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AMERICAN GENEALOGIST, 



CATALOGUE OF FAMILY HISTORIES. 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY OR 

A LIST OF THE TITLE PAGES OF BOOKS AND 

PAMPHLETS ON FAMILY HISTORY, 

PUBLISHED IN AMERICA, 

FROM 1771 TO DATE. 



FIFTH EDITION. 

PREPARED BY THE PUBLISHERS. 

[former editions were edited by WILLIAM H, WHITMORE 
IN 1862, 1868 AND 1875.] 



ALBANY, N. Y. : 
JOEL MUNSELL'S SONS, PUBLISHERS. 
1900. 
Republished by Gale Research Company, Book Tower, Detroit, 1975 



Copyrighted, 1900, 

BY 

JOEL MUNSELL'S SONS. 



Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data 

Main entry under title: 

The American genealogist, being a catalogue of family 
histories. 

Reprint of the 5th ed., 1900, prepared and pubUshed 
by Joel Munsell's Sons, Albany, N. Y. 

1. United States-Genealogy-Bibliography. 
I. Munsell, firm, publishers. 

[Z5313.U5A7 1975] 016.929'2'0973 74-34247 
ISBN 0-8103-4151-4 



HAROLD B. LEE l^B^ARY 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNWiiRSlTY 

PROVO, UTAH 



PREFACE, 



The first edition of this work was issued in 1862, the 
second in 1886, the third in 1875, the fourth in 1897. 

The plan of the work is to give the title page of each 
book published on the genealogy of an American family, 
and the number of pages, together with other information. 

This edition is arranged alphabetically, and where there 
is more than one book on the same family name, they are 
arranged chronologically. 

The foot-notes of former editions have been omitted, 
and in their place we have embodied in the title page of each 
book, in brackets, such matter as seemed necessary to make 
the title of the book give an idea of the contents ; generally 
the name of the American founder of the family and the 
place and date of his settlement here. 

Many genealogies are published with title pages which 
give no idea whatever of the subject of the book. 

No other important bibliography of genealogy has ever 
been published in America. 

While our present work is designed to embrace only 
monographs of American families, yet we have included a 
few works relating to foreign families, where there has 
been a slight reference to American families, and we have 
also included a few biographical and genealogical works 

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which were not strictly genealogies of American families. 
Such information is not within the scope of this work, nor 
is it designed to refer to town histories, biographies, peri- 
odicals and collective works, as all such are more appro- 
priately found in our "Index to American Genealogies." 
Notification of any errors or omissions in this work will 
be most thankfully received. 



GENEALOGIES. 



A genealogical register of the descendants of George 
ABBOT of Andover; George Abbot of Rowley; Thomas 
Abbot of Andover; Arthur Abbot of Ipswich; Robert 
Abbot of Branford, Conn. ; and George Abbot of Nor- 
walk, Conn. Compiled by Rev. Abiel Abbot, D.D., 
and Rev. Ephraim Abbot. Boston; James Munroe & 
Co., 1847. 8vo, 197 pages. 

The ABEEL and allied families, [descendants of Christo- 
pher Janse Abeel of Albany, N. Y., 1647,] compiled by 
Henry Whittemore. New York, 1899. 8vo, 24 pages, 
portraits, edition 100 copies. 

Genealogy of the ADAM family [descendants of John who 
came from Scotland in 1737 and settled in Taunton, 
Mass.]. By William Adam of Canaan, Litchfield co., 
Conn. Albany, N. Y. : printed by Joel Munsell, 1848. 
8vo, 16 pages. 

Genealogy of the ADAMS family of Kingston, Mass. [de- 
scendants of Richard of Boston, 1688, through his son 
Francis of Kingston]. Collected and compiled by 
George Adams of Boston. Boston: published by the 
descendants of Francis Adams, printed by David Clapp, 
1 86 1. 8vo, 64 pages. 

One branch of the family of ADAMS. By William S. 
Appleton, A. B., of Boston. [Albany, N. Y. : reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, by Joel 

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Munsell], 1864. 8vo, i page, superseded by the 1881 
work. 

Genealogy of John ADAMS [of Wrentham now FrankUn, 
Mass., 1 71 3] and his descendants. With notes and 
incidents. Frankhn, Mass. : compiled and published by 
Gardner Adams, [printed by Rand, Avery & Co.,] 1874. 
8vo, 139 pages. 

History of the Thomas ADAMS and Thomas Hastings 
families of Amherst, Mass. By Herbert Baxter Adams. 
* * * Amherst, Mass. : privately printed, [press of 
C. S. Bangs & Co.,] 1880. i2mo, 66 pages, superseded 
by the 1898 w^ork. 

Some descendants of William ADAMS of Ipswich, Mass. 
By William S. Appleton. Boston : David Clapp & Son, 
1 88 1. 8vo, 8 pages, with hektograph. 

History of ADAMS family, with biographical sketches 
of distinguished descendants of the several American 
ancestors, including collateral branches. Compiled by 
Henry Whittemore. New York: Willis McDonald & 
Co., publishers, 1893. 8vo, 84 pages, portraits, arms, 
index. 

Rev. WilHam ADAMS of Madison Square Church, New 
York City, with his Adams and Bradford lines of de- 
scent. By Emily Wilder Leavitt. [Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register], 1894. 11 pages. 

The descendants of James and William ADAMS of Lon- 
donderry, now Derry, N. H. * * * Compiled by 
Andrew N. Adams of Fairhaven, Vt. * * * Rut- 
land: The Tuttle Co., printers, 1894. 8vo, 87 pages, 
plates. 

A history of the ADAMS and Evarts families [descend- 
ants of Stephen Olney Adams of Charlestown, Mass., 



1678, John Evarts of Guilford, Conn., 1631, John White 
of Hartford, Conn., 1636, and Nathaniel Merriman of 
Wallingford, Conn., 1670]. By J. M. Adams [of West 
Lebanon, N. Y.]. Chatham, N. Y. : The Courier Print- 
ing House, 1894. 8vo, 85 pages. 

Genealogy and history of a part of the Newbury ADAMS 
family, formerly of Devonshire, Eng., being the descend- 
ants of Robert Adams and wife Eleanor [of Newbury, 
Mass., 1640]. * * * By I. Smith Adams. * * * 
Calais, Me.: printed at the Advertiser Office, 1895. 
8vo, 61 pages. 

A genealogical history of Henry ADAMS of Braintree, 
Mass., and his descendants, also of John Adams of Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1632—1897. Compiled and edited by 
Andrew N. Adams. Rutland, Vt. : The Tuttle Co., print- 
ers, 1898. 8vo, 1238 pages, 22 engravings. 

ADAMS pedigree. [Descendants of Roger of Brookline, 
Mass., 1636.] By James A. Noyes. Boston: reprinted 
from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1899. 8vo, 7 
pages. 

ADDINGTON genealogy [reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register, 1850]. 5 pages. 

Genealogy of the AINSWORTH families in America 
[chiefly descendants of Edward Ainsworth of Wood- 
stock, Conn., 1702]. By Francis J. Parker. Boston, 
Mass. : printed for the compiler [by David Clapp & 
Son], 1894. 8vo, 212 pages, arms, indexes. 

Memorial of the descendants of the Hon. John ALDEN. 
By Ebenezer Alden, M. D. * * * Randolph, Mass. : 
printed by S. P. Brown for the family, 1867. 8vo, 184 
pages, of which 20 were added in 1869. 

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 



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ALDEN, in his 83d year. Introduction by Rev. F. 
Denison. Boston: 1889. 8vo, cloth, 429 pages. 

Family of ALDEN. 1620 to 1893. Chart 2x3 feet. 

A record of the descendants of John ALEXANDER, of 
Lanarkshire, Scotland, and his wife Margaret Glasson, 
who emigrated from co. Armagh, Ireland, to Chester 
CO., Penn., 1736. By Rev. John E. Alexander. Phila- 
delphia: printed by Alfred Martien, 1878. 8vo, 220 
pages. 

ALEXANDER family genealogy. [Descendants of James 
Alexander of New York, 1685.] By Miss Elizabeth 
Clarkson Jay. New York: reprinted from N. Y. Gen. 
and Biog. Record, 1881. 8vo, 76 pages. 

The ALEXANDERS of Maine. [Descendants of David 
Alexander of Topsham, Me., 17 19.] By De Alva Stan- 
wood Alexander. Buffalo, N. Y. : The Peter Paul Book 
Co., 1898. 8vo, 129 pages, 11 illustrations. 

A genealogical history of that branch of the ALGER 
family which springs from Thomas Alger of Taunton 
and Bridgewater, Mass. 1 665-- 1875. By Arthur M. 
Alger. Boston: press of David Clapp & Son, 1876. 
8vo, 60 pages. 

Memoir of Colonel John ALLAN, an officer of the revolu- 
tion, born in Edinburgh castle, Scotland, Jan. 3, 1746, 
died in Lubec, Maine, Feb. 7, 1805. With a genealogy. 
By George H. Allan of New York. Albany : Joel Mun- 
sell, 1867. 8vo, 32 pages. 

Family of Asa ALLCOTT [of Waterbury, Ct., 1776, and 
ancestry to Thomas AUcott of Boston, 1630]. Compiled 
by Charles AUcott Flagg. Albany, N. Y. : 1899. 8vo, 
48 pages. 

Genealogy of ALLEN from 1568. [Descendants of 
George of Boston, 1648. By Wm. Allen of Norridge- 



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wock, Me.] Skowhegan, Me. : Boies & Spaulding, print- 
ers, 1868. 8vo, 14 pages. 

Genealogical sketches of the ALLEN family of Medfield. 
* * * By Joseph Allen of Northborough. Boston: 
Nichols and Noyes, 1869. i2mo, 88 pages, superseded 
by the 1896 work of 80 pages. 

Genealogy of the ALLEN and Witter families; among 
the early settlers of this continent and their descendants. 
By Asa W. Allen. Salem, O. : printed by Luther W. 
Smith, 1872. i2mo, 251 pages. Relates to the descend- 
ants of Samuel Allen of Braintree, Mass., 1632. 

A genealogy of Samuel ALLEN of Windsor, Conn., and 
some of his descendants. By Willard S. Allen. * * * 
Boston: privately printed, 1876. 8vo, 76 pages, index. 

A genealogy of the ALLEN family from 1568 to 1882. 
[Descendants of George Allen, an early settler of Sand- 
wich, Mass.] Compiled by Hon. William Allen. Re- 
vised by Joshua Allen. Farmington, Me. : Chronicle 
Press, 1882. 8vo, 35 pages, index. 

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. 8vo, 33 pages, 2 indexes. 

An account of a part of the sufferings and losses of Jolley 
ALLEN a native of London [who settled in Boston in 
1754-5]. With a preface and notes [and a brief gene- 
^iogy]- By Mrs. Frances Mary Stoddard. Boston, 
Mass.: Franklin Press: Rand, Avery & Co., 1883. 8vo, 
52 pages, of which pages 42-9 contain genealogy. 

Family and descendants of Stephen ALLEN [of New Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1785]. By S. A. Brownell. New Bedford, 
Mass.: Mercury Printing Co., 1887. 8vo, 21 pages. 



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Genealogy of the ALLEN family of Manchester, Mass., 
from the earliest settlement to the year 1886. [Being 
the descendants of William of Salem and Manchester, 
1640.] By John Price. (From the Historical Collections 
of the Essex Institute.) Salem, Mass.: printed at the 
Salem Press, 1888. 8vo, 47 pages. 

A supplement to the ALLEN family [of Manchester, 
Mass.]. Relating especially to the Beverly, Mass. lines. 

* * * Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press, 1891. 8vo, 
24 pages. 

Genealogical history of the ALLEN family [descendants 
of Capt. Nathaniel of Boston about 1750] and of some 
of their connections. By Mrs. Frances M. Stoddard. 
Boston: privately printed, 1891. 8vo, 135 pages, edition 
150 copies. 

Genealogical and historical sketches of the ALLEN family 
of Dedham and Medfield, Mass. 1637- 1890. By 
Frank Allen Hutchinson. Lowell, Mass. : 1896. 8vo, 
80 pages, edition 100 copies, privately printed. 

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, Mass. : David 
Clapp & Son, printers, 1896. 8vo, 66 pages, indexed. 

John ALLEN and Phoebe Deuel of Cambridge and Peru, 
N. Y. [1772. Their children and grandchildren]. 

* * * By Chas. J. North. Buffalo, N. Y. : 1897. 
8vo, II pages. 

Phinehas ALLEN'S descendants. Benjamin Jr., Benj., 
John, Walter, of Lincoln, Mass., 1745, and a complete 
genealogy of the descendants of Benjamin Allen of Ash- 
by, Mass., 1777. By George Henry Allen. Boston, 
Mass. : Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 1898. 8vo, 27 
pages, 7 portraits. 



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A record of the ALLEN family from the first settlement 
in Pennsylvania. * * * [Samuel of Chester, Pa., 
1681. By W. N. Allen. Phila., Pa., 1899]. 8vo, 12 
pages. 

A history of the ALLERTON family, 1585-1885, and a 
genealogy of the descendants of Isaac Allerton [one of 
the Mayflower pilgrims] . By Walter S. Allerton. New- 
York: published by the author, 1888. 8vo, 166 pages, 
a second edition was issued in 1900 of 149 pages, by S. 
W. Allerton. 

The ALLERTONS of New England and Virginia. By 
Isaac J. Greenwood, A. M., of New York City. [Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register 
for July, 1890]. 8vo, 7 pages. 

A history and genealogical record of the ALLING-Allens 
of New Haven, Conn., the descendants of Roger Ailing, 
first, and John Ailing, senior, from 1639 to the present 
time. Compiled by George P. Allen. New Haven, 
Conn. : press of The Price, Lee & Adkins Co., 1899. 8vo, 
317 pages, 10 portraits, indexes. 

The history of the Alison or ALLISON family in Europe 
and America. * * * [Descendants of Samuel of 
Londonderry, N. H., 171 8, etc.] By Leonard Allison 
Morrison. Boston, Mass. : published by Damrell & Up- 
ham, 1893. 8vo, xvi. and 312 pages. 

ALLYN. [Descendants of Matthew Allyn early of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. By the late Charles C. Baldwin of Cleve- 
land, Ohio, 1896.] 8vo, 20 pages. 

Historic families of America. William ALMY of Ports- 
mouth, R. I., 1630. Joris Janssen De Rapalje of Fort 
Orange, Albany, New Amsterdam and Brooklyn, 1623. 
Published by Charles Kingsbury Miller. Chicage: 1897. 



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8vo, 136 pages, of which pages 91 to 132 relate to the 
Rapalje or Rapelye family. 

Descendants of Jaquelin AMBLER (of Virginia) with 
letters from his daughter Mrs. Col. 3d. Carrington, and 
extracts from his funeral sermon delivered by Rev. John 
Buchanan. By George D. Fisher. Richmond, Va. : 1890. 
Svo, 23 pages. 

AMES. [Chart of descendants of William Ames. Com- 
piled by Ellis Ames of Canton, Mass., and gratuitously 
distributed by Messrs. Oliver Ames & Sons. Easton, 
Mass. : July, 185 1.] 2x4 feet. 

The Samuel AMES family; a genealogical memoir of the 
descendants of Samuel Ames of Canterbury, N. H., six 
generations, 1 723-1 891. By John Kimball. Concord, 
N. H. : printed by the Republican Press Association, 
1890. 8vo, 55 pages. 

A bit of AMES genealogy. [Being the descent of the 
author.] Compiled by Fisher Ames, 1898. i6mo, 15 
pages. 

Genealogical, memorial and family record of the AMMI- 
DOWN family [descendants of Roger who settled in 
New England in 1637], and a partial record of some 
other families of Southbridge, Mass. By Holmes Am- 
midown. New York. Published for the author [Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer], 1877. 8vo, 54 pages, 
portarit of author, index. 

AMMONET genealogy. Reprinted from Southern His- 
tory Association Publications. 

AMORY. Amory. Amistad. [By T. C. Amory.] Bos- 
ton: printed by Button & Wentworth, 1856. 8vo, 30 
pages, edition, 2.^ copies. 



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AN ABLE family record. [One line of the descendants 
of Anthony Annable of Barnstable, Mass., 1639, who 
came from England in 1623.] Compiled from records 
of Plymouth and Barnstable, Mass., and East Haddam, 
Conn. [By Henry Sheldon Anable.] Long Island City, 
N. Y. : printed by the Long Island Weekly Star, 1879. 
8vo, 20 pages. 

ANDERSON family history. Containing a brief account 
of the families of Anderson, Davies and Wersler [of 
Chester co.. Pa., 1707]. By JuHus A. Lloyd. Dixon, 
111. : 1880. i2mo, 80 pages. 

Genealogical register. By Jas. P. ANDREWS, M. D., 
Colerain P. O., Lancaster co., Pa. 1867. 8 pages. 

Genealogical history of John and Mary ANDREWS, who 
settled in Farmington, Conn., 1640; embracing their 
descendants to 1872; with an introduction of miscel- 
laneous names of Andrews, with their progenitors as 
far as known. By Alfred Andrews. * * * Printed 
by Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Hartford, Conn. : 1872. 
8vo, 652 pages. 

Genealogy of the ANDREWS of Taunton and Stoughton, 
Mass., descendants of John and Hannah Andrews of 
Boston, Mass., 1656 to 1886. Compiled by Lieut. 
George Andrews, U. S. Army. Rochester, N. Y. : E. 
R. Andrews, printer, 1887. 8vo, 86 pages, plate, in- 
dexes. 

History of the ANDREWS family. A genealogy of Rob- 
ert Andrews [of Ipswich, Mass.] and his descendants, 
1635 to 1890. * * * By H. F. Andrews. Audu- 
bon, Iowa: W. E. Brinkerhoff, printer, 1890, 8vo, 234 
pages. 

Genealogy of the ANDREWS family and alliances [de- 
scendants of John, who settled in Maryland about 1654] 



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with biographical sketches. Compiled bj Robert An- 
drews. [East Orange, N. J.: F. Howard Press], 1893. 
i6mo, 42 pages, coat of arms, privately printed. 

Henry ANDREWS of Taunton. By J. H. Drummond 
of Portland, Me. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register. Boston: 1897. 8vo, 9 pages. 

Henry ANDREWS of Taunton and the Calves Pasture. 
By Almon D. Hodges, Jr. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg. Boston, Mass. : printed by 
David Clapp & Son, 1898. 8vo, 8 pages, (paged 16 to 
23). 

Genealogy of the descendants of Thomas ANGELL, who 
settled in Providence, 1636. * * * gy Avery F. 
Angell. Providence: A. Crawford Greene, printer, 1872. 
8vo, 209 pages. 

Centennial celebration of the ANNIN family at the old 
stone house in Somerset co., N. J., Aug. 15, 1866. 
Printed for private circulation for Ferdinand G. Dreer, 
Phila. : 1866. 8vo, 17 pages. 

Narrative of the settlement of George Christian AN- 
THON in America [1757], and of the removal of the 
family from Detroit and its establishment in New York 
City. By Charles Edward Anthon, one of his grand- 
children. New York: Bradstreet Press, 1872. 8vo, 22 
pages, small edition. 

Edward ANTILL [of New York and New Jersey, 1681] 
and his descendants. By William Nelson. Paterson, 
N. J. : The Press Co., 1899. ^^o, 36 pages. 

Memorial of Samuel APPLETON of Ipswich, Mass. : with 
genealogical notices of some of his descendants. Com- 
piled by Isaac Appleton Jewett. Cambridge : printed by 
Bolles & Houghton, 1850. 8vo, 183 pages. 



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Pedigree of APPLETON [from Samuel of Ipswich]. By 
John Appleton, M. D., 1864. Chart 22x29 inches; su- 
perseded by next title. 

Monumental memorials of the APPLETON family. [By 
Dr. John Appleton]. Boston: privately printed, 1867. 
4to, 30 pages, edition 150 copies. 

A rough sketch of the APPLETON genealogy. By W. 
S. Appleton. Printed for correction and enlargement. 
Boston: press of T. R. Marvin & Son, 1873. ^^o, 42 
pages, edition 50 copies, superseded by the next title. 

A genealogy of the APPLETON family. [Descendants of 
Samuel of Ipswich, Mass., 1635.] By W. S. Appleton. 
* * * Boston: press of T. R. Marvin & Son, 1874. 
8vo, 54 pages. 

The family of ARMISTEAD of Virginia [from William 
of Hampton, Va., 1638]. Printed for W. S. Appleton. 
Boston, Mass. : 1899. 8vo, 23 pages. 

A genealogical record of the ARMS family in this country, 
embracing all the known descendants of William first 
[who settled at Hatfield, Mass., 1677], who have re- 
tained the family name, and the first generation of the 
descendants of other names. By Edward W. Arms. 
Troy, N. Y. : published by the author, 1877. 8vo, 57 
pages. 

The ARMSTRONG family of Windham, N. H. [descend- 
ants of Robert, 1722]. By Leonard A. Morrison. [Re- 
printed from the History of Windham.] Published 
1883. 8vo, 19 pages, portrait. 

ARMSTRONG: A genealogical record of the descend- 
ants of Nathan Armstrong, an early settler of Warren 
CO., N. J. By William Clinton Armstrong, A. M. 



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With sketches of family history. 1895. 8vo, 20 !► pages, 
small edition. 

The ARNOLD genealogical tree. [Descendants of the 
two early emigrants to Rhode Island. By George C. 
Arnold. New York: 1877]. Chart 22x28 inches, re- 
printed at Prov., 1896. 

Genealogy of the family of ARNOLD in Europe and 
America. * * * By John Ward Dean, Henry T. 
Drowne and Edwin Hubbard. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1880. 8vo, 16 pages, 
portrait, includes family of Benedict Arnold. 

The ASHLEY genealogy. A history of the descendants 
of Robert Ashley of Springfield, Mass. [1638. By 
Francis Bacon Trowbridge. * * * ;N^ew Haven, 
Conn. : printed for the author [by Tuttle, Morehouse 
& Taylor] 1896. 8vo, 472 pages, 22 portraits and 
views. 

Joseph ATKINS [of Sandwich, Mass., 1738, and his de- 
scendants]. The story of a family. By Francis Hig- 
ginson Atkins. [Las Vegas, N. M.] Dudley Atkins, 
printer, 1891. 8vo, 154 pages, 8 additional pages were 
added the next year. 

The ATKINSONS of New Jersey, from the records of 
Frineds meetings and from offices of record in the state. 
[By J. B. Atkinson]. Earlington [Ky. Bee print] : 
1890. 8vo, 40 pages, 2 plates. 

Genealogical record of the ATLEE family. The descend- 
ants of Judge William Augustus Atlee and Col. Sam- 
uel John Atlee of Lancaster co., Pa. By Edwin Atlee 
Barber, A. M. Philadelphia, Pa. : press of William F. 
Fell & Co., 1884. i2mo, 130 pages, portraits. 

A genealogical register of the descendants in the male 
line of David AT WATER, one of the original planters 



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of New Haven, Conn., to the fifth generation. [Bj E. 
E. Atwater.] New Haven: printed by J. H. Benham, 
1 85 1. 8vo, 30 pages, superseded by next title. 

A genealogical register of the descendants in the male 
line of David ATWATER, one of the original planters 
of New Haven, Conn., to the sixth generation. [By 
Edward E. Atwater.] New Haven: printed by Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor, 1873. 8vo, 64 pages, index of 
given names. 

The genealogy of the ATWELL family, formerly of New 
London, Conn, [descendants of Benjamin of New Lon- 
don, 1663]. Prepared by Charles Beach At well. Evans- 
ton, 111. : 1896. 8vo, 10 pages. 

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. Boston : George F. Ware, printer, 
1888. 8vo, 42 pages, edition 100 copies, illustrated. 

Ancestry. AUSTIN— Whitaker, 188 1. Providence, R. L : 
J. O. Austin. Chart 27x41 inches. Lithographed by the 
Am. Photo. Litho. Co. of New York. Superseded by his 
later works. 

The ancestral dictionary [being the ancestry of the author 
in all lines, mostly in Rhode Island]. Edited by John 
Osborne AUSTIN. Printed by E. L. Freeman & Son. 
Central Falls, R. I. : 1891. 8vo, 74 pages, portrait. 

One hundred and sixty allied families [to the AUSTIN 
family] . By John Osborne Austin. Salem, Mass. : 
Salem Press, 1893. 4to, 321 pages. 

The AVERYS of Groton. By Elroy M. Avery, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, 1888.] 8vo, 8 pages. 



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The Groton AVERYS. Christopher and James, the found- 
ers of the family. By Elroy M. Avery. [Privately 
printed] 1893. 8vo, 20 pages. 

Genealogical record of the Dedham branch of the AVERY 
family in America. [Descendants of Wm. of Dedham, 
1650.] Compiled by Jane G. (Avery) Carter and Susie 
P. Holmes. Plymouth, Mass. : published by Winslow 
W. Avery, 1893. 8vo, 366 pages, portraits, views. 

The AVERYS of Groton. Genealogical and biographical. 
By Homer De Lois Sweet. Syracuse, N. Y. : Rice- 
Taylor Printing Co., 1894. 8vo, 698 pages. 

Capt. John AVERY, president judge at the Whorekill in 
Delaware Bay [1665] ^^^ his descendants, by Edwin 
Jaquett Sellers. Philadelphia, [press of J. B. Lippincott 
Co.] 1898. 8vo, 55 pages, edition 200 copies. 

AVERY notes and queries. A quarterly magazine, devoted 
to the history of the Groton Averys. [Published by 
Elroy M. Avery, Cleveland, Ohio: 1898]. 8vo, 104 
pages. 

Register of the AYLSWORTH family [of North Kings- 
ton, R. I., about 1725]. By Sylvester Aylsworth. 
Utica, N. Y. : Bennet, Backus & Hawley, 1840. 8vo, 12 
pages. 

Arthur AYLSWORTH [of North Kingston, R. L 1679] 
and his descendants in America, with notes historical 
and genealogical relating to the family, from early Eng- 
lish records. By Homer Elhanan Aylsworth, M. D., 
Roseville, 111. Edited by James N. Arnold. Printed 
for the family, edition 250 copies. Providence, R. I. : 
Narragansett Historical Publishing Co., 1887. 8vo, 496 
pages. 

A record of the descendants of Captain John AYRES of 
Brookfield, Mass. [1672]. By William Henry Whit- 



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more. Boston: printed by T. R. Marvin & Son, 1870. 
8vo, 55 pages. 

The BABCOCK family. [By Sidney Babcock of New 
Haven, Conn. Albany, N. Y. : printed by Munsell & 
Rowland, 1861, but dated 1844.] 8vo, 4 pages. 

The family of Badcock [or BABCOCK] of Massachusetts. 
By W. S. Appleton. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1881. 
8vo, II pages. 

A genealogical memoir of the BACKUS family. * * * 
[Descendants of William of Saybrook, Ct., 1637.] 
By William W. Backus. Norwich, Conn. : press of the 
Bulletin Co., 1889. 8vo, 376 pages, illustrated. 

A table * * * ^f j^bez BACON, late of Woodbury, 
deceased, and of his descendants bearing the name of 
Bacon. Also of his ancestors. * * * Compiled by 
Nathaniel A. Bacon. * * * New^ Haven: printed 
by Hitchcock & Stafford, 1845. Quarto, 41 pages. 

The BAGG pedigree. [Descendants of John Bagg of 
Springfield, Mass., 1660. By Lyman H. Bagg. Re- 
printed from West Springfield, Mass., Centennial, 1874.] 
8vo, 6 pages. 

BAGG ancestry and Atwater ancestry. Printed for pri- 
vate circulation by Karl Kron [Lyman Hotchkiss 
Bagg]. New York City: 1895. 8vo, 4 pages, edition 
400 copies. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Richard BAILEY, an 
early settler of Rowley, Mass., including the posterity 
of most of the females, and the ancestral lines of many 
of their husbands. By Alfred Poor. Salem, Mass.: 
1858. 4to, 90 pages, reprinted from " Researches of 
Merrimack Valley." 



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A sketch of one branch of the BAILEY family [of Han- 
over, Mass.] By Anna M. Bailey. Lynn, Mass.: 1891. 
8vo, 26 pages. 

Ancestry of Joseph Trowbridge BAILEY of Philadelphia 
and Catherine Goddard Weaver of Newport, R. I. By 
Joseph Trowbridge Bailey. Printed privately. Phila- 
delphia : [printed by De Vinne], 1892. 4to, 54 pages. 
Descent is traced to John Bailey of Jamaica, L. I., before 
1697. 

Account of the second annual gathering of the BAILEY 
— Bay ley family association, held at Andover, Mass., 
Aug. 16, 1894. Bradford, Mass. : Levi C. McKinstry, 
printer, 1894. 8vo, 23 pages. The account of the fourth 
annual gathering was printed in 1897, 34 pages, and 
the fifth in 1898, 32 pages. 

Records of the BAILEY family, descendants of William 
Bailey of Newport, R. I., [1655] chiefly in the line of 
his son, Hugh Bailey of East Greenwich, R. I. Com- 
piled by a descendant. [Hannah C. Bailey Hopkins.] 
Providence, R. I.: [Standard Printing Co.] 1895. 8vo, 
206 pages, 24 plates, edition 100 copies. 

BAILEY genealogy. James, John and Thomas [of Row- 
ley, Salisbury and Weymouth, Mass.] and their descend- 
ants. In three parts. Edited by Hollis R. Bailey. Som- 
erville, Mass. : The Citizen Co., 1899. 8vo, 479 pages, 
index. 

A history and genealogy of the family of BAILLIE of 
Dunain, Dochfour and Lamington. * * >s« [Family 
of Kenneth of Georgia, 1735.] By Joseph G. Bulloch, 
M. D. [Green Bay, Wis.: The Gazette Print,] i8q8. 
i2mo. III pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Edward BAKER of 
Lynn, Mass., 1630. Prepared and published by Nelson 



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M. Baker of Lafayette, N. Y. Syracuse : printed at the 
Journal Office, 1867. 8vo, 99 pages, and folded chart. 

Ancestry of Priscilla BAKER, who lived 1 674-1 731, and 
was wife of Isaac Appleton of Ipswich. By William S. 
Appleton. Cambridge: press of John Wilson & Son, 
1870. 8vo, 143 pages. 

A genealogy of the family of Deacon Smith BAKER of 
Litchfield, Maine, [born 1791, and his descent from 
Francis Baker of Yarmouth, Mass., 1635]. Compiled 
by Smith Baker, Lowell, Mass. : Stone, Huse & Co., 
printers, 1874. i2mo, 18 pages, also 2 pages added in 
1897. 

Genealogy of Richard BAKER, born in England; died in 
Dorchester, Mass., October 25, 1689. Compiled by 
Edmund J. Baker. * * * Boston : D. Clapp & Son, 
printers, 1889. 8vo, 40 pages. 

Short notes on the BAKER family [descendants of John 
Baker of King Philip's War] and also related families. 
* * * By Geo. Comstock Baker, LL. M. Corn- 
stock, N. Y. : privately printed, 1896. 8vo, 12 page;-, 
gives one line only, being the ancestry of the author. 

The family book of BAKEWELL, Page, Campbell, being 
some account of the descendants of John Bakewell of 
Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England, born in 1638 
[whose great grandson Wm. settled in New Haven, 
Ct., 1798]. Benjamin Page, born in 1765 at Norwich, 
England, [who settled in Pittsburg, Pa., 1814]. Wil- 
liam Campbell, born July i, 1766, at Mauchline, Ayr- 
shire, Scotland, [who settled in Baltimore, Md., 1795]. 
John Harding of Leicester. Compiled by B. G. Bake- 
well. Pittsburg, Pa. : Wm. G. Johnston & Co., printers^. 
1896. Large 8vo, 99 pages, indexed, portraits, plates. 



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BALCH leaflets, Vol. I, No. i, July, 1895. By G. B. 
Balch. Published by Eben Putnam, Salem, Mass. 8vo, 
8 pages, discontinued. 

Genealogy of the BALCH families in America. By G. B. 
Balch, Salem, Mass., 1897. 8vo, 585 pages. 

Genealogy of the Balkcom or BALCOM family, of Attle- 
boro, Mass. [Descendants of Alexander of Providence, 
R. L, 1686.] Copied from town and county records, 
etc. [By David Jillson] 1882. 8vo, 12 pages. 

Nathaniel BALDWIN [of Milford, Conn., 1639I and one 
line of his descendants. By Byron A. Baldwin, of Chi- 
cago, 111. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register for April, 1871. Boston: printed by David 
Clapp & Son, 1 87 1. 8vo, 7 pages. 

Notes on the Ancestry of Sylvester BALDWIN [father 
of John, of Stonington, Conn.]. By Charles C. Bald- 
win. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register for July, 1872. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 
1872. 8vo, 15 pages. 

A record of the descendants of John BALDWIN, of Ston- 
ington, Conn. ; with notices of the other Baldwins who 
settled in America in early colony times. Prepared by 
John D. Baldwin, of Worcester, Mass. Worcester, 
Mass. : printed by Tyler & Seagrave, 1880. 8vo, 68 
pages, index. 

The BALDWIN genealogy, from 1500 to 188 1. By 
Charles Candee Baldwin, M. A. * * * Cleveland, 
Ohio: 1 88 1. 8vo, 974 pages, portraits, index. 

The BALDWIN genealogy supplement. By C. C. Bald- 
win. * * * Cleveland, Ohio: 1889. 8vo, 395 pages, 
portraits. 



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Pedigree of the family of BALL, of ^Richmond, Va. [de- 
scendants of Wm. Ball, born in 1687]. Philadelphia, 
Pa. : 1853. Chart. 

Edward BALL [of Block Island, R. L, 1678] and some of 
his descendants. Compiled by Nicholas Ball. [New- 
port, R. L : Mercury Print, 1891.] 8vo, 15 pages. 

An elaborate history and genealogy of the BALLOUS in 
America. Carefully compiled and edited by Adin Bal- 
lon. With numerous artistic illustrations. Ariel Bal- 
lon, M. D., and Latimer W. Ballon, LL. D., proprietary 
publishers, [Woonsocket, R. L Providence, R. L : press 
of E. L. Freeman & Son,] 1888. 8vo, xiv and 1323 
pages, 18 portraits. 

Record of the race of the BALYARDS in Europe, their 
origin and further development in America, from A. D. 
500 to A. D. 1873. * * * By L. B. Balliet, M. D. 
AUentown, Pa. : 1873. 8vo, 28 pages, edition 100. 

History and genealogy of the BANGS family in America, 
with genealogical tables and notes. By Dean Dudley. 
Tracing the descendants * * * of Edward Bangs, 
of Plymouth and Eastman. * * * Wakefield, 
Mass. : A. W. Brownell, printer, 1896. 8vo, 360 pages, 
portraits, etc. 

The BANKS family of Maine. By Charles-Edward 
Banks, M. D. * * * [Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for July, 1890.] 8vo, 8 
pages. 

A Frisian family. The BANTA genealogy. Descendants 
of Epke Jacobse, who came from Friesland, Nether- 
lands, to New Amsterdam, 1659. By Theodore M. 
Banta. New York: 1893. 8vo, 425 pages, (paged xiii. 
and 412), 7 illustrations, indexes. 

Genealogy of the BARBER family, the descendants of 
Robert Barber, of Lancaster co.. Pa. [1699]. By Edwin 



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Atlee Barber, A. M. * * * Philadelphia: press of 
Wm. F. Fell & Co., 1890. 8vo, 166 pages, illustrated, 
edition 250 copies. 

Genealogy of the BARBER [and] Eno family, of Homer, 
N. Y. [Who descended from Lieut. Thomas Barber, of 
Windsor, Ct., 1637. By George R. Howe.] Newark, 
N. J.: [L. J. Hardham, printer,] 1893. 8vo, 40 pages, 
edition 75 copies. 

Genealogy of George H. BARBOUR, 1635— 1897. By 
F. Carlisle. Detroit: [1898]. i2mo, 70 pages. 

A memorial of Josiah BARKER, of Charlestown, Mass. 
[Fifth in descent from Robert, of Duxbury.] By Harry 
Herbert Edes. * * * Boston : privately printed, 
1 87 1. 8vo, 25 pages, of which 9 are genealogical. 

The BARKER genealogy: * >;= * [descendants of 
Ephraim of Pomfret, Ct., 1752]. Compiled by James 
B. Parshall. [Middletown, N. Y. : 1897]. 8vo, 36 
pages. 

BARKER pedigree. [One line of descendants of Robert 
Barker of Plymouth, Mass. By James Atkins Noyes, 
Ph. B., A. M. Boston, Mass. : David Clapp & Son, re- 
printed from the New. Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1899. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogy of part of the BARKSDALE family of Amer- 
ica [descendants of Collier Barksdale of Virginia about 
1750] by Sarah Donelson Hubert. Atlanta, Ga. : Frank- 
lin Printing Co., 1895. 8vo, 46 pages: 

Family genealogy, comprising the ancestry and descend- 
ants of Jonathan BARLOW, of Delaw^ire co., N. Y. 
[and connected families]. * * >k Compiled and 
edited by George Barlow, Brooklyn, N. Y. : [1891]. 
8vo, 508 pages, 34 portraits, views, map, etc. 



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The BARNABY or Barnebv family. By Gen. Ebenezer 
W. Peirce, of Freetown. [From the Hist, and Gen. Reg- 
ister.] Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer, 1S64. 
8vo, 3 pages. 

BARNARD. Robert Barnard of Andover, Mass., and his 
descendants. Compiled for Robert M. Barnard. Everett, 
Mass., 1899. Svo, 40 pages, indexes, edition 75 copies. 

BARNUM Genealogy by Phineas T. Barnum. Bridgeport. 
Reprint from History of Stratford. 

Genealogical chart. BARNWELL of South Carolina. 
[Six generations of descendants of John who came from 
Dublin, 1701]. Compiled by Barnwell Rhett Hey ward, 
A. B., LL. B. Albany, N. Y. : 1898. Chart, 32x41 
inches. 

Thomas BARRETT of Braintree, William Barrett of Cam- 
bridge, and their early descendants. By Joseph Hart- 
well Barrett, A. M. Reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register, 1888. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogy of some of the descendants of Thomas BAR- 
RETT, Sen., of Braintree, Mass., 1635. Compiled by 
William Barrett. Saint Paul, Minn. : printed by D. 
Ramaley & Son, 1888. 8vo, 296 pages, portrait, index 
of given and surnames. 

Address of the Hon. Andrew J. BARTHOLOMEW, of 
Southbridge, Mass., 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. 8vo, 37 pages. 

Record of the BARTHOLOMEW family, historical, gen- 
ealogical and biographical. By George Wells Bartholo- 



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mew, Jr. Published by the author, Austin, Tex. : 1885. 
8vo, 16 and 753 pages, portraits. 

A collection of family records from BARTHOLOMEW, 
Botsford and Winston lines of genealogy, as the com- 
piler received her name from these families. [Tracing 
back to Jacob Bartholomew of Bristol, Ct., born 1737, 
John Winston of New Haven, Ct., 1647, ^^^ Theophilus 
Botsford, born 1758. By Mrs. J. Almeron Pond.] 
Hartford, Ct. : The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 
1899. i2mo, 60 pages. 

Genealogical and biographical sketches of the BARTLETT 
family in England and America. By Levi Bartlett of 
Warner, N. H. Lawrence: Geo. S. Merrill & Crocker, 
printers, 1876. 8vo, 114 pages. 

The BARTLETT S, ancestral, genealogical, biographical, 
historical, comprising an account of the American pro- 
genitors of the Bartlett family, with special reference to 
the descendants of John Bartlett of Weymouth and 
Cumberland. By Thomas Edward Bartlett. New 
Haven, Conn.: Stafford Printing Co., 1892. 8vo, 112 
pages. 

BARTOW genealogy. * * * By E. B. Baltimore: 
Innes & Co., printers, 1875. 8vo, 60 pages, superseded 
by the later work by same author. 

BARTOW genealogy. Part L Containing every one of 
name of Bartow descended from Doctor Thomas Bar- 
tow, who was living at Crediton in England, A. D. 1672. 
* * * Part n. Containing the descendants not bear- 
ing the name of Bartow. * * * By E. B. [Evelyn 
P. Bartow. Baltimore, Md. : Innes & Co., printers, 
1878.] 8vo, 218 pages. 

The BARTOW family in England. By Rev. E. P. Bar- 
tow, M. A. 1890. 8vo, 44 pages, 11 illustrations, not 



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American; an earlier pamphlet of lo pages was issued 
in 1886. 

Genealogical chart of the BARTRAM family. [Descend- 
ants of John, who came to Darby, Pa., in 1683.] Morgan 
Bunting, del. Darby^ Pa. : 1893. Chart, lithographed in 
family tree form, 20 x 37 inches. 

A genealogical record of Thomas BASCOM [of North- 
ampton, Mass.] and his descendants. By Edward 
Doubleday Harris. Boston: W. P. Lunt, printer, 1870. 
8vo, 79 pages, edition 200 copies. 

Ancestors of Moses Belcher BASS, born in Boston, 1735, 
also contains the ancestors of his two wives, Elizabeth 
Wimple and Margaret Sprague. [By Susan Augusta 
Smith, Boston: 1896.] 8vo, 14 pages. 

William BASSETT, who came from Lynn, Mass., in 1691, 
and settled near Salem, N. J., and his descendants. By 
B. F. Leeds. Philadelphia: 1886. Chart 18 x 24 inches. 

Report of the proceedings of the first reunion of the BAS- 
SETT Family, Association of America, held at Hills' 
homestead. West Haven, Conn., Sept. 9, 1897. New 
Haven, Conn., press of the Price, Lee & Adkins Co., 
1897. 8vo, 40 pages. 2d Reunion 1898, 23 pages. 
3d, 1899, 30 pages. 

BATCHELDER, Batcheller genealogy. Descendants of 
Rev. Stephen Bachiler, of England * * * ^j^q 
settled the town of New Hampton, N. H. and Joseph, 
Henry, Joshua and John Batcheller of Essex co., Mass. 
By Frederick Clifton Pierce. * * * Chicago, 111. : 
W. B. Conkey Co., 1898. 8vo, 623 pages, -]-] illus., 2 
indexes. 

A discourse at the funeral of Dea. Tyler BATCHELLER, 
at North Brookfield, Mass., Oct. 10, 1862 [with a brief 



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account of the descendants of Joseph B., of Wenham, 
Mass., 1636]. By Rev. Christopher Gushing. Boston: 
Wright & Porter, printers, 1864. 8vo, 32 pages. 

BATES and Fletcher genealogical register. [By Theo- 
dore C. Bates, Worcester, Mass.] 1892. 4to, 58 pages, 
index, edition 100 copies, privately printed. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Elder Edward BATES of 
Weymouth, Mass. [1633]. By Samuel A .Bates. South 
Braintree, Mass. : Frank A. Bates, publisher, 1900. 8vo, 
145 pages, indexes. 

BATTELLE genealogical record. [Descendants of 
Thomas of Dedham, Mass. 1648] Compiled by Lil- 
lian S. Battelle. Cincinnati, Ohio : press of Robert 
Clarke & Co., 1889. 8vo, 20 pages. 

Ancestry of Samuel BAVIS (maternal). [By Samuel 
Bavis.] Philadelphia, Pa. : 1880. 8vo, 4 pages. 

Memorial of the BAXTER family. From dates and min- 
utes collected by Joseph Nickerson Baxter * * * 
Boston: printed for the family, 1879. ^^o, 114 pages. 

Col. John Bayard (1738- 1807) and the BAYARD family 
of America. By Gen. James Grant Wilson. Reprinted 
from the New York Gen. and Biog. Record for April, 
1885. New York: Trow's Printing and Bookbinding 
Co., 1885. 8vo, 24 pages, portrait. 

John BEAL of Hingham ,and one line of his descendants. 
[By Dr. N. B. Shurtleff. Boston: Wright & Potter, 
printers, 1865.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

Proceedings of the John BEAN [of Exeter, N. H.] ( 1660) 
Association, at its annual reunions * * * Portland, 
Me. : 1896-9. 8vo, 152 pages, printed in 4 annual parts. 



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A sketch of William BEARDSLEY, one of the original 
settlers of Stratford, Conn., and a record of his descend- 
ants to the third generation; and of some who bear his 
name to the present time. By E. Edwards Beardsley, 
D. D. New Haven: Bassett & Barnett, 1867. 8vo, 32 
pages. 

[The BEARSS family. Descendants of Austin Bearss of 
Barnstable, Mass. 1638. By John B. Newcomb. 
Elgin, 111. : 1864.] 8vo, 2 pages, superseded by the next 
title. 

A contribution to the genealogy of the Bearse or BEARSS 
family in America: 1618-1871. Ancestry and descend- 
ants of Dea. John Bearss and his wife, Molly (Beardsley) 
Bearss, of New Fairfield, Conn., and Westmoreland, 
N. Y. By John Bearss Newcomb. Privately printed 
for the use of the family. Elgin, 111.: 1871. 8vo, 16 
pages. 

Family of BEATH. Compiled by Kate Graupner Stone, 
great-great-granddaughter of Walter Beath [who came 
to Boothbay, Maine, 1731. Portland Me.: 1898]. 8vo, 
20 pages. 

Record of the family of Charles BEATTY, who emigrated 
from Ireland to America in 1729. Steubenville, Ohio: 
1873. ^"^o, 120 pages, privately printed, edition 150 
copies. 

The BECKWITHS [descendants of George Beckwith, 
who came to Maryland, 1648]. By Paul Beckwith. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1891. 
8vo, 384 pages. 

Marvin BECKWITH [of Southington, Ct., 1752, a de- 
scendant of Matthew of Hartford, Ct., 1645] ^^^^ ^is 
wife Abigail Clark. Their colonial ancestors and their 



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descendants. [By A. C. Beckwith]. Elkhorn, Wis.: 
1899. 8vo, 88 pages. 

BECKWITH notes. No. 2. By A. C. Beckwith. 1899, 
8vo, 55 pages, edition 100 copies. 

The descendants of John BEDELL who Hved in the Pas- 
saic Valley, New Jersey. With an appendix. [By 
Edwin Bedell of Fairmont, N. Y. City. Privately 
printed. Limited edition.] 1885. 8vo, 22 pages. 

Some records of the BEEKMAN family. By James R. 
Gibson, Jr. [Reprinted from N. Y. Gen. Record for 
April, 1888.] 8vo, 12 pages. 

Record of the descendants of Andrew BELCHER. By 
V/. H. Whitmore. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1873. 
8vo, 8 pages. 

A history and genealogy of the families of BELLINGER 
and De Veaux, and other families [of South Carolina. 
By J. G. Bulloch, M. D.] Savannah, Ga. : The Morning 
News print, 1895. 8vo, 109 pages. 

Historical sketch of Col. Benjamin BELLOWS, founder of 
Walpole: An address, on occasion of the gathering of 
his descendants to the consecration of his monument, 
at Walpole, N. H., Oct. 11, 1854. By Henry W. Bel- 
lows. With an appendix, containing an account of the 
family meeting. New York: John A. Gray, printer, 
1855. 8vo, 125 pages, plates. 

Narratives, traditions and personal reminiscences con- 
nected with the early history of the BELLOWS family 
and of the village of Walpole, New Hampshire. By 
Mrs. Emily R. Barnes, the oldest surviving descendant 
of Col. Benjamin Bellows, the first settler of the town. 
Boston: Geo. H. Ellis, 1888. 8vo, 383 pages. 



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The BELLOWS genealogy, or John Bellows the boy emi- 
grant of 1635 and his descendants, comprising a full his- 
tory of Col. Benjamin Bellows, the founder of Walpole, 
N. H., and his descendants and a partial account of the 
families of Isaac, John and Eleazer Bellows of Marl- 
borough, Mass., and of Nathaniel Bellows of Groton, 
Conn. By Thomas Bellows Peck. Keene, N. H. : 
Sentinel Printing Co., 1898. 8vo, 657 pages, 64 plates, 
indexes. 

Jotham BEMUS of Bemus's Heights [N. Y., 1777 and his 
descendants. By D. H. Post, Jamestown, N. Y. : 1894. 
8vo, 7 pages. 

A genealogy of the BENEDICT family, taken from a 
manuscript kept by James Benedict, Esq., of Ridgefield. 
[1849.] 4 pages, folio. 

The genealogy of the BENEDICTS in America. 
[Descendants of Thomas of Southold, N. Y.] By 
Henry Marvin Benedict. * * * Albany, N. Y. : 
Joel Munsell, 1870. 8vo, 474 pages. 

A genealogy of the family of Lieut. Samuel BENJAMIN 
and Tabitha Livermore, his wife, early settlers of Liver- 
more, Maine [1778] with a record of their descent from 
John Benjamin and John Livermore, the emigrants 
* * * by Mary Louise Benjamin, 1900. 8vo. 

The BENNET family of Ipswich, Mass. By John M. 
Bradbury. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register. Boston: press of D. Clapp & Son, 1875. 
8vo, 8 pages, edition 50 copies. 

The BENNETT, Bently and Beers families. [Being the 

descendants of Edward Bennett of Weymouth, Mass., 

1736, William Bentley of Kingston, R. I., 1679, ^^id 

Anthony Beers of Watertown, Mass., 1649. ^7 S. B. 

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Bennett of Pittston, Pa., 1899.] 8vo, 50 pages, edition 
200 copies, for private distribution, portrats. 

The BENSON family of Newport, R. L Together with 
an appendix containing the Benson families in America, 
of English descent. [By W. P. Garrison.] Privately 
printed. New York: The Nation Press, 1872. 8vo, 65 
pages. 

The BENT family. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register], 1894. 8vo, 10 pages, superseded. 

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: printed by 
David Clapp & Son, 1900. 8vo, 313 pages, illustrations, 
mdexes. 

The BENTLEY family, with genealogical records of Ohio 
Bentleys, descended from Benjamin Bentley, an Ohio 
pioneer, and known as the Tribe of Benjamin. By Gen. 
Roeliff Brinkerhoff. [Mansfield, Ohio : 1897.] 8vo, 20 
pages. 

The BERGEN family : or the descendants of Hans Hansen 
Bergen, one of the early settlers of New York and 
Brooklyn, L. I. * * * By Teunis G. Bergen. 
New York: Bergen & Tripp, 1866. 8vo, 302 pages, 
superseded by the later edition. 

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 
* * * other Long Island families. By Teunis G. 
Bergen. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer, 1876. 
8vo, 658 pages, 2 indexes of given and surnames, arms, 
portraits, views. 



In memoriam. A biographical sketch of the Hfe of John 
WilHam BESSAC [of Greene, N. Y., 1809], with some 
account of his family. Prepared for private circulation 
by George Park, Esq., his son-in-law, and Benjamin L. 
Bessac, his grandson. Albion, N. Y. : press of Bruner 
Bro's, 1863. 22. pages. 

Records, genealogical charts and traditions of the families 
of BETHUNE and Faneuil. Collected from authentic 
documents. * * * By J. L. Weisse. New York: 
Henry Ludwig, printer, 1866. 4to, 54 pages. 

A history of the BETHUNE family. Translated from the 
French of Andre du Chesne, with additions from family 
records and other available sources. Together with a 
sketch of the Faneuil family [descended from Benjamin 
of New Rochelle, N. Y., about 1700], with whom the 
Bethunes have become connected in America. By Mrs. 
John A. Weiss. New York: Trow Printing Co., 1884. 
4to, 55 pages. 

Thomas BETTS (1618-1688) and his descendants. [By 
Frederic H. Betts. New York: 1888.] 8vo, 132 pages. 

Family of BEVERLEY of Beverley. [Descendants of 
Robert Beverley who came to Virginia about 1662. By 
John S. Wise. New York : R. G. Page, Jr., lithographer, 
1890.] Chart, 18x23 inches. 

Descendants of John BIBIGHAUS of Bedminster, Bucks 
CO., Pa. By Samuel H. Bibighaus. Philadelphia, Pa. : 
1888. 8vo, 44 pages. 

A memorial of a respectable and respected family, and es- 
pecially of Joshua BICKNELL, farmer, representative, 
senator, judge and eminent Christian citizen. [By Thos. 
W. Bicknell]. Boston, Mass.: New Eng. Pub. Co., 
printers, 1880. 8vo, 48 pages, including 16 pages with 
the following title : ^^ The Bicknells. Inscriptions on the 
tombstones in Barrington, R. I." 



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The BICKNELLS. Proceedings and addresses at the first 
family reunion, 1880. 8vo, 96 pages. 

The BICKNELLS. Proceedings and addresses at the 
second family reunion at Weymouth, Mass., Sept. 20 
and 21, 1882. By the publication committee for the 
family. Boston, Mass. : New Eng. Pub. Co., 1883. 
8vo, 56 pages. 

Col. Clement BIDDLE, with a genealogy of the Biddle 
family. Reprinted from Boogher's Repository. Phila- 
delphia: 1883. 4to, 16 pages. 

A sketch of Owen BIDDLE [of Philadelphia, born 1737, 
great grandson of William Biddle of West New Jersey, 
1681], together with a short account of the Parke fam- 
ily [of Philadelphia, 1726], together with a list of his 
descendants. By Henry D. Biddle. Philadelphia: 
privately printed, 1892. 8vo, 87 pages. 

Notes on the genealogy of the BIDDLE family [descend- 
ants of William, who came to West New Jersey, ii58i, 
and Thomas Biddle of Philadelphia, 1704], together 
with abstracts of some early deeds. By Henry D. Bid- 
dle. Privately printed. Philadelphia: W. S. Fortescue 
& Co., 1895. 8vo, 95 pages. 

Genealogy to the seventh generation of the BIDWELL 
family in America. [Descendants of Richard Bidwell, 
an early settler of Windsor, Conn., where he died, 1647.] 
By Edwin M. Bidwell. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's 
Sons, publishers, 1884. 8vo, 123 pages. 

Genealogy of one branch of the BIGELOW family [from 
John of Watertown, Mass., 1636.] By W. H. Bigelow. 
Brattleboro, Vt. : printed by Geo. E. Selleck. [1877.] 
8vo, 10 pages. 

Report of the BIGELOW family reunion at Lincoln Park 
(Worcester, Mass.), Thursday, June 2, 1887. By Gil- 



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man Bigelow Howe, secretary of the Bigelow Family 
Association. Buffalo: Bigelow Brothers, 1887. 8vo, 
46 pages. 

Genealogy of the BIGELOW family of America, from the 
marriage in 1642 of John Bigelo, of Watertown, Mass., 
and Mary Warren, to the year 1890. By Gilman Bige- 
low Howe. Worcester, Mass. : printed by Charles Ham- 
ilton, 1890. 8vo, 517 pages. 

Concerning some BIGELOWS in the Revolution. Com- 
piled by Samuel F. Bigelow. Newark, N. J. : printed for 
private circulation, 1897. 8vo, 15 pages. 

Notes on the family of BIGG, represented by the descend- 
ants of Hopestill Foster and John Stowe. By William 
H. Whitmore. Boston: D. Clapp & Son, 1875. 8vo, 
8 pages, reprint from Register. 

History of the BILL family. [Descendants of John of 
Boston 1638]. Edited by Ledyard Bill. New York: 
1867. 8vo, 368 pages, fully indexed. 

Genealogy of the BINGHAM family in the United States, 
especially of the State of Connecticut, including notes on 
the Binghams of Philadelphia and of Irish descent, with 
partial genealogies of allied families. Compiled by Theo- 
dore A. Bingham, M.A. Harrisburg, Pa. : Harrisburg 
Pub. Co., 1898. 8vo, 249 pages. 

Genealogy of the BINNEY family in the United States. 
[Descendants of John Binney, of Hull, Mass., 1678, and 
the various other branches in America. Also the Bin- 
neys of England and Australia, with surmises on the 
origin of the name. Collected by Charles J. F. Binney. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1886. 
8vo, 278 pages, numerous portraits, 3 indexes of given 
and surnames. 



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Genealogical sketch of the BIRD family, having its origin 
in Hartford, Conn. Hartford: Elihu Geer, 1855. ^4 
pages. 

The BIRD family. A genealogy of Thomas Bird, of 
Dorchester, Mass., and some of his descendants. Pre- 
pared for Matthews Bird, of New York, by William 
Blake Trask. ^ ^ ^ Boston : printed by David 
Clapp & Son, 1 87 1. 8vo, 40 pages. 

Printed for private distribution. Family records of some 
of the descendants of Thomas Besbedge (BISBEE) of 
Scituate, Mass., in 1634. Compiled by William B. Lap- 
ham, M.D. * * >i= Augusta, Me. : press of Homan 
& Badger, 1876. 8vo, 48 pages. 

Memoranda concerning the family of BISPHAM in Great 
Britain and the United States of America. [Kindred 
of Joseph of New Jersey about 1725.] Compiled and 
edited by William Bispham. Privately printed. New 
York: 1890. 8vo, 348 pages, edition 100 copies. 

BISSELL genealogy. Reprinted from Stiles' History of 
Windsor, Conn. Albany, Joel Munsell, printer, 1859. 
8vo, 16 pages, superseded by the later edition of History 
of Windsor. 

A memorial history of Peter BITSCHE [who came to 
America 1767 and settled in Somerset co., Pa.] and a 
complete family register of his lineal descendants. 
* * * by Samuel M. Peachey * * * Lancaster, 
Pa. : John Baer's Sons, printers, 1892. i6mo, 205 pages, 
indexed. 

The BLACKMANS, Darrows, Booses, Joneses, Col- 
lingses, Stearnses, Straws, Plumbs, Hydes. [Descend- 
ants of John Blackman of Dorchester, Mass., 1640.] 
By Henry Blackman Plumb. [Peely, Pa. :] 1894. Ob- 
long, 8vo, 22 pages. 



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The BLACKSTONE family : being sketches biographical 
and genealogical of William Blackstone [of Boston] and 
his descendants. [By L. M. Sargent.] Norwich, 
Conn. : Courier Office, 1857. 8vo, 43 pages. 

The history of the BLAIR, Banister and Braxton families 
before and after the Revolution, with a brief sketch of 
their descendants. By Frederick Horner, M. D., U. S. 
N. Philadelphia: 1898. 

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 containing wills, etc., of members of 
the family and other interesting matter. By Samuel 
Blake, ^ ^ ^ Boston: printed by David Clapp, 
1857. 8vo, 140 pages. 

A record of the Blakes of Somersetshire, especially in the 
line of William BLAKE of Dorchester, Mass., the emi- 
grant to New England : With one branch of his descend- 
ants. From the notes of the late Horatio G. Somerby. 
[Edited by William H. Whitmore, A. M.] Boston, 
Mass. : privately printed, 1881. 8vo, 64 pages. 

Our folks. [Descendants of John BLAKE of Middletown, 
Conn., 1690.] Second preliminary draft. [By George 
M. Blake. Rockford, III: W. P. Lamb, printer], 1895. 
8vo, 39 pages. 

Increase BLAKE of Boston, his ancestors and descendants, 
with a full account of William Blake of Dorchester [his 
grandfather] and his five children. By F. E. Blake, 
Boston, Mass. : David Clapp & Son, 1898. 8vo, 147 
pages. 

BLANCHARD Memorial. Commemorative of Calvin and 
Luther Blanchard, Acton Minute-Men, 1775. By A. 



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S. Hudson. West Acton, 1899. 8vo, 100 pages, illus- 
trated. 

BLANDING of Upton-on-Severn, Worcester, England. 
Genealogical chart [of descendants of Wm. Blanding of 
Boston, Mass., 1640]. By H. W. Roberts of Boston 
and W. J. C. Kenyon of St. Paul, 1895. Chart, 13 x 16 
inches. 

The BLATCHFORD memorial. [Descendants of Rev. 
Samuel of Bedford, N. Y., 1795. By Samuel Blatch- 
ford.] New York: 1871. 8vo, 104 pages, mostly 
biographical. 

Genealogy of the BLISS family in America. From about 
the year 1550 to 1880. Compiled by John Homer Bliss, 
Norwich, Conn. Including the compilations of Judge 
Oliver Bliss Morris of Springfield, Mass., and Sylvester 
Bliss of Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. : printed by the 
author, 1881. 8vo, 808 pages. 

BLOSS genealogy. Descendants of Edmund and Mary 
Bloss. By J. O. Bloss. 1886. 8vo, 5 pages. 

BLOSS genealogy. [Descendants of Edmund of Water- 
town, Mass., 1639.] By James O. Bloss. Printed for 
private circulation, 1887. 8vo, 19 pages, index. 

Memoir of the life and character of Mrs. Mary Anna 
BOARDMAN, with an historical account of her fore- 
fathers, and biographical and genealogical notices of 
many of her kindred and relatives. By her son-in-law 
John Frederick Schroeder, D. D. Printed for private 
distribution. New Haven: 1849. ^^o, 478 pages. 

BOARDMAN genealogy, 1525-1895. The English home 
and ancestry of Samuel Boreman [of] Wethersfield, 
Conn. Thomas Boreman [of] Ipswich, Mass. With 



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an account of their descendants (now called Boardman) 
in America. Compiled by Charlotte Goldthwaite. Pub- 
lished by William F. J. Boardman. Hartford, Conn. : 
1895. 8vo, 778 pages, plates, edition 350 copies. 

BOCKEE family (Boucquet) 1 641 -1897. [Descendants 
of Jerome Boucquet who came to America in 1663 and 
settled in New Utrecht, L. I.] By Martha Bockee Flint. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. : [A. V. Haight, printer], 1897. 
8vo, 167 pages (paged 158 and 9), indexed. 

A genealogy of the BOGMAN family, 1767- 1890. [De- 
scendants of Charles L., of Providence, R. L, 1767.] 
Compiled for Moses Conant Warren by Emily Wilder 
Leavitt. [Boston, Mass. : Alfred Mudge & Son, print- 
ers] printed for private circulation, 1890. 8vo, 36 pages, 
plate, index. 

The BOHONON family. [By John C. Ordway. Printed 
in advance of a proposed " History of Salisbury, N. H." 
1888.] 6 leaves. 

Genealogy of the BOLLES family in America. [De- 
scendants of Joseph Bolles of Wells, Me.] By John A. 
Bolles. Boston: Henry W. Dutton & Son, 1865. 4to, 
64 pages. 

A memoir of a portion of the BOLLING family in Eng- 
land and Virginia. [By T. H. Wayne.] Printed for 
private distribution. Richmond, Va. : W. H. Wade & 
Co., 1868. 8vo, 68 pages, edition 50 copies, portraits. 

Genealogical and biographical account of the tamily of 
BOLTON in England and America. * * * [De- 
scendants of Robert of Philadelphia, 171 8.] Collected 
chiefly from original papers and records : with an appen- 
dix. By Robert Bolton. * * * New York: John 
A. Gray, printer, 1862. 8vo, 222 pages, edition 50 
copies, superseded below by the 1895 edition. 



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The descendants of William BOLTON of Reading, Mass., 
1720. By Charles Knowles Bolton of Cambridge. 
[Published by Joel Munsell's Sons, Albany, N. Y. : 
1888.] 8vo, 8 pages, superseded by next title. 

The Boltons of Old and New England with a genealogy 
of the descendants of William BOLTON of Reading, 
Mass., 1720. By Charles Knowles Bolton. Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1889. 8vo, 98 
pages, portraits and plates. 

The family of BOLTON in England and America, iioo- 
1894. By H. Carrington Bolton, Ph. D., and Reginald 
Bolton, C. E. New York: 1895. 8vo, 524 pages, con- 
taining 19 American Bolton families, 50 illustrations, 40 
charts. 

A genealogical register. Being a record of the descendants 
of Col. William BOND, who settled in Watertown, Mass., 
A. D. 1649. Boston: printed by Benjamin F.' Bond, 
1826. 8vo, 8 pages, it was reprinted in the '' Alvan Bond 
Ancestry," and a few issued separately 1896. 

Family record or genealogies of Robert BOND [of Eliza- 
beth, N. J., 1664] ; also the descendants of Jacob 
[Joseph] Price [of Elizabeth, N. J., who died 1757]. 
By Mrs. Daniel Price. New York: published by Dodd 
& Mead, 1872. 8vo, 35 pages. 

Autobiographical reminiscences of Rev. Alvan BOND, 
D. D., 1 793- 1 882. Funeral sermons and notices. Ances- 
try and descendants. * * * [By Henry R. Bond.] 
New York: privately printed, 1896. 8vo, 13+1894-12 
pages, portraits, engravings, edition 35 copies, contains 
a fac-simile of the "Bond Genealogy" printed in 1826. 

Genealogical information of the BONNEY family in 
America. Compiled by Charles L. Bonney. Chicago: 
1878. Chart, superseded by next title. 



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The BONNEY family. [Descendants of Thomas of Dux- 
bury, Mass.] By Charles L. Bonney. Second edition. 
Chicago: published by Chicago Legal News Co., 1898. 
8vo, 178 pages, views, map. 

The BONTECOU genealogy. A record of the descend- 
ants of Pierre Bontecou, a Huguenot refugee from 
France [who settled in New York in 1689], in the lines 
of his sons. Compiled by John E. Morris. Hartford, 
Conn. : press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 
1885. 8vo, 271 pages. 

The ancestry of Daniel BONTICOU of Springfield, Mass. 
Compiled by John E. Morris. Hartford, Conn. : press 
of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1887. 8vo, 29 
pages. 

The BONYTHON family of Maine. By Dr. Charles E. 
Banks. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register for January, 1884.] 8vo, 7 pages. 

Annals of the BOODY family. [Descendants of Zechariah 
of Dover, N. H., about 1695]. By R. B. Caverly. 
Lowell [Mass. : Vox Populi Press,] 1880. 8vo, 297 
pages. 

A short and general account of the family of * * * 
BOOGE, [descendants of John of East Haddam, Ct., 
about 1680, most of whom now spell the name Bogue] 
* * * By D. Williams Patterson. New York: re- 
printed from the N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record, 1872. 
8vo, 6 pages. 

The family of Richard BOOTHS (an original settler in 
Stratford, Conn.), traced through some branches of his 
posterity, and introduced by fragmentary notes on an- 
cient Stratford. [By B. L. Swan for W. A. Booth.] 
New York: C. S. Westcott & Co., printers, 1862. 8vo, 
64 pages. 



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Report of the BOOTH Association of the United States. 
By Columbus Smith. * * * /^jgo pedigrees of dif- 
ferent branches of the Booth family in America and 
England. Burlington, Vt. : 1868. 8vo, 40 pages. 

[Second report of the BOOTH Association, together with 
a record of the descendants of Robert Booth of Exeter, 
N. H., who died 1672. By Columbus Booth, 1869.] 
8vo, 19 pages. 

Genealogical records of some of the descendants of Robert 
BOOTHE of Saco, Me., 1642. Compiled by J. H. 
Booth. Milwaukee, Wis. : 1877. 8vo, 56 pages. 

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 S. Booth. Minneapolis, 
Minn. : Walter S. Booth & Son, printers, 1892. 8vo, 27 
pages, including supplement. 

Historical and genealogical record of the descendants as 
far as known of Richard and Joan BORDEN who set- 
tled in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, May, 1638 * * * 
by Hattie Borden Weld [1899]. 8vo, 348 pages, por- 
traits, index. 

Biographical sketches of the BORDLEY family of Mary- 
land, for their descendants. Part first. By Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Bordley Gibson, edited by her niece. Elizabeth 
Mifflin. Philadelphia: printed by Henry B. Ashmead, 
1865. 158 pages. 

The history of the BORNEMAN family in America since 
the first settlers, 1721 to 1878. [Being the descendants 
of Daniel Borneman who settled in Hanover, Pa., about 
1730]. Published by J. H. Borneman. Boyertown, 
Pa.: 1 88 1. i2mo, 114 pages. 



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The BOSS family. The name Boss. [By Henry R. Boss. 
Chicago, 1900]. 96 pages, edition 150 copies, not com- 
pleted, except in proof form. 

A genealogical register of the name of BOSTWICK, with 
the families in their respective generations, births, mar- 
riages and deaths, as far as obtained, from 1668 to 1850. 
By Erastus Bostwick. Burlington: printed by Tuttle 
& Stacy, 1 85 1. i2mo, 50 pages. 

A sketch of the descendants of Jared BOURN, who set- 
tled in Boston about 1630. [By S. Swett.] Bristol, R. 
I.: 1857. 8vo, 32 pages. 

Remarks concerning Richard BOURNE and his descend- 
ants. By S. Swett, at the first anniversary meeting of 
the Cape Cod Association, with additions. 8vo, 2 pages. 

BOUTON genealogy. [Descendants of William Bouton 
and Hannah Carrington of Meredith, N. Y., 1795. By 
Eugene Bouton. New Paltz, N. Y. : 1886.] 8vo, 10 
pages, superseded by next title. 

BOUTON — Boughton family. Descendants of John 
Bouton, a native of France, who embarked from Graves- 
end, Eng., and landed at Boston in December, 1635, and 
settled at Norwalk, Conn. By James Boughton, Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1890. 8vo, 684 
pages, indexes, colored arms. 

Some account of the BOWDOIN family [descended from 
Pierre Baudoin who died at Boston, 1706] with notes 
on the families of Portage, Lynde, Newgate, Erving. 
[By] Temple Prime, Huntington, Suffolk co., N. Y. 
New York: 1887. 8vo, 28 pages. 

Some account of the BOWDOIN family. By Temple 
Prime. Second edition. New York. 1894. 8vo, 52 
pages. 



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Memorial of the BOWEN family. By E. C. Bowen, M. 
D. * * * Boston: Rand, Avery & Co., 1884. 8vo, 
107 pages, relates only to the family in Wales. 

The family of Griffith BOWEN, gentleman, Welsh puritan 
emigrant, Boston, Mass., 1638-9, especially the branch of 
Esquire Silas Bowen, born in Woodstock, Conn., 1722. 
By Daniel Bowen. Jacksonville, Fla. : DaCosta Printing 
Co., 1893. 8vo, 2^2. pages, arms. 

Lineage of the BOWENS of Woodstock, Conn. By Ed- 
ard Augustus Bowen. Cambridge, Mass. : printed at 
the Riverside Press, 1897. 8vo, 245 pages, edition 250 
copies, plates and charts, index. 

Rev. John BOWER, first minister at Derby, Conn., and his 
descendants. By C. C. Baldwin. * * * Reprinted 
from Sharpe's History of Seymour, Conn. 1879. 8vo^ 
8 pages. 

The BOWIES and their kindred. A genealogical and bio- 
graphical history. [Being mainly the descendants of 
John of Mattapony, Md., 1705]. By Walter Worthing- 
ton Bowie. Washington, D. C. : press of Cromwell 
Bros., 1899. 8vo, 523 pages, 38 portraits, index, edition 
300 copies. 

Genealogical and historical notes of the BOWLES family 
By Samuel Bowles of Springfield, Mass. 1851. 8vo, 
8 pages. 

The BOWMAN family. A historical and memorial vol- 
ume from the earliest traditions to the present time. 
[Descendants of Christopher Baumann of Bucks co., 
Pa., 1754. By Rev. S. L. Bowman.] Harrisburg, Pa.: 
[Publishing Dept. of M. E. Book Rooms], 1886. 8vo, 
258 pages. 



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Proceedings of the first BOYD convention, held at Beaver, 
Penn., October 26 and 27, 1881. PubHshed by the 
Boyd Historical Association. Youngstown, Ohio: 1882. 
8vo, 42 pages. 

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 Windsor and Middletown, N. Y., North- 
umberland CO., Pa., and Boston, Mass., from 1740 to 
1884. By William P. Boyd. Conesus, N. Y. : Boyd's 
Job Printing Establishment, 1884. i2mo, 318 pages, 
7 plates, 5 indexes, edition 150 copies. 

American BOYNTON directory, containing the address 
of all known Boyntons, Boyingtons and Byingtons in 
the United States and British dominions. Compiled by 
John Farnham Boynton, Syracuse, N. Y. Smith & 
Bruce, printers, 1884. 8vo, 147 pages, arms. 

1638. The BOYNTON family. A genealogy of the de- 
scendants of William and John Boynton who emigrated 
from Yorkshire, Eng., in 1638 and settled at Rowley, 
Mass. By John Farnham Boynton * * * [Grove- 
land, Mass. :] 1897. 8vo, 386 pages, (paged 36+350), 
44 illustrations, indexes. 

Genealogical and biographical sketch of the name and 
family of BRACKETT ; from the year 1630 to the year 
i860. By Jeffrey Richardson, Jr. Boston: printed by 
Alfred Mudge & Son, for the author, i860. 8vo, 56 
pages. 

[BRACKETT pedigree from Anthony Brackett of Ports- 
mouth, N. H. By Alpheus L. Brackett. Everett, Mass. : 
1896.] 8vo, 2 pages, superseded by next title. 

Descendants of Anthony BRACKETT of Portsmouth, 
N. H. [163 1.] By Alpheus L. Brackett. Everett, 
Mass. : 1897. 8vo, 8 pages. 



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BRADBURY memorial. Record of some of the descend- 
ants of Thomas Bradbury of Agamenticus (York) in 
1 634, and of SaHsbury, Mass.,in 1638, with a brief sketch 
of the Bradburys of England. Compiled chiefly from 
the collections of the late John Merrill Bradbury, of Ips- 
wich, Mass. By William Berry Lapham. Portland, 
Me.: Brown, Thurston & Co., 1890. 8vo, 320 pages, 
plates, indexes. 

A genealogical memoir of the descendants of William 
BRADFORD, second governor of New Plymouth, in 
New England. Principally collected by Guy M. Fes- 
senden. Boston: printed by Coolidge & Wiley, 1850. 
8vo, 2y pages. 

Genealogical memorials of William BRADFORD, the 
printer [of Philadelphia, 1685]. By Samuel S. Purple, 
M. D. Privately printed. New York: [reprinted from 
the N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record with additions] 1873. 
8vo, 8 pages. 

One branch of the descendants of Gov. William BRAD- 
FORD, [of Plymouth, Mass., through his son Wm., 
whose dau., Hannah, married Joshua Ripley. By H. 
S. Bradford.] New York: printed at the De Vinne 
press, 1895. 1 2mo, 29 pages. 

One branch of the BRADFORD family or descendants of 
Capt. Gamaliel Bradford [born in Duxbury, Mass., 
1763]. Taken from "Descendants of Gov. Wm. Brad- 
ford of Plymouth," in course of preparation by Horace 
Standish Bradford. Private print. New York: 1898. 
8vo, 2y pages, indexed. 

History of the Bradlee family, with particular reference to 
the descendants of Nathan BRADLEY of Dorchester, 
Mass. Compiled and arranged by Samuel Bradlee Dag- 
gett. Boston : press of Rockwell & Churchill, 1878. 8vo, 
45 pages, index, edition 300 copies. 



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Genealogy of the family of Aaron and Sarah BRADLEY 
of Guilford, Conn. By Abigail Parkman Lloyd. Hart- 
ford, Conn. : Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1879. 
8vo, 46 pages. 

Family notes respecting the BRADLEY family of Fair- 
field [Conn., from Francis who settled there m 1660], and 
our descent therefrom ; with notices of collateral ancestors 
on the female side. * * * By Joseph P. Bradley. 
Edited and published by his son, Charles Bradley. New- 
ark, N. J.: x\mzi Pearson & Co., printers, 1894. 8vo, 
69 pages, plate of arms. 

The genealogy of the BRAINERD family in the United 
States [descendants of Daniel of Connecticut], with 
numerous sketches of individuals. By Rev. David D. 
Field, D. D. New York: John F. Trow, printer, 1857. 
Svo, 303 pages. 

Genealogy of the BRALEY family. [Descendants of 
John of Rhode Island, 1689.] Mansfield: published and 
printed by T. S. Pratt, 1878. 8 pages. 

BRANSON magazine of genealogies. Published quarterly. 
Edited by Rev. Levi Branson. Raleigh, N. C. : Clifton, 
Scarborough & Co., printers, 1898-9. Vol. L No. i, 2, 
Svo, 57 pages, giving descendants of Thomas Branson 
of Chatham co., N. C, about 1700. 

An account of some of the descendants of Capt. Thomas 
BRATTLE [of Boston, Mass., 1656]. Compiled by 
Edward Doubleday Harris. [Boston, Mass. : D. Clapp 
& Son, printers.] 1867. 4to, 90 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of James BREAKEN- 
RIDGE, who emigrated from Ireland, July, 1727 [to 
Kingston, now Palmer, Mass]. Collected and arranged 
by Cornelia A. Gould. Ware, Mass. : Charles W. Eddy, 
printer, January, 1887. 8vo, 65 pages, portrait. 
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The genealogical chart of the American branch of the 
BREARLEY family. [Descendants of John of Law- 
renceville, N. J., 1680. By W. H. Brearley.] Detroit, 
Mich.: 1886. Chart. 

Genealogy of the BRECK family, descended from Edward 
of Dorchester and his brothers in America. * * * 
By Samuel Breck, U. S. A. Omaha : Rees Printing Co., 
1889. 8vo, 281 pages, portraits. 

Proceedings of the first convention of the BREED family 
of the United States of America [descendants of Allan 
Breed of Lynn, Mass.], held at Jamestown, N. Y., Sept. 
10, 1868, together with a historical address delivered by 
Deacon J. C. Breed upon that occasion. Jamestown, 
N. Y. : Chautauqua Democrat Steam Printing House, 
1872. 8vo, 22 pages. 

Genealogy of the BREED family. By Henry Breed. 
Lynn, Mass. : 1888. Chart 7x14 inches. 

A record of the descendants of Allen BREED, who came 
from England in 1630 [to Lynn, Mass. By J. Howard 
Breed of Philadelphia]. Hathaway & Brothers, The 
Evans Printing House. Philadelphia: 1892. 8vo, 229 
pages, edition 100 copies, indexes. 

Genealogy of the Ludwig BRETZ family. 1750- 1890. 
By E. W. S. Parthemore, a great- great- grandson. Har- 
risburg. Pa. : Harrisburg Publishing Co., 1890. 8vo, 
142 pages. 

Account of the golden wedding of James and Mary 

BREWSTER, Sept. 18, i860. Printed by request of 

their children. New Haven, Conn. : i860. 8vo, 28 
pages. 

BREWSTER genealoofical chart. Showing six genera- 
tions from Elder William Brewster. By W. J. Brewster. 



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Hannibal, N. Y. : 1872. Broadside 18x24 inches, edition 

50 copies. 

An account of the descendants of John BRIDGE, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1632. [By Rev. Wilham F. Bridge.] 
Boston, Mass. : J. S. Gushing & Go., printers, 1884. 8vo, 
120 pages, plates, index. 

Genealogy of the BRIDGMAN family. Descendants of 
James Bridgman. 1636- 1894. Compiled by Burt 
Nichols Bridgman and Joseph Glark Bridgman Hyde 
Park, Mass.: [Glark W. Bryan Go., printers], 1894. 
8vo, 168 pages, plates. 

A partial record of the descendants of Walter BRIGGS of 
Westchester, N. Y. [1728.] To which is added some 
account of his ancestry, [traced back to John Briggs of 
Newport, R. I., 1638], collateral branches, origin of the 
family name, ancient pedigrees, wills, etc. Compiled by 
Sam. Briggs. Cleveland, Ohio : printed for private cir- 
culation only, by Fairbanks, Briggs & Co., 1878. 4to, 

51 pages, indexes, edition 200. copies, superseded by next 
title. 

The archives of the BRIGGS family. By Samuel Briggs. 
Cleveland, Ohio: printed by T. C. Schenck, 1880. 8vo, 
278 pages, portraits, etc. 

We and our kinsfolk. Ephriam and Rebekah Waterman 
BRIGGS [of Halifax, Mass.], their descendants and an- 
cestors, with a few collateral branches. Edited by Mary 
Balch Briggs. Boston: Beacon Press, Thomas Todd, 
printer, 1887. 8vo, 144 pages, portrait, plate, two charts, 
index. 

Constitution and by-laws of the BRIGHAM Family Asso- 
ciation, organized at Chicago, Oct. 18, 1893, together 



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with a report of its proceedings at its first meeting. 
1896. 

The BRIGHTS of Suffolk, England: represented in Amer- 
ica by the descendants of Henry Bright, Jr., who came to 
New England in 1630, and settled in Watertown, Mass. 
By J. B. Bright. For private distribution. Boston: 
printed by John Wilson & Son, 1858. 8vo, 345 pages; 
contains no American genealogy. 

The family of Joris Dircksen BRINCKERHOFF [of New 
Amsterdam], 1638. Richard Brinkerhoff, publisher. 
New York: 1887. 8vo, 188 pages, arms, views, maps. 

The BRINTON family. [Descendants of William, a colo- 
nist of Pennsylvania. By Daniel G. Brinton, M. D., of 
Media, Pa. 1879.] Sq. 8vo, 60 pages. 

BROCKLEBANK genealogy, being the descendants of 
Capt. Samuel Brocklebank of Rowley, Mass., who was 
killed by the Indians at Sudbury, Mass. By F. C. 
Pierce. Chicago: 1897. 8vo, 200 pages. 

Genealogy [in line of Isaiah of Lyme, Conn.] of a branch 
of the descendants of Wolston BROCKWAY, who set- 
tled in Lyme, Conn., about 1660. Compiled by Beman 
Brockway. Watertown, N. Y. : Brockway & Sons' 
Daily Times print, 1887. 8vo, 22 pages. 

Genealogy [in line of Rev. Thomas of Columbia, Conn.] 
of a branch of the descendants of Wolston BROCK- 
WAY, who settled in Lyme, Conn., about 1660. Com- 
piled by A. N. Brockway, M. D. Watertown, N. Y. : 
Brockway & Sons' Daily Times Print, 1888. 8vo, 34 

The BROCKWAY family. Some records of Wolston 
Brockway [of Lyme, Conn., 1660] and his descendants. 
By Francis E. Brockway. Oswego, N. Y. : Leon L. 
Brockway's Power Print, 1890. 4to, 167 pages. 



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The BROOKE family of Whitchurch, Hampshire, Eng- 
land. [Ancestors of Gov. Robert Brooke of Maryland 
and some of his descendants.] By Thomas Willing 
Balch. Phila. : press of Allen, Lane & Scott, 1899. 8vo, 
66 pages. 

A sketch relating to the name and family of BROUGH- 
TON. By Henry E. Waite. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for July, 1883. 8vo, 7 
pages. 

Genealogy of a portion of the BROWN family [Chad 
Brown's descendants], principally from the Moses Brown 
papers, and from other authentic sources. [By H. T. 
Beckwith.] Providence: press of H. H. Brown, 1851. 
i6mo, 16 pages. 

A letter concerning family history. [Descendants of John 
BROW^N of Stonington, Conn.] By Andrew Brown. 
1 81 2. [Printed at Albany by J. Munsell, i860.] 8vo, 
12 pages. 

The BROWNS of Nottingham [descendants of James and 
William Brown of West Nottingham, Pa., about 1680. 
By Gilbert Cope. West Chester, Pa. : Gilbert Cope, 
printer, 1864]. 8vo, 18 pages. 

Report to the BROWN Association, U. S. A., made by 
C. M. Fisher, A. D. 1866. * * * Middlebury : printed 
at the Register Book and Job Office, 1866. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Report to the BROWN Association, U. S. A., made by 
Columbus Smith, A. D. 1868. * * * Burlington: 
Free Press Printing House, 1868. 8vo, 126 pages. 

[BROWNE family letters. Communicated to the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for October, 1871.] 8vo, 
4 pages, reprint. 



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Family record of Silas BROWN, Jr. [of Northampton, 
Mass., 1762, and his descent from James of Springfield, 
Mass., 1674. By A. C. Brown. New York: G. Mac- 
namara, printer, 1879]. 8vo, 38 pages. 

A biographical sketch of Capt. Oliver BROWN, an officer 
in the Revolutionary army, who commanded the party 
which destroyed the statue of George the Third in New 
York City, July 9, 1776 [w^ith a genealogical account of 
his descendants]. By the Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden. 
Privately printed. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. : 1882. 8vo, 22 
pages. 

Historical genealogy relating to a branch of the BROWN 
family, including brief history of other families. 
[Descended from George Brown, an early settler of Bucks 
County, Penn., 1679.] By G. W. B[rown]. Philadel- 
phia: 1885. 8vo, 134 pages (paged 57 + 35 + 3i -t^ lO- 

Family notes. Collected during many years and dedicated 
to those interested. By Justin M. BROWNE. Hobart, 
Tasmania : privately printed, 1887. 8vo, iii pages. 

The Chad BROWNE memorial, consisting of genealogical 
memoirs of a portion of the descendants of Chad and 
Elizabeth Brov/ne. With an appendix, containing 
sketches of other early Rhode Island settlers, 1638- 1888. 
Compiled by a descendant [Mrs. Abby Isabel Bulkley]. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. : printe 1 for the family, 1888. 8vo, 173 
pages, numerous portraits and other illustrations, in- 
dexed. 

The BROWN memorial. Family of Benjamin Brown, 
M. D. [of Waldoborough, Me. ; a descendant of Chad 
Brown of Providence, R. I.]. Compiled by Bertha Vic- 
toria Foster for the family. Washington, D. C. : Judd 
& Detweiler, printers, 1893. 8vo, 26 pages. 

Noah BROWN of Eastern, Dutchess co., N. Y., and his 
descendants. 1895. 18 pages. 



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A genealogical record of the BROWN family [descendants 
of George of Bucks co., Pa., 1679], by George Hoffman 
Penrose, M. D. Salt Lake City, Utah: 1896. 8vo, 35 
pages, indexed. 

[Some of my ancestors. Genealogy of the BROWNELL 
family in one line from Thomas of Providence, R. I., 
1655, with notes on allied families. By Mrs. Sarah 
Elizabeth Spencer. Ithaca, N. Y. : Anson S. Johnson, 
printer, 1892.] i8mo, 53 pages (paged 25 -t- I8^- 10), 
published without a title page. 

The BRUBACHER genealogy in America. [Descendants 
of John, who came from Switzerland about 1710 and 
settled in Lancaster co., Pa.] By Jacob N. Brubacher. 
Elkhart, Ind. : Mennonite Publishing Co., 1884. 241x10, 
243 pages. 

BRUEN. Prentiss. Hall. [One line of the ancestors of 
Obadiah Bruen of New London, Conn., and one line of 
the descendants of John Hall of New Haven, 1639, and 
of Capt. Thomas Prentice of Cambridge, Mass., 1652. 
Reprinted from the " Baldwin Genealogy." Cleveland, 
Ohio: 1 88 1.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

Alexander BRYAN of Milford, Conn., his ancestors and 
his descendants. By C. C. Baldwin. [Reprinted from 
the " Baldwin Genealogy."] * * * Cleveland, 
Ohio: 1889. 8vo, 27 pages. 

An historical and genealogical essay upon the family and 
surname of BUCHANAN. * * * By William 
Buchanan of Auchmar. Glasgow, 1723 : printed by Wil- 
liam Duncan. Cincinnati : reprinted by L A. & U. P. 
James, 1849. i^mo, 240 pages; not an American gene- 
alogy. 

First annual reunion of the descendants of Col. George 
BUCHANAN [at Trotting Creek, Ohio]. 1892. 
i6mo, 55 pages. 



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Origin, history and genealogy of the BUCK family, includ- 
ing a brief narrative of the earliest emigration to and 
settlement of its branches in America, and a complete 
tracing of every lineal descendant of James Buck and 
Elizabeth Sherman, his wife [of New Milford, Ct., 1780. 
Descendant of Emanuel and Henry Buck of Wethers- 
field, Conn., 1647.] ^y Cornelius B. Harvey. Jersey 
City, N. J. : J. J. Griffiths, printer, 1889. 8vo, 273 pages. 

Account of the BUCK family of Bucks co.. Pa., and the 
Bucksville centennial celebration, held June 11, 1892. 
* * * Edited by William J. Buck. Printed for the 
family. Philadelphia: 1893. ^^o, 142 pages. 

Genealogy of the Samuel BUCK family, of Portland, Conn., 
to the year 1894 [and their probable descent from Eman- 
uel Buck, early of Wethersfield]. By Horace B. Buck. 
Worcester, Mass. : press of Oliver B. Wood. 1894. i2mo,s 
54 pages. 

The BUCKINGHAM family; or, the descendants of 
Thomas Buckingham, one of the first settlers of Milford, 
Conn. [1639.] Compiled at the request of WiUiam A. 
Buckingham of Norwich, Conn. By Rev. F. W. Chap- 
man, A. M. * * * Hartford, Conn. : press of Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard, 1872. 8vo, 348 pages. 

The ancestors of Ebenezer BUCKINGHAM, who was 
born in 1748 [and settled at Carthage, Ohio, fifth in de- 
scent from Thomas of Milford, Conn., 1639] and of his 
descendants. Compiled by James Buckingham of Zanes- 
ville, Ohio, one of his grandsons, assisted by Miss Mary 
J. Tilton. Chicago: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 1892. 8vo, 
250 pages, indexes, 4 plates. 

History of the BUELL family in England * * * ^nd 
in America, from town, parish, church and family 



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records. * >k * gy Albert Welles. New York: 
1 88 1. 8vo, 404 pages, 5 portraits. 

A record of some of the descendants of Edward BUGBY, 
who settled in Roxbury, Conn., in 1686. [By E. Holmes 
Bugbee.] Killingly, Conn.: 1877. 4to, 17 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of John BULFINCH of 
Boston, Mass. 1700- 1895. By Edward F. Johnson. 
Woburn, Mass. : The News Print, 1895. i6mo, 15 pages, 
edition 50 copies. 

The BULKELEY family; or, the descendants of Rev. 
Peter Bulkeley, who settled at Concord, Mass., in 1636. 
Compiled at the request of Joseph E. Bulkeley. By 
Rev. F. W. Chapman. * =i^ * Hartford, Conn. : The 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., printers, 1875. 8vo, 
289 pages. 

A genealogical sketch of Dr. Artemas BULLARD of Sut- 
ton, Mass., and his descendants. By William Sumner 
Barton. Worcester, Mass. : printed by Lucius P. God- 
dard, 1878. 8vo, 22 pages. 

A history and genealogy of the families of BULLOCH. 
* * * By Joseph G. Bulloch, M. D. Savannah, Ga. : 
Baird & Hutton, printers, 1892. 8vo, 171 pages. 

Genealogical chart of the BUNTING family. [Descend- 
ants of Samuel, who came to Darby, Pa., 1722.] Drawn 
by Morgan Bunting. Darby, Pa. : 1895. Chart, litho- 
graphed in tree form, 23 x 35 inches. 

Contributions to the genealogy of the BURBANK and 
Burbanck families in the United States. By G. T. Rid- 
lon. Saco, Me. : press of C. P. Pike, 1880. 8vo, 26 
pages. 



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1 660- 1 799. An account of John BURBEEN, who came 
from Scotland and settled at Woburn, Mass., about 1660, 
and such of his descendants as have borne the surname 
of Burbeen. * * * gy Joseph Burbeen Walker. 
Concord, N. H. : printed by the Republican Press Assoc, 
1892. 8vo, 52 pages, plates, index. 

BURGESS genealogy. Memorials of the family of 
Thomas and Dorothy Burgess, who were settled at Sand- 
wich, in the Plymouth colony, in 1637. [By Rev. E. 
Burgess.] Boston: press of T. R. Marvin & Son, 1865. 
8vo, 196 pages. 

History and genealogy of the BURGNER family * * * 
as descended from Peter Burgner, a Swiss emigrant of 
1734 [to Penna.]. By J. Burgner. Oberlin, Ohio: The 
Oberlin News Print, 1890. 8vo, 172 pages. 

BURHANS genealogy. Descendants from the first an- 
cestor in America, Jacob Burhans [of Kingston, N. Y.], 
1660, and his son Jan Burhans, 1663- 1893. Compiled 
by Samuel Burhans, Jr. New York : printed for private 
distribution, 1894. 8vo, 844 pages, illustrated. 

The BURKE and Alvord memorial. A genealogical ac- 
count of the descendants of Richard Burke of Sudbury, 
Mass. [and Alex. Alvord of Windsor, Conn.]. Com- 
piled by John Alonzo Boutelle of Woburn, Mass., for 
William A. Burke of Lowell, Mass. [Burke arms.] 
Boston: printed by Henry W. Dutton & Son, 1864. 
8vo, 240 pages. 

The genealogy of the BURLEY or Burleigh family of 
America [mostly descended from Giles of Ipswich, 
Mass., 1648]. By Charles Burleigh. Portland : press of 
B. Thurston & Co., 1880. 8vo, 200 pages. 

The BURNHAM family or genealogical records of the 
descendants of the four emigrants of the name, who 



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were among the early settlers in America. By Roder- 
ick H. Burnham, Longmeadow, Mass. Hartford: press 
of Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1869. 8vo, 546 pages. 

Genealogical records of Thomas BURNHAM, the emi- 
grant, who was among the early settlers at Hartford, 
Conn., and his descendants. Second edition. By 
Roderick H. Burnham. Hartford, Conn. : The Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard Co. print, 1884. 8vo, 292 pages, 
5 indexes, 7 portraits, 7 plates. 

Genealogical records of the three brothers John, Thomas 
and Robert BURNHAM who emigrated to this country 
in 1635 and settled at Chebacco (Ipswich), Mass., and 
at Dover, N. H. Vol. II. By Roderick H. Burnham. 
Hartford, Ct. : 1869 [as dated, but printed 1884]. 8vo, 
40 pages, paged (not consecutively) 183-563, intended 
to be inserted in the volume of 546 pages which the 
author issued in 1869. Some copies of the preceding 
title (292 pages) and of this (40 pages) were bound 
together and some copies of the two, together with 
pages 183 to 546 (which were not superseded) were 
bound in one volume, paged 1-292, 183-520, 555-563, 
525-546. 

A general history of the BURR family in America. With 
a genealogical record from 1570 to 1878. By Charles 
Burr Todd. New York : printed by E. Sackett & Bro., 
1878. 8vo, 437 pages, portraits, arms. 

A general history of the BURR family with a genealogical 
record from 1193 to 1891. [Being the descendants of 
Jehue Burre who died in Fairfield, Conn., about 1670, 
Benj. Burr of Hartford, 1639, Rev. Jonathan Burr of 
Dorchester, Mass., 1639, and Henry Burr of Mt. Holly, 
N. J., 1 69 1.] By Charles Burr Todd. Second edition. 
Printed for the author by the Knickerbocker Press, New 
York: 1891. 8vo, 535 pages, plates. 



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The BURRAGE memorial. A genealogical history of the 
descendants of John Bur rage, who settled in Charles- 
town, Mass, in 1637. By Alvah A. Burrage. Boston, 
Mass. : Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 1877. ^vo, 265 
pages, arms, portraits, indexed. 

A sketch of the Rev. Blackleach BURRITT and related 
Stratford, Conn., families [of Blackleach and Welles]. 
By M. D. Raymond. [Bridgeport, Conn. : Standard 
Association print,] 1892. 8vo, 44 -j- 8 pages. Read be- 
fore the Fairfield County Hist. Soc. 

Genealogy of the BURROUGHS family [descendants of 
Jeremiah of Scituate, Mass., 1647, through his grand- 
son John of Enfield, Mass., died 1693.] Compiled by L. 
A. Burroughs. Garrattsville, Ohio : The Pierce Printing 
Co., 1894. 8vo, 24 pages. 

Genealogical records of a section of the BURROWS 
family. By T. D. Dennison. Providence, R. I. : 1872. 
8vo, 76 pages. 

Genealogical records of Henry and Ulalia BURT, the emi- 
grants, who early settled at Springfield, Mass., and their 
descendants through nine generations from 1640 to 1891. 
By Roderick H. Burnham. Hartford, Conn. : [Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard Co., printers], published by Miss 
Elizabeth Burt of Warwick, N. Y., 1892. 8vo, 347 
pages, portraits. 

Life and times of Henry BURT of Springfield, Mass., and 
some of his descendants. * * * gy Henry W. Burt 
and Silas W. Burt. Springfield, Mass. : Clark W. Bryan 
Co., printers, 1893. 8vo, 617 pages. 

Proceedings of the BURWELL family picnic, held at Bur- 
well's farm, Milford, Conn., August 18, 1870. [By 
George P. Burwell.] Cleveland, Ohio: G. S. Newcomb 
& Co., printers, 1870. 8vo, 26 pages, arms. 



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BUSHNELL chart by Asa S. Bushnell. Springfield, Ohio. 

Some account of Deacon John BUTLER of Pelham, N. 
H., and of his descendants. By Caleb Butler of Groton. 
[Reprinted from a series of articles in the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register for 1848 and 1849.] ^vo, 16 
pages. 

Chronicles of the family of BUTLER. [Family of John of 
Hanover, Mass., 181 1.] Read May 2y, 1881. By Maria 
Butler. Middletown, Ohio: Excelsior Print, 1881. 8vo, 
8 pages. 

Family of Nathaniel BUTLER [born in Nottingham, N. 
H., 1795. By Rev. E. R. Butler. Boston, Mass. : 1884]. 
8vo, 4 pages (paged i, 3, 5, 7, and some copies bound 
together with the Butler Chronicles). 

Thomas BUTLER and his descendants. A genealogy of 
the descendants of Thomas and Elizabeth Butler of 
Butler's Hill, South Berwick, Me., 1674 to 1886. By 
George H. Butler, M. D. New York: Trow's Printing 
Co., 1886. 8vo, 192 pages, arms, 2 indexes of given 
and surnames. 

BUTLER genealogy. Dedication of a monument to 
Deacon John Butler, first settler of Pelham, at Pelham, 
N. H., June 9, 1886. [With an historical address and a 
genealogical account of the Butlers of Normandy, Eng- 
land and Ireland, and of the American ancestor, James 
Butler, Sen., '* the planter," of Lancaster, Mass., 1659. 
and his descendants. By Henry A. May.] Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1887. 8vo, 36 
pages. 

Book of the family and lineal descendants of Medad BUT- 
LER, late of Stuyvesant, Columbia co., N. Y. [grand- 
son of Jonathan who settled in Saybrook, Conn., 1724]. 



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Compiled by William Allen Butler. New York: 
printed by Kilbourne Tompkins, 1887,.] 4to, 61 pages, 
index of g'iven and surnames. 

Butleriana, genealogica et biographica; or genealogical 
notes concerning Mary BUTLER [of Boston, 1635] 
and her descendants, as well as the Bates, Harris, Sig- 
ourney and other families with which they have inter- 
married. By James Davie Butler. Albany, N. Y. : Joel 
Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1888. 8vo, 162 pages, por- 
traits, plates. 

The BUTLER ancestry of Gen. Benjamin Franklin But- 
ler in America [descendant of Nicholas Butler of Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1637. By Mrs. Blanche Butler Ames]. 
Lowell, Mass. : 1895. 8vo, 26 pages. 

The BUTTERFIELDS of Middlesex co., Mass. By 
George A. Gordon, A. M. [Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for January, 1890.] 8vo, 
II pages. 

The genealogical registry of the BUTTERS family, in- 
cluding the descendants of William Butter of Woburn, 
Mass., 1665 V * * ^j^(j others bearing the mme 
wiio settled in America. By George Butters. Chicago, 
111. : David Oliphant, printer, 1896. 8vo, 466 pages, 
plates, index, illustrated. 

Outline sketch of the earliest descendants of Matthias BUT- 
TON, who first settled at Salem, Mass., Sept. 6, 1628. 
Compiled * * * by A. Button. Grand Rapids, 
Mich.: Toren, Taylor & Hinsdill, printers, 1889. i2mo, 
16 pages. 

Abby BYRAM, and her father, Indian captives, with some 
account of their ancestors and a register of their descend- 
ants. By J. M. McElroy. Ottumwa, Iowa, 1898. i2mo, 
pp. 65, 150 privately printed. 



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The CABELLvS and their kin. A memorial volume of 
history, biography and genealogy. By Alexander Brown, 
D. C. L. * * * Cambridge, Mass. : The Riverside 
Press, 1895. 8vo, 641 pages. [Mainly the descendants 
of Dr. Wm. Cabell of Henrico co., Virginia, 1726.] 

CALDWELL records. John and Sarah (Dillingham) 
Caldwell, Ipswich, Mass., [1654], and their descendants; 
sketches of families connected with them by marriage; 
brief notices of other Caldwell families. Collected and 
arranged by Augustine Caldwell, Ipswich, Mass. Bos- 
ton: published by William Parsons Lunt, 1873. 8vo, 
80 pages, edition 200 copies. 

CALDWELL family. American family antiquity. By 
Albert Welles. New York: 1881. 8vo, 87 pages. 

The early CALDWELLS, Nottingham, England. A 
private letter to the family at Ipswich, Mass., August 
20, 1885. [Relating to the English family from Augus- 
tine Caldwell. Ipswich, Mass.: 1885.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

The CAMP monograph. Book 2, John Camp of Nazing, 
Essex, England, 1630, [whose son Nicholas settled at 
Milford, Ct., 1639] to Arthur Kellogg Camp, 1898, 
Milwaukee, Wis. By Rev. Horatio Gates. [Milwau- 
kee: press of Swain & Tate Co.,] 1897. 4to, 48 pages, 
10 plates, book i was same as book 2 as far as page 20, 
and then gave family of H. H. Camp. 

Robert CAMPBELL [of Voluntown, Ct, 1719] and his 
descendants. By Henry F. Douglas of Providence, R. I. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register 
for 1878. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogical tree of the branch of the CAMPBELL family, 
descendants of the Campbells of Upper Sheldon, Ayr- 
shire, and cadets of the Loudoun branch of the Camp- 



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bells. 1887. 4to, 4 pages, relates to the New Orleans 
family of Campbells. 

CAMPBELLS of Kishacoquillas, by Hallock C. Sherrard. 
Chambersburg, Pa. 1894. 48 pages. 

William CANBY of Brandyvvine, Del., his descendants, 
fourth to seventh generation, in America, Printed for 
private distribution. Philadelphia, Pa. : 1883. 8vo, 59 
pages. 

An account of the Cavendish, Candish or Candage family 
[principally the descendants of James CANDAGE who 
removed from Massachusetts to Blue Hills, Me., in 
1766]. By R. G. F. Candage of Brookline, Mass. Re- 
printed from the Bangor Historical Magazine. Bangor, 
Me. : R. A. Burr, printer, 1889. 8vo, 9 pages. 

The CANDEE genealogy. [Descendants of Zaccheus of 
New Haven, 1670.] With notices of allied families of 
Allyn, Catlin, Cooke, Mallery, Newell, Norton, Pyn- 
chon and Wadsworth. By Charles Candee Baldwin, 
M. A. * * * Cleveland, Ohio: Leader Printing 
Co., 1882. 8vo, 240 pages. 

The CANDLER family, from 1658 to 1890 [descendants 
of Col. William Candler of Georgia, 1738-89]. By 
Hon. A. D. Candler. 

A history of Thomas CANFIELD and of Matthew Cam- 
field with a genealogy of their descendants in New 
Jersey. Compiled by Frederick A. Canfield, Dover, N. 
J., [New Haven, Ct. : Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor press], 
1897. 8vo, 200 pages and 26 pages of charts. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Banfield CAPRON, from 
A. D. 1660 to A. D. 1859. By Frederic A. Holden. 
Boston: printed by Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 1859. i2mo, 
263 pages, 6 portraits. 



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A genealogical record of the descendants of Thomas CAR- 
HART of Cornwall, Eng., [and Woodbridge, N. J., 
1695]. Conipiled from official records and private mss. 
With an appendix of notes. By Mary E. (Carhart) 
Dusenbury. New York: A. S. Barnes & Co., 1880. 
8vo, 142 pages, indexed, arms. 

Genealogy of the CARLETON family. [The English an- 
cestry of Edward Carleton, early of Rowley, Mass., and 
a brief account of his descendants. By Dr. Edmund 
Carleton. Reprinted from the '' History of Littleton, 
N. H." New York City] : privately printed, 1897. 8vo, 
6 pages. 

The CARMER family of New York City. A chart pedi- 
gree. [Descendants of Abraham Carmer, or Kermer, of 
New York, 1656. By James Lenox Banks.] New York : 
1893. Broadside, 15^ x 24 inches. 

Genealogy of one branch of the CARPENTER family. 
[Descendants of William of Weymouth, Mass., 1638.] 
By Martin L. Roberts. Enterprise Printing Co., Wil- 
limantic. Conn. : 1877. 8vo, 10 pages, edition 100 
copies. 

Genealogical and historical record of the CARPENTER 
family, with a brief genealogy of some of the descend- 
ants of William of Weymouth and Rehoboth, Mass., 
William of Providence, R. L, Samuel of Pennsylvania, 
and Ephraim, Timothy and Josias of Long Island, in- 
cluding a * * * history of the Carpenter estate of 
England. By James Usher. New York City: 1883. 
8vo, 70 pages. 

Annual address delivered by S. D. Carpenter of Missouri 
on the occasion of the annual reunion of the CARPEN- 
TER family in the town of Harmony, Chautauqua co., 
N. Y., August 2j, 1885. Carthage, Mo.: 1885. 8vo, 
15 pages. 
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A circular relating to the genealogy of the CARPENTER 
families in America. * * * gy \Yi\\ C. Clark. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio: [1893?] 8vo, 7 pages. 

A genealogical history of the Rehoboth branch of the CAR- 
PENTER family in America. [Descendants of William 
of Rehoboth, Mass., 1640.] By Amos B. Carpenter. 
Amherst, Mass. : Carpenter & Morehouse, printers, 1898. 
8vo, 908 pages, 34 illustrations, indexes. 

Abstracts from the "CARPENTER Family Memorial," 
by Amos B. Carpenter. West Waterford, Vt. [1899.] 
i2mo, 3 pages. 

The CARR family records, embracing the record of the 
first families [of Carr] who settled in America and their 
descendants, with many branches who came to this coun- 
try at a later date, by Edson I. Carr. Rockton, 111. : 
Herald Printing House, 1894. 8vo, 540 pages, 18 illus- 
trations, indexes. 

Descendants of John CARRUTH [of Marlboro, Mass., 
a native of Ireland]. 1749-1880. By William W. Car- 
ruth. Boston: D. Clapp & Son, printers, 1880. 8vo, 12 
pages. 

Bi-centenary memorial of Jeremiah CARTER, who came 
to the province of Pennsylvania in 1682, containing an 
historic genealogy of his descendants down to the present 
time. By Thomas Maxwell Potts. Canonsburp-, Pa. : 
published by the author, 1883. 8vo, 304 pages, index. 

CARTER family tree. By Capt. R. R. Carter of Shirley, 
Va. Richmond, Va. : J. W. Randolph & English, pub- 
lishers [1884]. Lithograph 30x30 inches. A new edi- 
tion was published by Mrs. M. C. Oliver of Shirley, Va. 
Printed by George M. West Co., Richmond, Va., 1897. 
54 X 54 inches, folded. 



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CARTER. A genealogy of the descendants of Samuel 
and Thomas, sons of Rev. Samuel and Thomas, sons of 
Rev. Samuel Carter. 1640- 1886. A contribution to the 
history of the first Carters of Lancaster, Lunenburg and 
Leominster, Mass. Collected and arranged for the Car- 
ter Association by Mrs. Clara A. Carter, Leominster, 
Mass., and Mrs. Sarah A. Carter, Fitzwilliam, N. H. 
Clinton: printed by W. J. Coulter, Courant office, 1887. 
8vo, 272 pages. 

CARTERET and BRYANT genealogy. [Brief family 
sketches of Cornelius and Hannah (Carteret) Bryant of 
Hackensack, New Jersey, 171 7.] By Catharina Romana 
Baetjer. New York: Dempsey & Carroll, 1887. i6mo, 
56 pages, Carteret arms. 

CARY memorials. [Descendants of John Cary, who set- 
tled in Duxbury, Mass., 1634.] By S. F. Cary. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio : 1874. 4to, 306 pages. 

Early families of CASEY in Rhode Island. By Gen. T. L. 
Casey. Newport, R. L : reprinted from the Magazine 
of New England History by R. H. Tilley, 1893. 8vo, 
46 pages. 

A genealogical history of the CASSEL family in America. 
Being the descendants of Julius Kassel or Yelles Cassel, 
of Kriesheim, Baden, Germany. Containing biographical 
sketches of prominent descendants, with illustrations. 
By Daniel Kolb Cassel. * * * Norristown, Pa.: 
Morgan R. Wills, publisher, 1896. 8vo, 465 pages, 
portraits. 

Genealogy of the CAVERLY family from the year 11 16 
to the year 1880, made profitable and exemplified by 
many lessons of life. [By R. B. Caverly.] Low^ell, 
Mass. : G. M. Elliott, publisher, 1880. i2mo, 196 pages, 
portrait. 



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Records of the CAVERNO family. [Descendants of 
Arthur Carverno, or Kavanagh, who came to New Hamp- 
shire, 1740.] By A. Caverno. Dover, N. H. : Morning 
Star print, 1874. i2mo, ^6 pages. 

A loving record of how we kept the [CHAMBERLAIN] 
golden wedding at home, together with some family 
history [of Peleg of Colchester, Ct, 1736]. 1827-1877. 
Cincinnati, Ohio: R. Clarke & Co., 1877. 8vo, 74 pages, 
edition of 50 copies. 

Statement of the line of descent from the first comer in 
New England [Richard of Braintree, Mass., 1642] of 
the branch of the CHAMBERLIN family of New- 
bury, Vt. * * * Prepared at Boston by Joseph 
Edgar Chamberlin, 1894. 8vo, 11 pages. 

One branch of the descendants of Thomas CHAMBER- 
LAIN of Woburn, Mass., 1644. Compiled by George 
W. Chamberlain. Printed for private distribution by 
Willis Brooks Chamberlain. Weymouth, Mass. : W^ey- 
mouth & Braintree Pub. Co., 1897. 8vo, 16 pages. 

CHAMBERLAIN Association of America. Report of 
meetings. * * * Boston: 1898. i2mo, 28 pages. 

CHAMBERLAIN Association of America. Report of 
general meeting, Aug. 1899. i2mo, 63 pages. 

The CHAMPION genealogy. A history of the descendants 
of Henry Champion of Saybrook and Lyme, Conn., to- 
gether with some account of other families of the name. 
By Francis Bacon Trowbridge. New Haven : printed for 
the author [press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor], 1891. 
8vo, 574 pages (paged i2.+ 2-h558 and blanks and 2 
pages of corrections), edition 500 copies, some copies il- 
lustrated. 



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The Christian mother. An address dehvered 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 genea- 
logical notice of the Champney and Park families. By 
Frederick Augustus Whitney, pastor of the church. 
Boston: Crosby, Nichols & Co., 1855. 8vo, 36 pages. 

History of the CHAMPNEY family, containing biograph- 
ical sketches, letters, reminiscences, etc. [Descendants 
of Richard Champney of Cambridge, Mass., 1634.] 
Illustrated. [By J. B. Champney.] Chicago: P. L. 
Hanscom & Co., printers, 1867. 8vo, 76 pages. 

The CHANDLER family. The descendants of William 
and Annis Chandler, who settled in Roxbury, Mass., 
1637. Collected by George Chandler, of Worcester, 
Mass. Printed for the family. Boston: press of David 
Clapp & Son, 1872. 8vo, 12 12 pages. 

The CHANDLER family. The descendants of William 
and Annis Chandler, who settled in Roxbury, Mass., 
1637. Collected by George Chandler, of Worcester, 
Mass. Printed for the family. Worcester, Mass. : press 
of Charles Hamilton, 1883. 8vo, 1315 pages, portraits, 
indexed, does not wholly supersede the former edition. 

The CHAPIN gathering. Proceedings at the meeting of 
the Chapin family, in Spring-field, Mass., Sept. 17, 1862. 
Springfield: printed by Samuel Bowles & Co., 1862. 
8vo, 97 pages. 

The CHAPIN genealogy, containing a very large propor- 
tion of the descendants of Dea. Samuel Chapin, who 
settled in Springfield, Mass., in 1642. Collected and 
compiled by Orange Chapin. * * * Northampton: 
printed by Metcalf & Co., 1862. 8vo, 368 pages. 



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A genealogical record, with short biographical sketches of 
some of the descendants of Capt. Josiah CHAPIN [son 
of Dea. Samuel of Roxbury, Mass., 1636], and includ- 
ing the history of some of the allied families, 1635- 
1889. [By Augustus A. Chapin.] Fort Wayne, Ind. : 
R. C. F. Rayhouse, printer, 1889. i2mo, 59 pages. 

CHAPINS who served in the French and Indian wars, 
1754-59; the Revolutionary war, 1775-83; the war of 
1 81 2- 1 5, and others. Compiled by Charles Wells 
Chapin. * * * Springfield, Mass.: 1895. ^^o^ ^5 
pages, biographical rather than genealogical. 

The CHAPMAN family; or the descendants of Robert 
Chapman, one of the first settlers of Saybrook, Conn. 
With genealogical notes of William Chapman, who set- 
tled in New London, Conn. ; Edward Chapman, who 
settled at Windsor, Conn. ; John Chapman of Stoning- 
ton. Conn. ; and Rev. Benjamin Chapman of Stoning- 
ton. Conn. By Rev. F. W. Chapman. * * * Hart- 
ford : printed by Case, Tiffany & Co., 1864. 8vo, 413 
pages. 

Descendants of Ralph CHAPMAN [an early settler of 
Duxbury, Mass., who died 1671]. By Charles B. Ger- 
ard, of Anderson, Ind. Newburgh, N. Y. : E. M. Rut- 
tenber & Son, printers, 1876. Sq. 8vo, 86 pages, in- 
dexes, edition 100 copies. 

Edward CHAPMAN of Ipswich, Mass., in 1644, and some 
of his descendants. Compiled by Rev. Jacob Chapman 
and Dr. W. B. Lapham. Portland, Me. : printed by 
B. Thurston & Co., 1878. 8vo, 34 pages, superseded by 
next title. 

A genealogy. Edward CHAPMAN of Ipswich, Mass., 
1642-78, and his descendants. By Jacob Chapman, 
A. M. Concord, N. H. : printed by the Republican 
Press Assoc, 1893. 8vo, 139 pages. 



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CHAPPELL family. By Phil. E. Chappell, 1893. Super- 
seded by next title. 

A genealogical history of the CHAPPELL, Dickie and 
other kindred families of Virginia. By Phil. E. Chappell. 
Kansas City, Mo. : Tiernan-Havens Printing Co., 1895. 
8vo, 209 pages, portrait, a second edition of 382 pages 
was issued in 1900, a preliminary pamphlet was issued 
in 1893. 

A tribute of affection to the memory of Professor Ira 
CHASE. [With a genealogical record of the Chase 
family of Newton, Mass.] Boston: 1865. 8vo, 94 
pages. 

[Pedigree of CHASE. By Nahum Chase. Albany N. Y. : 
1867.] 8vo, I page. 

A genealogical memoir of the CHASE family of Chesham, 
Bucks, in England, and of Hampton and Newbury in 
New England, with notices of some of their descendants. 
By George B. Chase. Boston: H. W. Button & Son, 
1869. 8vo, 19 pages. 

Genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Joseph 
CHASE, who died in Swanzey. His will proved March, 
1725. [By Hon. Oliver Chace.] Fall River, Mass.: 
printed by William S. Robertson, 1874. 8vo, 86 pages. 

Record of the descendants of Rev. Nathaniel CHASE of 
Bucksfield, Me. [descended from Aquila Chase, who 
died in Newbury, Mass., in 1670] ; with a brief account 
of his ancestry. Also records of some of the descendants 
of Edmund Chase of Minot, Me. [By W. B. Lapham.] 
Augusta, Me. : T. F. Murphy's Job Printing Office, 1878. 
8vo, 18 pages. 



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Genealogy of a portion of the descendants of William 
CHASE, who came to America in 1630 and died in 
Yarmouth, Mass., 1659. [By George W. Chase.] 
Washington, D. C. : 1886. 8vo, 31 pages, edition 200 
copies. 

Genealogy of Champion Spalding CHASE and Mary 
Sophronia Butterfield, his wife ^'' * * [descendant 
of Aquila Chase. By Champion S. Chase]. Omaha, 
Neb. : press of Chase & Eddy, 1894. 8vo, 19 pages. 

The CHATFIELD family, principally from records in the 
Naugatuck Valley, Conn, [relating to the descendants 
of Francis and Thomas of Guilford, Conn., 1639]. Com- 
piled by William C. Sharpe. Seymour, Conn. : [Record 
print], 1896. i2mo, 32 pages, 3 portraits, index. 

A genealogical table of the family of CHAUNCYS, taken 
partly from Sir Henry Chauncy's history of Hertford- 
shire, pages 55 to 61, and partly from a genealogical roll 
I have in my possession, and other information. — N. C. 
[Nathaniel Chauncy], Jan., 1787. Broadside. 

Memorials of the CHAUNCEYS * * * [descend- 
ants of Charles Chauncey of Plymouth, Mass., 1638]. 
By William Chauncey Fowler. Boston : Henry W. But- 
ton & Son, printers, 1858. 8vo, 336 pages. 

The CHECKLEY family. Reprinted from New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston, Mass.: 1848. 8vo, 
6 pages. 

CHEEVER pedigree. [Descendants of Ezekiel Cheever, 
the famous New England school-master, in the line of 
Prof. David W. Cheever, M. D., of Harvard College, 
and John H. Cheever of New York. Traced and ar- 
ranged by William B. Trask. Printed by John Wilson 
& Son, Cambridge: 1878. Chart, 22 x 38 inches, edition 
of 31 copies. 



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Ezekiel CHEEVER and some of his descendants. By 
John T. Hassam, A. M. [Reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register for Jan., 1879.] 8vo, 42 pages, 
with 22 pages of poetry added. 

Bartholomew and Richard CHEEVER [of Boston, Mass.] 
and some of their descendants. By John T. Hassam, A. 
M. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg- 
ister for July, 1882. 8vo, 11 pages. 

Ezekiel CHEEVER [of Boston, Mass.] and some of his 
descendants. By John T. Hassam, A. M. Parts first 
and second. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register for July, 1879, and April, 1884. Boston: 
press of David Clapp & Son, 1884. 8vo, 26 pages, and 
6 pages added in 1887. 

The CHEEVER family. [Descendants of Ezekiel of Bos- 
ton, 1637.] By John T. Hassam, A. M. Privately 
printed. Boston: 1896. 8vo, 54 pages. 

The CHENEY genealogy. [Descendants of Wm. and 
John, early of Roxbury, Mass.] Compiled by Charles 
Henry Pope. Boston, Mass. : 1897. 8vo, 582 pages, in- 
dexed. 

A biographical sketch of William CHESEBROUGH, the 
first white settler of Stonington, Conn. [1649, with a 
register of two generations of descendants.] By Amos 
S. Chesebrough, D. D. Hartford, Conn. : press of The 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1893. i2mo, 25 pages, 
the last four containing the genealogical register. 

Genealogy of the CHESMAN family in the United States 
from 1 71 3 to 1893 [being the descendants of George of 
Braintree, Mass.]. With appendix and reminiscence of 
his father's family. Collected by Samuel Chessman. 
[Salem, Ohio:] 1893. 8vo, loi pages, portrait. 



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Descendants of Leonard CHESTER of Blaby, Eng., and 
Wethersfield, Conn. [1635. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] Boston: David Clapp 
& Son, 1868. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogical notes of the families of CHESTER of Blaby, 
Leicestershire, Eng., and Wethersfield, Conn., New Eng- 
land. Compiled by Robt. Edmond Chester- Waters. 
Printed for the author. Leicester, Eng. : 1886. 8vo, 29 
pages. 

Genealogical chart of the CHESTER family, [thro' 
Leonard Chester of Wethersfield, Conn., 1635] together 
with other lineal ancestors of the compiler, J. Bayard 
Backus. [New York : Gill Engraving Co., 1893] . Chart, 
2x3 feet. 

Descendants of Christopher CHESTER [of Boston and 
Lancaster, Mass.], 1796- 1896. [By Arthur Herbert 
Chester. Concord, Mass.: 1896.] i2mo, 11 pages. 

Benj. CHILD. 1869. Chart 30x40 inches. 

Genealogies of the CHILD, Childs and Childe families of 
the past and present in the United States and the Can- 
adas from 1630 to 188 1. By Elias Child. Published 
for the author by Curtiss & Childs, printers, Utica, 
N. Y. : 1 88 1. 8vo, 842 pages, 10 portraits, 3 views, 
index. 

Sketch of the CHIPMAN family * * * By Rev. R. 
Manning Chipman of Wolcottville, Conn. [Boston: 
reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1 86 1.] 8vo, 4 pages, superseded by next title. 

The CHIPMx\N lineage, particularly as in Essex county, 
Mass. By R. Manning Chipman, Lisbon, Conn. 



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[Reprinted from the Hist. Coll. of the Essex Institute.] 
Salem: printed at the Salem Press, 1872. 8vo, 59 pages. 

CHIPMANS of Maine. [Descendants of Benjamin of 
Poland, Me., 1781, and his descent from John of Barn- 
stable, Mass., 1 63 1, ancestor of all the Chipmans in Amer- 
ica.] A genealogy. By Alberto Lee Chipman. Sab- 
bathday Lake, Me. : A. L. Chipman, publisher, 1897. 
i6mo, 44 pages. 

CHITTENDEN family: William Chittenden of Guilford, 
Conn. [1639], and his descendants. Compiled by Alvan 
Talcott, A. M., M. D. [Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & 
Taylor, New Haven: 1882.] 8vo, 262 pages, indexed. 

The CHOATES in America. 1643- 1896. John Choate 
and his descendants, Ipswich, Mass. By E. O. Jameson. 
* * * Boston, Mass. : Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 
1896. 8vo, 474 pages (paged 164-584), 78 illustra- 
tions. 

Creoles of St. Louis. [Being a genealogy of the descend- 
ants of Rene Auguste CHOUTEAU of Beam, France, 
who came to New Orleans in the last century.] By 
Paul Beckwith. St. Louis, Mo. : Nixon- Jones Printing 
Co., 1893. ^vo> 169 P^g^s, 5 folding charts. 

The CHRISTLIEB family. [Descendants of Frederick 
C. who came to Baltimore, Md., 1765 and settled at New- 
ville, Pa.] By Benj. F. Christlieb of Minnesota. 1895. 
8vo, 52 pages. 

The CHURCH family: A brief history and genealogy of 
Richard of Hartford and Richard of Plymouth, dating 
back to 1630. By Rev. Frederic Janes. Published 
by William C. Church, New York, 1878. 8vo, 6 pages, 
issued as a specimen sheet. 



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The CHURCH family. [By Rev. Alonzo H. Quint. 
Reprinted from the Dover Enquirer.] Dover, N. H. : 
1879. 8vo, 5 pages. 

The history of the CHURCH family [of Tiverton, R. I.]. 
Notes collected by Hon. Oliver Chase of Fall River and 
arranged by his nephew, Edward A. French. To which 
has been added many new and valuable notes collected 
by Vernon Wade [of Fall River, Mass.]. Edited by 
James N. Arnold. * * * Printed for the family. 
Edition 250 copies. Providence, R. I. : Narragansett 
Historical Publishing Co., 1887. 8vo, 85 pages. 

Some facts concerning the ancestors and descendants of 
Asaph CHURCHILL, ist, of Milton, Mass. Compiled 
by Gardner Aspah Churchill. Dorchester, Mass. : 1887. 
8vo, 18 pages. 

Thomas CHUTE, the first settler of Windham, Me., and 
his descendants. By W. Goold. Portland, Me. : 1882. 
8vo, 12 pages. 

A genealogy and history of the CHUTE family in Amer- 
ica, 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. 8vo, 517 pages, plates. 

CILLEY family. [Descendants of Capt. Robert Seely of 
Watertown, Mass., 1630, most of whom settled in New 
Hampshire.] Compiled by J. P. Cilley of Rockland, 
Me. 1877. 8vo, 54 pages (paged 7 + 47), the first 
seven pages contain remarks on the name, 5 portraits. 

The CLAPP family meeting at Northampton, Aug. 24, 
1870. Comprising the proceedings, the address, histori- 
cal and other papers, etc. Boston: printed by David 
Clapp & Son, 1870. 8vo, 67 pages. 



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The CLAPP memorial. Record of the Clapp family in 
America, containing sketches of the original six emi- 
grants, and a genealogy of their descendants bearing the 
name. With a supplement, and the proceedings at two 
family meetings. Ebenezer Clapp, compiler. Boston: 
David Clapp & Son, publishers, 1876. 8vo, 516 pages. 

Record of the family of David CLARK of Northampton, 
Mass., who was born Sept. 24, 1729, and died Nov. 13, 
1810. Collected and arranged by Lewis H. Clark of 
Sodus, Wayne county, N. Y. Syracuse: Summers & 
Brother, printers, 1857. 8vo, 13 pages. 

Records of the descendants of Hugh CLARK of Water- 
town, Mass., 1 640- 1 866. By John Clark, A. B. Bos- 
ton: printed for the author [by A. Mudge & Son], 
1866. 8vo, 260 pages. 

Records of some of the descendants of Thomas CLARKE, 
Plymouth. 1623- 1697. Compiled by Samuel C. Clarke. 
Boston: printed by David Clapp & Son, 1869. 8vo, 43 
pages. 

An account of the ancestors and descendants of John 
Lardner CLARK [from Thomas Clark, early of Milford, 
Conn.] and Sophia Marion Ross [from Dr. Alex. Ross 
of Mt. Hadley, N. J.], who were married ist Aug., 1797. 
By Clifford Stanley Sims. * * * Prescott, Canada: 
P. Byrne, printer, 1870. 8vo, 11 pages. 

The ancestry and the writings of the Rev. Dorus CLARKE. 
[A descendant of Lieut. Wm. Clarke of Northampton, 
Mass. 1659]. Printed for private circulation. 1876. 
8vo, 25 pages. 

Family records of George CLARKE and Daniel Kellogg, 
with their descendants. Compiled by the late Albert 
Clark of Washington, D. C. Published by Albert Clark 
Patterson. Washington, D. C. : 1877. 



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CLARKE papers. [Family of Stephen Clarke, of Mt. 
Holly, Vt., 1784.] * * * Home letters, familiar 
incidents and narrations linked for preservation. By 
Miss Hemenway. * * * Burlington, Vt. : Free 
Press and Times print, 1878. i6mo, 312 pages, mostly 
biographical and personal, only slightly genealogical on 
pages 18 to 20. 

A genealogical statement of the CLARKE family of Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1731 ; with review of the same. By Isaac J. 
Greenwood. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register for Jan. and April, 1879.] New York: 
for private distribution, 1879. ^^^^ ^ pages. 

A few genealogical items connected with the family de- 
scended from William CLARK, one of the original set- 
tlers of Haddam, Conn. ; especially in the line of Eben- 
ezer Clark, who from 1753 to 1800 lived in Washington, 
Conn. [By Salter S. Clark. New York: 1880.] 8vo, 
II pages. 

Jeremy CLARKE'S family. [Newport, R. L, 1649, ^or 
three generations.] An address before the Rhode 
Island Historical Society, March, 1879. ^Y H. E. 
Turner. Newport, R. I. : reprinted from the Newport 
Hist. Magazine by J. P. Sanborn, 1881. 8vo, 49 pages. 

A record of the descendants of John CLARK of Farming- 
ton, Conn. [1657.] The male branches brought down 
to 1882. The female branches one generation after the 
Clark name is lost in marriage. By Julius Gay. Hart- 
ford, Conn. : press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
Co., 1882. 8vo, 94 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Nathaniel CLARKE of 
Newbury, Mass. By George K. Clarke. Boston, 
Mass.: press of T. R. Marvin & so)n, 1883. 8vo, 120 
pages, superseded by the later work issued in 1885. 



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A record of some of the branches of the family of Simeon 
CLARK of Amherst, Mass., [a descendant of Lieut. 
Wilham Clark of Northampton, Mass., 1659]. As com- 
piled by him just previous to his death in 1883. 8vo, 
7 pages. 

CLARKE — Clark genealogy. Records of the descend- 
ants of Thomas Clarke, Plymouth, 1623- 1697. Com- 
piled by Rev. William W. Johnson. Published by the 
compiler. North Greenfield, Wis. : 1884. 8vo, 183 
pages, portraits, index. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Nathaniel CLARKE of 
Newbury, Mass. Ten generations. 1642- 1885. By 
George K. Clarke. Second edition, revised and 
enlarged. Boston: press of T. R. Marvin & Son, 1885. 
8vo, 216 pages, portraits, index. 

Materials for genealogies of certain families of CLARKS. 
early settled in Essex county [Mass.] Communicated 
by George K. Clarke. From Historical Collections of 
Essex Institute, 1889. 8vo, 10 pages. 

Ancestry of Gen. Emmons CLARK [descendant of William 
Clark of Dorchester, Mass., 1635]. Clark-Tillotson. 
Baldwin-Brockway. New York: 1891. 8vo, 28 pages, 
(and 4 pages blank), plate. 

History and genealogy of Samuel CLARK, Sr. [of Hemp- 
stead, N. Y. 1670]. * * * By Rev. Edgar W. 
Clark. St. Louis, Mo. : Nixon-Jones Printing Co., 1891. 
8vo, 106 pages, edition 120 copies, superseded by the 
later edition. 

History and genealogy of Samuel CLARK, Sr. [of Hemp- 
stead, N. Y., 1670], and his descendants, from 1636- 
1892, 256 years. By Rev. Edgar W. Clark, Pana, 111. 
Second edition. St. Louis, Mo. : Nixon-Jones Printing 



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Co., 1892. 8vc, 182 pages, of which the last 60 pages 
were added in 1897, portraits, arms, indexes, edition 200 
copies. 

CLARKE'S Kindred Genealogies. A genealogical history 
of certain descendants of Joseph Clarke, 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, A. M., M. D., 
* * * Cambridge, Mass. : The Harvard Printing 
Co., 1896. 8vo, 176 pages, 8 plates. 

The history and genealogy of our branch of the CLARK 
family [descended from John of Colerain, Mass., 1745] 
and its connections * * * ]-)y George Washington 
Clark with a brief account of the origin and derivation 
of the surname Clark by Charles Lamartine Clark. De- 
troit : Morrison Printing Co., 1898. 8vo, 74 pages, 
portrait. 

The CLARKSONS of New York. [Descendants of Mat- 
thew of New York, 1686] a sketch. New York: 1875. 
8vo, 2 vols., edition 75 copies, biographical. 

Genealogical history of Thomas Boston CLARKSON 
[born in Charleston, S. C, 1809] and Sarah Caroline 
Clarkson, nee Heriot. 1877. ^^o, 4 pages. 

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. Phila. : 1890. 259 pages, 
biographical, rather than genealogical, edition 200 copies. 

Stephen CLASON of Stamford, Conn., in 1654, and some 
of his descendants. Compiled * * * by W. B. 
Lapham. Augusta, Me. : Kennebec Journal Print, 1892. 
8vo, 160 pages, 2 portraits. 



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The family of CLAY of New Castle, Delaware and Phila- 
delphia. [Descendants of Robert Clay of Philadelphia, 
1710. By Col. Cecil Clay]. Washington, D. C. : Gibson 
Bros., printers, 1895. 8vo, 51 pages. 

Norton F. CLAYPOOL of Virginia, with genealogy. By 
Edward A. Claypoole of Chicago. 1892. 8vo, 4 pages. 

Genealogy of the CLAYPOOLE family of Philadelphia, 
1588-1893. By Rebecca Irwin Graff. Philadelphia: 
1893. 8vo, 196 pages, index, plates, edition 200 copies. 
An appendix of 15 pages was issued the next year. 

A genealogy of Benjamin CLEVELAND, a great-grand- 
son of Moses Cleveland of Woburn, Mass., and a native 
of Canterbury, Conn., with an appendix. Compiled by 
his great-grandson Horace Gillette Cleveland. Chi- 
cago: printed for the compiler, 1879. 8vo, 260 pages, 
portrait, some copies lack portrait and appendix. 

A genealogical register of the descendants of Moses 
CLEVELAND of Woburn, Mass., an emigrant in 1635 
from England, with a sketch of the Clevelands of Vir- 
ginia and the Carolinas. By James Butler Cleveland 
of Oneonta, N. Y. Albany, N. Y. : Munsell, printer, 
1 88 1. 8vo, 48 pages, arms, gives the early generations 
only, superseded by the 1 899 work. 

Excerpts from genealogical records; showing lineage of 
Hon. Grover CLEVELAND. By H. G. Cleveland of 
Cleveland, Ohio: 1884. 4to, 4 pages. 

An account of the lineage of General Moses CLEVE- 
LAND of Canterbury (Windham co.), Conn., the 
founder of the city of Cleveland, Ohio. Compiled by his 
kinsman H. G. Cleveland. ^ ^ ^ Cleveland, Ohio : 
William W. WilHams, printer, 1885. 4to, 14 pages, 
arms, portraits, view. 
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The genealogy of the CLEVELAND and Cleaveland fanii- 
hes. An attempt to trace, in the male and female lines, 
the posterity of Moses Cleveland * * * of Woburn, 
Mass., [1643], Alexander Cleveland of Prince William 
county, Virginia. * * * Compiled by Edmund 
Janes Cleveland and Horace Gillette Cleveland. Illus- 
trated. In three volumes. Hartford, Conn. : Case, Lock- 
wood & Brainard Co., 1899. 8vo, 2894 pages, 78 illus- 
trations, indexes. 

COATES genealogy. By Henry T. Coates. Philadel- 
phia: 1885. 8vo, 171 pages, edition 80 copies, for the 
family only. 

Autobiography of * * * Sylvanus COBB, D. D. 
With memoir and genealogy. By Sylvanus Cobb, Jr. 
Boston: 1867. 8vo, 552 pages. 

Ancestors and descendants of Francis and Ebenezer COBB 
of Plympton, Mass., and Cornish, N. H., [1785. By 
Rev. Levi H. Cobb. New York: 1897.] 8vo, 8 pages, 
gives one line from Henry of Scituate, Mass., 1633. 

The COCHRAN-Inglis family of Halifax [being the de- 
scendants of Joseph Cochran who settled there in 1761]. 
By Rev. Arthur W. H. Eaton, B. A. Halifax, N. S. : 
C. H. Ruggles & Co., 1899. 8vo, 18 pages. 

Record of the COE family, 1596-1856. [Descendants of 
Robert Coe of Stamford, Conn. By Rev. D. B. Coe.] 
New York: John A. Gray's Printing Office, 1856. 8vo, 
14 pages. 

Record of the COE family. [By D. B. Coe. Reprinted 
by Ebenezer Coe of Bangor, Me., with two pages added 
on the descendants of Rev. Curtis Coe of Durham, 
N. H.] 1859. 8vo, 16 pages. 



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COE — Ward memorial and immigrant ancestors * * * 
[descendants of Robert Coe of Jamaica, L. L, 1656 and 
Ensign Wm. Ward of Middletown, Ct., 1655 ^^^ notes 
on related families. By Levi E. Coe] . Meriden, Ct. : 
Converse Pub. Co., 1897. 8vo, 136 pages, indexed, edi- 
tion 150 copies. 

The memoir and journals of Rev. Paul COFFIN, D. D. 
By Cyrus Woodman, Esq. Portland, Me. : B. Thurs- 
ton, steam printer, 1855. 8vo, 181 pages, containing a 
few genealogical items. 

Genealogy of the early generations of the COFFIN 
family in New England. [By Sylvanus J. Macy]. 
From the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: 
David Clapp & Son, printers, 1870. 8vo, 17 pages. 

Tristram [COFFIN] and his grand-children. By one of 
them [Harriet B. Worron]. Nantucket, Mass.: printed 
for the author, 1881. i2mo, 261 pages, an account, in 
the form of a story, of the descendants. 

The COFFIN family. The life of Tristram Coffin of Nan- 
tucket, Mass., founder of the family line in x\merica; 
together with reminiscences and anecdotes of his numer- 
ous descendants, and some historical information con- 
cerning the ancient families named Coffyn. Nantucket, 
Mass.: published by Hussey & Robinson, 1881. 8vo, 
64 pages. 

The COFFIN family, its armorial bearings and origin of 
the name. By John Coffin Jones Brown. Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Oct., 
1 88 1. 8vo, 8 pages, 2 plates of arms. 

The life of Admiral Sir Isaac COFFIN, Baronet. His 
English and American ancestors. By Thomas C. 
Amory. Boston: Cupples, Upham & Company, 1886. 
8vo, 141 pages, portrait. 



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Early wills illustrating the ancestry of Harriot COFFIN. 
By her grandson William S. Appleton. Boston: press 
of D. Clapp & Son, 1893. 8vo, 86 pages. 

Gatherings toward the genealogy of the COFFIN family 
[of Newbury, Mass.]. By W. S. Appleton. Boston: 
press of David Clapp & Son, 1896. 8vo, 53 pages. 

Address delivered at the COGGESHALL family reunion, 
Newport, R. I., September 9, 1884. By Hon. Henry J. 
Coggeshall of Waterville, N. Y. [1884.] 8vo, 25 pages. 

The COGGESHALL coat of arms. [By S. W. Cogges- 
hall]. Pocasset, Mass. : 1876. Chart. 

The family of COGHILL, 1377- 1879. [Ancestors and 
descendants of James of Virginia before 1700.] With 
some sketches of their maternal ancestors, the Slingsbys 
of Scriven Hall. By James Henry Coghill. Cam- 
bridge: printed at the Riverside Press, 1879. ^^o, 193 
pages. 

The COGSWELLS in America. [Descendants of John 
of Ipswich, Mass., 1635- 1884.] By E. O. Jameson. 
Printed at Boston, Mass. : by Alfred Mudge & Son, 1884. 
8vo, 21-1-683 ps-ges, portraits, indexes. 

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, A. M. * * * 
Hartford : press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 
1874. 8vo, 341 pages. 

Mehetabel Chandler COIT. Her book. 17 14. [A diary 
relating to a part of the descendants of John Coit of New 
London, Conn. 1650. By M. P. Oilman.] Norwich, 
Conn. : Bulletin print, 1895. i2mo, 19 pages. 



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History of the COLBY family [descendants of Anthony 
of Boston, 1630], with genealogical tables. By James 
W. Colby. Waltham, Mass.: [1895.] 8vo, 123 pages, 
(paged 100 -1-23), 50 illustrations. 

Genealogical notes of the COLDEN family in America. 
By Edwin R. Purple. * * * New York : privately 
printed, 1873. 4to, 24 pages, reprinted from the N. Y. 
Gen. and Biog. Record, with broad margins. 

Isaac Kool (Cool or COLE) and Catharine Serven, mar- 
ried Oct. 15, 1764, at Tappan, N. Y. Their descendants 
complete to May i, 1876. Also theii; American ances- 
tors from the settlement of New York City. Compiled 
for the family by Rev. David Cole, D. D., * * * 
one of their grandchildren. New York : John F. Trow 
& Son, printers, 1876. 8vo, 269 pages, 21 portraits, 2 
indexes of given and surnames. 

The early genealogies of the COLE families of America 
(including COLES and COWLES), * * * By 
Frank T. Cole. Columbus, Ohio: 1887. 8vo, 32^-308 
pages, 14 plates, indexes. 

The history and genealogy of the COLEGROVE family 
in America [descendants of Francis of Warwick, R. L, 
about 1683], with biographical sketches, portraits, etc. 
By William Colegrove, D. D., LL. D. Chicago, 111. : 
published by the author, 1894. i2mo, 792 pages. 

The COLEMAN family, descendants of Thomas Coleman 
[of Nantucket, Mass., 1636], in line of the oldest son. 
Nine generations. 1598 to 1867, 269 years. Philadel- 
phia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1867. 8vo, 24 pages, see 
next title. 

The COLEMAN family, descendants of Thomas Coleman 
of Nantucket, in line of the oldest son. Ten generations. 



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i6o2 to 1898 — 296 years. [By Silas B. Goleman]. 
Detroit, Mich. : 1898. 8vo, 36 pages, 3 indexes. 

The Genealogist. [Principally devoted to the records of 
the COLLAMER family.] Washington, D. C. : N. L. 
Collamer. Vol. I, Nos. 1-4. Sept.-Dec, 1887. i8mo, 
44 pages. 

Cyclopedia of biography, containing a history of the family 
and descendants of John COLLIN, a former resident 
of Milford, Conn., to which is appended a notice of their 
kindred, near and remote, by blood and affinity. [By 
John F. Collin]. Hudson: M. P. Williams, Register 
and Gazette Office, 1872. 8vo, 124 pages. 

Report to the COLLINS Association of Vermont [con- 
taining pedigrees]. By Columbus Smith. Middlebury, 
Vt. : [printed at the Register Job Office] 1865. 8vo, 
15 pages. 

Report in relation to the claim .of the heirs at law of Samuel 
COLLINS, dec'd, late of Waterford, N. J., to any un- 
settled estate in England; by the examination of the 
records in the prerogative court of Canterbury, principal 
registry of probate in the city of London, Eng. By 
John Clement, Haddonfield, N. J. Trenton, N. J. : Wm. 
T. Nicholson & Co., printers, 1871. 8vo, 54 pages. 

Genealogy of the three daughters of Samuel and Rosanna 
COLLINS, late of Waterford, N. J. * * * By 
John Clement of Haddonfield, N. J. Philadelphia: 
Leisenring Printing House, 1871. 8vo, 13 pages. 

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. Phila- 
delphia: printed by J. B. Lippincott Co., 1893. 8vo, 164 
pages, illustrated. 



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COLLINS address by Dr. S. C. Beane, Newburyjort, 1892. 

Ancestors of William Adams COLLORD and Rebecca 
Severns his wife [of Cincinnati. By Isora Collord. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio: 1899]. 8vo, 44 pages, 100 copies. 

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. Boston : David Clapp & Son, print- 
ers, 1896. 8vo, 50 pages, indexed. 

Pedigree of the CONANT family. Compiled by F. O. 
Conant. Portland, Me.: 1884. Chart, 18x38 inches, 
superseded by the later work. 

A history and genealogy of the CONANT family in Eng- 
land and America, thirteen generations, 1520- 1887. By 
Frederick Odell Conant. Privately printed. Portland, 
Me.: 1887. 8vo, 16 +-640 pages, arms, 30 plates, in- 
dexed. 

A genealogy of one branch of the CONANT family. 1581- 
1890. Arranged for Moses Conant Warren, by Emily 
Wilder Leavitt. Boston, Mass. : printed for private cir- 
culation, [Alfred Mudge & Son], 1890. 8vo, 18 pages. 

Genealogical record of the CONDIT family, descendants 
of John Cunditt, a native of Great Britain who settled in 
Newark, N. J. 1678- 1885. Also an appendix contain- 
ing a brief record of the Harrison, Williams, Pier- 
son, Smith, Lindsley, Munn and Whitehead 
families. By Jotham H. Condit and Eben Condit. 
Newark, N. J. : printed and published by Ward & Tiche- 
nor, 1885. 8vo, 410 pages, 12 indexes. 

Thomas Kunders [or CONRx\D, of Germantown, Pa., 
1683] and his children. Also a list of the descendants. 



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* * * By Henry C. Conrad. Wilmington, Del. : 
press of W. Costa, 1891. i2mo, 128 pages. 

Family records of Deacons James W. CONVERSE and 
Elisha S. Converse. Compiled and edited by William 
G. Hill. Maiden, Mass. : privately printed, 1887. 8vo, 
iv-i-241 pages, indexed. 

Family history in the line of Joseph CONVERS of Bed- 
ford, Mass., 1 739- 1 828. John Jay Putnam, compiler 
and editor. Worcester, Mass. : F. S. Blanchard & Co., 
1897. 8vo, 97 pages, plate. 

A brief study in genealogy. Connin, Conny, Cony, Coney, 
CONY. By one of the family [Hon. Joseph H. Wil- 
liams of Augusta, Me.]. Cambridge: John Wilson & 
Son, 1885. 8vo, 39 pages, edition 50 copies, for private 
distribution. 

A memorial of Francis COOK, one of the " first comers " 
of the Plymouth colony, Dec. 22, 1620, and of his imme- 
diate descendants. By Henry Cook. Boston: printed 
for private distribution, 1870. 8vo, 20 pages. 

A genealogy of the families bearing the name COOKE or 
Cook. Principally in Massachusetts and Connecticut. 
By James Cook. Lowell, Mass. : Vox Populi Press, 
Huse, Goodwin & Co., 1882. 8vo, 36 pages, plates. 

Descendants of Mordecai COOKE of '' Mordecai's Mount," 
Gloucester county, Virginia, 1650. By William Carter 
Stubbs, Ph. D., Audubon Park, New Orleans, La. New 
Orleans: L. Graham & Son, 1896. 8vo, 48 pages. 

Chart of the descendants of Joseph COOLIDGE. B[orn] 
1 719, of Boston, Mass., [great-grandson of John of 
Watertown, Mass.] * h^ * Designed and prepared 
by Lieut.-Col. Charles Austin Coolidge, U. S. Army. 
[1897]. Chart, 25 X 37 inches, lithographed. 



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Descendants of James COOPER of Stratford-upon-Avon 
[and Philadelphia, Pa., 1683], the ancestors of James 
Fenimore Cooper, the novelist. 1661-1879. [By W. 
W. Cooper.] Washington, D. C. : 1879. Chart 18 x 22 
inches. 

Descendants of Peter COOPER of Rowley, Mass. [1643.] 
By the late Albion K. P. Cooper of Brooklyn, N. Y. 
[Reprinted from the Maine Hist, and Gen. Recorder for 
1885.] Portland, Me.: S. M. Watson, 1885. 8vo, 11 
pages. 

Thomas COOPER of Boston [1675] ^^^ his descendants. 
By Frederick Tuckerman of Amherst, Mass. (Re- 
printed from the 'New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for 
Jan., 1890.) Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 
1890. 8vo, II pages. 

Descendants of Daniel COOPER and Grace Runyon, 
Long Hill, Morris co., N. J. Collected by Arthur E. 
Cooper. Cooper's Plains, N. Y. : 1896. Chart, 22x28 
inches, in tree form, folded in cloth cover. 

A record of the COPE family, as established in America 
by Oliver Cope, who came from England to Pennsyl- 
vania about the year 1682. * * * By Gilbert Cope. 
Philadelphia: King & Baird, printers, 1861. 8vo, 251 
pages. 

Ancestral chart [ancestors of Herman COPE of West 
Chester, Pa.]. By Gilbert Cope, 1879. Chart 12x18 
inches. 

A genealogical record of the CORLISS family of America; 
including partial records of some of the families con- 
nected by intermarriage. * * * Compiled from 
public and private records. By Augustus W. Corliss. 
* * * Yarmouth, Me. : 1875. ^vo, 337 pages. 



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CORNELL genealogy. [One line of descendants of 
Thomas Cornell, who settled in Portsmouth, R. L] By 
H. H. H. Crapo Smith. Detroit, Mich. : 1896. i page, 
9x14 inches. 

The CORWIN genealogy (Curwin, Curwen, Corwine) in 
the United States. By Edward Tanjore Corwin, Mill- 
stone, N. J. * * * New York : S. W. Green, printer, 
1872. 8vo, 284 pages. 

The parentage of Matthias CORWIN of Southold, L. I., 
and his relationship to George Corwin of Salem, Mass. 
By Henry F. Waters. Reprint from the Essex Insti- 
tute Hist. Collections. Salem: 1881. 8vo, 19 pages. 

Pedigree of COTTON. Compiled principally from a 
pedigree in volume I of the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register. * * * [Reprinted from Drake's Boston, 
folio edition.] Chart, 13x21 inches. 

The EngHsh ancestry of Rev. John COTTON of Boston. 
By H. G. Somerby of London. Reprinted from the 
Heraldic Journal for April, 1868. Boston, U. S. A.: 
Henry W. Dutton & Son, printers, 1868. 8vo, 12 pages. 

COWLES family tree. Descendants of John of Hartford, 
Conn., 1635. From an original made about 1850, copied 
by Capt. C. D. Cowles. Washington, D. C. : 1895. 
16x20 inches, lithographed in tree form. 

Preliminaries to a history of the COWLEY family, includ- 
ing the Cooley, Colley, Coley, Calley, Cayley, Culley, 
Curley, Cowles and Wellesley branches. [By Rev. Ed- 
ward Cowley.] Lowell, Mass. : Franklin Printing Co., 
1 88 1. i8mo, 35 pages. 

COX genealogy. Some materials toward a history of the 
early Cox families of New England. By Rev. John H. 



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Cox of Lexington, Mass. [Boston, Mass. : 1898-9.] 
Svo, 40 pages, issued in 5 parts, quarterly, of 8 pages each. 

Proceedings of the Historical Association of New England 
COX Families. No. i. 1899. Svo, 8 pages. 

The CRAFTS family. A genealogical and biographical 
history of the descendants of Griffin and Alice Craft of 
Roxbury, Mass., 1630- 1890. Compiled by James M. 
Crafts and William F. Crafts. Northampton, Mass. : 
Gazette Printing Co., 1893. 8vo, 803 pages, 41 illustra- 
tions. 

The genealogy of the CRAGIN family, being the descend- 
ants of John Cragin of Woburn, Mass., from 1652 to 
1858. By Charles H. Cragin, A. M., M. D. Wash- 
ington, D. C. : W. H. Moore, printer, i860. 8vo, 38 
pages. 

The CRAIGHEAD family. A genealogical memoir of 
the descendants of Rev. Thomas and Margaret Craig- 
head, 1 658- 1 876. By Rev. James Geddes Craighead, 
D.D. Printed for the descendants. Philadelphia, Pa.: 
1876. i2mo, 173 pages. 

Family register. [One branch of the descendants of Sim- 
eon CRANDALL of Washington co., R. L, and of Aaron 
Ott. By F. Ott. Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, printer, 
i860.] i2mo, 8 pages, edition 50 copies. 

Genealogy of a branch of the CRANDALL family [de- 
scendants of Rev. John Crandall of Providence, 1637]. 
By A. P. Crandall, Palmyra, N. Y. 1888. W. L Cran- 
dall, publisher, Chattanooga, Tenn. 12 mo, 63 pages. 

Henry CRANE of Milton, Mass., 1654, and some of his 
descendants. Compiled for Mr. Albert Crane, A. B.., 
LL. B. Boston: privately printed [reprinted with im- 



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portant additions from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register], 1893. ^^^> ^6 pages, folding pedigree, illus- 
trated. 

Genealogy of the CRANE family. Vol. i. Descendants 
of Henry Crane of Wethersfield and Guilford, Conn , 
with sketch of the family in England. By Ellery Bick- 
nell Crane. Worcester, Mass. : press of Charles Hamil- 
ton, 1895. 8vo, 201 pages, plates, indexes. 

Genealogy of the CRANE family. Vol. 2. Descendants 
of Benjamin of Wethersfield, Conn., John of Coventry, 
Conn., Jasper of New Haven, and Stephen of Elizabeth- 
town, N. J. By Ellery Bichnell Crane. Worcester, 
Mass. : press of Charles Hamilton, 1900. 8vo, 640 pages, 
plates, indexes. 

The two governors, CRANSTON. [John and Samuel of 
Newport, R. I. 1676- 1698.] By Henry E. Turner, 
M. D. Newport, R. I. : reprinted from the Narragansett 
Hist. Register, 1889. 8vo, 52 pages. 

History of the Greter, Grater or CRATER family. [De- 
scendants of Jacob of Philadelphia, Pa., 1733.] By 
Lewis Crater. [Reading, Pa. : B. F. Owen & Co., 
printers, 1894.] 8vo, 2y pages, portrait. 

Laurus Crawfurdiana. Memorials of that branch of the 
CRAWFORD family which comprises the descendants 
of John Crawford of Virginia, 1660- 1883. With notices 
of allied families. Privately printed for compiler. 
[Robert L. Crawford]. New York: 1883. 8vo, 194 
pages. 

A genealogy of the CREHORE family. By Charles 
Frederic Crehore, M. D. 1887 : press of Ware & Eaton, 
Wellesley Hills, Mass. 8vo, 34 -h 1 1 pages. 



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History of the CREIGH family [kindred of John Creigh 
of CarHsle, Pa., 1762. By Thos. A. Creigh. Omaha, ^ 
Neb.: 1893]. ^^o, 7 pages. 

Genealogy of the CRESSEY family. Descendants of 
Mighill Cressey (Mighel Cresse) of Salem and Ipswich, 
Mass. By George Brainard Blodgette, A. M. From 
the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for April, 1877. 
Boston: 1877. 8vo, 10 pages. 

Descendants of Solomon CRESSON and Anna Watson. 
By C. C. Cresson. Germantown, Pa. : privately printed, 
1888. 4to, 2 pages. 

A CROSBY family. Josiah Crosby [of Amherst, N. H., 
and] Sarah Fitch * * * and their descendants. 
By their grandson Nathan Crosby of "Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. : Stone, Huse & Co., printers, 1877. 8vo, 
143 pages, 7 portraits. 

A brief account of the ancestry and descendants of William 
Bedlow CROSBY of New York [1813], and of Harriet 
Ashton Clarkson, his wife. By Ernest Howard Crosby. 
Reprinted from the New York Gen. and Biog. Record, 
1899. 8vo, 24 pages, 3 illustrations. 

A record of the CROZER family of Bucks co., Penn. 
Trenton, N. J. : Murphey & Bechtel, printers, 1866. 8vo, 
29 pages. 

The CRUGER family in America. A genealogical chart 
showing the descendants of John Cruger [of New York. 
1700] and their allegiances during early history and at 
different periods. By B. D. Hasell. New York: 1892. 
Chart 2x3 feet, lithographed. 

Genealogy of the CULBERTSON and Culberson families 
who came to America before 1800 * * * By Lewis 
R. Culbertson, M. D. Zanesville, Ohio: The Courier 
Co., printers, 1893. 8vo, 316 pages. 



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Supplement to the CULBERTSON genealogy. By Lewis 
R. Culbertson, M. D., Zanesville, Ohio. Cincinnati : The 
Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic, 1896. 8vo, 38 pages. 

A record of the CUMMINGS family. Branch of Deacon 
Jonathan [of Merrimac, Mass.], born June 5, 1729. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. : Royal Cummings' Printing House, 
1 88 1. i6mo, 8 pages, edition 50 copies. 

The CUMMINGS family. [Early generations of descend- 
ants of Isaac of Ipswich, Mass., 1642, and other informa- 
tion collected by Royal Cummings. White River Junc- 
tion, Vt. : 1889. i6mo, 3 pages. 

Isaac CUMMINGS of Topsfield, Mass. [1638] and some 
of his descendants. [By George Francis Dow and 
others]. Topsfield, Mass.: 1899. 8vo, 39 pages, 3 
plates. 

Genealogical memoir of the CUNNABELL, Conable or 
Connable family. John Cunnabell of London, Eng., and 
Boston, Mass., and his descendants, 1650- 1886. By 
Edwards J. Connable of Jackson, Mich., and John B. 
Newcomb of Elgin, 111. Jackson, Mich. : Daily Citizen 
Book Printing House, 1886. 8vo, 187 pages, indexes, 
plates. 

Records of some of the descendants of William CURTIS, 
Roxbury, 1632. Compiled from the MS. of Miss Cath- 
arine P. Curtis, and other sources. By Samuel C. 
Clarke. Boston: printed by David Clapp & Son, 1869. 
8vo, 29 pages, index. 

Thomas CURTIS, [of] Wethersfield, Conn., [1639 and 
six generations of descendants]. Compiled by Charles 
B. Curtis. New York: 1899. Chart, 8x23 inches. 



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The genealogy of the GUSHING family. [Descendants 
of Matthew Gushing of Hingham, Mass., 1638.] By 
Lemuel Gushing, M. A., B. G. L. Montreal : Lovell 
Printing and Publishing Go., 1877. i2mo, 117 pages. 

Genealogy of the GUSHING family. [One line of de- 
scendants of Matthew of Hingham. By Mrs. William 
Tileston Gushing. New York: American Bank Note 
Go., 1884.] i2mo, 19 pages, of which the last 7 were 
added ten years later. 

The proceedings at the GUSHMAN celebration, Ply- 
mouth, Aug. 15, 1855, in commemoration of the em- 
barkation of the Plymouth pilgrims from Southampton, 
Eng. ; together with an account of the services at the 
grave of Elder Thomas Gushman, Aug. 16, 1855. Bos- 
ton: J. M. Hewes, printer, 1855. 8vo, 76 pages. 

A historical and biographical genealogy of the GUSH- 
MANS, the descendants of Robert Gushman, the Puri- 
tan, from the year 161 7 to 1855. By Henry Wyles 
Gushman. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1855. 8vo, 
665 pages. 

Proceedings at the consecration of the GUSHMAN monu- 
ment at Plymouth, Sept. 16, 1858: including the dis- 
course and poem delivered on that occasion, together 
with a list of contributors to the monument. Boston: 
published by Little, Brown & Go., 1859. ^^^^ 9^ pages. 

A genealogical record of several families bearing the name 
of GUTLER in the United States. By Rev. Abner 
Morse, A. M. Boston: Samuel G. Drake, 1867. 8vo, 
80 pages. 

A GUTLER memorial and genealogical history, contain- 
ing the names of a large proportion of the Gutlers in the 
United States and Ganada, and a record of many indi- 
vidual members of the family, with an account also of 



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Other families allied to the Cutlers by marriage. Com- 
piled by Nahum S. Cutler, Greenfield, Mass. Press of 
E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, Mass.: 1889. 8vo, 665 
pages, 23 portraits, arms, indexes. 

CUTLER genealogy. 1606 to 1897. [Descendants of 
James of Watertown, Mass., 1634.] By Ephraim 
Mower. [Worcester, Mass.:] 1897. ^^o, 20 pages, 
folded chart. 

A history of the CUTTER family of New England. The 
compilation of the late Dr. Benjamin Cutter of Woburn, 
Mass. Revised and enlarged by William Richard Cut- 
ter. * * * Boston : printed by David Clapp & Son, 
1 87 1 -5. 8vo, 420 pages, including the supplement of 55 
pages printed in 1875. 

Genealogy of the CUTTS family in America. [Being the 
descendants of John, Richard and Robert of Portsmouth, 
N. H., 1646, and embracing numerous allied families of 
historical note in Maine, New Hampshire and elsewhere, 
including Shipway, Penhallow, Vaughan, Waldron, 
Screven, Elliot, Barrell, Bartlett, Butler, Carter, Libby, 
Ramsdell, Shannon, Rust, etc.] By C. H. C. Howard. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, 1892. 8vo, 658 
pages, numerous portraits, indexes. 

Sketch of the DABNEYS of Virginia, with some of their 
family records. Collected and arranged by William H. 
Dabney of Boston. Chicago : press of S. D. Childs & 
Co., 1888. 8vo, 206 pages. 

DADE family of Virginia. Reprinted from " Virginia 
Genealogies," by Rev. H. E. Hayden. Wilkesbarre, Pa. : 
1 89 1. 8vo, 3 pages, edition 50 pages. 

DALLAS of Cantray and Saint Martins, Scotland. * * * 
Dallas of Philadelphia, Pa. * * * founded by 



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Alexander Dallas, son of Robert. [By A. J. Dallas. 
Philadelphia: 1877.] 8vo, 19 pages. 

The name of DALRYMPLE; with the genealogy of one 
branch of the family in the United States. [Descend- 
ants of Thomas, who came from Scotland about 1730, 
and settled at Sudbury, Mass.] By W. H. Dalrymple. 
Haverhill, Mass. : printed by the author, 1878. i8mo, 
68 pages. 

[The DALTON and Batcheller pedigree. Communi- 
cated to the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Oct., 
1873. By W. H. Whitmore.] 8vo, 6 pages. 

DAMON memorial, or notices of three Damon families 
who came from Old England to New England in the 
17th century. By Samuel Chenery Damon. Hono- 
lulu, H. L: 1882. i2mo, 148 pages, portrait of author, 
arms, views. 

Genealogy of the Philadelphia branch of the DAMON 
family of Massachusetts. [By Albert F. Damon.] 
Philadelphia: 1896. 8vo, 39 pages. 

Memoranda of some of the descendants of Richard DANA 
[of Cambridge, Mass. 1640]. Compiled by Rev. 
John Jay Dana. Boston: printed by Wm. H. Chandler 
& Co., 1865. 8vo, 64 pages. 

DANA chart. Descendants of Capt. William and Mary 
(Bancroft) Dana. 1770. Compiled by William D. 
Ewart. 1870. Broadside, 18x24 inches. 

Memoir of the late Hon. Samuel DANA, by his son, James 
Dana. Also, memoirs of the late Capt. Luther Dana 
and his sons, James Freeman, Samuel Luther and Na- 
thaniel Giddings Dana. By Mrs. James Freeman Dana. 
With notes of recollections of Dr. Samuel L. Dana, by 
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his friend, Dr. A. A. Hayes. Cambridge : press of John 
Wilson & Son, 1877. 8vo, 46 pages. 

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 John Ward Dean.] h^ * * 1854. 
8vo, 16 pages, reprinted from the Register. 

Fifth meeting of the DANFORTH family in America. 
Held in Boston, September i, 1886. Boston: G. E. 
Littlefield, 1886. 8vo, 40 pages. 

Report of the sixth meeting of the DANFORTH family 
held at Chicago, July 20th, 1893. Boston, Mass.: 
[Smith & Porter Press,] 1893. 8vo, 44 pages. 

The DANIELL family. A genealogy of Robert Daniell 
and some of his descendants. By Moses Grant Daniell. 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Regis- 
ter], 1874. 8vo, 19 pages. 

Memorial to my honored kindred, by Charles W. DAR- 
LING. 1888. IJtica, N. Y. 8vo, 112 pages, edition 1000 
copies. 

Sesqui-centennial gathering of the clan DARLINGTON 
[descendants of Abraham and John, who came to Penn- 
sylvania before 171 1] at the residence of Brinton Dar- 
lington, in East Bradford, Chester co.. Pa., on the 20th 
of August, 1853. Printed [by E. C. Darlington of Lan- 
caster, Pa.] by request of the tribe, 1853. 8vo, 52 
pages. 

DART genealogy. [Descendants of Richard of New 
London, Conn., 1644.] By William C. Sharpe. Sey- 
mour, Conn.: [Record Print] 1888. i2mo, 16 pages. 



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A history and genealogy of the DAVENPORT family in 
England and America, from A. D. 1086 to 1850. * * * 
By A. Benedict Davenport. New York : S. W. Benedict, 
1 85 1. 1 2mo, 398 pages. 

A supplement to the history and genealogy of the DAV- 
ENPORT family in England and America * * * 
published in 1851 and continued to 1876. By Amzi 
Benedict Davenport. * * * Printed for the 
family. Stamford, Conn. : 1876. i2mo, 432 pages. 

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. Balti- 
more: press of the Friedenwald Co., 1892. 8vo, 16 
pages, portrait. 

DAVIDSON genealogical charts. [Descendants of Wm. 
who came from north of Ireland, 1728.] 1887. 5 
pages. 

DAVIES memoir. A genealogical and biographical mono- 
graph on the family and descendants of John Davies of 
Litchfield, Conn, [who came to America, 1735]. By 
Henry Eugene Davies. Privately printed: 1895. 4to, 
138 pages, arms, indexes. 

The DAVIS family record. Edited by Chas. H. S. Davis, 
M. D. A monthly journal devoted to the history and 
genealogy of the Davis family. Meriden, Conn. : Vol. 
I, Nos. 1-8., 1867-8. 8vo, 64 pages. 

Dolor DAVIS [of Cambridge, Mass., 1635]. A sketch 
of his life with a record of his earlier descendants. By 
Horace Davis. [Cambridge, Mass. : Riverside Press,] 
Printed for private distribution: 1881. 8vo, 46 pages. 



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Samuel DAVIS of Oxford, Mass., and Joseph Davis of 
Dudley, Mass., and their descendants. North Andover, 
Mass. : George L. Davis, compiler and publisher, [press 
of Charles Hamilton] 1884. 8vo, 610 pages, index. 

History of the DAVIS family. Being an account of the 
descendants of John Davis, a native of England, who 
died in East Hampton, L. L, in 1705. * * * gy 
Albert H. Davis. New York: T. A. Wright, printer, 
1888. 8vo, 197 pages, 3 illustrations, indexes. 

Ancestry of John DAVIS, governor and U. S. senator, 
[traced to Dolor Davis of Cambridge, Mass., 1635], 
and Eliza Bancroft, his w4fe, both of Worcester, Mass. 
Compiled by [their son] Horace Davis. San Francisco, 
Cal. : 1897. 8vo, 94 pages. 

Genealogy of the DAVISON family. Part first. Descend- 
ants of Nicholas Davison [of Charlestown, Mass., 
1639] for * * * three generations. Written by 
Gideon M. Davison, deceased. * * * Published by 
Arthur H. Davison, Rock Rapids, Iowa, 1887. i2mo, 8 
pages, merely a brief preliminary circular for gathering 
information. 

William DAWES and his ride with Paul Revere. An 
essay read before the New England Historic, Genealog- 
ical Society on June 7, 1876; to which is appended a 
genealogy of the Dawes family. By Henry W. Hol- 
land. Boston: privately printed for the author by John 
Wilson & Son, 1878. 8vo, 158 pages, arms, folding 
pedigrees, index, 17 portraits, 2 views, edition 100 copies. 

A collection of family records, with biographical sketches 
and other memoranda of various families and individ- 
uals bearing the name of DAWSON, or allied to fami- 
lies of that name. Compiled by Charles C. Dawson. 
* * * Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, 1874, 8vo, 572 
pages. 



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A record of the descendants of Robert DAWSON, of East 
Haven, Conn. Compiled by Charles C. Dawson. 
* * * Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, 1874. 8vo, 
115 pages, reprinted from the preceding. 

A genealogical memoir of the descendants of Robert DAY 
of Hartford, Conn., who died in 1648. [By George E. 
Day.] New Haven: printed by Wm. Storer, Jan., 
1840. 8vo, 44 pages, superseded by the later work. 

A genealogical register of the descendants in the male line 
of Robert DAY of Hartford, Conn., who died in the 
year 1648. Second edition. [By George E. Day.] 
Northampton: printed by J. L. L. Metcalf, 1848. 8vo, 
129 pages. 

A partial register of the descendants of Anthony DAY of 
Gloucester, Mass., who died 1707. By John Alphonso 
Day. Fitchburg, Mass. : The Sentinel Printing Co., 
1879. 8vo, II pages. 

Life, experiences and incidents of Rev. Gardner DEAN 
[of Taunton, Mass., 1836] written by himself, together 
with the genealogies of the Gardner, Dean and Hinds 
families. By E. W. Pierce. New Bedford, Mass. : 1883. 
Svo, 307 pages. 

Descendants of Thomas DEAN of Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire [1692]. By John Ward Dean. [Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg. for July, 1883, 
with two pages added.]. Boston, Mass.: privately 
printed, 1883. 8vo, 12 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of James DEAN, one of 
the first settlers of Oakham, Mass. [1750]. By Gardner 
Milton Dean. Boston: press of T. W. Ripley, 1889. 
8vo, 29 pages, plate. 



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Brief memoirs of John and Walter DEANE, two of the 
first settlers of Taunton, Mass., and of the early genera- 
tions of their descendants, * * * gy William 
Reed Deane, assisted by others. Boston : printed by 
Coolidge & Wiley, 1849. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Biographical sketch of John G. DEANE [of Maine]. 
* * * Also memoranda about members of the fam- 
ily. Prepared by, and printed for, his son, Llewellyn 
Deane. Washington, D. C. : R. Beresford, printer, 1887. 
8vo, 70 pages, map. 

Brief memoirs of John and Walter DEAN, two of the first 
settlers of Taunton, Mass., and of the early generations 
of their descendants. By William R. Deane. Chicago: 
Dean Brothers, printers, 1893. 8vo, 40 pages, including 
supplement added in 1897, pages 21 to 40. 

The DEARBORNS; a discourse. * >h * By Daniel 
Goodwin, Jr. Chicago, 111. : Fergus Printing Co., 1884. 
8vo, 56 pages, 2 portraits, index, the genealogical part is 
superseded by the next title. 

The DEARBORNS of Hampton, N. H. Descendants of 
Godfrey Dearborn of Exeter and Hampton. [1639.] 
From the '' History of Hampton," by Joseph Dow. 
Salem, Mass. : The Salem Press, 1893. 8vo, 16 pages. 

History of the DE HAVEN family. [Descendants of 
Samuel of Philadelphia co., about 1760.] By Howard 
De Haven Ross, Ph. B. Privately printed and illus- 
trated. Second edition, revised. Philadelphia : press of 
Smith & Salmon, 1895. i2mo, 31 pages, illustrated, 
superseding the first edition, issued in 1894, consisting of 
29 pages. 

Genealogy^ of the descendants of Claude La Maitre 
(DELAMATER), who came from France via Holland, 
and settled at New Netherlands, now New York, in 



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1652. By La Fayette De La Mater. Albany, N. Y. : 
Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1882. 8vo, 229 pages, 
2 indexes to given and surnames. 

The genealogy, history and alliances of the American house 
of DELANO. 1621 to 1899. [Descendants of Philip 
of Plymouth, 1621, and of Duxbury, Mass., 1632.] Com- 
piled by Major Joel Andrew Delano. With the history 
and heraldry of the Maison de Franchimont and de Lan- 
not to Delano. 1096 to 162 1. * * * by Mortimer 
Delano * * * New York: [J. J. Little & Co., print- 
ers], 1899. 8vo, 561 pages, 86 illustrations, index. 

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 set- 
tled in America in the colony times. Prepared by John 
Denison Baldwin and William Clift. Worcester, Mass. : 
printed by Tyler & Seagrave, 1881. 8vo, 423 pages. 

DENISON memorial; Ipswich, Mass., Sept. 20, 1882. 
Two hundredth anniversary of the death of Major-Gen. 
Daniel Denison. Biographical sketch by Prof. D. D. 
Slade. Historical sketch by Augustine Caldwell. 
Printed by request of the Denison memorial committee. 
[Ipswich, Mass.: 1882.] 8vo, 52 pages, arms. 

A record of the descendants of Samuel DENISON, late of 
Floyd, Oneida co., N. Y., with notices of his ancestry, 
commencing with William Denison, who came to Amer- 
ica in 1 63 1, and settled in Roxbury, Mass. Prepared by 
George Burlingame Denison. Muscatine, Iowa: [1884]. 
i2mo, ^2. pages, 2 portraits. 

Genealogy of the DENNY family in England and Amer- 
ica. * * * Compiled and published by C. C. 
Denny. [Worcester, Mass. : press of Charles Hamilton,] 
1886. 8vo, 267 pages, index. 



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DE PEYSTER and Watts genealogical references. [De- 
scendants of Johannis de Peyster of New York, 1655, 
and Robert Watts of New York, 1706.] By J. Watts 
de Peyster. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. : [Piatt & Schram, 
printers] 1854. 8vo, 249 pages, edition destroyed, ex- 
cept a few copies. 

[American family antiquity. The DE PEYSTER family. 
By Albert Welles. New York: Charles H. Ludwig, 
printer, 1881.] 4to, 52 pages, edition destroyed. 

Local memorials relating to the DE PEYSTER and 
Watts and affiliated families connected with Red Hook 
Township, Dutchess co., N. Y. [By Gen. J. Watts de 
Peyster.] New York: C. H. Ludwig, printer, 1881. 
8vo, 80 pages. 

Brief DE PEYSTER and Watts genealogical references. 
With a partial list of authorities. [By J. Watts de Pey- 
ster.] New York: 1886. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogy of the De Vaux family. * * * [Descend- 
ants of Frederick DE VOE of New York, 1677.] 
By Thomas F. De Voe. [New York:] 1885. 8vo, 302 
pages, indexed. 

The DEVOTION family of Brookline, Mass. By Susan 
Vining Griggs. Brookline Historical Publication Society 
Publications, No. 14. 1898. 8vo, 12 pages, (paged 
35-46). 

Life of George DEWEY, rear admiral U. S. N. and Dewey 
family history. By L. M. Dewey, W. T. Dewey and 
O. C. Dewey. Westfield, Mass., 1898. 4to, 11 17 pages. 

The DE WTTT family of Ulster co.. New York. By 
Thomas G. Evans. Reprinted from the N. Y. Gen. and 
Biog. Record, 1886. 8vo, 18 pages. 



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DEXTER chart. 1610-1857. Prepared and compiled by 
S. C. Newman. Providence: Bowles & Anthony, 1857. 
2 X 2| feet. 

The DEXTER genealogy; being a record of the families 
descended from Rev. Gregory Dexter; with notes and 
biographical sketches of each parent. By S. C. New- 
man, A. M. Providence: printed by A. Crawford 
Greene, 1859. i2mo, 108 pages. 

Families of DICKERMAN ancestry. Descendants of 
Thomas Dickerman, an early settler of Dorchester, Mass. 
Prepared and published by Edward Dwight Dickerman 
and George Sherwood Dickerman. New Haven, Conn. : 
The Tiittle, Morehouse & Taylor press, 1897. 8vo, 651 
pages. 

Genealogy of the DICKEY family. [Posterity of Wm. of 
Londonderry, N. PL, 1730.] By John Dickey. Wor- 
cester, Mass. : press of F. S. Blanchard & Co., 1898. 8vo, 
322 pages, illustrations, indexes. 

Reunion of the DICKINSON family at Amherst, Mass., 
1883. Binghamton, N. Y. : C. M. Dickinson, pub- 
lisher, 1884. 8vo, 206 pages. 

To the descendants of Thomas DICKINSON, son of Na- 
thaniel and Anna Gull Dickinson of Wethersfield, Conn., 
and Hadley, Mass. [1650. Compiled by Frederick 
Dickinson. Chicago, 111.: W. D. Grant, printer.] 1897. 
Svo, 144 pages, full index. 

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 Dixon, K. N. L. Printed originally 
for presentation only, and now enlarged. Albany, N. 
Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1889. 8vo, 223 
pages, mostly Scottish rather than American, and super- 
seding a smaller edition of 61 pages issued in 1884. 



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An account of the family reunion of the descendants of 
Samuel DIEHL, of Friends Cove, Bedford County, Penn. 
[1784], held Sept. 19, 1890, with a genealogical table of 
his descendants. [By W. M. Hall.] Bedford, Pa. : The 
Inquirer Printing Co., 1891. 8vo, 60 pages. 

DILLER family. By J. Luther Ringwalt of New Holland, 
Pa., and Dr. David Diller of York Sulphur Springs, Pa. 
Philadelphia: 1877. 4to, 56 pages. 

The genealogy of the DIMOND or Dimon family of Fair- 
field, Conn., * * * East Hampton, L. I., and New 
Hampshire. By Edwin R. Dimond. Albany, N. Y. : 
pubHshed by Joel Munsell's Sons, 1891. 8vo, 179 pages. 

A golden wedding [at Anson, Me.] and the DINSMORE 
genealogy [of Londonderry, N. H.], from about 1620 
to 1865. [By J. Dinsmore.] Augusta, Me.: printed at 
the Maine Farmer Office, 1867. 8vo, 24 pages. 

History of the DINSMORE family. By Leonard Allison 
Morrison. Lowell, Mass.: 1891. 8vo, 48 pages, re- 
printed from " Among the Scotch-Irish." 

Mr. William DIODATE (of New Haven, from 171 7 to 
1 751) and his Italian ancestry, read before the New 
Haven Colony Hist. Society, June 28, 1875. By Ed- 
ward E. Salisbury. [Privately printed, 1876.] 4to, 39 
pages. 

WilHam DIODATE (of New Haven, from 1717 to 1751) 
and his Italian ancestry. * * * By Prof. Edward 
E. Salisbury, LL. D., of New Haven, Conn. Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for April, 
1 88 1. 8vo, 15 pages. 

A genealogy of the family of Anthony DIX, the first of the 
name of Dix to settle in the American colonies. [1623- 



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1 882.] Compiled and engrossed by Frank Bokes, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 1882. Heliotype Printing Co., Boston. 
Chart, about 20 x 24 inches. 

A family record of Daniel DOD, who settled with the 
colony of Branford, 1644, where he died in 1665; and 
also of his descendants in New Jersey. Compiled by 
Stephen Dodd. * * * Printed for the author, 1839. 
i2mo, 24 pages. 

Genealogy of the male descendants of Daniel DOD of 
Branford, Conn., a native of England. 1646 to 1863. 
By Bethuel L. Dodd, M. D., and John R. Burnet. New- 
ark, N. J. : printed at the Daily Advertiser Office, 1864. 
8vo, 221 pages. 

Ancestors and descendants of Lewis DODD and Elizabeth 
(Baldwin) Dodd. Partially reprinted from the "Bald- 
win Genealogy." 1889. By C. C. Baldwin. Cleveland, 
Ohio: 1889. 8vo, 11 pages. 

Early records of the DODGE family in America. Com- 
piled by R. R. Dodge. Sutton, Mass. : published by R. 
R. Dodge, 1879. i2nio, 12 pages. 

Report * * * of the memorable first reunion of the 
DODGE family * * * at Salem, Mass., July loth, 
1879, being the 250th anniversary of the arrival of their 
ancestors from England. By Robert Dodge. * * * 
New York: E. S. Dodge Printing Co., 1879. 8vo, 53 
pages. 

DODGE memorial. Historical address. By Robert Dodge. 
[Reprinted from the Report of the Dodge Reunion, 
1879.] 8vo, 30 pages. 

Genealogical history of one branch of the DODGE family. 
[Descendants of Elisha of Beverly, Mass., 1709.] Com- 



piled by Thomas H, Dodge. Worcester, [Mass. : Chas. 
Hamilton, printer], 1880. 4to, 20 pages. 

Tristram DODGE and his descendants in America, with 
historical and descriptive accounts of Block Island and 
Cow Neck, I.. I., their original settlements. By Robert 
Dodge. New York: press of J. J. Little & Co., 1886. 
i2mo, 233 pages. 

Genealogy of the DODGE family of Essex co., Mass. 
1 629- 1 894. By Joseph Thompson Dodge, Ph. D. 
Madison, Wis. : Democrat Printing Co., 1894. 8vo, 448 
pages, 38 plates. 

Ancestry of Nathan Dane DODGE [of Ipswich, Mass.] 
and his wife, Sarah (Shepard) Dodge. With notes. 
By [their daughter] Mary A. (Dodge) Parsons. Salem, 
Mass. : Aylward, Pluntress & Dennis, 1896. 8vo, "jd 
pages, 2 portraits, index. 

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, 
N. Y. : 1896. i2mo, 32 pages. 

Condensed table of the Block Island branch of the DODGE 
family in America. By Richard D. Dodge. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. : 1898. Chart, 11x17 inches. 

Genealogy of the DODGE family of Essex county, Mass. 
1 629- 1 898. Vol. 2. By Joseph Thompson Dodge. 
Madison, Wis.: Democrat Printing Co., 1898. 8vo, 218 
pages (paged 449-667), 41 engravings. 

A history of the DOGGETl^— Daggett family. By 
Samuel Bradlee Doggett. Boston, Mass. : press of Rock- 
well & Churchill, 1894. 8vo, 686 pages. 



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A few facts relating to the origin and history of John 
DOLBEARE of Boston and some of his descendants. 
[By Arthur Dimon Osborne. New Haven, Conn. : 
1893.] Small 4to, 32 pages, plates of arms, edition 50 
copies. 

DONALDSON genealogy. By Rev. Alexander Donald- 
son. Pittsburg, Pa.: press of James McMillan, 1878. 
8vo, 99 pages. 

Abraham DOOLITTLE [an original settler of New 
Haven, Conn., 1644], and some of his descendants. By 
O. P. Allen, Palmer, Mass. Reprinted from the Maga- 
zine of New England History. Newport, R. I. : R. H. 
Tilley, publisher, 1893. 8vo, 38 pages. 

Genealogy of the DOREMUS family in America, descend- 
ants of Cornelius Doremus. By William Nelson. Pater- 
son, N. J. : The Press Printing Co., 1897. 8vo, 232 
pages, indexed, engravings. 

Records of the DORLAND family in America, embracing 
the principal branches Dorland, Dorlon, Dorian, Durland, 
Durling, in the United States and Canada, sprung from 
Jan Gerretse Dorlandt, Holland emigrant, 1652, and 
Lambert Janse Dorlandt, Holland emigrant, 1663. By 
John Dorland Cremer. Published for the family. 
Washington, D. C. : Byron S. Adams, 1898. 8vo, 320 
pages, (paged 16-1-304), 5 maps, arms, no index. 

Records of lineage of the families of DORR, Dalton, Odin, 
Walter, Mather, Cotton, Lynde, Bowles, Eliot and 
Checkley. Compiled by Benjamin Dalton Dorr. 
Privately printed. Philadelphia: 1879. 4to, 84 pages, 
limited edition, mostly destroyed, a typewritten, en- 
larged 2d edition of 164 pages was made in 1898 and de- 
posited in New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Society library. 



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Genealogical table. Compiled by Henry Ridgely Evans. 
Line of descent from Edward DORSEY [of Baltimore, 
Md., 1657], >K * * Washington, D. C. : 1898. 
Chart, 22 X 34. 

The Dotey — Doten family in America. Descendants of 
Edward DOTY, an emigrant by the Mayflower, 1620. 
Compiled by Ethan Allen Doty. Brooklyn, N. Y. : pub- 
lished for the author, 1897. 8vo, 1035 pages. 

The DOUGLAS family [of Middleborough, Mass]. By 
J. Lufkin Douglas. Bath, Me.: 1874. 8 pages. 

A collection of family records, with biographical sketches 
and other memoranda of various families and individuals 
bearing the name DOUGLAS, or allied to families of 
that name. Compiled and edited by Charles Henry James 
Douglas. * * * Providence, R. L : E. L. Freeman 
& Co., publishers, 1879. 8vo, 563 pages, arms, 12 por- 
traits, indexes, edition of 400 copies. 

The DOUGLAS genealogy. The descendants of John 
Douglas of Middleborough, Mass., the first of this branch 
in America. The Douglas nobility of Scotland. By J. 
Lufkin Douglas. Bath, Me. : Sentinel Publishing Co., 
1890. 8vo, 226 pages, 5 plates, indexes. 

The family of DOUGLASS or Douglas of Garrallan in 
Virginia. [Descendants of Col. William Douglas of 
Garrallan, Va., 1770, who came from Scotland. By 
John S. Wise. New York: W. H. Abbott, draughts- 
man; R. A. Welcke, lithographer, 1894.] Chart, 29 x 35 
inches. 

DOUTHETT and Ward families; genealogical notes [re- 
lating to a part of the descendants of William Douthett 
of Allegheny co., Pa., 1770- 1800, and James Ward of 
Woodbury, N. J., 1698]. By A. T. Douthett. Pitts- 
burg, Pa. : John C. Park, publisher, 1889. i6mo, 36 
pages, 2 portraits. 



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The descendants of Henry Doude [DOWD], who came 
from England in 1639 [and settled in Guilford, Conn.]. 
Compiled by Rev. W. W. Dowd, A. M. Hartford, Conn. : 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1885. 8vo, 355 pages. 

The Dows or DOWSE family in America. A genealogy 
of the descendants of Lawrence Dows [of Charles- 
town, Mass., 1649], including the genealogy of the 
Masterman family, two branches of the Newman 
family, a branch of the Morse family and many gene- 
alogical lines of other families, 1642- 1890. Compiled 
by Azro Milton Dows. Lowell, Mass. : 1890. 8vo, 
348 pages, 12 portraits, 6 views, etc., index. 

Genealogical and biographical account of the family of 
DRAKE in America. * * * By Samuel G. Drake. 
1845. i2mo, 51 pages. 

DRAKE family chart. By Dean Dudley. 1861. Litho- 
graph. 

DRAKE of Hampton, New Hampshire. [Descendants of 
Robert Drake of Hampton, N. H., 1651. By Samuel G. 
Drake. Boston, Mass.: 1867.] Chart 2x2 feet. 

The DRAKE family in England and America, 1360- 1895, 
and the descendants of Thomas Drake of Weymouth, 
Mass., 1 635-1 691. By Louis Stoughton Drake. Bos- 
ton: privately printed, [by D. Clapp & Son] 1896. 8vo, 
323 pages, with 16 preliminary pages, 9 illustrations, in- 
dexes. 

An account of the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. 
DRAPER, at Westford, N. Y., June 16, 1871. Includ- 
ing the historical essays on the Draper and Preston fami- 
lies, [from Thomas Draper of Plymouth, Mass., 1620, 
and W^illiam Preston of Windham, Conn., 1764], 
* '^ * Albany: Joel Munsell, 1871. 8vo, 32 pages. 



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The DRAPERS in America. Being a history and gene- 
alogy of those of that name and connection. By 
Thomas Wain-Morgan Draper, C. E., M. E. New 
York: John Polhemus Printing Co., 1892. 8vo, 312 
pages. 

The DRINKER family in America [descendants of Philip 
of Chariestown, Mass., 1635, most of whose descendants 
lived in New Jersey and Pennsylvania], to and includ- 
ing the eighth generation. By Henry D. Biddle. Pri- 
vately printed. Philadelphia : printed by J. B. Lippin- 
cott Co., 1893. 8vo, 30 pages. 

The DRIVER family. A genealogical memoir of the de- 
scendants of Robert and Phebe Driver of Lynn, Mass. 
[1630]. With an appendix containing twenty-three 
allied families, 1592- 1887. Compiled by a descendant, 
Harriet Ruth (Waters) Cooke. New York: printed for 
the author by John Wilson & Son, 1889. 8vo, 25-1- 531 
pages, 2 indexes. 

Genealogy of the family of Solomon DROWNE, M. D., 
of Rhode Island, with notices of his ancestors, 1646- 
1879. By Henry T. Drowne. [Reprinted from Bart- 
lett's Russell genealogy.] Providence, R. I.: Provi- 
dence Press Co., printers, 1879. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Line of descent from Hugh DRURY of Boston, 1640, to 
Edwin Drury of Wilmette, in 1880. [By Edwin Drury. 
Chicago, 111.: 1880.] Broadside, 11x17 inches. 

DRURY genealogy. By Edwin Drury, Wilmette, 111. 

Record of the family of Louis Du BOIS, who emigrated 
from France to America in 1660. Edition of 150 copies; 
printed for the use of the family connection only. [By 
R. P. and W. E. Du Bois. Philadelphia :] press of John 
C. Clark & Son, i860. 8vo, 76 pages. 



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Chart of the descendants of Jacques DU BOIS of New 
Paltz, N. Y., 1675. By Rev. George W. Du Bois. Phila. : 
1876. Chart. 

Bi-centenary reunion of the descendants of Louis and 
Jacques DU BOIS (emigrants to America, 1660 and 
1675) at New Paltz, N. Y., 1875. Compiled for the 
family connections. [By Rev. George W. Du Bois.] 
Philadelphia: 1876. 8vo, 157 pages, edition 325 copies. 

The DUDLEY genealogies and family records. By Dean 
Dudley. Boston: published by the author, 1848. 8vo, 
144 pages, superseded by the later work. 

The Sutton-Dudleys of England and the DUDLEYS 
of Massachusetts in New England. From the Norman 
Conquest to the present time. By George Adlard. 
London: printed by John Russell Smith, 1862. 8vo, 
160 pages. 

History of the DUDLEY family. By Dean Dudley, 
Wakefield, Mass. [Boston: D. Clapp & Son, printers], 
1886-94. 8vo, 1 201 pages. 

Memorial of the reunion of the descendants of Governor 
Thomas DUDLEY. Appendix [to the " History of the 
Dudley Family"]. Wakefield, Mass.: 1892. 8vo, 52 
pages, plate, portraits. 

Governor Thomas DUDLEY family association. Official 
report of the reunion of descendants. * * * Salem, 
Mass. : Salem Observer, 1893. 8vo, 103 pages, plates. 

The third annual meeting of the Gov. Thomas DUDLEY 
Family Association * * * \^q\^ {^i Boston, October 
15, 1895. 8vo, 53 pages. 
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Supplement to the history and genealogy of the DUDLEY 
family. Illustrated. By Dean I)udley. Wakefield, 
Mass. : published by the author, 1898. 8vo, 96 pages. 

Record of the golden wedding of Rev. George DUFFIELD, 
D. D., and Isabella Grahame Bethune Duffield. Cele- 
brated by the family at the homestead in Detroit, Septem- 
ber II, 1867. Compiled at the request of the family by 
the eldest son for private circulation only: 1867. 8vo, 
58 pages. 

A sketch of the family of DUMARESQ, [ancestors and de- 
scendants of Philip of Boston, Mass., 1716], to which 
are added reminiscences of James Dumaresq [of Maine] 
and an appendix of documents. Albany: J. Munsell, 
1863. 8vo, 23 pages, edition 100 copies. 

Genealogy of the DUNBAR family. [Descendants of 
Robert of Hingham, Mass., 1635.] By M. Dunbar. 
Boston: Stanley & Usher, 1886. 8vo, 35 pages. 

A genealogical record of the DUNDORE family in Amer- 
ica. [Descendants of Jacob, who came to Berks co., Pa., 
about 1745.] Compiled by Nathan Dundore. Phila- 
delphia: 1881. 8vo, 58 pages, arms, 2 plates. 

The true genealogy of the DUNNEL and Dwinnel family 
of New England. By Henry Gale Dunnel, M. D., of 
New York City. New York: Chas. B. Richardson 
[printer], 1862. 8vo, 84 pages. 

Life of Henry DUNSTER, first president of Harvard col- 
lege [and a register of his descendants]. By Rev. Jere- 
miah Chaplin, D. D. Boston: James R. Osgood & Co., 
1872. i2mo, 315 pages. 

Henry DUNSTER and his descendants. By Samuel Dun- 
ster, of Attleborough, Mass. Central Falls. R. I. : E. L. 
Freeman & Co., steam book and job printers, 1876. 
i2mo, 10 + 333 pages. 



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The DUPUYS in America. [A Virginia family. By 
Charles M. Blake. San Francisco, Cal. : 1880.] 8vo, 
8 pages. 

Genealogy of the BUTTON family of Pennsylvania, pre- 
ceded by a history of the family from the time of William 
the Conqueror to the year 1669, with an appendix con- 
taining a short account of the Buttons of Connecticut. 
Compiled by Gilbert Cope. West Chester, Pa. : printed 
for the author, by F. S. Hickman, printer, 1871. 8vo, 
112 pages. 

The history of the descendants of John BWIGHT of Bed- 
ham, Mass. By Benjamin W. B wight. * * * 
New York: John F. Trow & Son, printers and book- 
binders, 1874. 8vo, 1 144 pages. 

Some records of the BYER family. [Bescendants of 
William Byer of Boston and Newport.] Compiled by 
Cornelia C. Joy-Byer. Printed for private circulation. 
New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1884. i2mo, 130 pages. 

EAGER. Bavis. [Bescendants of William Eager of 
Plymouth and Maiden, Mass., before 1659, and Bolor 
Bavis of Cambridge, Mass., 1635, in line of Isaac Bavis]. 
Brawn from authentic records by E. A. Bavis. [Wor- 
cester, Mass. : A. Prentiss, engraver ; C. Hamilton, 
printer], 1859. Chart, 20x50 inches. 

Ralph EAREE and his descendants. By Pliny Earle, 
M. B., of Leicester, Mass. Broadside, i860. 

The EARLE family. Ralph Earle [of Plymouth, R. I.] 
and his descendants. Compiled by Pliny Earle of North- 
ampton, Mass. Printed by the family. Worcester, 
Mass. : press of Charles Hamilton, 1888. 8vo, 492 pages, 
28 portraits, full indexes. 



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A history of the family of EARLY in America, being the 
ancestors and descendants of Jeremiah Early * * * 
of Madison co., Va., early in the eighteenth century. 
By Samuel Stockwell Early. * * * Albany, N. Y. : 
Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1896. 8vo, 53 pages. 

Genealogy of the EASTMAN family [descendants of 
Roger of Salisbury, Mass., 1640]. By Timo. Eastman, 
P. M. Eastmanville, Mich.: 1858. Broadside, 11x18, 
contains 35 families. 

Genealogy of the EASTMAN family, for the first four 
generations [from Roger of Salisbury, Mass.] Com- 
piled by Rev. Lucius Root Eastman, Amherst, Mass. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register 
for July, 1867. Boston: 1867. 8vo, 11 pages. 

Descendants of Joseph EASTON, Hartford, Conn., 1636- 
1899. Compiled by William Starr Easton * * * 
St. Paul, Minn.: [Evans & Co.], 1899. 8vo, 245 pages, 
indexes, 16 illustrations. 

The Dedham EATONS, from 1635 to the fifth generation. 
By Daniel C. Eaton of the eighth generation. Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor, printers. New Haven, Conn. : 
1884. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogical sketch of the Nova Scotia EATONS. [De- 
scendants of David, who was born in Haverhill, Mass., 
1729, and moved to Nova Scota 1761.] Compiled by 
Rev. Arthur Wentworth Eaton. Halifax, N. S. : printed 
at the Morning Herald office, 1885. 8vo, 128 pages, 
2 indexes. 

Report of the fifth annual reunion of the EATON Family 
Association, held at Boston, Oct. 31st, 1888. New 
Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 1888. 
8vo, 21 pages. 



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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 
Assoc, 1890. 8vo, 88 pages. 

Report of the sixth annual reunion of the EATON Family 
Association, held at Boston, Aug. 19, 1890. New 
Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 1891. 
Svo, 35 pages. 

The Elmwood EATONS. [Family of Ward Eaton, born 
at Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, 1823 : died at Elmwood, 
Nova Scotia, 1893.] ^7 R^^- Arthur Wentworth 
Eaton, B. A. Kentville, N. S. : privately printed at the 
Advertiser office, 1895. 4to, 29 pages, plate. 

Families of EATON-Sutherland, Layton-Hill [of Nova 
Scotia]. By Rev. Arthur W. H. Eaton. New York: 
privately printed, 1899. 8vo, 20 pages. 

History of the EBERHARTS in Germany and the United 
States, 1 265- 1 890. By Rev. Uriah Eberhart. Chicago, 
111.: Donohue & Henneberry, printers, 1891. i2mo, 263 
pages. 

Memoir of Col. Jonathan EDDY of Eddington, Me. ; with 
some account of the Eddy family, and of the early set- 
tlers on Penobscot River.. By Joseph W. Porter. Aug- 
usta, Me. : Sprague, Owen & Nash, printers, 1877. Svo, 
y2 pages. 

The EDDY family tree. Compiled by Charles Eddy, 
M. D. * * * Brooklyn, N. Y. : 1880. Broadside, 
16 X 22 inches. 

Genealogy of the EDDY family. Descendants of John of 
Plymouth 1630]. By Charles Eddy, M. D. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. : [Nolan Bros., printers] 1881. i2mo, 180 pages. 



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The EDDY family. Reunion at Providence to celebrate 
the 250th anniversary of the landing of John and Samuel 
Eddy at Plymouth, Mass., Oct. 29, 1630. Boston: 1881. 
8vo, 265 pages, superseded by the later work. 

The EDDY family. Reunion at Providence to celebrate 
the 250th anniversary of the landing of John and Samuel 
Eddy at Plymouth, Oct. 29, 1630. [With a genealogy 
of the family from 1 585-1884, by Robert H. Eddy.] Sec- 
ond edition. Boston, Mass. : 1884. 8vo, 304 pages, 
portraits, views, index. 

The EDGERLY family. [Descendants of Thopias of 
Portmouth, N. H. : 1665.] By James A. Edgerly. [Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] 
Boston 1880. 8vo, 8 pages. 

A genealogical account of the EDSONS, [descendants of 
Samuel] early settled in Bridgewater [Mass. 1650], with 
appendices. [By Rev. Theodore Edson.] Lowell, Mass.: 
Thos. P. James, printer, 1864. 8vo, 62 pages, (paged 
48 and 14). 

The memorial volume of the EDWARDS family meeting 
at Stockbridge, Mass., Sept. 6—y, 1870. Boston: Con- 
gregational Publishing Society, 1871. 8vo, 206 pages. 

Our patronymics. [Descendants of Alexander ED- 
WARDS, who came from Wales in 1640 and settled in 
Springfield, Mass., and brief notes on collateral families 
of Cleveland, Gifford, Slade, etc.] Compiled by Eliza- 
beth Edwards-Gifford. [Auburn, N. Y. : Jewhurst & 
Plumb, printers,] 1886. 8vo, 28 pages, of which pages 
3 to 9 relate to the Edwards family. 

Hon. Bulkeley EDWARDS, [of] Cromwell, Middlesex 
county, Ct., Mar. 14, 1891 [and his descent from David 
Edwards of Wetherfield, Ct., 1700. Compiled by 
Margaret R. (Savage) Riley. Cromwell, Conn.: 1891]. 
8vo, 12 pages. 



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Historic sketches of the EDWARDS and Todd families 
[Hayden Edwards of Virginia before 1771 and Robert 
Todd of Pennsylvania after 1723] and their descendants, 
1 523-1895. By Georgie Hortense Edwards, Spring- 
field, 111. : H. VV. Rokker, printer, 1894. 8vo, 38 pages. 

Genealogy of the ELA family, descendants of Israel Ela of 
Haverhill, Mass. [1677.] Compiled by Rev. David 
Hough Ela, D. D. Manchester, Conn. : Edward S. Ela, 
printer, 1897. 8vo, 44 pages, index. 

Genealogy of the ELDERKIN family, with intermar- 
riages * * * [from John of Lynn, Mass., 1637, and 
Norwich, Conn., 1663]. By Dyer White Elderkin. 
[Pittsburg, Pa.: Fisher, Stewart & Co., 1888.] 8vo, 
2.22) pages. 

John ELDERKIN, one of the founders of Connecticut 
[1637], and some of his descendants. [By John Elder- 
kin of New York City, 1896.] 8vo, 14 pages. 

ELDREDGE genealogy. A record of some of the de- 
scendants of William Eldridge of Yarmouth. By Zoeth 
S. Eldredge. Boston: printed for private distribution 
[from advance sheets of the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register for Jan., 1897, with additions], 1896. 8vo, 
35 pages. 

Andrew ELIOT of Beverly, Mass., [1670] and his descend- 
ants. [By W. H. Whitmore]. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1854. 8vo, 4 pages. 

Genealogy of the ELIOT family. [Descendants of Rev. 
John Eliot of Roxbury, Mass., 1632.] Originally com- 
piled by William H. Eliot, Jr. Revised and enlarged by 
William S. Porter. New Haven, Conn. : George B. 
Bassett & Co., 1854. 8vo, 184 pages. 



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ELIOT tabular pedigree. [Descendants of Andrew of 
Beverly, Mass. 1670]. By W. H. Whitmore. Boston: 
1857. Broadside 9 x 14 inches. 

Sketch of the ELIOT family. [Descendants of Andrew 
of Beverly, Mass., 1670.] By Walter Graeme Eliot. 
New York: press of Livingston Middleditch, 1887. 157 
pages, portraits, chart, index. 

Pedigree of ELLERY of the United States of America. 
[Being the descendants of William Ellery of Gloucester, 
Mass., 1672.] By Harrison Ellery, from his memo- 
rials of the Ellery family in manuscript. Boston: 1881. 
Chart, 27 X 41 inches, arms. 

Family register. Descendants of John ELLIS of Vir- 
ginia, 1683, and connected families. By Thomas H. 
Wynne. Richmond, Va. : 1849. ^^o? ^ pages. 

Biographical sketches of Richard ELLIS, the first settler 
of Ashfield, Mass. [1745], and his descendants. Com- 
piled by E. R. Ellis, M. D. Detroit, Mich. : Wm. Graham 
Printing Co., 1888. 8vo, 483 pages, index. 

Descendants of Rowland ELLIS and Sallie Abrams of 
Boston, Mass. [1802. Cincinnati, Ohio: Frank R. Ellis, 
Printer, 1893]. 8vo, 6 pages. 

Genealogy and biography of the ELMER family. Com- 
piled by Lucius Q. C. Elmer. (Printed for the use of 
the family.) Bridgeton, N. J. : Nixon & Potter, printers, 
i860. 8vo, 64 pages. 

ELMER-Elmore genealogy. Records of the descendants 
of Edward Elmer, of Braintree, Eng., and Hartford, 
Conn., through his son Edward. 1632- 1899. Compiled 
by Rev. William W. Johnson. North Greenfield, Wis. : 
1899. 8vo, 96 pages, indexed. 



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History of the ELY reunion, held at Lyme, Conn., July 
lo, 1878. New York: Styles & Cash, printers, 1879. 
8vo, 158 pages, arms, portrait, views. 

Records of the descendants of Nathaniel ELY * * * 
of Springfield, Mass., 1659. Compiled by Heman Ely. 
Cleveland, Ohio: Short & Forman, printers, 1885. 4to, 
515 pages. 

Ralph Waldo EMERSON, his maternal ancestors [mainly 
in the line of Robert HASKINS of Boston, 1728] with 
some reminiscences of him. By David Greene Haskins, 
D. D. Boston: Cupples, Upham & Co., 1887. i6mo, 
151 pages, 21 illustrations. 

The Ipswich EMERSONS. A. D. 1636-1900. A gen- 
ealogy of the descendants of Thomas Emerson of Ips- 
wich, Mass., with some account of his English ancestry. 
By Benjamin Kendall Emerson * * * Boston : press 
of David Clapp & Son, 1900. 8vo, 537 pages, 30 illus- 
trations, index. 

D'Amerie, Emery, Amory. [Facts relating to Anthony 
EMERY of Saco, Me. By J. W. Thornton.] Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. 
Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1869. 8vo, 6 
pages, superseded by the 1890 work below. 

Annual reunion of the EMERY family in Boston, Mass., 
Wednesday, September 14, 1887. * * * Printed at 
Davol's Steam Printing House, Taunton, Mass. : 1888. 
8vo, 18 pages. 

Genealogy of the EMERY family. [Four generations of 
descendants of John of Newbury, Mass., and Anthony 
of Kittery, Me.] By Rufus Emery. Emery Cleaves, 
Salem, Mass. [1889]. 8vo, 22 pages, superseded by next 
title. 



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Genealogical records of the descendants of John and An- 
thony EMERY of Newbury, Mass., 1590- 1890. Com- 
piled by Rev. Rufus Emery. Salem, Mass. : Emery 
Cleaves, printer, 1890. 8vo, 610 pages. 

Materials toward a genealogy of the EMMERTON 
family. Compiled by James A. Emmerton, M. D. 
Privately printed: Salem Press, 1881. 8vo, 244 pages, 
portrait of author, index of given and surnames. 

Genealogy of the ESTABROOK family, including the 
Esterbrooks and Easterbrooks of the United States. By 
William Booth Eastbrook. Ithaca, N. Y. : Andrus & 
Church, 1 89 1. i2mo, 359 pages. 

ESTES family. [Descendants of Richard of Durham, 
Me., 1684. By W. R. G. Estes. Skowhegan, Me.: 
The Argus Print, 1892.] 8vo, 17 pages. 

ESTES genealogies, 1097- 1893. Compiled by Charles 
Estes of Warren, R. I. Printed for the family. Salem, 
Mass. : Eben Putnam, publisher, 1894. 8vo, 401 pages. 

Genealogy of the EUSTIS family. [Being the descend- 
ants of Wm. of Boston, Mass., 1659]. By Henry Law- 
rence Eustis, A. M. [Reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register] : 1878. 8vo, '2'j pages. 

The descendants of David EVANS of Charlestown, Mass. 
[1729]. To which is appended partial records of certain 
families connected with them by marriage. By S. A. 
Evans, A. B., M. D. of Conway, New Hampshire. 1893. 
8vo ,107 pages, map. 

The EVANS family. [Descendants of John Evans of 
Chester Co., Pa. 17 14. By Samuel Evans] Harris- 
burg, Pa. : reprinted from Notes and Queries, Harrisburg 
Daily Telegraph. Harrisburg Publishing Co., 1895. 
8vo, 20 pages. 



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Genealogy of the EVERETT family. By Edward F. 
Everett of Charlestown, Mass. Reprinted from the 
New. Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: Henry 
W. Dutton & Son, printers, i860. 8vo, 7 pages. 

A history of the EVERHART and Shower families from 
1744 to 1883. Embracing six generations [of descend- 
ants of Paulus Eberhardt and John Schauer of Shower 
of Hanover, Pa. 1752]. Also a sketch of Manchester, 
Md. By O. T. Everhart, A. M., M. D. Hanover, Pa. : 
O. T. Everhart [printer] 1883. 8vo, 142 pages. 

Genealogy of John EWELL, * * * 17^4 to 1878. 
* * * By E. H. Ewell. Buffalo, N. Y. : 1878. 8vo, 
78 pages. 

Record of the family of Thomas EWING, who emigrated 
from Ireland to America in 1 718. [By R. P. Du Bois 
of New London, Pa.] Edition of 150 copies; printed 
for the use of the family connection only. [New Lon- 
don, Pa. :] Press of James H. Bryson, 1858. 8vo, 38 
pages. 

The ancestors of Marguerite EYERMAN : a study in gen- 
ealogy. By John Eyerman. Easton Pa. : 1898. 8vo, 
50 pages, edition 45 copies. 

The ancestors of Marguerite and John EYERMAN. Be- 
ing a supplement to " The ancestors of Marguerite 
Eyerman." By John Eyerman * * * Easton, Pa. : 
[Oakhurst Press], 1899. 8vo, 62 pages, edition of 65 
copies, plates. 

Some of the descendants of Jonathan FABENS of 
Marblehead, Mass. By George A. Perkins, M. D. 
[Reprinted from the Essex Institute Hist. Collections.] 
Salem, Mass.: printed for the Institute, 1881. 8vo, 26 
pages. 



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Family memorial of the FAHNESTOCKS in the United 
States. [Descendants of Diedrich of Ephrata, Pa. 1726]. 
By A. K. and W. F. Fahnestock. Harrisburg, Pa. : 
S. W. Fleming, printer, 1879. i2mo, 69 pages, arms, 
homestead, also 7 pages of addition and index added 
later, edition of 300 copies. 

The FAIRBANKS family. By Thaddeus Fairbanks. St. 
Johnsbury, Vt., 1885. i2mo, 55 pages, superseded by 
the 1892 title. 

FAIRBANKS family record. [Descendants of Abel of 
Cornish, N. H. 1788, a descendant of Jonathan of 
Dedham, Mass. 1636.] By Charles H. Fairbanks, 
Homer, N. Y. Cleveland, Ohio: A. W. Fairbanks, 
printer. 1886. 8vo, 30 pages. 

The FAIRBANKS family. [Descendants of Jonathan of 
Dedham, Mass. 1636. By Thaddeus Fairbanks. Re- 
vised by Henry Fairbanks. St. Johnsbury, Vt. : 1892] 
i2mo, y2 pages, (paged 55 and 17) a reprint of the 1885 
pamphlet with addition. 

The FAIRBANKS family of St. Johnsbury, Vt. [By 
Henry Fairbanks. St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1896]. 8vo, 2 
pages. 

Genealogy of the FAIRBANKS family in America. 1633- 
1897. [Being the descendants of Jonathan of Dedham. 
1636]. By Lorenzo Sayles Fairbanks, A. M. * * * 
Boston, Mass. : printed for the author by the American 
Printing and Engraving Co., 1897. 8vo, 967 pages 
(paged 876 and 91), 50 portraits, edition 1,000 copies. 

The FAIRFAXES of England and America in the seven- 
teenth and eighteenth centuries, including letters from 
and to the Hon. William Fairfax, president of council of 
Virginia, and his sons, * * * the neighbors and 



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friends of George Washington. By Edward D. Neill. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, 1868. 8vo, 234 pages. 

Descendants of John FAIRMAN of Enfield, Conn. 1683- 
1898. By Orrin Peer Allen. Palmer, Mass.: [C. B. 
Fiske & Co., 1898]. 8vo, 36 pages, indexed, portrait. 

A family register of the descendants of Edward FARMER 
in the line of the youngest branch of his family. [By 
John Farmer.] Concord: printed by George Hough 
for John Farmer, 181 3. 8vo, 12 pages. 

A genealogical memoir of the family by the name of 
FARMER, who settled at Billerica, Mass. [By John 
Farmer.] Hingham : Farmer & Brown, printers, 1828. 
i2mo, 20 pages, the first 14 pages are nearly the same 
as the first edition. 

A memorial, with reminiscences * * * Qf John 
FARMER, A. M., by J. Le Bosquet. Boston: 1884. 
i2mo, 138 pages. 

Genealogy of the FARNHAM family. [Descendants of 
Ralph Farnham of Andover, Mass., 1635.] ^Y ^^v- 
J. M. W. Farnham. Chicago: Alonzo Farnum, 1886. 
i6mo, 91 pages, arms, indexes, superseded by next title. 

Genealogy of the FARNHAM family. By Rev. J. M. W. 
Farnham, D. D., author of " Homeward," etc. Second 
edition with supplement. New York: The Baker & 
Taylor Co., 1889. i2mo, 91 and 50 pages, arms, reprint 
of first edition with 50 pages added. 

Matthias FARNSWORTH and his descendants in Amer- 
ica. A monograph. By Claudius Buchanan Farns- 
worth. Pawtucket, R. I. : published by the author, 
1 89 1. 8vo, 122 pages, superseded by next title. 



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FARNSWORTH memorial. Being a record of Matthias 
Farnsworth [of Lynn, Mass., 1657] and his descendants 
in America. Gathered from authentic sources and com- 
piled by Moses Franklin Farnsworth. Manti, Utah: 
L. A. Lauber, publisher, 1897. ^^o, 514 pages, fully 
indexed, 14 portraits. 

The FARR ancestral chart, compiled for the " Utah Farrs " 
and their descendants [being the posterity of Lorin born 
in Waterford, Vt. 1820]. By Merlin J. Stone. Ogden, 
Utah : 1898. Chart, 16 x 27 inches. 

Memoir of the FARRAR family. By a member of the 
New Eng. Hist. Gen. Society [Timothy Farrar. Boston : 
printed for private distribution at the press of Thomas 
Prince, 1853]. 8vo, 45 pages. 

FARRINGTON memorial. A sketch of the ancestors 
and descendants of Dea. John Farrington, a native of 
Wrentham, Mass., who, in 1786, removed to * * * 
Maine. * * * fo which is appended the genealogy 
of his wife Cynthia Hawes. 1880. Published by the 
committee. 8vo, 24 pages, superseded. 

FARRINGTON memorial. [New edition. By Mrs. Em- 
ma F. Southworth. Portland, Me. : press of Southworth 
Bros., 1899.] 8vo, 64 pages, 17 plates. 

Radial chart of the FARWELL family. By D. P. Holton. 
New York: 1878, chart, 14x22 inches, superseded by 
next title. 

FARWELL ancestral memorial. Henry Farwell of Con- 
cord and Chelmsford, Mass., and all his descendants to 
the fifth generation, to which are added three branches 
— the families of Daniel^ of Groton, Mass,, 1740-1815; 
Bethiah of Mansfield, Conn., 1747—1813: Elizabeth of 
North Charlestown, N. H., 1751—1840, and their de- 
scendants to 1879. By David Parsons Holton, M. D. 



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* * * New York: Mead & Moynahan, printers, 

1879. 8vo, 254 pages. 

One branch of the genealogical tree of the FARWELL 
family. Descendants of Henry Farwell and Olive Far- 
well [of Concord, Mass., 1635. By Wm. W. Farwell. 
Chicago: 1888]. 4to, 2 pages. 

Genealogical register of the descendants of Richard 
FAXON, from his settlement in this country to August. 
1843. Compiled by William Faxon. Hartford: 1843. 
i8mo, 24 pages, superseded by the 1880 volume. 

FAXON genealogy. Second edition, i860. Superseded 
by the next title. 

The history of the FAXON family, containing a genealogy 
of the descendants of Thomas Faxon of Braintree, Mass., 
[1670] with >K * * a, genealogy of branches of 
many allied families. * * * gy George L. Faxon. 
Springfield, Mass. : press of Springfield Printing Co., 

1880. i2mo, 377 pages, map, index. 

FAY genealogy. John Fay of Marlborough [Mass., 1669] 
and his descendants. By Orlin P. Fay. Cleveland, O. : 
press of J. B. Savage, 1898. 8vo, 420 pages, 24 por- 
traits. 

The memorial history of the FELCH family in America 
and Wales [descended from Henry of Gloucester, Mass., 
1641]. The earliest and latest records. 1 641- 188 1. 
By W. Farrand Felch. Printed for the author. Press 
of J. F. Earhart & Co., Columbus, Ohio: 1881. i2mo, 
98 pages, 6 portraits. 

Genealogy of the FELL family in America, descended from 
Joseph Fell, who settled in Bucks co., Pa., 1705; with 
some account of the family remaining in England. Com- 



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piled by Sarah M. Fell. * * * [Phila., Pa. : A. H. 
Sickler & Co., publishers] 1891. 4to, 555 pages, illustra- 
tions, limited edition. 

The FELT genealogy. A record of the descendants of 
George Felt of Casco Bay [Maine, 1640]. Compiled by 
John E. Morris. Hartford, Conn. : press of Case, Lock- 
wood & Brainard Co., 1893. 8vo, 568 pages. 

A brief account of some of the descendants of Nathaniel 
and Mary FELTON of Salem, Mass. Compiled by 
Cyrus Felton. Boston, Mass. : D. Clapp & Son, print- 
ers, 1877. 8vo, 19 pages, edition 55 copies, superseded by 
the next title. 

A genealogical history of the FELTON family, descend- 
ants of Lieut. Nathaniel Felton, who came to Salem, 
Mass., in 1633. With a few supplements and appen- 
dices. By Cyrus Felton. Marlborough, Mass. : Pratt 
Brothers, printers and publishers, 1886. 8vo, 260 pages, 
indexes. 

Genealogy of the FENNER family. Nos. i and 2. [De- 
scendants of Capt. Arthur Fenner of Providence, R. L, 
1649. By Rev. James P. Root. Reprinted from the 
Rhode Island Historical Magazine, 1886.] 8vo, 43 
pages, plates. 

The FENNO family. [Descendants of John of Milton, 
Mass., 1660.] By Allen H. Bent. Reprinted from the 
N. E .Hist, and Gen. Reg. Boston, Mass.: 1898. 8vo, 
II pages. 

A genealogy of the FENTON family, descendants of 
Robert Fenton, an early settler of ancient Windham, 
Conn, (now Mansfield). Compiled by William L. 
Weaver. Willimantic, Conn. : 1867. 8vo, 34 pages. 



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Partial genealogy of the FERRIS family. Compiled by 
Charles E. Crowell. Atlantic Highlands, N. J. [1899]. 
8vo, 60 pages. 

The family of Rev. David D. FIELD, D. D., of Stock- 
bridge, Mass., with their ancestors, from the time of 
emigration to America. By his youngest son, Henry 
M. Field. Not published, but printed privately for the 
use of the family. [New York:] i860. i2mo, 105 
pages, and an appendix of 15 pages issued in 1864, super- 
seded by the 2d edition in 1880. 

A genealogical sketch of the family of FIELD of the West 
Riding of Yorkshire, Eng., and of Flushing and New- 
town, in Long Island, N. Y. With a tabular pedigree. 
By Osgood Field, of London, Eng. Albany, N. Y. : 
printed for private distribution, 1863. 8vo, 9 pages, 
reprinted from Register and superseded by the 1895 
work of same author. 

A genealogical history of the family of the late Gen. Martin 
FIELD of Newfane, Vt., with a brief account of their 
English and American ancestors. [By Charles K. Field.] 
Brattleboro, Vt. : F. B. Cobleigh, printer, 1871. 8vo, 
10 pages. 

Genealogical sketch of the family of FIELD of West Rid- 
ing of Yorkshire, Eng., and of Flushing and Newtown, 
N. Y. * * * By Osgood Field of London, Eng. 
1874. 8vo, 14 pages, superseded by the 1895 work. 

Genealogy of the FIELDS of Providence, R. I., as traced 
by Mrs. Harriet A. Brownell of Providence, mainly from 
records and papers in Rhode Island. Printed for private 
distribution. Providence: J. A. & R. A. Reid, printers, 
1878. 8vo, 65 pages, arms. 

Record of the family of the late Rev. David D. FIELD, 
D. D., of Stockbridge, Mass. Compiled by his youngest 

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son, Henry M. Field. Not published, but printed for the 
use of the family, 1880. 8vo, 147 pages, arms. 

The FIELDS of Sowerby, near Halifax, Eng., and of 
Flushing, N. Y., with some notices of the families of 
Underbill, Browne, Burling, Hazard and Osgood. By 
Osgood Field. * * * London: printed for private 
circulation only, 1895. 8vo, 132 pages, plates, edition 
100 copies. 

FIELD genealogy. By F. C Pierce. Chicago : 1900. 8vo, 
1300 pages. 

The FILLOW, Philo and Philleo genealogy. A record of 
the descendants of John Fillow, a Huguenot refugee 
from France [who settled at Nor walk, Conn., about 
1700]. Compiled by D. H. Van Hoosear of Wilton, 
Conn. Printed by Joel Munsell's Sons, Albany, N. Y., 
1888, 8vo, 274 pages, portraits, arms, indexes. 

The FISHER family [of Lewes, Del., and Philadelphia, 
Pa., descendants of John, who came in 1682]. By W. 
L. Fisher of Wakefield : 1889. 8vo, 24 pages. 

Genealogy of Joseph FISHER [of West Jersey, 1747] and 
his descendants, and of the allied families of Farley, 
Farlee, Fetterman, Pitner, Reeder and Shipman. Com- 
piled by Clarence Woodw^ard Fisher. [1890. Press of 

E. H. Lisk, Troy, N. Y.]. 8vo, 243 pages, 22 plates. 

Genealogy of the FLSHER family, 1628- 1896. [Descend- 
ants of John Fisher of Philadelphia, 1682.] By Anna 
Wharton Smith. Philadelphia: 1896. 8vo, 245 pages. 

The FISHER genealogy. Record of the descendants of 
Joshua, Anthony and Cornelius Fisher of Dedham, Mass., 
1 636- 1 640. By Philip A. Fisher. Everett, Mass.: W. 

F. Moore, printer, 1898. 8vo, 466 pages (paged 
410 and 56). 



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Thaddeus FISKE. A sermon, to which is appended the 
family record, with an extract from his diary. Boston: 
1843. 8vo, 40 pages. 

The FISKE family. A history of the family (ancestral 
and descendant) of William Fiske, Sen., of Amherst, 
N. H. Compiled and published by Albert A. Fiske, a 
grandson. Chicago, 111.: 1865. i2mo, 151 pages. 

A genealogy of a FISKE family. Sixteen generations. 
Period 1399- 1867. [By Alfred Poor. From Historical 
Collections of the Essex Institute, vol. viii.] Salem, 
Mass. : 1867. 8vo, 20 pages. 

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 ancestry. Second and complete edition. 
Compiled and published by Albert A. Fiske, a descendant. 
Chicago, 111. : 1867. 8vo, 209 pages. 

FISKE and Fisk family, being the record of the descend- 
ants of Symond Fiske, lord of the manor of Stadhaugh, 
Suffolk CO., Eng., * * * including all the Ameri- 
can members of the family. By Frederick Clifton 
Pierce. * * * Chicago, 111. : press of W. B. Conkey 
Co., 1896. 8vo, 654 pages, 89 illustrations. 

Genealogy of the FITTS or Fitz family in America. [De- 
scendants of Robert Fitts of Salisbury, Mass., 1665.] 
By James Hill Fitts. Clinton : printed by Wm. J. Coul- 
ter, 1869. 8vo, 91 pages. 

Genealogy of the FITTS or Fitz family of America. [De- 
scendants of Henry of North Carolina.] By James 
Harris Fitts of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Albany, N. Y. : Bran- 
dow Printing Co., 1897. 8vo, 170 pages, portrait. 



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The FITZ-RANDOLPH family of Massachusetts and New 
Jersey. A sketch of their Enghsh ancestry [traced 
through Edward of Plymouth, Mass., 1628, whose sons 
moved to New Jersey before 1680]. By O. B. Leonard. 
[New York : Rogers & Sherwood Ptg. Co., 1895.] 24mo, 
7 pages. 

Ebenezer FLAGG of Concord, Mass., and his descendants. 
Communicated by Benjamin G. Fuller, Esq., of Boston. 
[Reprinted from the Maine Genealogist for March, 
1877.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

The FLANDERS family. [Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] By William Prescott, 
M. D. 1873. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Record of the family and descendants of Robert FLEMING 
[of Penn., 1750]. By Rev. Samuel Fleming. Cold- 
water, Mich. : 1868. i6mo, 64 pages. 

Genealogical chart of the descendants of Robert 
FLETCHER, containing 731 names. Collected and pub- 
lished by Edward H. Fletcher. New York : 1848. 20x24 
inches, chart. 

Explanations and biographical notes, designed to accom- 
pany a genealogical chart of the descendants of Robert 
FLETCHER. Compiled by Edward H. Fletcher. 
New York: published by Edward H. Fletcher, 1849. 
i2mo, 24 pages. 

FLETCHER genealogy; an account of the descendants of 
Robert Fletcher of Concord, Mass. [1630.] By Ed- 
ward H. Fletcher of New York City. Printed for the 
author by Alfred Mudge & Son. Boston: 1871. 8vo, 
279 pages, indexes, portrait, superseded. 

FLETCHER family union [and proceedings at the second 
reunion, Aug., 1878. Lowell, Mass.: 1878]. 8vo, 12 
pages. 



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Genealogical and historical sketches of the FLETCHER 
family; descendants of Robert Fletcher of Concord, 
Mass., 1630; delivered at their second reunion at Low- 
ell, Mass., Aug. 21 and 22, 1878. Together with the 
proceedings and a complete list of members attending. 
Lowell, Mass. : published by George M. Elliott, 1878. 
8vo, 10 pages. 

FLETCHER family history. The descendants of Robert 
Fletcher of Concord, Mass. [1630]. By Edward H. 
Fletcher, of New York City. Boston, Mass. : Rand, 
Avery & Co., 1881. 8vo, 563 pages, 41 plates. 

A genealogical register of the descendants of Thomas 
FLINT of Salem, with a copy of the wills and inven- 
tories of the estates of the first two generations. Com- 
piled by John Flint and John H. Stone. Andover: 
printed by Warren F. Draper, i860. 8vo, 150 pages. 

The FOLGER family. [Reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register.] By Wm. C. Folger. 1862. 
8vo, 10 pages. 

Report to the FOLLANSBEE Association, U. S. A., 
made by Columbus Smith, A. D. 1865. * * * s^y, 
eral genealogies of different branches of the family. 
Middlebury: printed at the Register Job Office, 1865. 
8vo, 28 pages. 

[Report to the FOLLANSBEE Association], 1869. 8vo, 
8 pages. 

The FOLLETT-Dewey-Fassett-Safford ancestry of Capt. 
Martin Dewey Follett, 1 765-1 831, and his wife, Persis 
Fassett, 1767- 1849, being a compilation of family records 
and extracts from various histories, official records and 
genealogical publications relating to the Folletts of Salem, 
Windham, Wyoming Valley and Vermont; the Deweys, 



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Fassetts and Saffords of Massachusetts, Connecticut and 
Vermont ; brief genealogical notice of the Hopkins, Rob- 
inson, Fay and other families of Vermont ; together with 
accounts of the settlements of Wyoming Valley and Ver- 
mont, the Wyoming Valley massacres, Bennington and 
other battles; and the diary of Capt. John Fassett, Jr., in 
the expedition of the Green Mountain Boys in 1775. 
"^ * * By Harry Parker Ward. * * >k Colum- 
bus, Ohio: 1896. 8vo, 245 pages, 15 illustrations, 56 
extra portraits in some copies. 

Descendants of the first John FOLSOM. * * * [By 
N. S. Folsom and J. Chapman.] Boston : Reprinted from 
the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1876. 8vo, 29 
pages. 

FOLSOM family. [A reprint of a part of the Folsom 
pamphlet of 1876, with some additions about the family 
of John A. Folsom.] By John A. Folsom. Boston, 
Mass. : 1879. 8vo, 36 pages. 

A genealogy of the FOLSOM family. John Folsom [of 
Hingham, Mass.] and his descendants. 1615-1882. By 
Jacob Chapman, A. M. Concord, N. H. : printed by 
the Republican Press Association, 1882. 8vo, 297 pages, 
portraits, index. 

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 set- 
tled more recently in New York. By Nathaniel Goodwin. 
* * * Hartford : press of Case, Tiffany & Co., 1849. 
8vo, 360 pages. 

Memorial of Elder Adoniram FOOT. * * * gy R^y 
E. B. Parsons. Published by request of the family. 
With an appendix containing some reminiscences and 



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genealogical notes, supplemental to the '' Genealogy of 
the Foote Family " [giving the descendants of John Foot 
of Adington, Vt., born 1754]. Compiled by Rev. John 
B. Foot. Rome, N. Y. : printed by Sanford & Carr, 1867. 
8vo, 32 pages. 

A supplement to the " FOOTE genealogy, compiled by 
Nathaniel Goodwin of Hartford, Conn., in 1849." Giv- 
ing the descendants of Nathaniel Foote [of Colchester, 
Conn., 1742]. * * * gy Lucy A. Brainard of 
Hartford, Conn. Morrisville, N. Y. : Spooner & Still- 
man, printers, 1886. 8vo, 26 pages. 

FORBES and Forbush genealogy. The descendants of 
Daniel Forbush, who came from Scotland about the year 
1655, and settled in Marlborough, Mass., in 1675. By 
Frederick Clifton Pierce of Chicago, 111. [Chicago, 
111.: Rand, McNally & Co.] Published for the author, 
1892. 8vo, 199 pages, 13 portraits, indexes. 

FORD genealogy. By Dr. James Ford. Wabash, Ind. : 
Plain Dealer Co., 1890. 8vo, 293 pages. 

The FORNEY family of Hanover, Pa. By Lucy Forney 
Bittingar. Sewickley, Pa. : 1895. 8vo, 59 pages. 

History of the antecedents and descendants of William and 
Dorothy Worthen FORREST, of Canterbury Borough, 
New Hampshire. [By L. R. H. Cross.] Concord, N. 
H. : 1897. 8vo, 141 pages. 

The descendants of John FORRY [of Berks co., Pa.]. 
1 805- 1 898. Taken from The History of the Wagen- 
seller Family. By Geo. W. Wagenseller. Middleburgh, 
Penn. : Wagenseller Publishing Co., 1898. i2mo, 9 
pages, (paged 172 to 180). 



136 

A genealogical record. FORSYTH of Nydie. [Ances- 
tors and descendants of Matthew Forsayth of Chester, 
N. H., 1742, and Matthew Forsayth of Fredericksburg, 
Md., 1774.] By Forsyth de Fronsac [Frederick Greg- 
ory Forsyth]. New Market, Va. : Henkel & Co., print- 
ers, 1888. 8vo, 29 pages. 

Memorial of the De FORSYTHS de Fronsac. By Fred- 
erick Gregory Forsyth. Boston: press of Rockwell & 
Churchill, 1897. 8vo, 40 pages, engravings. 

The pedigree and descendants of Jacob Forster, Sr., of 
Charlestown, Mass. [born 1764, descendant of Reginald 
FOSTER of Ipswich, Mass., 1638]. By Edward Jacob 
Forster, M. D. * * * Charlestown: 1870. i2mo, 
25 pages, indexed. 

Family of FOSTER of Charlestown, Mass. [By Edward 
J. Forster and Wm. S. Appleton.] Boston: reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Jan., 
1 87 1. 8vo, 6 pages. 

The FOSTER family. One line of the descendants of 
William Foster, son of Reginald Foster of Ipswich, Mass. 
By Perly Derby of Salem, Mass. Boston: 1872. 8vo, 
35 pages. 

A genealogy of the FOSTER family. Descendants of 
Reginald Foster, who settled in Ipswich, Mass., 1638. 
By Edward Jacob Forster, M. D. * * * [Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. 
Boston: printed by David Clapp & Son, 1876.] 8vo, 24 
pages, index of given and surnames. 

The grandchildren of Col. Joseph FOSTER of Ipswich 
and Gloucester, Mass., 1730- 1804. Compiled by Joseph 
Foster, paymaster, U. S. Navy. Philadelphia: 1885. 
8vo, 32 pages. 



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FOSTER record: An account of Thomas Foster of Bil- 
lerica, Mass., [1659] and some of his descendants. With 
appendices relating to intermarriages : ChilHngsworth, 
Freeman, Winslow, Lewis, King. Compiled by Frank 
Mortimer Hawes. Somerville, Mass. : Fred. E. Brad- 
ford, printer, 1889. 8vo, 139 pages, indexed. 

One line of the FOSTER family [being the author's pedi- 
gree, from Reginald Foster of Ipswich, Mass., 1638, 
and from other ancestors]. * * * gy Qqq £ pos- 
ter. Ithaca, N. Y. : West Hill Press, 1897-8. i6mo, 
384 pages, many portraits, edition of no copies, con- 
sists of a number of chapters or articles, each paged 
separately under different titles and bound together, paged 
72—3—1 1— 63— 52— 48— 8— 7— 40— 40— 1 7—3 1 un- 
numbered pages, or 384 in all, published without an in- 
dex, or regular title page. 

Descendants of Hopestill FOSTER of Dorchester, Mass., 
son of Richard Foster of Biddenden, Kent. By William 
H. Whitmore. Boston: [reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register] 1898. 8vo, 22 pages. 

Ancestry of Lydia FOSTER, wife of Stephen Lincoln 
of Oakham, Mass. [1779, traced back to John Foster of 
Salem, Mass., before 1649.] Compiled by John E. Morris. 
Hartford, Conn. : press of Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
Co., 1898. 8vo, 26 pages. 

FOSTER genealogy, being the posterity of Reginald Fos- 
ter, an early inhabitant of Ipswich, in New England. 
* * * also the record of all other American Fosters. 
By Frederick Clifton Pierce. * * * Chicago : Press 
of W. B. Conkey Co., 1899. 8vo, 1081 pages, 200 il- 
lustrations. 

FOWKE [family of Virginia. Reprinted] from "Vir- 
ginia Genealogies " by Rev. H. E. Hayden. Wilkes 
Barre, Pa. : 1891. 8vo, 4 pages, edition 50 copies. 



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A genealogical memoir of the descendants of Ambrose 
FOWLER of Windsor, and Capt. Wm. Fowler of New 
Haven, Conn. Reprinted, with additions^ from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: H. W. Button 
& Son, printers, 1857. 8vo, 27 pages. 

William FOWLER, the magistrate [of Milford, Conn., 
1639] and one line of his descendants. By William 
Chauncey Fowler. [1867.] 8vo, 12 pages. 

A genealogical memoir of the descendants of Capt. William 
FOWLER of New Haven, Conn. Reprinted with ad- 
ditions from Memoirs of Hon. James Fowler of West- 
field, Mass., and from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register for July, 1857. [By D. W. Fowler.] Mil- 
waukee: Starr & Son, printers, 1870. 8vo, 42 pages. 

The FOWLER family; a genealogical memoir of the de- 
scendants of Philip and Mary Fowler of Ipswich, Mass. 
Ten generations, 1590- 1882. By a descendant, Matthew 
Adams Stickney. Salem, Mass. : printed for the author. 
Salem Press. 1883. 8vo, 22 and 247 pages, 7 portraits, 
indexes. 

Our predecessors and their descendants. [Tracing back to 
Wm. FOWLER of New Haven, 1637, Cornelius Sebring 
of New York, 1653, Thos. Powell of Long Island, 1688, 
Gabriel Ludlow of New York, 1694, and Chas. Rumsey 
of Maryland, 1675.] By Robert Ludlow Fowler. New 
York: printed for private circulation, 1888. 8vo, 78 
pages. 

Biographical and historical accounts of the FOX, Ellicott 
and Evans families [of Pennsylvania and Maryland], and 
the different families connected with them. Collected 
and compiled by Charles W. Evans. Buffalo, N. Y. : 
press of Baker, Jones & Co., 1882. 4to, 281 pages, 2y 
portraits, plates, arms, etc. 



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Daniel FOX of East Haddam, Conn., and some of his de- 
scendants. [By William F. Fox.] Albany, N. Y. : 1890. 
i2mo, 31 pages. 

Historical sketches of Roswell FRANKLIN [of Wood- 
bury, Conn., 1762] and family. Drawn up at the re- 
quest of Steven Franklin. By Robert Hubbard. Dans- 
ville, N. Y. : printed by A. Stevens, 1839. 32mo, 103 
pages. 

The FRANKLIN ancestry, and descendants in the Col. 
Lewis Bache (1779) line to 1889. Interspersed with 
historic-genealogical events. An appendix added. [By 
William Bache of Bristol, Pa. 1889.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

FRANKLIN as a genealogist. By John W. Jordan. Phila. : 
reprinted from the Penn. Magazine of Hist, and Biog., 
1899. 8vo, 24 pages. 

Genealogy of the FREEMAN family. [Descendants of 
Samuel Freeman of Watertown, Mass., 1630. By Sam- 
uel D. Freeman of Portland, Me. i860.] 8vo, 92 
pages. 

The FREEMAN genealogy, in three parts, viz. : I. Me- 
morials of Edmund Freeman of Sandwich and his de- 
scendants; 11. Memorial of Samuel Freeman of Water- 
town and his descendants; III. Notes, historical and 
genealogical, of families of the name of Freeman, dis- 
tinct from parts I. and II. * * * [By Frederick 
Freeman.] Private edition. Boston: Rand, Avery & 
Co., 1875. ^v^' 456 pages, arms. 

The family, ancestors and descendants of Capt. John 

FRENCH of Stoughton, Mass. By Sidney French. 

Randolph, Mass. : printed by Samuel P. Brown, 1870. 
8vo, 12 pages. 



140 

Family gathering on the FRENCH homestead in Dun- 
stable, Mass., Oct. 8, 1879. Printed for private circu- 
lation, 1879. 8vo, 24 pages, view of homestead. 

John FRENCH of Braintree, Mass. Notes on the 
Frenches in connection with France, England, Ireland, 
Scotland and the United States. Compiled by A. D. 
Weld French. Boston, Mass. : press of T. R. Marvin & 
Son, 1885. 8vo, 15 pages. 

Lieut. William French [of Billerica, Mass., 1652] and his 
descendants. [By John M. French, M. D. Boston, Ma.ss. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1890.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

An American ancestry [being the ancestors of the author- 
ess' son, alphabetically arranged]. By Anna Richmond 
Warner FRENCH. Compiled from over two thousand 
volumes, with additional records gathered by Miss Ab- 
bie French and others. Minneapolis : Hall, Black & Co., 
printers, 1 894. 8vo, xv and 1 86 pages. 

Genealogy of the FRENCH family and military history 
of the late Maj. Gen. Wm. H. French, U. S. A., and son, 
Bvt. Lt. Col. Frank S. French, U. S. A., deceased. By 
G. E. B. French. [1897.] 8vo, 4 pages. 

[Brief ancestral chart of the family of Rev. Abraham J. 
FRETZ, born in Bucks co.. Pa., 1849. Elkhart, Ind. : 
Mennonite Publishing Co., 1896.] Chart, 14x19 inches, 
superseded by the author's " Fretz Genealogy." 

A brief history of John and Christian FRETZ [of Bucks 
CO., Pa., 1737], and a complete genealogical register. 
* * * By Rev. A. J. Fretz. * * * Elkhart, 
Ind. : Mennonite Publishing Co., 1896. i2mo, 607 pages, 
portraits. 



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A concise record of our family from 1688 to the present 
time. By Samuel Challot FREY. Leavenworth, Kan. : 
1870. 8vo, 35 pages. 

Genealogy of the FROST family, Elliot, York co., Me. 
[By Usher Parsons, 1852.] 8vo, 27 pages. 

Memoir of Col. Joshua FRY * * * of Virginia 
Forces, 1754, with an autobiography of his son. Rev. 
Henry Fry, and a census of their descendants. By Rev. 
P. Slaughter, D. D. * * * 1880. 8vo, 112 pages. 

Historical notices of Thomas FULLER [of Woburn, 
Mass., 1638] and his descendants, with a genealogy of 
the Fuller family. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register for October, 1859. Boston: Henry 
W. Button & Son, printers, 1859. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Records of some of the descendants of John FULLER, 
Newton, [Mass.,] 1644-98. Compiled from Jackson's 
History of Newton and other sources. By Samuel C. 
Clarke. Boston: printed by David Clapp & Son, 1869. 
8vo, 16 pages. 

The early FULLER families of Lebanon, Conn. [De- 
scendants of Benjamin of Reboboth, Mass., 1700. By 
Newton Fuller. New London, Conn.: 1880.] i2mo, 
4 pages, and 4 more pages added in 1890, making 8 in 
all. 

Chief Justice FULLER, a descendant of one of the early 
settlers of Dedham. [By Don Gleason Hill.] Printed 
for the Dedham Historical Society: 1888. 8vo, 8 
pages. 

Genealogy of FULLER families descending from Robert 
Fuller of Salem and Rehoboth, Mass., 1638. [By New- 
ton Fuller. New London, Conn.: 1895.] i2mo, 8 
pages. 



142 

Descendants of Ensign Thomas FULLER of Dedham. 
By F. H. Fuller. [Boston: reprinted from the Ded- 
ham Hist. Register, 1893.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

The diary of the Rev. Daniel FULLER, with his account 
of his family and other matters, written at GloucesteL 
in Massachusetts circa, 1775. Edited by his grandson 
Daniel Fuller Appleton. New York: The De Vinne 
Press, 1894. 4to, 49 pages, edition 100 copies. 

A brief sketch of Thomas FULLER [of Salem, Mass., 
1698] and his descendants, with historical notes. [By 
J. F. Fuller. Appleton, Wis. : Crescent Printing House, 
1896.] Square i6mo, 47 pages, arms. 

Alden — Fuller record. A record of the descendants of 
Lemuel FULLER, Sr., fifth from John Alden and Pris- 
cilla MuUins, fourth from Dr. Samuel Fuller [of the 
Mayflower] . Compiled by M. Percy Black. St. Louis : 
1896. i2mo, 68 pages, index. 

The "Mayflower" FULLER family. By F. A. Fuller. 
Mt. Vernon, N. H. : 1896. i2mo, 8 pages. 

FULLER genealogy. A record of Joseph Fuller [of Mid- 
dleton, Mass., b. 1705], descendant of Thomas Fuller of 
Woburn and Middleton, Mass. [1638.] Compiled by 
Elizabeth Abercrombie. Boston : David Clapp & Son, 
printers, 1897. 8vo, loi pages. 

Genealogy of the FULLER families descending from Rob- 
ert Fuller of Salem and Rehoboth, Mass., 1638. [By 
Newton Fuller. New London, Ct. : 1898.] i6mo, 50 
pages, indexes. 

John FULLER of Ipswich, Mass., 1634 [and his descend- 
ants to the third generation]. By Edward F. Everett, 
A. M. Boston, Mass. : reprinted from the New England 
Hist, and Gen. Register, 1899. 8vo, 7 pages. 



143 

GAGE genealogy. [Reprinted from the Granite Monthly.] 
1882. 8vo, 4 pages, superseded by next title. 

GAGE genealogy [containing a reprint of the article which 
appeared in the Granite Monthly in November, 1882, on 
descendants of John Gage of Rowley, 1664, together 
with the descendants of Daniel of Pelham, N. H., 1775. 
By Norris Lancaster Gage. Topeka, Kan.: 1889]. 
i2mo, 16 pages, arms. 

A record of Pierce GAGE and his descendants. With a 
brief account of his ancestry. Compiled by George N. 
Gage. East Washington, N. H. : 1894. 8vo, 62 pages, 
edition 100 copies. 

The New England ancestry of Lyman J. GAGE, Secretary 
of the Treasury. * * * [Traced to Thomas of Yar- 
mouth, Mass., 1650.] By Arthur E. Gage, of Woburn, 
Mass. Boston : reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register, 1899. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogy of the GALE family. By George Gale. 
[Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer, reprinted from 
the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1863.] 8vo, 9 
pages, superseded. 

The GALE family records in England and the United 
States [descendants of Richard Gale of Watertown, 
Mass., 1640] : to which are added the Tottenham family 
of New England, and some account of the Bogardus 
Waldron and Young families of New York. By George 
Gale, LL. D. Galesville, Wis. : Leith & Gale, printers, 
1866. i6mo, 254 pages. 

A genealogical history of the GALLUP family of the 
United States. By John D. Gallup of Agawam, Mass. 
Hartford, Conn. : press of the Hartford Printing Co., 
1893. 8vo, 329 pages. 



144 

Knox County [Maine] Historical and Genealogical Maga- 
zine. Genealogy of the GAMBLE family [ descendants 
of Archibald of Warren, Me., 1736] by Greenleaf and 
Jonathan P. Cilley. Rockland, Me.: 1895. 8vo, 188 
pages, issued in 10 numbers, monthly from Nov. 1895 to 
Aug. 1896 inclusive. 

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 William Francis Ganong. Published 
* * * by Gilbert White Ganong of St. Stephen, N. 
B. Cambridge, Mass. : Graves & Henry, printers, 1893. 
Folio, 27 pages, edition 300 copies. 

Lion GARDINER [of Gardner's Island, N. Y., 1639] 
and his descendants. With illustrations. Edited, with 
notes critical and illustrative, by Curtiss C. Gardiner. 
St. Louis: A. Whipple, publisher, 1890. 8vo, 210 pages, 
edition 200 copies, 2 indexes, 20 illustrations, arms, etc. 

Descendants of Richard GARDNER of Woburn [Mass., 
1642], of the name of Gardner. [By W. W. Greenough.] 
Boston: printed for private circulation [by Rand & 
Avery], 1858. 8vo, 14 pages. 

The GARDNER family of Machias and vicinity. A record 
of the descendants of Mr. Thomas Gardner of Salem, 
Mass., through Ebenezer Gardner of Machias, Me. [By 
Charles L. Andrews. Augusta, Me.: 1898. 8vo, 29 
pages. 

Concerning President GARFIELD'S ancestry. A com- 
munication from the Rev. Edward G. Porter. Read at 
the October meeting of the Mass. Hist. Society. Cam- 
bridge, Mass.: John Wilson & Son, 1881. 8vo, 15 
pages. 



145 

President GARFIELD'S New England ancestry. Read 
at the annual meeting of the American Antiquarian 
Society in Worcester, Mass., October 21, 1881. By 
George F. Hoar. Worcester, Mass. : press of Charles 
Hamilton, 1882. 8vo, 16 pages. 

GARLAND genealogy. The descendants (the northern 
branch) of Peter Garland, mariner, admitted resident of 
Charlestown, Mass. Bay, in 1637. By James Gray Gar- 
land. Biddeford, Me.: Watson's print, 1897. 8vo, 214 
pages, portraits, indexes. 

Genealogy of the descendants of John Gar or more particu- 
larly of his son Andreas Gaar, who emigrated from 
Bavaria to America in 1732 [and settled in Virginia] 
* * * by John Calhoun GARR. Cincinnati, Ohio : 
[press of Raisbeck & Co.] 1894. 8vo, 608 pages, 6 por- 
traits, arms. 

Governor GARRARD of Kentucky, his descendants and 
relatives, by Anna Russell des Cognets. Published by 
James M. Byrnes, Lexington, Ky., 1898. 8vo, 134 pages. 

Memoranda of the GARRISON family for three genera- 
tions. [By W. P. Garrison.] New York : reprinted from 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1876. 8vo, 4 pages. 

The GATES family. By Hon. Benjamin A. G. Fuller of 
Boston. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register for October, 1877.] 2 pages. 

Genealogical record. GATES. [Descent of Joel Gates of 
Hancock, N. H., from Thomas of Norwich, Eng., by 
Geo. S. Gates.] 1887. 4to, 4 pages, privately printed. 

GATES chart. N. Y. : 1896. 

Stephen GATES of Hingham [1638] and Lancaster Mass., 
and his descendants. A preliminary work * * * 
[Prepared for Charles O. Gates. Edited by Edward 
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Hooker]. New York: Willis McDonald & Co., 1898. 
8vo, 372 pages. 

John GAY of Dedham, Mass., and some of his descendants. 
By Frederick Lewis Gay. [Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Jan. 1879.] 8vo, 15 
pages. 

The history and pedigrees of the house of Gaillard or 
GAYLORD in France, England and the United States, 
[descendants of William of Dorchester, Mass., and Wind- 
sor, Conn., 1639] with a view of Chateau Gaillard, in 
Normandy ; a view of Gaylordsville, in Connecticut ; a 
portrait of the author, with the family arms, and other 
portraits. By William Gaillard. * * * Cincinnati: 
* * * Caleb Clark, printer [1872]. 8vo, 64 pages, 
8 photographic views and portraits. 

History of the GAZZAM family [descendants of William 
of Philadelphia, 1793], together with a biographical 
sketch of the American branch of the family of De 
Beelen [1783]. By A. De B. Mackenzie. [Reading, 
Pa : printed for private circulation, by Charles F. Haage] 
1894. 8vo, y2 pages, 13 portraits. 

The GEDNEY and Clarke families of Salem, Mass. Com- 
piled by Henry Fitzgilbert Waters. Reprinted from the 
Essex Institute Hist. Collections. Salem: 1880. 8vo, 
52 pages. 

Historical sketch and genealogy of George and Thomas 
GEER [of Connecticut], from 1621 to 1856. By James 
Geer. Hartford: Elihu Geer, printer and stationer, 
1856. i2mo, 84 pages. 

Capt. Walter GENDALL of North Yarmouth, Me. By 
Dr. Charles E. Banks. Yarmouth, Me. : 1880. 8vo, 27 
pages, partly genealogical, reprinted from " Old Times 
in North Yarmouth," by Corliss. 



147 

Philip GEREARDY of New Amsterdam * * * and 
his Rhode Island descendants. By Charles Knowles 
Bolton. Boston: [reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register] 1898. 8vo, 6 pages. 

The genealogy of the family of Gamaliel GEROULD, son 
of Dr. Jacques (or James) Jerauld of the Province of 
Languedoc, France [who settled in Medfield, Mass., about 
1718. By Samuel L. Gerould]. Bristol, N. H. : Enter- 
prise Press, 1885. 8vo, 85 pages, 3 indexes. 

Supplement to the genealogy of the family of Gamaliel 
GEROULD, son of Dr. Jacques Jerauld., [by Samuel L. 
Gerould.] Bristol, N. H. : printed by R. W. Musgrove, 
1890. 8vo, 15 pages. 

Supplement No. 2, to the genealogy of the family of Gama- 
liel GEROULD, son of Dr. Jacques Jerauld, containing 
additions and corrections to the book published in 1885. 
Printed by the generosity of Henry Gerould, M. D., 
Cleveland, O. Bristol, N. H. : printed by R. W. Mus- 
grove, 1895. 8vo, 17 pages. 

Genealogical record of the compiler's branch of the GER- 
RISH family [one line of descendants of Capt. William 
Gerrish of Newbury, Mass., 1639]. By John J. Gerrish. 
Portland, Me. : Tucker Printing House, 1880. i8mo. 13 
pages. 

A Chester co. [Pa.] family— John GIBBONS and his de- 
scendants. Prepared [by Charles Gibbons] for the new 
historical work of Hon. J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert 
Cope of Chester co. Philadelphia: 1881. 8vo, 27 
pages. 

Family notices [descendants of Robert Gibbs of Boston, 
1660] collected by William GIBBS of Lexington. [Lex- 
ington, Mass. : 1845.] 8vo, 8 pages. 



148 

Report of a search made in England for a property re- 
ported to belong to the GIBBS in U. S. A., in the years 
1847-48. By Columbus Smith, Esq. Containing a short 
history of the Gibbs in England; likewise several gene- 
alogies of different branches of the Gibbs family. [Pub- 
lished by order of the directors of the acting Gibbs Asso- 
ciation of Vermont.] Middlebury: Justus Cobb, printer. 
1848. 8vo, 28 pages. 

Memoir of the GIBBS family of Warwickshire, Eng., and 
United States of America. [Descendants of Robert Gibbs 
of Boston, before 1700. By J. Willard Gibbs.] Phila- 
delphia: press of Lewis & Greene, 1879. 8vo, 52 pages, 
with folding tabular pedigrees. 

A golden legacy to the GIBBS family in America. By 
Montgomery B. Gibbs. Printed for private circulation 
only. Chicago: press of Edwin M. Colvin, 1893. 8vo, 
y'j pages, a reprint of Columbus Smith's " Report to the 
Gibbs Family," 1848, with some additional matter. 

Family record of James and Sarah GIBBS of Bristol, Mass. 
[Cambridge, Mass.: University Press, 1894.] 8vo, 23 
pages. 

Genealogy of GIBBES family of South Carolina [through 
Robert, governor of S. C, 1709]. Executed by Rev. 
Robert Wilson, D. D. Charleston, S. C. : 1899. Chart, 
lithographed, 20 x 2^. 

Report to the GIBSON Association of Vermont, U. S. A., 
made by Columbus Smith, A. D. 1867. Containing the 
Gibson constitution and information in his possession 
relative to Gibson property abroad; likewise pedigrees 
of the different branches of the family, so far as he has 
been able to collect. Published by order of the Gibson 
Association. Midlebury: Register print, 1867. 8vo, 20 
pages. 



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[Report to the GIBSON Association. By C. Smith.] 
1869. 8vo, 4 pages. 

The GIDDINGS family; or the descendants of George 
Giddings, who came from St. Albans, Eng., to Ipswich, 
Mass., in 1635. * * * By Minot S. Giddings, of 
New Milford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. : press of the 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1882. 8vo, 227 pages, 
5 portraits, 2 indexes of given and surnames. 

GIFFORD genealogy, 1626- 1896. By Harry E. Gifford. 
[Onset, Mass.: Pinkham Press, 1896.] 8vo, loi pages, 
portrait, arms ; about half the book is devoted to the de- 
scendants of William Gifford of Sandwich and Falmouth, 
Mass., and the remainder to about 30 other Gifford fami- 
lies, mostly in Massachusetts and Connecticut. 

A narrative of the captivity and suffering of Benjamin 
GILBERT and his family, who were taken by the Indians 
in the spring of 1780. Third edition, revised and en- 
larged. To which is prefixed a short account of the Gil- 
bert family who settled at Byberry. [Descendants of 
John Gilbert of Byberry, Penn., 1682.] * * * Phil- 
adelphia : printed by John Richards, 1848. i2mo, 240 
pages. 

A genealogical memoir of the GILBERT family in both 
Old and New England. By J. Wingate Thornton. Bos- 
ton: printed for the author, 1850. 8vo, 23 pages, re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. 

The family of GILBERT, Thornton, Belcher. By J. Win- 
gate Thornton. Boston, Mass.: 1850. Chart 8x11 
inches. 

Genealogy of the GILBERT family. [John Gilbert of 
Byberry, Pa., 1682. By Gilbert Cope. West Chester, 
Pa. : 1864.] 8vo, 2 pages. 



ISO 

The GILES memorial. Genealogical memoirs, * * * 
with a history of Pemaquid, ancient and modern; and 
some details of Indian warfare. By John Adams Vin- 
ton. Boston : printed for the author, by Henry W. But- 
ton & Son, 1864. 8vo, 600 pages. 

Notes historiques sur I'origine de la famille GILL. * * * 
[Descendants of Samuel Gill of Canada, 17 10.] 
Par Charles Gill. Montreal, Can. : 1887. i6mo, 96 and 
30 pages added in 1889, also 19 pages added in 1892. 

Record of the GILLETTE family. By Mahlon B. Gillette. 
Niles, Mich. : 1885. 30 pages. 

Descendants of Jonathan GILLET of Dorchester, Mass., 
and Windsor, Conn. By the late Salmon Cone Gillette of 
Colchester, Conn. Arranged and enlarged by the Rev. 
Henry Clay Alvord, A. M., of South Weymouth, Mass. 
Boston, Mass.: 1893. Reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register. 8vo, 11 pages, superseded. 

Descendants of Jonathan GILLET of Dorchester, Mass., 
and Windsor, Conn. By Salmon Cone Gillette. Ar- 
ranged by Rev. Henry Clay Alvord and C. M. Gillett. 
Ilion, N. Y. : Citizen Publishing Co., 1898. 8vo, 9 pages, 
a reprint of the last, brought down to date. 

A genealogical and biographical record of the branch of 
the family of GILMAN, descended from the honorable 
counsellor, John Gillman, of Exeter, N. H. * * * 
Compiled by Arthur Gilman. Printed for the use of the 
family, by J. Munsell, Albany: 1863. 8vo, 51 pages. 

Genealogy of the GILMAN family in England and Amer- 
ica; traced in the line of Hon. John Gilman of Exeter, 
N. H. By Arthur Gilman of Glynllyn. Albany : J. Mun- 
sell, 1864. 8vo, 24 pages. 



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The GILMAN family, traced in the Hne of Hon. John Gil- 
man of Exeter, N. H., with an account of many other 
Gilmans in England and America. By Arthur Gilman, 
A. M. * * * Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, 1869. 
8vo, 324 pages. 

Family record. Thomas W. GILMORE. Amherst, N. 
H. : 1888. 29 pages. 

Memorials and reminiscences in private life of the GIL- 
PINS in England and America. By Henry D. Gilpin. 
Philadelphia: 1853. 8vo, 86 pages; not a genealogy. 

The GILPIN family from Richard du Guylpyn, in 1206, 
in a line to Joseph Gilpin, the emigrant to America [and 
settled in Pennsylvania, 1695], with a notice of the West 
family, who likewise emigrated. [By J. Painter of Lima, 
Pa.] 1870. i2mo, 12 pages. 

Virginia genealogies. A genealogy of the GLASSELL 
family of Scotland and Virginia, also the families of Ball, 
Brown, Bryan, Conway, Daniel, Ewell, Holladay, Lewis, 
Littlepage, Moncure, Peyton, Robinson, Scott, Taylor, 
Wallace, of Virginia and Maryland. By Rev. Horace 
Edwin Hayden, M. A. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: 1891. 8vo, 
788 pages. 

GLOVER memorials and genealogies. An account of 
John Glover of Dorchester, Mass., 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: David Clapp & Son, printers, 
1867. 8vo, 602 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Edward GODDARD 
[of Watertown, Mass., 1665]. By William Austin God- 
dard. Worcester: M. Spooner, printer, 1833. i2mo, 
99 pages, superseded by Bond's " Watertown, Mass., 
Genealogies." 



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Record relating to the GODDARD and Frost families. 
Communicated by Austin Holden, M. D. Boston, Mass. : 
reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1899. 8vo, 5 pages. 

GOLDTHWATTE genealogy: Descendants of Thomas 
Goldthwaite, an early settler of Salem, Mass. By Char- 
lotte Goldthwaite. Hartford, Conn.: 1899. 8vo, 411 
pages, edition 250 copies. 

Virginia cousins. A study of the ancestry and posterity 
of John GOODE of Whitby, [1660] a Virginian colonist 
of the 17th 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, 
secretary of the Virginia and Southern Historical socie- 
ties. Richmond, Va. : J. W. Randolph & English, 1887. 
8vo, 30 and 526 pages, portraits. 

GOODHUE. [Biography of the first settlement of the 
family of the name of Goodhue at Ipswich in 1636 and 
genealogy to 1833; together with an address by Deacon 
Samuel Goodhue to his descendants, 1834.] 8vo, 16 
pages, superseded. 

History and genealogy of the GOODHUE family in Eng- 
land and America to the year 1890. [Being the descend- 
ants of Wm. of Ipswich, Mass, 1635.] Compiled by 
Rev. Jonathan E. Goodhue, A. M. Rochester, N. Y. : 
E. R. Andrews, printer, 1891. 8vo, 394 pages, indexes, 
portraits. 

The GOODRICH family memorial. Parts i, 2, 3. Con- 
taining the English and American history and four gen- 
erations of the descendants of William and Sarah [Mar- 
vin] Goodrich of Wethersfield, Conn. Compiled by Ed- 
win Hubbard. Chicago, 111.: [Fergus Printing Co.], 
1883-4. 8vo, 109 pages, superseded. 



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The GOODRICH family in America. A genealogy of 
the descendants of John and William Goodrich of 
Wethersfield, Conn., Richard Goodrich of Guilford, 
Conn., and Wm. Goodridge of Watertown, Mass. ; to- 
gether with a short historical account of the family in 
England. By Lafayette Wallace Case, M. D. Chi- 
cago, 111. : The Fergus Printing Co., 1889. 8vo, 417 
pages, index, portraits. 

GOODRIDGE memorial. Ancestry and descendants of 
Moses Goodridge, who was born at Marblehead, Mass., 
1764. * * * By Sidney Perley. Washington, D. C. : 
published privately, 1884. 8vo, yS pages. 

The GOODWINS of Hartford, Conn., descendants of 
William and Ozias Goodwin. Compiled for James 
Junius Goodwin. Hartford, Conn. : Brown & Gross, 
1 89 1. 8vo, 798 pages, 12 portraits, indexes. 

Supplement, William and Mary College Quarterly Histori- 
cal Magazine. The GOODWIN families in America. 
[Mainly the Goodwins of York county, Virginia. By 
John S. Goodwin.]. Richmond, Va. : Whittet & Shep- 
person, 1898. 8vo, 167 pages. 

The GOODWINS of Kittery, York county, Maine. [De- 
scendants of Daniel who settled there 1652]. Compiled 
by John Samuel Goodwin, M. A. Chicago, 111. : Orrin 
Sheller Goodwin, printer [1898]. 8vo, 125 pages, in- 
dexed. 

The GOODWINS of Delaware Water Gap, Pa., and Tomp- 
kins county, N. Y. [By John S. Goodwin of Chicago. 
Reprinted from the Ithaca, N. Y., Democrat of Nov. 10, 
1898. 32mo, 10 pages. 

Genealogy of the GOODYEAR family [descendants of 
Stephen Goodyear of New Haven, 1638, and the Good- 
years of England]. By Grace Goodyear Kirkman 



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* * * San Francisco, Cal. : Cubery & Co., printers, 
1899. 8vo, 250 pages, 50 portraits, plates and charts, 
2 indexes. 

A brief genealogy of the GORE family, especially in the 
line of Gov. Christopher Gore. By William H. Whit- 
more. Boston: John Wilson & Son, 1875. 8vo, 8 pages, 
reprinted from the Payne and Gore Genealogy. 

Pedigree of Sir Ferdinando GORGES. By the Rev. 
Frederick Brown. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist. 
and Gen. Register. Boston: 1875. 8vo, 11 pages. 

Barnstable GORMANS. The old house in which they lived 
and their services in the colonial wars. By Frank Will- 
iam Sprague. Boston: printed for private distribution 
[reprinted with some additional matter from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register], 1896. 8vo, 7 pages. 

The GORHAM family in Rhode Island. Notes on the 
Providence line, by Georgiana Guild; Bristol branch, by 
Henry S. Gorham. Boston: [reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register], 1900. 8vo, 11 pages. 

The GOSS family. An historical romance compiled by 
William H. Broomer and read at the ninth annual re- 
union of the Goss family at Poland Camp Grounds, 
September i, 1886. Lewiston, Me. : 1886. Square i2mo, 
24 pages. 

A history of the emigration and settlement of our prede- 
cessors. [Descendants of John, Thomas and Robert 
GOULD of New England. By Wm. Gould. Albany, 
N. Y. : J. Munsell, printer, 1841.] 8vo, 2 pages. 

The ancestry and posterity of Zaccheus GOULD of Tops- 
field. * * * By B. A. Gould. From the historical 
collections of the Essex Institute. Salem: 1872. 8vo, 
109 pages. 



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The family of Zaccheus GOULD of Topsfield, Mass. [1644. 
With an appendix giving four generations of nineteen 
other famines of Gould]. By Benjamin Apthorp Gould. 
Lynn, Mass. : published by Thos. P. Nichols, 1895. 8vo, 
7 and 351 pages, 3 plates. 

Hans GRAFF family association. Lancaster, Pa. : 1866. 
i2mo, 10 pages. 

History of the GRAFF family of Westmoreland co.. Pa. 
By Paul Graff. Philadelphia: 1891. 8vo, 103 pages. 

Launcelot GRANGER of Newbury, Mass., and Suffield, 
Conn. A genealogical history. By James N. Granger. 
Hartford, Conn. : press of Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
Co., 1893. 8vo, 587 pages. 

GRANNIS tabular pedigree No. i. 1889. 15 x 25 inches. 
No. 2. 1891. 17 X 18 inches. 

The ancestry of General GRANT [back to Matthew Grant 
of Windsor, Conn., 1635] and their contemporaries. By 
Edward Chauncey Marshall, A. M. New York: Shel- 
don & Co., 1869. i2mo, 186 pages. 

Genealogical notes. L American ancestry of U. S. 
GRANT [traced to Matthew Grant of Windsor, Conn.] 
By Dr. H. E. Robinson. Privately printed. 1885. 
i8mo, 17 pages, edition of 50 copies. 

The GRANT genealogy. Descendants of Matthew Grant 
of Windsor, Conn. [By D. W. Patterson. Reprinted 
from Stiles' Revised History of Windsor, 1893.] 8vo, 
42 pages, edition 100 copies. 

The GRANT family. A genealogical history of the de- 
scendants of Matthew Grant of Windsor, Conn. 1601- 
By Arthur Hastings Grant. Poughkeepsie, 



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N. Y. : press of A. V. Haight, 1898. 8vo, 578 pages, 
plates, indexes. 

Report of the first reunion of the GRANT Family Associa- 
tion at Windsor and Hartford, Conn., on October 2.^], 
1899, the 298th anniversary of the birth of Matthew 
Grant. Edited by Arthur Hastings Grant, recorder. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. : press of A. V. Haight, 1899. 8vo, 
58 pages, 8 portraits and plates. 

The GRANT family magazine. Edited by Arthur H. 
Grant. Montclair, N. J.: 1900. 8vo, paged from 581 
as a supplement to the genealogy above. 

Genealogy of the GRAVES family in America. Three 
volumes. Vol. I. Sketch of the family in England. 
Genealogy of the family of Thomas Graves of Hatfield, 
Mass. By John Card Graves, M. A. Buffalo, N. Y. : 
Baker, Jones & Co., 1896. 8vo, 25 and 521 pages, 27 
illustrations, indexes. 

The GRAVES family. [Descendants of Samuel of Lynn, 
Mass., 1630.] By Mary H. Graves, 1898. i6mo, 3 
pages, only 12 proofs were printed, separate from the col- 
umns of the " Biographical Review of Middlesex county, 
Mass." 

A record of the family of Moses and Roxanna (Howard) 
GRAY of Sauquoit, Oneida co., N. Y. Printed by Alice 
A. Gray, Boston, Mass. : 1882. 13 pages. 

GRAY genealogy, being a genealogical record and history 
of the descendants of John Gray of Beverly, Mass., and 
also including sketches of other Gray families. By M. 
D. Raymond, Tarrytown, N. Y., 1887. 8vo, 316 pages, 
30 portraits, index. 



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A genealogical sketch of the descendants of Thomas 
GREEN [E] of Maiden, Mass. By Samuel S. Greene. 
Boston: Henry W. Button & Son, printers, 1858. 8vo, 
80 pages. 

Percival and Ellen GREEN [of Cambridge, Mass., 1635. 
By S. A. Green, M. D. Boston, Mass. : press of H. W. 
Button & Son, 1861]. 8vo, 5 pages. 

An account of Percival and Ellen GREEN and some of 
their descendants. By Samuel Abbott Green. Privately 
printed. Groton, Mass.: 1876. 8vo, 67 pages, no in- 
dex. 

GREENES of Warwick [R. I.] in colonial history. Read 
before the Rhode Island Hist. Society, February 2^, 
1877. By Henry E. Turner, M. B. Newport, R. I. : 
Bavis & Pitman, steam printers, 1877. 8vo, 71 pages. 

A genealogical sketch of the descendants of Robert 
GREENE of Wales, Mass. [1743]. By R. Greene, 
M. B. Boston, Mass. : J. E. Farwell & Co., printers, 1885. 
i2mo, 64 pages, portrait. 

Family of Ezra GREEN [born in Bethlehem, Conn., 
1754]. Genealogy and general family history. * * * 
[Issued for the Ezra Green Family Association. By 
Charles R. Green. Lyndon, Kan.: 1893-7. ^^^^ 99 
pages, not paged consecutively, edition 35 copies. 

Bescendants of Joseph GREENE of Westerly, R. I. ; also 
other branches of the Greenes of Quidnesset, or Kings- 
ton, R. I., and other lines of Greenes in America. By 
Frank L. Greene. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, 
publishers, 1894. 8vo, 500 pages. 

GREENLEAF family. By Jonathan Greenleaf. 1853. 
Chart, superseded by the later work. 



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A genealogy of the GREENLEAF family. By Jonathan 
Greenleaf of Brooklyn, N. Y. Printed for the use of 
the family, by Edward O. Jenkins. New York: 1854. 
8vo, 116 pages. 

Genealogy of the GREENLEAF family [descendants of 
Edmund Greenleaf of Newbury, Mass., 1640]. Com- 
piled by James Edward Greenleaf. Boston, Mass. : Frank 
Wood, printer, 1896. 8vo, ii-!-553 pages, much en- 
larged from the former book of 1854 by his granduncle. 

Notes upon the ancestry of Ebenezer GREENOUGH, born 
in Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 11, 1783, * * * and his 
wife Abigail Israel, born in Cristine, Del., =5^ * * 
and also a list of their descendants. [By Franklin Piatt. 
Philadelphia: 1895.] 8vo, 38 pages, indexed. 

Centennial observance. Gathering of the descendants of 
Nathan GRIFFIN at the old homestead, in Stockton, 
March 30, 1863. Belfast: 1863. 8vo, 8 pages. 

A partial history of the GRIFFIN family in Massachusetts ; 
being a genealogy of the descendants of Lieut. Joseph 
Griffin of Methuen [Mass., great-grandson of Matthew 
of Charlestown, Mass. By Charles Griffin of Lowell, 
Mass.]. Lowell, Mass.: Campbell & Hanscom, printers, 
1888. 8vo, 4 and 17 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Jasper GRIFFING [born 
about 1648, came to New England and settled at South- 
old, L. I.]. Compiled by Clara J. Stone. 1881. 8vo, 
194 pages, indexes. 

Genealogical tables of the GRIFFITTS family from 1752 
to 1887. Compiled and arranged by Frank P. Griffitts. 
Lancaster, Pa. : Daily Intelligencer print, 1887. 8vo, 88 
pages, edition 102 copies, printed for private use. 

Descendants of Matthew GRISWOLD. By E. S. Lane. 
Chicago: Rand, printer, 1856. 4to, 6 pages. 



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Ancestry and arms of GRISWOLD. [By Stephen M. 
Griswold. Brooklyn, N. Y. : press of Harry M. Gard- 
ner, 1872.] I large sheet, with colored arms, with a 
brief outline of the American branches of the family, 
superseded by other work. 

Brief history and genealogical sketch of the first Daniel 
GRISWOLD, of Springfield, Vt. By R G. Field. 
Springfield: privately printed, 1880. 8vo, 23 pages. 

The GRISWOLD family of Connecticut. With pedigree. 
By Prof. Edward E. Salisbury, LL.D. Reprinted from 
the Magazine of American History for Feb., Mar. and 
April, 1884. 8vo, 85 pages (paged 37 -h 22 + 26), super- 
seded by Salisbury's " Family Histories," vol. 2, pages 
I to 122. 



The genealogy of the descendants of Capt. John GROUT. 
By Rev. Abner Morse, A. M. Boston: printed for the 
author [1858]. 8vo, 86 pages. 

The GRUBB family. From the Daily Local News, Oct., 
1893. [Early settlers on the Delaware River. By Gil- 
bert Cope of West Chester, Pa. 1893.] 8vo, 12 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of John GUILD, Dedham, 
Mass. [about 1636]. By Calvin Guild. Providence: 
Providence Press Co., printers, 1867. i2mo, 132 pages 
(paged 120 and 12). 

Eightieth birthday anniversary of Deacon Reuben 
GUILD, West Dedham, Mass., Sept. 20, 1873. To- 
gether with the genealogy and personal history of the 
West Dedham branch of the Guild family. [By R. A. 
Guild]. Printed for private distribution. Providence: 
1873. i2mo, 21 pages. 



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Genealogy of a part of the GUILD family in the United 
States and Canada, and an enumeration of the descend- 
ants of Jeremiah Guild of the fifth generation. By L. A. 
and T. Guild. Waterbury, Conn. : press of F. P. Steele, 
1878. i2mo, 40 pages. 

Lebanon branch of the GUILD family in Connecticut and 
some of the descendants. By L. A. and G. S. Guild. 
Woodbury, Conn. : press of W. W. Wisegarvor, 1886. 
i2mo, 20 pages. 

The genealogy and history of the GUILD, Guile and 
GiLE family. By Charles Burleigh. Portland, Me. : 
Brown, Thurston & Co., 1887. 8vo, 381 pages, indexed. 

Ancestry of Calvin GUILD, Margaret Taft, James 
Humphreys and Rebecca Covell Martin. 1620- 1890. 
By Howard Redwood Guild. The Salem Press, 1891. 
8vo, 42 pages, edition 200 copies. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Hugh GUNNISON of 
Boston, Mass., 1634, covering the period 161 0-1876. 
Compiled by George W. Gunnison, A. M., for the use of 
the family. Boston, Mass. : published by George A. 
Foxcroft, 1880. i8mo, 222 pages, partial index of given 
names. 

The history and genealogy of the GURLEY family. By 
A. E. Gurley. Willimantic, Ct. : 1897. 8vo, 285 pages, 
divided into 5 parts of which part i gives the history in 
Europe, part 2 the descendants of William of North- 
ampton, Mass., 1679, part 3 to 5 the later families of 
Ohio, New Hampshire and Virginia. 

A brief history of a branch of the GUTHRIE family, be- 
ginning with the residence in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 
1680, of John Guthrie, his emigration to [Connecticut] 
this country in 1700, and tracing the descendants of his 
great-grandsons, Truman and Stephen [of Ohio], to the 



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present day. By Seymour Guthrie. Chicago, 111. : 
1889. 8vo, 61 pages, arms, indexes. 

Records of the GUTHRIE family of Pennsylvania, Con- 
necticut and Virginia. By H. N. and E. G. Dunn. Chi- 
cago, 1898. 8vo, 170 pages, plates. 

Circular relating to the descendants of William HACK 
of Taunton, Mass. 1663. By C. A. Hack. Taunton: 
1 88 1.] 8vo, 4 pages. 

Genealogical record of the descendants of Moses HAD- 
LEY and Rebecca Page of Hudson, N. H., together with 
some account of George Hadley of Ipswich, Mass., and 
his descendants. By Samuel Page Hadley of Lowell, 
Mass. Lowell, Mass. : Morning Mail print, 1887. 8vo, 
80 pages. 

History of the HAGGARD family in England and America, 
1433 to 1899. [Mainly the descendants of Nathaniel, 
Edmund and Gray Haggard of eastern Virginia about 
1730]. By David D. Haggard. Bloomington, 111.: 
[Corn Belt Printing Co.], 1899. 8vo, 136 pages, 24 
portraits, arms. 

Original papers relating to Samuel HAINES [of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 1 671 and his descendants. By A. M. 
Haines. Boston: 1869. 8vo, 29 pages. 

Ancestry of William Shipley HAINES, with some account 
of the descendants of John and Joseph Haines and Col. 
Cowperthwaite. Compiled by \Villiam Francis Cregar. 
Philadelphia: Patterson & White, printers, 1887. 8vo, 
85 pages. 

The HAKES family. By Harry Hakes of Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. 1886. 8vo, 87 pages, portrait, indexes. 
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The HAKES family [descendants of Solomon of Stoning- 
ton, Conn., 1710]. By Harry Hakes, M. D., attorney- 
at-law, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Second edition ; with additions 
and corrections. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. : 1889. 8vo, 220 
pages, 2 indexes, 2 portraits, arms. 

Thomas HALE, the glover, of Newbury, Mass. (1635), 
and his descendants. By Robert S. Hale, LL. D. [Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] 
Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1877. 8vo, 19 
pages. 

Thomas HALE of Newbury, Mass. His English origin 
and connections. By the Hon. Robert S. Hale, LL. D. 
Elizabethtown, N. Y. : reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register for Oct., 1881. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogy of descendants of Thomas HALE of Watton, 
Eng., and of Newbury, Mass., [1635]. By the late 
Robert Safford Hale, LL. D., with additions by 
* * * George R. Howell, M. A. Albany, N. Y. : 
Weed, Parsons & Co., printers, 1889. 8vo, 12 and 415 
pages, 7 illustrations, indexes. 

Genealogical memoranda, relating chiefly to the HALEY, 
Piper, Neal and Ricker families of Maine and New 
Hampshire [from Andrew Haley of Kittery, Me., 1685. 
Thomas Piper of Wolfeboro, N. H., 1768, a great-grand- 
son of Nathaniel Piper of Ipswich, Mass., 1665, Walter 
Neal of Dover, N. H., 1661 and Geo. Ricker of Dover, 
N. H., 1670]. Compiled by Rev. John W. Hayley, D. D. 
Lowell, Mass.: Courier-Citizen Co., 1900. 8vo, 115 
pages, portrait, index. 

The HALL family, settled at the town of Medford. IMass. 
Compiled by W. H. Whitmore. Reprinted from 
Brooks' History of Medford, 1855. 12 pages. 



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Biographical notes of our beloved parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
William HALL, late of Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland, 
Ohio: Leader Printing Co., 1876. i2mo, 26 pages. 

The genealogy of the HALL family, or ancestors and de- 
scendants of Noah Hall [of Danielsonville, Conn.]. By 
J. D. Hall, Jr. From the press of F. N. Scofield, Dan- 
ielsonville, Conn.: 1882. 8vo, 31 pages. 

The HALLS of New England. Genealogical and bio- 
graphical. By Rev. David B. Hall, A. M., of Duanes- 
burgh, N. Y. Albany, N. Y. : printed by Joel Munsell's 
Sons, 1883. 8vo, 790 pages, portraits, 26 indexes. 

Genealogical notes; relating to the family of Hon. Lyman 
HALL of Georgia; Hon. Samuel Holden Parsons Hall 
of Binghamton, N. Y. ; and Hon. Nathan Kelsey Hall of 
Buffalo, N. Y. [With the connected families of Paine^ 
Rose, Collins, Moss, Jewett, Bulkeley, Chauncey, 
Prescott, Denison, Sage, Griswold, Robbins, Mather, 
Ely, Marchfield, Vere, Wolcott, Lathrop, Law, Brenton, 
Eliot, Burton, Clark, Kilbourn, Godfroy, Foot, Cornwall, 
Beach and Parsons.]. Arranged by Theo. Parsons Hall 
of Detroit, Mich. Albany, N. Y.j printed by Joel Mun- 
sell's Sons, 1886. 8vo, 192 pages, 38 illustrations, in- 
dexes. 

Family records of Theodore Parsons HALL and Alex- 
andrine Louise Godfroy of " Tonnacour," Grosse Point, 
near Detroit, Mich., including brief accounts of the St. 
Auburn, Scott-Gordon, Irvine-Orr and Navarre- 
Macomb families [of New England and Canadian de- 
scent]. Collected by Theodore Parsons Hall. Detroit, 
Mich. : W. C. Heath Printing Co., 1892. 8vo, 105 pages, 
43 portraits, etc. 

HALL ancestry. A series of sketches of the lineal an- 
cestors of the children of Samuel Holden Parsons Hall 
and his wife, Emeline Bulkeley, of Binghamton, N. Y. 



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* * * By Charles S. Hall. New York : G. P. Put- 
nam's Sons, 1896. 8vo, X and 507 pages, edition 200 
copies. 

The HALLOCK ancestry. [Descendants of Peter of New 
Haven, Conn., 1640. Reprinted from the memoir of 
Rev. Jeremiah Hallock.] 1863. i2mo, 8 pages. 

Brief sketch of the HALLOCK ancestry in the United 
States. Prepared for the memoir of Jeremiah and Moses 
Hallock. 1 863- 1 866. Descendants of Peter Hallock 
of New Haven, Conn., 1640. By William A. Hallock 
of New York City. Second edition. 1866.] i2mo, 20 
pages (paged 389-404 and continued on cover). 

Record of a branch of the HALLOWELL family [de- 
scendants of John of Darby, Pa., 1682], including Long- 
streth, Penrose and Norwood branches. By Wm. Pen- 
rose Hallowell. Philadelphia: Hallowell & Co., pub- 
lishers, 1893. 8vo, 246 pages, 33 plates, edition 100 
copies. 

Thomas HALSEY of Hertfordshire, Eng., and Southamp- 
ton, L. L 1 591-1679. With his American descendants 
to the eighth and ninth generations. By Jacob Lafay- 
ette Halsey and Edmund Drake Halsey, with an intro- 
duction by Francis Whiting Halsey. * * * Morris- 
town, N. J. : [printed at '' The Jerseyman " office] 1895. 
8vo, 550 pages. 

Descendants of Rebecca Ogden, 1729- 1806 and Caleb 
HALSTED 1721-1784 [of Elizabeth, N. J. By W. 
Ogden Wheeler and E. D. Halsey. Morristown, N. J. : 
1896]. 8vo, 34 pages. 

Genealogical record of the HAMBLETON family, de- 
scendants of James Hambleton of Bucks co., Pa., who 
died in 1751. With mention of other Hambletons in 
England and America. By Chalkley J. Hambleton. 



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Chicago, 111. : published for the author, 1887. 8vo, 108 
pages, 2 indexes of given and surnames. 

The Olivestob HAMILTONS. By A. VV. H. Eaton, B. A. 
New York: privately printed, 1893. 4to, 32 pages, ad- 
ditions were printed in 1899 in a pamphlet of 23 pages. 

The genealogy of the HAMILTON family [descendants 
of James of Worcester co., Mass., 171 6], from 17 16 to 
1894. Compiled by Salome Hamilton. Minneapolis: 
A. C. Bausman, printer, 1894. 8vo, 133 pages, 6 ad- 
ditional pages were pasted in front part later. 

Family record of John and Sally HAMLEN of Plain- 
field, Mass. Arranged by Freeman Hamlen. * * * 
Boston: Frank Wood, printer, 1881. i6mo, 12 pages. 

HAMLIN. [By the late Prof. Charles E. Hamhn of 
Cambridge.] 1885. Royal 8vo, 4 pages. 

History of the HAMLIN family, with genealogies of the 
early settlers of the name in America. 1639- 1894. 
* * * Part one. By Franklin Andrews. Exira, 
Iowa: Geo. W. Guernsey, printer, 1894. 8vo, 130 pages. 

Descendants of Benjamin HAMMOND. Communicated 
by Philip Battell, Esq., of Middlebury, Vt. 1876. 8vo, 
II pages. 

Swanzey HAMMOND genealogy. 1550-1890. [In one line 
from William] . Compiled by Joseph Hammond of West 
Swanzey, N. H. Marlboro, N. H. : 1890. 8vo, 17 pages, 
edition 100 copies. 

A history and genealogy of the descendants of William 
HAMMOND of London, Eng., and his wife, Elizabeth 
Penn, through their son Benjamin of Sandwich and 
Rochester, Mass. 1600- 1894. By Roland Hammond, 



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A. M., M. D. Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1894. 
8vo, 311 pages, illustrated, indexed. 

A contribution to the genealogy of the HANDERSON 
family. [Descendants of James of Hartford, 1675- 
1746.] By Dr. H. E. Handerson. New York: 1885. 
8vo, 80 pages, indexes. 

The HAPGOOD family. Descendants of Shadrach, 1656- 
1898. A new edition with supplement. By Warren 
Hapgood. Boston: published by the compiler, 1898. 
8vo, 590 pages, 38 illustrations, the first edition formed a 
part of Morse's " Ancient Puritans." Shadrach came to 
New England in 1656 and settled in what is now Stow. 

Annals of the HARBAUGH family in America, from 1736 
to 1856. [Descendants of Yost Harbaugh, who came 
from Switzerland about 1736 and settled at Philadelphia, 
Pa.] By Rev. H. Harbaugh. Chambersburg, Pa.: 
printed by M. Kieffer & Co., 1856. i6mo, 148 pages. 

Fiftieth anniversary of a marriage-day. Dedicated to the 
members and friends of the HARDCASTLE family. 
Philadelphia: 1855. For private circulation only. i2mo, 
12 pages. 

A genealogical register of * * * [the HARDING 
family]. By Rev. Abner Morse, A. M. Boston: press 
of H. W. Dutton & Son, 1864. 8vo, 84 pages. 

Pedigree of Mabel HARLAKENDEN. [Wife of Gov. 
John Haynes of New England, traced back to William 
the Conqueror]. By Rev. Henry Jones of Bridgeport, 
Conn. 1863. Chart 17x22 inches. A brief English 
chart, reprinted about 1896 by Henry Evans. 

Souvenir of the HARMON reunion at the residence and 
grounds of Charles RoUin Harmon, Aurora, Ohio, Aug. 



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13, 1896. Published by Israel Harmon. Springfield, 
Mass. : 1896. 8vo, 18 pages, 4 portraits. 

HARMON. History. Genealogy. Chart by Israel Har- 
mon. Springfield, Mass.: 1898. Broadside 30x36 
inches, for framing. Gives a brief account of one line of 
descendants of John Harmon of Springfield, Mass., 1640, 
with 15 portraits. 

Robert HARRIS [of Roxbury, Mass., 1643] and his de- 
scendants. With notices of the Morey and Metcalf fami- 
lies. Compiled by Luther M. Harris, M. D. Boston: 
printed by Henry W. Button & Son, 1861. 8vo, 56 
pages, indexes. 

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 Morgan. * * * Hartford: The Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard Co. print, 1878. 8vo, 239 pages, 
arms, 4 portraits, 5 indexes. 

The HARRIS family. Thomas Harris of Ipswich, Mass., 
in 1636; and some of his descendants through seven gen- 
erations to 1883. By William Samuel Harris. Printed for 
the author by Barker & Bean, Nashua, N. H. : 1883. 8vo, 
135 pages, portraits, index. 

New England ancestors of Katharine-Brattle and William- 
Cary HARRIS. [By their father, E. D. Harris.] 
Printed for private circulation, 1887. 4to, 32 pages. 

Genealogical and biographical sketches of the New Jersey 
branch of the HARRIS family in the United States. 
By Sarah J. (Harris) Keifer. Madison, Wis. : Democrat 
Printing Co., 1888. 8vo, 350 pages, portraits. 



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The descendants of Captain Thomas HARRIS of Henrico 
Co., Va. A chart with illustrative documents. Com- 
piled by W. G. Stanard. Richmond, Va. : 1893. Chart. 

The ancestry of Benpamin HARRISON, president of the 
United States of America, 1889-93, i^ chart form, show- 
ing also the descendants of William Henry Harrison, 
president of the United States in 1841, and notes on 
families related. By Charles P. Keith. Philadelphia: 
[The J. B. Lippencott Co.,] 1893. 8vo, 96 pages and 
folded chart 24 x 32 inches, also 7 pages added later. 

History of the HART family of Warminster, Bucks co., 
Pa. To which is added the genealogy of the family 
from its first settlement in America [from John Hart who 
came over in 1682]. By W. W. H. Davis. Privately 
printed [Doylestown, Pa.: W. W. H. Davis, printer], 
1867. 8vo, 159 pages, (paged 139 and 20). 

Genealogical history of Deacon Stephen HART and his 
descendants, 1632- 1875. With an introduction of mis- 
cellaneous Harts and their progenitors as far as known. 
* * * By Alfred Andrews. * * * Hartford, 
Conn. : The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., printers, 
1875. 8vo, 6c6 pages. 

Genealogical narrative of the HART family [descendants 
of Thomas of Hanover co., Va., 1690] in the United 
States. Compiled by Mrs. Sarah S. Young. Printed 
for private distribution. Memphis, Tenn. : S. C. Toof & 
Co., printers, 1882. 8vo, 82 pages. 

Second annual reunion of the HARTWELL family [at 
Concord, Mass., September 18, 1885. By L. W. Dens- 
more]. 1885. 8vo, 15 pages. 

Handbook of HARTWELL genealogy, 1636- 1887. 
k * * [Descendants of William of Concord, Mass., 
1636, and allied families.] By L. W. Densmore. Bos- 



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ton: press of Geo. E. Crosby & Co., 1887. 8vo, 197 
pages. 

Eighth annual reunion of the HARTWELL family asso- 
ciation held at the town hall, Concord, Mass., August 
2.y, 1 89 1. 8vo, 19 pages. 

The HARTWELL family. An account of the descend- 
ants of William Hartwell of Concord, Mass., 1636-1895. 
By L. W. Densmore. Hartford, Conn. : The Fowler & 
Miller Co., printers, 1895. 8vo, 176 pages, 1,200 copies. 

HARVARD Gen. by H. F. Waters. Boston 1885. 8vo, 
46 pages. 

The HARVEY book; giving the genealogies of certain 
branches of the American families of Harvey,^ Nesbitt, 
Dixon and Jameson, and notes on many other families 

* * * [tracing from William and Thomas Harvey of 
Taunton, Mass., 1644, James Nesbitt of Newark, N. J., 
Dixons of Ireland and John Jameson of Voluntown, Ct.,J 
by Oscar Jewell Harvey * * * Wilkesbarre, Pa. : 
[E. B. Yardy & Co.] 1899. 8vo, 1057 pages, 75 engrav- 
ings, index, edition 210 copies. 

A genealogical history of the HARWOOD families 

* * * By Watson H. Harwood. Published for the 
author, by A. F. Bigelow, Potsdam, N. Y. : 1879. i2mo, 
33 pages, superseded by the next title. 

A genealogical history of the HARWOOD family de- 
scended from Andrew Harwood ^ ^ ^ \i^ Boston, 
Mass. [1643]. ^y Watson H. Harwood. Second edi- 
tion. Chasm Falls, N. Y. [Malone, N. Y. : Robbins, 
printer], 1896. 8vo, 104 pages, portraits, edition of 
500 copies, index of given names. 



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[Chart of descendants of Robert HASELTINE of Mass. 
Bay Colony, 1638, who settled at Rowley, Mass., 1639. 
By A. C. Haseltine.] 1890. Chart 12 x 18 inches. 

A genealogical tree, showing the descendants of William 
HASKELL of Gloucester, Mass. Data compiled by 
W. O. Haskell. Designed and drawn by W. O. Has- 
kell, Jr. Published by M. O. Haskell, Mason, N. H. 
1880. Chart 19x24 inches. 

A short account of the descendants of William HAS- 
KELL of Gloucester, Mass. [1643]. ^7 Ulysses G. 
Haskell of Beverly, Mass. [Reprinted from Essex 
Inst. Hist. Collections, 1896.] 8vo, 63 pages (paged 
133 to 195). 

The HASKELL journal, a monthly magazine, edited by 
Burnette G. Haskell. San Francisco, Cal. : il 



The HASSAM family. By John T. Hassam, A. M. [Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] 
Boston: printed by David Clapp & Son, 1870. 8vo, 10 
pages, edition 100 copies. 

Notes and queries concerning the HASSAM and Hilton 
families. By John T. Hassam, A. M. Boston, Mass. : 
press of David Clapp & Son, 1880. 8vo, 12 pages. 

The HASSAM family. [Descendants of William of Man- 
chester, Mass. 1684.] By John T. Hassam, A. M. 
Privately printed. Boston: 1896. 8vo, 11 pages, re- 
printed from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, some 
copies were bound up with his Hilton and Cheever 
pamphlets. 

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: Samuel G. Drake, publisher, 1866. 8vo, 
183 pages. 



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The descendants of William HATCH of Scituate, Mass. 
[1644]. Collected by Perley Derby. Salem, Mass.: 
Obeserver Printing Rooms, 1874. 8vo, 23 pages. 

Major Timothy HATCH of Hartford, Conn., and his de- 
scendants. By Edward Hatch Fletcher of New York 
City. Printed for the author by Thaddeus B. Mead, 
New York, 1879. i2mo, 36 pages, indexes. 

Col. Jabez HATCH of Boston [Mass., 1740-1802, de- 
scendant of William Hatch of Scituate, 1644] his an- 
cestry and descendants. By Allen H. Bent. * * * 
Boston, Mass. : David Clapp & Son, printers [reprinted 
from advance sheets of the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register], 1896. 8vo, 7 pages. 

A narrative of Thomas HATHAWAY and his family, 
formerly of New Bedford, Mass. With incidents in the 
life of Jemima Wilkinson, and the times in which they 
lived. By Mrs. William Hathaway. New Bedford, 
Mass. : E. Anthony & Sons, printers, 1869. 43 pages. 

HATHORNE family of Salem, Mass. Chart, 9x11 
inches. 

The genealogy of the descendants of Richard HAVEN 
of Lynn, Mass. [1645]. * * * By Josiah Adams 
of Framingham. Boston: printed by William White & 
H. P. Lewis, 1843. 8vo, 104 pages, paged 54 and 50 
the latter being printed in 1849 and added, as a continua- 
tion, including index to the whole, to some copies. 

Address at a meeting of the descendants of Richard 
HAVEN of Lynn, at Framingham, Mass., August 29, 
1844. * * * gy John C. Park. Boston: Samuel 
N. Dickinson, printer, 1844. 8vo, 27 pages. 

Address at the second meeting of the descendants of Rich- 
ard HAVEN of Lynn, held at Framingham, Mass., 



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Aug. 30, 1849. By Rev. Joseph Haven, Jr. Framing- 
ham: Boylston & Marshall, 1849. 8vp, 28 pages. 

Edward HA WES, the emigrant [of Dedham, Mass.], and 
some of his descendants. Address delivered before the 
N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Society, April 12, 1895. ^Y Gil- 
bert Ray Hawes of the New York Bar. 8vo, 28 pages. 

Gleanings relative to the family of Adam HAWKES, one 
of the- early settlers of the third plantation of Massachu- 
setts Bay [which landed at Salem, Mass., 1630]. Con- 
tributed by Nathan M. Hawkes. From the Historical 
Collections of the Essex Institute. 1887. 8vo, 20 pages. 

Memoirs of the HAWKINS family. By Mary Wice Sav- 
ery Hawkins. 1888. 189 pages. 

Genealogy of the HAWLEY family of Marblehead, Mass. 
[1684- 1 887. Compiled by William D. Hawley of Mai- 
den, Mass. : 1887.] 8vo, 8 pages, see 2d ed. below. 

The HAWLEY record. By Elias S. Hawley. Buffalo, 
N. Y. : 1890. Folio, 16 and 592 pages, edition 300 copies. 

Genealogy of the HAWLEY family of Marblehead [Mass. 
1 684- 1 897.] By William D. Hawley, Maiden, Mass. 
Second edition, 1897. Boston: Wright & Potter Print- 
ing Co., 1897. 8vo, 16 pages. 

The HAYDEN genealogy. By H. R. Stiles. Albany, 
N. Y. : reprinted from the history of Windsor, Conn. 
Joel Munsell, printer, 1859. 8vo, 15 pages. 

The Heydons [HAYDENS] in England and America. 
A fragment of family history, the result of a few days' 
research in the British Museum. By the Rev. William 
B. Hayden of Portland, Me., U. S. A. London. Eng. : 



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James Speirs, 1877. 8vo, 46 pa'ges; gives one line of 
descendants of John Hayden of Dorchester Mass. 

Sketch and genealogy of the first three generations of the 
Connecticut HAYDENS. [Descendants of William, 
an early settler of Hartford.] With a map showing the 
locality in which they settled. By Jabez H. Hayden of 
Windsor Locks, Conn. Hartford, Conn. : press of the 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1885. 8vo, 20 pages. 

The records of the Connecticut line of the HAYDEN 
family. By Jabez H. Hayden. Hartford, Conn. : The 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1888. 8vo, 329 pages, 
portraits. 

A long journey. The story of Daniel HAYES. [By 
Charles W. Hayes.] Portland, Me.: 1876. i8mo, 
76 pages, superseded by the later work. 

George HAYES of Windsor, and his descendants. By 
Rev. Chas. W. Hayes, M. A. Buffalo, N. Y. : [Baker, 
Jones & Co., printers.] 1883. 8vo, 84 pages, superseded 
by next title. 

George HAYES of Windsor, Conn., [1682] and his de- 
scendants. By the Rev. Charles W. Hayes, M. A. Buf- 
falo, N. Y. : Baker, Jones & Co., 1884. 8vo, 34 and 320 
pages, portraits, indexed. 

Material relating to the Essex family of HAYNES. By 
A. M. Haines. Boston: D. Clapp & Son [reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for July], 
1895. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Descendants of Samuel HAYWARD of Taunton, Mass. 
By J. S. Howard. Chelsea, Mass.: 1863. Foho, i page; 
only one copy printed, which is now in the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Soc. library. 



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Centennial gathering of the HAYWARD family, with ad- 
dress by George W. Hayward. * * * Easton, 
Mass., Aug. 14, 1878. Taunton, Mass. : J. S. Sampson, 
printer, 1879. 8vo, 35 pages. 

The HAZARD family of Rhode Island, 1635-1894. Being 
a genealogy and history of the descendants of Thomas 
Hazard [of Portsmouth, R. I., 1640]. * * >5^ By 
Caroline E. Robinson. Boston: printed for the author, 
1895. 4to, 293 pages, index, portraits, etc. 

Genealogical sketches of Robert and John HAZLETON, 
and some of their descendants. With brief notices of 
other New England families bearing the name. Com- 
piled by Dr. William B. Lapham. Portland, Me. : pub- 
lished by F. H. Hazleton, 1892. 8vo, 368 pages, 16 
illustrations. 

The HAZEN family. Four American generations. By 
Henry Allen Hazen, A. M. New Haven, Conn. : [re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for 
April, 1879.] Svo, 7 pages. 

The HEACOCK family. Jonathan and Ann Heacock, 
who emigrated to America from England and settled in 
Chester co., Pa., in 171 1, and their descendants. By T. 
Reece Heacock and J. Painter, Lima, Pa.] 1869. 8vo, 
28 pages. 

Line of descent from John HEALD, in Concord, Mass., 
1635, to Mary Elizabeth Heald, who died Feb. i, 1871, 
at McHenry, 111. By Edwin Drury. Wilmette, 111.: 
1880. Broadside, 11 x 17 inches. 

A history of the HEARD family of Wayland, Mass. By 
John H. Edwards. Boston, Mass. : printed for private 
circulation, 1880. 8vo, 61 pages, heliotype. 

Brief history and genealogy of the HEARNE family from 
A. D. 1066 * * * down to 1680 when William 



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Hearne came to [Maryland] America and on down to 
1895. By William T. Hearne. Kansas City, Mo. : Hud- 
son-Kimberly Pub. Co., 1895. i2mo, 565 pages, the last 
100 added in il 



A history of the HEATWOLE family, from the landing 
of the ancestor of the race [Mathias of Penn., 1748], up 
to the present time. By D. A. Heatwole. Dale Enter- 
prise, Va. : printed at office of the Watchful Pilgrim, 
1882. i6mo, 24 pages. 

Family records of the descendants of Henry Haeffner 
[Haffner or HEFFNER, who settled at Virginsville, 
Pa., 1754]. * * * By Geo. H. Heffner. Kutz- 
town. Pa. : Journal print, 1886. 8vo, 56 pages. 

Genealogy * * * of Adam HEINECKE and Henry 
Vandersaal from 1747 to 188 1. * * * By Rev. 
Samuel Heinecke. Lancaster, Pa.: 1869. i2mo, 241 
pages, superseded by second edition, w^hich has 322 more 
names. 

Genealogy from Adam to Christ, with the genealogy of 
Adam HEINECKE [of York co.. Pa., 1767] and Henry 
Vandersaal, from 1747 to 188 1. * * * By Rev. 
Samuel Heinecke, Elder. Second edition. Lancaster, 
Pa. : John A. Heistand, printer, 1881. i2mo, 302 pages, 
partial index of surnames, edition 1,000 copies. 

A genealogical record of one branch of the Hemenway 
family from 1634 to 1880. Compiled by Rev. Asa 
HEMENWAY of Manchester, Vt. Hartford, Conn.: 
press of The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1880. 
8vo, 92 pages. 

Genealogy and history of the HEPBURN family of the 
Susquehanna Valley. By J. F. Meginness. [Reprinted 



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from his Historical Journal, vol. 2, 1894.] 8vo, 190 
pages. 

The memorial journal. Official organ of the Hans HERR 
Memorial Association. Lancaster, Pa. : 1895.- 4to, 9 
numbers issued, of 4 pages each, not genealogical. 

A genealogical res;-ister of the name and family of HER- 
RICK * ♦ ^^ in Salem, Mass. 1629- 1846. * * * 
By Jedediah Herrick. Bangor, Me. : S. T. Smith, 
printer, 1846. 8vo, 69 pages. 

HERRICK genealogy. A genealogical register of the 
name and family of Herrick. By Gen. Jedediah Herrick. 
Revised, augmented and brought down to 1885. By 
Lucius C. Herrick, M. D. Columbus, Ohio : privately 
printed, 1885. 8vo, 516 pages, arms, 10 portraits, in- 
dexes. 

HERSEY. [Chart of descendants of William of Hing- 
ham, Mass. 1635.] Compiled by Francis C. Hersey. 
South Boston, Mass. : 1895. Chart 27 x 32 inches ; names 
only are given, no dates, no marriages, nor other matter 
of any kind. 

A brief biographical memorial of Jacob HERTZLER [of 
Hamburg, Pa., 1750] and a complete genealogical family 
register * * * ^jg^ ^^ appendix of the Christian 
ZuG family. By John Hertzler, Sr., Port Royal, Pa. 
Elkhart, Ind. : Mennonite Publishing Co., 1885. i8mo, 
368 pages (paged 365 and 3 with 16 blank pages at end). 

A family record of the HESS family, from the first emi- 
grant to this country to the present time. By John H. 
Hess. Lititz, Pa.: 1880. i8mo, 68 pages. 

A genealogy of the HESS family from the first emigrant 
to this country down to the present time as far as could 



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be ascertained [being the descendants of Samuel Hess 
of Pequea, Penn., 171 2]. By John H. Hess. Lititz, 
Pa. : Express print, 1896. i8mo, 260 pages, (paged 248 
and 12). 

Record of the family of Zebulon HESTON and his wife, 
Dorothy Heston, who settled in America about the year 
1684 [and finally settled at Wrightstown, Pa., in 171 1]. 
* * * A. M. Heston [author and] printer. Bridge- 
ton, N. J. : 1883. i2mo, 57 pages, 2 charts. 

One line of the HICKS family [from Thomas of Scituate, 
Mass., 1644, through Ratcliffe Hicks of Providence, 
R. I.]. Compiled by J. O. Austin. [Providence: E. L. 
Freeman & Son, printers], 1894. 4to, 15 pages, 2 por- 
traits. 

The HIGLEYS and their ancestry. An old colonial family. 
[Descendant of Capt. John of Windsor, Ct., 1671.] By 
Mary Coffin Johnson. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 
1896. 8vo, 738 pages, 46 plates. 

Origin and genealogy of the American HILDRETHS 
[descendants of Richard of Woburn, Mass., 1643] 5 ^ 
letter to D. M. Hildreth, Esq., New Orleans, from Rich- 
ard Hildreth. Boston: Henry W. Dutton & Son, print- 
ers, 1857. 8vo, 8 pages, reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register. 

Origin and genealogy of the American HILDRETHS. 
By Richard Hildreth. Gloucester, Mass. : Proctor, 
printer, 1879. 8vo, 9 pages, a reprint of the 1857 pamph- 
let, but with a letter from C .H. Hildreth added. 

Origin and genealogy of the HILDRETH family of Low- 
ell, Mass. Compiled by Capt. Philip Reade, U. S. A. 
Lowell, Mass. : 1892. 8vo, 71 pages. 

Letters of Doctor Richard HILL and his children, or the 
history of a family as told by themselves. Collected and 
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arranged by John Jay Smith. Privately printed for the 
descendants. Philadelphia: 1854. 8vo, 45 and 466 pages, 
6 portraits, 2 views. 

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. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register. Boston : Henry W. Button & Son, printers, 
1858. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Genealogy of the HILL family from 1632, including a 
biographical sketch of Joel Barlow [giving the descend- 
ants of William Hill and John Barlow, early settlers of 
Fairfield, Conn.]. By Rev. Moses Hill. Norwalk, 
Conn.: The Howe Steam Print, 1879. i8mo, 29 pages, 
for gratuitous circulation among relatives. 

Report of the first annual meeting of the HILL Family 
Association, held at Sunbury, Penna., June 2;^, 1887. 
Sunbury, Pa.: printed by Eichholtz & Co., 1887. 8vo, 
13 pages. 

John HILL of Dover [N. H.] in 1649, ^^^ some of his 
descendants. Compiled by W. B. Lapham. Augusta, 
Maine Farmer Job Print, 1889. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Biographical sketch and genealogical record of the de- 
scendants of Melancthon HILL of Connecticut, 1610- 
1895. By Francis C. Hill. New York: T. A. Wright, 
printer, 1895. 8vo, 22 pages, index, 2 portraits. 

Genealogical notes of the Whipple-HILL families. [Zac- 
cheus Hill of Boston, Mass., 1720 and Capt. John Whip- 
ple of Providence, R. L, 1658] together with fragmentary 
records of other families. Compiled by John Whipple 
Hill. Chicago, 111.: Fergus Printing Co., 1897. 8vo, 
106 pages. 



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Michael HILLEGAS [born in Philadelphia, Pa., 1729] and 
his descendants. Compiled by his great-granddaughter 
Emma St. Clair Whitney. Pottsville, Pa.: 1891. 8vo, 
118 pages, edition 100, portrait, index. 

The golden wedding of M. and Mrs. Darwin T. HILLS 
of Crawfordsville, Ind., November 18, 1878. Published 
by their children. [With a family register.] Allegheny, 
Pa. : 1878. 8vo, 23 pages. 

First reunion of the HILLS family of Franklin, Mass., 
with historical notes. By Edwin M. Hills. Published 
for family purposes. C. A. Hack & Son, Taunton, 
Mass., 1 89 1. 8vo, 47 pages. Other reports were issued 
later. 

The HILLS family genealogical and historical association. 
Annual reports. 1895-9. 4 — ^4 — ^^ — ^5 pages. 

Some of the descendants of William HILTON [of Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1621]. By John T. Hassam, A. M. 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Regis- 
ter for April, 1877.] 8vo, 18 pages, superseded by the 
1896 work. 

HILTON family. By J. Kelley. Exeter, N. H. : 1879. 
8vo, 24 pages. 

The Dover settlement and the HILTONS. By John T. 
Hassam, A. M. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register for Jan., 1882.] Boston: press of 
David Clapp & Son, 1882. 8vo, 9 pages, superseded 
by the 1896 work. 

The HILTON family. [Descendants of William Hilton 
of Plymouth, Mass., 1621, later of Dover, N. H.]. By 
John T. Hassam, A. M. Privately printed [by D. Clapp 
& Son] Boston : 1896. 8vo, 24 pages, plate. 



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The HINCKLEY family. [Descendants of Samuel of 
Scituate, Mass., 1634.] By Cornelius Wendell. Wash- 
ington, D. C. : 1859. 8vo, 7 pages, mostly reprinted 
from the Register. 

A genealogical and biographical history of the HINDS 
family in America. 1635- 1899. By Albert H. Hinds. 
Portland, Me.: 1899. ^vo, 394 pages (paged 11 and 

383)- 

HINE genealogy and history of the descendants of Thomas 
Hine of Milford, Conn., 1639. Compiled by Hon. Robert 
C. Hine. St. Paul, Minn.: 1898. i2mo, 239 pages, 
index. 

A family record of the descendants of Sergt. Edward HIN- 
MAN, 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. Hartford, Conn. : Case, Lockwood 
& Brainard Co., printers, 1856. 8vo, 84 pages. 

Chronicles of the HINSDALE family. Compiled by Al- 
bert Hinsdale in the seventy-third year of his age. 
Cleveland, Ohio. J. B. Savage, printer, 1883. i2mo, 31 
pages. 

The genealogy of the HITCHCOCK family who are de- 
scended from Matthias Hitchcock of East Haven, Conn., 
[1651] and Luke Hitchcock of Wethersfield, Conn., 
[1653]. Compiled and published by Mrs. Edward Hitch- 
cock, Sr. Arranged for the press by Rev. D wight W. 
Marsh, D. D. Amherst, Mass. : press of Carpenter & 
Morehouse, 1894. 8vo, 555 pages, portraits, indexes. 

Excerpts from the HITCHCOCK genealogy. By H. G. 
Cleveland. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register, 1897. 4 pages. 



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The HOADLEY genealogy. A history of the descend- 
ants of WiUiam Hoadley of Branford, Conn., together 
with some account of other famihes of the name. By 
Francis Bacon Trowbridge. New Haven: printed for 
the author, 1894. 8vo, 288 pages, 27 illustrations. 

History and genealogy of the HOAGLAND family in 
America from their first settlement in New Amsterdam, 
1638 to 1 89 1. From data furnished mainly by Daniel 
Hoagland Carpenter. Published by Dr. Cornelius N. 
Hoagland: 1891. 8vo, 276 pages. 

Lineage and family records of Alfred Wyman HOAR and 
his wife Josephine Jackson. With notes on the early 
history of Wright county, Minnesota. [By Alfred Wy- 
man Hoar.] Delano, Minn. : Eagle Printing Co., 1898. 
8vo, 56 pages. 

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 : David 
Clapp & Son, printers [reprinted from the New Eng 
Hist, and Gen. Register], 1899. 8vo, 37 pages. 

WilHam HOBART [of Groton, Mass., 1751, sixth in de- 
scent from Edmund Hobart of Hingham, Mass., 1635], 
his ancestors and descendants. By L. Smith Hobart, 
A. M. Springfield, Mass. : Press of S. G. Otis & Co., 
1886. i2mo, 182 pages. 

[Chart of descendants of Edmund HOBART of Hingham, 
Mass., 1635. By Alvah S. Hobart. Yonkers, N.Y. : 
1897.] 2 sheets, 12x16 inches. 

Genealogy of the HOBBS family of Massachusetts. Com- 
piled by George Hobbs of Eastport, Me. Boston : Dutton 
& Wentworth, printers, 1855. 8vo, 16 pages, reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. 



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Record of the families in New England of the name of 
HODGES [descendants of Wm. Hodges of Taunton, 
Mass., 1638]. Collected and published by Rufus Hodges. 
Cincinnati: 1837. 8vo, 22 pages, see later edition. 

Genealogical record of the HODGES family in New Eng- 
land, containing the names of over 1,500 persons, from 
1633 to 1853, numbering eight generations. By Almon 
D. Hodges. Boston: printed by Dutton & Wentworth, 
1853. 8vo, 71 pages, see next title. 

Genealogical record of the HODGES family in New Eng- 
land, ending Dec. 31, 1894. Third edition. Compiled 
by Almon D. Hodges, Jr., and other members of the 
family. Boston: printed by Frank H. Hodges, 1896. 
8vo, 566 pages, edition 300 copies, index. 

A memorial of the golden wxdding of Leonard and Jenette 
HODGMAN, at Stillwater, N. Y., Jan. 12, 1865. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer, 1865. 8vo, 14 
pages. 

Genealogy of the HOFFMAN family, descendants of 
Martin Hoffman, [of Ulster co., N. Y., 1657], with bio- 
graphical notes. [By Elizabeth Dodds.] New York: 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 1899. 8vo, 545 pages, 18 plates, 
index. 

Record of the descendants of Silence HOLBROOK of 
Weymouth, Mass. [By C. W. Holbrook.] Worcester, 
Mass.: printed by Henry J. Howland, 1851. 8vo, 19 
pages. 

HOLLAND pedigree. By Henry W. Holland. Boston, 
Mass. : David Clapp & Son, 1882. Chart. 

HOLLINGSWORTH genealogical memoranda. Phila- 
delphia: 1869. 8vo, 6 pages. 



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HOLLINGSWORTH genealogical memoranda in the 
United States, from 1682 to 1889. [Descendants of 
Valentine Hollingsworth of New Castle co., Pa., 1682.] 
By William B. Hollingsworth. Baltimore, Md. : [W. 
K. Boyle & Son, printers] 1884. i2mo, 144 pages, 
arms. 

The HOLLISTER family of America. Lieut. John Hol- 
lister of Wethersfield, Conn., and his descendants. 
Compiled by L. W. Case, M. D. Chicago, 111. : Fergus 
Printing Co., 1886. 8vo, 805 pages. 

A letter of directions to his father's birthplace. By John 
HOLMES [of New London, Conn.]. With notes and 
a genealogy by D. Williams Patterson. New York : 
printed for the U. Q. Club, 1865. 8vo, j(i pages. 

HOLMES family. [Chart of descendants of Francis 
Holmes of Boston, Mass., who settled in Charleston, 
S. C, 1702, and giving the descendants in South Caro- 
lina. By James G. Holmes, Charleston, S. C. : 1893.] 
Chart, 8 X 16 inches. 

Swedish HOLSTEINS in America, from 1644 to 1892. 
Comprising many letters and biographical matter relat- 
ing to John Hughes. * * * xhe families of De 
Haven, Rittenhouse, Clay, Potts, Blakiston, Atlee, 
Coates and other descendants of Matthias Holstein of 
Wicaco, Philadelphia, are included. * * * gy 
Anna M. Holstein. * * * Norristown, Pa. : 1892. 
8vo, 305 pages, 35 portraits. 

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. 8vo, 367 pages. 

Statement of the origin, organization and objects of the 
HOLT Estate Association of New York. * * * 



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New York: Holt Brothers, printers, 1868. 8vo, 20 
pages. 

Proceedings of the third annual meeting of the HOLT 
Estate Association, held Jan. 10, 1871. New York: 
1 87 1. 8vo, 7 pages. 

Some of the descendants of William HOLTON, early set- 
tler of Hartford, Conn., particularly the children of Joel 
Holton of Westminster, Vt. * * * [By David P. 
Holton, M. D. New York: 1866.] Chart, 16x21 
inches. 

[Radial chart of the descendants of Dea. William HOL- 
TON of Hartford, Conn., 1636, [in line of Joel of West- 
minster, Vt.]. By D. P. Holton, 1872.] Chart, 1^x2 
feet. 

Brief account of the family of HOMER, anciently De 
Homere, of Ettingshall, co. Shrop. Eng. and Boston, 
Mass. [By B. Homer Dixon of Toronto, Canada.] 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1889. 
8vo, 2y pages, indexes. 

A genealogy of Richard HOOD who came from Lynn in 
England and settled at Lynn in Mass. about 1650. By 
Rev. Geo. Hood. Phila. : Collins, printer, 1867. i8mo. 

A genealogy of Richard HOOD who came from Lynn, in 
England and settled in Lynn in Mass. [before 1650]. 
By Cornelia E. Whipple. Danvers, Mass. : The Endi- 
cott press, 1899. i8mo, 27 pages, gives one line only. 

HOOE family of Virginia and Maryland. From " Vir- 
ginia Genealogies " by Rev. H. E. Hayden. Wilkes 
Barre, Pa. : 1891. 8vo, 4 pages, edition 50 copies. 

Paper by Commandant Edward HOOKER, U. S. Navy, 
-^""nared for the Hooker reunion at Hartford, Conn., 



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and in his absence read by John Hooker, Esq. 1890. 
8vo, 8 pages. 

An account of the reunion of the descendants of Rev. 
Thomas HOOKER, first minister of Hartford, Conn., 
held at Hartford, May 16, 1890, with other historical 
papers. Edited by John Hooker, President of Thomas 
Hooker Association. Salem, Mass. : The Salem Press 
Publishing Co., 1891. 8vo, 83 pages. 

History of the HOPKINS family, prepared and read by 
Joel E. Hayden at the annual reunion * * hj 
Weedsport, N. Y. : 1879. 32mo, 6 pages, family of David 
Hopkins of Hebron, N. Y. 

Genealogy of one line of the HOPKINS family, descended 
from Thomas Hopkins in Providence, from 1641 to 1692. 
By a descendant [Albert Holbrook]. For private distri- 
bution. Providence, R. I.: J. A. & R. A. Reid, 1881. 
8vo, 82 pages, index. 

Genealogy of the HORD family. [Descendants of John 
Hord of Virginia, 1685]. By Rev. Arnold Harris Hord. 
Phila. : J. B. Lippincott Co., 1898. 8vo, 199 pages, in- 
dexed, portraits, views. 

Josiah HORNBLOWER [who came to America in 1753] 
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. 8vo, 80 pages, index. 

HORTON gathering. Proceedings of the Horton family 
gathering and social reunion. Philadelphia: 1876. 8vo, 
13 pages. 

HORTON genealogy; or chronicles of the descendants of 
Barnabas Horton of Southold, L. I., 1640. Compiled 



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by Geo. F. Horton, M. D. Philadelphia: published by 
the Home Circle Pub. Co., 1876. 8vo, 252 pages, (paged 
240 and 12). 

The addenda to the HORTON genealogy. * * * By 
Geo. F. Horton. Towanda, Pa. : 1879. 8vo, 80 pages. 

Genealogy of the HOSMER family. [Descendants of 
Thom.as, early of Hartford, Conn.] By James B. Hos- 
mer. Hartford: steam press of Elihu Geer, 1861. 8vo, 
16 pages. 

The HOUGHTON Association. Report of the agent [F. 
M. Rice] to England. New York : Jared W. Bell, printer, 
1848. 8vo, 2"] pages. 

Report to the HOUGHTON Association, U. S. A., made 
by Columbus Smith, A. D., 1869, containing informa- 
tion relative to Houghton property in England ; also sev- 
eral genealogies of different branches of this family [in 
America. By Francis W. Houghton of New York], 
Burlington, Vt. : Daily Free Press, 1869. 8vo, 60 pages. 

Brief biographical accounts of many members of the HOUS- 
TON family [descendants of John of Virginia, 1735]. 

* * * By Rev. Sam'l Rutherford Houston, D. D. 

* * * Cincinnati: Elm Street Printing Co., 1882. 
i2mo, 420 pages. 

The Alfred HOVEY family. A memorandum of births, 
marriages and deaths. [By Thomas S. Perry. Boston, 
Mass. :] 1893. 8vo, 31 pages, plate. 

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, A. M. Printed for the com- 



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piler [by The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co.], Hart- 
ford, Conn. : 1884. 8vo, 238 pages. 

Abraham HOWARD of Marblehead, Mass. and his descend- 
'ants. [By Henry W. B. Howard. New York : privately 
printed, 1897. ^^^> 7^ pa§"^s, indexed. 

The HOWE family gathering at Harmony Grove, South 
Farmingham, Thursday, Aug. 31, 187 1. By Rev. Elias 
Nason, M. A. * * * Published by Elias Howe, 
Boston: 1871. 8vo, 46 pages. 

Filial tribute to the memory of Rev. John Moffat HOWE, 
M. D. [of Newark, N. J., by Rev. John M. Reid, and a 
brief genealogy of some of the descendants of John How 
of Sudbury, Mass., 1639, by George R. Howe. Printed 
by the De Vinne Press, 1889]. 8vo, 254 pages, portraits, 
plates and arms. 

Genealogy of the HOWES family in America. Descend- 
ants of Thomas Howes, Yarmouth, Mass., 1637- 1892. 
With some account of English ancestry. By Joshua 
Crowell Howes, Dennis, Mass. With illustrations. Yar- 
mouthport, Mass. : printed for the author by Fred. Hal- 
lett, 1892. 8vo, 208 pages, 8 portraits and views. 

HOWES genealogy. The branch of John of Madison, 
N. Y., of the sixth American generation [from Thomas 
of Yarmouth, Mass., 1639.] By Heman Howes San- 
ford. [Syracuse, N. Y. :] 1893. 8vo, 16 pages. 

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. First edition. 
New Bedford, Mass.: published by the author, 1885. 
8vo, 463 pages, 35 portraits and plates, 5 indexes. 



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HOWLAND-Crocker-Jenkins-Holbrook. A genealogy. 
Boston: The F. B. Printing Establishment, 1887. i2mo, 
12 pages. 

Extracts from the journal of Sarah HOWLAND * * * 
by her grandson Rowland Pell. 1890. 8vo, 126 pages, 
of which pages 5 to 20 contain family records. 

HOYT family. A genealogical history of John Hoyt of 
Salisbury, 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 William Barnes of Salisbury, a list of the first 
settlers of Salisbury and Amesbury, etc. By David W. 
Hoyt. Boston: C. Benjamin Richardson, 1857. 8vo, 
144 pages. 

Record of the HOYT family meeting, held at Stamford, 
Conn., June 20 and 21, 1866. By David W. Hoyt. 
Boston: 1866. 8vo, 64 pages. 

A genealogical history of the HOYT, Haight and Hight 
families; with some account of the earlier Hyatt fam- 
ilies, a list of the first settlers of Salisbury and Ames- 
bury, Mass., etc. By David W. Hoyt. Providence: 
printed for the author by the Providence Press Co., 
1 87 1. 8vo, 686 and 12 pages. 

A historical sketch of Hon. William HUBBARD [of Ips- 
wich, Mass.] and his descendants since 1630. By Ed- 
mund Tuttle. West Meriden: F. E. Hinman, printer, 
1859. i2mo, 2.^ pages. 

Descendants of George HUBBARD [of Glastonbury, 
Conn.] from 1600 to 1872. By Luther Prescott Hub- 
bard. * * * New York: 1872. 8vo, 34 pages. 

One thousand years of HUBBARD history, 866 to 1895. 
* * * Compiled by Edward Warren Day, a Hubbard 



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descendant. Published by Harlan Page Hubbard. 
New York: [G. W. Rodgers & Co., printers, 1895.] 
8vo, 495 pages, plates. 

History of the HUBBELL family, containing a genealog- 
ical record. [Descendants of Richard Hubbell of New 
Haven, Conn., 1647.] By Walter Hubbell. * * * 
New York: J. H. Hubbell & Co., 1881. 8vo, 463 pages, 
portraits, index. 

Genealogy of the family of Benjamin B. HUBERT, a Hu- 
guenot, [who came from France before 1746 and settled 
in Georgia 1786]. By Miss Sarah Donelson Hubert, of 
Barnett, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. : Franklin Printing Co., 1897. 
8vo, 10 pages, edition of 50 copies. 

The genealogy of the descendants of Daniel HUDSON 
of Watertown, Mass., who emigrated to America in 
1639. By Sanford A. Hudson. Fargo, N. D. : Com- 
monwealth Pub. Co., 1892. i6mo, 28 pages. 

HUGHES and allied families. [Principally the descend- 
ants of Henry F. and Bardwell Hughes of New Haven, 
Conn., about 1750. By David Darwin Hughes of 
Grand Rapids, Mich., 1879.] i2mo, 245 pages, index. 

Book of the HULLS ; being a genealogy of the Hull fam- 
ily, containing some account of the Hulls of England, 
Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. By 
Oliver Hull of New York. Printed by Peter Eckler, 
1863. i2mo, 36 pages. 

Records of some of the descendants of Richard HULL, 
New Haven, 1639- 1662. Compiled by Samuel C. Clarke. 
Boston: printed by David Clapp & Son, 1869. 8vo, 20 
pages, index. 

A record of the descendants of Richard HULL of New 
Haven, Conn. [1639]. * * * Compiled by Puella 



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Follett (Hull) Mason. Milwaukee, Wis. : Swain & Tate 
Co., printers, 1894. 8vo, 78 pages, edition 60 copies, 
4 additional pages were printed later. 

HUME genealogy [one line of descendants of George 
Hume of Culpeper, Va., 1721. By Hon. Frank Hume, 
Wash., D. C. 1891] 4to, 2 pages. 

The HUMPHREY family of North Yarmouth, Me. By 
Capt. James J. Humphrey. Old Times Office, Yar- 
mouth, Me., 1882. 8vo, 23 pages. 

The HUMPHREYS family in America. By Frederick 
Humphreys, M. D. * * * New York: Humph- 
reys Print, 1883. 4to, 11 15 pages, 84 illustrations. 

The HUMPHREYS family in America. Supplementary 
number, January, 1899. By Frederick Humphreys, M. D. 
* * * New York, Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford 
Co., 1899. 4to, 107 pages, index. 

HUNNEWELL family. [Descendants of Roger Hunne- 
well of Saco, Me., 1654 ] Compiled by Henry Stoddard 
Ruggles. 1892. Chart 20 x 30 inches. 

Pedigree of Hollis Horatio HUNNEWELL and Char- 
lotte Bronson Winthrop Hunnewell [of Boston, Mass., 
1892, descendants of Roger Hunnewell of Saco, Me., 
1654]. By Henry Stoddard Ruggles. 1892. Chart, 
20 X 30 inches. 

HUNNEWELL. Chiefly six generations in Massachu- 
setts [from Robert of Saco]. By James F. Hunnewell. 
Boston, Mass. : The University Press, 1900. 8vo, 47 
pages, edition 100 copies. 

Genealogy of the name and family of HUNT. * * * 
Authorized by W. L. G. Hunt. Compiled by T. B. Wy- 



igi 

man, Jr. Boston, printed by J. Wilson & Co., 1862-3. 
8vo, 16 and 414 pages. 

HUNTER family register. Descendants of Samuel 
Hunter of Augusta county, Virginia [about 1766. By 
W. W. Ustick]. Dubuque, Iowa: printed by William 
W. Ustick, 1895. 8vo, 50 pages indexed. 

The HUNTER family [descendants of Edward Hunter 
of Marlboro, Mass., born 17 16. By E. J. Hunter. 
Chicago, 111.: 1896]. 8vo, 5 pages. 

The HUNTING or Huntting family in America. [De- 
scendants of John Hunting of Dedham, Mass., 1638.] 
By T. D. Huntting. Brooklyn, N. Y. : 1888. 8vo, 83 
pages, arms, edition 200 copies. 

Memories, counsels and reflections. By an octogenary 
[Rev. Daniel HUNTINGTON]. Addressed to his 
children and descendants and printed for their use. 
Cambridge: Metcalf & Co., 1857. 119 pages. 

A genealogical memoir of the HUNTINGTON family 
in this country; embracing all the known descendants 
of Simon and Margaret Huntington [early of Windsor, 
Conn.] who have retained the family name, and the 
first generations of the descendants of other names. By 
Rev. E. B. Huntington, A. M. Stamford, Conn. : 1863. 
8vo, 428 pages. 

Philip HUNTON [of Exeter, N. H., in 1689] and his 
descendants. By Daniel T. V. Huntoon. Canton, 
Mass. : [Cambridge, Mass. : John Wilson & Son, print- 
ers], 1 88 1. 8vo, 113 pages, index. 

A discourse * * * at the funeral of Mrs. Rebecca 
Bowers of Middle Haddam, Conn, [with an appendix 
on the HURD family]. By James Kilbourn. ^ ^ * 
Hartford: press of Tiffany & Co., 1856. 19 pages. 



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A paper read at a family meeting of some of the descend- 
ants of Samuel HURLBUT, born at Chatham, Conn., 
1748, * * * hei(i a|- Racine, Wis., September 20, 
i860. By Henry Higgins Hurlbut. Racine, Wis.: 
printed at the Journal Office, 1861. 8vo, 22 pages, 
superseded. 

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. Hurlbut. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's 
Sons, publishers, 1888. 8vo, 545 pages, arms, portraits, 
indexes. 

Memorials of the family of HURRY of Great Yarmouth, 
Norfolk and of New York, United States. Norwich, 
Eng. : 1873. 8vo, 104 pages. 

The autobiography of Levi HUTCHINS, with a preface, 
notes and addenda, by his youngest son * * * [and 
notes on descendants of Wm. Hutchins of Rowley, Mass., 
1657]. Private edition. Cambridge: printed at the 
Riverside Press. 1865. i6mo, 188 pages. 

HUTCHINS genealogy. [Descendants of David of At- 
tleboro, Mass., who came from England 17 14.] Com- 
piled by Charles Hutchins. Boston. Mass. : [Bascom & 
Cronin, printers], 1885. 8vo, 16 pages. 

The book of brothers. History of the HUTCHINSON 
family. New York: published by and for the Hutchin- 
son family, 1853. i6mo, 48 pages. 

Narrative of a tour made into the county of Lincoln in 
October, 1857, for the purpose of hunting up some 
memorials of that branch of the HUTCHINSON 
family called " Hutchinson of Lincolnshire " in the old 



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coat of arms on vellum. By Peter Orlando Hutchin- 
son. Printed for private distribution among the mem- 
bers of the family, by John Harvey. Sidmouth: 1857. 
26 pages. 

HUTCHINSON, Angleterre, Etats-Unis d'Amerique, et 
France. Containing the ancestry of Richard Hutchin- 
son of Salem, Mass., 1634. 1865. 4to, 9 pages. 

A brief genealogy of the descendants of William HUTCH- 
INSON and Thomas Oliver. [Both of Boston, Mass., 
1634.] Families closely allied by intermarriage, and 
prominent at every period of the colonial history of 
Massachusetts. Reprinted, with additions, from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. By W. H. Whit- 
more. Boston: S. G. Drake, publisher, 1865. 8vo, 38 
pages. 

Notes upon the ancestry of William HUTCHINSON and 
Anna Marbury. From researches recently made in Eng- 
land. By Joseph Lemuel Chester. Boston: printed by 
D. Clapp & Son, 1866. 4to, 24 pages. 

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. Boston, U. S. A.: 1868. 8vo, 33 
pages. 

The HUTCHINSON family or the descendants of Bar- 
nard Hutchinson of Cowlam, Eng. [Ancestor of Rich- 
ard of Salem, 1634.] Compiled by Perley Derby. 
Salem: Essex Institute Press, 1870. 8vo, 107 pages. 

Descendants of Henry HUTCHINSON [of Boston, Mass., 
1763-1833]. Compiled by Edmund D. Barbour. Bos- 
ton: 1888. Chart, 14x24. 

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A brief sketch of the HUTCHINSON family of New 
Hampshire [descendants of Timothy of Hampton Falls, 
1 710]. Compiled by Frank Allen Hutchinson. Lowell, 
Mass. : Courier-Citizen Co., printers, 1896. 8vo, 23 
pages. 

The story of the HUTCHINSONS. Tribe of Jesse. By 
John Wallace Hutchinson. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 
publishers. 1896. 2 vols. 8vo, 495 and 416 pages, auto- 
biographical rather than genealogical. 

HYDE genealogy: or the descendants, in the female as 
well as in the male lines, from William Hyde of Nor- 
wich. By Reuben H. Walworth, LL. D. Albany: 
J. Munsell, 1864. 2 vols. 8vo, 1446 pages. 

A genealogy of the family of Wm. HYDE and Eunice 
Stearns of Hubbardston, Mass. [1805]. By Benjamin 
A. Dean. Boston: press of T. W. Ripley, 1889. 8vo, 
19 pages. 

INDIAN history, biography and genealogy; pertaining 
to the good sachem, Massasoit, of the Wampanoag 
tribe and his descendants. With an appendix. By 
Ebenezer W. Peirce of Freetown, Mass. North Abing- 
ton, Mass. : published by Zerviah Gould Mitchell, 1878. 
i2mo, 261 pages. 

An historical record of the descendants of Dr. John INDI- 
COTT of Hartford, Conn. [1771]. By his grandson 
J. C. Mcintosh. Springfield, Mass.: [Clark W. Bryan 
& Co., printers]. 1888. 8vo, 15 pages. 

The INGERSOLLS of Hampshire. A genealogical his- 
tory of the family in the line of John Ingersoll of West- 
field, Mass. Compiled by Lieut. Charles Stedman Ripley, 
U. S. N. Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 1893. 
8vo, 107 pages. 



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The INGHAM family : or Joseph Ingham and his descend- 
ants, 1 639- 1 87 1. By Hon. Samuel Ingham. Hartford, 
Conn. : printed by Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1871. 
i2mo, 59 pages. 

To the descendants of Timothy INGRAHAM [of Bristol, 
R. I.]. Information respecting the great Ingraham 
estate in the kingdom of Great Britain. By G. R. Glad- 
ding. Providence, R. I. : printed by Henry L. Tilling- 
hast, 1859. i2mo, 79 pages. 

Notes on the INGRAHAM genealogfy. [Descendants of 
Benjamin Ingraham of Rehoboth, Mass., 1712]. By J. B. 
Nichols. [Washington, D. C. : Kates and Andrews, 
printers], 1898. 24mo, 12 pages. 

Report of the INNIS Association. 1870. 20 pages, 
other reports were issued in 1869, 1871, etc. 

Some account of the IRELAND family, originally of Long 
Island, N. Y., 1644- 1880. By Joseph Norton Ireland 
of Bridgeport, Conn. Bridgeport: Gould & Stiles, 
printers, 1880. 8vo, 51 pages, index of given and sur- 
names. 

The IRWIN family. Sketch of Richard Irwin of Chester 
county. Pa., [1762] and his descendants. By S. D. Irwin. 
Tionesta, Pa. : [The Evenmg News Print] 1893. 8vo, 
50 pages, portrait. 

The ISBELL and Kingman families. Some records of 
Robert Isbell [of New London, Conn., 1650] and Henry 
Kingman [of Weymouth, Mass., 1635] and their de- 
scendants. Gathered from various sources and com- 
piled by Leroy W. Kingman. Owego, N. Y. : Gazette 
Printing Office, 1889. 4to, 30 pages, edition 75 copies. 

Genealogy of the family of Edward JACKSON, Sr., of 
Newton. Lithographic copy. Prepared by Francis 
Jackson. 1839. 25x27 inches, chart. 



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Proceedings of the sesqui-centennial gathering of the de- 
scendants of Isaac and Ann JACKSON [who came 
from Ireland to Newcastle, Del., in 1725] at Harmony 
Grove, Chester co., Pa., 8 mo. 25, 1875, together with 
the family genealogy. Philadelphia : published by the 
committee for the family, 1878. 8vo, 371 pages, index. 

The Edward JACKSON family of Newton, Mass., in the 
line of Commodore Charles Hunter Jackson, U. S. N., 
[through Ebenezer of] Middletown, Conn. Compiled 
by Frank Farnsworth Starr for James J. Goodwin. Hart- 
ford, Conn. Cambridge, Mass. : University Press, 1895. 
8vo, 86 pages, limited edition for private distribution 
only, of 50 copies. 

The JAMES-Stites genealogy. By Edmund J. James. 
[Reprinted from the New York Gen. and Biog. Record]. 
New York: 1898. 8vo, 6 pages. 

The JANES family. A genealogy and brief history of the 
descendants of William Janes [of New Haven], the 
emigrant ancestor of 1637. By the Rev. Frederic Janes. 
New York: John H. Dingman, 1868. 8vo, 419 pages. 

JANNEY family tree. [By Samuel M. Janney, 1868.] 
Chart, tree form, 2^ x 33 inches, lithograph, (reproduced 
in the Jolliffe Genealogy, 1893, by photography), gives 
nine generations of descendants of Thomas Janney of 
Bucks CO., Pa., 1683. 

An account of Anneke JANSE and her family. Also the 
will of Anneke Janse in Dutch and English. Albany: 
Joel Munsell, 1870. i6mo, 31 pages. 

Genealogy of the JAQUETT family. [Descendants of 
Jean Paul Jaquett of Delaware, 1655.] By Edwin Ja- 
quett Sellers. Philadelphia: 1896. 8vo, 190 pages, edi- 
tion 100 copies. 



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The JARVIS family; or the descendants of the first set- 
tlers 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 * * * [and others]. 
Hartford, Conn. : press of the Case, Lockwood & Brain- 
ard Co., 1879. 8vo, 369 pages, portraits, views. 

An account of the JAUDON family. [Descendants of 
Peter Jaudon, who came from France and settled in 
Bucks CO., Pa.] By Edwin Jaquett Sellers, A. M., 
LL. B. Philadelphia : printed by J. B. Lippincott Co., 
1890. 8vo, 24 pages. 

The Bermuda branch of the JAUNCEY family. [De- 
scendants of James, many of whom now live in the 
United States. By Joseph O. Brown. New York: 
1873.] 8vo, 6 pages, superseded by the next title. 

The -JAUNCEYS of New York. [Descendants of John 
and James of New York, 1753, who were descendants 
of James of Bermuda. By J. O. Brown.] New York: 
Thitchener & Glastaeter, printers, 1876. 8vo, 25 pages, 
portrait, arms, index. 

The JEFFERIS family [descended from Robert of Ches- 
ter county. Pa., 1685. By Gilbert Cope. West Chester, 
Pa.: 1870]. 8vo, 14 pages. 

The JENKINS family of Rhode Island, by Steuben Jenkins. 
Reprinted from the Narragansett Historical Register, 
vol. 5. Providence, R. I. : 1887. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Genealogy of the JENKS family of Newport, N. H. Com- 
piled by George E. Jenks of Concord, N. H. 1888. 8vo, 
12 pages. 

JENNER family. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register, 1865. 8vo, 3 pages. 



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JENNINGS estate. To the heirs of John Jennings, who 
* * * arrived at Fredericksburgh, Va., in Dec. 
1754. * * * By Thomas G. CHnton. Washington, 
D. C. : 1852. 8vo, 14 pages. 

Report of the JENNINGS Association, made by Colum- 
bus Smith and C. M. Fisher. Containing information 
in their possession relative to the Jennings property ; like- 
wise several genealogies of the different branches of the 
family in America and England. Rutland, Vt. : Tuttle 
& Gay, printers, 1863. 8vo, 34 pages (paged 24-hio), 
the last 10 pages printed in 1866. 

A genealogical history of the JENNINGS families in Eng- 
land and America. In three volumes. * * * By 
William Henry Jennings. Columbus, Ohio: 1899. 8vo, 
819 pages, 26 illustrations, vol. 2 only was issued. 

Edward JESSOP of West Farms, Westchester co., N. Y., 
and his descendants. With an introduction and an ap- 
pendix; the latter containing records of other Ameri- 
can families of the name, with some additional memo- 
randa. By Rev. Henry Griswold Jesup. Cambridge : 
privately printed for the author by John Wilson & Son, 
1887. 8vo, 21 -f442 pages, 14 plates, indexes. 

The JEWELL register, containing a list of the descend- 
ants of Thomas Jewell of Braintree, near Boston, Mass. 
[1639. By Pliny Jewell.] Hartford: Case, Lockwood 
& Co., i860. 8vo, 104 pages. 

Genealogy of the Gillson and JILLSON family. Col- 
lected and compiled by David Jillson, South Attleboro, 
Mass. Central Falls, Mass.. E. L. Freeman & Co., book 
and job printers, 1876. 8vo, 266 pages, index. 

A family history. JOHNSON, Stewart, Wilson, Bowers. 
[Ancestors of Mrs. John M. Bowers of Boston, daugh- 



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ter of Robert Wilson and Martha Stewart. By W. M. 
Watson.] Washington: Gibson Bros., printers, 1872. 
8vo, 17 pages. 

Genealogy. Records of the descendants of David JOHN- 
SON of Leominster, Mass., 1738. Compiled by Rev. 
William W. Johnson. Milwaukee, Wis. : printed by 
Godfrey & Crandall, 1876. 8vo, 85 pages, index. 

JOHNSON. Sketch of the Johnson family gathering held 
at Southboro, Mass., June 26, 1878, * * * [de- 
scendants of William Johnson of Charlestown, Mass., 
about 1634. Reprinted with additions from the South- 
boro Press]. Marlboro, Mass.: Pratt Bros., printers, 
1878. 8vo, 12 pages. 

The JOHNSON family. A brief account of some of the 
descendants of William Johnson, who settled in Charles- 
town, Mass., in 1634. * * * Compiled by Cyrus 
Felton. * * * Marlboro, Mass. : published by Still- 
man B. Pratt, 1879. 8vo, 16 pages. 

The JOHNSON family of the Mohawk Valley. [By J. 
Watts de Peyster. Reprinted from Stone's ''Johnson's 
Orderly Book." Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, 
printers, 1882.] 8vo, 10 pages. 

Memoirs of the JOHNSON family with an autobiography. 
By Ann J. Paxon. [Printed for private circulation.] 
Philadelphia: 1885. 8vo, portrait. 

A genealogical history of the ancestors of James Gibson 
JOHNSON and Susan Bowen, his wife, who were born 
in Reading, Vt., in 1799, and settled in Michigan in 1826. 
By their son James Bowen Johnson. Washington, D. C. : 
Howard University Press, 1891. 8vo, 27 pages, super- 
seded by the 2d title below. 

Records of the descendants of John JOHNSON of Ips- 
wich and Andover, Mass., 1635-1892, with an appendix 



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containing records of the descendants of Timothy John- 
son of Andover, and poems of Johnson descendants. By 
Rev. W. W. Johnson. Pubhshed by the compiler. North 
Greenfield, Wis. : 1892. 8vo, 200 pages, portraits, a sup- 
plement of 28 pages (paged 201 to 228) was printed in 
1896. 

The JOHNSON memorial. Jeremiah Johnson [born in 
Quincy, Mass., 1763] and Thomazin Blanchard John- 
son, his wife. * * * gy James Bowen Johnson. 
Washington, D. C. : Howard University Print, 1895. 
8vo, 154 pages, 28 portraits. 

Supplement to the JOHNSON genealogy. By Rev. W. 
W. Johnson. Containing records of the ancestors and 
descendants of Hon. Theophilus Crawford of Putney, 
Vt. [1799, who married Annis Johnson, dau. of Isaac, 
b. in Andover, Mass., 1724]. North Greenfield, Wis.: 
1896. 8vo, 28 pages, paged 201 to 226 and 2 pages of 
index to accompany the author's 1892 issue. 

The JOHNSTONS of Salisbury [Conn. Descendants of 
Capt. Archibald Johnston, 1771]. With a brief supple- 
ment concerning the Hancock, Strothers and Preston 
families. 1897. Compiled by Wm. Preston Johnston. 
New Orleans, La. : press of L. Graham & Son, 1897. 
i2mo, 216 pages. 

Family record and genealogy of the JOLIFFE family [de- 
scendants of James, who settled in Uniontown, Pa., about 
1760] from the year 1760 to 1878, inclusive. By Oliver 
P. Joliffe and James S. Watson. Morganstown, W. 
Va. : Morgan & Hoffman, printers, 1878. i8mo, 40 
pages. 

Historical, genealogical and biographical account of the 
JOLLIFFE family of Virginia, 1652 to 1893 [descend- 
ants of John Jolliffe]. Also sketches of * * * other 



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cognate families. [By William Joliffe.] Philadelphia: 
J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1893. 8vo, 245 pages, 16 plates, 
edition 150 copies. 

Memorial of the late Honorable David S. JONES. With 
an appendix containing notices of the Jones family of 
Queens co. [By W. A. Jones.] New York: Stanford & 
Swords, 1849. 8vo, 99 pages. 

Some of the descendants of Lewis and Ann JONES of 
Roxbury, Mass., through their son Josiah and grand- 
son James. Compiled for the family by William Blake 
Trask. Boston: printed for private distribution, 1878. 
4to, 75 pages, edition of 150 copies. 

The ancient proprietors of Jones's Hill, Dorchester, includ- 
ing brief sketches of the JONES, Stoughton, Tailor, 
Wiswall, Moseley, Capen and Holden families, the loca- 
tion and boundaries of their estates, etc. Compiled by 
David Clapp. Boston, Mass. : printed for private distri- 
bution, 1883. 8vo, 68 pages. 

JONES family of Milford, Mass., and Providence, R. I. 
By G. F. Jones. Philadelphia : The Globe Printing House, 
1884. 8vo, 182 pages. 

The Johnes or JONES family of Southampton, L. I., 
1 629- 1 886. By Edward R. Johnes. New York: 1886. 
8vo, 46 pages, and 6 folding charts at end. 

JONES records. Nathaniel and Rachel (Bradford) Jones 
of Ipswich, Mass., and some of their descendants. A 
help to family history. [By Augustine Caldwell. Ips- 
wich, Mass. : 1888. i8mo, 7 pages. 

Captain Roger JONES of London and Virginia. Some of 
his antecedents and descendants. With appreciative 
notice of other families. * * * By L. H. Jones. 



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Albany, N. Y. : Joel MunselFs Sons, publishers, 1891. 
8vo, 295 pages, 21 portraits, views and arms. 

The JORDAN memorial. Family records of the Rev. 
Robert Jordan [of Maine, 1641] and his descendants 
in America. Compiled by Tristram Frost Jordan. 
Boston: press of David Clapp & Son, 1882. 8vo, 488 
pages. 

A brief history of the JOY family. [Descendants of 
Thomas of Boston, 1634.] By one of them. [Cornelia 
C. Joy Dyer. New York: printed by T. Whittaker.] 
For private circulation, 1876. 8vo, 37 pages. 

Thomas JUDD [of Cambridge, Mass., 1634] and his de- 
scendants. By Sylvester Judd. Northampton: printed 
by J. & L. Metcalf, 1856. 8vo, 112 pages. 

Genealogy of the JUDSON family. Collated by Jeremiah 
Judson. i860. 15x20 inches. Chart. 

Genealogy of a part of the KASSON family in the United 
States and Ireland. [Descendants of Adam Kasson, 
who emigrated to Boston, Mass., about 1722.] By 
George M. Kasson. Woodbury, Conn. : Arthur E. Knox, 
printer, 1882. i2mo, 51 pages. 

History of the KEAGY family. By Franklin Keagy. Har- 
risburg, Pa. : 1899. 8vo, 675 pages. 

KEDZIES and their relatives. By A. S. and F. S. Kedzie. 
Grand Haven, Mich. : 1882. 8vo, 100 pages. 

John KEEP of Longmeadow, Mass., 1660- 1676, and his 
descendants. Compiled by Frank E. Best. * * * 
Chicago, III: press of E. W. Stephens, 1899. 8vo, 263 
pages, 30 portraits. 



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Account of the KEIM family. [Descendants of John 
Keim of Alsace, an early settler in Berks co., Pa.] By 
Henry May Keim. Privately printed. Reading, Pa. : 
1874. 8vo, 26 pages. 

The KEIM and allied families in America and Europe. A 
monthly. * * * DeB. Randolph Keim, editor, Read- 
ing, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. : Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1898. 
8vo, 288 pages. 

A historical sketch of Michael KEINADT [or Koiner] 
and Margaret Diller [married at New Holland, Pa., 
1749]. The history and genealogy of their numerous 
posterity in the American states up to the year 1893. Pre- 
pared by * * * the Michael Koiner Association. 
Staunton, Va. : Stoneburner & Prufer, publishers, 1893. 
8vo, 171 pages, plate. 

Memoir of Royal KEITH [descendant of Rev. James 
Keith, early of Bridgewater, Mass.] together with the 
annals of the Keith family of Scotland and the writings 
of Charles Edward Keith. Boston: C. E. Keith & Co., 
1873. 8vo, 24 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Benjamin KEITH, 
[of Bridgewater, Mass., 1 763-1814], through Timothy, 
son of Rev. James Keith [of Bridgewater, Mass., 1664] ; 
together with an historical sketch of the early family and 
personal reminiscences of recent generations. By Ziba 
C. Keith. Brockton, Mass. : G. A. Goodall, printer, 1889. 
8vo, 114 pages, 12 plates. 

Genealogical record of the family of Koelliker of * * * 
Switzerland, completed in the summer of 1849, by Rev. 
John Jacob Hess. To the above now (1883) added a 
record of the family of KELKER, since their arrival in 
this country, in 1743. * * * gy Rudolph F. Kel- 
ker. Harrisburg, Pa. : Lane S. Hart, printer, 1883. 4to, 
T33 pages. 



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Genealogical gleanings relating to the KELLEYS of Brent- 
wood, N. H. [descendants of Thomas Kelley, 1755-62] 
and kindred families of Edgerly, Shute, Robinson, Han- 
cock and Cleveland. By William Henry Kelley. St. 
Paul, Minn. : 1892. 8vo, 42 pages, portrait. 

A genealogical history of the KELLEY family descended 
from Joseph Kelley of Norwich, Conn. [1719] * * * 
Compiled by Hermon Alfred Kelley. Privately printed 
at Cleveland, Ohio: 1897. 8vo, 137 pages (paged 122 
and 15), 35 plates, index. 

Family meeting of the descendants of Charles KELLOGG 
of Kelloggsville, N. Y., with some genealogical items of 
the Kellogg family. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register. Boston: Henry W. Button & Son, 
printers, 1858. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogical items of the KELLOGG family. No. 11. By 
D. O. Kellogg, i860. 8vo, 8 pages, reprinted from Reg- 
ister. 

Notes on some of the descendants of Joseph KELLOGG of 
Hadley [Mass., 1661. By Justin P. Kellogg]. For 
private circulation only. [London], 1898. 8vo, 26 
pages, a supplement of 45 pages was published the next 
year. 

A genealogical account of the descendants of John KELLY 
of Newbury, Mass. [1635], by Giles M. Kelly. [Chi- 
cago : 1886.] 8vo, 178 pages, indexes, 13 portraits, arms. 

KELTON family items. By Dwight H. Kelton, LL. D. 
Montpelier, Vt. : 1895. ^^^^ ^4 P^g^s, edition 100 
copies. 

The KEMBLES of New York and New Jersey [descend- 
ants of Peter of New York, 1730. By Edward F. de 



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Lancey.] Reprinted from vol. 17 of the New York 
Hist. Society Collections, 1884. 8vo, 23 pages, por- 
traits. 

Genealogy of the KEMPER family in the United States. 
Descendants of John of Virginia [1714]. Compiled and 
edited by Willis Miller Kemper and Harry Linn Wright. 
Chicago: Geo. K. Hazlitt & Co.. 1899. 8vo, 267 pages, 
indexes, edition 200 copies. 

Memorial of Josiah KENDALL, one of the first settlers 
of Sterling, Mass., and some of his ancestors, and of 
his descendants. By Oliver Kendall. Providence: 
printed by the author, 1884. 4to, 153 pages, (paged 
18 and 135), edition 120 copies, illustrations, indexes. 

Celebration of the seventy-fifth birthday of Leonard Jarvis 
KENDALL, July 31st, 1885, at Augusta, Oneida co., 
N. Y. Genealogy of the Kendall family. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. : 1888. 8vo, 21 pages. 

Genealogies of the different families bearing the name of 
KENT in the United States. Together with their pos- 
sible English ancestry. A. D. 1295- 1898. By L. Vernon 
Briggs. Boston : Rockwell & Churchill Press, 1898. 8vo, 
346 pages, (paged 7 and 339), plates. 

History and genealogy of the KENT family. Descendants 
of Richard Kent, Sen., who came to America in 1633 
[and settled in Ipswich and Newbury, Mass.]. By E. 
L Dale and Edward E. Kent. [Spencer, Mass. : E. E. 
Dickerman, printer, 1898.] 8vo, 143 pages, indexes, 
view. 

A brief notice of the late Thomas KEYES of West Boyls- 
ton, together with a short historical account of his de- 
scendants, and also of his ancestry; with some incidents 
and circumstances connected therewith. Worcester: 
Henry J. Howiand, printer, 1857. i2mo, 15 pages. 



2o6 

Solomon KEYES of Newbury and Chelmsford, Mass., and 
his descendants, 1653- 1880. ^Y ^^a Keyes. Brattle- 
boro, Vt. : Geo. E. Selleck, printer, 1880. 8vo, 192 pages, 
portrait of author, coat of arms. 

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, Vt. : Geo. E. Selleck, printer, 
1880. 8vo, 319 pages, portrait of author. 

The bi-centennial reunion of the KEYSER family, 1688- 
1888. The Keyser family. Descendants of Dirck Key- 
ser of Amsterdam. Compiled by Charles S. Keyser. 
Philadelphia: 1889. 8vo, 161 pages, portraits, arms, 
views, etc. 

History and records of the KIDDER family, 1876. [By 
Rev. Samuel T. Kidder.] Chicago: Culver, Page, 
Hoyne & Co., printers, 1876. 8vo, 32 pages. 

A history of the KIDDER family from A. D. 1320 to 
1676. Including the biography of our emigrant ances- 
tor James Kidder, also a genealogy of his descendants 
through his son John Kidder, who settled in Chelmsford, 
Mass., about 1681. Published by F. E. Kidder. Boston: 
press of David Clapp & Son, 1886. 8vo, 175 pages, 11 
portraits and plates, indexes. 

The family memorial. A history and genealogy of the 
KILBOURN family in the United States and Canada, 
from the year 1635. * * * By Payne Kenyon Kil- 
bourn. Hartford: Brown & Parsons, 1845. i2mo, 151 
pages, see later edition. 

The history and antiquities of the name and family of 
KILBOURN (in its varied orthography). By Payne 
Kenyon Kilbourn, A. M. New Haven : Durrie & Peck, 
1856. 8vo, 488 pages. 



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Notice of James KIMBALL [of Salem, Mass., 1808-80, 
and his descent from Richard of Watertown, Mass., 
1634]. By Robert S. Rantoul. From the Hist, col- 
lections of Essex Institute. Salem, Mass. : printed for 
the Institute, 1882. 8vo, 13 pages. 

The Joseph KIMBALL family. A genealogical memoir 
of the ascendants and descendants of Joseph Kimball of 
Canterbury, N. H. Ten generations, 1634- 1885. Com- 
piled by John Kimball, A. M. Concord, N. H. : printed 
by the Republican Press Association, 1885. 8vo, 103 
pages, arms, 3 portraits, indexes. 

History of the KIMBALL family in America, from 1634 
to 1897, and of its ancestors the Kemballs or Kemboldes 
of England. With an account of the Kembles of Bos- 
ton, Mass. By Leonard Allison Morrison, A. M., and 
Stephen Paschall Sharpies, S. B. Boston: Damrell & 
Upham, 1897. 8vo, 2 vols., 1278 pages, 70 illustrations, 
full index. 

The KIMBALL family news. Edited by G. F. Kimball. 
Topeka, Kan. : 1898- 1899, 2 vol.= issued monthly. 

The descendants of Richard KIMBER. A genealogical 
history of the descendants of Richard Kimber of Grove, 
near Wantage, Berkshire, Eng. Compiled by Sidney 
A. Kimber. Containing the families in the United 
States from settlements in Pennsylvania and New York, 
the families in England, and descendants in Australia. 
Boston, Mass. : 1894. 8vo, 82 pages, portraits. 

Thomas KIMBERLY of New Haven, Conn., 1638 [and 
his descendants to the sixth generation. By Hon. 
David Kimberly of New Haven. Continued in one 
branch by Mrs. Martha (Kimberly) lines]. 1896. 
Broadside, 1x2 feet. 



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Genealogy of the families of KINGS, who lived in Rayn- 
ham from 1680 to the present, 1865. By E. Sanford, 
A. M. Taunton: C. A. Hack & Son, printers, 1866. 
8vo, 28 pages. 

Children of William and Dorothy KING of Salem. By 
Henry F. Waters. Reprinted from the Essex Institute 
Hist. Collections. Salem, Mass.: 1880. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Pedigree of KING of Salem, Essex co.,'Mass., 1595-1887. 
Five lines of descent. Traced by Rufus King. 1887. 
Chart, 22 X 2^. 

Pedigree of KING of Salem, Essex co., Mass., 1 595-1887. 
Five lines of descent traced by Rufus King of Yonkers, 
N. Y., 1891. Chart, 22 x 26 inches, edition 100 copies. 

Pedigree of KING of Lynn, Essex co., Mass., 1 602-1 891. 
Five lines of descent traced by Rufus King of Yonkers, 
N. Y., 1892. 23 x 28 inches. 

The KING family of Suffield, Conn. [Descendants of 
James of Suffield, 1678.] By Edmund Janes Cleveland. 
Boston : David Clapp & Son, printers [reprinted from 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register] 1892. 8vo, 7 pages, 
edition 100 copies. 

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. * * * gy Harvey B. 
King. Hartford, Ct. : 1897. 8vo, 142 pages, 18 plates, 
edition 100 copies. 

KING genealogy. Clement King of Marshfield, Mass., 
1668, and his descendants. Compiled by George Austin 
Morrison, Jr. Limited edition. Albany, N. Y. : Joel 
Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1898. 4to, 65 pages, index. 



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Eben KINGMAN, 2d. [A sketch of him and his children. 
By his son, Eben Kingman of Otis, Me. Reprinted from 
a newspaper article pubHshed in 1893.] 1896. Svo, 4 
pages. 

Henry KINGSBURY and his descendants. By John Ward 
Dean. 1857. 8vo, 4 pages, reprinted from the Reg- 
ister. 

History and genealogy of a branch of the family of KINNE 
[descendants of Henry Kinne of Salem, Mass., 1653]. 
By Emerson Kinne. Syracuse, N. Y. : Masters & Stone, 
printers, 1881. 8vo, 96 pages. 

The KINSMAN family. Genealogical record of the de- 
scendants of Robert Kinsman of Ipswich, Mass., from 
1634 to 1875. Compiled for Frederick Kinsman by 
Lucy W. Stickney. Boston, Mass. : printed by Alfred 
Mudge & Son, 1876. 8vo, 258 pages. 

Historical notes of the family of KIP of Kipsburg and 
Kip's Bay, N. Y. [Descendants of Henry Kip of New 
York, 1635.] Privately printed [for Rev. W. I. Kip. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer], 1871. 8vo, 49 
pages. 

The KIRBYS of New England. A history of the descend- 
ants of John Kirby of Middletown, Conn., [1670], and 
of Joseph Kirby of Hartford, Conn., and of Richard 
Kirby of Sandwich, Mass. * * * gy Melatiah 
Everett Dwight. New York: The Trow print, 1898. 
Svo, 451 pages, plates, edition 185 copies. 

Historic genealogy of the KIRK family, as established by 
Roger Kirk, who settled in Nottingham, Chester co., 
Province of Pennsylvania, about the year 17 14; * * * 
also a record of two hundred and nine of the descendants 
of Alphonsus Kirk, who migrated from Lurgan, North 
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Ireland, and settled in the county of New Castle, Del. 
By Charles Stubbs, M. D. Lancaster, Pa.: Wylie & 
Griest, 1872. i6mo, 252 pages. 

The KIRKLAND or Kirtland family. By V. C. San- 
born. Boston: [reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register], 1894. 8vo, 5 pages. 

The KIRKPATRICK memorial [descendants of Alex- 
ander of Mine Brook, N. J., 1736] or biographical 
sketches of father and son, and a selection from the ser- 
mons of the Rev. Jacob Kirkpatrick, Jr. The sketches 
by the Rev. George Hale, D. D. Edited by the Rev. Wm. 
M. Blackburn. Philadelphia: Westcott & Thompson, 
1867. i2mo, 312 pages. 

Memorial of Chief Justice KIRKPATRICK and Jane 
Bayard, his wife [with an account of their descendants]. 
By Mrs. Dr. How. New York: 1870. 8vo, 75 pages. 

The KISS AM family in America, from 1644 to 1825. [De- 
scendants of John of Flushing, N. Y., 1667.] By Edward 
Kissam. New York: 1892. i2mo, 94 pages, index, 
arms. 

Robert KITCHEL [of New Haven, Conn., in 1639, after- 
wards of New Jersey] and his descendants from 1604 
to 1879. Compiled by H. D. Kitchel. New York: John 
P. Prall, printer, 1879. 8vo, 80 pages. 

Seven centuries in the KNEELAND family. By S. F. 
Kneeland. New York: 1897. ^^o^ 5^3 pages. 

Statue of Col.' Thomas KNOWLTON. Ceremonies at 
the unveiling. [Historical address by P. Henry Wood- 
ward, with a brief genealogy.] Hartford, Conn. : press 
of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1895. 8vo, 53 
pages, pages 45 to 53 contain a reprint of the article in 



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the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, vol. 15, with a 
few changes. 

Prospectus and year book * * * of KNOWLTON 
Association of America. By W. H. Griffith. Albany, 
N. Y. : S. H. Wentworth, printer, 1897. 8vo, 88 pages. 

The history and genealogy of the KNOWLTONS of Eng- 
land and America. By C. H. W. Stocking, D. D. New 
York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1897. 8vo, 608 pages, 
(paged II and 597), illustrations. 

The sixtieth anniversary of the marriage of John J. and 
Sarah Ann KNOX, Oct. 7, 1873. [Descendants of 
John Knox of Schenectady, N. Y., 1764, and William 
Knox of Hartford, Conn., 1762.] For private circula- 
tion. New York : printed by Edward O. Jenkins [1873]. 
8vo, 107 pages, plates. 

Thomas (Nock) KNOX of Dover, N. H., in 1652 and 
some of his descendants. Compiled by W. B. Lapham. 
Privately printed. Augusta: press of the Maine 
Farmer, 1890. 8vo, 34 pages. 

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 
of Germany. By Daniel Kolb Cassel of Germantown, 
Pa. Norristown, Pa. : Morgan R. Wills, publisher, 1895. 
8vo, 584 pages. 

Genealogy of the KOLLOCK family of Sussex county, 
Delaware, 1657-1897. By Edwin Jaquett Sellers. Phila- 
delphia: [press of J. B. Lippincott Co.],- 1897. 8vo, 72 
pages, index, edition 200 copies. 

A brief history of John Valentine KRATZ [of Philadelphia, 
1727], and a complete genealogical family register, with 



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biographies of his descendants. * * * gy R^y^ a. 
J. Fretz of Milton, N. J., with introduction by R. W. 
Kratz of Pomona, Kan. Elkhart, Ind. : Mennonite Pub- 
lishing Co., 1892. 8vo, 315 pages, 18 illustrations. 

Jacob KUHN and his descendants. By George Kuhn 
Clarke, LL. B. Reprinted from the Register, 1897. 8vo, 
9 pages. 

The LADD family. A genealogical and biographical 
memoir of the descendants of Daniel Ladd of Haverhill ; 
Joseph Ladd of Portsmouth, R. I. ; John Ladd of Bur- 
lington, N. J. Compiled by Warren Ladd of New Bed- 
ford. Printed for the author by Edmund Anthony & 
Son3, New Bedford, Mass., 1890. 8vo, 413 pages. 

Family records. LAMB, Savory, Harriman. [Giving one 
line of descendants of Isaac Lamb of New London, 
Conn., 1696, Robert Savory of Newbury, Mass., 1656, 
and Leonard Harriman of Rowley, Mass., 1647]. Col- 
lected and compiled by Fred. W. Lamb, a descendant. 
Ipswich, Mass. : Augustine Caldwell, [printer] 1900. 
8vo, 24 pages. 

Record of John Michael LAMBERT and his descendants. 
By I. F. Rathgeber. Freemansburg, Pa. : 1893. 8vo, 
46 pages. 

The genealogy of the LAMBORN family * * * gy 
Samuel Lamborn. Philadelphia, Pa: press of M. L. 
Marion, 1894. 8vo, 487 pages, 73 illustrations. 

An account of the reunion 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., Nov. 22 and 23, 1876. New York: J. W. Pratt, 
printer, 1877. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Family history of Sir Curtis M. LAMPSON, Baronet, and 
his wife. Lady Jane Walter Lampson, of London, Eng. 



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[both natives of New England]. By J. W. Wright 
Kalamazoo, Mich.: Pease & Son, printers, 1881. 8vo, 
14 pages. 

The LANDIS family of Lancaster co. [Pa.]. A compre- 
hensive history of the Landis folk from the martyrs' era 
to the arrival of the first Swiss settlers, giving their 
numerous lineal descendants. * * * By d b. Lan- 
dis. * * * Lancaster, Pa. : published and printed by 
the author, 1888. 8vo, 90 pages, some copies have illus- 
trations. 

An imperfect list of descendants from Job LANE, Wm. 
Lane of Dorchester and William Lane of Boston. 
With notices of some others of the same name. [By E. 
Lane. Chicago, 111.: 1856.] 4to, 6 pages. 

Memoranda relating to the LANE, Reyner and Whipple 
families, reprinted from the Register. By W. H. Whit- 
more. 1857. 8vo, 24 pages. 

Hampton LANE family memorial. A reprint of the ad- 
dress at the funeral of Dea. Joshua Lane of Hampton, 
N. H., who was killed by lightning June 14, 1766, by his 
son Dea. Jeremiah Lane of Hampton Falls. With 
sketches of his ancestry and families to the fourth genera- 
tion from William Lane of Boston, Mass., 165 1. By 
Rev. Jas. P. Lane. Printed by Lane Bros., Norton. 
Mass. : 1885. 18 mo, 35 pages. 

LANE families of Massachusetts Bay Colony. Memorial 

address at the reunion of descendants and kindred 

* * * Sept. I, 1886. By Rev. James P. Lane. 

Printed by request * * * ^\)y Lane Bros., Norton, 

Mass. : 1886]. 8vo, 58 pages. 

James LANE of North Yarmouth, Me., and his descend- 
ants. By Rev. James P. Lane of Norton, Mass. [Re- 



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printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for 
April, 1888.] 8vo, 12 pages. 

LANE genealogies. Vol. I. William Lane of Boston, 
Mass., 1648, including the records of Edmund J. Lane 
and James P. Lane, Capt. John Lane of York co., Me., 
1693, Capt. John Lane of Fishersfield, N. H., 1737. By 
Rev. Jacob Chapman and Rev. James H. Pitts. Exeter, 
N. H. : printed by John Templeton, 1891. 8vo, 296 
pages. 

LANE genealogies. Vol. IL [Containing the descend- 
ants of William Lane of Dorchester, Mass. ; Robert Lane 
of Stratford, Conn. ; John Lane of Milford, Conn. ; John 
M. Lane of Boston, Daniel of New London, Conn., and 
George of Rye, N. Y.] Compiled by James Hill Pitts. 
Exeter, N. H. : The News-Letter Press, 1897. 8vo, 299 
pages, portraits, well indexed. 

Genealogical notes on the families of Daniel LANE, 2d, 
and Mary Griswold Lane of Killingworth and Wolcott 
in Connecticut * * * 1763]. Compiled by four of 
their descendants [A. C. Beckwith and others] . Elkhorn, 
Wis.: [The Independent print], 1899. 8vo, 64 pages, 
indexes. 

Descendants of Philip and John LANGDON of Boston. 
By Arthur M. Alger of Boston. [Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] Boston, Mass.: 
1876. 8vo, 4 pages. 

The LAPHAM family register, or records of some of the 
descendants of Thomas Lapham of Scituate, Mass., in 
1635. By WilHam B. Lapham, M. D. * * * Au- 
gusta: Sprague, Owen & Nash, printers, 1873. 8vo, 31 
pages. 

The LATHROP family tree. Collected and arranged by 
John Lathrop. Buffalo, N. Y. : 1867. Chart. 



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LATHROP genealogy. [The author's Hne of descend- 
ants of Samuel Lathrop of Norwich, Conn., 1648. By 
Daniel S. Lathrop of Albany. Albany, N. Y. : Joel 
Munsell's Sons, printers, 1882.] 8vo, 13 pages. 

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. Ridge- 
field, Conn. : 1884. 8vo, 457 pages, portraits. 

A genealogical memoir of the family of John LAW- 
RENCE of Watertown, 1636; with brief notices of 
others of the name in England and America. [By Rev. 
John Lawrence.] 1847. 8vo, 64 pages. 

Genealogy of the ancestors and posterity of Isaac LAW- 
RENCE. By Frederick S. Pease of Albany. Albany: 
printed by Joel Munsell, 1848. 8vo, 20 pages, superseded 
by the 2d edition. 

Genealogy of the ancestry and posterity of Isaac LAW- 
RENCE, and centennial meeting of his descendants, 
November 2j, 1851. [By F. S. Pease.] Albany: Joel 
Munsell, 1853. 8vo, y6 pages. 

A genealogical memoir of the families of Lawrences, with 
a direct male line from Sir Robert LAWRENCE of Lan- 
cashire, A. D. 1 190, down to John Lawrence of Water- 
town, A. D. 1636, with notices of others of same name in 
different states. By Mercy Hale of Stowe, Mass. Bos- 
ton: printed for the author, 1856. 8vo, 20 pages. 

The genealogy of the family of John LAWRENCE of 
Wisset, in Suffolk, Eng., and of Watertown and Groton, 
Mass. Boston : published for the author by S. K. Whip- 
ple & Co., 1857. 8vo, 191 pages. 



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Historical genealogy of the LAWRENCE family [of New 
York], from their first landing in this country, A. D. 
1635, to the present date, July 4th, 1858. By Thomas 
Lawrence of Providence, R. L New York: printed by 
Edward O. Jenkins, 1858. 8vo, 240 pages. 

The will of William LAWRENCE, born in Groton, 1783, 
died in Boston, 1848, to which are prefixed the wills of 
William Boardman, Sr., who died in 1806; of his daugh- 
ter Susannah Boardman, who died the same year, and 
of his son WilHam Boardman, born 1760, died 1842; 
also the will of Mrs. Susan Ruggles Lawrence, born 
1787, died 1858. [By H. A. Whitney.] [The Law- 
rence arms.] Boston: [Riverside Press], i860. Folio, 
48 pages, edition 6 copies, printed for use of the trustees. 

The genealogy of the family of John LAWRENCE of 
Wisset, in Suffolk, Eng., and of Watertown and Groton, 
Mass. [Third edition. By John Lawrence.] Boston: 
published for the author by Nichols & Noyes, 1869. 8vo, 
332 pages. 

LAWRENCE— Townley estate of England. Buffalo: 
printing house of Matthews & Warren, 1871. i2mo, 
24 pages. 

The genealogy of the family of John LAWRENCE 
* * * of Watertown and Groton, Mass., continued 
to the present year. Printed for the author [John Law- 
rence]. Cambridge, Mass. : 1876. 74 pages. 

Family of John LAWRENCE, who settled in Watertown, 
Mass., 1639. Also of Philip Goss of Lancaster, Mass., 
and Selah Pomroy. By John Lawrence. Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1881. 8vo, 96 
pages, edition 300 copies, index. 

History of the LAWRENCE— Townley and Chase— 
Townley estates in England. With copious historical 



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and genealogical notes of the Lawrence, Chase and 
Townley families, and much other valuable information. 
By James Usher. New York City: 1883. 8vo, 107 
pages. 

The mystery solved. Facts relating to the '' LAW- 
RENCE— TOWNLEY," '' Chase— Townley," mar- 
riage and estate question. With genealogical informa- 
tion concerning the families of Townley, Chase, Law- 
rence, Stephens, Stevens and other families of America. 
By Frank Alden Hill. Rand, Avery Co., Boston, made 
this book, 1888. 8vo, 94 pages, 2 folding charts of 
Stevens family of Canterbury, Conn., and Townley family 
of New Jersey and Maryland. Illustrated with views and 
arms. 

Historical sketches of some members of the LAW- 
RENCE family [of New England]. With an appendix. 
By Robert M. Lawrence, M. D. Boston: Rand, Avery 
Co., printers, 1888. 8vo, 215 pages, 7 plates, edition 300 
copies. 

Memorials of Robert LAWRENCE, Robert Bartlett and 
their descendants. By Hiram Bartlett Lawrence. [A 
nearly complete history of the Lawrence family which 
first settled in Sandwich, Mass., and one line of the de- 
scendants of Robert Bartlett of Plymouth, Mass., 1623, 
thro' six generations to John Bartlett of Maine, 1793, 
with a full account of the latter's descendants and a regis- 
ter of the Plymouth Bartletts. Holyoke, Mass.: 1888.] 
Svo, 223 pages, indexes. 

The divine covenant fulfilled in the ancestral family history 
of the LAWRENCE — Hughes and Eldredge generations 
of Cape May co., N. J. By the Rev. Daniel Lawrence 
Hughes, D. D., of Petersburgh, Pa. Cape May City, 
N. J. : J. L. Landis, printer, 1891. Svo, 161 pages. 



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LEACH family record. Descendants of Lawrence Leach 
of Salem, Mass., 1629. Through his son Giles of Bridge- 
water, Mass., 1665. Compiled by Samuel Chessman. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, 1898. 4to, 42 pages, 
plate, index. 

The LEARNED family (Learned, Earned, Learnard, 
Larnard and Lerned), being descendants of William 
Learned, who was of Charlestown, Mass., in 1632. 
Compiled by William Law Learned, in part from the 
papers of the late Joseph Gay Eaton Earned. Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1882. 8vo, 346 
pages, indexes. 

The LEARNED family. * * - 2d edition. 1898. 
8vo, 505 pages. 

Edward LEATHERS and his descendants. By A. H. 
Quint. Dover, N. H. : 1891. 8vo, 8 pages. 

The LEAVENS name; its origin and its track through 
New England to northern Vermont. By P. F. Leavens. 
Passaic, N. J. : Thurston & Barker, printers, 1889. i2mo, 
25 pages. 

A genealogy of the LEAVENWORTH family in the 
United States, with historical introduction, etc., by Elias 
Warner Leavenworth, LL.D., of Syracuse, N. Y. * * * 
Syracuse, N. Y. : S. G. Hitchcock & Co., 1873. ^^o, 376 
pages. 

A genealogical table of a family of and descendants from 
Mr. Jacob LEAVITT of Turner, Me., [b. 1732. By 
Jas. Torrey]. Lewiston : Wm. H. Waldron, 1853. i8mo, 
16 pages. 

Genealogical table of the LEE family [descendants of 
Thomas Lee of Saybrook, Conn.], from the first emi- 
gration to America in 1641. Brought down to the year 



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1 85 1. Compiled from information furnished by Hon. 
Martin Lee of Granville, Washington co., N. Y., and 
from other sources, by the Rev. William H. Hill of 
Morris, Ostego co., N. Y. (Printed for private circu- 
lation only.) Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co.'s print, 
1 85 1. 8vo, 31 pages. 

Genealogical history of the LEE family of Virginia and 
Maryland, from A. D. 1300 to A. D. 1866. With notes 
and illustrations. Edited by Edward C. Mead. New 
York: Richardson & Co., 1868. 8vo, 114 pages. 

A record of the descendants of Col. Richard LEE of Vir- 
ginia, prepared as an aid to further investigation. By 
C. F. Lee, Jr., and J. Packard, Jr. Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston : printed by 
David Clapp & Son, 1872. 8vo, 11 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of John LEE [of Farming- 
ton, Conn., 1 64 1.] By Rev. Samuel Lee of New Ips- 
wich, N. H. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register.] 1874. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Memoirs of Benjamin LEE. Addressed to his grandchild- 
ren by his son, Alfred Lee, bishop of Delaware, 1807- 
1887. [Phila. : J. B. Lippincott & Co., printers, 1875.] 
4to, 65 and 24 pages, contains much genealogical matter. 

John LEE of Farmington, Hartford co., Conn., and his de- 
scendants. Arranged by Sarah Marsh Lee, Norwich, 
Conn. Norwich: press of the Bulletin Co., 1878. 4to, 
180 copies, view of Farmington, 2 indexes, edition 125 
copies. 

LEE family quarter-millenial gathering of the descendants 
and kinsmen of John Lee, one of the early settlers of 
Farmington, Conn., held in Hartford, Conn., Aug. 5th 
and 6th, 1884. [Compiled by W. W. Lee.] Meriden, 



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Conn.: Republican Steam Print, 1885. 8vo, 116 pages, 
19 portraits, map. 

John Leigh of Agawam (Ipswich), Mass., 1 634-1 671, and 
his descendants of the name of LEE, with genealogical 
notes and biographical sketches so far as can be obtained, 
including notes on collateral branches. Compiled by 
William Lee. Published by Joel Munsell's Sons. 
Albany, N. Y. : 1888. 8vo, 500 pages, pages 401 and 16 
contain the descendants of the Woodhouse family. 

LEE of Virginia. Genealogical notes proving the error 
of the previously accepted pedigree. By J. Henry Lea. 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register 
for Jan. 1890.] 8vo, 11 pages. 

LEE of Virginia. [By J. Henry Lea. Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Jan. 1892.] 8vo, 
23 pages. 

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. 8vo, 14 
pages. 

LEE of Virginia, 1642- 1892. Biographical and geneal- 
ogical sketches of the descendants of Col. Richard Lee, 
with brief notices of the related families. * * * By 
Edmund Jennings Lee, M. D. Phila. : [Franklin Print- 
ing Co.], 1895. 8vo, 586 pages, plates. 

Reunion of the descendants of John LEE of Farmington, 
Conn., held * * * Aug. 12 and 13, 1896. Edited 
* * * by Leonard Lee. Meriden, Conn. : Republi- 
can Pub. Co., 1896. 8vo, 67 pages. 

John LEE of Farmington, Hartford co.. Conn, and his 
descendants; containing over 4,000 names, 1634- 1897. 



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Second edition. First edition by Sarah Marsh Lee of 
Norwich, Conn., 1878. With much miscellaneous his- 
tory of the family. * * * Compiled by Leonard 
Lee and Sarah Fiske Lee. * * * Published by the 
Lee Association. Meriden, Conn. : [Republican Record 
Book Print], 1897. 8vo, 527 pages, portraits, well in- 
dexed, copies of the 1896 '' Reunion " pamphlet of 67 
pages were bound in with this. 

Memoranda of the LEES and cognate families. For three 
hundred years back. [Being the family and descendants 
of George Lee of Wayne county. Pa., who came from 
Ireland 1784]. Gathered chiefly from family sources. 
By J. N. Lee, D. D. Waukegan, 111.: DeKay Bros., 
printers, 1898. i6mo, 47 pages, 3 portraits. 

Supplement to John LEE of Farmington, Conn., and his 
descendants (pubhshed in 1897). 1634- 1900. Com- 
piled by Leonard Lee. Meriden, Conn. : Record-Repub- 
lican print, 1900. 8vo, 176 pages, illustrations. 

[Thomas LEEDS, an Englishman, settled at Shrewsbury, 
N. J., about 1677, and his descendants. By B. F. Leeds 
of Phila. : 1886.] Chart, 2x2 feet, superseded by the 
later work following. 

LEEDS. A New Jersey family. Its beginning and a 
branchlet [being a genealogy of the descendants of 
Thomas Leeds of Shrewsbury, N. J., 1676]. By Clara 
Louise Humeston. * * * Issued by B. F. Leeds. 
Los Angeles, Cal. : Cal. Voice Print [1897]. 8vo, 17 
pages. 

The family of William LEETE, one of the first settlers of 
Guilford, Conn., and governor of New Haven and Con- 
necticut colonies. Compiled by Edward L. Leete. New 
Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 
1884. 8vo, 168 pages, indexed. 



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Genealogical chart of the LEFFERTS family, showing 
the chain of title to the Bedford farm. Bound with 
abstract of the title of the Lefferts farm in the city of 
Brooklyn. Compiled by A. S. Wheeler. Brooklyn: 
Eckler, printer, 1870. 

Genealogy of the LEFFERTS family. [Descendants of 
Leffert Pietersen van Haughwout, who came from Hol- 
land in 1660 and settled in Flatbush, L. L, N. Y.], 1650- 
1878. By Tennis G. Bergen, Bay Ridge, New Utrecht, 
N". Y. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer, 1878. 8vo, 
172 pages, arms, index of given and surnames. 

1637-1897. The LEFFINGWELL record. A genealogy 
of the descendants of Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell, one of 
the founders of Norwich, Conn. By Albert Leffingwell, 
M. D. * * * and Chas. Wesley Lefifingwell, D. D. 
* * * Aurora, N. Y. : Leffingwell Publishing Co. 
[printed by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor. New Haven, 
Ct], 1897. 8vo, 256 pages, 32 illustrations. 

LEIGHTON genealogy. An account of the descendants 
of Capt. William Leighton of Kittery, Me., 1650. With 
collateral notes relating to the Frost, Hill, Bane, Went- 
worth, Langdon, Bragdon, Parsons, Pepperrell, Fernald, 
Nason and other families of York co. and its vicinity 
[and a brief history of the settlement of Maine and sketch 
of the early history of Kittery]. By Tristram Frost 
Jordan. * * * Albany, N. Y. : press of Joel Mun- 
sell's Sons, 1885. 8vo, 127 pages, 4 indexes. 

A short account of the first permanent tramway in America. 
To which is added a biographical sketch of its projector, 
Thomas LEIPER [i 745-1825, with a genealogical rec- 
ord of his descendants]. By Robert Patterson Robins, 
A. M., M. D. Phila. : 1886. 8vo, 13 pages. 

Genealogical notes relating to Lieut. Gov. Jacob LEISLER 
and his family connections in New York. By Edwin 
R. Purple. New York: 1877. 8vo, 24 pages. 



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The LELAND magazine, or a genealogical record of Henry 
Leland, and his descendants, >i< * * embracing 
nearly every person of the name of Leland in America, 
from 1653 to 1850. By Sherman Leland. Boston: 
printed by Wier & White, 1850. 8vo, 278 pages, 32 por- 
traits, indexes. 

A genealogical memoir of the LEONARD family; con- 
taining a full account of the first three generations of the 
family of James Leonard, who was an early settler of 
Taunton, Mass. ; with incidental notice of later descend- 
ants. By Wm. R. Dean. Boston: S. G. Drake, No. 56 
Cornhill, 1851. 8vo, 28 pages, including the 4 pages of 
appendices added in 1853 and 1868. 

Memorial : genealogical, historical and biographical, of 
Solomon LEONARD, 1637, of Duxbury and Bridge- 
water, Mass., and some of his descendants. By Man- 
ning Leonard, Southbridge, Mass. [Auburn, N. Y. : 
Knapp, Peck & Thomas, printers,] 1896. 8vo, 454 
pages, 17 portraits, edition 300 copies. 

Bryant LESTER of Lunenburg county, Virginia [1758] 
and his descendants. By Thomas McAdory Owen. 
(From the Publications of the Southern History Asso- 
ciation, April, 1897). Baltimore, Md. : The Frieden- 
wald Co., 1897. 8vo, 13 pages. 

A genealogical memoir of the family of Elder Thomas 
LEVERETT of Boston. By Nathaniel B. Shurtleff. 
Boston: printed for the author, 1850. 8vo, 19 pages, 
superseded by a later work. 

A memoir, ^biographical and genealogical of Sir John 
LEVERETT, Knt., governor of Massachusetts, 1673- 
79; of Hon. John Leverett, * * * and of the fam- 
ily generally. Boston: Crosby, Nichols & Co., 1856. 
8vo, 203 pages. 



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The LEVERING family; or a genealogical account of 
Wigard Levering and Gerhard Levering, two of the 
pioneer settlers of Roxborough township; Philadelphia 
CO., Pa., and their descendants; and an appendix con-- 
taining brief sketches of Roxborough and Manayunk. By 
Horatio Gates Jones. Philadelphia: printed by King & 
Baird, 1858. 8vo, 193 pages. 

Proceedings of the LEVERING family reunion, held at 
Levering, Knox co., Ohio, August 6th, 1891. Published 
by order of the association. Columbus, Ohio: 1892. 
8vo, 120 pages. 

LEVERING family history and genealogy. [Descend- 
ants of John and Gerhard who came to Philadelphia 
1685]. By Col. John Levering * * * [Indianapo- 
lis: Wm. B. Burford, printer, 1897]. 8vo, 975 pages, 
58 portraits, arms, 8 plates, 3 indexes. 

Brief memoir of Dr. Winslow LEWIS. By John Shep- 
pard, Esq. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register.] Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer, 
1863. 8vo, 33 pages, portrait, edition 100 copies, con- 
tains a brief mention of his family. 

Records of the family of Thomas LEWIS and Mary Terrill 
(1745- 1 873). Printed in Bradford co., Pa., 1873. 8vo, 
7 pages. 

LEWIS Letter. [Lewisiana]. Published monthly by the 
Lewis league. Edited by Frank P. and Carll A. Lewis. 
Lisle, N. Y., and Elliott, Conn.: 1887-1900, 10 vols., 
vols. I to 3 by Frank P. Lewis and the remainder by Carll 
A. Lewis. 

Genealogy of the LEWIS family [of Virginia] in America, 
from the middle of the seventeenth century down to the 
present time. By Wm. Terrell Lewis. * * * 
Louisville, Ky. : published by the Courier- Journal Job 
Printing Co., 1893. 8vo, 454 pages. 



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Book Eighteen of the genealogy of the LEWIS family. 
[Being one branch of the descendants of William Lewis 
early of Hartford, Ct., and Hadley, Mass.] By Simeon 
D. Lewis. Buffalo, N. Y. : Charles Wells Moulton 
[printer], 1891. i6mo, 66 pages, index, portrait, edi- 
tion 150 copies. 

The LIBBY family in America, 1 602-1 881. [Descend- 
ants of John Libby of Maine, 1635.] Prepared and 
published by Charles T. Libby. Portland, Me. : printed 
by B. Thurston & Co., 1882. 8vo, 628 pages, 27 por- 
traits, 4 mdexes. 

Major John LILLIE. 1755-1801. The Lillie family of 
Boston. 1 663- 1 896. By Edward Lillie Pierce. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. : John Wilson & Son, 1896. 8vo, 122 pages, 
a revised edition was issued later in the same year. 

To members of the LILLY family. [Preliminary circular 
giving partial records. By J. W. Lilly. Binghamton, 
N. Y. : 1 88 1.] 4to, 4 pages. 

Tribute to the memory of Noah LINCOLN, with genea- 
logical and biographical notes. By Chandler Robbins. 
Boston: 1856. 8vo, 49 pages, of which the last 14 are 
genealogical. 

Notes on the LINCOLN families of Massachusetts, with 
some account of the family of Abraham Lincoln, late 
president of the United States. By Solomon Lincoln of 
Hingham. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register. Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1865. 
8vo, 10 pages. 

The LINCOLN family and branches, of Wareham, Mass. 
Compiled by James Minor Lincoln. [New York:] 
1885. Oblong 8vo, "j^j pages, 2 views, superseded by 
1899 edition. 
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The lineage of President Abraham LINCOLN. By Samuel 
Shackford of Chicago, 111.. [Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1887.] 8vo, 7 pages. 

Stephen LINCOLN of Oakham, Mass., his ancestry and 
descendants. Compiled by John E. Morris. Hartford, 
Conn. : press of Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1895. 
8vo, 109 pages. 

The LINCOLN family and branches, of \\^areham, Mass. 
[Descendants of Rufus of Wareham, 1799, and his ances- 
try traced to Thomas of Hingham and Taunton, Mass. 
1649]. Compiled by James Minor Lincoln. [Cam- 
bridge, Mass.: Riverside Press], 1899. 8vo, 124 pages, 
5 plates. 

The LINDSAYS of America. A genealogical narrative 
and family record. Beginning with the family of the 
earliest settler in the mother state, Virginia, and includ- 
ing all the Lindsays of America. By Margaret Isabella 
Lindsay. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publish- 
ers, 1889. 8vo, 292 pages (paged 16 + 275 -hi), plates, 
folding charts. 

LINTON— Lacock, 1831-1881. [Golden wedding of 
John Linton and Adelaide Henrietta Lacock. With the 
Linton family traced to John, who came from Ireland 
and settled in Pennsylvania in 1695. By James M. Swank. 
Phila. : 1881.] i2mo, 15 pages. 

The LIPPINCOTTS of England and America. Edited 
from genealogical papers of the late James S. Lippin- 
cott. 1892. 8vo, 43 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Lawrence LITCHFIELD, 
the Puritan. By Rev. Abner Morse, A. M. Boston 
1855. 8vo, 18 pages, reprinted from the Register. 



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The descendants of Lawrence LITCHFIELD, the Puritan. 
By A. A. Vinal, Assinippi, Mass., 1899. Chart 20x26, 
gives names only, for 9 generations. 

Descendants of George LITTLE. Cambridge, Mass. : 
printed at University Press, 1877. i2mo, 16 pages, 
superseded. 

Descendants of George LITTLE, who came to Newbury, 
Mass., in 1640. Compiled by George T. Little. Cam- 
bridge: printed at the University Press by Charles J. 
Little, 1877. 8vo, 82 pages, superseded by a later work. 

The descendants of George LITTLE, who came to New- 
bury, Mass., in 1640. By George Thomas Little, A. M. 
Auburn, Me. : published by the author, 1882. 8vo, 620 
pages, indexes. 

Chief Justice LITTLE [who went from New England to 
Edenton, N. C, about 1724] with some account of his 
descendants. [By M. D. Haywood of Raleigh, N. C] 
From the North Carolina University Magazine for April, 
1895. 8vo, 9 pages. 

A genealogy of the LITTLEHALE family in America, 
from 1633 to 1880. [Descendants of Richard, an early 
settler of Rowley, Mass.] Collated and compiled by F. H. 
Littlehale. * * * Dallas, Texas : Bolles & Stevens, 
printers, 1880. 8vo, 10 pages. 

A complete history and genealogy of the LITTLEHALE 
family in America, from 1633 to 1889. Collected and 
compiled by Frederick H. Littlehale. * * * Boston, 
Mass. : published by A. W. and F. H. Littlehale, 1889. 
8vo, 128 pages. 

The LITTLETON family of Virginia. [By Robert Pat- 
terson Robins. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register for October, 1887.] 8vo, 7 pages. 



228 

Report of the LIVERMORE Association, U. S. A., made 
by Josiah A. Hawkins, agent. Rutland, Vt. : 1865. 8vo, 
38 pages. 

Lineage of the LLOYD and Carpenter family. Compiled 
from authentic sources by Charles Perrin Smith, Trenton, 
N. J. Printed by S. Chew, Camden, N. J. : 1870. 4to, 
88 pages. 

Memoranda concerning Lloyd's Neck (manor of Queens 
village), Long Island, N. Y., and the LLOYD family. 
[By Charlotte Lloyd Schmidt.] 1884. 7 pages, coaf 
of arms, 3 illustrations. 

Book of the LOCKES. A genealogical and historical 
record of the descendants of William Locke of Woburn. 
V^ith an appendix, containing a history of the Locked 
in England, also of the family of John Locke of Hamp- 
ton, N. H., and kindred families and individuals. By 
John Goodwin Locke. Boston and Cambridge : James 
Munroe & Co., 1853. 8vo, 406 pages. 

Descendants of Capt. John LOCKE of Rye, N. H., 1640. 
By A. H. Locke of Portsmouth, N. H. 1893. Chart, 
contains 3,600 descendants, blue print. 

Descendants of Capt. John LOCKE of Rye, N. H., 1640. 
By A. H. Locke of Portsmouth, N. H. 1897. Chart, 
contains 6,000 descendants, blue print. 

The descendants of Calvin LOCKE, of Sullivan, N. H., 
who was of the fifth generation from Dea. William Locke, 
of Woburn, Mass., (1628-1720). Compiled by Rev. 
Samuel L. Gerould, D. D. Lebanon, N. H. : H. E. 
Waite & Co., 1900. 8vo, 24 pages, indexes. 

Colonial and revolutionary history of the LOCKWOOD 
family in America from A. D. 1630 [descendants of 



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Edmund and Robert Lockwood of Watertown, Mass., 
1630-6, and Fairfield co., Conn.]. Compiled by Fred- 
eric A. Holden and E. Dunbar Lockwood. Philadel- 
phia: 1889. 8vo, 26 and 884 pages. 

A genealogical sketch of the early LOMBARDS, with 
verses. [Descendants of Bernard and Thomas of Scit- 
uate, 1633.] ^y Albert E. Lombard. Lowell, Mass. : 
published by the Franklin Press, 1883. 24mo, 71 pages, 
portrait of author. 

Genealogy of Benjamin LONG of Tonawanda, Erie Co., 
N. Y. By Benjamin F. Thomas. Rochester, N. Y. : 
1898. 8vo, 10 pages. 

A record of the LONGLEY families of Shirley, Mass., and 
their descendants. [Reprinted from Chandler's History 
of Shirley, Mass.] Fitchburg, Mass.: press of Blanch- 
ard & Brown, 1884. 8vo, 50 pages. 

The descendants of Joseph LOOMIS, who came from 
Braintree, Eng., in the year 1638, and settled in Wind- 
sor, Conn., in 1639. By Elias Loomis, LL. D. * * * 
New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1870. 
8vo, 292 pages, superseded by the next title. 

The descendants of Joseph LOOMIS, who came from 
Braintree, Eng., in the year 1638 and settled in Wind- 
sor, Conn., in 1639. By Elias Loomis, LL. D. Second 
edition, revised and enlarged. New Haven: Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor, 1875. 8vo, 611 pages. 

The descendants (by the female branches) of Joseph 
LOOMIS, who came from Braintree, Eng., in the year 
1638, and settled in Windsor, Conn., in 1639. By Elias 
Loomis, LL. D. New Haven, Conn. : Tuttle, More- 
house & Taylor, 1880. 2 vols. 8vo, 11 32 pages. 



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Genealogy of Fanny B. LORD. [Albany, N. Y. : 1865.] 
6 pages, giving merely an outline of a single line of her 
ancestry, principally in England, without dates or au- 
thorities. 

Our family record. [Ancestry of James M. LORING.] 
By James M. Loring of St. Louis, Mo. 1891. 8vo, 22 
pages. 

Genealogical record of the descendants of Caleb LOUD, ist 
[born 1747] 13th child of Francis Loud, Jr., [born 1700 
at Ipswich, Mass.] and Onner Prince Loud. [Descend- 
ants of Francis Loud of Arrowsic Island, Me., 1679 and 
Ipswich, Mass.]. Compiled by Watson Loud, M. D., 
Romeo, Mich., and published by Henry M. Loud, Oscoda, 
Mich. Detroit: 1889. 8vo, 77 pages. 

Genealogy of the LOVELAND family in the United States 
of America. Ffom 1635 to 1892. Containing the de- 
scendants of Thomas Loveland of Wethersfield, now 
Glastonbury, Conn. * * * By J. B. Loveland of 
Fremont, Ohio, and George Loveland of Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. Fremont, Ohio: I. M. Keeler & Son, printers, 1892- 
5. 8vo, 3 vols., 836 pages (paged 253 + 256 + 327), 83 
plates. 

Supplement to Vol. II, to the LOVELAND Genealogy, 
containing the descendants of Eliza Loveland and Reuben 
BEARD [of Bennington, Ohio, 1828]. * * * By 
P. C. Beard. Toledo, Ohio: 1897. 8vo, 38 pages, 
wholly devoted to the Beard family from 1828 to date. 

Descendants of William LOW of Boston, Mass. [born 
1748]. Compiled by Edmund Dana Barbour. 1890. 
chart 16 X 25. 

The historic genealogy of the LOWELL family of America 
[being the posterity of Percival of Newbury, Mass.] 



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1639-1899- Compiled and edited by Delmar R. Lowell. 
Rutland, Vt. : The Tuttle Co., printers, 1899. 8vo, 878 
pages (paged 52 and 826), illustrations, indexes. 

LOWNDES of South Carolina, an historical and genealogi- 
cal memoir. By George B. Chase, A. M., Harv. Bos- 
ton, Mass. : A. Williams & Co., 1876. 8vo, 84 pages. 

Historico-genealogical sketch of Col. Thomas LOWREY 

[of Flemington, N. J. 1750] and Esther Fleming, his 

wife. By Henry Race, M. D. Flemington, N. J. : 1892. 
8vo, 16 pages. 

The LUDINGTON family, the first of the name in Amer- 
ica. [William of New Haven, Conn., 1662, and his 
family.] By Lewis S. Patrick. Marinette, Wis. : The 
Independent Press, 1886. 8vo, 5 pages. 

Genealogical sketch of the LUDLAM family. By An- 
thony J. Ludlam. Springfield, 111. : H. W. Rokker, 
printer. 1878. 8vo, 19 pages. 

LUDLAM genealogy: a genealogy of the descendants of 
William Ludlam of Southampton, L. I. By Julia Parish 
Ludlam. New York: American Bank Note Co., 1896. 
4to, 52 pages, index. 

The LUDWELL genealogy. By Cassius F. Lee, Jr. 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1879.] 8vo, 3 pages. 

LUDWIG genealogy: sketch of Joseph Ludwig, who was 
born in Germany in 1696, and his wife and family, who 
settled at Broad Bay, Waldoboro, Me., 1753. By M. R. 
Ludwig. Augusta: printed by Kennebec Journal, 1866. 
8vo, 223 pages. 

Benjamin LUNDY * * * his ancestors, descendants 
* * * [Reprinted from Shotwell genealogy]. 1897. 
8vo, 15 pages. 



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Genealogies of the LYMANS of Middlefield, of the Dick- 
insons of Montreal, and of the Partridges of Hatfield. 
[By J. T. Dickinson.] Boston: David Clapp & Son, 
printers, 1865. 8vo, 29 pages. 

LYMAN anniversary. Proceedings at the reunion of the 
Lyman family, held at Mt. Tom and Springfield, Mass., 
August 30th and 31st, 1871. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Mun- 
sell, 1 87 1. 8vo, 60 pages. 

Genealogy of the LYMAN family in Great Britain and 
America : the ancestors and descendants of Richard Ly- 
man, from High Ongar in England, 1631 [who settled in 
Hartford, Conn.]. By Lyman Coleman, D. D. * * * 
Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, 1872. 8vo, 533 pages. 

The diaries of Benjamin LYNDE [son of Simon, who 
came to Boston, 1650] and Benjamin Lynde, Jr., with an 
appendix containing the pedigree of Browne and 
Lynde. [By Oliver.] Boston, Mass. : privately printed, 
1880. 8vo, 251 pages. 

Contributions to the early history of Bryan MacDONALD 
and family, settlers in 1689 * * * jj^ Delaware. 
* * * By Frank V. MacDonald, A. B., * * * 
San Francisco, Cal. : Winterburn & Co., printers, 1879. 
4to, 65 pages. 

Genealogy of the MacDONALD family. Edition B. 
Comprising all names obtained up to February, 1876. 
[By Frank V. MacDonald. New Haven: Morehouse 
print, 1879.] 4to, 123 pages. 

Supplement No. I to Edition B of the MacDONALD 
genealogy, containing records of the descendants of Jesse 
Peter, one of the pioneer settlers near Mackville, Ky. : to- 
gether with * * * ti^g early history of the Peter 
family. * * * By Frank V. McDonald, A. B., 



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Harvard law student. Cambridge, Mass. : John Wilson 
& Son, 1880. 4to, y2 pages. 

History of the Clan MACFARLANE, by Mrs. C. M. Lit- 
tle. Tottenville, N. Y. : Mrs. C. M. Little, 1893. ^vo, 
252 pages, 10 portraits and plates. 

Genealogical records of the descendants of David Mx\CK 
[born in Hebron, Ct., 1750, settled in Middlefield, Mass., 
1776, great-grandson of Josiah Mack of Lyme, Ct., 
1693] to 1879, by Sophia Smith and Charles S. Smith. 
Rutland, Vt. : Tuttle & Co., printers, 1879. 8vo, 81 
pages. 

Genealogy of the MACY family from 1635-1868. [De- 
scendants of Thomas of Nantucket, Mass.] Compiled 
by Silvanus J. Macy, New York. Albany : Joel Munsell, 
1868. 8vo, 457 pages. 

Origin and history of the MAGENNIS family. * * * 
By John F. Meginness. * * * Williamsport, Pa. : 
Heller Bros.' printing house, 1891. 8vo, 248 pages, 
plates. 

Descendants of Aaron and Mary (Church) MAGOUN, 
Pembroke, Mass. With illustrations and a complete in- 
dex. Third edition. By Samuel Breck,.U. S. A. Wash- 
ington, D. C. : Rufus H. Darby, printer, 1891. 8vo, 33 
pages. 

Supplement to the MAGOUN memorial. By Samuel Breck, 
U. S. A. Governor's Island, New York City: 1893. 
8vo, 14 pages. 

The genealogy of the MAKEPEACE families in the United 
States from 1637 to 1857 [descendants of Thomas of 
Boston, 1637]. By William Makepeace. Boston : David 
Clapp, 1858. 1 2mo, 107 pages. 



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John MALLET, the Huguenot [of Fairfield, Conn., about 
1700], and his descendants. 1694- 1894. Compiled by 
Anna S. Mallett. Harrisburg, Pa. : Harrisburg Publish- 
ing Co., 1895. 8vo, 20 and 342 pages. 

Family record of the MALTBY-Morehouse family. [De- 
scendants of William Maltby of Branford, Conn.] 
* * * [By Mrs. Georgia Lord Maltby. New Haven, 
Conn.: The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor press, 1895.] 
8vo, 157 pages, indexes. 

Record of the MAN, Needles (Nedels) and Hambleton 
families, from 1495 ^o 1876. By Samuel Hambleton 
Needles. Philadelphia: 1876. 8vo, 124 pages. 

Genealogy of the MANN family. [Principally the de- 
scendants of Nathaniel of Mansfield, Conn.] By Rev. 
Joel Mann. 1873. i2mo, 24 pages, largely superseded 
by the later work of G. S. Mann. 

MANN memorial : a record of the Mann family in Amer- 
ica. Genealogy of the descendants of Richard Man of 
Scituate, Mass., * * * and other branches. By 
George S. Mann. Boston, Mass., press of David Clapp 
& Son, 1884. 8vo, 251 pages, portraits, arms, indexed. 

[MANNING family of Salem and Ipswich, Mass. Ma- 
ternal pedigree of Nathaniel Hawthorne. From re- 
searches in England by Henry F. Waters, 1887.] 
Broadside. 11 x 14 inches, lithographed for Col. Henry 
Lee, a reduced lithographed fac-simile was afterwards 
issued by Walter K. Watkins. It is superseded by the 
fuller pedigree published facing page 389 of Vol. LI of 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. 

Notes on the MANNING family, with additional notes on 
the Waters, Proctor and Whitfield families. By Henry 
F. Waters, A. M., Boston : printed for private distribution 



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[reprinted from the N. E. Hist, ond Gen. Register for 
July], 1897. 8vo, 35 pages. 

The descendants of Richard and Gillian MANSFIELD, 
who settled in New Haven, 1639, with sketches of some 
of the most distinguished; also, of connections of other 
names. Compiled and published by H. Mansfield. New 
Haven: 1885. 8vo, 198 pages, 20 portraits. 

MARCH genealogy — earlier generations [of descendants 
of Hugh March of Newbury, Mass., 1638]. By Ellen 
Gates March of Baltimore, Md. Boston, Mass. : reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1899. 8vo, 
4 pages. 

Moses MARCY and his descendants. By Prof. Oliver 
Marcy. 1897. 8vo, 15 pages. 

The MARIS family (of Worcestershire, Eng., and Penn- 
sylvania). By George L. Maris, of West Chester, Pa. 
[Philadelphia: 1883.] i2mo, 15 pages. 

The MARIS family in the United States. A record of the 
descendants of George and Alice Maris. 1683- 1885. 
Compiled for the family of George L. and Annie M. 
Maris. West Chester, Pa. : 1885. 8vo, 279 pages. 

Descendants of Jacob MARKLEY of Skippack, Mont- 
gomery CO., Pa. [1725. By Henry S. Dotterer of Phila- 
delphia.] Published by the Markley Freundschaft. 1884. 
8vo, 36 pages. 

Stammtafel der familie Merkle, nach den Kirchenbiichern 
zu Bonfeld. * * * Published by the MARKLEY 
Freundschaft of Montgomery co., Pa. July, 1886. Chart 
9 X 26 inches, supplemental to preceding title, and giving 
the ancestry and collateral relations of Jacob Markley. 

Genealogy of the MARSH family. Outline for five gener- 
ations of the families of John of Salem, 1633; John of 



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Hartford, 1636; Samuel of New Haven, 1646; Alexander 
of Braintree, 1654; John of Boston, 1669; and William 
of Plainfield, 1675. [With an account of the Marsh 
family reunion at Lake Pleasant in 1886.] Edited by 
D. W. Marsh. Amherst: press of J. E. Williams, 1886. 
8vo, 60 pages. 

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. 8vo, 230 pages, 4 indexes. 

The genealogy of John MARSH of Salem and his de- 
scendants, 1 633- 1 888. Collected and published by Col. 
Lucius B. Marsh of Boston, Mass. Revised and edited 
by Rev. Dwight W^ Marsh of Amherst, Mass. Amherst, 
Mass.: J. E. Williams, printer. 1888. 8vo, 283 pages, 
index of given and surnames. 

MARSH genealogy, giving several thousand descendants 
of John Marsh of Hartford, Conn. 1636- 1895. * * * 
By Dwight Whitney Marsh * * * Amherst, Mass. : 
press of Carpenter & Morehouse, 1895. 8vo, 68 and 516 
pages. 

A chart of the MARSHALL family. Prepared by W. M. 
Paxton. Platte City, Mo.: 1884. Chart, about i8x 18 
inches, superseded by the later work by same author. 

The MARSHALL family. A history of the descendants 
of William Marshall, born 1722, died 1796 [removed 
from North of Ireland to Scotland, thence to Adams co., 
Pa., about 1750]. By Oscar S. Marshall of Kittaning, 
Pa. : 1884. 8vo, 245 pages. 

The MARSHALL family or a genealogical chart of the 
descendants of John Marshall [of Westmoreland co., 
Va., 1 700- 1 752] and Elizabeth Markham, his wife, 



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sketches of individuals and notices of families connected 
with them. By W. M. Paxton, Platte City, Mo. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio: Robert Clarke & Co., 1885. 8vo, 415 
pages, portrait, chart, index. Some copies of the chart 
were issued separately. 

Memoirs of the MARSTONS of Salem, with a brief gene- 
alogy of some of their descendants. * * * Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: 
press of David Clapp & Son, 1873,. 8vo, 48 pages. 

The MARSTON genealogy. In two parts. Compiled by 
Nathan Washington Marston, Esq., of Lubec, Me. 
* * * South Lubec, Me. : 1888. 8vo, 595 pages, por- 
traits, arms. 

Genealogical chart of MARSTON family of Salem, Mass., 
Hampton, Moultonboro and Sandwich, N. H. Compiled 
by Enoch Quimby Marston of Sandwich, N. H. The 
News Letter Press, Exeter, N. H. : 1898. Broadside 
12 X22 inches. 

Notices genealogical and historical of the MARTIN family 
of New England, who settled at Weymouth and Hingham 
in 1635, * * * ^ith some account of their descend- 
ants. By Henry J. Martin. Boston: Lee & Shepard, 
publishers, 1880. 8vo, 358 pages. 

Genealogical sketch of the descendants of Reginald and 
Matthew MARVIN, who came to New England in 1635. 
Compiled from authentic sources, by T. R. Marvin. Bos- 
ton : 1848. i2mo, 36 pages. 

A record of the descendants of Robert MASON of Rox- 
bury, Mass. By William Lyman Mason. Milwaukee, 
Wis.: Burdick, Armitage & Allen, printers, 1891. 8vo, 
39 pages. 

Archibald Dale MASON [born at Snow Hill, Md., 1786, 
removed to Pittsburg, Pa., 1806] and his descendants. 



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[By H. D. Mason.] 1892. W. V. Dermitt & Co., 
printers, Pittsburg, Pa. 8vo, 15 pages. 

Preliminary notes on the genealogy of the Sampson MASON 
family [of Swansea, Mass., 1663]. Printed and pubHshed 
by Alverdo H. Mason, East Braintree, Mass., 1897. 8vo, 
122 pages. 

Data concerning the families of Archibald Dale MASON 
[of Pittsburg, Pa., 1806] and John Denning [of Smyrna, 
Del, born 1781]. Collected by Harrison D. Mason. 
Pittsburg, Pa.: The Brooks Co., printers, 1898. 8vo, 
16 pages, is a supplement to the 1892 vol. 

Genealogy of the MATHER family, from about 1500 to 
1847, with sundry biographical notices. [By John 
Mather.] Hartford : press of Elihu Geer, 1848. i2mo, 
"jd pages. 

Lineage of Rev. Richard MATHER [of Dorchester, 
Mass., 1635, and a genealogy of his descendants]. By 
Horace E. Mather. Hartford, Conn. : press of The Case, 
Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1890. 8vo, 540 pages, 30 
illustrations. 

Family history [of MATTHEWS and Denman families], 
compiled by Mary Rebekah Matthews. [Newton, N. J. : 
press of Wm. H. Nicholls], 1897. 8vo, 16 pages, edition 
100 copies. 

Genealogy of the MAULE family, with a brief account of 
Thomas Maule of Salem, Mass., the ancestor of the 
family in the United States. [By R. L. Nicholson.] 
Philadelphia, Pa.: 1868. 8vo, 15 pages. 

Memorials of the MAURAN family. [Descendants of 
Joseph Charles Mauran, born 1748, who came from Italy 
and settled in Rhode Island.] Collected in part by James 



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Eddy Maura n. Compiled by John C. Stockbridge. 
Providence, R. I.: 1893. 8vo, 171 pages. 

Remarks on the MAVERICK family and ancestry of Gov. 
Simon Bradstreet. By Isaac J. Greenwood. [Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] 1894. 
8vo, 8 pages. 

The MAXWELL family, descendants of John and Ann 
Maxwell [of Greenwich, N. J., 1747]. 1701-1894. 
* * * Compiled by Henry D. Maxwell. Easton, Pa. : 
[Easton Express Print], 1895. 4to, 85 pages (paged 6 
and 85 ) , indexed. 

The genealogy of the descendants of John MAY, who came 
from England to Roxbury in America, 1640. [By the 
Rev. Samuel May and others.] Boston, Mass.: Rand, 
Avery & Co., 1878. 8vo, 35 and 175 pages. 

Memoir and genealogy of the Maryland and Pennsylvania 
family of MAYER, which originated in the free imperial 
city Ulm, Wurtemburg, 1495- 1878. By Brantz Mayer. 
[Privately printed for the family by William K. Boyle 
& Son, at Baltimore, Md. : 1878.] 4to, 179 pages, index 
of heads of families. 

Descendants of Archibald McALLISTER, of West Penns- 
boro township, Cumberland county. Pa., 1730- 1898. By 
Mary Catharine McAllister. Harrisburg, Pa. : Schef- 
fer's Printing House, 1898. 8vo, 200 pages (paged 
85 + 93-1-14), indexed, edition 100 copies. 

Genealogy of the family of Maclellan. Compiled from 
various sources, with notes. By M. A. McCLELLAND. 
M. D. Knoxville, 111.: 1882. 8vo, 21 pages. 

Family record and biography [of the descendants of Hugh 
and Thomas McCbRMICK of Penn. about 1735]. 



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Compiled by Leander James McCormick. Chicago: 
1896. 8vo, 489 pages, (paged 478 and 11) portraits, 
well indexed; copies of the tabular pedigree, entitled 
'' Family Trees," were issued separately. 

Records of the McCRILLIS families in America. Com- 
piled and arranged by H. O. McCrillis. Taunton: 
printed at the office of John S. Sampson, 1882. 8vo, 42 
pages. 

Historical reminiscences of the McCULLOUGH family 
and collaterals. By S. McCullough. Printed for the 
family. Philadelphia: i860. i2mo, 84 pages. 

Mcelroy family chart. By E. A. Claypool. Chicago : 
1900. Chart. ^ 

Oui kindred. The McFARLAN and Stern families of 
Chester co.. Pa., and New Castle co., Del. In two parts. 
First part : The McFarlan and Heald chronicle, ances- 
tral and genealogical. Second part : The Stern and 
West record, ancestry and genealogy. Illustrated. By 
Cyrus Stern. Edited by Lizzie M. Marshall. Introduc- 
tion by Jacob Taggart Stern of Logan, Iowa. 1885. 
179 pages. 

McGINNESS and Scott families and their branches. 
Genealogical notes. By Samuel W. McGinness and Mary 
R. Ford. Pittsburg, Pa. : Murdock, Kerr & Co., printers, 
1892. 8vo, 299 pages, illustrated. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Andrew Mc- 
INTOSH of Willington, Conn. [1777]. * * * By 
J. C. Mcintosh. Springfield, Mass. : Clark W. Bryan & 
Co., printers, [1888]. 8vo, 51 pages. 

The genealogy of Hugh McKAY [of Boston, Mass., born 
in Nova Scotia, 1788] and his lineal descendants. 
1788-1895. [By William L. Kean. Boston: 1895.] 
i2mo, 'j^ pages. 



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Genealogy of the McKEAN family of Pennsylvania. By 
Roberdeau Buchanan. * * * Washington, D. C. : 
1890. 8vo, 286 pages. 

The Scotch ancestors of William McKINLEY, President 
of the United States [through David of Chanceford, 
Pa., 1745]. Compiled by Edward A. Claypool, a Chi- 
cago genealogist. Chicago : [printed by Schulkins & 
Co.], 1897. i2mo, 46 pages, portrait. 

Genealogy of the McKINSTRY family, with a prelimi- 
nary essay on the Scotch-Irish immigrations to America. 
By William Willis of Portland, Me. Boston : Henry W. 
Button & Son, printers, 1858. 8vo, 28 pages. 

Genealogy of the McKINSTRY family, with a preliminary 
essay on the Scotch-Irish immigration to America. By 
William Willis of Portland, Me. Second edition, cor- 
rected and enlarged. Portland : printed by David 
Tucker, 1866. 8vo, 46 pages. 

Genealogical record of Thomas and Harriet Clapp Mc- 
KINGHT * * * and descendants, here styled the 
McKnight family circle. [Descendants of Lewis Mc- 
Knight of Monmouth co., N. J.] * * * gy ^jj. 
liam S. Brockway. Milwaukee: [Swain & Tate, print- 
ers] 1889. 8vo, 98 pages, index. 

The family reunion on the fiftieth anniversary of the mar- 
riage of Donald Campbell McLAREN and Jane Stev- 
enson, 1873, at Geneva. Detroit, Mich.: 1873. i2mo, 
39 pages. 

Memorials of the McMATH family, including a genealogi- 
cal account of the descendants of Archibald McMath, 
who was born in Scotland about the year 1700 [whose 
son Alia came to Chester county, Pa., 1756]. Compiled 
by Frank M. McMath. Detroit, Mich. : Speaker Print- 
ing Co., 1898. 8vo, 240 pages, portraits. 
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Tales of our forefathers and biographical annals of families 
allied to those of McPIKE, Guest and Dumont. [De- 
scendants of James McPike of Maysville, Ky., about 
1795, Henry Guest of New Brunswick, N. J., 1755, and 
Wallerand Dumont of Kingston, N. Y., 1660.] Edited 
by Eugene F. McPike. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's 
Sons, publishers, 1898. 4to, 181 pages, index. 

History of the MEAD family of (Horseneck) Greenwich, 
Conn. [By Rev. J. H. H. De Mille.] 1882. 8vo, 107 
pages, of which 39 pages were issued in 1878, and 13 in 
1880. 

Pedigree of the MEADE family. By A. J. Dallas. [Phila- 
delphia, Pa. : 1879.] 8vo, 4 pages. 

Biographical notice of Henry Hallam MEARS, Sr. [who 
died at Philadelphia in 1870], to which is appended a 
genealogy of the Mears family [descendants of William, 
who settled in Georgia about 1735]. By Prof. John W. 
Mears, D. D., of Hamilton College, N. Y. Philadelphia : 
James B. Rodgers & Co., 1873. i2mo, 31 pages. 

The story of an old farm, or life in New Jersey in the eigh- 
teenth century. By Andrew D. Mellick, Jr. With a 
genealogical appendix [containing the MELICK family, 
descendants of Johannes MoeHch, who settled in Somer- 
set CO., N. J., 1735, and his kindred]. The Unionist- 
Gazette, Somerville, N. J.: 1889. 8vo, 744 pages, in- 
cluding 87 of genealogy. 

History, correspondence and pedigrees of the MENDEN- 
HALLS of England and the United States. By Wil- 
liam Mendenhall of Bath, Eng. Extended by his son 
Edward Mendenhall. Cincinnati : Moore, Wilslach & 
Baldwin, printers, 1865. 8vo, 63 pages, with numerous 
folding pedigrees, etc. 



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An illustrious family. The pedigree of the MEREDITHS. 
[From the Wayne County, Pa., Herald, Feb. 6, 1879.] 
8vo, 7 pages. 

Some MERIAMS and their connection with other fami- 
lies. By Rufus N. Meriam: Reprinted from the pro- 
ceedings of the Worcester Society of Antiquity for 1887. 
Worcester, Mass. : private press of Franklin P. Rice, 
1888. 8vo, 52 pages. 

The MERIWETHERS and their connections. * * * 
By Louisa H. A. Minor. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's 
Sons, publishers, 1892. 8vo, 180 pages, portraits, plates 
and arms. An earlier edition was privately printed at 
Louisville, Ky., in 1890. 

The family of MERRIAM of Massachusetts. By W. S. 
Appleton. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1892. 8vo, 15 
pages. 

MERRICK genealogy. A genealogical circular, very re- 
spectfully addressed to all the Merricks in America 
[mainly relating to the descendants of Thomas Merrick 
of Springfield, Mass., 1638. By Rev. James L. Mer- 
rick of South Amherst, Mass. : i860]. 4to, 9 pages. 

My wife and mother [Frances E. MERRILL and Naomi 
Humphrey]. Notes on their ancestry. By Heman H. 
Barbour. Hartford, Conn. : printed by Williams, Wiley 
& Waterman, 1865. i2mo, 396 pages (paged 312-1-84), 
the last 84 pages, containing the genealogical matter, 
were re-issued in separate form. 

A contribution to the genealogy of the MERRILL family 
in America, being a particular record of the ancestry of 
Hamilton Wilcox Merrill [showing his descent from Na- 
thaniel Merrill, early of Newbury, Mass.]. By his son 
Frederick J. H. Merrill. Albany: printed privately for 
the writer and for his friends, 1899. 8vo. 20 pages. 



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MESICK genealogy. [Five generations of descendants 
of Ffitz Musigh, a German palatine, who settled on 
Claverack creek, Columbia co., N. Y., in 1719. By Mrs. 
J. W. Elseffer, nee Harriet Mesick. Red Kook, N. Y. : 
1888.] Small 8vo, 45 pages. 

Genealogy of the MESSINGER family [descendants of 
Henry of Boston, 1640]. Compiled by George W. Mes- 
singer. Albany : J. Munsell, 1863. 8vo, 14 pages. 

The MESSINGER family in Europe and America. By 
George Washington Messinger of Boston. * * * 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register 
for October, 1862.] Lowell, Mass.: George M. Elhott, 
publisher, 1882. 8vo, 12 pages. 

Genealogy of a branch of the METCALF family, who 
originated in West Wrentham, Mass. [from Michael of 
Dedham, Mass., 1637] ; with their connections by mar- 
riage. Prepared by E. W. Metcalf for distribution at 
the celebration of the ninetieth birthday of Caleb Met- 
calf, 23 July, 1867. 8vO' 12 pages. 

Barnabas METCALF of Franklin, Mass., and his descend- 
ants. [Reprinted from the Dedham Historical Register 
for October, 1893.] 1894. 8vo, 16 pages. 

The genealogy of the MICKLEY family in America [de- 
scendants of John Jacob Mickley of Philadelphia, 1733]. 
By Minnie F. Mickley. Mickleys, Pa.: 1893. 8vo, 182 
pages. 

Charles MIFFLIN, M. D. With an account of his an- 
cestors and ancestral connections. By Benjamin C. Mif- 
flin. Cambridge: printed at the Riverside Press, 1876. 
8vo, 63 pages. 

Memoranda relating to the MIFFLIN family. By John 
Houston Merrill. Printed for private distribution. 



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[For James Mifflin of Philadelphia. Philadelphia : 1890.] 
8vo, 91 pages. 

Genealogy of the MILES family [descendants of John 
Miles of Concord, Mass. By Rev. Henry A. Miles. 
Lowell, Mass. : 1840]. 8vo, 12 pages. 

Annals of the MILES family in Pennsylvania, and the 
story of a forged will. By Charles H. Barnes. Phila- 
delphia: 1895. 8vO, 182 pages, illustrated. 

A short historical account of the MILLER and Morris 
families colated [sic] partly from tradition, but mostly 
from authentic records by Morris Miller. Knoxville, 
Ohio: 1876. 32mo, 300 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Thomas MILLS, one 
of the first settlers in Dunbarton, N. H. [about 1751]. 
Prepared by Ella Mills. Marlboro, Mass. : Times prmt, 
1893. i6mo, 32 pages. 

Genealogy of the MILLS family. [By Susan L. Mills. ] 
1896. i8mo, 36 pages. 

Pedigree of MINER. By W. H. Whitmore. Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston : 
H. W. Button & Son, i860. 8vo, 8 pages. 

A genealogical record of the MINOT family in America 
and England. [Family of Elder George Minot of Dor- 
chester, Mass.] By Joseph G. Minot. Boston, Mass. : 
privately printed, 1897. 4to, 55 pages, plates, edition 
200 copies. 

Thomas and Margaret MINSHALL, who came from Eng- 
land to Pennsylvania in 1682, and their early descend- 
ants, to which are added some account of Griffith Owen 
and descendants for a like period. By one of the sixth 



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generation [J. Painter of Lima, Pa.] 1867. i2mo, 8 
pages. 

Sketch of an anniversary festival of the MITCHELL fam- 
ily, held at South Britain, Conn., Oct. 5, 1858. ^ ^ ^ 
New York: Henderson & Stoothoff, printers, 1859. 
i8mo, 28 pages. 

The MITtHELL family of North Yarmouth, Me. By 
William Mitchell Sargent. Old Times office, Yarmouth, 
Me. : 1878. 8vo, 9 pages. 

The MITCHELL, Bryant and Orr families, and sketches 
of the last 274 pears. [Descendants of Experience 
Mitchell of Plymouth, Mass.] By Seth Bryant. Bos- 
ton, Mass. Lynn, Mass. : Luther C. Parker & Co., print- 
ers, 1894. 8vo, 32 pages. 

A brief account of * * * Jonathan MIX of New 
Haven * * * and of his descendants. By Wil- 
liam Phipps Blake. New Haven : printed by Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor, 1886. 8vo, 12 and 98 pages. 

Meeting of the MONTAGUE family at Hadley, Mass., 
Aug. 2, 1882. Boston, Mass.: Franklin Press; Rand, 
Avery & Co., 1882. 8vo, 107 pages. 

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 the name of Mon- 
tague. Compiled by George Wm. Montague. Revised 
and edited by William L. Montague, Professor in Am- 
herst College. Amherst, Mass. : press of J. E. Williams, 
1886. 8vo, 785 pages, plates, indexes. 

History and genealogy of Peter MONTAGUE of Nanse- 
mond and Lancaster counties, Va., and his descendants, 



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1621-1894- Compiled and published by George William 
Montague. Amherst, Mass. : press of Carpenter & More- 
house, 1894. 8vo, 494 pages, 2 indexes, 46 portraits 
and plates. 

A genealogical history of the family of MONTGOMERY, 
mcluding the Montgomery pedigree. [Ancestry and de- 
scendants of William of East Jersey, 1702]. Compiled 
by Thomas Harrison Montgomery. * * * Phila- 
delphia: printed for private circulation, 1863. ^^o, 158 
pages. 

Memorables of the Montgomeries, New York. [By D. 
Williams Patterson, for Thos. H. MONTGOMERY.] 
New York: 1866. 8vo, 7 pages, edition 100 copies. 

History of the descendants and connections of William 
MONTGOMERY and James Somerville, who emigrated 
to America from Ireland * * * [in 1803 and set- 
tled in Perry, Ohio. By Frank Montgomery] 1897. 
i2mo, 112 pages. 

Biographical sketches of the MOODY family: embracing 
notices of ten ministers and several laymen, from 1633 
to 1842. By Charles C. P. Moody. Boston: published 
by Samuel G. Drake, 1847. 8vo, 168 pages, biographi- 
cal only. 

A short genealogical account of a few families of the early 
settlers in Eliot, and of a branch of the MOODY family : 
from the timxC they emigrated to this country to the year 
1850. [By Wm. Fogg.] Printed at Saco by A. A. 
Hanscomb : 1851. i6mo, 22 pages. 

Genealogical notes regarding the MOODYS of Suffolk co., 
England, and of America. 

American ancestral chart, including dates of leading events, 
of a branch of the family of Rev. John MOORE of New- 



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town, L. I. [1652], which settled in Pennsylvania. Com- 
piled from wills, deeds, family records and other authen- 
tic sources. By J. W. Moore. Easton, Pa. : 1897. Chart, 
28 X 42 inches, folded in cover. 

Ancestors and descendants of Andrew MOORE [of Chester 
CO., Pa., 1724]. 1612-1897. By John Andrew Moore 
Passmore. Phila., Pa.: 1897. 2 vols., 8vo, 1599 pages, 
illustrated, indexed. 

Descendants of Andrew MOORE of Poquonock and Wind- 
sor, Conn. [1671]. By Hon. Horace L. Moore. Law- 
rence, Kan.: Journal Pub. Co., 1900. 8vo, 11 pages, 
gives 3 generations. 

The historical journal of the MORE family. [Descend- 
ants of John More of Roxbury, N. Y., 1786. Edited by 
David F. More.] Newark, N. J., and Bangor, Pa.: 
1892-9. 8vo, 84 pages, in 7 annual numbers. 

History of the MORE family, and an account of their re- 
union in 1890, by David Fellows More, under the direc- 
tion of the historical committee, with a genealogical 
record [of descendants of John More of Roxbury, N. Y., 
born in Scotland, 1745]. By Charles Church More. 
Binghamton, N. Y. : Samuel P. More, printer, 1893. 
8vo, 409 pages, plates. 

Ancestry and descendants of Gershom MOREHOUSE, 
Jr., of Redding, Conn., a captain in the American Revo- 
lution [born 1727, descendant of Thomas Morehouse of 
Wether sfield. Conn., 1640. By C. S. Morehouse. 
Printed for private circulation, by Tuttle, Morehouse & 
Taylor. New Haven: 1895]. 8vo, 40 pages. 

A genealogy of one branch of the MOREY family, 1631- 
1890. [Descendants of Roger of Providence, R. I., 
1659.] Edited for Moses Conant Warren by Emily 



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Wilder Leavitt. [Boston, Mass. :] printed for private 
circulation, 1890. 8vo, 30 pages, index. 

Our family genealogy. Printed for the family, but not 
published. MORGAN (James, Sr., James, Jr., William 
1st, Williams 2d, William 3d) ; Avery [of New London] 
(James, Sr., James, Jr., Christopher Temperance) ; Wil- 
liam Avery Morgan. * * * j^gy ]vj^ jj Morgan.] 
Hartford: press of Case, Tiffany & Co., 1851. 16 pages. 

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. Hart- 
ford : press of Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1869. 8vo, 
280 pages, 13 portraits, indexes. 

The MORRILLS of the seventeenth century, and the first 
generation of the eighteenth in America. [Three genera- 
tions of the descendants of Abraham Morrill of Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1632.] Printed by E. D. Morrill, Cam- 
den, Ala., in 1886. Chart 8-i- x 17 inches. 

Memoranda of the descendants of Amos MORRIS of East 
Haven, Conn. [By E. L. Hart and O. Street.] New 
York: published by A. S. Barnes & Co., 1853. i2mo, 
103 pages. 

The lineal ancestors of Edward MORRIS [of Woodstock, 
Conn.] and Mercy Flynt of Wilbraham, Mass. Com- 
piled by Jonathan Flynt Morris. Printed for private 
circulation. Hartford : press of Wiley, Waterman & 
Eaton, 1882. 8vo, 74 pages. 

A genealogical and historical register of the descendants of 
Edward MORRIS of Roxbury, Mass., and Woodstock, 
Conn. Compiled by Jonathan Flynt Morris. Published 



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by the compiler. Hartford, Conn. : 1887. 8vo, 423 
pages (paged 17 and 406), 18 illustrations. 

Ephraim and Pamela (Converse) MORRIS [early of 
Woodstock, Conn.] : their ancestors and descendants. 
By Tyler Seymour Morris. Chicago: 1894. 8vo, 207 
pages. 

The MORRIS family of Philadelphia. Descendants of 
Anthony Morris, 1 654-1 721. By Robert C. Moon, M. D. 
Phila. : [Ketterhnus Litho. Mfg. Co.], 1898. 8vo, 1260 
pages, in 3 vols. 

The history of the Morison or MORRISON family * * * 
[the various branches in this country and their Scottish 
ancestry] . By Leonard A. Morrison. Boston, Mass. : 
A. Williams & Co., 1880. 8vo, 468 pages, 20 plates, 
indexes. 

Memorial of the MORSES; containing the history of 
seven persons of the name, who settled in America in 
the seventeenth century. With a catalogue of ten thou- 
sand of their descendants. * * * By Rev. Abner 
Morse, A. M. Boston: published by William Veazie, 
1850. 8vo, 350 pages. 

Memorials of the family of MORSE. Compiled from the 
original records for the Hon. Asa Porter Morse, by 
Henry Dutch Lord. For private distribution only. 
Boston: printed for the compiler by E. P. Whitcomb, 
1889. 8vo, 116 pages. 

The MORSE record. A history of the proceedings of the 
Morse Society in annual meeting, Dec. 4, 1895, and 
a souvenir of the dinner. * * * q Howard Morse, 
editor. Hartford, Conn. : Plimpton print, 1895.] 8vo, 
44 pages, portrait. 

Memorial of the family of MORSE. [Descendants of 
Anthony and William of Newbury, Mass., 1635.] Com- 



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piled from the original records for the Hon. Asa Porter 
Morse, by Henry Dutch Lord. For private distribution 
only. Cambridgeport, Mass. : Harvard Printing Co., 
1896. 8vo, 537 pages (paged 1 12 4- 380 + 24 -h 12) ; is 
a good supplement in one line to the earlier portion of the 
" Morse Memorial " of 1850. 

MORTON family record. 1668-1 881. A compilation of 
genealogical notes of the family from their settlement in 
Hatfield, Mass., and some of the branches to date. Col- 
lected and arranged by Chas. Morton, Lieut. 3d Cav- 
alry, U. S. A. For private circulation. Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo.: 1 88 1. i2mo, 61 pages, including supple- 
ment. 

Memoranda relating to the ancestry and family of Hon. 
Levi Parsons MORTON, Vice-President of the United 
States, 1 889- 1 893. [Descendant of George Morton of 
Plymouth, Mass., 1623.] By Josiah Granville Leach, 
LL. B. Cambridge, Mass. : printed at the Riverside 
Press, 1894. 8vo, 191 pages, chart, coat of arms, views, 
index. 

A genealogical sketch of one branch of the MOSELEY 
family. [Descendants of Joseph and Henry, early set- 
tlers of Dorchester, Mass. By Edward S. Moseley.] 
Newburyport, Mass. : printed for private distribution, 
1878. 8vo, 56 pages, edition of 40 copies. 

Historical sketches of John MOSES of Plymouth, a settler 
of 1632 to 1640; John Moses of Windsor and Simsbury, 
a settler prior to 1647, ^^^ John Moses of Portsmouth, a 
settler prior to 1640; also a genealogical record of some 
of their descendants. By Zebina Moses. Hartford, 
Conn. : press of The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 
1890. 8vo, 138 pages, indexed. 

Adam and Anne MOTT [of Long Island, N. Y., 1762] : 
their ancestors and their descendants. By Thomas C. 



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Cornell, their grandson. Printed for the family. Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. : A. V. Haight, 1890. 8vo, 419 pages, 
100 illustrations. 

MOTT. Hopper. Striker. [By H. S. Mott.] The His- 
torical Company. New York: 1898. 8vo, 18 pages. 

A genealogical register of some of the descendants of John 
MOULTON of Hampton [N. H., in 1638], and of 
Joseph Moulton of Portsmouth. Compiled by Thomas 
Moulton. Portland : printed by B. Thurston & Co., 1873. 
i2mo, 44 pages. 

The MOULTON family : some descendants of John Moul- 
ton and William Moulton of Hampton, N. H., 1592- 
1892. Compiled by Augustus F. Moulton. [Portland, 
Me.:] 1893. 8vo, 99 pages, reprinted from the Me. 
Hist, and Gen. Recorder, with an index added and a plate 
of arms. 

MOWER genealogy. 1690 to 1897. [Descendants of 
Samuel Mower of Worcester, Mass., 1718.] By Eph- 
raim Mower. Worcester, Mass.: 1897. 8vo, 11 pages. 

The descendants of Nathaniel MOWRY of Rhode Island 
[1666]. By William A. Mowry, A. M. * * * 
Providence, R. I. : S. S. Rider, 1878. 8vo, 343 pages. 

A family history. Richard MOWRY of Uxbridge, Mass. 
[1770] ; his ancestors and descendants. By William A. 
Mowry, A. M. * * * Providence, R. L: S. S. 
Rider, publisher, 1878. 8vo, 239 pages. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Christian and 
Hans Meyer [or MOYER, as it is now generally spelled, 
who settled in Montgomery co.. Pa., about 1720. To- 
gether with other families of Moyer, Meyer, and Myers 
of Pennsylvania] and other pioneers. * * * By 



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Rev. A. J. Fretz. * * * Harleysville, Pa. : News 
Printing House, 1896. i2mo, 739 pages, fully indexed, 
87 illustrations. 

The MUDGE family. By A. Mudge. Boston : 1865. 8vo, 
8 pages, superseded. 

Memorials : being a genealogical, biographical and histori- 
cal account of the name of MUDGE in America, from 
1638 to 1868. [Descendants of Jervis Mudge of New 
London.] By Alfred Mudge. * * * Boston: 
printed by Alfred Mudge & Son, for the family, 1868. 
8vo, 443 pages. 

A genealogy of the family of MULFORD. By William 
Remsen Mulford. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register for April, 1880. 8vo, 12 pages. 

The MUNROE genealogy. [Descendants of William of 
Lexington, Mass., 1652. By John G. Locke. Reprinted 
from the Locke Genealogy: 1853.] 8vo, 15 pages. 

A genealogy of the MUNSELL family in America. [De- 
scendants of Thomas Munsell of New London, Conn., 
1683.] By Frank Munsell. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Mun- 
sell's Sons, 1884. 8vo, 150 pages. 

MUNSON or Monson. By Richard Henry Greene, Esq., 
of New York City : 1887. 2 pages. 

Proceedings of the first MUNSON family reunion, held 
in New Haven, Wednesday, August 17, 1887. New 
Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 
1887. 8vo, 88 pages. 

Historical address at the first MUNSON family reunion, 
August 17, 1887. [Reprinted from the Proceedings of 
the Reunion.] New Haven: 1887. 8vo, 56 pages. 



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1637-1887. The MUNSON record; a genealogical and 
biographical account of Capt. Thomas Munson, a pio- 
neer of Hartford and New Haven, and his descendants. 
By Myron A. Munson. New Haven, Conn. : printed for 
the Munson Association, 1895. 8vo, 1235 pages, in 2 
vols. 

Proceedings of the second MUNSON family reunion, held 
in the city of New Haven, Aug. 19, 1896. New Haven: 
The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Press, 1896. 8vo, 43 
pages. 

Traditions concerning the origin of the American MUN- 
SON S. Gathered and digested by Myron A. Munson. 
New Haven : The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Press, 
1897. 8vo, 6 pages. 

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 Frederick T. Mygatt. Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
printed by the Harmonial Association, 1853. 8vo, 116 
pages. 

The NASH family, in part, traced down from Thomas 
Nash, an emigrant from England, in 1638. Compiled 
by the Rev. Sylvester Nash, Essex, Conn., with additions 
by Herman S. Noble. Watertown : printed by Herman 
S. Noble, 1850. 8vo, 17 pages, superseded. 

The NASH family; or records of the descendants of 
Thomas Nash of New Haven, Conn., 1640. Collected 
and compiled by the Rev. Sylvester Nash, A. M. Hart- 
ford : press of Case, Tiffany & Co., 1853. 8vo, 304 pages. 

The genealogy of Richard NASON [of South Berwick, 
Me., 1648]. Compiled by J. Caldwell. Boston: 1859. 
i8mo, 8 pages. 



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NAVi\RRE, or, researches after the descendants of Robert 
Navarre [of Detroit, Mich., 1730], whose ancestors are 
noble Bourbons of France. And some historical notes on 
families who intermarried with Navarres. Compiled by- 
Christian Denissen. Detroit, Mich. : [John F. Eby & 
Co., 1897]. 8vo, 418 pages. 

The NEAL record : being a list of the descendants of John 
Neale, one of the early settlers of Salem, Mass. Com- 
piled by Theodore Augustus Neal. Boston : Henry W. 
Dutton & Son, printers, 1856. 8vo, 30 pages. 

Genealogical tree of the NEALLEY-True family of Not- 
tingham, N. H. [Descendants of William Nealley of 
Nottingham, N. H., and Henry True of Salem, Mass.] 
Prepared by Edward B. Nealley. Bangor, Me.: 1878. 
Chart, 21x31 inches. 

A chronicle, together with a little romance regarding 
Rudolf and Jacob Naf of Frankford, Pa., and their de- 
scendants ; including an account of the Neffs in Switzer- 
land and America. By Elizabeth Clifford NEFF of 
Gambier, Ohio. Press of Robt. Clarke & Co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, 1886. Sq. 8vo, 352 pages, an addenda of 35 
pages was issued in 1899. 

John NEILL of Lewes, Delaware, 1739, and his descend- 
ants. [By Rev. Edward D. Neill.] Philadelphia: pri- 
vately printed for the family, 1875. 8vo, 127 pages, 
portrait. 

Historical notes of the ancestry and descendants of Henry 
NEILL, M. D. [of Philadelphia, grandson of John of 
Delaware, 1739. By Rev. Edward Duffield Neill, D. D.]. 
Privately printed: 1886. 8vo, 33 pages. 

A family record of the descendants of Thomas NELSON 
and Joan, his wife. By one of them. Newburyport, 



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Mass. : William H. Huse & Co., printers, 1867. i2mo, 
25 pages. 

Descent of John NELSON and of his children, with notes 
on the families of Tailer and Stoughton. [By Temple 
Prime.] New York: 1886. 8vo, 50 pages. 

Descent of John NELSON. * * * By Temple Prime 
Second edition. New York: 1894. 8vo, 61 pages. 

Joannes NEVIUS, schepen and third secretary of New 
Amsterdam under the Dutch, first secretary of New York 
City under the English, and his descendants, 1627- 1900. 
Embracing existing families bearing the surnames of 
Nevins, Nevyus, Neafie, Neafus, Neefus, Nafis, Nafie, 
Nafey, Naphey, Napheys and Naphis, and also those of 
similar spellings now obsolete. By A. Van Doren Honey- 
man. Plainfield, N. J. : Honeyman & Co., 1900. 8vo, 
732 pages, the arrangement is alphabetical instead of 
genealogical. 

Genealogical memoir of the NEWCOMB family, contain- 
ing records of nearly every person of the name in Amer- 
ica, from 1635 to 1874. Also the first generation of 
children descended from females who have lost the name 
by marriage. With notices of the family in England 
during the past seven hundred years. By John Bearse 
Newcomb of Elgin, 111. Printed by Knight & Leonard, 
Chicago: 1874. 8vo, 600 pages, 11 portraits. 

Thomas NEWELL, who settled in Farmington, Conn., 
A. D. 1632, and his descendants. A genealogical table. 
Compiled by Mrs. Mary A. (Newell) Hall. Southing- 
ton, Conn.: Cochrane Bros., printers, 1878. i2mo, 266 
pages, portrait of Asahel Newell, index. 

The NEWHALL family of Lynn, Mass. By Henry F. 
Waters. Part L Reprinted from the Essex Institute 



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Historical Collections. Salem, Mass. : 1882. 8vo, 109 
pages. 

Genealogical notes concerning descendants of Thomas 
NEWTON of Fairfield, Conn. [1639]. Compiled by 
Newton Lull, of Chicago, 111., and [descendants of] 
Henry Wallbridge of Preston, Conn. [1688] ; compiled 
by W. S. Wallbridge of Litchfield, Conn. [Chicago: 
press of George E. Marshall & Co., 1897. i2mo, 39 
pages. 

Family record (incomplete) of James NICHOLS, born in 
Londonderry, N. H., or vicinity, 1733. By E. P. Nich- 
ols of Searsport. Belfast, Me. : Geo. W. Burgess, pub- 
lisher, 1882. 8vo, 17 pages. 

The NICOLL family of Orange co., N. Y. [Compiled by 
Wm. N. NicolL] Douglas Taylor, printer. New York: 
1886. Privately printed. 8vo, 62 pages, views. 

History and genealogy of the family of Thomas NOBLE 
of Westfield, Mass. With genealogical notes of other 
families by the name of Noble. Compiled by Lucius M. 
Boltwood. Privately printed. Hartford, Conn. : press 
of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1878. 8vo, 
870 pages, indexes. 

Lineage and biographies of the NORRIS family in Amer- 
ica, from 1640 to 1892, with references to the Norrises of 
England as early as 131 1. With illustrations. By Hon. 
Leonard Allison Morrison. * * * Boston, Mass. : 
published by Damrell & Upham, 1892. 8vo, 207 pages. 

Fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of James and Mary 
NORTH, Middletown, Conn., Oct. 24, i860 [and their 
descendants]. Hartford: press of Case, Lockwood & 
Co., i860. i2mo, 30 pages. 
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Descendants of Ezekiel NORTHEND of Rowley. From 
Essex Institute Historical Collections. Salem: printed 
at the Salem Press, 1874. 8vo, 16 pages. 

NORTHRUP genealogy. [Descendants of Joseph of 
Milford, Conn., 1639.] By Hon. A. Judd Northrup of 
Syracuse, N. Y. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register for July, 1889. 8vo, 13 pages. 

A biographical memoir of the late Ichabod NORTON, 
Esq., of Edgartown, Mass. [with a brief account of the 
descendants of Nicholas Norton of Tisbury, Mass.]. By 
J. Athearn Jones. Printed for private distribution. 
Boston: Coolidge & Wiley, printers, 1848. 8vo, 26 
pages. 

Descendants and ancestors of Charles NORTON of Guil- 
ford, Conn. [By Albert B. Norton.] Washington: 
1856. 8vo, 26 pages. 

A genealogy of the NORTON family, with miscellaneous 
notes. [By W. H. Whitmore.] Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston : Henry W. 
Dutton & Son, printers, 1859. 8vo, 10 pages. 

James NOURSE [of Virginia, 1769] and his descendants. 
Compiled by Maria Catharine Nourse Lyle. Printed by 
request. Lexington, Ky. : Transylvania Printing Co., 
1897. 8vo, 163 pages, 15 illustrations, index. 

A genealogical account of the NOYES family [descend- 
ants of Nicholas of Newbury, Mass., 1634], together 
with the Dike family and the Fuller and Edson families. 
Compiled by Jacob Noyes of Abington. Abington: C. 
G. Easterbrook, printer, 1861. 8vo, 13 pages. 

NOYES genealogy. Record of a branch of the descend- 
ants of Rev. James Noyes, Newbury, 1634- 1656. Com- 



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piled by Horatio N. Noyes. Cleveland, Ohio: 1889. 
8vo, 32 pages, view. 

NOYES. Inscription and memoranda. By J. A. Noyes. 
[Boston: reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1894.] 8vo, 4 pages. 

NOYES pedigree. By James Atkins Noyes, Ph. D. Bos- 
ton, Mass. : reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1899. 8vo, 11 pages. 

ODELL Genealogical Memoranda. Memoir of Hon. Wil- 
liam Hunter Odell and an account of his ancestry. By 
Rufus King. Reprinted from the N. E. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1892. 8vo, 3 pages. 

Pedigree of ODELL, of United States and Canada, 1639- 
1894 [descendants of William of Concord, Mass., 1639]. 
* * * Six lines of descent, traced by Rufus King, of 
Yonkers, N. Y. [New York : press of De Vinne & Co., 
1894.] Broadside, 25 x 36 inches. 

Pedigree of the ODIN family. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register: 1858. 8vo, 4 pages. 

Genealogy of the ODIORNE family, with notices of other 
families connected therewith. By James Creighton 
Odiorne, M. A. Boston, Mass. : printed by Rand, 
Avery & Co., 1875. 8vo, 222 pages, arms, full indexes. 

The ODLIN family. Descendants of John Odlin of Bos- 
ton, in the line of his grandson, the Rev. John Odlin of 
Exeter, N. H. By John Taylor Perry, A. M., of Exeter, 
N. H. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Gen. Register 
for July and Oct., 1887.] 8vo, 9 pages, edition 100. 

The OGDENS of South Jersey. The descendants of John 
Ogden of Fairfield, Conn., and New Fairfield, N. J., 



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born 1673, died 1745. [By W. O. Wheeler and E. D. 
Halsey of Morristown, N. J. Philadelphia: 1894.] 8vo, 
35 pages. 

Descendants of Robert OGDEN, 2d, 1716-1787 [of Eliza- 
beth, N. J.]. By Edmund Drake Halsey. Amenia, N. 
Y. : Walsh & Griffen, printers, 1896. 8vo, 82 pages. 

The Quaker OGDENS in America. David Ogden of ye 
goode ship Welcome [who settled in Middletown, Penn.] 
and his descendants. 1682- 1897. Their history, biogra- 
phy and genealogy, by Charles Burr Ogden. * * * 
Phila. : printed by J. B. Lippincott Co., 1898. 8vo, 245 
pages, illustrations, index. 

Descendants of Thomas OLCOTT, one of the first settlers 
of Hartford, Conn. By Nathaniel Goodwin. Hart- 
ford : press of Case, Tiffany & Burnham, 1845. ^^O' ^4 
pages. 

The descendants of Thomas OLCOTT, one of the first 
settlers of Hartford, Conn. By Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Revised edition, with an explanatory preface and import- 
ant additions. By Henry S. Olcott. * * * Albany, 
N. Y. : J. Munsell, 1874. 8vo, 124 pages. 

The OLCOTT family of Hartford, Conn., in the line of 
Eunice (Olcott) Goodwin, 1639- 1807. Compiled by 
Frank Farnsworth Starr for James J. Goodwin. Hart- 
ford, Conn. : 1899. 8vo, 84 pages, gives one line only of 
the family from Thomas to Eunice. 

Biographical sketches and records of the Ezra OLIN fam- 
ily. By Geo. S. Nye. Chicago: W. B. Conkey Co., 
printers, 1892. 8vo, 441 pages, 30 portraits. 

A complete record of the John OLIN family. * * * 
1 678- 1 893. By C. C. Olin. Indianapolis, Ind. : Baker- 
Randolph Co., printers, 1893. 8vo, 324 pages. 



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Ancestry of Mary OLIVER, who lived 1640- 1698, and was 
wife of Samuel Appleton of Ipswich. By William S. 
Appleton. Cambridge: press of John Wilson & Son, 
1867. 8vo, 36 pages. 

[Genealogy of descendants of Thomas OLIVER of Bos- 
ton, in the direct line of Rev. Daniel Oliver, late of Bos- 
ton. Prepared by Henry K. Oliver, Salem, Mass. : 
1868.] 8vo, 7 pages. 

Ancestry of Mary OLIVER [1640- 1698], wife of Samuel 
Appleton of Ipswich, Mass. By W. S. Appleton. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. : press of John Wilson & Son, 1871. 8vo, 
29 pages, 2 pedigrees. 

OLIVER genealogy. A record of the descendants of 
Joseph, Reuben and Levi Oliver of New York, Penn- 
sylvania and Delaware, 1727- 1888, and of Pierre EHsee 
Gallaudet, M. D., of New Rochelle, N. Y., 1711-1888. 
By Horace Edwin Hayden, M. A. * * * [Re- 
printed from the N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record for July 
and Oct., 1889, and Jan., 1889.] New York: 1888. 
Svo, 23 and 4 pages, portrait of Paul A. Oliver added. 

An abridged genealogy of the OLMSTEAD family of 
New England. By Elijah L. Thomas of Ridgefield, 
Conn. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1869. i2mo, 30 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Thomas OLNEY, an 
original proprietor of Providence, R. I. * * * 1635. 
By James H. Olney. Providence, R. I. : [press of E. L. 
Freeman & Son,] 1889. 8vo, 293 pages, indexes, 6 
portraits. 

The OP DYCK genealogy, containing the Opdyck- 
Opdycke-Opdyke-Updike American descendants of the 
Wesel and Holland families. By Charles Wilson Op- 
dyke. * 'i' * New York: 1889. 8vo, 499 pages. 



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A short account of the family of ORMSBY of Pittsburg, 
Pa. By OHver Ormsby Page. Albany, N. Y. : Joel 
Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1892. 4to, 48 pages, por- 
traits, arms. 

Partial list of the descendants (in the male line of Thomas 
ORTON of Windsor, Conn. [1641. By Prof. Edward 
Orton. Columbus, Ohio: 1886]. Chart 16x21 inches. 

An account of the descendants of Thomas ORTON of 
Windsor, Conn., 1641. Principally in the male line. By 
Edward Orton, LL. D. * * * Columbus, Ohio: 
press of Nitschke Brothers, 1896. 8vo, 220 pages. 

The descendants of Gottfried ORWIG [of Reading, Pa., 
1743]. 1 719- 1 898. * * * By Geo. W. Wagenseller. 
Middleburgh, Penn. : Wagenseller Publishing Co. [re- 
printed from the " History of the Wagenseller Family "], 
1898. i2mo, 28 pages (paged 181 to 208). 

Genealogy of the OSBORN family. Compiled by Henry 
Runyan. Princeton, N. J.: 1891. 8vo, 11 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of John, Christopher and 
William OSGOOD. Compiled by the late Ira Osgood. 
Edited by Eben Putnam. Salem, Mass. : Salem Press, 
printers, 1894. 8vo, xiii, 478 pages, plate. 

A genealogical and historical memoir of the family of 
OTIS; descended from John Otis, an early settler at 
Hingham, Mass. By Horatio Nelson Otis of New 
York. * * * Boston : printed by Coolidge & Wiley, 
1850. 8vo, 39 pages, reprinted from Register. 

A genealogical memoir of the family of Richard OTIS [of 
Dover, N. H.]. * * * Prepared and arranged for 
publication by Horatio N. Otis of New York. Boston : 
printed by Charles C. P. Moody, 1851. 8vo, 48 pages. 



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Discourse on the life and character of Dea. Joseph OTIS of 
Norwich, Conn., with a genealogical record of Joseph 
Otis' family. By Alvan Bond. Norwich, Conn. : 1855. 
i2mo, 75 pages. 

The genealogies of Samuel PACKARD of Bridgewater, 
Mass., and of [his great-grandson] Abel Packard of 
Cummington, Mass. By Rev. Theophilus Packard of 
Manteno, 111. New York : G. W. Wheat & Co., printers, 
1 87 1. 8vo, 85 pages. 

Celebration of the 250th anniversary of the landing of 
Samuel PACKARD in this country, Aug. 10, 1638. 
Held at Brockton, Mass., Aug. 10, 1888. Edited by 
Bradford Kingman for the Packard Memorial Associa- 
tion. Brockton, Mass. : 1888. 8vo, ^2 pages. 

Descendants of Jonathan PADELFORD, 1628- 1858. 
Prepared and compiled by S. C. Newman. Providence : 
A. Crawford Greene & Brother, printers, 1859. 24x30 
inches, chart. 

Genealogy of the PAGE family in Virginia; also a con- 
densed account of the Nelson, Walker, Pendleton 
and Randolph families. With reference to other dis- 
tinguished families in Virginia. By one of the family. 
New York: Jenkins & Thomas, printers, 1883. 8vo, 
250 pages, portraits, views. 

Genealogy of the PAGE family in Virginia, also a con- 
densed account of the Nelson, Walker, Pendleton and 
Randolph families, with references to * * * other 
distinguished families in Virginia. By Richard Chan- 
ning Moore Page, M. D. Second edition. New York: 
press of the Publishers' Printing Co., 1893. 8vo, 275 
pages. 

Table showing ancestors and descendants of Nathaniel 
PAGE (1742- 1 819) of Bedford, Mass., and of his wife. 



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Boston, Mass. : published by the compiler, 1899. Chart, 
22 X 28. 

The PAINE family register, or genealogical notes and 
queries. [By H. D. Paine.] Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, 
1857-9- 4to, 64 pages. 

Genealogical notes of the PAINE family of Worcester, 
Mass. By Nathaniel Paine. Reprinted from the Paine 
family records, 1878. 8vo, 2j pages, edition of 50 copies. 

PAINE family records : a journal of genealogical and bio- 
graphical information respecting the American families 
of Payne, Paine, Payn, etc. Edited by H. D. Paine, 
M. D. New York: 1878-83. 2 vols. 8vo, 522 pages, 
plates, 2 indexes. 

PAINE genealogy, Ipswich, Mass., branch [from William 
of Ipswich, 1640] ; including a brief history of the Nor- 
man race (to which all families of Paine belong) from its 
origin until the Conquest and Crusade, in which Hugh 
de Payen served. By Albert W. Paine. Bangor, Me. : 
printed by O. F. Knowles & Co., 1881. 8vo, 184 pages. 

Our ancestors. [Descendants and relatives of Samuel 
PAINTER of Phila.,Pa., 1707, with allied families, 
being the ancestors of the author, J. Painter of Lima, Pa.] 
1869. i2mo, 24 pages (paged 20^-4). 

A genealogical record of the descendants of John and 
Mary PALMER of Concord, Pa., especially through 
their son John Palmer, Jr., and sons-in-law William and 
James Trimble. * * * gy Lewis Palmer. * * * 
Phila. : J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1875. i^mo, 474 pages, 
portraits, views. 

PALMER records. Proceedings, or memorial volume of 
the first Palmer family reunion held at Stonington, 



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Conn., Aug. lo and ii, 1881, the ancestral home of 
Walter Palmer, the Pilgrim of 1629. Edited by Noyes 
F. Palmer. Brooklyn, N. Y. : published by Brooklyn 
Union-Argus, 1881. 8vo, 295 pages. 

Supplement to volume No. i of PALMER records. Ad- 
dresses, poems, proceedings of the second Palmer family 
reunion held at Stonington, Conn., Aug. 10, 11 and 12, 
1882. * * * gy Noyes F. Palmer. Jamaica, L. I. : 
1882. 8vo, 119 pages. 

An historical address delivered at -the first PALMER 
family reunion, held in Stonington, Conn., Aug. 10 and 
II, 1 88 1. By Hon. Richard A. Wheeler of Stonington. 
Westerly, R. L : G. B. & J. H. Utter, printers, 1884. 8vo, 
15 pages. 

A brief genealogical history of the ancestors and descend- 
ants of Deacon Stephen PALMER of Candia, N. H. 
With some account of other lines of descent from his 
original American ancestor, Thomas Palmer, one of the 
founders of Rowley, Mass., in 1639. [Arranged by 
Frank Palmer of Norwich, Conn.] Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
1886. 8vo, 1 1 H-95 pages, indexed, folding chart. 

PARISH genealogy: a genealogy of the descendants of 
Matthew Parish of Oyster Bay, Long Island. By Julia 
Parish Ludlam. New York: American Bank Note Co., 
1897. 4to, 31 pages, arms, index. 

Biographical sketch of the PARK family. By W. J. 
Park. Cleveland, Ohio : 1880. 

Memorial of the family and descendants of Peter 
PARKER of Washington co., N. Y., by Asa Fitch, M. 
D. New York: 1877. 8vo, 18 pages. 

The genealogy of Wm. Thornton PARKER, A. M., M. D., 
of Boston, Mass. Born Jan. 8, 181 8, died March 12, 



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1 85 5- [A descendant of Abraham Parker of Woburn, 
1645.] Contributed by his son, Wm. Thornton Parker, 
M. D. Newport, R. I. : John P. Sanborn, printer, 1888. 
8vo, 10 pages. 

The PARKER family. A short record of the Roxbury 
branch of the Parker family of Reading, Mass., and of 
some of their descendants. By George H. Parker. Cull- 
man, Ala. : Alabama Tribune Print, 1890. 8vo, 10 pages. 

Family records. PARKER— Pond— Peck. 1636- 1892. 
[Tracing the author's ancestry to Wm. Parker of Say- 
brook, Ct., 1649. Henry Peck of New Haven, Ct., and 
Robert Pond of Dorchester, Mass., 1630.] By Rev. 
Edwin Pond Parker, D. D. Hartford, Conn. : press of 
the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1892. 8vo, 51 
pages. 

Genealogy and biographical notes of John PARKER of 
Lexington, Mass., and his descendants, showing his 
earlier ancestry in America, from Dean Thomas Parker 
of Reading, Mass. From 1635 to 1893. By Theodore 
Parker. * * * Worcester, Mass. : press of Charles 
Hamilton, 1893. 8vo, 526 pages. 

Gleanings from PARKER records, A. D. 1271-1893. By 
William Thornton Parker, M. D., of Groveland, Mass. 
Haverhill, Mass.: press of Chase Bros., 1894. 8vo, 51 
pages. 

Glances at the ancestors of John PARKER, born 1807, 
died 1 89 1. [By Harry Parker Ward of Columbus, 
Ohio. 1895.] 8vo, 16 pages. 

A fragment of the PARKHURST genealogy. [De- 
scendants of George of Watertown, Mass., 1642, 
through his grandson Ebenezer.] Prepared from the 
records. By Charles H. Parkhurst. Providence, R. L : 
printed for private distribution, 1883. 8vo, 19 pages. 



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PARRY family records. [Descendants of Thomas Parry, 
born in Wales about 1680, settled in Montgomery co., 
Pa., about 1715. By George R. Parry, M. D., of Phila- 
delphia.] Private edition. Philadelphia, Pa.: Daniel 
C. Ryan, printer, 1877. i2mo, 34 pages, 3 plates, edition 
of 125 copies. 

James PARSHALL [of Gardiners Island, N. Y., 1679] and 
his descendants. * * * By James C. Parshall. Syra- 
cuse: privately printed, 1900. 8vo, 38 pages. 

Genealogical record of the families of PARSONS and 
Leonard of West Springfield, Mass. [Descendants of 
Joseph Parsons of Springfield, 1636, and John Leonard 
of Springfield, 1639.] Prepared by Samuel L. Parsons, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. New York: John W. Amerman, 
printer, 1867. i2mo, 36 pages, arms. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Cornet Joseph PARSONS 
of Springfield, Mass., 1635, through Hon. Francis 
Parsons of Hartford, Ct., born 1795. By D. P. Holton. 
New York: 1877.] Chart, 16x26 inches. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Cornet Joseph PARSONS 
of Springfield, Mass., 1635, through WilHam Parsons of 
Alfred, Me., born 1743. By D. P. Holton. New York: 
1877.] i6'x27. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Cornet Joseph PARSONS 
of Springfield, Mass., 1635, through Thomas Parsons of 
New London, Ct., born 1791. By D. P. Holton. New 
York: 1877.] Chart, 17x27. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Cornet Joseph PARSONS 
of Springfield, Mass., 1635, through David Parsons of 
Clinton, Ct., born 1788. By D. P. Holton. New York: 
1878.] Chart, 17x27 inches. 

Descendants of Thomas and Katherine (Hester) PAR- 
SONS of England, through their grandson Dea. Ben- 



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jamin of Springfield, Mass. [1653. By D. P. Holton. 
New York: 1878]. Chart, 28x34. 

A partial genealogy of the descendants of Samuel PAR- 
SONS of East' Hampton, L. L, 1630. Constructed 
mainly from town and church records. By George R. 
Howell. Albany, N. Y. : Weed, Parsons & Co., printers, 
1879. 8vo, 20 pages. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Cornet Joseph PARSONS 
of Springfield, Mass., 1635, through Thomas Parsons of 
Parsonsfield, Me., born 1735. By D. P. Holton. New 
York: 1879.] Chart, 22x28. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Thomas PARSONS of 
England, through Dea. Benjamin of Springfield, Mass., 
1653, ^^^ t^^^ latter's grandson Hezekiah Parsons of 
Enfield, Ct., born 1698. By D. P. Holton. New York; 
1880.] Chart, 22 X 30. 

Genealogy of Lewis B. PARSONS [of Flora, III, descend- 
ant of Joseph ,Parsons of Springfield, Mass.] 1894. 
8vo, 8 pages, superseded by new edition below. 

Genealogy of the family of Lewis B. PARSONS (second). 
Parsons-Hoar. Parsons-Springfield, Mass., 1636. Hoar- 
Gloucester, England 1632. [Giving the descendants in 
one line of Cornet Joseph Parsons of Springfield, Mass., 
1636, and Leonard Hoar of Boston, Mass., 1640. By 
Lewis B. Parsons.] St. Louis, Mo.: Perrin & Smith 
Printing Co., [1900.] 8vo, 109 pages, 6 portraits, pages 
6 to 19 are devoted to the Parsons family in the author's 
line. 

Genealogy of the PARTHEMORE family. 1744-1885. 

[Descendants of John Fredrick Parthemore of Lancaster, 

'Penn., 1744]. By E. W. S. Parthemore. Harrisburg, 

Pa. : Lane S. Hart, printer, 1885. 8vo, 8 and 242 pages, 

indexed. 



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A record of the families of Robert^ PATTERSON (the 
Elder), emigrant from Ireland' to America, 1774; 
Thomas Ewing, from Ireland, 1718; and Louis DuBois, 
from France, 1660; connected by the marriage of Uriah 
Du Bois with Martha Patterson, 1798. Part first, con- 
taining the Patterson lineage. Edition of 150 copies; 
printed for the use of the family connection only. [By 
Wm. E. Du Bois. Philadelphia:] 1847. 8vo, 103 
pages. 

Genealogical register [of descendants of James PATTER- 
SON, who died in 1792]. By James P. Andrews, M. D. 
Colerain P. O., Lancaster co., Pa. [Philadelphia: 
1867.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

Family register of Richard PAUL, born in England and 
emigrated to America during the early part of 1635 5 also 
his descendants as far as ascertained. Traced by Dea. 
Luther Paul of Newton, Mass. ; Fulton Paul of Hudson, 
N. Y., and Martha C. Crane of Dedham, Mass. 1896. 
4to, 7 pages, lox 13 inches. 

The genealogy of the families of PAYNE and Gore [of 
Boston]. Compiled by W. H. Whitmore. Boston: 
press of John Wilson & Son, 1875. 8vo, 30 pages. 

The PEABODY family. [Descendants of Francis of 
Lynn, Mass., 1635.] By C. M. Endicott. Boston, 
Mass. : reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1848. 8vo, 21 pages. 

A genealogy of the PEABODY family [descendants of 
Francis of Essex co., Mass., 1634], as compiled by the 
late C. M. Endicott of Salem. Revised and corrected 
by William S. Peabody of Salem. With a partial record 
of the Rhode Island branch, by B. Frank Pabodie of 
Providence. * * * Boston: David Clapp & Son, 
printers, 1867. 8vo, 61 pages. 



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PEARCE genealogy, being the record of the posterity of 
Richard Pearce, an early inhabitant of Rhode Island, 
who came from England. * * * gy QqI Frederick 
C. Pierce. 1888. Rockford, 111. Press of Joel Mun- 
cell's Sons, Albany, N. Y. 8vo, 150 pages, indexes. 

An account of the descendants of John PEASE, who landed 
at Martha's Vineyard in the year 1632. By Frederick 
S. Pease of Albany, N. Y. Albany: printed by Joel 
Munsell, 1847. i2mo, 52 pages, arms. 

The early history of the PEASE families in America. By 
Austin Spencer Pease. Springfield, Mass. : Samuel 
Bowles & Co., printers, 1869. 8vo, 96 pages, reprinted 
from the " Pease Genealogy." 

A genealogical and historical record of the descendants of 
John PEASE, Sr., last of Enfield, Conn. Compiled by 
Rev. David Pease, and Austin S. Pease, as associate 
editor. Springfield, Mass. : Samuel Bowles & Co., 
printers, 1869. 8vo, 497 pages (paged 40H-96). 

History of the PEASLEE, Balch, Stonebraker family, 
who( as pioneers, settled in the great woods of New York 
in 1838. * * * gy Charles R. Green. * * * 
Lyndon, Kan.: 1897. i2mo, 12 pages; has no geneal- 
ogy proper, but consists of personal recollections. 

The PEASLEES and others of Haverhill and vicinity 
[descendants of Joseph Peaslee of Haverhill, Mass., 
1642]. By E. A. Kimball. Haverhill, Mass.: press of 
Chase Brothers, 1899. 8vo, 72 pages, indexed, 5 plates. 

A genealogical history of the descendants of Joseph 
PECK, who emigrated with his family to this country 
in 1638; with the pedigree extending back from son to 
father for twenty generations; with their coat-of-arms 
and copies of wills. Also, an appendix, giving an ac- 



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count of the Boston and Hingham Pecks; the descend- 
ants of John Peck of Mendon, Mass. ; Deacon Paul of 
Hartford; Deacon WilHam and Henry of New Haven, 
and Joseph of Milford, Conn. By Ira B. Peck. Printed 
by Alfred Mudge & Son. Boston: 1868. 8vo, 442 
pages, portraits. 

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. Hud- 
son, N. Y. : Bryan & Goeltz, printers, 1877. 8vo, 253 
pages. 

Herbert PELHAM [of Cambridge, Mass., 1643], his an- 
cestors and descendants. By J. L. Chester, LL. D. Bos- 
ton, Mass.: 1879. 8vo, 11 pages. 

Register of the PELLETREAU family. From their ar- 
rival in this country to the present time. Collected from 
authentic sources by Wm. Smith Pelletreau, Jr. South- 
ampton, L. I.: 1863. i2mo, 7 pages. 

Family record of Joseph Alexander de Chabrier de 
PELOUBET, the first of the name in the United States 
[1803, who settled in New Jersey. By Joseph A. Pel- 
oubet. Bloomfield, N. J. :] 1892. Printed for the family. 
8vo, 37 pages. 

Genealogy of the PELTON family in America. Being a 
record of the descendants of John Pelton, who settled 
in Boston, Mass., 1630. * * * By J. M. Pelton. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1892. 
8vo, 722 pages, portraits, indexes. 

Records of the PEMBERTON family. Principally from 
the memorials of the city of Boston. [Westerly, R. I. : 
privately printed] 1890. 4to, 26 pages. 



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The PEMBERTON family. By Walter K. Watkins. 
Boston, Mass. : reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register, 1892. 8vo, 9 pages. 

Memoir of the PENHALLOW family; with copies of let- 
ters and paper of an early date. Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for 1878. 8vo, 22 
pages. 

PENHALLOW papers, with copies of letters and papers 
of an early date, as published in the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register for January, 1878, and now with additions 
and brief notices of some cotemporary families. Com- 
piled by Pearce W. Penhallow. Boston, Mass. : press 
of David Clapp & Son, 1885. 8vo, 47 pages, portrait of 
David Pearce. 

The PENN family. By John Jay Smith. Philadelphia, 
Pa.: 1867. 8vo, 25 pages. 

A pedigree and genealogical notes from wills, registers and 
deeds of the distinguished family of PENN of England 
and America. * * * London: compiled and pub- 
lished by James Coleman, 1871. 8vo, 24 pages. 

Genealogical gleanings, contributory to a history of the 
family of PENN. By J. Henry Lea. Reprinted from 
the Pennsylvania Magazine. Phila. : 1890. 8vo, 51 
pages, besides 46 added in 1900 with new title. 

The family of William PENN, founder of Pennsylvania; 
his ancestors and descendants. By Howard M. Jenkins. 
Phila. : 1898. 8vo, 270 pages, reprinted from Penn. 
Magazine of History and Biography. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Thomas 
PENNEY of New Gloucester, Maine [1778]. Compiled 
by J. W. Penney, Mechanic Falls, Me. * * * Port- 



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land, Me. : The Thurston Print, 1897. 8vo, 162 pages, 
indexed, 13 portraits. 

The PENNINGTON family. [Descendants of Ephraim 
of New Haven, Conn., 1643.] By Capt. A. C. M. Pen- 
nington. Reprinted with additions from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston : printed by David 
Clapp & Son, 1 87 1. 8vo, 18 pages. 

The PENNYPACKER reunion, Oct. 4, 1877. By Sam- 
uel W. Pennypacker. Philadelphia, Pa. : 1878. 8vo, 
50 pages. 

The pedigree of Samuel Whitaker PENNYPACKER 
* * * of Philadelphia. [By S. W. Pennypacker.] 
Philadelphia, Pa. : 1892. 4to, 5 pages, with 2 folding 
charts, edition 50 copies; the charts are 9 feet long, and 
copies were also issued separately. 

Hendrick Pannebecker [PENNYPACKER], surveyor of 
lands for the Penns, 1674- 1754, Flomborn, German- 
town and Skippack. By Hon. Samuel W. Penny- 
packer, LL. D. Philadelphia, Pa.: 1894. 8vo, 164 
pages, edition 150 copies, privately printed. 

The descent of Samuel Whitaker PENNYPACKER, late 
president of the Netherland Society of Philadelphia, Pa. 
Phila. : 1898. 8vo, 25 pages, plate, edition 40 copies. 

PEPPERRELL genealogy. By Usher Parsons, M. D. 
[Reprinted from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1866.] 6 pages. 

PERKINS family of Connecticut. By Fred. B. Perkins 
of Hartford, Conn. [Boston: i860.] 8vo, 8 pages, 
reprinted from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. 

A record of births, baptisms, publishments, marriages and 
deaths in the PERKINS family of Ipswich. Commu- 
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nicated by Geo. A. Perkins, M. D. From the Historical 
Collections of the Essex Institute. Salem : printed at 
the Salem Press, 1872. 8vo, 16 pages. 

PERKINS family of Boston. Presented by Augustus 
Thorndike Perkins. 1873. 17 x 22 inches, chart. 

The name of PERKINS as found on the Essex co. [Mass.] 
records. Reprmted from the Hist. Collections of Essex 
Institute. [Salem, Mass. : 1875. Communicated by 
Geo. A. Perkins.] 8vo, 15 pages, paged 90-105. 

The family of John PERKINS of Ipswich, Mass. Parts 
1-2-3. By Geo. A. Perkins, M. D. Salem, Mass. : 
printed at the Salem Press, 1882-9. 3 parts. 8vo, 499 
pages (paged 174^-152-^ 173), part i was a reprint from 
the Essex Institute Hist. Coll. 

A private proof printed in order to preserve certain mat- 
ters connected with the Boston branch of the PERKINS 
family. Intended only as an indication of the best points 
of future investigation. [By Augustus T. Perkins.] 
Boston: T. R. Marvin & Son, printers, 1885. 8vo, 29 
pages. 

Letters concerning the PERKINS family. Salem, Mass. : 
reprinted from the Essex Institute Hist. Collections, 1887. 
8vo, 24 pages, illustrated. 

Memorial sketches: Master Abraham PERKINS, Jacob 
Thomas, Nathan Heath, John Dolloff * * * |- an- 
cestors of the author]. By Rev. Charles F. Morse. 
[St. Johnsbury, Vt. : 1898.] i6mo, 74 pages, portrait. 

A genealogical chart of the male descendants of Allen 
PERLEY. By George Augustus Perley. Frederickton, 
New^ Brunswick: Lawson, printer, 1877. 8vo, 13 pages, 
relates partly to the Boxford, Mass., Perleys. 



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Genealogy of the PERRIN family. [Descendants of John 
Perryn of Braintree, Mass., 1635.] Compiled by Glover 
Perin. St. Paul, Minn.: Pioneer Press, 1885. i2mo, 
224 pages. 

Memoranda concerning descendants of John PERRY, John 
Strong, John Fyfe and Robert Gray. By A. F. Perry. 
Cincinnati: George E. Stevens & Co., 1878. 8vo, 28 
pages. 

Amos PERRY of Providence and his paternal ancestors 
in America [back to John Perry, early of Roxbury, 
Mass.] . 1889. 7 pages, edition of 100 copies. 

Descendants of Jonathan PERRY of Topsham, Me. [1763] 
to the fifth generation. By Arthur L. Perry of Gardiner, 
Me. Augusta, Me.: press of Charles E. Nash, 1890. 
8vo, 13 pages, view. 

PETERS Family Leaflets. Pub. by Eben Putnam, i vol. 
only. 

A PETERS lineage. Five generations of the descendants 
of Dr. Charles Peters of Hempstead [N. Y., 1720]. Com- 
piled by Martha Bockee Flint. [Poughkeepsie, N. Y. : 
A. V. Haight, printer, 1896.] 8vo, 171 pages (paged 
1604-11), 

Family record of John Michael PFAUTZ. By John Eby 
Pfautz. Lancaster, Pa. : 1881. i6mo, 70 pages. 

Genealogy of Dr. Frangis Joseph PFEIFFER of Philadel- 
phia, Pa., and his descendants. 1734- 1899. By Edwin 
Jaquett Sellers. Phila. : [J. B. Lippincott Co.,] 1899. 
8vo, 6^ pages, edition 200, index. 

Genealogy of Othniel PHELPS, Esq., of Aylmer, Canada 
West. [Born in Montgomery co., N. Y. Descendant 



2y(> 

of William Phelps of Dorchester, Mass., and Windsor, 
Conn.] Prepared expressly for him, by request, by his 
esteemed friend and distant relative, Oliver Seymour 
Phelps, Esq. St. Catharines, C. W. : H. F. Leaven- 
worther's press, 1862. 8vo, 44 pages. 

In memoriam. Orson PHELPS, Esq., [with genealogies]. 
Portland, Oregon: 1870. 8vo, 54 pages. 

The PHELPS family. An interesting letter touching the 
genealogical record of one branch of the Phelps family. 
By Oliver Seymour Phelps. Big Rapids: 1878. i2mo, 
23 pages. 

Our PHELPS chronicles. By O. S. Phelps, J. P. Port- 
land, Oregon: 1880. i2mo, i page. 

Thomas PHILBRICK and his family, 1 583-1883. By the 
Rev. Jacob Chapman of Exeter, N. H. Reprinted from 
the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for July, 1884. 
8vo, 10 pages, superseded by a later work. 

A genealogy of the PHILBRICK and Philbrook families, 
descended from the emigrant Thomas Philbrick, 1583- 
1667. By the Rev, Jacob Chapman of Exeter, N. H. 
1886. 8vo, 202 pages, portrait, indexes. 

Golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. PHILLIPS held 
at Coventry, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1867. By J. P. Hoyt. New 
Haven, Ct. : Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1867. 8vo. 
47 pages, has a brief genealogy, superseded by the chart 
below. 

PHILLIPS genealogies : including the family of George 
Phillips, first minister of Watertown, Mass., * * * 
and records of early American families of this name. 
Compiled by Albert M. Phillips of Auburn, Mass. [Wor- 
cester, Mass. : press of Charles Hamilton,] 1885. 8vo, 
233 pages, full indexes, 9 portraits. 



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Outline of the PHILLIPS genealogy for 300 years and of 
the Coventry, N. Y., branch for 100 years. [Descend- 
ants, in part, of Rev. George Phillips of Watertown, 
Mass., 1630, in line of James Phillips of Coventry, N. Y., 
1787. By James Phillips Hoyt of Newtown, Conn., 
1887.] Chart, 17x22 inches. 

Fitzpen or PHIPPEN [descendants of David of Hingham, 
Mass., 1635] and allied families. By George D. Phippen 
of Salem. [Boston, Mass. : reprinted from the Her- 
aldic Journal, Joel Munsell, printer, 1868.] 8vo, 20 
pages, folding plate of arms. 

The descendants of John PHOENIX, an early settler in 
Kittery, Me. By S. Whitney Phoenix. * * * New 
York: privately printed, 1867. 8vo, 53 pages, edition 
of 105 copies. 

The PHOENIX-Phillips chart. By S. Whitney Phoenix. 
1875. 12 x 30 inches. 

The PHOENIX family of New York. Compiled by S. 
Whitney Phoenix. 1880. 9x22 inches. 

Genealogical data respecting John PICKERING of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., and his descendants. [By R. H. Eddy of 
Boston.] Boston: 1884. 8vo, 36 pages, index. 

Supplement to genealogical data respecting John PICK- 
ERING of Portsmouth, N. H., and his descendants. 
By R. H. Eddy. Boston, Mass. : 1884. 8vo, 28 pages. 

The PICKERING genealogy. [Descendants of John of 
Salem, Mass., 1636.] By Charles Pickering Bowditch 
of Boston, Mass. : 1887. 2 vols., i folio vol. of 70 charts 
17 X 25 inches, and i octavo vol. of index. 

The PICKERING genealogy, being an account of the first 
three generations of the Pickering family of Salem, Mass., 



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and of the descendants of John and Sarah (Burrill) 
Pickering of the third generation. By Harrison Ellery 
and Charles Pickering Bowditch. Privately printed, 1897. 
4to, 3 vols., 1284 pages, edition 100 copies, 26 portraits. 

PIERCE family record. 1683- 1864. [Descendants of 
Isaac Pierce of Boston, Mass., 1708. By E. W. West.] 
1864. 8vo, 5 pages. 

My ancestors in America. Compiled, printed and pub- 
lished for gratuitous distribution among near relatives 
by Wm. Blake PIERCE. Chicago: 1864. 8vo, 48 
pages. 

The PIERCE family of the old colony: or the lineal de- 
scendants of Abraham Pierce, who came to America as 
early as 1623. By Ebenezer W. Pierce of Freetown, 
Mass. * * * Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1870. 
8vo, 490 pages. 

Daniel PIERCE of Newbury, Mass. 1638- 1677. The 
founder of the Peirce family of Newbury, Mass., and 
Portsmouth, N. H. By Albert H. Hoyt. [Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for July, 
1875, with additions and corrections.'] Boston: 1875. 11 
pages. 

PIERCE 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 Peirce. * * * Worcester, Mass. : press of 
Charles Hamilton, 1880. 8vo, 278 pages, portraits, 
views, index. 

Memoir of Benjamin PIERCE [of Salem, Mass., with ^ 
brief account of his ancestry]. By Robert S. Rantoul. 
Reprinted from the Historical Collections of Essex In- 
stitute. Salem: 1 88 1. 16 pages. 



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PIERCE genealogy, being the record of the posterity of 
Thomas Pierce, an early inhabitant of Charlestown Vil- 
lage (Woburn), in New England, with wills, inventories, 
biographical sketches, etc. By Frederick Beech Pierce 
of Boston. Assisted and edited by Frederick Clifton 
Peirce. Worcester, Mass. : press of Charles Hamilton, 
1882. 8vo, 376 pages, 11 portraits, 3 indexes. 

PIERCE genealogy. No. IV. Being the record of the 
posterity of Capt. Michael, John and Capt. William Pierce 
[of Boston and Scituate, Mass., 1622, 1647], who came 
to this country from England. By Frederick Clifton 
Pierce. * * * Albany, N. Y. : published by Joel 
MunselFs Sons, 1889. 8vo, 441 pages. 

The PIERCE family record. 1687- 1893. [Descendants 
of Isaac of Boston.] A new edition, with appendix. 
By E. W. West. New York: Bradstreet Press, 1894. 
8vo, 97 pages, supersedes the records printed in 1864. 

Account of the celebration of the looth anniversary of the 
wedding of John PIERPONT and Sarah Beers, Dec. 
29th, 1867. Printed at the request of the kindred 
New Haven : Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 1 868. 
8vo, 23 pages. 

A genealogical abstract of descent of the family of 
PIERREPONT, from Sir Hugh De Pierrepont of 
Picardy, France, A. D. 980 [through John of Boston, 
Mass., 1640]. Compiled by Edward J. Marks. New 
Haven, Conn.: Hoggson & Robinson, printers, 1881. 
8vo, 41 pages. 

PIERSON genealogical records. Collected and com- 
piled by Lizzie B. Pierson of Andover, Mass. Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell, printer, 1878. 8vo, 104 pages, 
view of monument, 10 indexes. 

The descendants of Stephen PIERSON of Suffolk co., 
Eng., and New Haven and Derby, Conn. 1645- 1739. 



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By Frederick Lockwood Pierson. * * * Amenia, 
N. Y. : Walsh & Griff en, printers, 1895. 8vo, 33 pages. 

Account of the proceedings at the reunion of the PILLS- 
BURY family, at Newburyport, Mass., September 
1 89 1. * * * Salem, Mass.: 1891. 8vo, 16 pages. 

PILLSBURY genealogy. [Prospectus.] Everett, Mass.: 
Mass. Pub. Co., 1898. 8vo, 16 pages. 

The PILLSBURY family ; being a history of William and 
Dorothy Pillsbury (or Pilsbery) of Newbury in New- 
England and their descendants to the eleventh genera- 
tion. Compiled by David B. Pilsbury and Emily A. 
Getchell. Everett, Mass.: Mass. Pub. Co., 1898. 8vo, 
307 pages. 

A genealogical record of the descendants' of Moses Pen- 
gry [or Pingry, an early settler] of Ipswich, Mass., so 
far as ascertained; collected and arranged by William 
M. PINGRY. Ludlow, Vt. : Warner & Hyde, printers, 
1 88 1. 8vo, 186 pages. 

Genealogy of the family of Solomon PIPER of Dublin, 
N. H. [a great-grandson of Nathaniel of Ipswich, Mass., 
1665. By Solomon Piper of Boston]. Boston: Dut- 
ton & Went worth, printers, 1829. 8vo, 20 pages. 

Genealogy of Elisha PIPER of Parsonsfield, Me., [great- 
grandson of Nathaniel Piper of Ipswich, Mass., 1665] 
and his descendants, including portions of other related 
families. With an appendix containing genealogies of 
Asa Piper of Wakefield, N. H. ; Solomon Piper of Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Stephen Piper of Newfield, Me., and 
their immediate descendants. From 1630 to 1889. ^Y 
Horace Piper, A. M. Washington, D. C. : 1889. 8vo, 
121 pages. 

PITKIN family of America. A genealogy of the descend- 
ants of William Pitkin, the progenitor of the family in 



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this country, from his arrival [at Hartford] from Eng- 
land, in 1659, to 1886. By A. P. Pitkin. Hartford, 
Conn.: 1887. 8vo, 418 pages (paged 93-1-325), plates, 
indexed. 

Descendants of John PITMAN, the first of the name in 
the colony of Rhode Island. Collected by Charles 
Myrick Thurston. New York : The Troy & Smith Book 
Mfg. Co., 1868. 8vo, 48 pages. 

Memorial of the lives and services of James PITTS and 
his sons, John, Samuel and Lendall, during the Ameri- 
can Revolution. 1760- 1780. With genealogical and 
historical appendix. By Daniel Goodwin, Jr. Printed 
for family and private use. Chicago, 111. : Culver, Page, 
Hayne & Co., 1882. 8vo, 63 pages. 

The PI .ATT lineage. A genealogical research and record. 
By G. Lewis Piatt, S. T. D. For private circulation. 
New York: Thomas Whittaker, 1891. i2mo, 398 pages, 
arms, view, indexes. 

Notes on the ancestry of John PLATT, born in Burling- 
ton CO., N. J., Aug. 13, 1749 * * * [descendant 
of Thomas of Burlington, 1712], and also a list of his 
descendants. [By Franklin Piatt of Philadelphia, Pa.. 
1896.] 8vo, 31 pages, indexed. 

A genealogy and historical notes of the family of PLIMP- 
TON or Plympton in America, and of Plumpton in Eng- 
land. By Levi B. Chase. Plimpton Mfg. Co. p-int, 
Hartford, Conn.: [1884]. 8vo, 240 pages, portraits, 
indexed. 

The PLUMBS. 1635-1800. [Descendants of John of 
Wethersfield, Conn., 1636.] By H. B. Plumb, Peely, 
Luzerne co., Pa. : June, 1890. Oblong 8vo, 57 pages. 

The PLUMBS. 1635- 1800. By H. B. Plumb, Peely, 
Pa. Second edition. 1893. Oblong folio, 102 pages. 



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Proceedings upon the dedication of PLUMMER pLall. at 
Salem, Mass., Oct. 6, 1857: including Rev. Mr. Hop- 
pin's address and Judge White's memoir of the Plummer 
family. Salem : printed by Wm. Ives and Geo. W. Pease, 
Observer office, 1858. 97 pages, of which page 51 only 
has a brief genealogical record. 

Genealogical record of the compiler's branch of the PLUM- 
MER family [from Francis of Newbury, Mass., 1635, 
through Moses of Portland, Me., 1765]. By Jane Plum- 
mer Thurston. Portland, Me. : printed by B. Thurston 
& Co., 1885. 8vo, 2.2 pages. 

Chronicles of the PLUMSTED family. With some family 
letters. Compiled and arranged, with notes, by Eugene 
Devereux. Philadelphia: 1887. 8vo, 168 pages. 

Genealogical tree of the POLK family. 1849. 18 x 26 
inches. 

The ancestry and descendants of Jonathan POLLARD [of 
New Braintree, Mass.]. 1 759-1 821. With records of 
allied families. Compiled by Lucius M. Underwood. 
Syracuse, N. Y. : privately printed, 1891. 8vo, 20 pages, 
edition 200 copies. 

POLLOCK genealogy. A biographical sketch of Oliver 
Pollock, Esq., of Carlisle, Pa. * * * 1776-84. 
With genealogical notes of his descendants, and genea- 
logical sketches of other Pollock families settled in Penn- 
sylvania. By the Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden. Harris- 
burg, Pa.: Lane S. Hart, printer, 1883. 8vo, 59 pages, 
edition of 80 copies. 

POLLOCK : A record of the descendants of John, James, 
Charles and Samuel Pollock, who emigrated from Ire- 
land to Pennsylvania about 1750. Edition of 25 copies. 
* * * By Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden. 1884. 
8vo, 26 pages, reprinted from preceding work. 



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A study in heredity : The POMEROYS in America. By 
Wm. W. Rodman. [From the New Englander and 
Yale Review for September, 1889.] 8vo, 14 pages (paged 
161-174). 

A genealogical record of Daniel POND and his descend- 
ants. By Edward Doubleday Harris. * * * Bos- 
ton, Mass.: WilUam Parsons Lunt, 1873. 8vo, 210 
pages. 

A genealogical record of Samuel POND [of Windsor, 
Conn., 1642] and his descendants. By Daniel Streator 
Pond [of] Rochester, Ohio. [New London, Ohio: 
printed by Geo. W. Runyan,] 1875. 8vo, 126 pages, in- 
dex of given names. 

The history of Edward POOLE of Weymouth, Mass., 
1635, and his descendants. By Murray Edward Poole, 
A. B. [Ithaca, N. Y. :] press of the Ithaca Democrat, 
1898. 8vo, 164 pages. 

A memoir and genealogy of John POORE [an early set- 
tler of Newbury, Mass.] Ten generations, 161 5- 1880. 
Including the posterity of numerous daughters. * * ^k 
By Alfred Poore. * * * Salem, Mass. : printed for 
the author, 1881. 4to, 332 pages, portraits, views, 
index. 

The Poor — POORE family gathering at Newburyport, 
Mass., Sept. 14, 1881. New York: S. W. Green's Son, 
printer, 1881. 8vo, 68 pages. 

The Poor— POORE family gathering at Haverhill, 
Mass., Sept. 14, 1887. Salem, Mass.: 1890. 8vo, 107 
pages. 

The Poor — POORE family gathering at Peabody, Mass. 
Sept. 10, 1890. Salem: printed at the Salem Press, 1893. 
8vo, 52 pages. 



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The Poor — POORE family gathering at Lawrence, Mass., 
Sept. 6, i8q3. Salem, Mass. : printed by Newcomb & 
Gauss, 1899. 8vo, 44 pages. 

Genealogy of a portion of the POPE family, together with 
biographical notices of Col. William Pope of Boston, 
and some of his descendants. Boston: David Clapp, 
printer, 1862. 8vo, 68 pages. 

Notices of some of the descendants of Joseph POPE of 
Salem, Mass. By Henry Wheatland. [Reprinted from 
the Essex Institute Historical Collections for 1869.] 8vo, 
14 pages. 

A genealogy of the POPE family of Kentucky. By Dr. 
Nathaniel Field of Jeffersonville, Ind. Nov. 7th, 1879. 
Jeffersonville, Ind. : 1879. ^vo, 15 pages. 

Ancestry of Capt. Ebenezer POPE. Genealogical notes. 
[By Frank L. Pope.] Elizabeth, N. J.: Cook & Hall, 
printers, 1882. 8vo, 7 pages. 

Genealogy of Thomas POPE [of Plymouth, Mass., 1631] 
(1608- 1 683) and some of his descendants. By Franklin 
Leonard Pope. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register for Jan., 1888.] Boston: press of 
David Clapp & Son, 1888. 8vo, 22 pages. 

A history of the Dorchester POPE family. 1634- 1888. 
With sketches of other Popes in England and America. 
* * * By Charles Henry Pope. Boston: [press of 
L. Barta & Co.], published by the author, 1888. 8vo. 
348 pages (paged 3394-8), the last 8 pages added a few 
years later, also a folded pedigree chart, index. 

Partial genealogy of the POPHAM family. Compiled and 
edited by Charles E. Crowell. Atlantic Highlands, N. J. : 
1898. 8vo, 24 pages. 



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A genealogy of the descendants of Richard PORTER, 
who settled at Weymouth, Mass., 1635, and allied fam- 
ilies; also some account of the descendants of John Por- 
ter, who settled at Hingham, Mass., 1635, and Salem 
(Danvers), Mass., 1644. By Joseph W. Porter of Bur- 
lington, Me. * * * Bangor, Me. : Burr & Robin- 
son, printers, 1878. 8vo, 350 oap-es. 

The descendants of John PORTER of Windsor, Conn., 
in the line of his great-great-grandson. Col. Joshua Por- 
ter, M. D., of Salisbury, Litchfield co.. Conn. With 
some account of the families into which they married. 
[By Henry P. Andrews and P. Porter Wiggins.] Printed 
for the compilers by George W. Ball, Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y. : 1882. 8vo, 125 pages, index. 

The descendants of John PORTER of Windsor, Conn., 
1635-9. Compiled by Henry Porter Andrews. Sara- 
toga Springs, N. Y. : G. W. Ball, printer, 1893. 2 vols. 
8vo, 888 pages. 

PORTER family record. A few twigs from a branch of 
the Porter family [descendants of Robert Porter, early 
of Farmington, Conn.] By Cyrus Kinne Porter. Buf- 
falo, N. Y. : [Peter Paul Book Co., printers, 1896]. 4to, 
17 pages. 

PORTER. [Ancestry of James Porter of Waterbury, 
Conn., 1794, 3d in descent from Daniel Porter of Farm- 
ington, Conn., 1655, and his posterity down to 1896. By 
Henry E. Burton. Middletown, Conn.: 1896.] 8vo, 8 
pages. 

Genealogies of the POTTER families and their descend- 
ants in America. * * * By Charles Edward Potter. 
Boston: A. Mudge & Son, printers, 1888. 4to, 270 
pages. 

Memorial of Thomas POTTS, Jr., who settled in Pennsyl- 
vania [1690] ; with an historic-genealogical account of 



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his descendants to the eighth generation. By Mrs. 
Thomas Potts James. Cambridge : privately printed [by 
Welch, Bigelow & Co.], 1874. 8vo, 416 pages, edition 
500 copies. 

Our family ancestors. [Descendants of Thomas POTTS, 
Sr., of Germantown, Pa., 1692.] By Thomas Maxwell 
Potts. Canonsburg, Pa. : [press of J. G. Charlton], 1895. 
8vo, 427 pages, indexed, 24 illustrations. 

Long Island genealogies. Families of Albertson, Andrews, 
Bedell, Birdsall, Bowne, Carman, Carr, Clowes, Cock, 
Cornelius, Covert, Dean, Doughty, Duryea, Feke, Frost, 
Haff, Hallock, Haydock, Hicks, Hopkins, Jackson, Jones, 
Keese, Ketcham, Kirby, Loines, Marvin, Merritt, Moore, 
Mott, Oakley, Onderdonck, Pearsall, Post, Powell, Prior., 
Robbins, Rodman, Rowland, Rushmore, Sands, Scudder, 
Seaman, Searing, Smith, Strickland, Titus, Townsend, 
Underbill, Valentine, Vanderdonk, Weeks, Whitman, 
Whitson, Willets, Williams, Willis, Wright, and other 
families. Being kindred descendants of Thomas 
POWELL of Bethpage, L. L, 1688. Compiled by Mary 
Powell Bunker. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, 
printers, 1895. 8vo, 350 pages, indexed, map. 

The POWERS family. Genealogical and historical rec- 
ord of Walter Power [of Concord, Mass., 1665] and 
some of his descendants to the ninth generation. Com- 
piled by Amos H. Powers. Chicago, 111. : Fergus Printing 
Co., 1884. 8vo, 199 pages, portraits, index. 

PRATT memorial. [Descendants of. John of Dorchester, 
Mass., 1634, and others.] By Rev. Stillman Pratt, 
Middleboro, Mass.: [i860]. 4to, 8 pages. 

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 Hart- 



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ford; Peter Pratt of Lyme; John Pratt (taylor) of Say- 
Brook. By Rev. F. W. Chapman, A. M. Hartford: 
printed by Case, Lockwood & Co., 1864. 8vo, 420 
pages. 

Sketch of the Hfe of Samuel F. PRATT; with some ac- 
count of the early history of the Pratt family. A paper 
read before the Buffalo Historical Society, March 10, 
1873. By William P. Letchworth. Buffalo : 1874. 8vo, 
211 pages. 

The PRATT family. A genealogical record of Mathew 
Pratt of Weymouth, Mass., and his American descend- 
ants, 1623-1889. [By Francis G. Pratt, Jr.] Boston, 
Mass. : 1889. 8vo, 226 pages, index. 

Phinehas PRATT [of Weymouth, Mass.] and some of 
his descendants. A monograph. Prepared by Eleazer 
Franklin Pratt. Boston, Mass. : printed for private dis- 
tribution [by T. R. Marvin & Son], 1897. 8vo, 164 
pages. 

The ancestry and descendants of John PRATT, of Hart- 
ford, Conn. Compiled and published by Charles B. 
Whittlesey, by authority of Walter W. Pratt. Hartford : 
The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1900. 8vo, 204 
pages. 

A genealogical sketch of the PREBLE families resident in 
Portland, Me., A. D. 1850. * * * Printed but not 
published. Portland : Harmon & Williams, printers, 
1850. 8vo, 28 pages. 

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, his de- 
scendants. By Geo. Henry Preble, Capt., U. S. N. 



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* * * Boston : printed for family circulation. David 
Clapp & Son, 1868. 8vo, 336 pages. 

The history and genealogy of the PRENTICE or Prentiss 
family in New England, from 1631 to 1852. Collected 
by C. J. F. Binney. Boston: published by the author, 
1852. 8vo, 272 H- 8 pages. 

The Roxbury, Mass., and New London, Conn., branch [of 
the family of] PRENTICE. Brighton, Mass. : Edwin 
C. Prentice, July, 1875. 8vo, 14 pages. 

The history and genealogy of the PRENTICE or Prentiss 
family of New England, etc., from 1631 to 1883. By 
C. J. F. Binney. Second edition. Boston: published 
by the editor, 1883. 8vo, 446 pages, portraits, views, 
indexes. 

The PRESCOTT memorial; or a genealogical memoir of 
the Prescott families in America. In two parts. By 
William Prescott, M. D. * * * Boston: printed by 
Henry W. Button & Son, 1870. 8vo, 653 pages. 

Memoranda of the PRESTON family. By Orlando 
Brown. Frankfort, Ky. : 1842. 8vo, 10 pages, super- 
seded by next title. 

Memoranda of the PRESTON family. [By Orlando 
Brown. 2d edition. Cincinnati, Ohio : printed by 
Wrightson & Co., 1864.] 8vo, 16 pages, see next. 

Memoranda of the PRESTON family. By Orlando 
Brown. [3d edition.] Albany: J. Munsell, 78 State 
street, 1864. 8vo, 26 pages, edition 25 copies, superseded 
by next title. 

Memoranda of the PRESTON family. [Descendants of 
John of Staunton, Va., 1743.] Compiled by John 



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Mason Brown. Printed for private distribution. Frank- 
fort, Ky. : S. I. M. Major, printer, 1870. 8vo, 64 pages, 
gives no dates. 

Centennial meeting of the descendants of Philip and Rachel 
PRICE. [By Hon. Eli K. Price.] Phila. : Caxton Press, 
1864. i2mo, 86 pages, two additional pages were printed 
in 1880. 

The golden wedding of Benjamin and Jane PRICE, with 
brief family record. Philadelphia: 1870. 8vo, 48 pages. 

Biographical sketches of James Embree, Philip PRICE and 
Eli K. Price. Philadelphia: 1881. 8vo, 67 pages; con- 
tains brief genealogical matter. 

The autobiography of an octogenarian, containing the 
genealogy of his ancestors, sketches of their history, and 
of various events that have occurred during his pro- 
tracted life; his theological views, etc., etc. By D. N. 
PRIME. Newburyport : William H. Huse & Co., print- 
ers, 1873. i2mo, 293 pages. 

The family of PRIME of Rowley, Mass. By Temple 
Prime. Huntington, N. Y. : 1887. 40 pages. 

Notes, genealogical, biographical and bibliographical, of 
the PRIME family. By E. D. G. Prime, D. D. Printed 
for private use: 1888 [by John Wilson & Son]. 8vo, 
118 pages. 

PRIME. The descendants of James Prime, who was at 
Mil ford, Conn., in 1644, with some names in allied fami- 
lies. Compiled for private use only by Ralph E. Prime 
of Yonkers, N. Y. Yonkers, N. Y. : printed by G. B. 
Mottram, 1895. 8vo, 45 pages. 

Elder John PRINCE of Hull, Mass., 1635. A memorial, 
biographical and genealogical. By George Prince. 
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Published by the author : 1888. C. W. Symonds, printer, 
Boston, Mass. i2mo, 32 pages. 

Some materials for a genealogy of the PRINCE family of 
Danvers [Mass. Descendants of Robert Prince of Salem, 
1659]. By Eben Putnam. Salem, Mass.: reprinted 
from the Essex Institute Hist. Colls., 1891. 8vo, 11 
pages. 

A gathering of descendants of Hezekiah and Isabelln 
PRINCE of Thomaston, Maine [a descendant of Elder 
John Prince of Hull, held at] Spencer, Mass., August 20 
to 30, 1 89 1. 8vo, 10 pages. 

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 1 81 2, and civil war, 1861-65 * * * by Frank 
A. Prince, Danielson, Conn. Franklin, Mass. : press of 
the Sentinel Publishing Co., 1898. 8vo, 88 pages. 

Descendants of Daniel PRINCE [of Williamsburg, Mass., 
1777], born May i, 1755 [in England. By Frank A. 
Prince. Danielson, Conn. : J. H. Briggs, printer, 1898. 
8vo, 1 1 pages,, portrait, edition of 50 copies, reprinted on 
pages 5 to 12 of the 1899 work. 

The genealogy of the PRINCE family. From 1660 to 
1899. [Mainly the descendants of Robert of Salem, 
Mass., 1659.] Compiled, arranged and published by 
Frank A. Prince. Danielson, Conn. : J. H. Briggs, 
printer, 1899. 8vo, 153 pages, 17 portraits, etc., indexes. 

The family of PRIULI [of Charleston, S. C], also called 
Prioli, Priolo, Prioleau, by Edward M. Gallaudet, LL. D. 
[Reprinted from the Collections of the Huguenot Society, 
1894.] 8vo, 27, pages. 

The PROCTOR gathering in commemoration of the looth 
anniversary of the wedding day of their progenitors, 



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Mr. Joseph Proctor and Miss Elizabeth Epes. Together 
with the genealogy of the family. Gloucester, Mass. : 
Proctor Brothers, printers, 1868. 8vo, 46 pages. 

The first settlers of the PROCTOR family of New Eng- 
land. Showing the first three generations, who came 
over from England from years 1635 to 1692, and con- 
tinuation to Feb. 4, 1873. [By William L. Proctor.] 
Ogdensburg, N. Y. : Republican Steam Press, 1873. 
i2mo, 19 pages. 

A genealogy of descendants of Robert PROCTOR of Con- 
cord and Chelmsford, Mass. [1654], with notes of some 
connected families. By William Lawrence Proctor and 
Mrs. W. L. Proctor. Ogdensburg, N. Y. : Republican 
and Journal Print, 1898. 8vo, 307 pages, 11 plates, in- 
dexes. 

Genealogical notes of the PROVOOST family of New 
York [cut of arms]. By Edwin R. Purple. New York: 
privately printed, 1875. 4to, 29 pages. 

Biographical and genealogical notes of the PROVOST 
family from 1545 to 1895. By Andrew J. Provost. 
New York: 1895. 8vo, 148 pages, plates. 

The family of PUFFER of Massachusetts. By W. S. Ap- 
pleton. Boston, Mass. : David Clapp & Son, 1882. 8vo, 
9 pages. 

Short history of the ancestors and founders of the PUM- 
PELLY family, taken from the oldest traditions. By 
Major Harmon Pumpelly Read. * * * Albany, 
N. Y. : 1893. 8vo, 25 pages. 

A tribute to the memory of John PUNCHARD : a sermon 
preached at his funeral, Feb. 16, 1857. By Samuel M. 
Worcester. With an appendix containing * * * 



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the genealogy of the Punchard family. Boston : printed 
for private circulation, 1857. 8vo, 68 pages. 

The PUSEY family. A brief historical sketch of its origin 
in England and [Pennsylvania in] America. Compiled 
from traditional and authentic sources by Pennock Pusey 
of St. Paul, Minn. Wilmington, Del. : Wood & Ban- 
croft, : 1883. i2mo, 14 pages. 

Address at the meeting of the descendants of Major-General 
Israel PUTNAM, at Putnam, Conn., Oct. 25, 1855. By 
L. Grosvenor. Boston: 1855. 8vo, 37 pages. 

A history of the PUTNAM family in England and Amer- 
ica, recording the ancestry and descendants of John Put- 
nam of Danvers, Mass. ; Jan Poutman of Albany, N. Y., 
and Thomas Putnam of Hartford, Conn. By Eben Put- 
nam. Illustrated. Salem, Mass., U. S. A. : The Salem 
Press Publishing Co., 189 1-5. Vol. I. Issued in parts. 
8vo, 474 pages. 

Record of the PYNCHON family in England and America 
[from William of Springfield, Mass., 1636]. Originally 
compiled by Dr. Joseph Charles Pynchon, Springfield, 
Mass., 1885, for private use only. (Revised by W. F. 
Adams. ) Springfield, Mass. : Old Corner Book Store, 
1898. 8vo, 24 pages, portrait, plate. 

A genealogical table and history of the QUARRIER fam- 
ily in America. [Descendants of Col. Alexander Quar- 
rier of Virginia, 1785.] By a descendant [Major Alex. 
T. Laidley] . Charleston, W. Va. : Moore's printing 
office, 1890. Oblong 8vo, 9x12 inches, 44 pages. 

Memoranda respecting the families of QUINCY and 
Adams. [By C. F. Adams. Privately printed. Ha- 
vana : 1 84 1.] 8vo, 9 pages. 

A brief account of the QUINCY family of Boston, Mass. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 



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with additions and corrections. By W. H. Whitmore. 
1857. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogical memoranda of the QUISENBERRY family 
[descendants of John of Virginia, about 1651], 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. 
8vo, 204 pages. 

The RAINBOROWE family. Gleanings by Henry F. 
Waters, A. M., with annotations by Isaac J. Greenwood, 
A. M. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1886. 8vo, 16 pages. 

A genealogy of the RAND family in the United States. By 
F. O. Rand. New York: 1898. 8vo, 269 pages. 

Joseph RANDALL of Providence, R. L, and his descend- 
ants, 1 684- 1 868. * * * Providence, R. L : prepared 
and printed by John A. C. Randall, 1868. 8vo, 34 pages. 

Genealogy of a branch of the RANDALL family. 1666 
to 1879. Collected and arranged by a member of the 
family [Paul K. Randall of Cortland, N. Y. Printed at 
Norwich, N. Y. : 1879]. ^^^^ 289 pages, arms, indexes. 

Transactions at the eighth family reunion of the descendants 
of Waitstell RANNEY and Jeremiah Atwood, held at 
Chester, Vt., August 28th and 29th, 1866. New York: 
S. Angell, printer, 1866. 8vo, 48 pages. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Captain Sam- 
uel RANSOM of the Continental Army, killed at the 
massacre of Wyoming, Pa., July 3d, 1778. Compiled by 
his great-great-grandson. Captain Clinton B. Sears. St. 
Louis, Mo. : Nixon- Jones Printing Co., 1882. 8vo, 234 
pages, full index. 



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Some material for a history of the name and family of 
Rentoul-Rintoul-RANTOllL. [Ancestry and descend- 
ants of Robert, who came to Boston in 1769.] Com- 
piled by Robert S. Rantoul. Reprinted from Historical 
Collections of the Essex Institute. Salem, Mass.: 
printed at the Salem Press, 1885. 8vo, 28 pages, por- 
trait. 

RAVENEL records. By H. E. Ravenel. Atlanta, Ga. : 
Franklin Printing Co., 1898. 8vo, 279 pages, illustra- 
tions. 

Notes relating to RAWLINS, or Rollins, with notices of 
early settlers of the name in America, and family records 
of Thomas of Boston, Nicholas of Newbury, William of 
Gloucester. By John R. Rollins, A. M. * * * Law- 
rence, Mass. : Geo. S. Merrill & Co., printers, 1870. 8vo, 
84 pages, superseded by the later work. 

Records of families of the name RAWLINS or Rollins in 
the United States. * * * Compiled by John R. 
Rollins. Lawrence, Mass. : Geo. S. Merrill & Crocker, 
printers, 1874. 8vo, 348 pages. 

The RAWSON family. Memoir of Edward Rawson, sec- 
retary of the colony of Massachusetts Bay from 165 1 to 
1686, with genealogical notices of his descendants. By 
Sullivan S. Rawson. Boston: published by the family, 
1849. 8vo, 148 pages. 

The RAWSON family, A revised memoir of Edward 
Rawson, secretary of the colony of Massachusetts Bay 
from 1650 to 1686, with genealogical notices of his de- 
scendants, including nine generations. By E. B. Crane. 
Worcester, Mass. : published by the family [Chas. Ham- 
ilton, printer], 1875. 8vo, 334 pages. 

Ancestry of Edward RAWSON, secretary of the colony of 
Massachusetts Bay. With some account of his life. 



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By Ellery Bicknell Crane. Worcester, Mass. : Rice, 
printer, 1887. 8vo, 54 pages, portraits, arms. 

Sketch of the hfe and times of Dr. David RAY [who died 
at Otisfield, Me., 1822. With an account of the meeting 
of his descendants there Sept. 7, 1876]. By Grinfill 
Blake Holden of Millston, Wis. Boston, Mass. : printed 
for private circulation, 1881. i6mo, 24 pages. 

Genealogies of the RAYMOND families of New England, 
1 630- 1 to 1886. * * * Compiled by Samuel Ray- 
mond. New York: press of J. J. Little & Co., 1886. 
8vo, 298 pages, portraits, indexes, edition 350. 

1598. Descendants of John READ [an early settler of 
Rehoboth, Mass.], 1859. Prepared and compiled by 
S. C. Newman. Providence, R. I. : A. Crawford Greene, 
printer, 1859. Chart 36 x 54 inches, arms. 

Seth READ, Lieut.-Col. Continental Army, pioneer at 
Geneva, N. Y., 1787, and at Erie, Pa., June, 1795. [De- 
scendant of John Read of Rehoboth, Mass., 1644.] His 
ancestors and descendants. By his great-granddaughter, 
Mary Hunter Buford. Boston: 1895. 8vo, 166 pages. 

Genealogical and biographical memorials of the READING, 
Howell, Yerkes, Watts, Latham and Elkins families. 
By Josiah Granville Leach, LL. B. * * * Printed 
for private circulation by J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadel- 
phia: 1898. 4to, 286 pages, index, 44 illus., edition 200 
copies. 

Genealogy of the REDFIELDS. Printed by Lewis H. 
Redfield. Onondaga, N. Y. : June, 1819. i page, super- 
seded by the later work. 

Genealogy of the REDFIELD family in the United States. 
[Compiled by Wm. C. Redfield.] Stereotyped by J. S. 
Redfield: 1839. 11 pages, see later edition. 



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Genealogical history of the REDFIELD family in the 
United States [descendants of William of New London, 
Conn., 1646]. By John Howard Redfield. Being a 
revision and extension of the genealogical tables com- 
piled in 1839 by William C. Redfield. Albany: Mimsell 
& Rowland, i860. 8vo, 337 pages. 

History of the REED family in Europe and America. By 
Jacob Whittemore Reed. Boston: John Wilson & Son, 
1 86 1. 8vo, 588 pages. 

History of the REEDS and Winns. By M. W. Carleton. 
Woburn, Mass.: A. T. Carter, printer, 1883. 49 pages. 

Souvenir programme of the semi-centennial meeting of the 
REED family, in the Reed Locust Grove, Wednesday, 
August 28th, 1895. Taunton, Mass. : [John S. Samp- 
son, printer, 1895]. 8vo, 8 pages, and a cover contain- 
ing 8 portraits; page 7 consists of genealogical notes of 
one line of Taunton descendants of Wm. Reade of Wey- 
mouth, Mass., 1636. 

REES. [Family of William Rees, who came to New York 
in 1830, and settled in Keokuk, Iowa. By George Rees. 
St. Joseph, Mo. : 1899.] 8vo, 6 pages. 

The RESSEGUIE family. A historical and genealogical 
record of Alexander Resseguie of Norwalk, Conn. 
[1709], and four generations of his descendants. Com- 
piled by John E. Morris. Hartford, Conn. : press of the 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1888. 8vo, 99 pages, 
index. 

Genealogical history, showing the paternal line from Ar- 
thur REXFORD, a native of England, who married 
Elizabeth Stevens of New Haven, Conn., in 1702. Com- 
piled by John De Witt Rexford. Janesville, Wis. : 
Gazette Printing Co., printers, 1891. 8vo, yy pages, a 



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preliminary circular pamphlet of 8 pages was issued in 
1 88 1 to obtain information. 

The RHINELANDER family in America, showing the 
descendants of Philip Jacob Rhinelander [of New 
Rochelle, N. Y., i686] and their alliances. [By Bentley 
D. Hasell. New York: 1896.] Chart, lithograph, 
27 X 40 inches, limited edition, privately printed. 

An address, delivered at the annual meeting of the RICE 
family at Wayland, on Friday, September 5th, 1851. By 
Abner Rice, A. M., of Woburn. Boston : press of Joseph 
L. Hall worth, 1851. 8vo, 14 pages. 

A genealogical history of the RICE family : descendants of 
Deacon Edmund Rice, who came from Berkhamstead, 
Eng., and settled at Sudbury, Mass., in 1638 or 9. By 
Andrew Henshaw Ward, A. M. Boston: C. Benjamin 
Richardson, 1858. 8vo, 379 pages. 

Genealogy. Descendants of Jonathan RICH [born at 
Truro, Mass., 1771, died at Ft. Covington, N. Y., 1844]. 
Prepared by George Rich. Columbus, Ohio: press of 
Nitschke Brothers, 1892. i2mo, 39 pages. 

A genealogical register of the descendants of several 
ancient Puritans. [The RICHARDS genealogy.] By 
Rev. Abner Morse, A. M. Vol. III. Boston :. press of 
H. W. Dutton & Son, 1861. 8vo, 243 pages. 

A sketch of some of the descendants of Owen RICHARDS, 
who emigrated to Pennsylvania previous to 1718. By 
Louis Richards, Reading, Pa. [Reprinted from the 
Penn. Mag. of Hist, and Biog.] Philadelphia: Collins, 
printer, 1882. 8vo, 20 pages, 2 portraits. 

The RICHARDSON memorial, comprising a full history 
and genealogy of the posterity of the three brothers, 



Ezekiel, Samuel and Thomas Richardson, who came 
from England and united with others in the foundation 
of Woburn, Mass., in the year 1641 ; of John Richard- 
son of Medfield, 1679; of Amos Richardson of Boston, 
1640; of Edward and William Richardson of Newbury, 
1643; with notices of Richardsons in England and else- 
where. By John Adams Vinton. * * * Portland, 
Me. : printed for the subscribers by Brown, Thurston & 
Co., 1876. 8vo, 944 pages. 

The genealogy of the RICHARDSON family of the state 
of Delaware. [Descendants of Timothy, b. 1731.] By 
Richard Richardson. Philadelphia: 1878. 8vo, 60 
pages. 

Notes on the RICHARDSON and Russell families. [De- 
scendants of Moses Richardson of Cambridge, Mass., 
1749, and Samuel Russell of Boston, 1747.] By James 
Kimball. Reprinted from the Essex Institute Historical 
Collections. Salem, Mass. : 1880. 8vo, 39 pages. 

A genealogical record of families in the descending line of 
Samuel RICHARDSON, born in England about 1610 
[settled in Woburn. Mass., 1642], through ten genera- 
tions to the present date. Compiled by Joseph Ham- 
mond. Keene, N. H. : Darling & Co., printers, 1896. 
i6mo, 22 pages, edition 120 copies. 

The RICHMOND family, 1594- 1896, and pre- American 
ancestors, 1040- 1594. By Joshua Bailey Richmond. 
* * * Boston: Heintzemann press, 1897. 8vo, 614 
pages, 18 illustrations, index. 

Records of some of the descendants of George and Maturin 
RICKER, who were early at Dover, N. H. ; and who 
were killed by the Indians. June 4. 1706. Compiled by 
William B. Lapham, M. D. Augusta, Me. : Sprague, 
Owen & Nash, printers, 1877. 8vo, 20 pages. 



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A genealogical sketch of the RIDDELL family, including 
a list of the descendants of the three brothers, Hugh, 
Gawn and Robert, who came to America in 1737. By 
W. P. Riddel, A. B., [of] New Orleans. [Printed by 
J. F. Trow, New York:] 1852. 8vo, 44 pages. 

History of the ancient Ryedales and their descendants in 
Normandy, Great Britain, Ireland and America, from 
860 to 1884. Comprising the genealogy and biography 
of the families of RIDDELL, Riddle, Ridlon and Rid- 
ley, etc. By G. T. Ridlon. Manchester, N. H. : pub- 
lished by the author, 1884. 8vo, 786 pages, portraits 
and plates, arms, index. 

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, Jr. New York: 1851. 8vo, 19 
pages. 

Genealogy of a part of the RIPLEY family [one branch of 
descendants of William Ripley of Hingham, Mass.]. 
Compiled by H. W. Ripley, Harlem, N. Y. 1866. 8vo, 
7 pages, superseded by later edition. 

Genealogy of a part of the RIPLEY family [descendants 
of William of Hingham, Mass.]. Compiled by H. W. 
Ripley. Newark, N. J. : A. Stephen Holbrook, printer, 
1867. i2mo, 48 pages. 

A geneo-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. * * * ^jth an 
introduction by Alvah Rittenhouse, M. D. Vol. I. 
Published by the Rittenhouse Memorial Association, 
Philadelphia, Pa. : 1893. 8vo, xlix, 272 pages, 52 illus- 
trations. 



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History of the RITTENHOUSE family. By Daniel K. 
Cassel. Germantown, Pa.: 1894-5. 8vo, 128 pages, 
the first 76 pages were printed in 1894 as part I, and the 
remainder in 1895 as part II, the whole a continuation 
of the 1893 volume. 

A record of the family of Joseph RITTENHOUSE [of 
Philadelphia, who died Sept. 7, 1875]. By Daniel K. 
Cassel. Norristown, Pa. : Herald Printing Rooms, 1896. 
8vo, 10 pages. 

The family record of David RITTENHOUSE, including 
his sisters. * * * By Daniel K. Cassel of German- 
town, Pa. Norristown, Pa. : Herald Printing Rooms, 
1897. 8vo, 139 pages, 7 portraits, partly indexed. 

Family record of the ancestors of Ephraim and Abigal 
ROBBINS and their descendants. [By Gurdon Rob- 
bins. Hartford: 1843.] ^ V^S^^ 13 by 16 inches. 

Chart of descendants of John ROBBINS of Wethersfield, 
Conn., through his great-great-grandson, Capt. Elisha 
Robbins. * * * [By D. P. Holton. New York: 
1881.] 17 X 26 inches. 

Genealogy of the ROBERDEAU family [ancestry and de- 
scendants of Robert of Philadelphia, 1776], including a 
biography of General Daniel Roberdeau of the Revolu- 
tionary Army. * * * gy Roberdeau Buchanan. 
Printed for private distribution. Washington, D. C. : 
Joseph L. Pearson, printer, 1876. 8vo, 196 pages. 

ROBERTS family of Burlington co., N. J. Philadelphia: 
1852. Chart. 

Descendants of John ROBERTS of Simsbury, Conn., and 
Bloomfield, Conn. By Lester A. Roberts of Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1888. 8vo, 7 pages. 



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The ROBERTS family of Simsbury, Conn., in the line of 
Capt. Lemuel Roberts, 1742- 1789. Compiled by Frank 
Farnsworth Starr for James J. Goodwin. Hartford, 
Conn. [Cambridge, Mass.: University Press], 1896. 
8vo, 54 pages, index, folded chart, edition 50 copies. 

Reuben ROBIE [descendant of Henry of Dorchester, 
Mass., 1639] and Nancy Whiting Robie [descendant of 
Samuel Whiting of Boston, Mass., 1636], their ancestors 
and descendants. [By Reuben Edward Robie. Bath, 
N. Y. : 1892.] 8vo, 24 pages, of which last 8 relate to 
Whiting family. 

Genealogy and family register of George ROBINSON, 
late of Attleboro', Mass., with an account of his ances- 
tors. Compiled by one of his sons in 1829. Hallowell, 
Me.: Glazier, Masters & Co., printers, 1831. i6mo, 36 
pages and 36 blank leaves. 

Genealogical history of the families of ROBINSONS, Saf- 
fords, Harwoods and Clarks. By Sarah Robinson. 
Bennington, Vt. : 1837. i2mo, 96 pages. 

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 for private distri- 
bution. New York: John F. Trow, printer, 1859. 8vo, 
241 pages. 

Fragments of familv and contemporary history [of the 
ROBINSONS, Blaines and McCords of the Cumber- 
land Valley, Pa.]. Gathered by T. H. R[obinson]. 
Pittsburg: printed by Bakewell & Marthens, 1867. 8vo, 
142 pages. 

Recollections of olden times : Rowland ROBINSON of Nar- 
ragansett and his unfortunate daughter ; with genealogies 



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of the Robinson, Hazard and Sweet families of Rhode 
Island. By Thos. R. Hazard. Also, genealogical sketch 
of the Hazards of the middle states. By Willis P. 
Hazard of West Chester, Pa. Newport, R. I. : Published 
by John P. Sanborn, 1879. 8vo, 291 pages. 

William and Anne ROBINSON of Dorchester, Mass. 
Their ancestors and descendants. By Edward D. Harris. 
Boston: press of David Clapp & Son, 1890. 8vo, 60 
pages, edition 250 copies. 

Items of ancestry [of the author relating to the ROBIN- 
SON family of Plymouth, Mass., 1630, and allies] by a 
descendant, I. M. R. [Ida May Robinson]. Privately 
printed. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1894. 8vo, 93 
pages, index. 

Early history of the ROCHESTER family in America 
[descendants of Nicholas Rochester of Virginia, 1689], 
with charts of the family and its connections, from 1640 
to 1882, Collected and compiled by Nathaniel Roches- 
ter. Buffalo, N. Y. : printing house of Matthews, 
Northrup & Co., 1882. Large 8vo, 15 pages and 10 
pages of charts, making 25 pages in all, also colored 
coat of arms. 

A sermon preached at the funeral of Martin ROCK- 
WELL of Colebrook, December 11, 1851. By Rev. 
Joseph Elbridge. With an appendix and a genealogy 
of the Rockwell family. Printed for the descendants of 
Samuel Rockwell of Colebrook. New Haven : printed 
b}^ B. L. Hamlin, 1852. 8vo, 27 pages. 

The ROCKWELL family in America. A genealogical 
record from 1630- 1873. By Henry Ensign Rockwell. 
Boston: Rockwell & Churchill, publishers, 1873. 8vo, 
224 pages. 

A historical and genealogical record of the descendants of 
Timothy ROCKWOOD, born in Medway, July 5, 1727, 



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died in Holliston, Feb. 21, 1806. Compiled from au- 
thentic sources, by E. L. Rockwood. Boston, Mass. : 
published by the compiler [printed by Bazin & Chand- 
ler], 1856. i2mo, 151 pages. 

Autumn leaves from family trees; historical, biographical 
and genealogical materials relating to the Cauffman, 
Chidsey, Churchman, Foster, Montgomery, Roden- 
bough, Shewell and affiliated families, * * * j^y 
Thomas Francis RODENBOUGH. New York: Clark 
& Zugalla, publishers, 1892. 8vo, 304 pages, edition 
150 copies. 

Genealogy of the RODMAN family, 1620 to 1886. [De- 
scendants of John of Barbadoes, whose progeny settled 
in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania.] By Charles Henry 
Jones. Philadelphia: 1886. 8vo, 287 pages, portraits. 

Notes on the RODMAN genealogy. By William Wood- 
bridge Rodman. New Haven, Conn. : printed for the 
author [by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor], 1887. 8vo, 
2^ pages, relates to the early history of the family. 

Historic records of an old family. [The ancestry of 
Francis A. ROE, U. S. N.] 1890. 16 pages. 

Genealogical memoir of the family of Rev. Nathaniel 
ROGERS. By a descendant. [1851.] 8vo, 48 pages. 

Descendants of Rev. Daniel ROGERS of Littleton, Mass., 
1 706- 1 885. By John Ward Dean, A. M., of Boston. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1885. 8vo, 6 pages. 

A sketch of some of the descendants of Samuel ROGERS 
of Monmouth co., N. J. By G. S. L. Ward. Phila. : 
1888. 8vo, 18 pages. 

The John ROGERS families in Plymouth [Mass.], and 
vicinity. By Josiah H. Drummond. [Reprinted from 



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the proceedings of the Maine Historical Society, 1896.] 
8vo, 26 pages, edition of 200 copies. 

The ROGERS family of Georgetown [Maine. Descend- 
ants of George of Londonderry, N. H., 1720]. By Josiah 
H. Drummond. [Portland, Me: 1897.] 8vo, 37 pages. 

James ROGERS of Londonderry [N. H., 1717] and James 
Rogers of Dunbarton [N. H., 1739, with some of their 
descendants. By Josiah H. Drummond. Manchester, 
N. H. : S. C. & L. M. Gould, publishers], 1897. 8vo, 12 
pages. 

John ROGERS of Marshfield [Mass., 1647] and some of 
his descendants. By Josiah H. Drummond. Published 
by Rhoda B. Ellis, West Hanover, Mass. Portland, 
Me. : Smith & Sale, printers, 1898. 8vo, 194 pages. 

The John ROGERS families in Plymouth [Mass.] and 
vicinity. Second and revised edition. By Josiah H. 
Drummond. Read before the Maine Historical Society, 
Dec. 19, 1895. [Portland, Me.: 1898.] 8vo, 27 pages. 

The ROGERS family of Georgetown [Maine]. No. 2. 
By Josiah H. Drummond. Read before the Maine His- 
torical Society, Oct. 27, 1898. 8vo, 5 pages. 

Descendants of Pocahontas (called also) Matoa [through 
her marriage with John ROLFE. By T. H. Wynne. 
Richmond, Va. : 1867]. 4to, 6 pages. 

Pocahontas, alias Matoaka, and her descendants through 
her marriage at Jamestown, Va., in April, 1614, with 
John ROLFE, Gentleman ; * * * ^ith biographical 
sketches by Wyndham Robertson and illustrative histori- 
cal notes by R. A. Brock. J. W. Randolph & English, 
publishers, Richmond, Va. : 1887. 8vo, 84 pages, por- 
trait, a few copies had 8 extra portraits inserted. 



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Lineal ancestors of Hon. Daniel G. and Susan B. ROL- 
LINS of Great Falls, N. H. By their son, E. A. Rol- 
lins. 1 88 1. Chart. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Alexander 
ROLLO of East Haddam, Conn., 1685-1895, with bio- 
graphical notes. By John Hollenbeck Rollo. Pri- 
vately printed for the author. Wilmington, Del.: 1896. 
8vo, 56 pages, edition of 75 copies. 

Descendants of Peter Willemse ROOME [of New York 
City, 1684. By P. R. Warner. New York:] 1883. 8vo, 
348-1-62 pages, carries out all the female lines, particu- 
larly Berry, Hardenbrook, Post, Slingerland and Van 
Houton, which cover many pages. 

ROOT genealogical records, 1600- 1870. Comprising the 
general history of the Root and Roots families in Amer- 
ica. By James Pierce Root. * * * New York: R. 
C. Root, Anthony & Co., 1870. 8vo, 533 pages. 

A chart of the ancestors and descendants of Rev. Robert 
ROSE, * * * came to Vireinia in 1725, died 1751. 
Prepared by W. G. Stanard for Miss Annie Fitzhugh 
Rose Walker. Richmond, Va. : Wm. Ellis Jones, printer, 
1895. Chart, 27 X 32 inches, folded in cloth cover. 

1 630- 1 897. A brief history of the ancestors and descend- 
ants of John ROSEBOOM (1739-1805) and of Jesse 
Johnson (1745- 1832), [who descend from Hendrick 
Roseboom of Albany, N. Y., about 1655 ^"^ Capt. John 
Johnson of Roxbury, Mass., 1630]. Compiled by 
Catharine Roseboom, Dr. J. Livingston Roseboom, Rev. 
Henry U. Swinnerton and Joseph H. White. Cherry 
Valley, N. Y. [Cambridge, Mass. : printed at the Co- 
operative Press, 1897.] 8vo, 140 pages, plate, index. 

The ROSENBERGER family of Montgomery co. 
[Penn.]. Historical and genealogical sketches. By Ed- 
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ward Mathews. Harleysville, Pa. : Isaiah R. Haldeman, 
pubHsher, 1892. 8vo, 60 pages, 7 portraits. 

Stemmata Rosellana. [Descendants of Zechariah ROS- 
SELL of Eayrstown, N. J., 1723.] Compiled from in- 
quisitiones post mortem, parHamentary records, rotuli 
hundredorum, chancery reports, etc. By CHfford Stan- 
ley Sims. Philadelphia : William F. Geddes, printer, 
1859. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Genealogical memoir of the ROULHAC family in Amer- 
ica. [Descendants of Psalmet Roulhac of North Caro- 
lina, 1783.] By Helen M. Prescott. Atlanta, Ga. : Am. 
Pub. and Eng. Co., 1894. i2mo, 109 pages, edition 100 
copies. 

Memorabilia concerning the Rev. Lucas Rauss * * * 
[a native of Austria, who came to Philadelphia, Pa., 
1749], including an account of his ancestors and de- 
scendants [of the name of ROUSE]. By the Rev. 
Luther A. Gotwald, D. D. * * * York, Pa.: O. 
Stuck, book printer, 1878. 8vo, 68 pages. 

Biographical sketch of Samuel ROWELL [of Weare, 
N. H., 1777] and notices of some of his descendants 
with a genealogy for seven generations, 1754- 1898. By 
Roland Rowell. Manchester, N. H. : printed by William 
E. Moore, 1898. 8vo, 216 pages, 71 illustrations. 

A genealogical sketch of the posteritv of John ROW- 
LAND, * * * of East Whiteland, Chester co., Pa. 
[1747]. By Henry J. Rowland and Edward K. Row- 
land. [Philadelphia: printed by J. B. Lippincott Co.], 
1893. 12 mo, 33 pages, edition 100 copies, for the family 
only. 

The New England ROYALL<S. By Edward Doubleday 
Harris. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 



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Register.] Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1885. 
8vo, 2^ pages. 

RUGGLES genealogy. By Henry S. Ruggles. Wake- 
field, Mass.: 1892. 4to, 232 pages, edition 50 copies, 
privately printed. 

Evidences of the derivation of the RUGGLES family of 
England and America from that of Ruggeley of Staf- 
fordshire. By Henry Stoddard Ruggles of Wakefield, 
Mass. New York: 1894. 8vo, 4 pages. 

The RUGGLES lineage; five generations. By Henry 
Stoddard Ruggles of Wakefield, Mass. Privately 
printed: 1896. 8vo, 14 pages, edition 25 copies. 

The genealogy of Thomas RUGGLES of Roxbury, 1637, 
to Thomas Ruggles of Pomfret, Conn. [1790]. * * * 
By Franklin Ladd Bailey. Boston : 1896. 8vo, 44 pages. 

The RUMBAUGH family, 1753-1888, of Perry co., Pa. 
1888. i6mo, 104 pages. 

The RUNKLE family, being an account of the Runkles in 
Europe and their descendants in America. By Ben. van 
D. Fisher. New York: T. A. Wright, printer, 1899. 
8vo, 366 pages, illustrations. 

A genealogy of RUNNELS and Reynolds families in 
America; with records and brief memorials of the earli- 
est ancestors, so far as known, and of many of their de- 
scendants bearing the same and other names. In three 
parts, with an appendix. By M. T. Runnels, A. M. 
* * * Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 1873. 
8vo, 16 and 355 pages. 

Genealogy of the RUNYAN family. Compiled by Henry 
Runyan. Princeton, N. J. : 1891. 8vo, 9 pages. 



3o8 

A brief biographical memorial of Job. Jonas RUPP [who 
came to Pennsylvania, 1751] and a complete genealog- 
ical family register of his lineal descendants, from 1756 
to 1875, with an appendix. By I. Daniel Rupp. L. 
W. Robinson, proprietor, West Philadelphia, Pa., 1875. 
i2mo, 292 pages, portrait, index. 

Genealogy of that branch of the RUSSELL family which 
comprises the descendants of John Russell of Woburn, 
Mass. 1 640- 1 878. By John Russell Bartlett. Provi- 
dence : privately printed, Lonsdale, R. L [by the Provi- 
dence Press Co.], 1879. 8vo, 212 pages. 

William RUSSELL and his descendants. By Anna Rus- 
sell des Cognets. Lexington, Ky. : 1884. 8vo, 124 
pages. 

Record of the RUST family, embracing descendants of 
Henry Rust, who came from England, settled in Hing- 
ham, Mass., 1634-5*. By Albert D. Rust. Waco, Texas: 
1 89 1. 8vo, 528 pages, illustrated. 

The RUTGERS family of New York. By Ernest H. 
Crosby. New York: [reprinted from the N. Y. Gen. 
and Biog. Record for April, 1886]. 8vo, 2.^ pages. 

Family records and events. By Livingston RUTHER- 
FORD. New York: The De Vinne Press, 1894. 8vo, 
355 pages, portraits, plates, fac-simile, folded pedigrees, 
etc., edition 150 copies. 

A short sketch of the life of Mrs. Azubah Freeman RYDER, 
a centenarian now living at the advanced age of 104 
years and 6 months ; also a list of her immediate ancestors 
and descendants. Boston: John H. Ryder, publisher, 
1888. Square i6mo, 44 pages, portrait. 

RYMES genealogy. Samuel Rymes of Portsmouth, 
N. H. [1690], and his descendants. Compiled by 



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Christopher E. Rymes. Somerville, Mass. : 1897. 4to, 
13 leaves, edition 50 copies. 

The SABIN family of America. The four earliest genera- 
tions. By the Rev. Anson Titus, Jr. Weym.outh, Mass. : 
1882. 8vo, II pages, reprint from New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register. 

Family record : consisting of genealogical table and bio- 
graphical notes relating to ancestors of Adam Tredwell 
SACKETT [of Rye, N. Y., 1828-1878], their children 
and children's children. By Charles H. Weygant. New- 
burgh, N. Y. : [Journal Printing House], 1899. 8vo, 31 
pages. 

James Osborne SAFFORD, member of the Finance Com- 
mittee of the Essex Institute from 1874 to 1883 [and his 
descent from Thomas Safford of Ipswich, 1641]. By 
Robert S. Rantoul. From the Historical Collections of 
the Essex Institute: 1883. 8vo, 12 pages. 



native of Wales: born 1639, and one of the first settlers 
of Middletown, Conn., 1652. Carefully prepared and re- 
vised by the author [Elisha L. Sage] from authentic 
records. Middletown, Conn. : Pelton & King, printers, 
1878. 8vo, 82 pages, 7 photo portraits, arms. 

The genealogy of the SAHLERS of the United States of 
America [descendants of Abraham of Perkiomen, Pa., 
1738], and of their kinsmen, the Gross family [descend- 
ants of Joseph of Montgomery co.. Pa., 1726]. By Louis 
Hasbrouck Sahler. Utica, N. Y.,: L. C. Childs & Son, 
printers, 1895. 4to, 38 pages, 3 illustrations. 

Family memorials. A series of genealogical and biograph- 
ical monographs on the families of SALISBURY, Ald- 
worth-Elbridge, Sewall, Pyldren-Dummer, Walley, 



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Quincy, Gookin, Wendell, Breese, Chevalier-Anderson 
and Phillips. With 15 pedigrees and an appendix. By- 
Edward Elbridge Salisbury. 1885. Privately printed 
[by Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, New Haven, Conn.']. 
4to, 696 pages. 

Family histories and genealogies, a series of genealogical 
and biographical monographs on the families of Mac- 
Curdy, Mitchell, Lord, Lynde, Digby, Newdigate, Hoc, 
Willoughby, Griswold, Wolcott, Pitkin, Ogden, John- 
son, Diodati, Lee and Marvin. And notes. * * * 
By Edward E. SALISBURY. Privately printed [by 
Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, New Haven, Conn. :] 1892. 
3 vols., 4to, 721 -f-503-t-3i2 pages. 

The SALKELD family of Pennsylvania, from John, who 
emigrated in 1705, to the fourth generation, so far as 
known. By a descendant. [J. Painter of Lima, Pa.] 
1867. i2mo, 8 pages. 

The Salsburgers and their descendants, being the history 
of a colony of German Lutheran Protestants, who emi- 
grated to Georgia in 1734 and settled at Ebenezer, 25 
miles above the city of Savannah. By Rev. P. A. 
Strobel of Americus, Ga. Baltimore, Md. : 1855. i2mo, 
portrait. 

First families of Old Monmouth [co., N. J.]. SALTER 
family. [Descendants of Richard of Monmouth, 1687.] 
By J. E. Stillwell, M. D. New York City: [1882]. 
8vo, II pages; some copies were bound up with the 
" Memorial of George W. Salter," published at Wash- 
ington in 1882. 

Ancestry and descendants of Sir Richard SALTONSTALL, 
first associate of the Mass. Bay Colony and patentee of 
Connecticut. [By Leverett Saltonstall. Boston, Mass. :] 
printed at the Riverside Press for private distri- 



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bution, 1897. 8vo, 277 pages (paged 12 + 265), por- 
traits, views, etc. 

The SAMPSON family. Genealogical memoirs of the 
Sampson family in America, from the arrival of the May- 
flower, in 1620, to the present time. By John Adams 
Vinton. * * * Boston : printed by Henry W. But- 
ton & Son, 1864. 8vo, 136 pages, reprinted from the 
Giles Memorial. 

SAMSON genealogy. By Erastiis Samson. Ypsilanti, 
Mich. : 1900. Pamphlet. 

Genealogy of the SANBORN family. By Nathan San- 
born, M. D., Henniker, N. H. From the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: printed by H. W. 
Button & Son, 1865. 8vo, 21 pages. 

The Sambornes of England and America. My V. C. SAN- 
BORN of Concord, Mass. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1885. 8vo, 11 pages. 

SANBORN family in the United States, and brief sketch 
of life of John B. Sanborn. St. Paul, Minn. : H. M. 
Smyth Printing Co., 1887. 8vo, 75 pages; the first 14 
pages is a reprint of the 1885 pamphlet of 11 pages by 
V. C. Sanborn; the next 26 pages is a reprint of the 1856 
pamphlet of 21 pages by Nathan Sanborn, and the rest 
is new matter by John B. Sanborn. 

Notes on the English ancestry of the following American 
families : Samborne or SANBORN * * * Qf Hamp- 
ton, N. H., in 1640; Bachiler or Batcheller * * * 
of Hampton, in 1638; Blake * * * oi Hampton, in 
1647; Levet, Lovet or Leavitt * * * Qf Hampton, 
in 1643, and Kirtland or Kirkland * * * of Lynn. 
Mass., in 1635. By V. C. Sanborn. Boston: [reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register] 1894. 8vo, 
16 pages. 



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American and English Sambornes. By V. C. SANBORN 
of La Grange, 111. Concord, N. H. : Monitor Press, 
1895. 8vo, 30 pages, illustrated, reprinted from the 
" Granite Monthly." 

The Samborne ancestry. By V. C. SANBORN of La 
Grange, 111. [Reprinted from the London Genealogist 
for January, 1897.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

The first Sambornes of Hampton, N. H. By V. C. SAN- 
BORN of La Grange, 111. [Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Jan., 1897.] Boston: 
David Clapp & Son, 1897. 8vo, 10 pages. 

Genealogy of the family of Samborne or SANBORN in 
England and America. 1 194-1898. [Descendants of 
John and William of Hampton. N. H., 1639.] By V. 
C. Sanborn of La Grange, 111. Privately printed for the 
author. [Concord, N. H. : The Rum ford Press, 1899.] 
8vo, 692 pages, 86 illustrations, indexed. 

Descent of Comfort SANDS [from James of Rhode Island, 
1643] and of his children, with notes on the families of 
Ray, Thomas, Guthrie, Alcock, Palgrave, Cornell, Dodge, 
Hunt, Jessup. [By Temple Prime.] New York: [The 
De Vinne Press] 1886. 8vo, 91 pages. 

SANFORD genealogy: the branch of William [of Taun- 
ton, R. I., 1757, and] of Madison, N. Y., of the sixth 
American generation [from John Sanford, early of Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Portsmouth, R. I.]. By Heman Howes 
Sanford. Syracuse, N. Y. : 1894. 8vo, 70 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Richard SANGER, the 
Puritan. By Rev. Abner Morse, A. M. Boston : George 
Coolidge, 1 85 1. 8vo, 12 pages. 

Genealogy of the SARGENT family. Descendants of 
William of Maiden, Mass. By Aaron Sargent. Bos- 
ton: S. G. Drake, 1858. i2mo, 108 pages. 



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Reminiscences of Lucius Manlius SARGENT : with an ap- 
pendix containing a genealogy of his family [descend- 
ants of William of Gloucester, Mass.], and other matters. 
By John H. Sheppard. Boston : printed by David Clapp 
& Son, 1 87 1. 8vo, 51 pages. 

Col. Paul Dudley SARGENT of Sullivan, Me. [and his 
descendants. By Ignatius Sargent. Reprinted from 
the Bangor Hist. Mag.]. Bangor, Me.: 1887. 8vo, 8 
pages. 

SARGENTS from England, first to settle in New England 
prior to 1690. The first William Sargent, Amesbury, 
Mass. * * * Moses Sargent, Warren, Vt., and that 
of all his descendants. By Edwin Everett Sargent. St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. : 1893. i2mo, 21 pages, superseded. 

SARGENT genealogy. Hugh Sargent of Courteen Hall, 
Northamptonshire, and his descendants in England. 
By John S. Sargent of Chicago, 111. William Sargent of 
Maiden, New England, and his descendants in America. 
By Aaron Sargent of Somerville, Mass. Somerville: 
1895. 8vo, 218 pages. 

SARGENT record. William Sargent of Ipswich, New- 
bury, Hampton, Salisbury and Amesbury, New England, 
U. S., with his descendants. * * * gy EdvvJn 
Everett Sargent. St. Johnsbury, Vt. : The Caledonian 
Co., 1899. 8vo, 331 pages, index. 

Mr. William SAUNDERS and Mrs. Sarah Flagg Saun- 
ders, late of Cambridge, with their family record and 
genealogy. Printed for private distribution: 1872. 39 
pages. 

Family of John SAVAGE of Middletown, Conn., 1652. 
[Reprinted, with large additions from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register.] By James Francis Savage. 



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Boston: David Clapp & Son. printers, 1894-8. 8vo, 42 
pages, including supplement issued 1898, paged 28-1-42. 

The SAVERY family of America. By A. W. Savary, 
M. A. [Reprinted from the Xew Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register for October, 1887.] 8vo, 20 pages. 

A genealogical and biographical record of the SAVERY 
families (Savory and Savary), and of the Severy family 
(Severit, Savery, Savory and Savary), descended from 
early immigrants to New England and Philadelphia. 
* * * By A. W. Savary. Boston : The Collins Press, 
1893. 8vo, 20 + 266 pages. 

SAWIN : summary notes concerning John Sawin [of 
Watertown, Mass.. 1652], and his posterity. By 
Thomas E. Sawin. Wendell, Mass. : published by the 
author. Athol Depot, Mass. : Rufus Putnam, printer, 
1866. 8vo, 48 pages. 

Golden wedding. Fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of 
Jesse SAWYER [a descendant of Thomas of Rowley, 
Mass., 1647] and Elizabeth Goodell, Feb. 11, 1869, Bel- 
videre. 111. With notices of the family since 1639. [By 
Hon. Lorenzo Sawyer of San Francisco, Cal.] Utica, 
N. Y. : Roberts, printer, 1869. 8vo, 12 pages. 

SAWYERS in America: or a history of the immigrant 
Sawyers, who settled in New England: showing their 
connection with colonial history [mainly the descend- 
ants of Thomas of Lancaster, Mass., 1643]. * * * 
By Amory Carter. Worcester, Mass. : 1883. 8vo, 120 
pages. 

1 640- 1 889. A genealog>' of some of the descendants of 
William SAWYER of Newbury, Mass., embracing ten 
generations and one hundred and seven families. By Na- 
thaniel Sawyier of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Joseph Burbeen 



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Walker of Concord, N. H. Manchester, N. H. : printed 
by Wm. E. Moore, 1889. 8vo, 59 pages (paged 47 -f- 12) , 
index. 

Some descendants of William SAWYER of Newbury, 
Mass. By W. S. Appleton. [Reprinted with additions 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] Boston: 
press of David Clapp & Son, 1891. 8vo, 11 pages. 

A histor\' of the SAYLER family, being a collection of 
genealogical notes relative to Daniel Sayler of Frederick 
county, Md., who came to America about 1725- 1730, 
and his descendants. By James Lanning Sayler. Al- 
bany, N. Y. : Joel MunselVs Sons, publishers, 1898. 4to, 
164 pages, portraits, arms, index. 

The SAYWi\RD family. Being the history and geneal- 
ogy of Henry Sayvvard of York, Me. [1667], and his de- 
scendants, with a brief account of other Saywards. who 
settled in America. By Charles A. Sayward. Ipswich, 
Mass. : Independent Press, E. G. Hull, 1890. i2mo, 
177 pages, arms. 

Material for a genealogy of the SCAMMON family in 
Maine. [By B. N. Goodale.] Salem, Mass. : The Salem 
Press, 1892. 8vo, 21 pages, edition 100 copies. 

SCHELL, or Researches after the descendants of John 
Christian Schell and John Schell [of the Mohawk Valley, 
N. Y., 1755]. Compiled by Christian Denissen. De- 
troit, Mich. : [John F. Eby & Co., printers. 1896]. 8vo, 
94 pages, portrait. 

Memoir of Johannes SCHENK of Bushwick, N. Y. 1656- 
1748. By P. L. Schenck, M. D. Brooklyn. N. Y. : 
1876. 8vo, 83 pages. 

The Rev. William SCHENCK [born in New Jersey in 
1740, died in Ohio in 1823], his ancestry [from Roelof 



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Martense Schenck, born in Holland 1619, settled on 
Long Island, N. Y., in 1650] and his descendants. Com- 
piled by A. D. Schenck, U. S. Army. Washington, 
D. C. : Rufus H. Darby, publisher, 1883. 8vo, 163 
pages, index. 

The Blyenbeck and Afferden branch of the family -of 
SCHENCK and Nydeck. From the [work entitled] 
" Family of Schenck van Nydeggen ; " [printed at] 
Cologne: i860. By A. D. Schenck, U. S. A. Hamp- 
ton, Va. : Normal School press print, 1885. 8vo, 26 
pages, intended to take the place of pages 20 to 23 of 
the author's Schenck Genealogy, published in 1883, and 
gives the ancestry of Roelof, who came to Long Island, 
N. Y., 1650. 

Jacob and Hannah (Lawrence) SCHIEFFELIN of New 
York. By Isaac J. Greenwood, A. M. Boston : D. Clapp 
& Son, printers [reprinted from the N. E. Hist, and Gen. 
Register], 1897. 8vo, 7 pages. 

SCHUREMAN genealogy. [Descendants of Jacobus of 
Three-Mile Run, N. J., 17 19.] Prepared by Richard 
Wynkoop of Brooklyn, N. Y. Published by Melancthon 
F. Schureman of New York City: 1889. 8vo, 55 pages, 
indexes. 

SCHUYLER family. By Joel Munsell. 1874. 8vo, 11 
pages, edition of 30 copies, reprinted from the N. Y. 
Gen. and Biog. Record. 

Colonial New York. Philip SCHUYLER and his family. 
* * * By Charles W. Schuyler. In two volumes. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1885. 2 vols., 8vo, 
5094-539 pages, arms, full index. 

Antiquity of the name of SCOTT, with brief historical 
notes. A paper read before the Western Reserve His- 



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torical Society by Martin B. Scott, Cleveland, Ohio. [Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for 
April, 1896.] Boston, Mass.: D. Clapp & Son, 1869. 
8vo, 15 pages. 

Hugh SCOTT, an immigrant of 1670 [to Chester county, 
Pa.] and his descendants. By John Scott. Nevada, 
Iowa: John Manor Scott, printer [1895]. 8vo, 323 
pages, 78 portraits. 

A genealogical register of the descendants of John SCRAN- 
TON of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671. 
Compiled by Rev. Erastus Scranton, A. M., of Burling- 
ton, Conn. Hartford: press of Case, Tiffany & Co., 
1855. 8vo, 104 pages. 

Two centuries of the First Baptist Church of South Caro- 
lina [with a part of the genealogy of the families of 
SCREVEN and Hart]. Edited by Rev. H. A. Tupper. 
1889. 

Hstory of the SCRIPPS family. By James E. Sciipps. 
Detroit, Mich.: printed for private circulation, [882. 
i2mo, 28 pages, portrait of author, view. 

Genealogy, biography and history. Genealogy of the 
SEAGRAVE family from 1 725-1 881, as descended from 
John and Sarah Seagrave, who came from England. 
* * * By David Seagrave. Worcester, Mass. : 
printed by Tyler & Seagrave, 1881. 8vo, 93 pages 
(paged 55 +-38). 

SEAMAN family. [Descendants of John of Hempstead, 
L. I., 1660. New York: i860.] 4to, 6 pages. 

A record of the SEARIGHT family (also written Sea- 
wright), established in America by William Searight, 
who came * * * ^o Lancaster co.. Pa., 1740. 



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* * * By James A. Searight. Uniontown, Pa. : 
[press of M. CuUaton & Co.] 1893. 8vo, 228 pages. 

[Notices of the SEARS family. Cambridge, Mass. : 1855.] 
14 pages. 

Pictures of the olden time, as shown in the fortunes of a 
family of the Pilgrims. By Edmund H. SEARS. 
With a genealogy. Private edition. Boston: Crosby, 
Nichols & Co., 1857. 8vo, 337 and 96 pages, the latter 
consisting of a genealogy of the Sears family, super- 
seded by the later work of 1890. 

The descendants of Richard Sares (SEARS) of Yarmouth, 
Mass., 1 638- 1 888. With an appendix containing some 
notices of other families by the name of Sears. By Sam- 
uel P. May. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, pub- 
lishers, 1890. 8vo, 665 pages, portrait, full indexes. 

The SEAVER family. A genealogy of Robert Seaver of 
Roxbury, Mass., and some of his descendants. By Wil- 
liam Blake Trask. Boston : David Clapp & Son, printers, 
1872. 8vo, 52 pages. 

Calvin SELDEN of Lyme, Conn., and his children. An 
address delivered at a meeting of the Selden family at 
Fenwick Grove, Saybrook, Conn., Aug. 22, 1877. By 
Daniel C. Eaton. New Haven, Conn. : 1877. Printed, 
not published. 8vo, 15 pages. 

SEMPLE family tree. By William Alexander Semple. 
1888. Chart, 36 X 40 inches, photo-lithograph. 

Genealogical history of the family of SEMPLE, from 1214 
to 1888. Compiled and arranged by William Alexan- 
der Semple of Broad Brook, Conn. Hartford, Conn. : 
press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1888. 8vo, 
60 pages, colored arms. 



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Materials for a history of the SESSIONS family in Amer- 
ica, the descendants of Alexander Sessions of Andover, 
Mass., 1669. Gathered by Francis C. Sessions. Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1890. 8vo, 252 
pages, 10 portraits, plates, arms, etc. 

SETON of Parbroath, in Scotland and America. [The 
ancestry and descendants in one line of William Seton, 
who came to New York, 1763. By Rev. Montignor 
Seton.] New York: 1890. i2mo, 28 pages. 

The Severans [SEVERANCE and Seaverns] genealogical 
history. [Descendants of John Severans of Salisbury, 
Mass., 1638.] Compiled by Rev. John F. Severance. 
Chicago: R. R. Doiiuelley & Sons Co., 1893. 8vo 
(paged xix+- 78-1-58), 155 pages, portrait, 2 indexes. 

SEYMOUR pedigree [chart of one line of descendants 
of Richard of Hartford, 1639]. Constructed by Geo. 
R. Howell of Albany, N. Y. 1880. Broadside, I2x 17 
inches. 

Capt. John SHACKFORD [of Eastport, Me., 1783] and 
family. By Samuel Shackford of Chicago, 111. [Re- 
printed from Kilby's History of Eastport and Passama- 
quoddy. Me., 1888.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

Pedigree of William Mclntire SHAKESPEAR, Sr., of 
Dover, Del. By Edward D. Shakespear, M. D. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. : 1882. Chart. 

Records of the SHARPE family in England and America, 
from 1580 to 1870. By W. C. Sharpe. Seymour, Conn.: 
published by W. C. Sharpe, 1874. i8mo, 34 pages, 
superseded by a later edition. 

SHARPE genealogy and miscellany. By W. C. Sharpe. 
Record Print, Seymour, Conn.. 1880. 8vo, 178 pages, 
portraits, arms. 



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The Sharpes. [A monthly devoted to the records of the 
SHARP family. By W. C. Sharpe. SejTnour, Comi. : 
printed by the author, 1893-6.] 8vo, 212 pages. 

Family record; containing the settlement, and genealogy 
to tie present time, of the SHARPLES family in North 
America. * * * By Joseph Sharpless. Philadel- 
phia: Kimber & Sharpies, 1816. i2mo, 123 pages, 
superseded by the later work. 

Genealog}- of the SHARPLESS family, descended from 
John and Jane Sharpless. settlers near Chester, Pa., 1682. 
together with an account of the English ancestry of the 
family. Compiled by Gilbert Cope. Published for the 
family under the auspices of the bi-centennial committee. 
Phila. : 1887. 4to, 1333 pages, index. 

Memorials of the descendants of William SHATTUCK, 
the progenitor of the families in America that have borne 
his name ; including an introduction and an appendix con- 
taining collateral information. By Lemuel Shattuck. 
Boston : printed by Button & Wentworth for the family, 
1855. 8vo, 414 pages. 

A biographical sketch of Robert Gould SHAW (1776- 
1853)- [With a genealog}'.] Reprinted from the Xew 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston, Mass. : printed 
for the family, 1880. 8vo, 34 pages. 

The SHELDON magazine; or a genealogical list of the 
Sheldons in .\merica. with biographical and historical 
notes, and notices of other families with which they 
intermarried. By Rev. Henn.' Olcott Sheldon. Lou- 
donville. Ashland co.. Ohio: 1855-7. 8vo. 112 pages, 
issued in numbers. 

[Radial chart of the SHELDON-Holton families, being the 
descendants of Amasa Sheldon of Rockingham, \"t., 1771, 



and his wife's ancestry back to William Holton of Hart- 
ford. By D. P. Holton. New York: 1877.] Chart, 
14 X 26 inches. 

Brief memoir of the family of SHELTON of Connecticut. 
[By B. H. Dixon. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register.] Boston: 1857. 8vo, 5 pages. 

Descendants of Edward SHEPARD, Cambridge, Mass., 
1639. By James Shepard, Naman Sheppard, A. E. B. 
Shepherd. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register for July, 1878.] 8vo, 18 pages. 

A genealogical history of William SHEPARD of Fosse- 
cut, England, and some of his descendants [chiefly 
through his son, Thomas of Cambridge, Mass., 1635]. 
By George L. Shepard, Boston, Mass. Salem, Mass. : 
Observer Book and Job Print, 1886. 8vo, 63 pages, 
plate, indexes. 

Ralph SHEPARD, Puritan [who came to New England 
in 1635 and settled at Maiden, Mass., and two genera- 
tions of his descendants]. By Ralph Hamilton Shepard. 
Printed for private circulation. Dedham, Mass. : 1893. 
8vo, 50 pages, edition 50 copies. 

History of the SHEPARD family [of Vermont]. By 
Chester Brown. Montpelier, Vt. : Argus and Patriot 
Co., 1894. 8vo, 16 jages. 

A brief history of the SHEPARD family. * * * gy 
William A. Sheppard. Calcutta: 1891. 8vo, 39 pages. 

Records of the SHERMAN family, as relating to the an- 
cestors and descendants of Benjamin Sherman from 
Henry Sherman, County of Suffolk, Eng., down to the 
thirteenth generation. By David H. Sherman. 1887. 
8vo, 94 pages, privately printed. 
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Genealogy of a branch of the SHERMANS in New Eng- 
land [from Samuel of Stratford, Ct., 1634. By Nathan 
G. Sherman of Norwalk, Ohio. Minneapolis : Walter S. 
Booth & Son, printers, 1895]. Chart, 8x14 inches, 
superseded by the 1900 work below. 

Ancestry of Rev. John SHERMAN and Capt. John Sher- 
man [of Watertown, Mass., 1637. By Charles A. White. 
New Haven:] 1897. 8vo, 9 pages, folding chart, a re- 
print from the N. E. Hist, and Gen. Register for 1897. 

Genealogy of one branch of the SHERMAN family from 
Samuel Sherman of Stratford, Conn., the first American 
ancestor, in 1640, down to Jotham Sherman of Newtown, 
Conn. [1817]. * * * Compiled by Walter S. Booth 
and Mrs. Hosea B. Northrop. [Milwaukee : press of the 
Evening Wisconsin Co.] 190a i6mo, 12 pages. 

The SHERRARD family of Steubenville. By Robert 
Andrew Sherrard. Edited by Thomas Johnston Sherrard. 
Philadelphia, Pa. : 1890. 8vo, 409 pages. 

The descendants of Samuel SHERRILL of East Hampton, 
L. I., N. Y. By Charles H. Sherrill, Jr. New York 
City: 1894. 8vo, 132 pages, index. 

1680. A family souvenir. 1877. Record of proceedings 
at the first gathering of descendants of John SHIL- 
LABER at the old homestead, Peabody, Mass., Oct. 4, 
1877. Boston, Mass. : C. W. Calkins & Co., printers, 
1877. i6mo, 48 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Dr. William SHIPPEN, 
the elder, of Philadelphia, member of the Continental 
Congress. By Roberdeau Buchanan. * * * pj-j. 
vately printed. Washington : Josiah L. Pearson, printer, 
1877. 8vo, 16 pages. 

The SHOEMAKER family. By Thomas H. Shoemaker. 
Philadelphia, Pa.: 1893. 8vo, 112 pages. 



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Annals of our colonial ancestors and their descendants ; or 
our Quaker forefathers and their posterity * * * 
the SHOTWELL family in America * * * by Am- 
brose M. Shotwell "' * * Lansing, Mich. : Robert 
Smith & Co., printers, 1897. 4to, 300 pages, 23 illustra- 
tions. 

History of the SHUEY family in America, from 1732 to 
1876. [Descendants of Daniel, who came to Philadel- 
phia in 1732.] By D. B. Shuey, A. M. Lancaster, Pa. : 
published for the members of the family by the author, 
1876. i2mo, 279 pages, index of given names. 

The ancestry, life and times of Hon. Henry Hastings SIB- 
LEY, LL. D., first governor of Minnesota. By Nathan- 
iel West. D. D. Pioneer Press Pub. Co., St. Paul, Minn. : 
1889. 8vo, 596 pages. 

Genealogy of the SIGOURNEY family [descendants of 
Andrew of Boston, 1686]. By Henry H. W. Sigourney. 
Boston and Cambridge : James Munroe & Co., 1857. 8vo. 
31 pages. 

Genealogical chart of the SILL family, as continued in the 
male line, 1637 to 1855. Compiled by Henry A. Sill. 
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio: [1855]. Folio, 12 sheets. 

Genealogy of the descendants of John SILL, who settled in 
Cambridge, Mass., in 1637. [By Geo. G. Sill.] Al- 
bany: Munsell & Rowland, 1859. i2mo, 108 pages. 

Sketch of the ancestors and descendants of Thomas SILL 
and Clarissa Treadway of Middletown, Ct. [1800. 
Giving one line of direct ancestors back to John Sill of 
Cambridge, 1637. By Rev. Frederick S. Sill]. Printed 
for private circulation. Cohoes, N. Y. : E. H. Foster & 
Co., printers [1897]. 8vo, 32 pages, 4 plates. 

A genealogical account of Henry SILSBEE and his de- 
scendants. By James A. Emmerton, M. D. Reprinted 



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from the Essex Institute Historical Collections. Salem, 
Mass. : 1880. 8vo, 71 pages. 

Memorial of Daniel SIMONDS, his parents, children and 
grandchildren. Eidted and printed for the descendants 
of Daniel Simonds by E. A. Hill. Boston: 1869. 
1 7 X 22 inches, chart. 

Genealogy of the original SIMPSON family of York and 
Hancock counties, Me. [Descendants of Henry of York. 
1640.] By John S. Emery of Boston, Mass. Reprinted 
from the Bangor Historial Magazine [1891]. 8vo, 31 
pages. 

The history of the SINCLAIR family in Europe and 
America. * * * By Leonard Allison Morrison, 
A. M., of Windham, N. H. * * * Boston, Mass. : 
published by Damrell & Upham, 1896. 8vo, 453 pages, 
numerous portraits. 

The descendants of James SKIFF of London, Eng.. and 
Sandwich, Mass., who died after 1688. By Frederick 
Lockwood Pierson. * * * Amenia, N. Y. : Walsh 
& Griffen, printers, 1895. 8vo, 24 pages. 

The SKILLINGS family. [Descendants of Thomas of 
Gloucester, Mass., 1643.] By William M. Sargent. 
Republished from the Maine Hist, and Gen. Recorder. 
Portland, Me. : 1885. 8vo, 22 pages. 

SKILLINGS reunion, held at Cushings Island, Portland, 
Maine, August 25th, 1894. Oblong i2mo, 4 pages, re- 
lates to descendants of Simeon of Bangs Island, Me., 
1811. 

Memorial of John SLAFTER, with a genealogical account 
of his descendants, including eight generations. By the 
Rev. Edmund F. Slafter, A. M. Privately printed for 



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the family. Boston : press of Henry W. Button & Son, 
1869. 8vo, 10 and 155 pages. 

Genealogical and biographical sketch of the SLAYTON 
family [descendants of Thos. Slayton, who came to 
Mass! about 1690. By H. K. Slayton. Manchester, 
N. H. :] 1879. 24mo, 12 pages. 

History of the SLAYTON family. Biographical and gen- 
ealogical. [Descendants of Thomas of Mass., about 
1690.] Compiled by Asa W. Slayton. Grand Rapids, 
Mich.: Dean Printing Co., 1898. 8vo, 322 pages, 67 
illustrations, edition 400 copies. 

A preliminary to the SLOCUM genealogy. * * * gy 
Charles E. Slocum, M. D., Ph.^ D. Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Oct., 1880. 8vo, 
7 pages. 

A short history of the SLOCUM S, Slocumbs and Slo- 
combs of America, genealogical and biographical ; em- 
bracing eleven generations of the first-named family, 
from 1637 to 1881. By Charles Elihu Slocum, M. D., 
Ph. D. Syracuse, N. Y. : published by the author, 1882. 
8vo, 644 pages, portraits, indexes. 

SLOSSON genealogy. [Descendants of Nathaniel of 
Norwalk, Conn., 1720.] By D. Williams Patterson. 
Reprinted from the N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record. Nor- 
walk, Conn.: 1872. 8vo, 20 pages. 

SMALL genealogy. By Lauriston W. Small. Portland: 
1893- 59 pages. 

Family register of the descendants of Nathaniel SMITH, 
Jr., to which is prefixed some notices of his ancestors. 
[By Harvey D. Smith of Gouverneur, N. Y.] D. Ben- 
nett, Utica: 1849. i2mo, 44 pages, edition 40 copies. 



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Genealogy of the family of William SMITH of Peterbor- 
ough, N. H. [By L. W. Leonard and S. A. Smith.] 
Keene: printed by Horatio Kimball, 1852. 8vo, 24 
pages. 

Family records and recollections. Melania (Boughton) 
SMITH. [Descendants of Gilbert Smith of Stonington, 
Conn., 1 75 1. By E. Delafield Smith.] New York: 
John W. Ackerman, printer, 1870. 8vo, 53 pages. 

A genealogical record of the family of Nathan SMITH of 
Connecticut. By George C. Smith. Cambridge, 111. : 
1 87 1. 4to, 7 pages. 

The Burlington [New Jersey] SMITHS. A family his- 
tory. By R. Morris Smith. Philadelphia: 1877. 8vo, 
296 pages. 

A genealogical sketch of the families of Rev. Worthing- 
ton SMITH, D. D., and Mrs. Mary Ann (Little) Smith 
of St. Albans, Vt. Compiled by Edward Worthington 
Smith. Chicago: Bulletin Printing Co., 1878. 8vo, 
16 pages, 2 folding pedigrees, prepared for family use. 

Genealogy of William SMITH of Wrightstown, Bucks 
CO., Pa., 1684. By Josiah B. Smith of Newtown, Pa. 
1883. Collins Printing House, Phila., Pa. 8vo, 113 
pages. 

Genealogy of Robert SMITH of Buckingham, Bucks co.. 
Pa., 1719. By Josiah B. Smith of Newtown, Pa 
Newtown, Pa.: 1885. 8vo, 52 pages. 

Genealogical records of Wellington SMITH and family 
[Descendants in one line of Ralph Smith, who came to 
Hingham, Mass., 1633.] Collected and arranged by 
Wellington Smith. 1889. 4to, 28 pages, portrait. 

A genealogical history of the descendants of the Rev, 
Nehemiah SMITH of New London co.. Conn., with 



mention of his brother, John, and nephew, Edward, 
1 638- 1 888. By H. Allen Smith of Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1889. 
8vo, 318 pages, portraits and plates, indexes. 

A complete genealogy of the descendants of Matthew 
SMITH of East Haddam, Conn., with mention of his 
ancestors, 1637- 1890. By Mrs. Sophia (Smith) Martin. 
Rutland, Vt. : The Tuttle Co., printers, 1890. 8vo, 269 
pages. 

A memorial of Rev. Thomas SMITH (second minister of 
Pembroke, Mass. [1754, grandson of Rev. John of Barn- 
stable, Mass., 1640], and his descendants. * * * Com- 
piled by Susan Augusta Smith. Plymouth, Mass. : 
Avery & Doten, printers, 1895. 8vo, 146 pages, indexed, 
13 plates. 

Wills of the SMITH family of New York and Long Island, 
1 664- 1 794. With genealogical and historical notes. By 
William S. Pelletreau, A. M. New York: Francis P. 
Harper, publisher, 1898. 8vo, 151 pages. 

Minutes of the centenial celebration held by the descend- 
ants of the elder Matthias SMYSER, May 3, 1845, on 
the farm of Samuel Smyser in West Manchester town- 
ship, York CO., Pa. Carlisle, Pa.: 1852. i6mo, 28 
pages. 

Genealogical memoranda. SNIVELY, A. D. 1659 to 
A. D. 1882. [Descendants of Johann Jacob Schnebele, 
born in Switzerland in 1659, came to Lancaster co., Pa., 
in 1 7 14.] Compiled and arranged by (Rev.) William 
Andrew Snively (S. T. D.). Brooklyn, N. Y. : printed 
for private circulation, 1883. 8vo, yy pages. 

The SNOW genealogy. [Three generations of descendants 
of Nicholas Snow of Eastham, Mass., 1645. Reprinted 



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with additions from the New England Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1899. 8vo, 18 pages. 

The SOULE family of North Yarmouth and Freeport, 
Me. [Descendants of George Soule of the Mayflower.] 
By Dr. Charles E. Banks and Enos Chandler Soule. 
[Reprinted from Old Times.] Yarmouth, Me.: Old 
Times Ofifice, 1882. 8vo, 31 pages. 

Memoranda relating ^to Nathaniel SOUTHER, the first 
secretary of the Plymouth Colony, and the descendants 
of Joseph Souther of Boston, 1657. By George How- 
ard Souther. Springfield, 111. : H. W. Rokker, printer, 
1886. 8vo, 41 pages, edition 28 copies. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Laurence and Cassandra 
SOUTHWICK of Salem, Mass. By James M. Caller 
and Mrs. M. A. Ober. Salem, Mass. : J. H. Choate & 
Co., printers, 1881. i2mo, 609 pages, portraits. 

Descendants of Constant SOUTHWORTH, 1614-1685. 
Collected by George C. S. -Southworth. Salem, Ohio: 
press of Harris & Co., 1892. i2mo, 11 pages. 

Descendants of Constant SOUTHWORTH [of Duxbury, 
Mass.]. Second edition. By George C. S. Southworth. 
Salem, Ohio : press of Harris & Co., 1897. 8vo, 32 pages. 

Christopher SOWER (of Germantown, Philadelphia) and 
descendants. By Charles G. Sower. Philadelphia: 1888. 
Chart, edition 250 pages. 

SPALDING memorial; a genealogical history of Edward 
Spalding of Massachusetts Bay and his descendants. 
By Samuel J. Spalding, Newburyport, Mass. Boston: 
A. Mudge & Son, printers, 1872. 8vo, 619 pages. 

SPALDING memorial and personal reminiscences. By 
Phineas Spalding, M. D., and life and selected poems of 



3^9 

Caroline A. Spalding. Published for private distribu- 
tion. 1887. 8vo, 323 pages. 

The SPALDING memorial. A genealogical history of 
Edward Spalding of Virginia and Massachusetts Bay 
and his descendants. By Charles Warren Spalding, A. 
M. Revised and enlarged from the original publication 
by Rev. S. J. Spalding. Chicago : Am. Publishers' Asso- 
ciation, 1897. 8vo, 1276 pages, 15 portraits, index. 

Genealogy of Christian E. SPANGLER of Philadelphia, 
from 1737 to 1883. Phila. : 1883. 8vo, 13 pages, super- 
seded by the later work. 

The annals of the families of Caspar, Henry. Baltzer and 
George Spengler [now generally spelled SPANGLER], 
who settled in York co. [Pa.], respectively in 1729, 1732, 
1732 and 1751 ; with biographical and historical sketches 
and memorabilia of contemporaneous local events. By 
Edward W. Spangler. York, Pa. : [York Daily Publish- 
ing Co.] 1896. 8vo, 605 pages, illustrated. 

Descendants of Samuel SPARE [of Boston., 1729]. 
Compiled by John Spare, A. M., M. D. New Bedford, 
Mass. : Paul Rowland, Jr., printer, 1884. 8vo, 67 pages, 
plates. 

SPARH A WK genealogy. 1892. 8vo, 113 pages. 

Records and memorials of the SPEED family [descend- 
ants of James Speed, who settled in Mecklenburg co., 
Va., 1679]. Collected by Thomas Speed. * * * 
Louisville, Ky. : Courier- Journal Printing Co., 1892. 
8vo, 206 pages, 16 plates. 

Judge John SPEED and his family [descendants of James 
Speed, who settled in Mecklenburg co., Va., 1679]. By 
the Rev. John H. Heywood. Louisville, Ky. : John P. 
Morton & Co., 1894. 8vo, 35 pages. 



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SPENCER family history and genealogy. [By R. C 
Spencer. Milwaukee, Wis.: 1889.] Oblong 8vo, 26 
pages, 4 portraits, 2 views, arms. 

Notes on the descendants of James SPENCER (Junior) 
of Spencer Hall, Talbot co., Md. 1892. 8vo, 26 pages. 

The Thomas SPENCER family of Hartford, Conn., in the 
line of Samuel Spencer of Cromwell, Conn. 1744- 181 8. 
Compiled by Frank Farnsworth Starr for James J. Good- 
win. Hartford, Conn. : [Printed by John Wilson & Son, 
Cambridge, Mass.] 1896. 8vo, 44 pages and folding 
chart, indexed, edition 50 copies, privately printed. 

Garrard-SPENCER chart. The noble house of Spencer- 
Garrard of London, England, and the Garrard Spencers 
of Cambridge, Mass., compared, with additions, by Albert 
Ross Parsons. New York: 1898. Chart. 

The Maine SPENCERS. [Descendants of Thomas oi 
Piscataqua, Me., 1630.] A history and genealogy, with 
mention of many associated families. By W. D. Spencer. 
Concord, N. H. : The Rumford Press, 1898. i2mo, 
247 pages, edition 100 copies, 27 illustrations. 

A family record of the descendants of John SPOFFORD 
and Elizabeth, his wife, who came from England to 
America, and settled at Rowley, in 1638. By Jeremiah 
Spofford, M. D. Haverhill : E. G. Frothingham, printer, 
1 85 1. 8vo, 64 pages, reprinted with additions in the 
Register for 1854 and 1855. 

A family record of the descendants of John SPOFFORD, 
who emigrated from England and settled at Rowley, 
Mass., in 1638. By Jeremiah Spofford, M. D. Haver- 
hill : printed at Gazette office, 1870. i2mo, 128 pages, 
index of given names. 



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SPOFFORD. [Ancestry of Paul, born in Rowley, Mass., 
1792, back to 1064. By Paul N. Spofford of New York. 
1886.] 8vo, 10 pages, arms. 

A genealogical record, including two generations in female 
lines, of families spelling their names SPOFFORD, 
Spafford, Spafard and Spaford, descendants of John 
Spofford and Elizabeth Scott, who emigrated in 1638 
from Yorkshire, Eng., and settled at Rowley, Mass. By 
Dr. Jeremiah Spofford of Groveland, Mass. Memorial 
edition by his daughter, Aphia T. Spofford. Boston: 
A. Mudge & Son, 1888. 8vo, 502 pages, indexes, 19 
portraits. 

Memorial of William SPOONER, 1637, and of his de- 
scendants to the third generation ; of his great-grandson, 
Elnathan Spooner, and of his descendants, to 187 1. By 
Thomas Spooner. [Private edition.] Cincinnati: 
Robert Clarke & Co., 1871. 8vo, 242 pages. 

Records of William SPOONER of Plymouth, Mass., and 
his descendants. Vol. I. By Thomas Spooner. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio: 1883. 8vo, 694 pages, indexes. 

Genealogy of the SPOTSWOOD family in Scotland and 
Virginia. By Charles Campbell. Albany : Joel Mun- 
sell, 1868. 8vo, 44 pages. 

The geanealogy of the SPRAGUES in Hingham, arranged 
in chronological order, to the fourth generation, count- 
ing from William Sprague, one of the first planters in 
Massachusetts, who arrived at Naumkeag from Eng- 
land in the year 1628. To which is prefixed a short ac- 
count of the first settlement of this country before the 
arrival of the old charter in 1630. [Also " additions to 
the first edition: Ralph Sprague in Charlestown, 1682, 
and his four sons. * * * j Hingham : published by 
Hosea Sprague, 1828. i2mo, 68 pages, including ap- 
pendix added later. 



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Memorial of the SPRAGUE family: a poem recited at a 
meeting in Duxbury of the descendants and connections 
of Hon. Seth Sprague, on the occasion of his eighty-sixth 
birthday, July 4th, 1846. With the family genealogy, 
and biographical sketches in notes. Boston : James Mun- 
roe & Co., 1847. i2mo, 191 pages. 

History of the SPRAGUE families of Rhode Island, cot- 
ton manufacturers and calico printers, from William I to 
William IV. With an account of the murder of the 
late Amasa Sprague, father of Hon. William Sprague. 
ex-U. S. senator from Rhode Island. By Benjamin 
Knight, Sr. Santa Cruz: H. Cofifin, printer, 1881. 74 
pages. 

SPRAGUE family items. By Dwight H. Kelton, LL. D. 
Montpelier, Vt. : 1894. 8vo, 6 pages, edition 100 copies. 

A genealogical table and history of the SPRINGER family 
in Europe and North America for eight centuries from 
the earliest German princes, origin of the name, etc. By 
M. C. Springer. Philadelphia, Pa. : press of Dickson 
& Silling. [188 1.] 8vo. 144 pages, 6 plates, 2 folding 
charts. 

History and genealogy of the STACKPOLE family. By 
Everett S. Stackpole. [1899.] 8vo, 252 pages, indexes, 
20 portraits. 

A contribution to the genealogy of the STAFFORD fam- 
ily in America ; containing an account of Col. Joab Staf- 
ford [of Warwick, Conn., 1729, grandson of Thomas the 
emigrant], and a complete record of his descendants in 
the male line. By Henry Marvin Benedict. [Reprinted 
from Munsell's Collections of Albany. Vol. II.] Albany, 
N. Y. : Joel Munsell, 1870. 8vo, 27 pages. 

The STANDISHES of America. By Myles Standish,. 
A. M., M. D. Boston, Mass. : privately printed for the 



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author by Samuel Usher, 1895. 8vo, 149 pages; a sec- 
ond edition of 150 copies was printed the same year, 
containing 143 pages. 

Register of the descendants of the revolutionary soldier, 
Abner STANFORD [of Chesterfield, N. H.]. By Ar- 
thur Willis Stanford. [Matsuyama, Japan: 1898.] 
i2mo, 45 pages-, edition 150 copies. 

The STANLEY families of America, as descended from 
John, Timothy and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, Conn., 
1636. Compiled by Israel P. Warren. D. D. Portland, 
Me. : printed by B. Thurston & Co., 1887. 8vo, 352 
pages, 22 portraits, full indexes. 

A record * * * of Thomas STANTON of Connecti- 
cut and his descendants, 163 5-1 891. By William A. 
Stanton, Ph. D., D. D. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's 
Sons, publishers, 1891. 8vo, 613 pages. 

A history of the STANWOOD family in America. [De- 
scendants of Philip of Gloucester, Mass., 1654.] By 
Ethel Stanwood Bolton. Boston, Mass. : Rockwell & 
Churchill Press, 1899. 8vo, 317 pages, indexed, 11 illus- 
trations. 

Proceedings at the dedication of a monument to Sergeant 
Abraham STAPLES of Mendon, Mass., Oct. 31, 1877. 
[With an account of his ancestors and descendants, and 
an historical address by the Rev. Carlton A. Staples.] 
Providence: S. S. Rider, 1880. 8vo, 55 pages. 

The STARIN family in America. Descendants of Nicho- 
las Ster ( Starin), one of the early settlers of Fort Orange 
(Albany, N.Y.). By William L. Stone. Albany, N. Y. : 
Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1892. 4to, 233 pages, 
plates. 



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The STARKEYS of New England and the descendants of 
George Lawrence. By Miss Emily Wilder Leavitt. 
Boston, Mass. : [reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register] 1892. 8vo, 10 pages. 

A history of the STARR family of New England, from the 
ancestor. Dr. Comfort Starr of Ashford, Eng., who emi- 
grated to Boston, Mass., in 1635 ; containing the names 
of 6,766 of his descendants. * * * By Burgis Pratt 
Starr. Hartford, Conn. : The Case, Lockwood & Brain- 
ard Co., 1879. ^vo, 577 pages, portraits, views, index. 

A genealogical record of the START family in America 
[descendants of Wm. Start of Ipswich, Mass.]. By Wil- 
liam A. Start, A. M. Boston, Mass. : Wallace Spooner, 
printer, 1894. 8vo, 30 pages. 

A genealogical record of the descendants of Henry STAUF- 
FER [of Bedminster, Pa., about 1750] and other Stauf- 
fer and Stover pioneers * * * i^y -^^^ ^ j p^etz, 
with an introduction by Albert Stover. Harleysville, 
Pa. : press of the Harleysville News, 1899. 8vo, 371 
pages, portraits and plates. 

A family memorial, containing the history and genealogical 
records of branches of the STEARNS, Chapin, Rey- 
nolds, Parsons and Pease families, originating in New 
England. Collected and compiled by George Chapin 
Stearns. 1891. 8vo, 68 pages. 

The STEARNS family record [of Watertown, Mass.]. 
By John P. Stearns. Santa Barbara, Cal. : 1894. 8vo, 7 
pages. 

A genealogy of the family of Mr. Samuel STEBBINS and 
Mrs. Hannah Stebbins, his wife, from the year 1707 to 
the year 1771, with their names, time of their births, 
marriages and deaths of those that are deceased. [By 



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Luke Stebbins.] Hartford: printed by Ebenezer Wat- 
son, for the use of the descendants now Hving, 1771. 
8vo, 24 pages. 

A genealogy of the family of Mr. Samuel STEBBINS and 
Mrs. Hannah Stebbins, his wife, from the year 1707 to 
the year 1771. * * * [By Luke Stebbins.] Hart- 
ford, Conn. : printed by Ebenezer Watson for the use of 
the descendants now living, 1771. [Reprinted with ad- 
ditions, 1879.] Sq. 8vo, 31 pages, edition 100 copies, 
folding pedigree, index. 

An inquiry as to the heirs at law of Maria STEBBINS, who 
died intestate in New York, April 8, 1875. * * ^'• 
Compiled by A. S. Wheeler, Brooklyn, N. Y. E. Eck^ 
ler, printer, New York: 1880. 8vo, 20 pages. 

Genealogical notes of the descendants of Eber STEBBINS 
of Wilbraham, Mass., 1773- 1826, and his wife, Elizabeth 
Bliss, 1 78 1- 1 83 1, also of other families connected by 
marriage. Compiled by Solomon Bliss Stebbins. Bos- 
ton: printed by Nathan Sawyer & Son, 1886. 4to, 16 
pages. 

STEELE family. A genealogical history of John and 
George Steele (settlers of Hartford, Conn.), 1635-36, 
and their descendants. With an appendix, containing 
genealogical information concerning other families of 
the name, who settled in different parts of the United 
States. By Daniel Steele Durrie. Albany, N. Y. : 
Munsell & Rowland, 1859. 8vo, 154 pages, edition 300 
copies; in 1862 some copies were bound up with a new 
title and 7 pages of appendix, making 161 in all. 

The descendants of George STEELE of Barthomley, 
Cheshire, England, and Chester county, Penn. Com- 
piled by Frederick D. Stone, Jr., for private distribu- 
tion. Phila. : 1896. 8vo, 40 pages, 3 charts, 3 plates, 
edition 60 copies. 



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STEINER memoir. Sketch of the Steiner family, 131 1- 
1878. Cincinnati, Ohio: press of R. Clarke & Co., 1880. 
i2mo, 21 pages. 

The genealogy of the STEINER family, especially the 
descendants of Jacob Steiner [of Frederick co., Md., be- 
fore 1736]. By Lewis H. Steiner, M. D., and Bernard 
C. Steiner, Ph. D. Baltimore, Md. : press of the Fried- 
enwald Co., 1896. 8vo, 103 pages. 

The American genealogical record. * * * The 
STEPHENS family, with collateral branches [being the 
descendants of Peter Stephens of Virginia, 1732]. By 
E. S. Clark. San Francisco, Cal. : Jos. Winterburn Co., 
1892. 8vo, 185 pages, 24 portraits. 

A genealogical and biographical sketch of the name and 
family of STETSON [descendants of Robert Stetson of 
Scituate. Mass.. 1634]. * * * By John Stetson 
Barry. Boston: printed by W. A. Hall & Co., 1847. 
i2mo, 116 pages. 

A history or genealogy of my father, received from my 
mother in 1838, at Lockport, N. Y. [Descendants of 
Otho STEVENS of Hempstead, N. H., 1715.] Pre- 
pared by the late Albert G. Stevens. New York: 1891. 
i2mo, 12 pages and folded chart. 

History and genealogy of the STEWART, Elliott and 
Dunwody families [of Georgia and the Carolinas]. By 
Joseph Gaston Bulloch, M. D. Savannah, Ga. : Robin- 
son Printing House, 1895. 8vo, 23 pages. 

The STICKNEY family : a genealogical memoir of the 
descendants of William and Elizabeth Stickney, from 
1637 to 1869. By Matthew Adams Stickney. * * * 
Salem, Mass. : printed for the author, Essex Institute 
Press, 1869. 8vo, 526 pages. 



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Longevity and personal memoirs in the STICKNEY fam- 
ily of Massachusetts and New England. [By William 
H. Stickney. 1886.] 8vo, 5 pages. 

Contributions toward a genealogy of the (Massachusetts) 
family of STILES. By H. R. Stiles, M. D. Albany: 
J. Munsell, 1863. 8vo, 48 pages, superseded by the later 
work. 

The STILES family in America. Genealogies of the Mas- 
sachusetts family, descendants of Robert Stiles of Row- 
ley, Mass., 1659-1891, and the Dover, N. H., family, de- 
scendants of William Stiles of Dover, N. H., 1 702-1 891. 
By Mrs. Mary Stiles (Paul) Guild. With a prefatory 
chapter on the origin of the family and name, and an 
appendix on the family in England, by Henry R. Stiles, 
A. M., M. D. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, pub- 
lishers, 1892. 8vo, 683 pages, portraits; an index of 35 
pages was printed by the author at Lynn, Mass., to ac- 
company this. 

The STILES family in America. Genealogies of the Con- 
necticut family, descendants of John Stiles of Windsor, 
Conn. ; Francis Stiles of Windsor, New Jersey families, 
Southern families, some New York and Pennsylvania 
families, and the English families. By Henry Reed 
Stiles. * * * Jersey City : Doan & Pilson, print- 
ers, 1895. 8vo, 782 pages, plates. 

A history of the Kentucky and Missouri STILES, with a 
sketch of the New Jersey and other kindred. By La Fay- 
ette Stiles Pence. Lebanon, Ky. : W. T. Hawkins, 
printer, 1896. 8vo, 46 pages, 18 portraits. 

Early memoirs of the STILLWELL family, comprising 
the life and times of Nicholas Stillwell, the common an- 
cestor of the numerous families bearing that surname. 
By Benjamin Marshall Stillwell. New York: 1878. 
8vo, 289 pages. 



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Notes on the descendants of Nicholas STILLWELL [of 
Staten Island, N. Y., died 1671], the ancestor of the 
Stillwell family in America. By William H. Stillwell. 
New York: E. W. Nash, publisher, 1883. 8vo, 62 pages, 
portrait of the author. 

[Descendants of John ST. JOHN of Dutchess co., N. Y., 
and Hamilton co., Ohio, 1788- 1798. By James St. 
John. Hutchinson, Kan. : 1887.] 24mo, 31 pages. 

Genealogy of Matthias [ST. JOHN] Sention. Published 
by Eron St. John and Marshall B. St. John. Rockford, 
111. : 1890. 4to, 4 pages. 

Will of Samuel ST. JOHN of New Haven. 8vo, cloth, 
has full list of heirs. 

STOCKETT family record [in Maryland, 1658]. Copy- 
righted and published by W. F. Boogher. [Printed by 
Burguin, Philadelphia: 1884.] Chart 18x28 inches, 
edition 50 copies. 

A history of the STOCKTON family. [Descendants of 
Richard Stockton.] By J. W. Stockton. Philadelphia: 
1 88 1. 8vo, 70 pages. 

The STOCKTON family in England and the United 
States. Reprinted from the " Ancestry of the Children 
of James William White, M. D." By William Francis 
Cregar. Philadelphia: 1888. 39 pages. 

A genealogy of the family of Anthony STODDARD of 
Boston. [By Chas. and E. W. Stoddard.] Boston: 
printed by Coolidge & Wiley, 1849. 8vo, 23 pages. 

Anthony STODDARD of Boston, Mass., and his descend- 
ants. A genealogy. Originally compiled by Charles 
Stoddard and Elijah W. Stoddard, and republished in 



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1865. Revised and enlarged by Elijah W. Stoddard, 
and republished in 1865. New York: press of J. M. 
Bradstreet & Son, 1865. 8vo, 95 pages. 

Ralph STODDARD of New London and Groton, Conn., 
and his descendants. A genealogy. Compiled by Rev. 
E. W. Stoddard. New York : printed by Poole & Mac- 
lauchlan, 1872. 8vo, 36 pages. 

John STODDARD of Wethersfield, Conn., and his de- 
scendants, 1 642- 1 872. A genealogy. By D. Williams 
Patterson. Author's edition. Printed for private cir- 
culation : 1873. 8vo, 96 pages. 

Some of the ancestors of Rodman STODDARD of Wood- 
bury, Conn., and Detroit, Mich. A compilation by Ed- 
ward Deacon. Bridgeport, Conn. : press of Stiles & 
Tucker, 1893. 8 vo, 86 pages. 

Some memories of James STOKES and Caroline Phelps 
Stokes. [With a genealogical appendix. Compiled by 
Anna B. Warner.] 1892. i2mo, 579 pages, edition 100 
copies. 

Genealogy of the STONE family, originating in Rhode 
Island [from Hugh Stone of Warwick, R. I., 1665]. 
By Richard C. Stone. Providence : Knowles, Anthony 
& Co., printers, 1866. 8vo, 193 pages. 

The race of STONE, a poem read- at the wedding recep- 
tion of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Stone at Strongsville, Ohio, 
Sept. 10, 1869, by Rev. Geo. M. Stone. Winona, Minn.: 
Republican Print, 1869. 8vo, 12 pages. 

Descendants of Daniel STONE of Dorchester, Mass. 
By Waterman Stone of Providence, R. I. Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Oct.. 
1882. 8vo, 4 pages. 



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The family of John STONE, one of the first settlers of 
Guilford, Conn. [1639]. By William L. Stone, 2d. 
Albany: published by Joel Munsell's Sons, 1888. 8vo, 
8+- 184 pages, arms, portrait, plate. 3 indexes. 

Souvenir of a part of the descendants of Gregory and 
Lydia Cooper STONE [of Cambridge. Mass.]. 1634- 
1892. By Mrs. John Livingston Stone. [Marl- 
borough, Mass. : 1892.] i2mo, 78 pages. 

The English ancestry of Simon and Gregory STONE [of 
Watertown and Cambridge. Mass., 1636]. By William 
E. Stone. Boston. Mass. : David Clapp & Son. printers, 
1897. 8vo, 12 pages. 

Simon and Joan (Clarke) STONE of Watertown, Mass., 
and three generations of their descendants. By David H. 
Brown. Stone Family Association. Boston, Mass. : 
1899. 8vo, 8 pages. 

The STORRS family. [Descendants of Samuel Storrs 
of Mansfield. Conn.] Genealogical and other memor- 
anda, collected and compiled by Charles Storrs. 1886. 
Royal 8vo, 580 pages, edition 500 copies. 

Descendants of Richard STOUT and Penelope Van Princis. 
By Nathan Stout, 1823, and extended by Mrs. Sarah 
Weart and others, 1878. i6mo. 

Genealogies of the STRANAHAN. Josselyn. Fitch and 
Dow families in North America. [By H. R. Stiles.] 
Privately printed. Brooklyn, N. Y. : 1868. 8vo, 126 
pages. 

Rev. Nicholas STREET and his descendants. By Henry 
A. Street of New Haven, Conn. [Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for April, 1890.] 
8vo, 3 pages. 



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STREET genealogy, by Chas. Street. Huntington, N. Y. : 
1890. 8vo, 5 pages. 

The STREET genealogy. Compilation begun by Henry 
A. Street of New Haven. Completed, edited and pub- 
lished by Mrs. Mary A. Street, corresponding secretary 
of the Street association. Exeter, N. H. : printed by 
John Templeton, 1895. 8vo, 542 pages. 

Some account of the early STREETERS of Massachu- 
setts. By Edward D. Harris. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for April, 1882. 8vo, 4 
pages. 

A genealogical history of the descendants of Stephen and 
Ursula STREETER of Gloucester, Masj., 1642, and 
afterwards of Charlestown, Mass., 1 644-1652, with an 
account of the Streeters of Goudherst, Kent, England 
By Milford B. Streeter. Salem, Mass. : Eben Putnam, 
publisher, 1896. 8vo, 37 + 323 pages. 

Genealogy. STROWBRIDGE, Morrison or Morison, 
Strawbridge. [Descendants of Wm. Strobridge of Mid- 
dleborough, Mass., 1722; Wm. Morrison, son of Robt. 
of North Bridgewater, Mass., 1740, and the Strawbridges 
of Md. and Pa.] By Mary Stiles (Paul) Guild. Lowell, 
Mass. : Vox Populi Press, 1891. 8vo, 329 pages (paged 
30+299), 30 illustrations, edition 500 copies. 

The history of the descendants of Elder John STRONG 
of Northampton, Mass. By Benjamin W. Dwight. 
Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, 1871. 8vo, 1648 pages. 

William STROTHER of Virginia [1673] ^"d his descend- 
ants. By Thomas McAdory Owen. From Publications 
of the Southern History Association, April, 1898. Har- 
risburg. Pa. : Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1898. 8vo, 23 pages 
( paged 28 to 5 1 ) . 



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Genealogical record of the STRYCKER family. Com- 
piled by William S. Stryker of Trenton, N. J. Printed 
for private distribution. Camden, N. J. : Sinnickson 
Chew, printer, 1887. 8vo, 112 pages, edition 300 copies. 

Genealogical history of the Duncan STUART family [of 
Essex CO., Mass.] in America. One branch and its 
connections, together with a tracing of the ancestry and 
origin of the various branches. By Joseph A. Stuart. 
1894. 1 2mo, 1 80 pages. 

Memoranda of the descendants of Christopher STUART, 
of Montgomery co.. Pa., and Elizabeth Bull, his wife, to 
January ist, 1894. Philadelphia: 1894. 8vo, 8 pages. 

A few stray leaves from the genealogies of the STURGES 
and Colman families [of Maine]. Compiled by Alonzo 
W. Sturges. Lewiston, Me.: 1898. 8vo, 16 pages. 

From 1530 to 1900. Complete lineage of the STURGES 
families of Maine. * * * ^vith other Sturges gene- 
alogy. Published by Alonzo Walton Sturges. Lewis- 
ton, Me. : 1900. 8vo, 40 pages, 2 portraits. 

The SULLIVAN family of Sullivan, Me. [Descendants 
of John of Berwick, in line of his son Daniel of Sul- 
livan, Me.] With some account of the town. By John 
S. Emery of Boston, Mass. [Reprinted from the Ban- 
gor, Me., Historical Magazine, 1891.] 8vo, 22 pages. 

Materials for a history of the family of John SULLIVAN 
of Berwick, New England, and of the O'Sullivans of 
Ardea, Ireland. Chiefly collected by the late Thomas 
Coffin Amory. With a pedigree of O'Sullivan Beare, 
by Sir J. Bernard Burke. [Compiled by Miss G. E. 
Meredith.] Printed for private distribution. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. : John Wilson & Son, University Press, 
1893. 8vo, 170 pages. 



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Memoir of Increase SUMNER, governor of Massachu- 
setts. By his son, Wilham H. Sumner. Together with 
a genealogy of the Sumner family. [By W. B. Trask.] 
Boston: Samuel G. Drake, publisher, 1854. 8vo, 70 
pages. 

Records of the descendants of William SUMNER of Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1636. By William Sumner Appleton. 
Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1879. 8vo, 204 
pages, portraits, index, 24 pages of additions have been 
printed at various times from 1881 to 1897, three pages 
at a time. 

A record of the ancestors and the descendants of Betsy Mul- 
ford SUTLIFF [of Cherry Valley, N. Y., 1815]. Com- 
piled by her granddaughter Mary Louisa Sutliff. Al- 
bany, N. Y. : Brandow Printing Co., 1897. 8vo, 50 
pages, 17 portraits, index, edition 150 copies. 

[Tabular pedigree of ancestors of the family of Wm. C. 
SWAIN of Milwaukee, 1895. Milwaukee: 1895.] 
Broadside, 11 x 17 inches, superseded by the Swain gene- 
alogy. 

SWAIN and allied families, * * * [descendants of 
Jeremiah Swain of Charlestown, Mass., 1638]. Com- 
piled by William C. Swain. Milwaukee, Wis. : press of 
Swain & Tate Co., 1896. 8vo, 137 pages, portrait, arms, 
index, edition 100 copies. 

Family historical register [descendants of Gerret van 
SWEARINGEN of New Castle, Del., 1657], compiled 
by a member of the family [H. H. Swearingen]. Wash- 
ington, D. C. : C. W. Brown, printer, 1884. 8vo, 117 
pages. 

Family register of Gerret van SWE[A]RINGEN [of 
New Castle, Del., 1657] and descendants. Compiled 



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by a member of the family [H. H. Swearingen]. Sec- 
ond edition. Washington : printed for the compiler, 1894. 
i2mo, 80 pages. 

Silas SWEET of New Bedford, Mass., and Bradford, Vt. 
[1800], and his descendants. By Charles Sweet John- 
son, LL. B. Private edition. Washington, D. C. : 
[press of W. F. Roberts] 1898. 8vo, 21 pages, indexed. 

The descendants of Aaron and Patience SWEETLAND 
of Hebron, Conn. [1700. By Lucy W. S. Jerome. Den- 
ver, Col. : 1890]. i6mo, 30 pages. 

A narrative of the captivity of Luke S WETLAND in 1778 
and 1779 among the Seneca Indians. Written by him- 
self. [With genealogical notes on the S wetland family.] 
Waterville, N. Y. : James J. Guernsey, printer, 1875. 
i2mo, 42 pages. 

Mementoes of the SWETT family. [Descendants of John 
Swett of New Hampshire.] By John Wingate Thorn- 
ton. In memoriam. Roxbury: December, 1851. Pri- 
vately printed, one hundred copies. 8vo, 26 pages, re- 
printed in the Register, 1852. 

The memoirs of Gen. Joseph Gardner SWIFT, LL. D.. 
U. S. A. * * * 1800 to 1865. To which is added 
a genealogy of the family of Thomas Swift of Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1634. By Harrison Ellery. * * * 
Privately printed. 1890. 4to, 370 pages, 3 portraits, 
arms, and view, 2 indexes. 

SWOPE genealogy. By G. E. Swope. Newville, Pa. : 
1896. 8vo, 400 pages, 55 illustrations'. 

The SYMMES memorial. A biographical sketch of Rev. 
Zechariah Symmes, minister of Charlestown, 1634-71, 
with a genealogy and brief memoirs of some of his de- 



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scendants. Also embracing notices of many of the name, 
both in Europe and America, not connected with his 
family, and an autobiography. By John Adams Vinton. 

* * * Boston: printed by David Clapp & Son, 1873. 
8vo, 184 pages. 

The TAFT family gathering. Proceedings at the meeting 
of the Taft family, at Uxbridge, Mass., August 12, 1874. 
Uxbridge: Spencer Brothers, Compendium office, 1874. 
103 pages. 

A meeting of the descendants of Ebenezer and Mary [How- 
ard] TAFT, at the Chestnut Hill meeting-house,' in 
Blackstone, Mass., Aug. 11, 1891, with the address of 
Rev. Carlton A. Staples, and other proceedings of that 
occasion. Boston, Mass. : George H. Ellis, printer, 1891. 
8vo, 28 pages. 

The genealogy and history of the TAINTOR family [de- 
scendants of Charles Taintor of Fairfield, Conn., 1643]. 

* * * By Charles M. Taintor. Greenfield : printed 
by Merriam & Mirick, 1847. i8mo, 82 pages. 

A history and genealogy of the descendants of Joseph 
Tayntor [or TAINTER], who sailed from England, 
April, A. D. 1638, and settled in Watertown, Mass. Pre- 
pared by Dean W. Tainter. For private distribution. 
Boston: printed by David Clapp, 1859. 8vo, 100 pages. 

TALCOTT pedigree in England and America, from 1558 
to 1876. Compiled by S. V. Talcott. Albany, N. Y. : 
Weed, Parsons & Co., 1876. 8vo,.3i6 pages, index. 

Genealogical notes of New York and New England fami- 
lies [intermarried with the TALCOTTS]. Compiled 
by S. V. Talcott. Albany, N. Y. : Weed, Parsons & Co., 
1883. 8vo, 747 pages, index. 

The genealogy of the descendants of Thomas TANNER, 
Sr., of Cornwall, Conn., with brief notes of several allied 



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families. * * * gy j^^y Eijas F. Tanner, A. B. 
* * * Lansing, Mich. : Darius D. Thorp, printer, 
1893. i2mo, no pages. 

Memoir of Mrs. Sarah TAPPAN : taken in part from the 
Home Missionary Magazine of November, 1828, and 
printed for distribution among her descendants. New 
York: West & Trow, printers, 1834. i2mo, 150 pages; 
pages 1 19-132 contain a genealogy of the descendants 
of Rev. Wm. Homes of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., 1715, 
and of Abraham Tappan of Boston, Eng., whose family 
came to Salisbury, Mass. 

The family records of James and Nancy Dunham TAP- 
PAN of the fourth generation, formerly of Woodbridge, 
N. J.^ * * * ■^vith their descendants. By Peter P. 
Good, LL. B. Published by Samuel C. Tappan. Lib- 
erty, Ind. : 1884. 8vo, 126 pages. 

A sketch of the life of Rev. Daniel Dana TAPPAN. with 
an account of the Tappan family. Prepared by his chil- 
dren. Boston: press of Samuel Usher, 1890. 8vo, 28 
pages. 

[Ancestry and descendants of Rev. John TAYLOR of 
Deerfield, Mass., 1787- 1806, grandson of Rev. Edward 
Taylor of Westfield, Mass., 1671. New York: litho- 
graphed by Hatch & Co., 1859.] Chart, 16x21 inches. 

Reunion of the family of Joseph TAYLOR at Middletown, 
N. J., in 1 86 1. * * * [By Asher Taylor.] Printed 
for private circulation. Wm. Everett & Sons, printers, 
New York : 1861. 8vo, 9 pages. 

Genealogy of Judge John TAYLOR [of Saratoga co.. 
N. Y., born 1749, his ancestry from Edward Taylor of 
Middletown, N. J., 1692] and his descendants. [By 
Elisha Taylor.] Detroit, Mich.: The Richmond & 



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Backus Co., printers, 1886. i2mo, 88 pages, portrait, 
arms. 

Descendants of Joseph TAYLOR of Kennet, Chester co.. 
Penn. [1708, son of Abiah of Chester co., 1702, showing 
5 generatioas of descendants. By Gilbert Cope. West 
Chester, Pa.: 1891]. Chart, 17x22 inches. 

Some account of the ancestors, relatives and family of 
Henry Boardman TAYLOR, with a memoir written by 
himself, and a supplement. By Rev. B. S. Taylor. 1892. 
i2mo, 72 pages. 

Some notable families of America [being an account of de- 
scendants of James TAYLOR of Caroline co., Va., about 
1635, with brief mention of related families]. By Annah 
Robinson Watson. New York : [press of J. J. Little & 
Co.] 1898. i2mo, 1 10 pages. 

Genealogical and historical notes on the TEALL family. 
[Descendants of Oliver Teall of New Haven, 1723. By 
Edward M. Teall of Chicago, 111.] 1889. 8vo, 7 pages 

An account of the TEMPLE family, with notes and pedi- 
gree of the family of Bowdoin. Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, with corrections and 
additions. By W. H. Whitmore. Boston: 1856. 8vo, 
15 pages. 

An account of the TEMPLE family, with notes and pedi- 
gree of the families of Bowdoin, Bradford, Winthrop and 
Nelson. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen 
Register, with corrections and additions. By George 
Temple Chapman. New York : reprinted for private 
circulation only, by the Bradstreet Press, 1871. 8vo 
22 pages. 

Some account of the TEMPLE family. [By Temple 
Prime.] New York: 1887. 8vo, 100 pages. 



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Some account of the TEMPLE family. By Temple 
Prime. Second edition. New York: 1894. 8vo, iii 
pages. 

Some account of the TEMPLE family. By Temple 
Prime. Third edition. New York: 1896. 8vo, 146 
pages. 

Some account of the TEMPLE family. By Temple 
Prime. Fourth edition. New York: 1899. 8vo, 239 
pages (paged 774-162), printed in two parts, separately. 

Some TEMPLE pedigrees. A genealogy of the known 
descendants of Abraham Temple, who setteld in Salem, 
Mass., in 1636, and other Temple families. By L. D. 
Temple. Boston: 1900. 8vo, 316 pages. 

The TEN BROECK ; being the records and annals of Dirck 
Wesselse Ten Broeck of Albany [N. Y., 1663] and his 
descendants. Compiled by Emma Ten Broeck Runk. 
New York: printed at the De Vinne Press, 1897. 8vo. 
277 pages (paged 10 + 277), 35 illustrations, edition 100 
copies. 

Genealogy of the TENNEY family, more particularly of 
the family of Daniel Tenney and Sylvia Kent, his wife, 
late of La Porte, Lorain co., Ohio. From 1634 to 1875. 
Compiled by Horace A. Tenney. Madison, Wis. : M. J. 
Cantwell, printer, 1875. 8vo, 76 pages. 

The TENNEY family, or the descendants of Thomas Ten- 
ney of Rowley, Mass., 1638- 1890. By M. J. Tenney. 
Boston, Mass.: American Printing Co., 1891. 8vo, 369 
pages, 12 portraits, arms, indexes. 

Notes on the TERRY families of the United States of 
America. By Stephen Terry, A. M. Hartford, Conn. : 
published by the compiler, 1887. 8vo, 349 pages. 



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A sermon occasioned by the death of Hon. Otis 
THACHER. * * * By Rev. Milton Waldo. 
[With a genealogy of the Thacher family, descendants 
of Thomas of Boston, by Geo. H. Thacher.] Hornells- 
ville, N. Y. : Thacher & Tuttle, printers, 1869. 8vo, 36 
pages. 

Genealogy and biographical sketches of the descendants of 
Thomas and Anthony THACHER, from their settle- 
ment in New England, June 4th, 1635. [By David W. 
Allen.] Independent Printing House, Vineland, N. J. : 
1872. 1 2mo, 92 pages, arms. 

The THACHER family. Facts which have been ascer- 
tained within eighteen months past touching the early 
history of the Thacher family in England, chiefly through 
the indefatigable labors of Miss Julia W. Redfield of 
Pittsfield, Mass., with certain comments thereon. Peter 
Thacher. Boston: 1885. i2mo, 6pages. 

Memoir of the Hon. Peter THATCHER of Cleveland, 
Ohio [with a brief genealogy]. By Samuel Briggs. 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Regis- 
ter.] Cleveland, Ohio: printed for the family, 1883. 
8vo, 8 pages. 

Family memorial. Part I — Genealogy of fourteen fami- 
lies of the early settlers of New England, of the names of 
Alden, Adams, Arnold, Bass, Billings, Capen, Copeland. 
French, Hobart, Jackson, Paine, Thayer, Wales and 
White. Part H — Genealogy of Ephraim and Sarah 
THAYER. By Elisha Thayer. Hingham : J. Farmer, 
printer, 1835. 8vo, 180 pages and 100 pages. 

Memorial of the THAYER name from the Massachusetts 
colony of Weymouth and Braintree, embracing genea- 
logical and biographical sketches of Richard and Thomas 
Thayer and their descendants, from 1636 to 1874. By 



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Bezaleel Thayer. Oswego, N. Y. : R. J. Oliphant, printer, 
1874. 8vo, 708 pages. 

THAYER ancestry. Supplement to the " Family Memo- 
rial of the Early Settlers of New England," in the line of 
Col. Abraham Thayer. By Mrs. Albert Hastings Pitkin. 
Hartford, Conn. : 1890. 8vo, 58 pages, portraits. 

Ancestors of Adelbert P. THAYER. * * * Com- 
piled by George Burton Thayer. * * * Hartford, 
Conn. : 1894. 8vo, 180 pages, edition 50 copies. 

Descendants of Rufus and Pamela (Throop) THAYER 
[of Taunton, Mass.], with some little account of their 
ancestry. Compiled and arranged for [their son] 
George Thayer, by Clarence E. Peirce. Pawtucket, 
R. I.: The Adams Sutcliffe Co.. printers, 1896. 8vo. 69 
pages. 

Descendants of John THOMAS, commencing with John 
Thomas Seaman of Sackville, N. B., grandson of John 
Thomas, 4th. [By Leonard J. Thomas of Eden, Me.] 
Published by Nicholas Thomas & Son, Eden, Me. 
Printed at the office of the Boston Post [1850]. Chart, 
i8x 23 inches. 

Descendants of John THOMAS, who removed from Wales 
to America, and married in Boston, Mass., to Elizabeth 

, Mar. 30, 1667. [By Leonard J. Thomas of Eden, 

Me. : 1869.] Chart, 20 x 24 inches. 

Genealogical notes : containing the pedigree of the 
THOMAS family of Maryland, and of the following 
connected families : Snowden, Buckley, Lawrence, 
Chew, Ellicott, Hopkins, Johnson. Rutherford, Fairfax, 
Shieffelin, Tyson, and others. * * * gy Lawrence 
Buckley Thomas. Baltimore, Md. : Lawrence B. 
Thomas, 1877. 4to, 197 pages, views, arms, edition 200 
copies. 



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Genealogical notes : Part second. Illustrated with coats 
of arms and fac-similes. By Lawrence Buckley 
THOMAS. Baltimore: 1878. 4to, 56 pages, plates of 



Pedigree of THOMAS, Chew and Lawrence. A West 
River register [of births, etc., in Ann Arundel co., Mary- 
land, 1674] and genealogical notes. By Lawrence 
Buckley Thomas. New York : T. VVhittaker, printer, 
1883. 8vo, 157 pages, 7 portraits, etc.; relates to de- 
scendants of Philip Thomas of Maryland, John Chew of 
Jamestown, Va., and Thomas Lawrence of New Jersey 
and Pennsylvania. 

The THOMAS family of Hilltown, Bucks co.. Pa. [De- 
scendants of Wm. of Hilltown, 1718.] By Edward 
Mathews. Lansdale, Pa. : published by Arthur K. 
Thomas, 1884. 8vo, 69 pages. 

To my boy, Thomas Head THOMAS. [By Alfred Addi- 
son Thomas.] Dayton. Ohio: 1885. 8vo, 39 pages. 

Genealogical records and sketches of the descendants of 
William THOMAS of Hardwick, Mass. By A. R. 
Thomas. Philadelphia and London : F. A. Davis, pub- 
Hsher, 1891. 8vo, 221 pages, portraits. 

Capt. John THOMAS of Braintree, Mass. [1709, and his 
family]. By the Hon. Joseph W. Porter of Bangor. 
Maine. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register. Boston, Mass. : 1895.] 8vo, 6 pages. 

Address at the annual reunion of the descendants of " Iron '' 
John THOMAS, held at Williamsport. Pa., Aug. 20, 
1896. By John F. Meginness. Williamsport, Pa. : Ga- 
zette and Bulletin Printing House, 1896. 8vo, 17 pages. 

The THOMAS book, giving the genealogies of Sir Rhys 
ap Thomas, K. G., the Thomas family descended from 



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him and of some allied families. By Lawrence Buckley- 
Thomas, D. D. New York City : Henry T. Thomas 
Company, 1896. 8vo, 21+627 pages, 60 portraits and 



A genealogy of John THOM[P]SON, who landed at Ply- 
mouth in the month of May, 1622. By Ignatius Thom- 
son. Taunton: printed by E. Anthony, 1841. 8vo, 84 
pages. 

Memorials of the families of Mr. James THOMPSON, and 
of Dea. Augustus Thompson of Goshen, Conn. [By 
E. W. Hooker.] Hartford: press of Case, Tiffany & 
Co., 1854. 8vo, 106 pages. 

A memoir of Judge Ebenezer THOMPSON of Durham, 
N. H., with some account of his parentage and offspring. 
By his great-granddaughter, Mary P. Thompson. 
Printed for private circulation only. Concord, N. H. : 
printed by the Republican Press Association, 1886. 8vo, 
86 pages. 

Memorial of James THOAIPSON of Charlestown, Mass., 
1 630- 1 642, and Woburn, Mass., 1642-82, and of eight 
generations of his descendants. By Rev. Leander 
Thompson, A. M. Boston : press of L. Barta & Co., 1887. 
8vo, 246 pages, 35 plates, 3 indexes. 

The THOMPSON family. Scotch Covenanters, who 
came from Scotland to Ireland, and thence in 1735 to 
America, settling first in the Cumberland Valley, east of 
Harrisburg, Pa., and subsequently at and about Thomp- 
sontown, Juniata co.. Pa. [By Heber S. Thompson, 
Pottsville, Pa. : 1887.] 8vo, 20 pages. 

John THOMSON [of Loyalsock. Pa., 1777] and family. 
By John Bodine Thompson. Williamsport, Pa. : Ga- 
zette and Bulletin Printing House, 1889. 8vo, 29 pages, 
reprinted in Maginess' West Branch Valley, Pa. 



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A genealogy of descendants of John THOMPSON of Ply- 
mouth, Mass. [1623]. Also sketches of families of Allen, 
Cooke and Hutchinson. By Charles Hutchinson Thomp- 
son. Lansing, Mich.: D. D. Thorp, printer, 1890. 8vo, 
272 pages, portraits. 

THRALL Gen. Pub. at Columbus, O. : 1862. Reprinted 
with addition at JPoultney, Vt., 1890, by Rev. Edward 
Randall. 

A sermon at the funeral, in Boscobel, Wis., of Rev. Samuel 
R. THRALL. By Joseph E. Roy, D. D. Chicago : Wm. 
Johnston Printing Co., 1894. i2mo, 35 pages, pages 17 
to 35 contain his descent from Wm. Thrall of Dorchester, 
Mass., 1630, and other genealogical notes. 

Genealogical sketch of the family of Dexter THURBER 
[born 1 77 1, and his descent from John of Rehoboth, 
Mass., 1671. Providence, R. L, 1867]. 8vo, 10 pages. 

Genealogy of Charles Myrick THURSTON, and of his 
wife, Rachel Hall Pitman, formerly of Newport, R. L, 
after December, 1840, of New York. Collected for the 
family by their son, Charles Myrick Thurston, 1865. 
With an appendix containing the names of many de- 
scendants of Edward Thurston [of Newport, R. L, 1647] 
and Henry Pitman. New York: printed by John F. 
Trow & Co., 1865. 8vo, 80 pages. 

Descendants of Edward THURSTON, the first of the name 
in the colony of Rhode Island. Collected by Charles 
Myrick Thurston. New York : The Trow & Smith Book 
Mfg. Co., 1868. 8vo, 70 pages. 

1635-1880. THURSTON genealogies. Compiled by 
Brown Thurston. * * * Portland, Me.: 1880. 
8vo, 598 pages, 8 indexes, 13 portraits. 

The doings at the first national gathering of THURS- 
TONS at Newburyport, Mass., June 24, 25, 1885. Port- 
23 



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land, Me.: Brown Thurston, publisher, 1885. 8vo, 75 
pages. 

1635-1892. THURSTON genealogies. Compiled by 
Brown Thurston. Second edition. Portland, Me. : 
1892. 8vo, 744 pages, 21 pages were added in 1899. 

The ancestry of Walter M. THURSTON, giving some ac- 
count of the families of Carroll, De Beaufort, Merrill, 
Moore, Mosbaugh, Pearson, Pine, Poore, Reynolds. Van 
Kruyne and Von Bauer. By John H. and Walter M. 
Thurston. St. Paul, Minn. : Thurston & Co., printers, 
1894. i2mo, 95 pages, index, plate of arms, portrait. 

THWING : a genealogical, biographical and historical ac- 
count of the family. [Descendants of Benjamin, who 
came to Boston in 1635.] By Walter Eliot Thwing. 
Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1883. 8vo, 214 
pages, portraits, views. 

The TIERNAN family in Maryland. [From Luke Tier- 
nan, who came from Ireland to Hagerstown, Md., 1784.] 
* * * By Charles B. Tiernan. Baltimore, Md. : 
Gallery & McCann, 1898. 8vo, 222 pages, 14 portraits 
and plates, edition 500 copies. 

A partial record of the descendants of John Tefft of Ports- 
mouth, R. I. [who died 1676] and the nearly complete 
record of the descendants of John TIFFT of Nassau, 
N. Y. * * * Compiled by Maria E. (Maxon) Tifft. 
Buffalo, N. Y. : The Peter Paul Book Co., 1896. 8vo, 
1 59 pages, index in pocket in cover. 

Genealogy of the TILLEY family. Compiled by R. Ham- 
mett Tilley. Newport, R. I. : T- P- Sanborn, printer, 
1878. 8vo, 79 pages, arms, index of given and sur- 
names. 

The ancestors of Silas TINKER [of Lyme, Conn.] in 
America, from 1637. [Descendants of John of Bos- 



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ton, Mass., 1637.] A partial record, prepared by A. B. 
Tinker of Akron, Ohio, and read at the annual reunion 
of the descendants of Silas Tinker at Ashtabula, Ohio, 
Aug. 15, 1889. The Werner Printing Co., Akron, 
Ohio. 8vo, II pages, arms. 

Early New England people. Some account of the Ellis, 
Pemberton, Willard, Prescott, Titcomb, Sewall and 
Longfellow, and allied families. By Sarah Elizabeth 
TITCOMB. Boston, Mass. : W. B. Clarke & Carruth, 
1882. 8vo, 288 pages. 

The TITUS family in America. Three generations [of 
descendants of Robert of Boston, Mass., 1635]. -^y 
the Rev. Anson Titus, Jr. [Reprinted from the New 
York Gen. and Biog. Record for April, 1881.] 8vo, 8 
pages. 

The TODD genealogy, or register of the descendants of 
Adam Todd [of New York, 1744] * * * ^^d 
genealogies of many persons and families connected 
with the beforementioned descendants. By Richard 
Henry Greene, A. M. New York: Wilbur & Hastings, 
publishers, 1867. 8vo, 160 pages. 

The Needham branch of the TOLMAN family. By Anna 
Maria (Tolman) Pickford. Dedham, Mass.: 1894. 8vo, 
29 pages, reprinted from the Dedham Historical Reg- 
ister, vols. 5 and 6. 

Henry TOMLINSON [of Milford, Conn., 1652] and his 
descendants in America, with a few additional branches 
of Tomlinsons, later from England. By Rev. Samuel 
Orcutt. New Haven, Conn. : press of Price, Lee & 
Adkins Co., 1891. 8vo, 228 pages, plates. 

Cursory family sketches [relating to the TOMPKINS 
family]. By S. Ann Garnett. Albany, N. Y. : Joel 



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Munsell, printer, 1870. 8vo, 140 pages, edition 100 
copies, not a genealogy. 

A record of the ancestry and kindred of the children of 
Edward TOMPKINS, St., late of Oakland, Cal. [De- 
scendant of John of Concord, Mass. By Edward Tomp- 
kins.] Printed for the compiler. [Oakland, Cal. :] 1893. 
8vo, 65 pages. 

The TOPPANS of Toppan's Lane, with their descend- 
ants and relations. Collected and arranged by Joshua 
Coffin. Newburyport: William H. Huse & Co., print- 
ers, 1862. 8vo, 30 pages. 

Memoirs of Major Jason TORREY of Bethany, Wayne 
CO., Pa. By Rev. David Torrey, D. D. Scranton, Pa. : 
James S. Horton, printer and publisher, 1885. 8vo, 131 
pages, contains some genealogical information. Copies 
of the next title are bound in with it. 

Genealogical notes, showing the paternal line of descent 
from William TORREY of Combe St. Nicholas, Som- 
erset CO., England, A. D. 1557, to Jason Torrey of Beth- 
any, Pa., with the descendants of Jason Torrey and his 
brothers and sister, to A. D. 1884. Compiled by John 
Torrey. Scranton, Pa. : James S. Horton, printer and 
publisher, 1885. 8vo, 50 pages. 

A contribution toward a genealogy of all TORREYS in 
America. Being genealogical notes showing the pater- 
nal line of descent from William Torrey of Combe St. 
Nicholas, Somerset co., Eng., A. D. 1557, to Abner 
Torrey of Weymouth, Mass. With all descendants of 
Abner Torrey. With an appendix. Compiled by D. 
Torrey. Detroit, Mich. : John F. Eby & Co., printers, 
1890. 8vo, 206 pages, 145 pages of genealogy and 61 
of appendix and index. 

John and Thomas TOTMAN (or Tatman) [of Plymouth 
and Boston, Mass., 1660] and their descendants, by 



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Rufus N. Meriam, A. M. Worcester, Mass. : Franklin 
P. Rice, publisher, 1895. 8vo, 31 pages. 

TOWER genealogy. An account of the descendants of 
John Tower of Hingham, Mass. Compiled under the 
direction of Charlemagne Tower, late of Philadelphia, 
deceased. Cambridge, Mass. : John Wilson & Son, 
1 89 1. 8vo, 887 pages. 

Some of the descendants of Philip TOWLE of Hampton, 
N. H. By Mrs. A. E. T. Lindsay of Tenafly, N. J. 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1889.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

Historical and biographical notes of the family of 
TOWNE. Genealogical memoranda of the ancestry and 
descendants of the late John Town, Esq., of Georgia, 
Vt. [By Edwin Hubbard.] Printed for private dis- 
tribution by Henry Town of Chicago, 111. : 1878. 8vo. 
16 pages. 

The TOWNE memorial. [Descendants of Wm. Towne 
of Salem, Mass., 1640.] Compiled * * * for A. N. 
Towne, Esq., of San Francisco, Cal., by Edwin Hub- 
bard. * * * Chicago, 111. : Fergus Printing Co., 
1880. 8vo, 122 pages (paged 114 and 8 of index, paged 
9 to 16). 

The descendants of Ephraim TOWNE, Warwick, Mass., 
1787. Compiled from family records. * * * gy 
Solon R. Towne, A. M., M. D., Omaha, Neb. Wal- 
tham, Mass. : Free Press Job Print, 1891. 8vo, 12 pages. 

A memorial of John Henry and Richard TOWNSEND, 
and their descendants. [Arms.] New York: W, A. 
Townsend, publisher, 1865. 8vo, 233 pages. 

The TOWNSHEND family. By Charles Hervey Towns- 
hend, Esq., of New Haven, Conn. Reprinted from the 



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New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: David 
Clapp & Son, printers, 1875. 8vo, 15 pages. 

Genealog\^ of the TOWNSEND family. Compiled by 
Charles Townsend Rich [of Buffalo, N. Y.]. 1877. 
8vo, 37 pages. 

Genealog>' of the TOWNSEND family. [Descendants of 
Jonathan of New Salem, Mass., 1705.] Compiled by 
Benjamin D. Townsend of Lime Springs, Iowa. Alfred 
Lenire, N. Y. : The American Sabbath Tract Society, 
1879. 8vo, 33 pages. 

1 he TOWNSHEND family. By Charles Hervey Towns- 
hend. 2d edition. Ridgefield, Conn.: 1881. 8vo. 27 
pages. 

Notes on the TOWNSEND family. [Descendants of 
William of Boston, 1634, and Thomas of Lynn, 1638.] 
Compiled by Henry F. \\''aters. Salem, Mass. : [re- 
printed from the Essex Institute Historical Collections] 
1883. 8vo, 43 pages. 

The TOWNSHEND family of Lynn, in Old and New 
England. Genealogical and biographical. By Charles 
Hervey Townshend of New Haven, Conn. Revised 
third edition. New Haven, Conn.: 1884. 8vo, 138 
pages. 

The TOWNSENDS. [A collection of facts concerning 
the Townsends of England and America, followed by a 
genealog}' of the descendants of Daniel of Sand Lake, 
N. Y., 1785.] Compiled by Malcolm Townsend. 
[New York: Press of ■\Iooney &. Co.. 1895.] i6mo, 
no pages, plates, 

1375 to 1897. The direct ancestry and posterity of Judge 
Charles TO\^'NSEND. a pioneer of Buffalo, N. Y. 



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With biographies of the individuals of the nineteen suc- 
cessive generations thus included, and other matters of 
interest to the Townsend family. By Rev. Charles 
Townsend. Orange, N. J. : 1897. 8vo, 62 pages, edition 
of 100 copies. 

Genealogy of the family of Lt. Thomas TRACY of Nor- 
wich, Conn. Compiled * * * j^y jyf^s. Matilda O. 
Abbey. Milwaukee: 1888. 8vo, 136 pages, edition 50 
copies; the next year a 2d edition appeared, with slight 
alterations and 5 pages additional. 

The ancestors of Lieut. Thomas TRACY of Norwich, 
Conn. By Lt. Charles Stedman Ripley, U. S. N. Bos- 
ton: Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 1895. 8vo, 100 
pages. 

Lineage of the TRACY family; with notes on the Lord, 
Garrett, Russell and other intermarrying families. Com- 
piled by Puella F. (Hull) Mason. Milwaukee. Wis.: 
1895. 8vo, 32 pages, edition 75 copies, privately 
printed. 

TRACY genealogy. Ancestors and descendants of Lieu- 
tenant Thomas Tracy of Norwich, Conn., 1660. Com- 
piled by Evert E. Tracy, M. D. Albany, N. Y. : Joel 
Munsell & Sons, publishers, 1898. 4to, 294 pages, arms, 
indexes. 

Historical address before the fourth annual reunion of the 
TRACY family at Gouldsboro, Maine, Aug. 19, 1899. 
By N. B. Tracy. Auburn, Me. : Palmer Print, 1900. 
8vo, 32 pages, 4 plates, edition of 500 copies. 

History and genealogy of the TRASK family; including 
the lineal ancestors and all the descendants of Rev. 
Nathaniel Trask. With a brief mention of other 
branches of the Trask family in New England. By 



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R. D. Trask. Portland, Me. : F. G. Rich & Co., printers 
and publishers, 1877. i2mo, 36 pages, index. 

1 he TREAT family : a genealogy of Trott, Tratt and Treat 
for fifteen generations and 450 years in England and 
America. Containing more than 1,500 families in 
America. By John Harvey Treat, A. M. Salem, 
Mass.: The Salem Press, 1893. 8vo, 637 pages. 

A historical account of the TREGO family [of Pennsyl- 
vania] . By A. Trego Shertzer, M. D. Baltimore : press 
of Isaac Friedenwald, 1884. i2mo, 138 pages, portrait 
of author. 

The TROTTS of Dorchester and Boston. By E. D. Har- 
ris. Reprinted from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1889. 8vo, 4 pages and chart. 

Genealogy of the family of Deacon James TROW- 
BRIDGE, born in Dorchester, Mass., 1636. Married 
and settled there in 1659. Removed to Newton, about 
1664. Collected and arranged by Otis Trowbridge. 
Boston: Wright & Hasty, printers, 1854. 8vo, 32 pages. 

The TROWBRIDGE family, or the descendants of 
Thomas Trowbridge, one of the first settlers of New 
Haven, Conn. Compiled at the request of Thomas 
Rutherford Trowbridge of New Haven, Conn., by Rev. 
F. W. Chapman, A. M. * * * New Haven: Pun- 
derson, Crisand & Co., printers, 1872. 8vo, 401 pages, 
3 indexes, portrait. 

1 275-1 894. History of the TRUBEE family. [Descend- 
ants of Andris Trubee of Holland, who came to Fair- 
field, Conn., about 1700.] By Harriet Trubee Garlick. 
Bridgeport, Conn. : Marigold Printing Co., 1894. 8vo, 
151 pages, 42 illustrations. 

Genealogy of the family of TRUE in America. [Descend- 
ants of Henry True of Salem, Mass., 1649. By H. A. 



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True, M. D. Marion, Ohio: 1864.] Chart 17x24 
inches. 

A genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of George 
Augustus and Louisia (Clap) TRUMBULL of Trum- 
bull Square, Worcester, Mass. [By J. H. Lea.] 1886. 
Printed for the family. 8vo, 46 pages. 

Contributions to a TRUMBULL genealogy, from glean- 
ings in English fields. By J. Henry Lea. [Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1895.] 
Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1895. 8vo, 27 pages. 

TUCK genealogy. Robert Tuck of Hampton, N. H., and 
his descendants, 1638- 1877. By Joseph Dow. Boston, 
Mass. : printed for private distribution, press of David 
Clapp & Son, 1877. 8vo, 138 pages, edition 300 copies. 

A genealogical and historical account of the descendants of 
Henry TUCKER [of New Jersey and Mass., 1669]. 
Collected from various and authentic sources. By George 
H. Tucker, M. D. New York : printed by Wm. C. 
Martin, 1851. 8vo, 37 pages, superseded by next title. 

Genealogy of the TUCKER family. [Principally the de- 
scendants of Robert Tucker of Milton, Mass., 1662.] 
From various authentic sources. By Ephraim Tucker. 
Worcester, Mass. : press of F. S. Blanchard & Co., 1895. 
8vo, 414 pages. 

The TUPPER family. By Henry Martyn Tupper. Ra- 
leigh, N. C. : January, 1890. 8vo, 3 pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Humphrey TURNER 
[early of Scituate, Mass.], with family records. In two 
parts. Compiled by Jacob Turner, Esq. Boston : pub- 
lished by David Turner, Jr., 1852. 4to, 63 pages. 



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A letter from A. J. TURNER relating to the genealogy of 
the Turners of the tribe of John and Johanna [of New 
Haven, 1686]. Portage, Wis.: 1894. 8vo, 6 pages. 

The TURPIN family. An outline sketch [of descendants 
of Philip Turpin of Yorkshire, Eng., who married Mar- 
tha Skirm of Henrico co., Va.]. Compiled and arranged 
by J. M. Bancroft. New York: 1879. Chart. 

A family meeting of the descendants of John TUTHILL, 
one of the original settlers of the town of Southold, 
N. Y. Held at New Suffolk, L. L, August 28th, 1867. 
Express print, Sag Harbor, N. Y. : 1867. 8vo, 60 pages. 

Address at the family meeting of the descendants of John 
TUTHILL, held at New Suffolk, L. L, Aug. 28, 1867. 
By W. H. Tuthill. Boston: 1868. 8vo, 23 pages. 

Genealogy of the TUTHILL and Kent families. [De- 
scendants of Henry Tuthill, who came to Hingham, 
Mass., in 1637. and settled at Southold, N. Y., in 1644; 
and of Rudolphus Kent, who came to America in 1784 
and settled in Philadelphia? Philadelphia, Pa.: 1880.] 
Chart 2x2 feet. 

The TUTHILL family of Tharston, Norfolk co., Eng., 
and Southold, Suffolk co., N. Y. * * * 1 580-1757. 
By Lucy Dubois Akerly. Newburgh, N. Y. : privately 
printed, [reprinted from the N. Y. Gen. and Biog. Record 
for July and Oct.] 1898. 8vo, 12 pages. 

The TUTTLE family of New Hampshire. 1842 ? 10x15 
inches, chart. 

1635. William TUTTLE of New Haven. An address de- 
livered at the Tuttle gathering at New Haven, Conn., 
Sept. 3, 1873. By Joseph F. Tuttle. * * * New- 
ark, N. J. : Daily Advertiser, 1873. 8vo, 22 pages. 



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The descendants of William and Elizabeth TUTTLE, who 
came from Old to New England in 1635, and settled in 
New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes 
and sketches. By George Frederick Tuttle. Printed and 
published by Tuttle & Co., official state printers. Rut- 
land, Vt. : 1883. 8vo, 60 + 754 pages, portraits, two in- 
dexes. 

Genealogical record of a line of descendants of John and 
Joanna TUTTLE of Ipswich, Mass., from 1635 to 1885. 
Compiled by Joseph W. Tuttle. Plattsburgh, N. Y. : 
1885. 8vo, 46 pages. 

Sketch of the James TWEED family, W^ilmington, Mass. 
By Benj. Walker. Read at a family reunion, Foster's 
Pond, Andover, Mass., June 17, 1887. Lowell, Mass.: 
Courier Press : Marden & Rowell, 1887. i2mo, 30 pages, 
privately printed. 

Genealogy of the TWINING family, descendants of Wil- 
liam Twining, Sr., who came from Wales, or England, 
and died at Eastham, Mass., 1659. With information 
of other Twinings in Great Britain and America. By 
Thos. J. Twining of Sidney, Ind. Chicago : 1890. i2mo, 
172 pages. 

Official report of the first American TYLER family re- 
union, held at North Andover, Mass., Sept. 2, 1896. By 
Willard I. Tyler Brigham. Chicago, 111. : 1898. 8vo, 
47 pages. 

Official report of the second American TYLER family re- 
union, held at New Haven, Conn., Aug. 25, 1897. By 
Williard I. Tyler Brigham. Chicago, 111:1898. 8vo, 
43 pages. 

Official report of the third reunion, 1898. 8vo, 42 pages. 
Official report of the fourth reunion, 1899. 8vo, 47 pages. 



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The UNDERWOOD families of Massachusetts. By Prof. 
Lucien M. Underwood, Ph. D. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: 1884. 8vo. 8 
pages. 

Family history. Notices of the life of John UPHAM, the 
first inhabitant of New England who bore that name: 
together wath an account of such of his descendants as 
were the ancestors of Hon. Nathaniel Upham of Roch- 
ester, N. H. : with a short sketch of the life of the latter. 
By Albert G. Upham, A. M., M. D. Concord, N. H. : 
printed by Asa McFarland, 1845. 8vo, 92 pages. 

Genealogy and family history of a branch of the New 
England UPHAM family settled in California, showing 
the ancestors of Isaac Upham of San Francisco and 
others. By F. K. Upham. 1884. Published for private 
circulation. i2mo, 18 pages. 

A sketch of the life and character of Dea. Joshua UPHAM 
of Salem, Mass. To which are appended a sketch of 
his first wife, his ancestral history and a genealogical list 
of his descendants. By Prof. James Upham, D. D. 
Boston, Mass.: 1885. i2mo, 80 pages, portraits, chart. 

Genealogy and family history of the UPHAM S of Castine, 
Me., and Dixon, 111., with genealogical notes of * * * 
other families. Compiled by F. K. Upham. Printed 
for private circulation. 1887. 8vo, 68 pages, index. 

UPHAM genealogy. The descendants of John Upham 
of Massachusetts * * * 1635. * * * By F. 
K. Upham. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, pub- 
lishers, 1892. 8vo, 573 pages, portraits. 

UPHAM and Amherst, N. H., memories. The genealogy 
and history of a branch of the Upham family [which 
settled in Amherst, N. H.]. By Mrs. Mary Upham 



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Kelley and Warren Upham. Privately printed, 1897. 
8vo, 66 pages. 

Nicholas UPS ALL [and his descendants]. By Augus- 
tine Jones of Providence, R. I. Boston, Mass.: 1880. 
8vo, 12 pages. 

The UPTON memorial. A genealogical record of the 
descendants of John Upton of North Reading, Mass., 
the original emigrant, and the progenitor of families 
vi^ho have since borne his name. Together with short 
genealogies of the Putnam, Stone and Bruce families. 
By John xA-dams Vinton. * * * Printed for private 
use at the office of E. Upton & Son, Bath, Me. : 1874. 
8vo, 547 pages. 

Descendants of Josiah and Catherine UPTON of Charle- 
mont, Mass., 1778. By William H. Upton, B. A., 
LL. M. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1886. 8vo, 11 pages. 

UPTON family records ; being genealogical collections for 
an Upton family history. By William Henry Upton, 
M. A., LL. M. London: Mitchell & Hughes, 1893. 
4to, 532 pages, edition 100 copies. 

Genealogy of the URNER family * * * Chester co., 
Pa. By Isaac N. Urner, LL. D. Philadelphia: 1893. 
8vo, 175 pages. 

A brief genealogy of the USHER family of New England. 
By W. H. Whitmore. Reprinted, with additions, from 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: David 
Clapp & Son, printers, 1869. 8vo, 11 pages. 

A memorial sketch of Roland Greene USHER, 1823- 1893, 
By Edward Preston Usher. To which is added a gene- 
alogy of the Usher family in New England, from 1638 



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to 1895. Privately printed for the family, 1895. 8vo, 
160 pages. 

USTICK family register. [Descendants of Thomas Us- 
tick from Cornwall, Eng., who settled in New York, 
1738, mainly in the line of his grandson, Rev. Thomas 
of Phila. By William W. Ustick. Dubuque, Iowa: 
1 89 1.] 8vo, 26 pages. 

USTICK family register. Descendants of Thomas Ustick 
from St. Just, Cornwall, Eng. Second part. Through 
* * * John and William, grandsons of Thomas Us- 
tick. [By W. W. Ustick.] Dubuque, Iowa: printed by 
William W. Ustick, 1894. 8vo, 74 pages, indexes. 

[VAIL families of Vermont, Virginia, New Jersey and 
elsewhere. By Alfred Vail of Morristown, N. J., 1857- 
1863.] 31 separate circulars of from one to ten pages 
each. 

VAIL and Armstrong. A short record of my ancestors, 
beginning with John Vail, Southold, L. I. 1670-1760. 
Francis Armstrong (from Ireland), 1727. With a refer- 
ence to the L'Hommedieu family. By Charles M, Vail. 
Goshen, N. Y. : 1894. 8vo, 57 pages. 

The VALENTINES in America, 1644-1874. By T. W. 
Valentine. * * * New York: Clark & Maynard, 
publishers, 1874. 8vo, 248 pages, 27 portraits and plates, 
index. 

Lambert Janse VAN ALSTYNE [of Kinderhook, N. Y., 
1648] and some of his descendants. By one of them 
[Lawrence Van Alstyne of Sharon, Conn.]. Amenia, 
N. Y. : Walsh & Griffen, printers, 1897. 8vo, 142 pages, 
indexed. 

Genealogy of the VAN BRUNT family, 1853-1867. By 
Teunis G. Bergen, Bay Ridge, New Utrecht, N. Y. Al- 
bany: Joel Munsell, 1867. 8vo, 79 pages. 



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The history and genealogy of the VAN DEUSENS of 
Van Deusen Manor, Great Barrington, Berkshire county, 
Mass. By Louis Hasbrouck Sahler. [Great Barrington: 
press of Berkshire Courier Co., 1893.] 8vo, 36 pages. 

The first annual report of the VAN HORN Association. 
Philadelphia: 1879. i2mo, 20 pages. 

Our ancestors, a genealogical and biographical magazine. 
Edited by M. A. De L. VAN HORN. Published by 
the Genealogical Association of Pa. and N. J. Phila- 
delphia: Vol. I, Nos. I, 2, July, Oct., 1882. 8vo, 95 
pages. 

Annals of the VAN RENSSELAERS in the United 
States, specially as they relate to the family of Killian K. 
Van Rensselaer. By Rev. Maunsell Van Rensselaer, 
D. D., LL. D. Albany, N. Y. : C. Van Benthuysen & 
Sons, 1888. 8vo, 240 pages. 

A history of the VAN SICKLE family in the United 
States [descendants of Ferdinandus Van Sycklin of 
Kings CO., N. Y., 1652, many of whom settled in New 
Jersey]. * * * By John W. Van Sickle. * * ■<= 
Springfield, Ohio: published by the author [Republic 
Printing Co., printers] 1880. 8vo, 236 pages. 

Notes on the ancestry of Major Wm. Roe VAN VOOR- 
HIS of Fishkill, Dutchess co., N. Y. By his grandson, 
Elias W. Van Voorhis of New York City. For private 
circulation only. 1881 8vo, 239 pages, portraits, views, 
index. 

A genealogy or family history of the VAN VOORHEES 
family in America, or the descendants of Steven Coerte 
Van Voorhees, who emigrated from Holland in 1660 
and settled at Flatlands, L. L, and from whom all in this 
country are descended that write their names Voorhees, 



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Voorhies, Voorheis, Voorhis, Vorhes, Voris, Vorus or 
Vores, either with or without the prefix " Van." By 
E. W. Van Voorhis. 1888. 4to, 725 pages, full index. 

Genealogy of the VAN WAGENEN family, from 1650 to 
1884. * * * Containing the first three generations 
of the family complete, and then following down the 
descendants of Aart Van Wagenen [of Kingston, N. Y., 
1720], the grandson of the first settler of the name in 
America. By Gerrit Heubert Van Wagenen of Rye, 
Westchester co., N. Y. Printed for private distribution. 
New York: 1884. 8vo, 69 pages, two indexes. 

The book of the VARIAN family [principally devoted to 
the descendants of Isaac Varian of New York City, 
1720]. With some speculations as to their origin, etc. 
By Sam. Briggs. Cleveland, Ohio: 1881. 8vo, 102 
pages, edition of 100 copies, portraits, views, index. 

A discourse commemorative of John Riley VARNEY. 
Preached at the First church. Dover, N. H., May 5, 
1882. By his pastor. George B. Spalding, D. D. Pub- 
lished by his friends. Dover. N. H. : 1882. 8vo, 19 
pages ; appended are two pages of genealogical matter. 

The VASSALLS of New England and their immediate 
descendants. * * * By E. D. Harris of Cambridge, 
Mass. Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, printer, 1862. 8vo, 
26 pages. 

VASSALL pedigree. 1500 to 1890. [By Rev. William 
Vassall, rector of Wear-Gifford in Devonshire. Eng.j 
Oblong 4to, 8| X 13I inches, 9 leaves. 

Reminiscences of the VAUGHAN family, and more par- 
ticularly of Benjamin Vaughan, LL. D. By John H. 
Sheppard, A. M. With a few additions, a genealogy 
and notes. Boston: David Clapp & Son, printers, 1865. 
8vo, 40 pages. 



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VAUGHAN chart. By W. K. Watkins. 

The VERNON family and arms. * * * By Harrison 
EUery of Boston, Mass. [Reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register for July, 1879.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

The history of Abraham Isaacse VER PLANCK and his 
male descendants in America. By William Edward Ver 
Planck. Fishkill Landing, N. Y. : 1892. 8vo, 306 
pages. 

John VIALL of Swanzey, Mass., and some of his descend- 
ants. By David Jillson. Reprinted from the Narra- 
gansett Historical Register. Providence, R. L: 1885. 
8vo, 37 pages. 

VICKERS or Vickery family [of Hull, Mass., 1679, and 
the Lombard family. Reprinted from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell, 
printer, 1864]. 8vo, 5 pages. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Peter VILAS. Com- 
piled by C. H. Vilas. Madison, Wis. : published by the 
editor, 1875. 8vo, 221 pages. 

The VINTON memorial, comprising a genealogy of the 
descendants of John Vinton of Lynn, 1648; also genea- 
logical sketches of several allied families. * * -)= 
With an appendix, containing a history of the Braintree 
Iron Works, and other historical matter. By John 
Adams Vinton. Boston: published by S. K. Whipple 
& Co., 1858. 8vo, 536 pages (paged 5324-6), of which 
236 were also issued separately. 

VOORHEES. Line of descent [of Louis Bevier Voorhees 
from Coert Alberts Van Voorhees]. 1896. 8vo. 6 pages. 

The WADE genealogy, being some account of the origin 
of the name * * * and genealogies of the families 
of Wade in Massachusetts and New Jersey, to which are 
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added many miscellaneous pedigrees. * * * Com- 
piled by Stuart Charles Wade. New York : [press of 
Am. Publishing Co., of Perth Amboy, N. J.] 1900. 8vo, 
96 pages. 

Two hundred and fifty years of the WADSWORTH fam- 
ily in America. By Horace Andrew Wadsworth. Law- 
rence, Mass. : printed at the Eagle Steam Printing 
Roo;ns, 1883. 8vo, 257 pages, portraits. 

WAGENSELLER History. By George W. Wagenseller. 
Middleburgh, Pa.: 1897. Broadside, 15x21 inches, re- 
printed from the Middleburgh newspaper, superseded by 
next title. 

The history of the WAGENSELLER family in America, 
with kindred branches. [Descendants of Christopher 
Wagenseil of Phila., Pa., 1734.] Edited and compiled 
by Geo. W. Wagenseller. * * * Middleburgh, Pa. : 
Wagenseller Pub. Co., 1898. i2mo, 225 pages, 14 plates, 
index. 

The WAITE family of Maiden. By Deloraine P. Corey. 
[Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register.] 
Maiden, Mass. : printed for private distribution, 1878. 
8vo, II pages. 

The WAITE family of Boston, Mass. By Henry E. 
Waite of West Newton, Mass. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for 1878. 8vo, 4 pages. 

A genealogical sketch of a branch of the Wait or WAITE 
family of America. [Descendants of Thomas Waite of 
Portsmouth, R. I.] By D. Byron Waite. Canadice, 
N. Y. : 1893. i6mo, 22 pages, portrait. 

WAKEFIELD memorial, comprising an historical, genea- 
logical and biographical register of the name and family 



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of Wakefield [mostly descendants of John of Boston, 
Mass., 1 651]. Compiled by Homer Wakefield, M. D. 
Bloomington, 111. : privately printed for the compiler [by 
Pantagraph Printing Co.] 1897. 8vo, 363 pages (paged 
114-352), 37 illustrations, 4 indexes, edition 500 copies. 

The WAKEMAN genealogy. [Descendants of John of 
New Haven, 1640.] By Robert P. Wakeman. Meriden, 
Ct. : Journal Pub. Co., 1900. 8vo, 400 pages, 45 illustra- 
tions. 

The genealogy and biography of the WALDOS of Amer- 
ica, from 1650 to 1883. Compiled by Joseph D. Hall, 
Jr. Danielsonville, Conn. : press of Scofield & Hamil- 
ton, 1883. 8vo, 145 pages, portraits, views, index. 

Four generations of the WALDO family in America. By 
Waldo Lincoln. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, 
and Gen. Register. Boston: David Clapp & Son. 1898. 
8vo, 21 pages, 2 plates, index added. 

John WALDRON of Dover, N. H., and his descendants. 
[By Rev. A. H. Quint] Dover, N. H. : 1879. 8vo, 10 
pages. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Timothy WALES of 
Connecticut, together with the counsels and directions 
of Ebenezer Wales, Esq., to his children. [By Rev. Mr. 
Whittemore.] Brooklyn: press of H. M. Gardner, Jr., 
^^75- 56 pages, edition destroyed by fire, only a few were 
saved, one of which is in possession of Edward H. Wales, 
Hyde Park, N. Y. 

Memorial of the WALKERS of the old Plymouth colony, 
embracing genealogical and biographical sketches of 
James of Taunton, Philip of Rehoboth, William of East- 
ham, John of Marshfield, Thomas of Bristol, and of their 
descendants, from 1620 to i860. By J. B. R. Walker. 



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Northampton: Metcalf & Co., printers, 1861. 8vo, 451 
pages, indexes, 19 portraits. 

x\ record of the WALKER families of Shirley, Mass., and 
their descendants. [By Seth Chandler.] Reprinted from 
the History of Shirley. Fitchburg. Mass. : 1887. 8vo, 
60 pages. 

The story of my ancestors in America [Philip WALKER 
of Rehoboth, Mass., 1653; Thomas Sawyer of Lancaster, 
Mass.. 1648; Samuel Gile of Newbury, Mass., 1640, and 
William Gilkey of Leicester, Mass.. 1733]. By Rev. 
Edwin Sawyer Walker, A. M. Chicago: David Oli- 
phant, printer. 1895. 8vo, 72 pages, portraits, index. 

Lewis WALKER of Chester Valley [Pa., 1687] and his 
descendants ; with some of the families with whom they 
are connected by marriage. 1686-. * * * i^y 
Priscilla W'alker Streets. Phila. : Alfred J. Ferris, printer, 
T896. 8vo. 443 pages, 2 illustrations. 

Dr. ]\Iichael WALLACE and Elizabeth Brown [of Vir- 
ginia. Printed about 1870]. Chart. 10x12. 

The life and times of Judge Caleb WALLACE, sometime 
a justice of the court of appeals of Kentucky, by William 
H. Whitsett. Louisville, Ky. : John P. Morton Co., pub- 
lishers. 1888. 4to, 150 pages, has 8 pages of genealogy. 

Descendants of Henry WALLBRIDGE, who married Anna 
Amos, Dec. 25, 1688, at Preston, Conn. With some notes 
on the allied families. * * * Compiled bv William 
Gedney Wallbridge. Litchfield, Conn. [Phila., Pa.: 
Franklin Printing Co.] 1898. 4to, 369 pages, 65 illus- 
'■rations, indexes. 

Genealogical chart showing the descent [from W^illiam 
Walton of New York, 1698] and alliances from the 



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colonial period of the issue of Cruger, son of Henry 
WALTON. By Bentley D. Hasell. * * * New 
York: 1897. Lithographed chart, 18 x 30 inches. 

The WALWORTHS of America, comprising five chap- 
ters of family history, with additional chapters of gene- 
alogy- [Descendants of Wm. Walworth of Fishers 
Island, 1689.] By Clarence A. Walworth. Albany, 
N. Y. : published by the Weed-Parsons Printing Co., 
1897. 8vo, 196 pages, portraits, views, indexes. 

History of the WANTON family of Newport, R. L Bv 
John Russell Bartlett. Prov. : S. S. Rider, 1878. 4to, 
152 pages, edition of 250 copies. 

WARD family; descendants of William Ward, who set- 
tled in Sudbury, Mass., in 1639. With an appendix, 
alphabetically arranged, of the names of the families that 
have intermarried with them. By Andrew Henshaw 
Ward. A. M. Boston : published by Samuel G. Drake, 
1851. 8vo, 265 pages. 

A memoir of Lieut. -Colonel Samuel WARD, First Rhode 
Island Regiment, Army of the American Revolution; 
with a genealogy of the Ward family [descended from 
John of Newport, R. I., 1673]. By John Ward. New 
York [reprinted from the New York Gen. and Biog. 
Record for July, 1875] • 1875. 8vo, 20 pages, portrait, 



Chart of the descendants of Thomas and Elizabeth WAR- 
DFLL [of Boston, Mass., 1634]. 1897. Broadside, 
24 x 38 inches. 

Journal of an expedition against Quebec, in 1775, under 
Col. Benedict Arnold. By Joseph Ware of Needhamt. 
Mass. To which is appended notes and a genealosrv 
of the WARE family. * * * Published for Joseph 



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Ware, grandson of the journalist. Boston: Thomas 
Prince, printer, 1852. 8vo, 24 pages. 

The descendants of Robert WARE of Dedham, Mass. 
[1642. By Emma F. Ware.] Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Jan. and Oct., 1887. 
8vo, 47 pages, plate. 

Genealogy of the descendants of Joseph WARE of Fen- 
wick Colony, N. J., 1675. Compiled by Franklin Ware 
of \\'oodbury, N. J. Philadelphia, Pa. : Ware Bros. 
Print. [1891]. 8vo, 31 pages. 

Descendants of Elisha W^ARE of Wrentham, Mass. [born 
1715, great-grandson of Robert W^are of Dedham, 1642], 
to Jan. ist, 1896. [By F. W. Mann. Milford, Mass.: 
1896.] i2mo, 8 pages and folded chart, 6 illustrations. 

The WARFIELDS of Maryland. By Joshua Dorsey War- 
field. Baltimore, Md. : 1898. 

A short history of the WARINGS. [Descendants of 
Richard of Boston, Mass., 1664, Benjamin of Charleston, 
S. C, 1691, and the Warings of Herfordshire, Eng.] By 
R. N. Waring. Tyrone, Pa.: [printed by the Herald], 
1898. 4to, 60 pages, indexed, 18 pages of charts. 

The posterity of William WARNER, one of the early set- 
tlers of Ipswich, Mass., with particulars of their estates, 
location, etc., from town records, registries of probate 
and deeds and old family records. By Edward Warner, 
civil engineer. Boston : [reprinted from the New Eng, 
Hist, and Gen. Register], 1866. 8vo, 4 pages. 

Genealogical account of a branch of the descendants of 
Mark WARNER, grandson of William Warner, who 
came from England to Ipswich, Mass., in the year 1637. 
Prepared by Oliver Warner. Boston : Wright & Potter, 
printers, 1872. 8vo, 13 pages. 



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Genealogy of WARREN, with some historical sketches. 
By John C. Warren, M. D. Boston: printed by John 
Wilson & Son, 1854. 4to, 113 pages. 

Genealogy [in one line] of the WARREN family, from 
Richard, who came in the Mayflower in 1620, to 1872. 
Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, 1874. 8vo, 7 pages. 

The autobiography and genealogy of William Wilkins 
WARREN. Printed for family distribution. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. : John Wilson & Son, 1884. 8vo, 59 pages. 

Class memoir of George Washington WARREN, with 
American and English ancestry. By T. C. Amory. Bos- 
ton: 1886. 8vo, 120 pages. 

A genealogy of one branch of the WARREN family, with 
its intermarriages, 1637-1890. [Descendants of Jacob 
Warren, early of Chelmsford, Mass.] Compiled for 
Moses Conant Warren by Emily Wilder Leavitt. 
Printed for private circulation. Boston: 1890. 8vo, 128 
pages. 

The WARRENS of Williamsburg. Mass. [Ancestry ot 
Henry Mather Warren of Phila., 1894.] Chart, 2x3 
feet. 

The WARREN — Clarke genealogy. A record of persons 
related within the sixth degree to the children of Samuel 
Dennis Warren and Susan Cornelia Clarke. By Rev. 
Charles White Huntington. Privately printed. Cam- 
bridge: John Wilson & Son, University Press, 1894. 
4to, 238 pages, 2 portraits. 

The WARRINER family of New England origin, being a 
history and genealogy of William Warriner, pioneer set- 
tler of Springfield, Mass. * * * ^yj^j^ other families 
in America bearing the same name. By Rev. Edwin 



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Warriner. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, 1899. 
8vo, 287 pages, 100 portraits, indexes. 

A sermon preached at the celebration of the centennial 
birthday of Mrs. Phebe WASHBURN, at Lenox, 
Mass., February 19, 1867. By Rev. George Mure Smith. 
Pittsfield, Mass. : Chickering & Axtell, printers, 1867. 
8vo, 15 pages. 

The WASHBURN family. Descendants of John of Ply- 
mouth, Mass., and William of Stratford, Conn., and 
Hempstead, L. I. Compiled by W. C. Sharpe. Sey- 
mour, Conn. : Record Print, 1892. 8vo, 16 pages. 

Genealogical notes of the WASHBURN family, with 3. 
brief sketch of the family in England, containing a full 
record of the descendants of Israel Washburn of Rayn- 
ham [Mass.], 1755-1841 [and his descent from John of 
Duxbury, Mass., 1631]. Arranged by Mrs. Julia Chase 
Washburn. [Lewiston, Me. : press of Journal Co.], 1898. 
8vo, 104 pages, no index. 

Facsimiles of the memorial stones of the last English an- 
cestors of George WASHINGTON in the parish church 
of Brington, Northamptonshire, England ; permanently 
placed in the state house of Massachusetts. Boston : 
William White, printer to the State, 1862. Folio, 15 
pages. 

A preliminary investigation of the alleged ancestry of 
George WASHINGTON, first president of the United 
States of America, exposing a serious error in the exist- 
ing pedigree. By Joseph Lemuel Chester. Reprinted 
from the Herald and Genealogist, London, and the Her- 
aldic Journal, Boston. Boston : H. W. Button & Son, 
printers, 1866. 8vo, 23 pages. 

The pedigree and history of the WASHINGTON family. 
* * * By Albert Welles. N. Y. : 1879. 8vo, 370 
pages, plates. 



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The maternal ancestry and nearest of kin to WASHING- 
TON. A monograph. [By N. R. Ball.] Washington, 
D. C. : 1885. Svo, 28 pages, chart of the Ball family of 
Virginia. 

An examination of the English ancestry of George 
WASHINGTON, setting forth the evidence to connect 
him with the Washingtons of Sulgrave and Brington. 
By Henry F. Waters, A. M. Reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for October, 1889. Bos- 
ton: 1889. 8vo, 53 pages, map, folding chart. 

The WASHINGTONS and their connection with Warton 
[one of the homes of the family in England. With pedi- 
gree of the family.] By Henry Whitman. Damrell & 
Upham, Boston ; E. & J. L. Milner, Lancaster, Eng. : 
1890. 8vo, 18 pages. 

Experimental pedigree, of the descendants of Lawrence 
WASHINGTON, 1635-1677, of Virginia. By Rev. 
Horace Edwin Hayden, M. A., of Wilkes Barre, Pa. Re- 
printed from "Virginia Genealogies," 1891. Svo, 6 
pages. 

A genealogical history beginning with Colonel John 
WASHINGTON, the emigrant and head of the Wash- 
ington family in America. Edited and compiled by 
Thornton Augustin Washington. Washington, D. C. : 
press of McGill & Wallace, 1891. 8vo, 71 pages. 

The WASHINGTON family. Reprinted from the 
" Writings of Washington." Edited by Worthington 
Chauncey Ford. New York: 1893. 8vo, 115 pages. 

Ancestry of the WATERS family of Marietta, Ohio. [De- 
scendants of Richard Waters of Salem, Mass., 1636. 
By Wilson Waters.] Printed privately [press of J. 
Mueller & Son, Marietta, Ohio] : 1882. 8vo, 31 pages. 



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plate of arms; pages 28-31 contain the descendants of 
John Richmond of Taunton, Mass., 1643. 

A catalogue of the descendants of Thomas WATKINS of 
Chickahomony, Va., who was the common ancestor of 
many of the families of the name in Prince Edward, 
Charlotte and Chesterfield counties, Va. By Francis N. 
Watkins of Prince Edward co., Va. Printed for private 
circulation. New York: John F. Trow, printer, 1849. 
i2mo, 50 pages. 

A catalogue of the descendants of Thomas WATKINS of 
Chickahomony, Va. ; who was the common ancestor of 
many of the families of the name jn * * * Virginia. 
By Francis N. Watkins of Prince Edward co., Va. 
Henderson, N. C. : Ludington & Aycock, printers, 1888. 
8vo, 42 pages. 

A biographical sketch of Elkanah WATSON. * * * 
With a brief genealogy of the Watson family, early set- 
tled in Plymouth colony. By Wm. R. Deane. * * * 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. 
Albany: J. Munsell, 1864. 8vo, 16 pages. 

John WATSON of Hartford, Conn. [1644], and his de- 
scendants. A genealogy by Thomas Watson. [Pre- 
pared by D. Williams Patterson.] New York: printed 
[by J. M. Bradstreet & Son] for the U. Q. Club, 1865. 
8vo, 47 pages. 

History and genealogy of the WATSON family, descend- 
ants of Matthew Watson, who came to America in 171 8 
[and settled in Leicester, Mass.]. Compiled by Mrs. 
Julia Draper (Watson) Bemis and Alonzo Amasa Bemis, 
D. D. S. Spencer, Mass.: 1894. 8vo, 163 pages. 

George WAY and his descendants, historical and genea- 
logical. Their connection with the early Penobscot 



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(Pejepscot) Grants, and the famous lawsuits resulting 
therefrom, 1 628-1 821. By C. Granville Way. Boston: 
printed for the author by E. P. Whitcomb, 1887. 8vo, 
23 pages. 

The WEARE family of Hampton, N. H., and North Yar- 
mouth, Me. By William M. Sargent. Old Times 
office, Yarmouth, Me. : 1879. 8vo, 8 pages. 

The WEAVER family of New York City. By Isaac J. 
Greenwood. [Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register.] 1893. 8vo, 13 pages. 

Genealogical notes of the WEBB family. By Edward 
Stanley Waters. Reprinted from the Essex Institute 
Historical Collections. Salem, Mass. : 1880. 8vo, 24 
pages. 

Genealogical sketch of the descendants of several branches 
of the WEBBER family who came to New York and New 
England in the early part of the 17th century. Com- 
piled from authentic sources by A. Button. East Sagi- 
naw, Mich. : printed by h. S. Laing, 1878. 8vo, 42 page§. 

Descendants of Andrew WEBBER, 1763- 1845 [born in 
Methuen, Mass., grandson of Edward Webber of Ips- 
wich, Mass., 1703]. Compiled by Lorenzo Webber. 
Portland, Mich. : Doremus & Mauren, 1897. i2mo, 54 
pages. 

WEBSTER genealogy. [Descendants of Gov. John 
Webster of Connecticut, 1656. By Noah Webster. 
1863.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

WEBSTER genealogy. Compiled and printed for pre- 
sentation only, by Noah Webster. New Haven: 1836. 
With notes and corrections, by his great-grandson, Paul 
Leicester Ford. Brooklyn, N. Y. : privately printed, 
1876. 4to, 9 pages. 



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Genealogy of some of the descendants of John WEBSTER 
of Ipswich, Mass., in 1635. The earlier families com- 
piled by Wm. B. Lapham and the later by J. O. Webster, 
M. D. Augusta, Me. : press of Charles E. Nash, 1884. 
8vo, 14 pages. 

Genealogy of one branch of the WEBSTER family, from 
Thomas Webster, Ormesby, co. Norfolk, Eng. [whose 
son Thomas settled in Hampton, N. H.]. Compiled by 
Prentiss Webster. Lowell, Mass. : printed by Edward 
T. Rowell, * * * 1894. 8vo, 45 pages. 

Genealogy of the family of George WEEKES of Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1635-1650: with some information in re- 
gard to other families of the name. By Robert D. 
Weekes. Newark, N. J. : press of L. J. Hardham, 1885. 
8vo, 468 pages, index, portraits. 

Report of the WEEKS family meeting for the centennial 
celebration of the settlement of Holland Weeks in Salis- 
bury, Vt. Middlebury, Vt. : Register Co.. printers, 1888. 
8vo, 20 pages. 

Leonard WEEKS of Greenland, N. H., and descendants, 
1 639- 1 888. With early records of families connected, 
including the following names: Bailey, Bartlett. Brack- 
ett, Burley, Chapman, Chesley, Clark, Eastman, Folsom, 
Fowler, French, Frost. Haines, Hilton, Home, Lane, 
March. Mead, Moody, Moore, Philbrick, Pickering, Per- 
kins, Rollins, Sanborn, Scammon, Thompson, Wiggin 
and Wingate. By Rev. Jacob Chapman. Albany, N. Y. : 
Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 1889. 8vo, 202 pages, 
3 portraits, i view, 3 indexes. 

Genealogy of the family of George WEEKES of Dor- 
chester, Mass. Part H. Comprising ancient history 
of this and other British families, with additional history 
of American families. By Robert D. Weekes. New- 



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ark, N. J.: press of L. J. Hardham, 1892. 8vo, 174 
pages. 

Sketch of the family of John Paul WEITZEL of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1742. By Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden. Wilkes 
Barre, Pa. : issued to solicit further data of publication, 
1 88 1. 8vo, 9 pages. 

The WEITZEL memorial. Historical and genealogical 
record of the descendants of Paul Weitzel of Lancaster, 
Pa., 1740. Including sketches of the families of Allen, 
Byers, Bailey, Crawford, Davis, Hayden, McCormick, 
Stone, White, and others. By Rev. Horace Edwin 
Hayden. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: [E. B. Yordy, printer], 
1883. 8vo, 81 pages, index. 

A few facts concerning Roger WELLINGTON [of 
Watertown, Mass.], and some of his descendants. [By 
Mrs. Adaline W. Griswold of Belmont, Mass.] Boston: 
Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 1892. 4to, 26 pages. 

Genealogy and history of the WELLMANS of New Eng- 
land. By James Wellman. Salem: printed at the 
Observer office, 1867. i2mo, 68 pages. 

A brief general history of the WELLES or Wells family. 
By Albert Welles. New York: Narine & Co., printers, 
1848. 8vo, 27 pages, relating to the English ancestors 
of Thomas of Hartford, 1635. 

Genealogy of the WELLS family of Wells, Me. [Descend- 
ants of Thomas Wells of Ipswich, Mass., 1635, through 
his son John.] By Charles K. Wells. Milwaukee: press 
of Burdick & Armitage, 1874. 8vo, 81 pages (paged 
43 + 38). 

History of the WELLES family in England; with their 
derivation in this country from Gov. Thomas Welles of 



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Connecticut. By Albert Welles. * ^ ^ With an 
account of the Welles family in Massachusetts by Henry 
Winthrop Sargent of Boston. Boston : John Wilson 8i 
Son, printers, 1874. 8vo, 127 pages. 

History of the WELLES family in England and Nor- 
mandy, with the derivation from their progenitors of 
some of the descendants in the United States. * * * 
By Albert Welles. * * * New York: 1876. 8vo, 
312 pages. 

William WELLS of Southold, N. Y., and his descendants, 
A. D. 1638 to 1878. By the Rev. Charles Wells Hayes. 
* * * Buffalo, N. Y. : Baker, Jones & Co., printers, 
1878. 8vo, 300 pages, views, arms, 2 indexes of given 
and surnames. 

WELLES family. [Descendants of Gov. Thomas Welles 
of Hartford, Conn., 1636.] Compiled by Henry Stod- 
dard Ruggles. 1892. Chart, 20x30 inches. 

List of ancestors and descendants of John Howell WELLES 
of Gilead parish, Hebron, Ct., grandson of Thomas Wells 
of Saybrook, Ct., 171 2. [By John H. Welles. Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1898.] Chart, 17x28 inches. 

John WELTON and his wife, Mary Upson, who came 
from England about 1667 and settled in Waterbury, 
Conn., 1679. [By John Welton.] Chart, 22 x 23 inches. 

The direct ancestry of the late Jacob WENDELL of Ports- 
mouth, N. H., with a prefatory sketch of the early Dutch 
settlement of the Province of New Netherland. 1614- 
1664. By James Rindge Stanwood. Boston, Mass. : 
special limited edition, David Clapp & Son, 1882. 8vo, 
49 pages, plates, arms. 

A genealogical and biographical account of the descendants 
of William WENT\\^ORTH, one of the first settlers of 



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Dover, N. H. [By John Wentworth.] Boston: pub- 
lished by S. G. Drake, 1850. 8vo, 20 pages, superseded 
by the later work. 

The WENTWORTH genealogy, comprising the origin of 
the name, the family in England, and a particular ac- 
count of Elder William Wentworth, the emigrant, and 
of his descendants. By John Wentworth, LL. D., of 
Chicago, 111. * * * For private family distribution 
only: 1870. 2 vols., 8vo, 1426 pages (paged 547 + 879). 

The WENTWORTH genealogy; English and American. 
By John Wentworth, LL. D., of Chicago, 111. Boston, 
Mass.: Little, Brown & Co., 1878. 3 vols, 8vo, 2279 
pages (38-1-711 + 803 +-727) ; a few copies of the first 38 
pages, relating to the Enghsh families of Wentworth, 
were issued in separate form. 

Incidents in the life and times of Stukeley Westcote 
[WESTCOTT], with some of his descendants. By J. 
Russell Bullock. 1886. 8vo, 161 pages, superseded by 
the 2d edition. 

Some incidents in the life and times of Stukelev Westcote 
[WESTCOTT of Providence, R. I., 1638], and some of 
his descendants. 1592- 1886. By J. R. Bullock. Pri- 
vately printed: 1890. 8vo, 200 pages, edition 50 copies. 

The descendants of Edmund WESTON of Roxbury, 
Mass., for five generations. By Thomas Weston, Jr. 
Boston: George E. Littlefield, 1887. 8vo, 23 pages. 

The WETMORE family of America [descendants of 
Thomas Whitmore of Wethersfield, Conn., 1639], and 
its collateral branches ; with genealogical, biographical 
and historical notices. By James Carnahan Wetmore. 
Albany: Munseh & Rowland, 1861. 8vo, 670 pages. 



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The family record. Devoted for 1897 to the Sackett, the 
Weygant and the Mapes famihes. [Descendants of 
Simon Sackett of Newton, Mass., 1630; Michael Wey- 
gant of Newburgh, N. Y., 1709, and Thomas Mapes of 
Southold, N. Y., 1681.] Published monthly by C. H. 
WEYGANT. Newburgh, N. Y. : 1897-8. 4to, 12 num- 
bers, monthly, 148 pages. 

History of the Palatine family of WEYGANDT * * ♦ 
in America. By Charles H. Weygant. Newburgh, N. J. : 
Journal Printing House, 1899. 8vo, 37 pages (paged 
65 to 102), 2 portraits. 

Genealogy of the WHARTON family of Philadelphia, 
1664 to 1880. By Anne H. Wharton. * * * Phila- 
delphia: 1880. 8vo, 134 pages. 

WHEELER and Warren families. Descendants of George 
Wheeler of Concord, Mass., 1638, through Deacon 
Thomas Wheeler of Concord, 1696. and of John Warren 
of Boston, Mass., 1630, through Ebenezer Warren of 
Leicester, Mass., 1744. Compiled by Henry Warren 
Wheeler. Albany, N. Y. : Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers, 
1892. 8vo, 121 pages, portraits. 

American ancestors of the children of Joseph and Daniella 
WHEELER, of whom we have records [descendants of 
Moses Wheeler of New Haven, Conn., 1638]. * * * 
Compiled by Joseph and Daniella Wheeler. * * * 
Wheeler, Ala. : [1896]. 8vo, 24 pages. 

Genealogv of some of the descendants of Obadiah 
WHEELER of Concord [Mass., 1641], and Thomas 
Thaxter of Hingham [1638]. By Henry M. Wheeler. 
Worcester, Mass. : Franklin P. Rice, publisher, 1898. 
8vo, 74 pages, indexed, edition of 75 copies, gives one 
line of descendants only. 



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Mr. Ralph WHEELOCK, puritan. A paper read before 
the Conn. Historical Society, Nov. 7, 1899. By Rev. 
Lewis W. Hicks, M. A. With an appendix [of genea- 
logical notes] by Thomas S. Wheelock. Hartford, Conn. : 
The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1899. 8vo, 51 
pages, not a genealogy. 

A frontier family [a history of Rev. John WHEEL- 
WRIGHT of New England, 1636, and some of his de- 
scendants]. By Edmund March Wheelwright. Cam- 
bridge : John Wilson & Son, University Press [reprinted 
from the publications of the Colonial Society of Mass.], 
1894. 4to, 35 pages, edition no copies. 

A brief genealogy of the WHIPPLE family. [Descend- 
ants of Matthew and John of Ipswich, Mass., 1638.] 
Compiled for Oliver Mayhew Whipple, Esq., of Lowell. 
[Compiled by John H. Boutelle of Woburn. Printed by 
E. D. Green & Co., Lowell :] 1857. 8vo, 36 pages. 

A brief genealogy of the WHIPPLE families, who settled 
in Rhode Island. In two parts. [Mainly the descendants 
of John of Providence, 1658.] By Henry E. Whipple. 
Providence, R. I. : A. Crawford Greene, printer, 1873. 
8vo, 63 pages, index of given names. 

Inquiries relating to the ancestors and descendants of Job 
WHIPPLE of Cumberland, Rhode Island and Green- 
wich, Washington co., N. Y. Compiled and published 
by Frank V. McDonald, Harvard law student. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. : University Press, John Wlison & Son, 
1 88 1. 4 to, 46 pages, portraits. 

Memorial of the WHITCOMB and Pierce families. [De- 
scendants of John Whitcomb of Dorchester, Mass., 1633, 
and Josiah Pierce of Waltham, Mass., 1740.] Com- 
piled by William Frederic Whitcomb. Boston: 1888. 
8vo, 23 pages, full index, coats of arms. 
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WHITCOMB memorial. Ancestry and descendants of 
Col. Jonathan Priest Whitcomb [descendants of John 
of Dorchester and Lancaster, Mass., 1633-1654]. By 
J. B. Whitcomb, Berkeley, Cal. San Francisco : pub- 
li.shed privately, 1893. 8vo, 32 pages, portraits. 

Memorials of Elder John WHITE, one of the first settlers 
of Hartford, Conn., and of his descendants. By Allyn S. 
Kellogg. Hartford : printed for the family, by Case, 
Lockwood & Co., i860. 8vo, 322 pages. 

The descendants of William WHITE of Haverhill, Mass. 
Genealogical notices by Hon. Daniel Appleton White. 
Boston: printed by John Wilson & Son, 1863. 8vo, 47 
pages, superseded by the later work. 

The descendants of Thomas WHITE of Marblehead, and 
Mark Haskell of Beverly, Mass. With brief notices of 
the Coombs family. Compiled by Perley Derby of 
Salem, Mass. Boston : press of David Clapp & Son, 1872. 
8vo, 81 pages. 

A genealogical record of the family of WHITE [descend- 
ants of Ezekiel White of Douglass, Mass., born 1707, 
and his ancestry traced to William White, who came 
from England in 1620]. By John Bartlett White of 
East Killingly, Conn. Danielsonville : Greenslitt & Ham- 
ilton, printers, 1878. i2mo, 44 pages. 

Account of the meeting of the descendants of Col. Thomas 
WHITE of Maryland. Held at Sophia's Dairy on the 
Rush river, Md., June 7, 1877. Including papers read 
on that occasion, together with others referred to and 
since prepared. [By Rev. Wm. W. Bronson.] Phila. , 
1879. Folio, 211 pages, arms. 

Memoir of Brig. Gen. Anthony Walton WHITE of the 
Continental army. [With an appendix of genealogical 



387 

notes.] Compiled by Anna M. W. Woodhull of Free- 
hold, N. J. 1882. 8vo, II pages, portrait. 

Ancestry of the children of James William WHITE, M. D. 
With accounts of the families of White, Newby, Rose, 
Cranmer, Stout, Smith, Stockton, Leeds, Fisher, Gardi- 
ner, Mathews, Elton, Revell, Stacye, Tonkin, McLorinan, 
Dowse, Jewett, Hunt, Reddinge, Isbell and Griswold. 
Compiled by William Francis Cregar. Phila. : 1888. 
8vo, 194 pages. 

The descendants of William WHITE of Haverhill, Mass. 
[1640]. Genealogical notices. By Daniel Appleton 
White, 1863. Additional genealogical and biographical 
notices. By Annie Frances Richards. * * * Am. 
Printing and Engraving Co., Boston, Mass. : 1889. 8vo, 
80 pages, 18 plates. 

1632- 1 892. Memorials of Roderick WHITE and his wif?, 
Lucy Blakeslee, of Paris Hill, N. Y., with some account 
of their American ancestors and a complete record of the. ' 
descendants. By Andrew C. White. Ithaca, N. Y. ; 
printed for the family by Andrus & Church, 1892. 8vo, 
32 pages, index. 

Ancestral chronological record of the William WHITE 
[of the Mayflower] family, from 1607-8 to 1895. [By 
Thomas and Samuel White.] Concord: printed by the 
Republican Press Assoc, 1895. 8vo, 393 pages, 39 plates. 

Report of the reunion of John WHITE'S descendants at 
Salem Willows, Mass., on Sept. i, 1897. Arranged by 
the secretary. Haverhill, Mass. : press of Chase Brothers, 
1898. 8vo, 22 pages, John White came to Salem in 1638, 
edition 1500 copies. 

John WHITE of Watertown and Brookline [1639] ^"^ 
some of his descendants. By Thomas J. Lothrop. Bos- 



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ton, Mass. : reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. 
Register, 1898. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Memoir of Rev. Samuel WHITING, D. D., and of his wife, 
EHzabeth St. John; with references to some of their Eng- 
Hsh ancestors and American descendants [and other Whit- 
ings and Whitons of Mass., Conn, and Virginia]. By 
WilHam Whiting. Fifty copies printed, not pubUshed. 
Boston: printed by Rand, Avery & Co., 1871. 8vo, 334 
pages, a 2d edition was issued in 1873. 

Genealogical notes of the WHITING family. [Descend- 
ants of William of Hartford, Conn., 1632. By Andrew 
Fuller Whiting of Hartford.] 1888. 8vo, 8 pages. 

Memoir of John WHITMAN and his descendants. By 
Ezekiel Whitman. Portland: printed by Charles Day 
& Co., 1832. 8vo, 44 pages, superseded. 

History of the descendants of John WHITMAN of Wey- 
mouth, Mass. By Charles W. Farnam, A. M. New 
Haven : Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, 1889. 8vo, 
1 26 1 pages. 

Record of the descendants of Francis WHITMORE of 
Cambridge, Mass. Compiled by W. H. Whitmore. 
Boston : printed for private circulation only, by John 
Wilson & Son, 1855. 8vo, 24 pages, reprinted with ad- 
ditions from Brook's History of Medford, Mass. 

WHITMORE tracts. A collection of essays on matter of 
interest to persons bearing the name. By William H. 
Whitmore, F. R. S. Boston, Mass. : 1875. 8vo, 79 
pages (paged 12 -f- 4 + 8 4-47+ '8) mostly reprints of 
articles from various works. 

A brief account of the descendants of John and Elinor 
WHITNEY of Watertown, Mass. [By H. A. Whit- 



389 

ney.] Reprinted, with additions, from the New Eng. 
Hist, and Gen. Register. Boston: Henry W. Button & 
Son, printers, 1857. 8vo, 26 pages. 

A branch of the WHITNEY family. [By L. M. Harris, 
Boston.] Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen 
Register for July, 1858. 8vo, 7 pages. 

Memoranda relating to the families of the name of 
WHITNEY in England. [By Henry A. Whitney. 
Boston: 1859.] Folio, 11 pages. 

Incidents in the life of Samuel WHITNEY, born in Marl- 
borough, Mass, 1734. Died at Castine, Me., 1808. To- 
gether with some account of his descendants, and other 
family memorials. Collected by his great-grandson. 
Henry Austin Whitney. Boston: printed for private 
distribution [Riverside Press], i860. Folio, 142 pages, 
edition 125 copies. 

The WHITNEY family of Connecticut, and its affiliations ; 
being an attempt to trace the descendants, as well in the 
female as male lines, of Henry Whitney, from 1649 to 
1878. To which is prejfixed some account of the Whit- 
neys of England. By S. Whitney Phoenix. New York : 
privately printed, 1878. 3 vols., 4to, 2762 pages, edition 
510 copies. 

Some of the descendants of John and Elinor WHITNEY 
who settled in Watertown, Mass., in 1635. Compiled by 
William L. Whitney. Pottsville, Pa.: H. E. Miller, 
printer, 1890. 8vo, loi pages, private edition of 100 
copies. 

Whitney. The descendants of John WHITNEY, who 
came from London, Eng., to Watertown, Mass., in 1635. 
By Frederick Clifton Pierce. Chicago, 111. : press of W. 
B. Conkey Co., 1895. 8vo, 692 pages, 90 illustrations, 
indexes. 



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The ancestry of John WHITNEY, who, with his wife, 
Elinor, and sons, '"'■ * * 1635, settled in Water- 
town, Mass. * * * By Henry Melville. New 
York : De Vinne Press, 1 896. 8vo, 295 pages. 

A Watertown farm in eight generations. A memorial of 
the WHITNEY family. By William H. Whitney. 
Cambridge, Mass.: 1898. 8vo, 156 pages, indexed. 

A genealogy of four branches of the WHITTEMORE 
family ; including the original Whittemore family of Hit- 
chin, Eng., and a brief lineage of other branches. [By 
B. B. Whittemore.] Nashua, N. H. : B. B. & F. P. 
Whittemore, printers, 1880. 8vo, 48 pages, see next 
title. 

Genealogy of several branches of the WHITTEMORE 
family. By B. B. Whittemore. Nashua, N. H. : F. P. 
Whittemore, printer, 1890. 8vo. 106 pages, see next. 

A genealogy of several branches of the WHITTEMORE 
family. * * * Revised edition. By B. B. Whitte- 
more. Nashua, N. H. : Francis P. Whittemore, printer, 
1893. 8vo, 132 pages. 

Genealogy of two branches of the WHITTIER family, 
from 1620 to 1873. By D. B. Whittier, Boston, Mass. 
Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, printers, 1873. 8vo, 22 
pages, with a folding chart 1 7 x 24 inches, some copies 
of which were issued separately. 

1622. Genealogy of the WHITTIER family. 1882. 
[Descendants of Thomas of Salisbury, Mass., 1645.] 
Compiled and arranged by Charles Collyer Whittier. 
Boston, Mass. : Heliotype Printing Co., 1882. Chart, 
30 X 43 inches. 

Genealogical notes and errata. Communicated by Mrs. 
Caroline H. Dall to the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg- 



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ister, April, 1873. The WHITTINGHAM family. 
Boston, Mass. : reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register, 1873. 8vo, 7 pages. 

The WHITTINGHAM genealogy and William Clarke's 
statement. By Mrs. Caroline H. Dall of Georgetown, 
D. C. [Reprinted from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg- 
ister for January, 1880.] 8vo, 3 pages. 

Memorial of the WHITTLESEY family in the United 
States. [Descendants of John of Saybrook, Conn., 
1664.] Published by the Whittlesey Association. 
[Hartford, Conn.: Case, Tiffany & Co., printers], 1855. 
8vo, 125 pages, accompanied by a large folding tabular 
pedigree chart. 

Address of Elisha WHITTLESEY, delivered at a meeting 
of the Whittlesey family, which convened at Saybrook, 
Conn., Sept. 20th, 1855. Washington, D. C. : 1855. 
8vo, 22 pages. 

Asaph WHITTLESEY, late of Tallmadge, Summit co., 
Ohio. Vesta Hart Whittlesey and Susan Everett Whit- 
tlesey, nee Fitch. Cleveland, Ohio: 1872. 8vo, 14 
pages. 

Military record of the descendants of John WHITTLE- 
SEY and Ruth Dudley, who were married at Saybrook, 
Conn., June 20, 1664. Cleveland, Ohio: Fairbanks. 
Benedict & Co., printers, 1874. 8vo, 14 pages. 

•Genealogy of the Whittelsey- WHITTLESEY family. 
[Descendants of John of Saybrook, Conn., 1664.] Com- 
piled and published by Charles Barney Whittelsey. Hart- 
ford, Conn. : [Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard 
Co.], 1898. 8vo, 414 pages, indexed, illustrated. 

WICKHAM. [A brief genealogical sketch of the descent 
of H. J. and C. H. Wickham, from Thomas of Wethers- 



:,Q2 

field. Ct.. 1658. and the Wickhams of England. By C 
A- Hoppin, Jr. Hartford, Ct. : 1899. 8vo. 12 pages. 



Charles E. WIGGIX. 1 813-1888. [With a histon- of 
the descendants of Gov. Thomas Wiggin of Dover. N. H. 
1631.] 16010, 148 pages. 

Prospectus of the WIGGIX genealogy. [Issued by a 
coomiittee appointed at the reunion of the descendants 
of Gov. Thomas Wiggin in 1895.] 1896. 8vo. 14 
pages, portraits, map. 

The WIGHT family. Memoir of Thomas Wight of Ded- 
ham. Mass.. with genealogical notices of his descendants 
from 1637 to 1840. By Danforth Phipps Wight, M. D. 
Boston: press of T. R. Mar\-in, 1848. i2mo. 119 pages, 
superseded by next title. 

The Wights. A record of Thomas WIGHT of Dedham 
and Medfield. and of his descendants. 1635-1890. By 
\\"illiam Ward Wight, one of his descendants. Mil- 
waukee: Swain & Tate, printers. 1890. 4to. ^^j pages. 

Genealogical record of the WILBUR family. [Descend- 
ants of Samuel of Boston, 1633.] Compiled by -\sa 
Wilbur of Boston. Boston, Mass. : printed [by Rand, 
Avery & Frye] for the family. 1871. i2mo. 89 pages. 

Life of Lafayette WTLBL'R t autobiography) and family 
genealog].-. By Lafayette Wilbur. Jericho, Vt : 1881. 
i2mo. 75 pages, edition 130 copies. 

The WTLCOX family. By W. H. Whitmore. [From 

the Xew Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for Jan., 1875.] 

Boston: printed by Da\-id Qapp & Son, 1875. 8vo, 8 
pages. 



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William Alonzo WILCOX [and his ancestry, traced to 
Edward Wilcox of Rhode Island in 1638]. From the 
Luzerae. Pa., L^al Register, Jime 17, i&S/. 8vo. 11 
pages. 

The descendants of William WILCOXSON [of Stratford, 
Conn.. 1639, ancestor of the Wilcoxsons of btratford 
and the Wilcox family of Madison and KiliingT;s-orth, 
Conn.] : Vincent Meigs [of Guilford, Conn., 1650. from 
whom are descended the ^leigs of Philadelphia, New 
York Citj' and Madison, Conn.], and Richard Webb 
[of Stamford. Conn.. 1655. ancestor of the Wd>b family 
of Stamford and New York Citv]. Compiled by Prof. 
Rej-nold Webb Wilco.x. New 'York: T. A. Wright, 
printer, 1893. 8yo, 82 pages (, paged 75 + 7), indexed, 4 
portraits. 

Book of the WILDERS. A contribution to the history of 
the \\'ilders, from 1497, in England, to the emigration of 
Martha, a widow, and her family, to Massachusetts 
Bay in 1638. and so through her family down to 1875. 
* '* * By Rey. Moses H. Wilder. New York: 
printed by Edward O. Jenkins for the compiler. Brook- 
hm, X. Y. : 1878. Svo. 394 pages, arms, indexes. 

Memoirs of the WILKIXSOX family in America- Com- 
prising genealogical and biographical sketches of Law- 
rence Wilkinson of Proyidence, R. L: Edward Wilkin- 
son of Xew ^lilford. Conn. : John Wilkinson of Attle- 
borough. Mass. : Daniel Wilkinson of Columbia co.. X. Y., 
etc, and their descendants, from 1645- 1868. ^7 R^"^*- 
Israel WiUdnson, A. :M. Jacksonyille. IH. : Dayis & Pen- 
niman, priters. 1869. 8yo, ^8^, pages, indexes, arms. 

WTLLARD memoir; or hfe and times of Major Simon 
Willard: with notices of three generations of his de- 
scendants. * * * By Joseph Willard. Boston: 
Phillips. Sampson & Co., 1858. 8yo, 471 pages. 



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WILLARD memoir. Sketch of the life of Major Simon 
Willard, with notices of some of his descendants to the 
ninth generation. Compiled by D. H. Willard. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio: press of R. Clarke & Co., 1879. ^^o, 10 
pages. 

Family memorial of Darius WILLEY [of Campton, 
N. H., 1769] and wife, with their children, August 15, 
1865. (Printed for the use of the family.) San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. : Bacon & Co., printers, 1868. 141 pages; 
the genealogical portions are superseded by the Willey 
genealogy. 

Preliminary outline of the descendants of Isaac WILLEY 
of New London, Conn. By Henry Willey of New Bed- 
ford. New Bedford, Mass. : E. Anthony & Sons, print- 
ers and publishers, 1886. 8vo, 15 pages, superseded by 
the next work. 

Isaac WILLEY of New London, Conn. [1645], ^"^ his 
descendants. By Henry Willey. New Bedford, Mass. : 
printed for the author, 1888. 8vo, 187 pages (paged 
6+ 166 -I- 17), indexed, edition 200 copies. 

The genealogy and history of the family of WILLIAMS 
in America, more particularly of the descendants of Rob- 
ert Williams of Rockbury. By Stephen W. Williams, 
M. D., A. M., etc. Greenfield: printed by Merriam & 
Mirick, 1847. i2mo, 424 pages. 

The WILLIAMS family, tracing the descendants of 
Thomas Williams of Roxbury, Mass. [born 1745, a de- 
scendant of Robert of Roxbury, 1638]. Compiled by 
George Huntington Williams, with a preface by Prof. 
S. Wells Williams, LL. D. Boston : printed for private 
distribution, 1880. 15 pages, reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, with a four-page preface 
added. 



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The WILLIAMS family, tracing the descendants of Eze- 
kiel WilHams of Roxbury, Mass. Compiled by Thomas 
W. Seward, Utica, N. Y. Boston, Mass.: printed for 
private distribution [reprinted from the New Eng. Hist 
and Gen. Register for 1882], 1882. 8vo, 17 pages. 

The surnames and coats of arms of the Williamses, with an 
account of Robert WILLIAMS of Roxbury, Mass., and 
some of his descendants. Compiled by A. D. Weld 
French. Privately printed. Boston: T. R. Marvin & 
Son, printers, 1886. 8vo, 28 pages. 

The descendants of Veach WILLIAMS of Lebanon, 
Conn. [1727] ; also the ancestry of Lucy Walsworth. 
his wife. By Alexander Hamilton Wright. New Haven. 
Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1887. 8vo, 187 
pages, index (paged 128 + 35 + 24). 

The Groves and Lappan (Monaghan co., Ireland). An 
account of a pilgrimage thither in search of the geneal- 
ogy of the WILLIAMS family. By John Fletcher Wil- 
liams, sec. Minn. Hist. Society. Privately printed for 
the family. St. Paul, Minn. : 1889. 8vo, 68 pages. 

Ancestry of thirty-three Rhode Islanders (born in the eigh- 
teenth century). Also twenty-seven charts of Roger 
WILLIAMS' 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., and of 
certain military officers, divines, physicians, authors, 
lawyers, merchants, etc. By John Osborne Austin. Al- 
bany. N. Y. : published by Joel Munsell's Sons, 1889. 
4to. 139 pages. 

Robert WILLIAMS of Roxbury. Mass. [1637], and his 
descendants. Four generations. By Edward H. Wil- 



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Hams, Jr., of Bethlehem, Pa. Newport, R. I. : reprinted 
from the Magazine of New England History, 1891. 8vo, 
29 pages. 

Genealogy of Samuel WILLIAMS of Grafton, N. H. 
[1789]. Fifth in descent from Richard Williams of 
Taunton [Mass., about 1636]. By Josiah H. Drummond. 
Portland, Me. : Smith & Sale, printers, 1899. 8vo, 20 
pages. 

A brief of the lineage of the descendants of William WIL- 
LIAMSON of Thornbury township, Chester Co., Pa. 
By Edward H. Williamson. Philadelphia: 1884. 8vo, 
8 pages. 

The WILLIAMSON and Cobb families in the lines of 
Caleb and Mary (Cobb) Williamson of Barnstable, Mass.. 
and Hartford, Conn., 1896. Compiled by Frank Farns- 
worth Starr for James J. Goodwin. Hartford, Conn. : 
[printed by the University Press at Cambridge, Mass.], 
1896. 8vo, 66 pages. 

Genealogical records of the WILLIAMSON family in 
America. [Descendants in one line of Willem Willem- 
sen of Gravesend, L. I., 1683.] Tracing the wives back 
to the earliest settlers. Compiled by James A. Williamson 
of the sixth generation. Wyoming, N. J.: 1896. 8vo, 
2Z pages. 

WILLIS genealogy. Traced from the " Genealogical 
Register," volume II. Published by Rev. Abner Morse. 
Taking the first male in nine successive generations. 
[By N. W. Willis.] Printed for the family, 1863. 8vo. 
8 pages. 

The WILLIS family of Virginia. By Byrd Charles Willis 
and Richard Henry Willis. Richmond, Va. : Whittet 
and Shepperson, 1898. 8vo, 156 pages. 



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Report to the WILLOUGHBY association, U. S. A., 
made by Columbus Smith, A. D. 1864. * * * Like- 
wise several genealogies of different branches of the fam- 
ily in America [descendants of Joseph of New London, 
Conn., d. 1751] and England. Middlebury: printed at 
the Register Office, 1864. 8vo, 28 pages. 

[Report to the WILLOUGHBY Association. By Co- 
lumbus Smith. 1866.] 8vo, 13 pages. 

The WILLOUGHBY family of New England. By Isaac 
J. Greenwood. Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and 
Gen. Register for January, 1876. New York: one hun- 
dred copies privately printed, 1876. 8vo, 15 pages. 

The descendants of Margaret Locke, third wife of Dep. 
Gov. Francis WILLOUGHBY. By Col. Joseph L. 
Chester, LL. D., of London, Eng. Reprinted from the 
New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for January, 1881. 
8vo, 7 pages. 

Suggestions and inquiries respecting the ancestry of Col. 
William WILLOUGHBY. By Mrs. Edward Elbridge 
Salisbury. New Haven, Conn.: 1885. 8vo, 11 pages. 

Report to the WILSON Association, U. S. A., made by 
H. O. Smith, A. D. 1866. Containing reports and in- 
formation which has been collected from various sources 
relative to the Wilson property in England, and several 
pedigrees of different branches of the Wilson family in 
America. Published by order of the Wilson Associa- 
tion. Middlebury: Register Printing Establishment, 
1866. 8vo, 28 pages. 

The genealogy of the family of Elihu Parsons WILSON 
of Kittery, Me. Born 1769, died 1834. [And of the 
family of Nathaniel Wilson of Kittery. Born 1760, 
died 1841.] By Fred A. Wilson. Nahant, Mass.: 
1894. 8vo, 63 pages (paged 38 and 25). 



398 

The early history of the WILSON family of Kittery, Maine. 
By Fred A. Wilson. Lynn, Mass. : John Macfarlane & 
Co., printers, 1898. 8vo, 98 pages. 

Genealogy of the family of WINCHELL in America ; em- 
bracing the etymology and history of the name, and the 
outlines of some collateral genealogies. By Alexander 
Winchell, LL. D. * * * Ann Arbor: Dr. Chase's 
Steam Printing House, 1869. 8vo, 271 pages. 

John WINCHESTER, 161 6- 1694, a settler of New Eng- 
land, and one line of his descendants. By George R. 
Presson. San Francisco, Cal. : Pacific Press Co., 1897. 
8vo, 45 pages. 

Pedigree of the WINDER family of Maryland and other 
states in America. By F. A. Winder. Portsmouth, Eng- 
land : 1896. Chart, 18 x 24 inches. 

Not published — printed for circulation among the WIN- 
FIELD family. From the Cleveland Herald, July 21, 
1882. Birthday anniversary of Aunt Katy Burgess. 
[Descendants of Abraham Winfield of Montague, N. J.] 
1882. 8vo, 16 pages. 

A historical and genealogical register of John WING of 
Sandwich, Mass., and his descendants, 1632-1881. By 
Conway Phelps Wing, D. D. Carlisle, Pa.: 1881. 
i2mo, 334 pages, superseded by 2d edition below. 

WING family. By W. H. Whitmore, A. M., of Boston. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 
1884. 8vo, 4 pages, not a genealogy. 

A historical and genealogical register of John WING of 
Sandwich, Mass., and his descendants, 1 632-1 881. By 
Rev. Conway P. Wing, D. D. Second edition. New 
York: The DeVinne Press, 1888. 4to, 581 pages, por- 
traits. 



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History of the WINGATE family in England and Amer- 
ica, with genealogical tables. Compiled by Charles E. 
L. Wingate. Published by James D. P. Wingate, Ex- 
eter, N. H., 1886. 8vo, 293 pages, plates, arms, indexes. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Kenelm WINSLOW 
through James Winslow of Falmouth, Me., 1728. By 
D. P. Holton. New York: 1877.] Chart, 14x26 
inches. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Kenelm WINSLOW 
through Joseph Winslow of Swansey, Mass., 1727. By 
D. P. Holton. New York: 1877.] Chart, 14x26 
inches. 

[Radial chart of descendants of Kenelm WINSLOW 
through Shadrach Winslow of Foxboro, Mass., 1780. 
By D. P. Holton. New York: 1879.] Chart, 17x28 
inches. 

WINSLOW memorial ; family records of Winslows and 
their descendants in America, with the English ancestry 
as far as known. * * * YqI j Yq] jj gy David 
Parsons Holton, A. M., M. D. * * * New York: 
D. P. Holton, M. D., publisher, 1877- 1888. 2 vols. 8vo, 
656 + 840 pages. 

A genealogical account of the ancient WINSOR family 
in the United States. [Descendants of Joshua of Provi- 
dence, R. I.] Collected principally from records in the 
several branches thereof, introduced by an account of 
their progenitors in the male line, for several genera- 
tions previous to the emigration to America. By the 
late Olney Winsor. Providence: published by L. W. 
Winsor, 1847. 8vo, 12 pages. 

Notes on the WINTHROP family and its English con- 
nections before its emigration to New England. By 



400 

William H. Whitmore. Reprinted, with additions, from 
the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register. Albany: J. 
Munsell, 1864. 8vo, 10 pages. 

Pedigree of the family of WINTHROP : lords of the manor 
of Groton, co. Suffolk, Eng. : afterwards of Boston and 
New London, in New England. Printed for private 
reference only, with a view to correction and addition. 
[By Robert C. Winthrop.] Cambridge: press of John 
Wilson & Son, 1874. 8vo, 38 pages. 

Some account of the early generations of the WIN- 
THROP family in Ireland. Privately printed. For 
correction and additions. Cambridge, Mass. : John Wil- 
son & Son, 1883. 8vo, 24 pages. 

A short account of the WINTHROP family. [Beginning 
with Adam Winthrop, 1498. By Robert C. Winthrop, 
Jr.] Privately printed for convenient reference. Cam- 
bridge: John Wilson & Son, 1887. 4to, 16 pages. 

A brief history of Jacob WISMER [of Bucks co., Pa., 
1726] and a complete genealogical family register. 
* * * By Rev. A. J. Fretz of Milton, N. J., with an 
introduction by Eli Wismer of Plumstead, Pa. Elkhart, 
Ind. : Mennonite Publishing Co., 1893. i2mo, 372 pages, 
1 2 portraits and views, full index. 

The WISWALL family of America. Four generations 
[of descendants of Thomas of Dorchester, Mass., 1635]. 
By the Rev. Anson Titus of Amesbury, Mass. Reprinted 
from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1886. 8vo, 
4 pages. 

Genealogy of a part of the WODELL family, 1640- 1880. 
By Eli Wodell. [Fall River : 1880.] 8vo, 100 pages. 

Memorial of Henry WOLCOTT, one of the first settlers 
of Windsor, Conn., and some of his descendants. By 



401 

Samuel Wolcott. Printed for private distribution. 
New York: A. D. F. Randolph & Co., 1881. 4to, 439 
pages, portraits, edition of 300 copies. 

A centennial memorial of Christian and Anna Maria 
WOLFF, March 25, 1863. With brief records of their 
children and relatives [descendants of George Michael 
Wolff of Pennsylvania, 1739. By George Wolff Fahne- 
stock. Philadelphia: 1863. 8vo, 8 and 113 pages, edi- 
tion 100 copies. 

A genealogy of one branch of the WOOD family [de- 
scending from William of Concord], from 1638 to 1870. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. : Edgar Darbee, printer, 1871. i2mo, 
26 pages. 

A family history. Composed and read by Ephraim WOOD 
of Chicopee, Mass., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson 
Wood, at the 50th anniversary of his parents' wedding 
[June II, 1883, at Beacon Falls, Conn.]. Printed at the 
Record office, Seymour, Conn.: 1883. i2mo, 3 pages. 

Brief history of the descendants of Thomas WOOD and 
[of Littleton and Framingham, Mass.]. Compiled by 
Amasa Wood. Worcester, Mass. : printed by Daniel 
Seagrave, 1884. 8vo, 34 pages. 

Descendants of the brothers Jeremiah and John WOOD 
[of Littleton and Farmingham, Mass.]. Compiled by 
William S. Wood, Supt. City Schools, Seymour, Ind. 
Worcester, Mass. : press of Charles Hamilton, 1885. 
8vo, 292 pages, indexes, portraits. 

The WOODBRIDGE family. By Miss Mary K. Talcott. 
Reprinted from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register 
for 1878. 8vo, 7 pages. 

The WOODBRIDGE record, being an account of the de- 
'^♦'scendants of the Rev. John Woodbridge of Newbury, 
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Mass. [1634]. Compiled from the papers left by the 
late Louis Mitchell, Esquire. [By Donald G. Mitchell.] 
Privately printed at New Haven, Conn, [by Tuttle, More- 
house & Taylor], 1883. 4to, 272 pages, edition of 200 
copies, 2 indexes. 

A contribution to the history of the ancient family of 
WOODBURY. By Robert S. Rantoul. [Reprinted 
from the Historical Collections of Essex Institute, 1887.] 
8vo, 42 pages, relates to the origin of the family. 

A list of some of the descendants of Mr. Edward WOOD- 
MAN, who settled at Newbury, Mass., A. D. 1635. 
Compiled by Joshua Coffin. Printed for Cyrus Wood- 
man (of Mineral Point, Wis.), at the Unien Job Office, 
Newburyport, Mass.: 1855. i6mo, 16 pages. 

A list of the descendants of Mr. Joshua WOODMAN, 
who settled at Kingston, N. H., about 1736. By J. H. 
Woodman. From the press of J. Griffin, Brunswick, 
Me. : 1856. 8vo, 54 pages. 

The WOODMANS of Buxton, Me. * * * [and 
their descent from Edward of Newbury, Mass., 1635]. 
By Cyrus Woodman. Boston: printed for private use, 
by David Clapp & Son. 1874. 8vo, 125 pages. 

Genealogy of the WOODWARD family of Chester county, 
Pa., with an appendix giving a brief account of the Wood- 
wards of some other portions of the United States. Com- 
piled by Lewis Woodward, M. D. Wilmington, Del. : 
printed by Ferris Bros., 1879. 8vo, 114 pages, index. 

Descendants of Samuel WOODWARD of Bristol, Me. 
[Born 1750, descendant of Walter of Scituate, Mass., 
1 64 1.] Compiled by Frank E. Woodward. Reprinted 
from the Maine Hist, and Gen. Recorder. Portland, 
Me. : 1887. 8vo, 14 pages, edition 50 copies. 



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Descendants of John WOODWARD of Lisbon, Maine 
[1777]. By Frank E. Woodward, Maiden, Mass. [Port- 
land, Me. : reprinted from the Me. Hist, and Gen. Re- 
corder, vol. 9, 1898.] 8vo, 23 pages, edition 25 copies. 

Descendants of Walter WOODWORTH of Scituate, Mass. 
[1635]. By W. A. Woodworth. White Plains, N. Y. : 
1898. 8vo, 142 pages (paged 8+134). 

The descendants of Richard and Hannah Higgins WOOL- 
WORTH, who landed at Newbury, Mass., 1678, and 
removed to Suffield, Conn., in 1685. Compiled by Char- 
lotte R. Woolworth, assisted by her daughter Josephine 
L. Kimpton. New Haven, Conn. : [press of Clarence H. 
Ryder], 1893. 8vo, 209 pages. 

The WORCESTER family; or the descendants of Rev. 
William Worcester [of Salisbury, Mass., 1638], with a 
brief notice of the Connecticut Wooster family. Col- 
lected by J. F. Worcester. Lynn, Mass. : W. W. Kel- 
logg, printer, 1856. 8vo, iii pages. 

Some records of persons by the name of WORDEN, par- 
ticularly of over one thousand of the ancestors, kin and 
descendants of John and Elizabeth Worden of Washing- 
ton CO., Rhode Island [1769. Descendants of Peter 
Worden of Lynn. Mass., 1639]. * * * By O. N. 
Worden. Lewisburg, Pa. : press of J. R. Cornelius, 
1868. 1 2mo, 164 pages. 

A genealogical sketch of the WORTHINGTON and Plas- 
kitt families, with others [of Maryland. By Joshua Plas- 
kitt]. Baltimore, Md. : 1886. 8vo, 20 pages. 

The genealogy of the WORTHINGTON family. [De- 
scendants of Nicholas of Saybrook, Ct., 1649.] By 
George Worthington. [Cleveland, Ohio:] 1894. 8vo, 
489 pages, edition 100 copies, privately printed. 



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Genealogy of Lieut. Abel WRIGHT of Springfield, Mass. 
By Rev. Stephen Wright of Glens Falls, N. Y. [Re- 
printed from the New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register for 
January, 1881.] 8vo, 8 pages. 

Ancestral line of Stephen Mott WRIGHT from Nicholas 
Wright, the colonial ancestor. Compiled by Henry Whit- 
temore. New York : [reprinted from Heroes of the 
Revolution], 1899. 8vo, 24 pages, edition 100 copies. 

The ancestry of Margaret WYATT, wife of Matthew Allyn 
* * * of Windsor, Conn. [By C. K. Bolton. Bos- 
ton: 1898.] Chart, 21 X 39 inches. 

WYLIE genealogy. [Descendants of William of Missouri, 
1838.] Compiled by E. G. Wylie. St. Louis, Mo. : 1899. 
Broadside, 13 x 16 inches. 

WYLIE genealogy. [Descendants of William of Missouri, 
1838.] By E. G. Wylie. St. Louis, Mo.: A. Noble 
Printing Co., 1900. i2mo, 32 pages, index, portraits. 

[The WYMAN family. Collected by T. B. Wyman, Jr., 
of Charlestown, Mass. Boston : reprinted from the New 
Eng. Hist, and Gen. Register, 1849.] 8vo, 6 pages. 

Genealogy of the WYMAN family, from its first settle- 
ment in America to the present date, August, 1880. [De- 
scendants of John and Francis of Woburn, Mass., 1640.] 
Collected by T. B. Wyman of Charlestown, Mass., and 
Benj. F. Wyman of Lancaster, Mass. Published by 
J. H. Wyman. Burlington, Iowa : [Chas. I. Barker, 
printer] 1880. 8vo, 22 pages. 

Some account of the WYMAN genealog}^ and Wyman 
families in Herts county, Eng. [Ancestors of John and 
Francis of Woburn, Mass., 1640.] By Horace Wyman, 



405 

Worcester, Mass. : published by F. S. Blanchard & Co., 
1897. 8vo, 39 pages, 24 views. 

WYNKOOP family: a preliminary genealogy. By Rich- 
ard Wynkoop of the city of New York. New York: 
press of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, 1866. 8vo, 34 pages, 
superseded by the later edition. 

WYNKOOP genealogy in the United States of America 
[descendants of Peter of New Netherland, 1639] ; also a 
table of Dutch given names. By Richard Wynkoop of 
New York. Second edition. New York : press of Wyn- 
koop & Hallenbeck, 1878. 8vo, 130 pages, arms. 

Chart of the descendants of David and Ann YALE. By 
Elihu Yale of Cheshire, Conn. 1850. 27x40 inches. 
Superseded by next title. 

The YALE family, or the descendants of David Yale [of 
New Haven, Conn., 1637], with genealogical notices of 
each family. By Elihu Yale, one of the descendants. 
New Haven: Storer & Stone, printers, 1850. 8vo, 201 
pages. 

Genealogy of the YARDLEY family, 1 402-1 881. By 
Thomas W. Yardley. Philadelphia : W. C. Schofield, 
printer, 1881. 8vo, 257 pages. 

YEAGER family. Allentown, Pa. : 1889. 8vo, 221 pages, 
written in German. 

Sir George YEARDLEY of Yardley, governor and cap- 
tain-general of Virginia, and Temperance (West), Lady 
Yeardley and some of their descendants. By Thomas 
Teackle Upshur, Nassawaddox, Northampton co., Va. 
[Reprinted from the American Historical Magazine, 
Nashville, Tenn., for October, 1896.] 4to, 36 pages. 

The YORK family {from Richard of Dover, N. H., 1648]. 
By William M. Sargent. Reprint from the Maine Hist. 



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and Gen. Recorder. Portland, Me.: 1885. 8vo, 22 
pages. 

Fragmentary records of the YOUNGS, comprising, in ad- 
dition to much general information respecting them, a 
particular and extended account of the posterity of 
Ninian Young, an early settler of East Fallowfield town- 
ship, Chester co.. Pa. By I. Gilbert Young, M. D. 
Philadelphia: 1869. 8vo, no pages. 

YOUNG family tree. [Descendants of Michael Cadet 
Young of Brunswick co., Va., 1731. By Capt. C. D, 
Cowles. Washington, D. C. : 1895.] Lithograph, 
16 X 20 inches. 

The Brigham YOUNG family [tracing his ancestry to Wm. 
Young of Nottingham, N. H. By Mrs. Susa Young 
Gates. Provo, Utah: Skelton, Maeser & Co., printers, 
1897]. Broadside, 11 x 17 inches. 

Genealogy and biographical sketches of the YOUNGMAN 
family. [Descendants of Francis Youngman of Rox- 
bury, Mass., 1685.] By David Youngman, M. D., of 
Boston, Mass. Boston: press of G. H. Ellis, 1882. 8vo, 
26 pages. 

Rev. Christopher Youngs and Pastor John Youngs. 
Thomas YOUNGS of Oyster Bay, L. I., and his de- 
scendants. [By Daniel K. Youngs.] Jamaica, N. Y. : 
printed by Charles Welling, 1890. 8vo, 142 pages. 



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