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From July 1, 1926 to June 30, 1928 


of the 




From July 1, 1926 to June 30, 1928 


Librarian Carrie L. Broughton 

Chief Assistant Pauline Hill 

Senior Assistant Mrs. Aline Weathers Fleming 

Senior Library Aid Margaret Birdsong 




To the Hon. Angus Wilton McLean, Governor; Hon. J. A. Hartness, 
Secretary of State, and Mr. A. T. Allen, Superintendent of Public In- 
struction, as Trustees of the State Library. 

Gentlemen : I take pleasure in submitting to your honorable body, for 
due consideration, the biennial report of the State Librarian of the State 
Library of North Carolina, for a period covering twenty-four months from 
July 1, 1926-June 30, 1928. 

ADDITIONS, 1926-1928 


By purchase 1,394 

By gift 190 

U. S. Government 273 

Received from other states 200 

Bound newspapers 269 

Bound magazines 260 

Total 2,586 

Number of volumes in general library 42,500 

Number of volumes in governments 7,794 

Number of volumes of bound newspapers 5,237 

Number of volumes of bound magazines 5,140 

For lists of newspapers received at State Library see Appendix A. 

For lists of magazines received, see Appendix B. 

For additional Bibliography of North Carolina literature con- 
tinued from previous reports see Appendix C. 

For Bibliography of Genealogical material in State Library see 
Appendix C. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carrie L. Broughton, 

State Librarian. 

Biennial Report of the 



(Abbreviations: d., daily; sw., semi-weekly; m., monthly; bm., bi-monthly; 
tri-w., tri-weekly) 

Albemarle --Stanly News Herald, w. 

Asheville Asheville Citizen, d. 

Asheville Asheville Times, d. 

Asheville Blue Ridge Republican, w. 

Beaufort Beaufort News, w. 

Benson Benson Review, w. 

Boone Watauga Democrat, w. 

Carthage Moore County News, w. 

Chapel Hill Chapel Hill Weekly, w. 

Chapel Hill News Letter, w. 

Charlotte Charlotte News, d. 

Charlotte Charlotte Observer, d. 

Charlotte - Presbyterian Standard, w. 

Clinton Sampson Independent, w. 

Concord Concord Daily Tribune, d. 

Concord Concord Times, sw. 

Conover - Our Church Record, tri-m. 

Cullowhee - Cullowhee Yodel. 

Danbury Danbury Reporter, w. 

Elizabeth City .Daily Advance, d. 

Elizabeth City Independent, w. 

Fayetteville - Fayetteville Observer, d. 

Forest City Forest City Courier, w. 

Greensboro Friends Messenger, m. 

Greensboro — - Greensboro Daily News, d. 

Greensboro Greensboro Daily Record, d. 

Greensboro Greensboro Patriot, sw. 

Greensboro N. C. Christian Advocate, w. 

Greenville Greenville Daily Reflector, d. 

Hendersonville Hendersonville Times, d. 

Hickory Hickory Daily Record, d. 

Hillsboro Orange County Enterprise, w. 

Lenoir Lenoir News-Topic, sw. 

Lexington Dispatch, sw. 

Lincolnton Lincoln County News, sw. 

Louisburg Franklin Times, w. 

Lumberton Robesonian, sw. 

Marshall News Record, w. 

Mocksville Davie Record, w. 

Monroe - Monroe Journal, sw. 

Mooresville Mooresville Enterprise, w. 

State Library 

Morganton Deaf Carolinian, w. 

Morganton News Herald, w. 

Nashville Graphic, w. 

Newbern The New Bernian, d. 

Newbern The Sun Journal, d. 

Newton Catawba News Enterprise, sw. 

Norlina Norlina Headlight, w. 

North Wilkesboro Wilkes Journal, w. 

Oxford Oxford Public Ledger, tri-w. 

Oxford Orphans' Friend, w. 

Pittsboro Chatham Record, w. 

Raleigh Biblical Recorder, w. 

Raleigh News and Observer, d. 

Raleigh North Carolina Odd Fellow, m. 

Raleigh Progressive Farmer, w. 

Raleigh Raleigh Times, d. 

Raleigh Union Herald, w. 

Reidsville - Reidsville Review, tri-w. 

Rich Square Roanoke-Chowan Times, w. 

Sanatorium Sanatorium Sun, m. 

Scotland Neck Commonwealth, d. 

Shelby Cleveland Star, tri-w. 

Siler City Chatham News, w. 

Smithfield Smithfield Herald, sw. 

Statesville Landmark, sw. 

Sylva Jackson County Journal, w. 

Tarboro Daily Southerner, d. 

Tarboro Weekly Southerner, w. 

Thomasville Charity and Children, w. 

Wadesboro - Messenger and Intelligencer, w. 

Warrenton Warren Record, w. 

Williamston - Enterprise, sw. 

Wilmington Wilmington Morning Star, d. 

Winston-Salem Twin City Sentinal, d. ' 

Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Journal, d. 

Atlanta Atlanta Constitution, d. 

Baltimore Baltimore Evening Sun, d. 

Boston Christian Science Monitor, d. 

Boston Boston Transcript. 

New Yoi'k New York Times, d. 

New York New York World, d. 

Richmond, Va Southern Churchman, w. 

Richmond Christian Sun, w. 

Richmond Richmond Times Dispatch, d. 

Washington United States Daily, d. 

Washington Washington Post, d. 

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Agriculture, North Carolina Dept. Conservation and Industry 

of, Bulletin Country Life 

Agricultural Review, North Carolina County Court Note-book 

Dept. of Agriculture Current History 

Alumni News, North Carolina Col- Current Magazine Contents 

lege for Women D. A. R. Magazine 

Alumni Register of Duke University Dearborn Independent 

Alumni Review, University of North Delineator 

Carolina Drama 

American Federalist Education 

American Legion Educational Review 

American Historical Review Engineering News-Record 

American Labor Legislation Review Everybody's Magazine 

A. L. A. Booklist Genealogy Magazine 

A. L. A. Bulletin Good Housekeeping 

American Magazine Harper's Magazine 

American Mercury House and Garden 

Americana House Beautiful 

Annals of the American Academy of Indiana Magazine of History 

Political and Social Science International Studio 

Archive (Duke University) James Sprunt Historical Publications 

Arts and Decoration Jewish Tribune 

Asia Johns Hopkins University Studies in 
Atlantic Monthly Historical and Political Science 

Bnai Brith Magazine Journal of American Genealogy 

Book Review Digest Journal of Home Economics 

Bookman Journal of the Illinois State His- 
Books torical Society 

California News Notes Journal of Negro History 

Canadian Magazine Journal of Pharmacy 

Carolina Magazine Journal of Social Forces 

Carolina Motorist Journal of the Elisha Mitchel 
Carolina-Virginia Retailer Scientific Society 

Carolinian (North Carolina College Journal of National Education 

for Women) Association 

Catholic World Kourier 

Century Ladies' Home Journal 

Collier's Libraries 

Commerce Monthly Librai-y Journal 

Commonweal Library Notes, N. C. C. W. 

Confederate Veteran Literary Digest 

Congressional Digest Literary Review 

Contemporary Review Living Age 

State Library 


Louisiana Historical Quarterly 

Manufacturers' Record 

Maryland Historical Magazine 


Merchants' Journal 

Michigan History Magazine 

Michigan Library Bulletin 



National Genealogical Society 

National Geographic Magazine 
National Republic 
New England Historical and 

Genealogical Register 
New Republic 
New York Genealogical and 

Biographical Record 
Nineteenth Century 
North American Review 
North Carolina Booklet 
North Carolina Health Bulletin 
North Carolina Insurance Bulletin 
North Carolina Library Bulletin 
North Carolina Municipal Review 
North Carolina Teacher 
North Carolina Welfare Progress 

Peabody Journal of Education 
Pennsylvania Magazine 
Pictorial Review 
Pittsburgh Carnegie Library 

Prison News 
Publishers' Weekly 
Raleigh Student 
Readers' Guide to Periodical 

Red Cross Courier 
Research Bulletin of the National 

Education Association 
Review of Reviews 
St. Louis Public Library Monthly 

Saturday Evening Post 
Saturday Review of Literature 
School Life 

School and Society 


Scientific American 

Scientific Monthly 

Scribner's Magazine 

Sewanee Review 

South Atlantic Quarterly 

South Carolina Historical and 

Genealogical Magazine 
Southern Medicine and Surgery 
Southern Textile Bulletin 
Southern Tobacco Journal 
Southern Planter 
Starry Cross 
State School Facts 
Studies in Philogy 

Tarheel Banker 

Tennessee Historical Magazine 
Theosophical Quarterly 
Through the Ages 

Trinity Historical Papers 
Tyler's Quarterly Magazine 
University of North Carolina 

Extension Bulletin 
University of North Carolina 

Utah Genealogical and Historical 

Virginia Magazine 
Virginia Quarterly Review 

Wake Forest Student 
Welfax^e Magazine 
Western Reserve Historical Society 

William and Mary Quarterly 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin 
Woman's Journal 
Woman's Home Companion 
Woman's Press 
World's Work 
Yale Review 

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Bibliography of North Carolina 

Abbott, George and Bridges, A. P. Coquette, a play in three acts. 1926. 
Anderson, Mrs. J. H. North Carolina women of the confederacy. 1926. 
Andrews, R. M. John Merrick, a biographical sketch. 1920. 
Bass, L. D. The carpenter and his friends, n. d. 

Seventh day adventism unmasked, n. d. 
Bassett, J. S., ed. Expansion and reform, 1889-1926. 1926. 

Correspondence of Andrew Jackson. 1927. vol. 3. 
Bond, Christiana. Memories of General Robert E. Lee. 1926. 
Boone, C. C. Congo as I saw it. 1927. 
Boyd, James. Marching on. 1927. 
Boyd, W. K. Some eighteenth century tracts concerning North Carolina. 

Brown, C. R. A working faith. 1926. 
Camak, D. E. June of the hills. 1927. 

Coggins, J. C. Abraham Lincoln, a North Carolinian, with proof. 1927. 
Devin, R. I. History of Grassy Creek Baptist church. 1880. 
Dodd, W. E. Lincoln or Lee, comparison and contrast of the two. 1927. 
Edenton Street M. E. Church, South. Raleigh, N. C. Joseph G. Brown as 

an affectionate tribute, n. d. 
Ellis, W. B. Sanity for sale; the story of the rise and fall of Wm. B. Ellis. 

Foltz, H. W., comp. Descendants of Adam Spach. 1924. 
Fries, A. L., ed. Records of the Moravians in North Carolina. 1926. v. 3. 
Gilbert, Katherine. Studies in recent aesthetic. 1927. 
Gold, Mrs. D. H. Tides of life. 1927. 

Green, Paul. The field of God and in Abraham's bosom. 1927. 
In the valley, and other Carolina plays. 1928. 
Wide Fields. 1928. 
Hamilton, J. G., deR. Henry Ford, the man, the citizen, the worker. 1927. 
Harriss, R. P. Archive anthology. 1926. 
Hawks, F. L. Adventures of the Conqueror of Mexico. 1843. 

Relation of Maryland; reprinted from a London edition 
1635. 1865. 
Helper, H. R. Negroes in Negroland. 1868. 
Henderson, Archibald. European dramatists. 1926. rev. ed. 
Hendrick, B. J. Training of an American; the earlier life and letters of 

Walter H. Page, 1855-1913. 1926. 
Hill Directory Co. Raleigh city directory. 1927. 
Hill, D. H. History of North Carolina in the war between the states. 

1926. 2 v. 
Hogue, M. B. Every other woman. 1927. 
Hood, J. W. Negro in the Christian pulpit. 1884. 
Home, H. H. Jesus as a philosopher. 1927. 

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Home, Mrs. I. C. Romantic rambles. 1926. 

Johnson, G. W. What is news? a tentative outline. 1926. 

The undefeated. 1927. 

Andrew Jackson, an epic in homespun. 1927. 
Kephart, Horace. Our southern highlanders. 1926. rev. ed. 
Knight, E. W. Academy movement in the south, n. d. 
Among the Danes. 1927. 

Leonard, J. C. Centennial history of Davidson county, North Carolina 

Little, Luther. Manse dwellers. 1927. 
Love, A. R. Under the ban. 1926. 
McClenney, W. E. and others. These twain, Willis John Lee and M. J. 

Lee. n. d. 
Moore, Frank, ed. Speeches of Andrew Johnson. 1866. 
Moore, H. C. Points of emphasis. 1927. 

Morrison, Cameron. Public papers and letters, 1921-25. 1927. 
Morrow, D. F. Then and now, reminiscences. 1926. 
News and Observer Year Book. 1928. 
North, C. C. Social differentation. 1926. 
Nye, E. W. Bill Nye's history of England. 1900. 

Bill Nye's history of the United States. 1894. 
Bill Nye's sparks. 1901. 
Bill Nye's remarks. 1900. 
Forty liars and other lies. 1882. 
A guest at Ludlow. 1897. 
Baled hay. 1884. 
Odum, H. W. Sociology and social problems. 1925. 

Rainbow round my shoulder. 1928. 
Olmsted, Stanley. At top of Tobin. 1926. 

Pierson, W. W. Hispanic American history; a syllabus. 1926. 
Potter, Russell. A study of Shakespeare. 1921. 

Robertson, A. T. Some minor characters in the New Testament. 1928. 
Robertson, G. F. The only Nancy; a tale of the Kentucky mountains. 
King John, a tale of the south. 1927. 
Rockwell, K. Y. War letters, 1914-1925. 
Royster, H. A. Appendicitis. 1927. 
Russell, Phillips. Benjamin Franklin, the first civilized American. 1926. 

John Paul Jones, the man of action. 1927. 
Sears, L. M. Jefferson and the embargo. 1927. 
Smith, C. A. Southern literary studies. 1927. 
Staton, K. E. B. Old southern songs. 1926. 

Steiner, J. F. and Brown, R. M. North Carolina's chain gang. 1927. 
Stephenson, G. T. Living trusts. 1926. 
Taylor, C. C. Rural sociology. 1926. 
Tillett, W. F. The paths that lead to God. 1926. 

Providence, prayer and power. 1926. 
Tourgee, A. W. Pactolus Prime. 1890. 
Trogdon, W. F. Trogdon family history. 1926. 

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Upchurch, Mrs. T. B. Meditations, n. d. 

Morning glories, selected poems, n. d. 
Ware, C. C. North Carolina disciples of Christ. 1927. 
Weaver, J. V. A. To youth. 1928. 

Williams, J. A. Selections for devotional exercises. 1927. 
Williams, L. F. and Jordan, W. E. Laboratory manual, n. d. 
Wilson, M. B. The painted city. 1927. 
Wilson, P. M. Southern exposure. 1927. 

Winston, R. W. Andrew Johnson, plebian and patriot. 1928. 
Woolson. C. F. Rodman the keeper. 1886. 







PAULING HILL, Chief Library Assistant 

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The interest in personal and family history has grown so rapidly that 
we are endeavoring to specialize in this department in our library. We now 
have one of the best genealogical collections in the south and to it resort 
daily people from all over the country diligently searching for family 
records and military data to enable them to secure admittance to one of the 
patriotic societies of our country. 

Besides the genealogical material in the State Library the North Carolina 
Historical Commission, which is housed in the same building, has many 
county histories, marriage bonds, deeds, wills, etc. 

The material in both departments is always available to the reseachers. 
However, the staff of both are too limited to permit them to engage in 
private researches. We are always glad to refer our patrons to some 
competent genealogist who will gladly do the work for them. 

In the following pages you will find a complete bibliography of all 
general genealogy, state, county and family histories, military rosters, 
newspaper clippings and magazine articles. 

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American genealogists, a catalogue of family histories. 1895, 1900. 

Bell, H. C. and others. Guide to British West Indian archive materials, 

in London and in the Islands, for the history of the U. S. 1926. 
Connecticut. Historical Society. List of family genealogies in library of 

Conn. Hist. Soc. 1911. 
Duri-ie, D. S. Bibliographic genealogica Americana. 1878. 
Foust, A. B. Guide to material for American history in Swiss and Austrian 

archives. 1916. Contains emigration lists on file in Switzerland. 
Griffin, G. G. Writings in American histoi-y. 1918-1924. 
Illinois. State historical library. List of genealogical works in the Illinois 

State Historical Library. 1914. 
Swem, E. G. Bibliography of Virginia. 1916-1919. 
U. S. Library of Congress. American and English genealogies in the 

Library of congress. 1910. 


Abbott, W. H. Heraldry illustrated. 1897. 

Burke, J. B. St. James magazine and heraldric and historical register. 

Ellis, W. S. Antiquities of heraldry. 1869. 
Porney, M. A. Elements of heraldry. 
Ringrose, J. A. and Berney L. Arms and origin of American colonial 

families. 1910. 


Crozier, W. A. Crozier's general armory; a register of American family 

entitled to coat armor. 1904. 
Fairbairn, J. Fairbairn's crests of the families of Great Britain and 

Ireland. 2v. 4th ed. 1923. 
Heraldric journal, recording the armorial bearings and genealogies of 

American families. 4v. in 1. 1856-1868. 
Vermont, E. de V. America heraldica; coats of arms, crests, and mottoes 

of prominent American families settled in this country before 1800. 1886. 
Washburne, Henry. Book of family crests. 1882. 2v. 
Zieber, E. Heraldry in America. 1895. 


Arthur, W. Etymological dictionary of family and Christian names. 1857. 

Anderson, W. Genealogy and surnames. 

Bardsley, C. W. English surnames, n. d. 

Bowditch, N. I. Suffolk surnames, 2nd ed. 1857. 

Ferguson, R. English surnames and their places in the Teutonic family. 

Guppy, H. B. Homes of family names. 1890. 
Lower, M. A. English surnames. 3d ed. 1849. 2v. 
Yonge, C. M. History of Christian names. 1884. 

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Betham, Sir W. Baronetage of England. 1801-1805. 5v. 
Browning, C. H. Magna Charta barons and their descendants. 1915. 
Burke, J. Genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners. 1836. 4 v. 
Burke, J. and Sir J. B. Encyclopaedia of heraldry; of, General armory 

of England, Scotland and Ireland. 3d ed. 1844. 
Burke, J. and Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct 

and dormant baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland. 1841. 
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the colonial gentry. 

1891-1895. 2v. 
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry 

of Great Britain. 1852, 1900. 
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry 

of Ireland. 1899. 
Burke, Sir J. B. Genealogical and heraldic history of the peerage and 

baronetage, the Privy council, knightage and companionage. 1841, 

1895, 1924. 3v. 
Collins, A. Peerage of England, genealogical, biog. and hist. 1756. 5v. 
Dictionary of national biography. 1885-1904. 63v. Sup. 6v. 
Foster, J. Alumni Osonienses: Members of the University of Oxford, 

1500-1714; their parentage, birthplace, and year of birth, with a record 

of their degrees. 8v. 
Foster, J. London marriage licenses, 1521-1867. 1883. 
Fox-Davies, A. C. Book of public arms; a cyclopaedia of the armorial 

bearings, heraldic devices, and seals, as authorized and as used, of the 

counties, cities, towns and Universities of the United Kingdom. 
French, A. D. W. County records of the surnames of Frances, Francis, 

French, in England, 1100-1350. 1896. 
Lodge, J. Peerage of Ireland. 1754. 2v. 

New peerage; or, present state of the nobility of England. 1769. 2 v. 
Eyre-Todd, G. Highland clans of Scotland. 1923. 
Who's Who. v. 52, 1900; v. 65, 1913; v. 68, 1916; v. 70, 1918; v. 73, 1921; 

v. 76, 1924. 
Who was Who. 1897-1916. 


Amaz, Axel. May Flower and her log, July 15, 1620-May 6, 1621. 1907. 
American Historical Review, v. 1-date; 1895-date. 
American Jewish Society Publications, v. 1-29, 1893-1921. 
Americana, v. 4-10, Jan. 1909-Dec. 1915. 
Americana, v. 12-date, Jan. 1918-date. 

For contents see Genealogical index in library. 
Bolton, C. K. Marriage notices, 1785-1794, for the whole United States. 

Bradford, Gamaliel. Confederate portraits. 1914. 

Sketches of Joseph E. Johnston, James Longstreet, P. G. T. Beauregard, 

Judah P. Benjamin, Alexander H. Stephens, Robert Tombs, and 

Raphael Semnes. 

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Browning, C. H. Americans of royal descent; a collection of genealogies 
of American families whose lineages are traced to the ligitimate issue 
of kings. 1894. 
Browning, C. H. Some "Colonial Dames" of royal descent; pedigrees 
showing the lineal descent from kings of some members of the National 
Society of the Colonial Dames of America and of the order of the 
Crown. 1900. 
Clemens, W. M. American marriage records before 1699. 1926. 
Clemens, W. M. North and South Carolina marriage records before 

1699. 1926. 
Colonial Dames of America, Chapter 1, Baltimore. 

Ancestral records and portraits. 1910. 2v. 
Daughters of American Revolution lineage book. v. 1-1908; v. 3-date, 

Daughters of American Revolution. 

Index of the Rolls of honor (ancestor's index) in the lineage books 
v. 1-40, 1916; v. 41-80, 1926. 
Daughters of the American Revolution magazine, v. 45-date, July 1914-date. 
Daughters of the Revolution. 

Ancestral register of the general society, 1896. 1897. 
Drake, S. G. Result of some researches among the British archives for 

information relative to the founders of New England. 1860. 
Farmer, John. Genealogical register of the first settlers of New England. 

Foust, A. B. Lists of Swiss emigrants in the eighteenth century to the 

American colonies. 1920. 
Fothergill, Gerald. Emigrants from England, 1773-1775. 
New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 
v. 62: 242-253; 320-332. 
v. 63: 16-31; 134-146; 234-244; 342-355. 
v. 64: 18-25; 214-227; 314-346. 
v. 65: 20-35; 116-132; 232-251. 
Fothergill, Gerald. List of emigrant ministers to America, 1690-1811. 

French, Elizabeth, ed. List of emigrants to America from Liverpool, 

New England Historical and Genealogical Register. 
v. 64: 148-166; 252-263; 336-346. 
v. 65: 43-50; 165-174. 
Genealogy. A weekly journal of American Genealogy, v. 1-date, 1912-date. 
Glenn, T. A. Some colonial mansions and those who live in them, 1898- 

v. 1 contains genealogies of Byrd, Stockton, Coates, Pashall, Morris. 
Herrman, Van Renssilair, Page, Carter, Livingston. Carroll, 
Graene, Harrison and Randolph families, 
v. 2 contains genealogies of Washington, Bowne, Rawle, Jefferson, 
Philipie, Wayne, Preston, Shuyler, Macpherson. 

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Gulf States Historical Magazine, 
v. 1-2, 1902-1904. 

Genealogies of the following families are given: v. 1, Fisher, Ross, 
Sanders, Abercrombie, Hayden, Failey. v. 2, Crawford, Walton, 
Winfree, Womack and Brown. 

Gorrie, P. D. Lives of eminent Methodist ministers. 1881. 

Hardy, S. P. Colonial families of the southern states of America. 1911. 

Harper, Mrs. L. Du Puy (Van C.) Colonial men and times containing the 
journal of Col. Daniel Trabue, accounts of his ancestry, life and travels 
in Virginia and the present state of Kentucky during the revolutionary 
period, the Huguenots, genealogy with brief sketches of the allied 
families. 1916. 

Headley, P. C. Public men of today, being biographies of the President 
and Vice President of the U. S., each member of the cabinet, the U. S. 
senators and the members of the house of representatives of the 47th 
congress, the chief justice and the justices of the supreme court of the 
U. S., and of the governors of the several states. 1882. 

Holmes, F. R. Directory of the ancestral heads of New England families, 
1620-1700. 1923. 

Hotten, J. C. Original lists of persons of quality. 1874. 

Hughes, T. P. American ancestry, v. 1-12, 1887-1899. 

v. 1, City of Albany; v. 2, Columbia County, N. Y.; v. 3-12, United States. 

Journal of American genealogy, v. 1-2; 1921-1922. 
For contents see Genealogical index in library. 

Journal of American History, v. 1-19; 1907-1925. 

Landes, J. T. Mayflower descendants and their marriages for two gener- 
ations after landing. 1922. 

Livingston, John, ed. Biographical sketches of eminent American lawyers. 

Portraits of eminent Americans now living, including President Pierce 
and his cabinet. 1854. 

Lookout Magazine. Jan. 3, 1925-date. Contains short sketches of south- 
ern famililes. Index in the Genealogical index in the library. 

Mackenzie, G. N. Colonial families of the United States of America, 
v. 1-2, 1907-11; v. 4-7, 1914-1920. 

Makers of America ;' biographies of leading men of thought and action. 

Men of the south. A work for the newspaper reference library. 1922. 

Mickle, W. E. Well known Confederate veterans and their war records, 
arranged alphabetically. 1915. 

National cyclopedia of American biography, v. 1-19 and index 1892-1920. 
Current v. A-B, 1926-27. 

New England historical and genealogical register v. 1-date. 

Index of persons v. 1-50, 1906-7; index of places v. 1-50, 1908; index of 
subjects v. 1-50, 1911. 

Old northwest genealogical quarterly, v. 1-15, 1898-1912. 

Passenger lists to America (1804). New England Historical and Genea- 
logical Register. 

v. 60: 23-28; v. 61: 265-270; 347-353. 

v. 62: 78-81; 168-171; v. 66: 30-32; 306-308. 

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Pittman, Mrs. H. (D) ed. Americans of gentle birth and their ancestors. 

1903-1907. 2v. 
Press reference library (South West ed.) Notables of the west. 1913- 

1915. 2v. 
Representative men of the south. 1880. 
Researcher. A magazine of history and genealogical exchange, v. 1-date. 

Roberts, C. V. Early Friends of families of Upper Bucks. 1925. 
Rupp, I. D. Collection of upward of thirty thousand names of German, 
Swiss, Dutch, French and other imigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727- 
1776. 1876. 
Savage, James. Genealogical dictionary of New England. 1860-1862. 4v. 
Smith, F. M. Colonial families of America in Journal of American 
Genealogy, v. 1, p. 79-93; 177-192; 269-295. 

Contents: Cary, Dickenson, Loomis, Montgomery, Ball, Dubois, Brad- 
ford, Griffith, Phillips, Horton, Freeman and Wallace famililes. 
Southern Historical Society Publications, v. 1-11, 1897-1907. 
Contains families of: 

v. 1 Lester, Lamar; v. 2 Strother, Gaines; v. 3 Ammonet, Renick; 
v. 4 Nickolson; v. 5 Carrington, Kinsey, Baker, Alston; v. 8 Jones, 
Jameys, Auld; v. 9 Arnold and others. 
Spooner, W. W. Historic Families of America. 1907. 

Contains following families: Van Rensellaer, Dana, King, Carroll, Tal- 
madge, Dwight, Chen, Stuyvesant, Morris, Langdon, Hillhouse, Clarkson, 
Willard, Ewing, Astor, Lee. 
U. S. Secretary of State. Census of pensioners for revolutionary military 

service, with names, ages, and place of residence. 1841. 
U. S. War Department. Pension rolls of the United States. 1820. 
U. S. War Department. Pension rolls of the United States. 1835. 
v. 1 Mae., N. H., Mass., R. I., Conn., Vt. 
v. 2 N. Y., N. J., Penn., Del., Md., Va. 

v. 3 N. C, S. C, Ga., Ky., Tenn., Ohio, La., Miss., Ind., 111., Mo., Ala., 
Territory of Mich., Territory of Ark., Territory of Fla., District of 
U. S. Census Bureau. Heads of families taken at the first census of the 
United States, 1790. 

Conn., Mae., Md., Mass., N. H., N. Y., N. C, Penn., R. I., S. C, Vt., Va. 
Virkus, F. A., ed. Abridged compendium of the American genealogy; first 
families of America; a genealogy encyclopedia of the United States. 
1825-26. 2v. 
Who's Who in America. 1899-1900; v. 4, 1906-date. 
Winthrop, J. History of New England. 1853. 
Wolf, S. American Jew as patriot, soldier, and citizen. 1895. 


National Cyclopedia of the Colored Race. 1919. 
Negro Year Book. An encyclopedia of the Negro. 1912, 1925-26. 
Scott, E. J. Scott's official history of the American Negro in the World 
War. 1919. 

18 Biennial Report of the 

Wilson, J. T. The black phalanx; a history of the Negro soldiers of the 

U. S. in the wars 1775-1812, 1861-65. 1888. 
Woodson, C. G. Free Negro heads of families in the U. S. in 1830. 


Alabama Historical Society. Publications. 1901-1904. v. 1; 4-5. 
Brewer, Willis. Alabama, her history, resources, war record, and public 

men from 1540-1872. 1872. 
Owen, T. M. History of Alabama and dictionary of Alabama biography. 

1921. 4 v. 

Saunders, J. E. Early settlers of Alabama, with notes and genealogies by 
his granddaughter, Mrs. E. S. (B) Saunders. 1899. 


Who's Who in Arizona. 1913. 


Woodruff, W. W. With the light guns in 1861-1865; reminiscences of 11 
Arkansas, Missouri and Texas light batteries in the Civil War. 1903. 


Society of Colonial wars in the state of California. 1895-1898. 3 v. 
Sons of the Revolution, California. Register of members and ancestors, 

1925-1926. 1927. Pam. 
Sons of the American Revolution, California. Addresses delivered before 

the California society and biographical sketches by T. A. Perkins. 1913. 


Orton, R. H., comp. Records of California men in the War of the Rebellion, 

1861-67. 1890. 


Bailey, F. W., ed. Early Connecticut marriages as found on ancient 

church records prior 1800. 1896-1906. 7 v. 
Connecticut (Colony). Public records of the colony of Connecticut (1636- 

1776) ; transcribed and published in accordance with a resolution of the 

General Assembly 1850-1890. 15 v. 
Connecticut (State) General Assembly. Public records, 1776-1780. 1894- 

1922. 3 v. Continuation of the public records of the colony. 
Connecticut Historical Society. List of family genealogies in library of 

Connecticut Historical Society. 1911. 
Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Year books. 

Manwaring, C. W., comp. Digest of the early Connecticut probate records. 

1904-1906. 3 v. Hartford District, 1635-1750. 
Mather, F. G. Refugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut. 1913. 

A history accompanied by documentary material and biographical 

sketches of the American sympathizers who emigrated to Connecticut 

after the battle of Long Island. 

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Trumbull, Benjamin. Complete history of Connecticut civil, ecclesiastical 
from the emigration to its first planters, from England in the year 1630 
to the year 1764 and to the close of the Indian wars. 1918. 

U. S. Census Bureau. Heads of families at the first census of the United 
States taken in the year 1790. 

Town and County Histories 

Bolton. Bolton, Conn. Vital records of Bolton to 1854 and Vernon to 1852. 

New Haven. New Haven, Conn. Vital records of New Haven, 1649-1850. 
1917. 2 v. 

Norwich. Norwich, Conn. Vital records of Norwich, 1659-1848. 1913. 2 v. 
Woodstock. Woodstock, Conn. Vital records of Woodstock, 1686-1854. 


Hinman, R. R. A historical collection from official records, files, etc., of the 
part sustained by Connecticut during the War of the Revolution. 1842. 

Rathbun, J. G. Trip of the first regiment Connecticut National Guard to 
Yorktown, Va. and Charleston, S. C, Oct. 17-28, 1881. 1882. 

Connecticut war records 1863-1864. 1 v. 

Connecticut Adjutant-general. Catalogue of Connecticut volunteer organ- 
izations (infantry, cavalry and artillery) in the service of the U. S. 
1861-1865, with additional enlistments, casualties and brief summaries 
showing the operation and service of the several regiments and batteries. 

Croffutt, W. A. Military and civil history of Connecticut during the war, 
1861-1865, comprising a detailed account of the various regiments and 
batteries through march, encampment, bivouac, and battle; also instances 
of distinguished personal gallantry with biographical sketches of many 
heroic soldiers together with a record of the patriotic actions of citizens 
at home. 1868. 

Beecher, H. W. History of the first light battery Connecticut volunteers, 
1861-65. n. d. 

Taylor, J. C. History of the first Connecticut artillery and of the seige 
trains of the armies operating against Richmond 1862-1865. 1893. 

Walkey, Stephen, comp. History of the Seventh Connecticut volunteer in- 
fantry, 1861-1865. n. d. 

Trumbull, H. C. The Knightly soldier, a biography of Major Henry Ward 
Camp, Tenth Connecticut volunteers. 1865. 

Page, C. D. History of the Fourteenth regiment Connecticut volunteer in- 
fantry. 1906. 

Stevens, H. S. Souvenir of excursion to battlefields by the society of the 
Fourteenth Connecticut regiment and reunion at Antietam Sept. 1891, 
with history and reminiscences of battles and campaigns of the regiment. 

Blakeslee, B. F. History of the Sixteenth Connecticut volunteers. 1875. 

Walker, W. C. History of the Eighteenth regiment Connecticut volunteers 
in the War of the Union. 1885. 

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Connecticut infantry Twenty-first l-egiment. Story of the Twenty-first reg- 
iment, 1861-1865. 1900. 

Sheldon, W. D. The Twenty-seventh, a regimental history. 1866. 

Record of service of Connecticut men in the army, navy and marine corps 
of the U. S. in the Spanish-American War, Philippine insurrection and 
China relief expedition, from April 1, 1898 to July 4, 1904. 1919. 

Connecticut. Adjutant-general. Roster of Connecticut volunteers who 
served in the war between the United States and Spain, 1898-99. 1899. 


Delaware Public Archives Commission. Delaware archives 1911-1916. 4 v. 
Military and naval records, pensioners, etc. 

Town and County Histories 

New Castle County. Colonial Dames of American Delaware. Historical 
Research Committee. Calendar of Delawar wills, New Castle county. 
1682-1800. cl911. 


Whiteley, W. G. Revolutionary soldiers of Delaware, paper read before 
the two houses of the Delaware legislature Feb. 15, 1875. 1875. Pam. 


Georgia. Legislature. Colonial records of the state of Georgia compiled 
and published under authority of the legislature by A. D. Candler. 1904- 
1915. 27 v. 

Georgia. Legislature. Revolutionary records of the state of Georgia. 
1908. 3 v. 

Georgia. Legislature. Confederate records of the state of Georgia, com- 
piled and published under authority of the legislature. 1909-1911. 5 v. 

Georgia Society of Colonial Dames of America. Some early epitaphs in 
Georgia. cl924. 

Georgia. Joseph Habersham Chapter. Historical collections of the Joseph 
Habersham chapter Daughters American Revolution. 1902-1926. v. 1-4. 

Jones, C. C. Biographical sketches of the delegates from Georgia to the 
Continental Congress. 1891. 

Knight, L. L. Georgia's land-marks, memorials and legends. 1913. 2 v. 
Standard history of Georgia and Georgians. 1917. 6 v. 

Memoirs of Georgia. Containing historical account of the state's civil, 
military and industrial and professional interests and personal sketches 
of many of its people. 1895. 2 v. 

Miller, S. F. Bench and bar of Georgia, memoirs and sketches with an ap- 
pendix containing a court roll from 1790-1857. 1858. 

Northern, W. J. Men of mark in Georgia. 1907-1912. 5 v. 

Sketches of some of the first settlers of upper Georgia, of the Cherokees, 
and the author. Revised and corrected by the author, G. R. Gilmer. 1926. 

Smith, G. G. Story of Georgia and Georgians, 1732-1860. 1900. 

Headrights granted by the colonial and state government from 1754-1800. 
Lists of continental soldiers, lists of soldiers paid in money and bounty 
warrants in appendix. 

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Stevens, W. B. History of Georgia. 1847-1859. 2 v. 

Strobel, P. A. Slazburgus and their descendants; being the history of a 
colony of German (Lutheran) Protestants who emigrated to Georgia in 
1734 and settled at Ebenezer, twenty-five miles above the city of 
Savannah. 1855. 

White, George. Historical collections containing biographical sketches. 

Wilson, C. R., comp. Annals of Georgia, important early records of the 
state. 1928. 

County and Town Histories 

Coweta county. Jones, M. G. and Reynolds, Lily. Coweta county chron- 
icles for one hundred years with an account of the Indians from whom 
the land was acquired and some historical papers relating to its acqui- 
sition by Georgia with lineage pages. 1928. 

Clinch county. Huxford, Folks, comp. and ed. History of Clinch County, 
Georgia, giving the early history of the county down to the present time. 

Dougherty county. Thronateeska chapter Daughters of the American 
Revolution. History and reminiscences of Doughtery county. 1924. 


Knight, L. L. Georgia's roster of the Revolution. 1920. 

Thomas, H. W. History of the Doles-Cook brigade, Army of Northern 
Virginia, containing muster rolls of each company of the Fourth, 
Twelfth, Twenty-first and Forty-fourth Georgia regiments, with a short 
sketch of the service of each member. 1903. 

Jones, C. C. Historical sketch of the Chatham artillery during the Con- 
federate struggle for independence. 1867. 


Alvord, C. W. The Illinois country 1673-1818. 1920. (Centennial Com- 
mission v. 1). 

Blue book of the state of Illinois 1927-1928. 1927. 

Buck, S. J. Illinois in 1918. 1917. (Centennial Commission publication. 

Illinois state historical library collections, v. 1-20, 1903-1919. 
v. 2 Cahokia records 1778-1790. 
v. 5 Kaskaskia records 1778-1790. 
v. 6 Newspapers and periodicals 1814-1879. 
v. 8, 19 George Roger Clark papers 1771-1783. 

v. 9 Travel and description, 1765-1865, including a list of county his- 
tories, atlases and biographical collections, 
v. 12 County archives of Illinois. 

Illinois state historical society. Publications v. 7-33; 1902-1926. 

Contains much early history of citizens, counties, etc. List of soldiers in 
the War of 1812. No. 18 contains a list of genealogical material in the 
Illinois state library. 

Illinois State Historical Society. Journal v. 2, 1909; v. 17, 1925. 

Pease, T. C. The frontier state in 1818-1848. 1918. (Centennial Commis- 
sion. Publication No. 2). 

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Illinois. Adjutant-General. Report from 1861-1866 revised by Brigadier 

General J. W. Vance. 1866. 8 v. 
Bennett, L. G. History of the Thirty-sixth regiment Illinois volunteers 

during the War of the Rebellion. 1876. 
Fleharty, S. F. Our regiment. A history of the One Hundred Second 

infantry volunteer, with sketches of the Atlanta campaign, the Georgia 

raid, and the campaign of the Carolinas. 1865, 1865. 
Walker, H. J. Revolutionary soldiers buried in Illinois. 1917. 
Illinois Centennial Commission. Illinois and the great war 1914-1919. 1920. 


Indiana Magazine of History. Published quarterly. 1914. v. 10-date. 
Contains many county histories, list of Revolutionary soldiers buried in 
Indiana, etc. 


Mauzy, J. H. Historical sketch of the Sixty-eight regiment Indiana vol- 
unteers, its commanders, officers and men. 1887. 

Indiana. Adjutant-General. Report from 1861-1865, containing Indiana in 
the War of the Rebellion and statistics and documents. 1865-1868. 8 v. 

Pickerill, W. N. History of the Third Indiana cavalry. 1906. 

Merrill, Samuel. The Seventieth Indiana volunteer infantry in the War 
of the Rebellion. 1900. 


Iowa. Census Board. Census of Iowa 1865, 1867, 1880, 1905, 1915. 


Iowa. Adjutant-General. List of ex-soldiers, sailors and marines living 
in Iowa. 1886. 

Dedication of monuments erected by the state of Iowa commemorating 
the death, suffering and valor of her soldiers on the battlefields of Vicks- 
burg, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Shiloh and in the Confederate 
prison at Andersonville. 1908. 

Scott, John. Story of the Thirty-second Iowa infantry vounteers. 1896. 


Kansas State Historical Society. Biennial reports 1887-1919. 17 v. 

Kansas State Historical Society. Collections 1875-date. 

Previous volumes called Transactions, v. 9 gives Bassett, Williams and 
Dighton ancestry of Governor Robinson of Kansas. Contains many 
county histories. 

Gleed, C. S. G. Kansas memorial, a report of the old settlers' meeting held 
at Bismarch Grove, Kansas, Sept. 15 and 16, 1879. 1880. 
Contains register of the old settlers' meeting, embracing the following 
items: Name, date of birth, date of settlement, place of settlement, 
where resided since, present residence, occupation, politics, etc. 


Kansas. Adjutant-General. Reports. 1861-1865; 1907-1908. 

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Kansas. Adjutant-General. Kansas troops in volunteer service of the 

U. S. in the Spanish and Philippine Wars. 1900. 
Kansas. Adjutant-General. Roll of the officers and enlisted men of the 

Third, Fourth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Kansas volunteers, 1861. 1902. 


Arderly, J. S. Kentucky records, early wills and marriages, old Bible 
records and tombstone inscriptions, records from Barren, Bath, Bourbon, 
Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mason, 
Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott and Shelby counties. 1926. 
Collins, Lewis. Historical sketches of Kentucky. 1882. 2 v. 

Includes biographical sketches and lists of Revolutionary soldiers. 
Drake, Daniel. Pioneer life in Kentucky; a series of reminiscential let- 
ters from Daniel Drake to his children. Ed. with notes and biographical 
sketch by his son, C. D. Drake. 1870. 
Filson Club Kentucky publications, 5, 7, 8, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, 24, 26, 27, 33. 

No. 5 Historical sketch of St. Paul's church, Louisville, Ky. 
No. 7 Centenary of Kentucky. 
No. 8 Centenary of Louisville. 
No. 12 Bryant's station. 
No. 14 Clay family. 
No. 15 Battle of Tippecanoe. 
No. 16 Boonesborough. 
No. 17 Old masters of the bluegrass, Jouett, Bush, Grimes, Frazer, 

Morgan and Hart. 
No. 18 Battle of Thames; contains roll of field, staff company officers 

and privates. Kentucky volunteers and mounted infantry of the War 

of 1812. 
No. 19 Battle of New Orleans; contains list of Kentucky men in the 

No. 24 Life of James Francis Leonard and biographical sketch of Col. 

Joseph Crockett. 
No. 26 Kentucky mountains; contains statement showing the names and 

description of service of early settlers in eastern Kentucky, eni'olled 

on the pension list under the act passed March 18, 1818. 
No. 27 Petitions of the early inhabitants of Kentucky to the general 

assembly of Virginia, 1769-92. 
No. 33 Kentucky land grants; systematic index to all the land grants 

recorded in the state land office at Frankfort, 1782-1924. 
No. 34 Index to all of the earliest land entries, warrants, deeds and wills. 
Green, T. M. Historic families of Kentucky, 1889. 

The McDowells, Logan, Aliens. 
Jennings, Kathleen. Louisville's first families; a series of genealogical 
sketches. 1920. Bullitt, Prather, Clark, Churchill, Pope, Speed, Joyes, 
Veech, Thurston, Taylor, Bates, and Floyd families. 
Kentucky General Assembly. Official manual for the use of the courts, 
state officials and General Assembly, 1894-date. Since 1906 name changed 
to Kentucky Directory. 

24: Biennial Report of the 

LaBree, Benjamin, ed. Notable men of Kentucky at the beginning of the 
twentieth century. 1901-1902. 

Smith, Z. F. History of Kentucky, 1866. Includes its military events and 

achievements, biographical sketches. 
Taney, M. F. Kentucky pioneer women; Columbian poems and prose 

sketches. 1893. 
Van Meter, B. F. Genealogies and sketches of some old families who have 

taken part in the development of Virginia and Kentucky. 1901. 

Lewis, Phillips, Moss, Van Meter, Cunningham and Harness families. 
Wilson, S. H. First land court, 1779-1780. 1923. 

County and Town Histories 

Lexington County. Rauck, G. W. History of Lexington; its early annals 
and recent progress. 1872. 

Biographical sketches and personal reminiscences of the pioneer settlers, 
notices of prominent citizens, etc. 

Louisville. Johnston, J. S. Memorial history of Louisville from its first 

settlement to the year 1896. n. d. 
Muhlenberg County. Rothert, C. A. History of Muhlenberg county. 1813. 

Gives list of soldiers in the War of 1812. History of many of the early 

families, men in the Mexican War. 
Ohio County. Taylor, H. D. Ohio County, Kentucky, in the olden days. 

1926. Contains Ohio county biographies in 1885 and marriage records 



Kentucky Adjutant-General. Report from 1861-1866. 1866-1867. 2 v. 
Johnson, A. R. The Partisan Rangers of the Confederate states army. 1904. 


Belisle, J. G. History of Sabine Parish, Louisiana. 1912. 
Louisiana Historical Society Quarterly, v. 1, 1917-date. 


Bartlett, Napier. Soldier's story of the war including marches and bat- 
tles of the Washington artillery and of other Louisiana troops. 1874. 


Maine Historical Society. Collections (1st ser.) v. 2-10; (2nd ser.) v. 1-10; 

(3rd ser.) v. 1-2, 1831-1906. 
Maine Historical Society. Documentary history of the state of Maine. 

1869-1916. 23 v. 
Maine historical and genealogical records, v. 1-9. 1884-1898. 
Maine Genealogical Society; York deeds 1726-1737. 1903-1910. 8 v. 
Sargent, W. M. Maine wills, 1640-1760. 1887. 
U. S. Census Bureau. Heads of families taken at the first census of the 

U. S., 1790. 1908. 
Maine Historical Society. Vital records. 

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County and Town Histories 

Belfast. Belfast, Maine. Vital records of Belfast to the year 1892. 1919. 
Farmingdale. Farmingdale, Maine. Vital records of Farmingdale to the 

year 1892. 1909. 
Gardiner. Gardiner, Maine. Vital records of Gardiner, Maine, to the year 

1892. v. 2 marriages and deaths. 1915. 
Hallowell. Hallowell, Maine. Vital records of Hallowell to the year 1892 

1924. 2v. 
Pittston. Pittston, Maine. Vital records to the year 1892. 
Randolph. Randolph, Maine. Vital records of Randolph, Maine to the 

year 1892. 1910. 
West Gardiner. West Gardiner, Maine. Vital records of West Gardiner, 

Maine, to the year 1892. 1913. 


Maine Adjutant-General. Alphabetical index of Maine volunteers, etc., 
mustered into the service of the U. S. during the war of 1861. 1862. 

Gould, J. M. History of the First, Tenth and Twenty-ninth Maine reg- 
iments, 1861-1866. 1871. 

Small, A. R. Sixteenth Maine regiment in the War of the Rebellion, 1861- 
1865. 1886. 

Whitman, W. E. S. Maine in the War for the Union. 1865. 

Maine Salisbury Monument Commission. Report of the Maine Commis- 
sioners on the monument erected at Salisbury, N. C, 1908. Contains 
list of men buried at Salisbury, N. C. 


Baldwin, Jane, comp. and ed. Maryland calendar of wills, 1835-1738 

1904-1925. 7v. 
Brumbaugh, G. M. Maryland records colonial, revolutionary, county and 

church from original sources, v. 1, 1915; v. 2, 1928. 
Cotton, Mrs. J. B., comp. Maryland calendar of wills. 1904-1920. 6 v. 
Maryland heraldry; clippings from the Baltimore Sun. 1905-1908. 
Maryland Historical Magazine, v. 1-date, 1906-date. 
Maryland Society of the Cincinnati Register. 1897. 
McSherry, James. History of Maryland from its settlement in 1634 to the 

year 1848. 1849. Contains list of Maryland officers in service during the 

Revolution, 1776-1781. 
Neill, E. D. Founders of Maryland as portrayed in manuscripts, provincial 

records and early documents. 1876. 
Richardson, Mrs. H. D. Sidelights on Maryland history, with sketches of 

early Maryland families. 1913. 2 v. 
Skirven, P. G. First parishes of the provinces of Maryland wherein are 

given historical sketches of the ten counties and thirty parishes at the 

time of the establishment of the Church of England in Maryland in 1692 

U. S. Census Bureau. Heads of families taken at the first census of the 

U. S., 1790. 1907. 
Wilstack, Paul. Potomac Landings. 1921. 

26 Biennial Kei'ORT of the 

County and Town Histories 

Anne Arundel County. Riley, E. S. History of Ann Arundel county in 
Maryland. 1905. 

Warfield, J. D. Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard counties; a 
genealogical and biographical review from wills, deeds, and church 
records. 1905. 

Baltimore County. Genealogy and biography of leading families of the 
City of Baltimore and Baltimore County, Maryland. 1897. 

Baltimore County. Allen, Ethan. Garrison church; sketches of the his- 
story of the St. Thomas parish, Garrison Forest, Baltimore County, 
Maryland, 1742-1852. 1898. 

Cecil County. Johnston, George. Histoi*y of Cecil County, Maryland, and 
the early settlements around the head of Chesapeake bay and on the 
Delaware river, with sketches of some of the old families of Cecil county. 

Caroline County. Noble, E. M. and others. History of Caroline County, 
Maryland, from its beginning, n. d. 

Dorchester County. Jones, Elias. History of Dorchester County, Mary- 
land. 1902. 

Frederick County. Grove, W. J. History of Carrollton Manor, Frederick 
County, Maryland, giving the names of early settlers, among them 
Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the first to sign the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence, the Grove family and a complete lineage of the Jarboe 
family. 1922. 

Martinsburg and Berkeley Counties. Aler, F. V. Aler's History of Mar- 
tinsburg and Berkeley Counties, West Virginia. 

Contains the report on the adjustment of the boundary lines between 
Virginia and Maryland. Historical pen sketches of the early residents of 
Berkeley county. Reminiscences of Martinsburg. 

St. Mary's County. Hodges, Mrs. M. R., comp. General index of wills of 
St. Mary's County, Maryland, 1623-1900. 1921. 

Talbot County. Tilghman, O., comp. History of Talbot County, Maryland, 
1661-1861; comp. principally from the literary relics of the late S. A. 
Harrison. 1915. 2 v. 

Talbot County. Talbot County, Mai-yland, marriage licenses of Talbot 
County, Maryland, from 1796-1810. 1925. 


Maryland General Assembly. Archives of Maryland, 1883-1927. 

v. 18 contains muster rolls and other records of service of Maryland 
troops in the American Revolution, 1775-1783. 

Camper, Charles, comp. Historical record of the First regiment Maryland 
infantry with an appendix containing a register of the officers and en- 
listed men, biographies of deceased officers, etc., War of the Rebellion. 
1861-1865. 1871. 

Hess, George. Maryland Campaign from Sept. 1 to Sept 20, 1862. 1890. 

Maryland commission on the publication of the histories of the Maryland 
volunteers during the Civil War. History and roster of Maryland volun- 
teers, war 1861-1865. 1898. 2 v. 






















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Maryland General Assembly. History and roster of Maryland volunteers, 
war of 1861-1865. 1898. 2 v. 

Maryland House of Delegates. Roster of the soldiers and sailors who 
served in the organizations from Maryland during the Spanish-American 
War. 1901. 

Riley, H. R. Roster of the soldiers and sailors who served in the organiz- 
ation from Maryland during the Spanish- American War. 1901. 


Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. 
1-7, 9, 10. 
1-8, 10. 
1, 3-8. 

1-10, 71, 72, 74. 
Massachusetts Historical Society proceedings; v. 18, 1880-81; v. 42-date. 

Biographical accounts of prominent men with some genealogical notes. 
Massachusetts (colony and province). Records of the Massachusetts Bay 

in New England. Ed. by N. B. Shurtleff. 1853-54. 
Minot, G. R. Continuation of the history of the province of Massachusetts 

Bay from the year 1748. 1798-1803. 2 v. 
Noyes, E. J. R. C. Women of the Mayflower and women of Plymouth 

Colony. 1921. 
Sawyer, J. D. History of the Pilgrims and Puritans, their ancestry and 

descendants. W. E. Griffis, ed. 1922. 3 v. 
Young, Alexander. Chronicles of the first planters of the colony of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1623-1636. 1846. 

County and Town Histories 
Berkshire County. History of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, with 

biographical sketches of prominent men. 1885. 2 v. 
Massachusetts Vital Records. (See catalogue for the names of towns). 
Massachusetts, Lexington. Records of births, marriages, and deaths to 

Jan. 1, 1898. 1898. 
North Brookfield. Temple, J. G. History of North Brookfield men. 1887. 
Contains a genealogical register. 


Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts soldiers 
and sailors of the Revolutionary War. 1896-1908. 

Massachusetts Adjutant-General. Records of the Massachusetts volunteer 
militia called out by the Governor of Massachusetts to suppress a threat- 
ened invasion during the War of 1812-14. 1913. 

Allen, S. P. Down in Dixie in a cavalry regiment in the war days from the 
Wilderness to Appomattox. 1892. 

Anderson, John. Fifty-seventh regiment of Massachusetts volunteers in 
the year of the rebellion. 1896. 

Billings, J. D. History of the Tenth Massachusetts battery of light artil- 
lery in the War of the Rebellion. Formerly of the Third corps and after- 
wards of Hancock's Second corps, Army of the Potomac, 1862-65. 1909. 

28 Biennial KEroRT of the 

Boies, A. J. Record of the Thirty-third Massachusetts volunteer infantry 
from Aug. 1862 to Aug. 1865. 1880. 

Bruce, G. A. The Twentieth regiment of Massachusetts volunteer infantry, 
1861-65. 1906. 

Cook, B. F. History of the Twelfth Massachusetts volunteers (Webster 
regiment). 1882. 

Cudworth, W. H. History of the First regiment (Massachusetts infantry) 
from May 25, 1861 to May 25, 1864. 1866. 

"Corpoi-al." Letters from the Forty-fourth regiment M. V. M., a record of 
the experience of a nine-months' regiment in the department of N. C, 
1862-63. 1863. 

Davis, C. E. Three years in the army; the story of the Thirteenth Massa- 
chusetts volunteers. 1894. 

Day, D. L. My diary of rambles with the Twenty-fifth Massachusetts vol- 
unteer infantry with Burnside's division, Eighteenth army corps and 
Army of the James. 1884. 

Derby, W. P. Bearing arms in the Twenty-seventh Massachusetts regiment 
of volunteer infantry, 1863-65. 1891. 

Emilio, L. F. History of the Fifty-fourth regiment of Massachusetts vol- 
unteer infantry, 1863-65. 1891. 

Emmerton, J. A. A record of the Twenty-third regiment Massachusetts 
volunteer infantry in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-65, with alphabet- 
ical roster, company rolls, etc. 1886. 

Ewer, J. K. The Third Massachusetts cavalry in the War for the Union. 

Ford, A. E. Story of the Fifteenth regiment Massachusetts volunteer 
infantry in the Civil War, 1861-64. 1898. 

Gammous, J. G. Third Massachusetts regiment volunteer militia in the 
War of the Rebellion, 1861-63. 1906. 

Gordon, G. H. Brook farm to Cedar mountain. History of the Second 
Massachusetts regiment and the Second Massachusetts regiment and 
Stonewall Jackson. 1883. 

Hanson, J. W. Historical sketch of the old Sixth regiment of Massachu- 
setts volunteer during its three campaigns in 1861, 1862, 1863, 1864. Con- 
taining the history of the several campaigns previous to 1861 and the 
name and military record of each man connected with the regiment dur- 
ing the war. 1866. 

Higginson, T. W., comp. Massachusetts in the army and navy during the 
war of 1861-65. 1895. 2 v. 

Johns, H. T. Life with the Forty-ninth Massachusetts volunteers. 1890. 

Kirwan, Thomas, comp. Memorial history of the Seventeenth regiment of 
Massachusetts volunteer infantry in the Civil War from 1861-1865. 1911. 

Lincoln, W. S. Life with the Thirty-fourth Massachusetts infantry in the 
War of the Rebellion. 1879. 

MacNamara, D. G. History of the Ninth regiment Massachusetts volun- 
teer infantry, Second brigade, First division, Fifth army corps, Army of 
the Potomac, 1861-64. 1899. 

Mann, A. W. History of the Forty-fifth regiment Massachusetts volunteer 
militia. 1908. 

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Massachusetts Artilllery, Fifth Battery. History of the Fifth Massachu- 
setts battery. 1902. 

Massachusetts. Adjutant-general's office record of the Massachusetts vol- 
unteers, 1861-65. 1868-70. 2 v. 

Massachusetts Infantry, Thirty-fifth Regiment. History of the Thirty- 
fifth regiment Massachusetts volunteers, 1862-65. 1884. 

Massachusetts Infantry, Thirty-sixth Regiment. History of the Thirty- 
sixth regiment Massachusetts volunteers, 1862-65. 1894. 

Massachusetts Regimental Association Historical Committee. Record of the 
Forty-fourth Massachusetts volunteer militia in North Carolina, Aug., 
1862 to May, 1863. 1887. 

Moors, J. F. History of the Fifty-second regiment Massachusetts volun- 
teers. 1893. 

Morse, C. F. History of the Second Massachusetts regiment of infantry. 

Nason, G. W. History and complete roster of the Massachusetts regiments 
minute men of '61. 1910. 

Newell, J. K. "Our," annals of the Tenth regiment Massachusetts volun- 
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Osborne, W. H. History of the Twenty-ninth regiment of Massachusetts 
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30 Biennial Report of the 

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34 Biennial Report of the 

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36 Biennial Keport of the 

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Chowan county, v. 1, p. 1. 

Chowan precinct, v. 1, p. 1. 

Shaftsbury precinct, v. 1, p. 1. 
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Bertie county, v. 2, p. 496. 

Chowan county, v. 1, p. 516, v. 2, p. 1. 

Perquimans county, v. 3, p. 163, 323. 
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Bertie county, v. 2, p. 34, 589. 

Chowan county v. 1, p. 235, 392, 558; v. 2, p. 89, 227, 415. 

Perquimans county, v. 3, p. 411. 

Tyrrell county, v. 3, p. 107. 
North Carolina Booklet. 
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Rowan county, v. 11, p. 60, 119, 187. 

Cary, Mary, will of, v. 14, p. 102. 

Edgecombe county, v. 16, p. 22. 

Rowan county, v. 10, p. 223. 

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Hillsboro. Nash, Frances. Hillsboro, Colonial and Revolutionary. 1903. 

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Barnett. Barnett genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. Reminiscences and 

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Biggerstaff. Babington, K. K. Biggerstaff family of Rutherford county. 
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Blount. Hathaway's North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, 

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Boddie. Boddie, J. T. and J. B. Boddie and allied families. 
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Branson. Branson, Levi. Branson family in Europe and America with 

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Burton. Hathaway's North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, 

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Carter. Foster, C. A. Carter family of North Carolina. 
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Craighead. Craighead, Rev. Dr. Alexander genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. 

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Crowell. Crowell genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. Reminiscences and Memoirs, 

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Davidson. Davidson genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. Reminiscences and 

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Davidson. Graham, W. A. General Joseph Graham and his papers on 

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De Rosset. Mears, C. De Rosset. De Rosset family, Huguenot immigrants 

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Finger. Nixon, A. Finger family of Lincoln County, N. C, with brief 

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Fowler. Arthur, J. J. Annals of the Fowler family with branches in 

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Gaston. Gaston genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. Reminiscences and Memoirs, 

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Gee. Genealogy of the Gee family. North Carolina Booklet, v. 7, p. 159- 

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Graham. Graham, W. A. General Joseph Graham and his papers on 

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Lincoln County, N. C. 1902. Pam. 
Harrison family. Harison, T. R. Caswell-Harrisons. n. d. Pam. 
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Hawkins. Hawkins genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. Reminiscences and 

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Henderson. Henderson genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. Reminiscences and 

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Hill. Hathaway's North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, 

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Hill. Hill genealogy in Wheeler, J. W. Reminiscences and Memoirs, 

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Hoffman. Hoffman, L. M. Our Kin; being a history of the Hoffman, 

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St. Helena's Parish, Beaufort, S. C. Minutes of the vestry of St. Helena's 

Parish, South Carolina, 1726-1812. Ed. by A. S. Salley. 1919. 
St. Mark's Parish. Burgess, J. M. Chronicles of St. Mark's Parish, 

Santee circuit and Williamsburg Township, S. C, 1731-1885. 1888. 
St. Philips Parish, Charleston, S. C. Register of St. Philips Parish, 

Charleston, S. C, 1720-1758. Ed. by A. S. Sally, Jr. 1904. 
Williamsburg. Boddie, W. W. History of Williamsburg; something about 

the people from the first settlement by Europeans about 1705 until 1923. 



Brooks, U. R. Stories of the confederacy, ed. by U. R. Brooks. 1912. 
Caldwell, J. F. J. History of a brigade of South Carolina, known first as 

Griggs and subsequently as McGowan's brigade. 1866. 
Dubose, H. K. History of Company B Twenty-first regiment (infantry in 

S. C.) 1909. Also contains Twenty-fifth and Twenty-seventh regiments. 

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DeSaussure, W. G., comp. Names, as far as can be ascertained, of the 
officers who served in the S. C. regiments on the continental establish- 
ment; of the officers who served in the militia. 1886. 

Dickert, D. A. History of Kershaw's brigade with complete roll of com- 
panies, biographical sketches, incidents, anecdotes, etc. 1889. 

Hagood, Johnson. Memoirs of the War of Secession. 1910. 

Contains Seventh battalion, First regiment, Eleventh regiment, Twenty- 
first regiment. 

Salley, A. S., comp. South Carolina troops in confederate service. 1913. 2v. 

United Daughters of the Confederacy, South Carolina. 
S. C. women in the confederacy. 1903-07. 2 v. 


Dunham, N. J. Histoi-y of Jerauld County, South Dakota, from the earliest 

settlement to Jan. 1, 1909. 1910. 
South Dakota State Historical Society. Historical collections, v. 2, 1904; 

v. 12, 1924. 


Allison, John, ed. Notable men of Tennessee; personal and genealogical. 

1905. 2 v. 
Caldwell, J. W. Sketches of the bench and bar of Tennessee. 1898. 
Carter, D. W. Carter of Tennessee including the Taylors descendants of 

Col. John Carter of Tennessee (Notable Southern Families) 1927. 
Fain, J. T., comp. Fain's critical and analytical index and genealogical 

guide to Ramsey's annals of Tennessee. 1920. Reprinted in 1926 with 

additional to Fain's index. 
Garrett. W. R. and Goodpasture, A. V. History of Tennessee, its people 

and its institutions. 1905. 
Gilchrist, Mrs. A. S. Some representative women of Tennessee. 1902. 
Hale, W. T. A history of Tennessee and Tennesseans, the leaders and 

representative men in commerce, industry and modern activities. 1913. 

8 v. 4-8 biographical sketches. 
Moore, J. T. Tennessee, the volunteer state, 1769-1923. 4 v. 
Oldham, B. M. Tennessee and Tennesseans. 1903. 
Ramsey, J. G. M. Annals of Tennessee, 1769-1800. 1853. 
Snyder, Mrs. A. E. On the Watauga and the Cumberland. 1894. Pam. 

Contains list of early settlers on the Watauga and Cumberland rivers. 
Temple, O. P. Notable men of Tennessee from 1833-1875, their times and 

their contemporaries. 1912. 
Tennessee Historical Society magazine, 1915-date. 
Williams, J. S. Old times in west Tennessee; reminiscences semi-historic 

of pioneer life and the early emigrant settlers in the Big Hatchie 

country. 1873. 

County and Town Histories 
Davidson County. Clayton, W. W. History of Davidson County, Tennes- 
see, with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men 

and pioneers. 1880. 
DeKalb County. Hale, W. T. History of DeKalb County, Tennessee. 1915. 

52 Biennial Report op the 

Roane County. Wells, E. M. History of Roane County, Tennessee, 1801- 

1870. 1927. 
Sullivan County. Taylor, Oliver. Historic Sullivan; a history of Sullivan 

County, Tennessee, with brief biographies of the makers of history. 1909. 
Foster, A. P. Counties of Tennessee. 1923. 
History of Tennessee. From the earliest time to the present, together with 

a historical and biographical sketch of Maury, Williamson, Rutherford, 

Wilson, Bedford and Mashall Counties. 1886. 


Hancock, R. R. Hancock's diary; or, a history of the Second Tennessee con- 
federate cavalry with sketches of First and Seventh battalions, also por- 
traits and biographical sketches. 1887. 2 v. in one. 

Head, T. A. Campaigns and battles of the Sixteenth regiment Tennessee 
volunteers. 1885. 

Lindsley, J. B. The military annals of Tennessee. Confederate; first 
series embracing a review of military operations with regimental his- 
tories and memorial rolls. 1886. 

Scofield, L. T. The retreat from Pulaski to Nashville, Tenn.; a battle of 
Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 30, 1864, with maps, sketches, portraits and photo- 
graphical views. 1909. 

Scott, S. W. History of the Thirteenth regiment Tennessee volunteer cav- 
alry U. S. A. 1903. 

Tennessee Adjutant-General. Report of the adjutant-general of the state 
of Tennessee of the military forces of the state from 1861-66. 1866. 

Wright, M. J. Tennessee in the war, 1861-65; lists of military organizations 
and officers from Tennessee in both the Confederate and Union armies; 
general and staff officers of the provisional army of Tennessee appointed 
by Governor Isham G. Harris. 1908. 


Brooks, Elizabeth. Prominent women of Texas. 1896. 

Brown, J. H. History of Texas from 1685 to 1892. 1892. 2 v. 

Dixon, S. H. The men who made Texas free; the signers of the Texas 
declaration of independence; sketches of their lives and patriotic services 
to the republic and state with a facsimile of the declaration of inde- 
pendence. 1924. 

Fulmon, Z. T. The history and geography of Texas as told in county names. 

Lynch, J. D. Bench and bar of Texas. 1885. 

Southwestern Historical Quarterly, v. 16-24. July 1897-April 1921. 
Continuation of the Texas state historical association quarterly. 

Texas State Historical Association Quarterly. 

v. 1-15 July 1897-April 1912. Continued by the Southwestern Historical 

County and Town Histories 

Dallas County. Brown, J. H. History of Dallas county from 1837 to 
1887. 1887. 

State Library 5-°> 

Hood County. Ewell, T. T. History of Hood county from its earliest settle- 
ment to the present. 1895. Contains biographical sketches of many 
leading men and women. 


Davis, N. A. The campaign from Texas to Maryland. 1863. 
Contains muster roll of the Fourth Texas volunteers. 

Polley, J. B. Hood's Texas brigade, its marches, its battles, its achieve- 
ments. 1910. 

Yeary, Mamie. Reminiscences of the boys in gray, 1861-65. 1912. 


Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine. 

v. 3, 1912. 

v. 16-date, 1925-date. 
Utah Historical and Genealogical Society. 

Handbook of genealogy and temple work. 1924. 
Whitney, O. F. History of Utah, 1892-1898. 2 v. 


Hall, B. H. History of eastern Vermont from its earliest settlement to 
the close of the eighteenth century. 1858. 

Hemenway, A. M., ed. Vermont historical gazetteer, 1867-1891. 5 v. In- 
dex 1923. 

U. S. Census Bureau. Heads of families taken at the first census of the 
U. S., 1790. 1907. 

Vermont Historical Society collections, v. 1-2, 1870-71. 
Proceedings 1872; 1861-1925. 24 v. 

County and Town Histories 

Windsor County. Aldrich, L. C. History of Windsor County, Vermont. 
1891. Contains roster of Windsor county during the war, 1861-65. 


Roster of Vermont men and women in the military and naval service of 
the United States and allies in the World War, 1917-1919. 1927. 


Bell, J. P. P. Our Quaker Friends of ye Olden Time. 1905. 

Bellet, L. P. du. Some prominent Virginia families. 1907. 4 v. 

Boogher, W. F. Gleanings of Virginia history; a historical and genealog- 
ical collection largely from original sources. 1903. 

Brock, R. A. Virginia and Virginians; eminent Virginians, executives of 
the colony of Virginia from Sir Thomas Smyth to Lord Dunmore. Ex- 
ecutives of the state of Virginia from Patrick Henry to Fitzhugh Lee. 
Sketches of generals, Ambrose Powell Hill, Robert E. Lee, Thomas 
Jonathan Jackson, Commodore Maury. 1888. 

Burgess, L. A., ed. Virginia soldiers of 1776. 1927. 

54 Biennial Report of the 

Chalkey, L. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia from the 
original court records of Augusta county, 1745-1800. 1912. 3 v. 

Clemens, W. M., ed. Famous Virginians; eminent men of the Old Dominion 
with date and place of birth and death. 1921. 

Clemens, W. M. Virginia wills before 1799. 1924. 

Conway, M. D. Barons of the Potomac and the Rappahannock. 1892. 

Cridlin, W. B. History of colonial Virginia, the first permanent colony in 
America to which is added the genealogy of the several shires and 
counties. 1923. 

Drozier, W. A., ed. Virginia heraldica, being a registry of Virginia gentry 
entitled to coat armor with genealogical notes of the families. 1908. 

Foote, W. H. Sketches of Virginia, history and biography. lst-2nd series. 

Soode, G. B. Virginia cousins; a study of the ancestry and posterity of 
John Goode of Whitby; with notes upon related families, a key to south- 
ern genealogy and history of the English surname Gode, Goad, Goode 
or Good, from 1148 to 1887. 1887. 

Goodwin, E. L. Colonial church in Virginia with biographical sketches of 
the first six bishops of the diocese of Virginia; together with brief 
biographical sketches of the colonial clergy of Virginia. 1927. 

Green, T. M. Historic families of Kentucky, with special reference to 
stocks immediately derived from the Valley of Virginia. 1889. 
Contents: The McDowells, Logans, Aliens. 

Greer, G. C. Early Virginia immigrants. 1912. 

Handy, H. B., ed. Social recorder of Virginia. cl928. 

Hayden, H. E. Virginia genealogies; a genealogy of the Glassil family of 
Scotland and Virginia; also of the families of Ball, Brown, Bryan, Con- 
way, Daniel, Ewell, Holladay, Lewis, Littlepage, Moncure, Peyton, Rob- 
inson, Scott, Tayler, Wallace and others. 1891. 

Howe, Henry. Historical collections of Virginia containing a collection of 
the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, 
etc. relating to its history, etc. 1845. 

Johnston, D. E. History of the Middle River settlement and contiguous 
territory. 1906. Gives account of Mercer county. 

Appendix A. Contains an account of Virginia courts, officers and at- 
Appendix B. Origin of Virginia and West Virginia counties and their 

Appendix C. Biographical sketches of the Bailey, Bane, Belcher, Black 
Barnes, Bowens, Burke, Calfee, Capertons, Chapmans, 
Cecil, Clay, Cloyd, Davidson, Emmons, French, Gillespie, 
Hale, Hare, Hoge, Howe, Johnston, Kirk, Lybrook, 
Meadows, McClaugherty, McComas, McDonald, Napier, 
Pack, Peck, Pearis, Peters, Shannon, Smith, Snidow, 
Straley and Whitten families. 
Appendix D. Members of Tazewell County House of Delegates, 1800- 

Appendix E. Giles County Attorneys, 1806-1905. 
Appendix F. List of Confederate field officers in various regiments. 
Appendix G. Selected muster rolls of varied infantry regiments. 

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Jenkin, F. T. A. Genealogical chart showing the descent from several 
lives of interesting family connections of the Virginia families of Alex- 
ander, Anderson, Aylett, Bruce, Dandridge, Fontaine, Henry, Jenkin, 
Moore, Poindexter, Spotswood, West, etc. 1908. 
Kercheval, S. History of the Valley of Virginia. 1902. 
Long, C. M. Virginia county names; 270 years of Virginia history. 1908. 
Lancaster, R. A. Historic Virginia homes and churches. 1915. 
Mac Rae, Laurence. Daingerfield family, descendants of John Dainger- 
field (1640) and his wife of New Kent County, Virginia, and of George 
Parker, 1650, and his wife, Accomac County, Virginia. 
Meade, E. C. Historic homes of the southwest mountains, Virginia. 1899. 

Gives genealogical data on owners of homes. 
Meade, W. Old churches, ministers and families of Virginia. 1861. 2 v. 
Morrison, A. J. College of Hampden Sidney; dictionary of biography 

1776-1825. n. d. 
Robinson, M. P. Virginia counties; those resulting from Virginia legis- 
lature, 1916. (Va. State Lib. Bulletin v. 8 No. 1-3). 
Sale, E. T. Manors of Virginia in colonial times. 1909. 

Genealogical notes upon the families of the manors. 
Society of Virginia of the District of Columbia. 

Society register; containing a brief history of its organization, a 
biography of its elective officers, a roster of its membership. cl926. 
Stanard, M. N. Colonial Virginia, its people and customs. 1917. 
Stanard, W. G., comp. Some emigrants to Virginia; memoranda in regard 
to several hundred emigrants to Virginia during the colonial period whose 
parentage is shown or former residence indicated by authentic records 
Stanard, W. G. and Stanard, M. N., comp. Colonial Virginia register; a 
list of governors, councillors and other high officials, members of the 
House of Burgesses and the Revolution conventions of the colony of 
Virginia. 1902. 
Summers, L. P. History of southwest Virginia, 1746-1786. Washington 

county, 1777-1870. 1903. 
Swem, E. G. List of manuscripts recently deposited in the Virginia State 
Library by the State Auditor. 1914. 

Contains list of county, personal property, books, list of portraits and 
pieces of statuary in Virginia State Library with biographical notes 
Swem, E. G. and Williams, J. W. Register of the General Assembly of Vir- 
ginia, 1776-1918. 1918. Virginia State Library report, 1916-17. 
Taylor, J. B. Lives of Virginia Baptist ministers. 1837. 
Tyler, L. G. Encyclopedia of Virginia biography. 1915. 4 v. 
Tyler, L. G., ed. Men of mark in Virginia. 1906. 
Tyler's Historical and Genealogical Magazine, v. 1-date, 1919-date. 
U. S. Census Bureau. Heads of families taken at the first census of the 

U. S., 1790. Virginia. 1908. 
Van Meter, B. F. Genealogies and sketches of some old families who have 
taken prominent part in the development of Virginia and Kentucky 
especially. Includes the Lewis, Phillips, Moss, VanMeter, Cunningham 
and Harness families. 

56 Biennial Report of the 

Virginia General Assembly. Statutes at large; a collection of all the laws 
of Virginia from the first session of the legislature, 1619-1792 by W. W. 
Henning, 1819-1923. (Supreme Court Library). 

Virginia heraldry; genealogical clippings from the Baltimore Sun. 1904-08. 

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, v. 1-date, 1893-date. 

Watson, W. A. Notes on south side Virginia. 1925. 

In this will be found brief records of Amelia, Chesterfield and Nottaway 
counties, wills, deeds, land patents, marriages, epitaphs and obituaries. 

Wertenbaker, T. J. Planters of colonial Virginia. 1922. 

William and Mary College Quarterly, v. 1-date, 1892-date. 

Wise, J. C. Military history of the Virginia Military Institute from 1839 
to 1865. 1915. 

Wise, J. C. Ye Kingdoms of Accawmacke or, the eastern shore of Vir- 
ginia in the seventeenth century. 

County and Town Histories 

Accomak County. Nothingham, Stratton. Marriage license bonds from 
1774rl806. cl927. 

Albermarle County. Woods, Edgar. Albermarles county in Virginia. 1901. 

Alleghany County. Morton, O. F. Centennial history of Alleghany County, 
Virginia. 1923. 

Augusta County. Chalkey, L. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement 
in Virginia. 1912. 

Augusta County. Peyton, J. L. History of Augusta County, Virginia. 

Appendix contains the genealogy of the Lewis, McDowell, Preston, Camp- 
bell, Stuart, Bell, Cochran, Tate, Christian, Crawford, McCue, Hauger, 
Mathews, Porterfield, Wayt, Waddell, Peyton, Baldwin and Koiner 

Augusta County. Waddell, J. A. Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, 
with reminiscences of its pioneer settlers. 1886. 
Supplement, 1886. 

Bath County. Morton, O. F. Annals Of Bath County, Virginia. 1917. 

Bedford County. Buford, R. D. Bedford County, Virginia, index of wills 
from 1754 to 1830. 1917. 

Bristol Parish. Bristol Parish, Virginia. Vestry book and register of 
Bristol Parish, Virginia, 1720-1789. Transcribed by C. G. Chamber- 
layne. 1898. 

Bristol Parish. Slaughter, Philip. History of Bristol Parish, Virginia, 
with genealogies of families connected therewith. Ed. 2, 1879. 

Campbell County. Early, R. H. Campbell chronicles and family sketches 
embracing the history of Campbell County, Virginia, 1782-1926. 1927. 
Sketches of the Adams, Alexander, Anderson, Anthony, Bailey, Brown, 
Boiling, Bullock, Burton-Harrison, Callaway, Candler, Chiles, Clark, 
Clay, Clemens, Clement, Cobbs, Cocke, Dabney, Daniel, Davies, Davis, 
Deering, Diuguid, Douglas, Early, Evans, Floyd, Franklin, Garland, 
Gilliam, Goggin, Hairston, Hanks, Haythe, Henry, Holcombe, Hughes, 
Hunter, Irvine, Jennings, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Kabler, Langhorne, 
Lee, Leftwich, Lewis, Lynch, McReynolds, Miller, Moorman, Morgan, 
Murrell, Norvell, Otey, Owen, Panhill, Payne, Perrow, Preston, Pleas- 

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ants, Prewitt, Robertson, Rosser, Russell, Scott, Slaughter, Snow Stith, 
Strange, Talbot, Tate, Terrell, Thompson, Thorpe, Thurman, Tyree, 
Venable, Wade, Walden, Ward, Watts-Sanders, Winston, Withers, 
Wyatt and Yuille families. 

Caroline County. Wingfield, Marshall. History of Caroline County, Vir- 
ginia, from its formation in 1727, to 1924. 1924. 

Culpeper County. Green, R. T. Genealogical and historical notes on 
Culpeper County, Virginia; embracing a rev. and enl. ed. of Dr. P. 
Slaughter's History of St. Mark's Parish. 1900. 

Culpeper County. Slaughter, P. History of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper 
County, Virginia, with notes of old churches and old families. 1877. 

Frederick County. Cartwell, T. K. Shenandoah Valley pioneers and their 
descendants; a history of Frederick County, Virginia, 1738-1908. Com- 
piled mainly from l'ecords of old Frederick county, now Hampshire, 
Berkely, Shenandoah, Jefferson, Hardy, Clarke, Warren, Morgan and 
Frederick. cl909. 

Fredericksburg. Goolrick, J. T. Historic Fredericksburg. 

Fredericksburg. Quinn, S. J. History of the city of Fredericksburg, Va. 

Halifax County. Carrington, W. J. History of Halifax County, Virginia. 


Hanover County. Page, R. Hanover county. 1926. 

Henry County. Hill, J. P. A history of Henry County, Virginia. 1925. 

King and Queen County. Bagby, A. King and Queen County, Virginia. 

King and Queen County. Hundley, W. T. History of Mattaponi Baptist 
church, King and Queen County, Virginia, n. d. 

King William County. Clarke, P. N. Old King William homes and fam- 
ilies. 1897. Includes over fifty families. 

King William Parish. King William Parish, Mannikintown, Virginia. 
Register, containing the baptisms made in the church of the French 
refugees at Mannikintown in the year of Our Lord 1721, March 25. n.d. 

Lancaster County. Nottingham, S. Marriage license bonds of Lancaster 
County, Virginia, from 1701 to 1848. 1927. 

Lunenburg County. Bell, J. C. Old free state; a contribution to the history 
of Lunenburg county and southside Virginia. 1927. 

Lynchburg. Cabell, Mrs. M. C. (A). Sketches and recollections of Lynch- 
burg. 1858. 

Madison County. Yowell, C. L. History of Madison County, Virginia. 1926. 
Lists of Civil and World War veterans in appendix. 

Middlesex County. Christ Church, Va. Christ Church. Vestry book of 
Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia, 1663-1767. 1927. 

Middlesex County. Christ Church, Middlesex County, Virginia. Parish 
register from 1653 to 1812. 1897. 

Nansemond County. Dunn, J. B. History of Nansemond County, Virginia. 

New Kent County. St. Peter's Parish. New Kent County, Virginia. Par- 
ish register of St. Peter's, New Kent county, from 1680-1787. 1904. 

Norfolk. Forrest, W. S. Historical and descriptive sketches of Norfolk 
and vicinity including Portsmouth and the adjacent counties. 1853. 

58 Biennial Report of the 

Norfolk County. Mcintosh, C. F. Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk county 
and Norfolk county wills, 1637-1710. 1914. 

Norfolk County. Mcintosh, C. F. Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk county 
wills, 1710-1753. 1914. 

Norfolk County. Mcintosh, C. F. Brief abstract of Lower Norfolk county 
wills, 1710-1753. 1922. 

Orange County. Scott, W. W. History of Orange County, Virginia, from 
its formation in 1734 (c.s.) to the end of the reconstruction in 1870, 
comp. mainly from original records, 1907. 

Richmond. Moore, J. S., ed. Annals of Henrico Parish (cl904). 

Gives pewholders, heads of families and communicants of St. John's 
church, and lists of marriages, baptisms, deaths, etc. 

Richmond. Mordecai, S. Richmond in bygone days. Ed. 2. 1860. 

Rockbridge County. Morton, O. F. History of Rockbridge County, Vir- 
ginia. 1920. 

Rockingham County. Wayland, J. W. History of Rockingham County, 
Virginia. 1912. 

Shenandoah County. Wayland, J. W. History of Shenandoah County, 
Virginia. 1927. 

Spotsylvania County. Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800; being transcrip- 
tions from original files at the court house of wills, deeds, administrators 
and guardian's bonds, marriage licenses and list of Revolutionary pen- 
sioners. 1905. 

Tazwell County. Harman, J. N. Annals of Tazwell County, Virginia, 
from 1800 to 1924. 1922-1925. 2 v. 

Truro Parish. Slaughter, P. History of Truro Parish in Virginia. cl907. 

Westmoreland County. Fothergill, Mrs. A. B. (M). Wills of Westmore- 
land County, Virginia, 1654-1800. 1925. 

Westmoreland County. Wright, T. R. B. Westmoreland County, Vir- 
ginia. 1912. 

Williamsburg. Goodwin, W. A. R. Historical sketch of Bruton Church, 
Williamsburg, Va. 1903. 

Williamsburg. Tyler, L. G. Williamsburg, the old colonial capital. cl907. 

Williamsbui-g. Tyler, L. G. Williamsburg. cl907. 

Winchester. Greene, Mrs. K. G. Winchester, Va., and its beginnings. 1926. 

Winchester. Morton, O. F. Story of Winchester in Virginia, the oldest 
town in the Shenandoah Valley. 1925. 


Virginia State Library. List of the colonial soldiers of Virginia. 1917. 
Burgess, L. A., ed. Virginia soldiers of 1776; comp. from documents on 

file in the Virginia land offices together with material found in the 

archive department of the Virginia State Library. 1927. 
McAllister, J. T. Virginia militia in the Revolutionary War. cl913. 
McAllister, J. T. Index to Saffell's list of Virginia soldiers in the 

Revolutionary War. 1913. 
Virginia State Library. List of Revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. 1912- 

1913. 2 v. 

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Baylor, G. Bull Run to Bull Run. Containing detailed account of the 
career and adventures of the Bayler light horse, Company B, Twelfth 
Virginia cavalry C. S. A. 1900. 

Burt, S. H. List of officers and men of the cavalry brigade of Brig. Gen. 
R. L. T. Beale, S. C. S., surrendered at Appomattox C. H., April 9, 1865. 

Hackley, W. B. Little Fork Rangers. A sketch of Company D Fourth Vir- 
ginia cavalry. 1927. 

Loehr, C. T. War history of the old First Virginia infantry regiment, 
Army of Northern Virginia. 1884. 

McDonald, W. N. History of the Laurel brigade, originally the Ashley 
cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia, and Chew's battery. 1907. 

Richmond Howitzers in the war. 1891. 

Williamson, J. J. Mosby's Rangers. 1896. 

Wise, G. History of the Seventeenth Virginia infantry, C. S. A. 1870. 

Worsham, J. H. One of Jackson's foot cavalry. 1912. 

Davis, A. K., ed. Virginians of distinguished service of the World War. 

Davis, A. K., ed. Virginia war agencies, selective service and volunteers. 

Morton, 0. F. Centennial history of Alleghany County, Virginia. 1923. 


Butches, B. L., ed. Genealogical and personal history of Monongahela 
Valley, W. Va. 1912. 2 v. 

De Hass, Wills. History of the early settlement and Indian wars of west- 
ern Virginia, also biographical sketches of distinguished actors in our 
border wars. 1851. 

Lang, T. F. Loyal West Virginia from 1861-65. 

McWhorter, L. V. Border settlers of northwest Virginia from 1768 to 
1795, embracing the life of Jesse Hughes; with preface and added notes 
by W. E. Connelley and sketch of the author by J. P. MacLean. 1915. 

Newton, J. H. History of the Panhandle; being historical collections of 
the counties of Ohio, Brooke, Marshall and Hancock, W. Va. 1879. 

West Virginia Archives and History Department. 

Biennial report, v. 1-3, 1906-1911; v. 3 contains the soldiery of West Vir- 
ginia in the French and Indian wars; Lord Dunmore's war; the Revolu- 
tion; later Indian wars; whiskey insurrection; second war with England; 
war with Mexico, and addenda relating to West Virginians in the Civil 

Lewis, V. A. History of West Virginia. 1889. 
pt. 2, counties of West Virginia. 


Cook, R. B. Lewis county in the Civil War. 1924. 

Cook, R. B. Lewis county in the Spanish-American War. 1925. Pam. 

Lewis County. Cook, R. B. Lewis county in the Spanish-American War. 
1925. Pam. 

County and Town Histories 

Berkeley County. Aler, F. V. Aler's history of Martinsburg and Berkeley 
County, West Virginia, n. d. 

00 Biennial Report op the 

Fayette County. Peters, J. T. and Garden, H. B. History of Fayette 
County, West Virginia. 1926. 

Hampshire County. Maxwell, H. and Swisher, H. L. History of Hamp- 
shire County, West Virginia. 1897. 

Harrison County. Haymond, Henry. History of Harrison County, West 
Virginia. cl910. 

Lewis County. Smith, E. C. History of Lewis County West Virgina. 1920. 

Marshall County. Powell, Scott. History of Marshall County, West Vir- 
ginia. 1925. 

Monroe County. Morton, 0. F. History of Monroe County, West Virginia. 

Pendleton County. Morton, O. F. History of Pendleton County, West Vir- 
ginia. 1910. 

Preston County. Morton, 0. F. History of Preston County, West Vir- 
ginia. 1914. 2 v. 

Preston County. Wiley, S. T. History of Preston County, West Virginia. 

Randolph County. Bosworth, A. S. History of Randolph County, West 
Virginia. 1916. 

Richie County. Lowther, M. K. History of Ritchie county with biograph- 
ical sketches of its pioneers and their ancestry. 1911. 

Shepherdstown. Dandridge, Mrs. D. (B). Historic Shepherdstown. 
Appendix contains alphabetical list of officers and privates connected 
with Shepherdstown or recruited in its neighborhood during the Rev- 

Summers County. Miller, J. H. History of Summers county. 1908. 

Tucker County. Maxwell, H. History of Tucker County, West Virginia. 


Wisconsin State Historical Society Collections, 
v. 1-21, 1903-1915. 
v. 23-28, 1916-1920. 
v. 21 index to first 20 volumes. 


Bryant, E. E. History of the Third regiment of Wisconsin veteran volun- 
teer infantry, 1861-65. 1891. 

Love, W. De L. Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion; a history of all 
regiments and batteries the state has sent to the field. 1866. 

Quiner, E. B. Military history of Wisconsin; a report of the civil and mil- 
itary patriotism of the state in the war for the Union, with a history of 
the campaigns in which Wisconsin soldiers have been conspicuous, reg- 
imental histories, sketches of distinguished officers, the roll of the illus- 
trious dead, etc. 1866. 

Wisconsin Adjutant-General. Roster of Wisconsin volunteers, War of the 
Rebellion, 1861-65. 1886. 2 v. 

Wisconsin Commission on Civil War records. Records and sketches of 
military organizations, population, legislation, election and other sta- 
tistics relating to Wisconsin in the period of the Civil War. 1914. 

State Library fil 


Amory. Meredith, G. E. Descendants of Hugh Amory, 1605-1805. 1901. 

Amstrong. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Armstrong family (in Notable 
Southern Families, v. 1). 

Armstrong. Armstrong Zella, comp. Armstrong "trooper" (in Notable 
Southern Families v. 3). 

Avery. Avery, E. M. C. H. T. Grotan Avery Clan. 1912. 2 v. 

Banning. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Banning family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 1) . 

Banning. Banning, Kate. Genealogical and biographical records of the 
Banning and allied families. 1925. 
Bradley, Bird, Thompson, Scudamore, Sparrow, Vicars. 

Banta. Banta, T. M. Frisian family, the Banta genealogy. 1893. 

Barton. Barton, W. E. Lieutenant William Barton of Morris County, 
New Jersey, and his descendants. 1900. 

Bassett. Bassette, B. B. One Bassett family in America, with all con- 
nections in America and many in Great Britain and France. 1926. 

Bean. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Bean family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Beeson. Beeson, J. L. Beeson genealogy, n. d. 

Bell. Clemens, W. M. Bell family in America. 1913. Pam. 

Beville. Tedcastle, A. B. V. Beville family of Virginia, Geox'gia and 
Florida and several allied families, north and south. 1917. 

Black. Clemens, W. M., ed. Early marriage records of the Black family 
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Blount. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Blount family (in Notable Southern 
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Boone. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Boone family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Boone. Spraker, H. A., comp. Boone family. A genealogical history of 
the descendants of George and Mary Boone, who came to America in 
1717, containing many unpublished bits of early Kentucky history, also a 
biographical sketch of Daniel Boone, the pioneer. 1922. 

Booth. Mahoney, E. V. Sketches of Tudor Hall and the Booth family. 

Booth. Stubbs, Mrs. E. S. (B). Descendants of Thomas Booth, born 1663 
and died 1736, of Ware Neck, Gloucester County, Virginia. 1923. 

Borden. Armstrong, Zella. Borden family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
ilies, v. 2) . 

Branch. Cabell, J. B. Branch of Abingdon; being a partial account of 
Christopher Branch of "Arrow Hattocks" and "Kingsland" in Henrico 
county, and the founder of the Branch family in Virginia. 1911. 

Branch, Mrs. M. (P). Memoirs of a southern woman. 1912. 
Branch, Edwards, Jones, Long and Polk families. 

Branch. Cabell, J. B. Branchiana; being a partial account of the Branch 
family in Virginia, n. d. 

Brewster. Jones, E. C. B., comp. Brewster genealogy. 1566-1907. 2 v. 

Brinckerhoff. Brinckerhoff, R. Family of Jiros Dircksen Brinckerhoff. 

62 Biennial Keport op the 

Brown. Brown, I. B. Genealogy of Rasselas Wilcox Brown and Mary 
Potter Brown, their descendants and ancestral lines, n. d. 

Brownlow. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Brownlow family (in Notable South- 
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Bryan. Armstrong, Zella. Bryan family (in Notable Southern Families, 
v. 2). 

Byrd. Byrd, William. Writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover in 
Virginia. 1901. 

Cabell. Brown, Alexander. The Cabells and their kin. 1895. 

Calhoun. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Calhoun family (in Notable Southern 
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Campbell. Whitaker, M. G. (C). Genealogy of the Campbell, Noble, 
Gorton, Shelton, Gilmour, and Byrd families. 1927. 

Cantrill. Christie, Mrs. S. C. Cantrill-Cantrell genealogy; a record of the 
descendants of Richard Cantrill who was a resident of Philadelphia prior 
to 1689 and of earlier Cantrills in England and America. 1908. 

Carter. Armstrong, Zella. Carter family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Claiborne, J. H. William Claiborne of Virginia, with some account of his 
pedigree. 1917. 

Clay. Clay, Mrs. M. R. Clay family; part 1, the mother of Henry Clay, 
by Z. F. Smith; part 2, genealogy of the Clays, by Mrs. M. R. Clay. 1899. 

Chochrans. Armstrong, Zella. Chochrans-Haughton, I. C, comp. Chron- 
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Cockrill. Armstrong, Zella. Cockrill family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Coghill. Coghill, J. H. Family of Coghill, 1377-1879. 1879. 

Cooke. Stubbs, Mrs. E. S. (B). Descendants of Mordicai Cooke, of "Mor- 
dicai's Mount," Gloucester County, Virginia, 1650. 1923. 

Crafts. Crafts family. Crafts, J. M. and W. F. A genealogical and 
biographical history of the descendants of Griffin and Alice Craft of 
Roxbury, Mass., 1630-1890. 1893. 

Crockett. Ai-mstrong, Zella. Crockett family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
ilies, v. 5). 

Cromwell. Waylen, James. House of Cromwell; a genealogical history of 
the family and descendants of the Protector. 1897. 

Daingerfield. MacRea, Lawrence. Descendants of John Daingerfield 
(1640) and his wife of New Gent County, Virginia, and of George Parker 
(1650) and his wife of Accomac County, Virginia. 

Davis. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Davis family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
ilies, v. 2) . 

Davis. Davis, H. A. Davis family; Davies and David in Wales and Amer- 
ica; genealogy of Morgan David of Pennsylvania. 1927. 

Deadrick. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Deadrick family (in Notable South- 
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De Carpentier. Sellers, E. J. Carpentier allied ancestry. 1928. 

DeGraffenried. DeGraffenried, T. P. History of the DeGraffenried family 
from 1191 A. D. to 1925. 1925. 

Dillon. Dillon, A. O. Ancestors of Arthur Orison Dillon. 1927. 

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Donaldson. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Donaldson family (in Notable South- 
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Drapers. Draper, T. W. M. Drapers in America; being a history and 

genealogy of those of that name and connection. 1892. 
Duke. Armstrong, Zella. Duke family (in Notable Southern Families 

v. 2). 
Dwight. Dwight, B. W. History and descendants of John Dwight of Ded- 

ham, Mass. 1874. 2 v. 
Early. Early, S. S. History of the family of Early in America. 1896. 
Elston. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Elston family (in Notable Southern 

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branches; a survey of the Ewings and their kin in America. 1919. 
Fenwick. Sellers, E. J. Fenwick allied ancestry. 1916. 
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America, 1714-1914. 1914. 
Fontaine. Maury, Ann. Memoirs of a Huguenot family translated and 

compiled from the original autobiography of the Rev. James Fontaine. 

Gaines. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Gaines family (in Notable Southern 

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Garr. Garr, J. W. and J. C. Genealogy of the descendants of John Garr 

or more particularly of his son, Andreas Garr. 1894. 
Georgia. Brooks, E. L., comp. Genealogical record and history of the 

Georgia family in America, n. d. 
Gladding. Gladding, H. C. Gladding book; being a historical record and 

genealogical chart. 1901. 
Gordons. Gordon, A. C. Gordons in Virginia with notes on Gordans of 

Scotland and Ireland. 1918. 
Griggs. Griggs, W. S. Genealogy of the Griggs family. 1926. 
Hakes. Hakes, Harry. The Hakes family. 1889. 

Hardwick. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Harwick family (in Notable South- 
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Harrison. Harrison, J. B. and B. N. A memoir of an American family, 

the Harrisons of Skimino. 1910. 
Hawkins. Hawkins, J. P. Memorando concerning some branches of the 

Hawkins family and connections. 1913. 
Haywood. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Haywood family (in Notable South- 
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Hearne. Hearne, W. T. Brief history and genealogy of the Hearne family. 

Heatwold. Heatwold, C. J. History of the Heatwold family. 1907. 
Henderson. Henderson, William. Family record of the Henderson and 

Whiddon families and their descendants. 1926. 
Hill. Hill, F. C. Biographical sketch and genealogical record of the 

descendants of Melanchthon Hill of Connecticut, 1610-1895. 
Hills. Hills, W. S. and Thomas. The Hills family in America. 1906. 

Supplementary record. 1908. 
Hollingsworth. Armstrong, Zella. Hollingsworth family (in Notable 

Southern Families, v. 2). 

64 Biennial Report of the 

Hollingsworth. Stewart, J. A. Descendants of Valentine Hollingsworth, 
Sr. 1925. 

Holliday. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Holliday family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 2). 

Holloway. Holloway, O. E. Genealogy of the Holloway families. 1927. 

Houston. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Houston family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 2) . 

Howard. Armstrong, Zella. Howard families (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Hubbard. Day, E. W. One thousand years of Hubbard history, 1866- 
1895. 1895. 

Huguenot families. Eminent and thrifty Huguenot families (in Hirsch, 
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Jaudon. Sellers, E. J. Jaudon family of Pennsylvania. 1924. 

Johnson. Knobs, Demaris. Ancestry of Grafton Johnson with its four 
branches; the Johnson, the Holman, the Keen, the Morris. 1924. 

Johnston. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Johnston family (in Notable South- 
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Jones. Fothergill, Mrs. A. B. (M). Peter Jones and Richard Jones 
genealogies. 1924. 

Jones. Jones, L. H. Captain Roger Jones of London and Virginia; some 
of his antecedents and descendants. 1891. 

Given also: Bathurst, Belfield, Browning, Carter, Catesby, Cocke, Gra- 
ham, Flauntheroy, Hickman, Haskins, Latane, Lewis, Meriweather, Skel- 
ton, Walker, Waring, Woodford. 

Jones. Jones, W. R. John Paul Jones and his ancestry together with his 
last days by J. G. Branch. 1927. 

Kelton. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Kelton family (in Notable Southern 
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Kennan. Kennan, T. L. Genealogy of the Kennan family. 1907. 

Kennedy. Kennedy, E. L., comp. History of the descendants of William 
Kennedy and his wife, Mary or Marian Henderson, from 1730-1880. 1881. 

Key. Armstrong, Zella. Key family (in Notable Southern Families, v. 1). 

Kite. Kite family. A fragmentary sketch of the family from its origin in 
the ninth century to the present day. n. d. 

Lamb. Clemens, W. M., ed. Early marriage records of the Lamb family 
in the United States. 1916. Pam. 

Lea. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Lea family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Leach. Leach, F. P. Lawrence Leach of Salem, Mass., and some of his 
descendants. 1924. 

Lee. Lee, E. J., ed. Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892; biographical and geneal- 
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Lee. Mead, E. C. Genealogical history of the Lee family of Virginia and 
Maryland from A. D. 1300 to A. D. 1866. 1871. 

Lewis. McAllister, J. M. and Tandy, L. B. Genealogies of the Lewis and 
kindred families. 1906. 

Liddle. Sides, R. M., comp. Genealogy of the Liddle family, Martha 
(Liddle) Gifford. n. d. 

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Lomax. Lomax, Joseph. Genealogical and historical sketches of the 
Lomax family. 1894. 

Lowndes. Chase, G. B. Lowndes of South Carolina; a historical and 
genealogical memoir. 1876. 

Lundy. Armstrong, W. C. Lundy family and their descendants of what- 
soever surname with a biographical sketch of Benjamin Lundy. 1902. 

Luttrell. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Luttrell family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 1). 

Lyle. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Lyle family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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McAdoo. Armstrong, Zella, comp. McAdoo family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 1). 

McDonalds. Williams, Mrs. F. (M). Glengarry McDonalds of Virginia. 

McGhee. Armstrong, Zella, comp. McGhee family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 1). 

MacLean. MacLean, J. P. Family of MacLean. A brief genealogical ac- 
count of the family of MacLean from its first settling in the island of 
Mull and parts adjacent in the year 1716, now in the Advocates Library, 
Edinburgh. 1915. 

MacLean. MacLean, J. P. An account of the surname of MacLean or 
Macghillian from the manuscript of 1751 and a sketch of the life and 
writings of Lachlan MacLean with other information pertaining to the 
clan, MacLean. 1914. 

MacLean. MacLean, J. P. A history of the clan MacLean from its first 
settlements at Duard Castle, in the isle of Mull, to the present period, 
including a genealogical account of some of the principal families to- 
gether with their heraldry, legends, and superstitions. 1889. 

McMillan. Armstrong, Zella, comp. McMillan family (in Notable South- 
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McNair. McNair, J. B., comp. McNair, McNear, and McNeir genealogies. 

MacNeil. MacNeil, R. L. Clan MacNeil; Clan Niall of Scotland. 1923. 

MacRae. Gilstrap, Mrs. E. (M)., comp. Clan MacRae with its rolls of 
honor and service in the Great War. 1923. 

Magill. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Magill family (in Notable Southern 
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Majors. Cabell, J. B. The Majors and their marriages. 1915. 

Marsh. Marsh, L. B., comp. Genealogy of John Marsh of Salem and his 
descendants, 1633-1888. 1888. 

Maxwell. Houston, Mrs. F. A. (W). and others. Maxwell history and 
genealogy. 1916. 

Mayer. Mayer, Brantz. Memoir and genealogy of the Maryland and 
Pennsylvania family of Mayer. 1878. 

Meade. Baskerville, P. H. Andrew Meade of Ireland and Virginia, his 
ancestors and some of his descendants and their connections, including 
sketches of the following: Meade, Everard, Hardaway, Eggleston, Segar, 
Peltus, and Overton. 1921. 

66 Biennial Report op the 

Millers. Miller, G. H. Millers of Millersburg and their descendants. 1923. 
McGee, Jameson, Read, Scott, Wyatt, Donnelly, White, Washington, 
Blackwell, Smith, Mayfield, Johnson, Kuykendall, Beene, Sadler, Clark, 
Woodfm, Whiteside and Myers. 

Moffat. Moffat, R. B. Moffat genealogies; descent from Rev. John Moffat 
of Ulster County, New York. 1909. 

Molton. Molton, T. H. Molton family and kinsmen: 

Hooks, Hunter, Whitfield, Linn, Tutle, Henley, Havis, Summerlin, Ware, 
Clover, Smith, Williams, Upman, and others. 1922. 

Montague. Montague, G. W., comp. History and genealogy of Peter 
Montague of Nansemond and Lancaster Counties, Virginia, and his 
descendants, 1621-1894. 1894. 

Montgomery. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Montgomery family (in Notable 
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Moore. Moore, G. W. Genealogy of the Moore family of Londonberry, 
New Hampshire and Peterborough, New Hampshire, 1648-1924; includ- 
ing Moores of South Carolina. 

Nance. Nance, G. W. Nance memorial; a history of the Nance family in 
general. 1904. 

Newkirk. Newkirk, T. J. Genealogy and history of the Newkirk, Hamil- 
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Newton. Leonard, Mrs. E. E. (N), comp. Newton genealogy; genealog- 
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Noblet. Noblit, J. H., comp. Genealogical collections relating to the fam- 
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of Great Britain; Noblet, Noblitt, Nobbitt, and Nobbit of America. 1906. 

Norris. Myers, T. M. Norris family in Maryland. 1916. 

Opdyck. Opdyke, C. W. Opdyck genealogy, containing the Opdyck- 
Opdycke-Opdyke, Updike, American descendants of the Wesel and Hol- 
land families. 1889. 

O'Toomeys. Toomey, T. N. The O'Toomeys of Croom and their descend- 
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Park. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Park family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Parkes. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Parkes family (in Notable Southern 
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Phinizy. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Phinizy family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 1). 

Polk. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Polk family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Polk. Polk, W. H. Polk family and kinsmen. 1912. 

Pomeroy. Pomeroy, A. A. History and genealogy of the Pomeroy fam- 
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Quisenberry. Quisenberry, A. C. Memorials of the Quisenberry family in 
German, England and America. 1900. 

Reese. Reese, M. E. Genealogy of the Reese family in Wales and America. 

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Roberdeau. Buchanan, Roberdeau. Genealogy of the Roberdeau family. 

Roosevelt. Clemens, W. M. Ancestry of Theodore Roosevelt; a genealog- 
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Rosenberger. Rosenberger, J. L. Through three centuries; Colver and 

Rosenberger, lives and times, 1620-1922. 1922. 
Rucker. Whitley, E. J. R. History of the Rucker family and their descen- 
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public records and other authentic sources. 1884. 
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Ryerse, Ryerss, also Adriance and Martense, ed. by A. L. Holman. 1916. 
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Savage. Savage, Mrs. M. T. Savage, Tisdale and allied families genealog- 
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Barnam, Burke, Graham, Drummond, Ruthven, Carnegie, Morris. 
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and biographical. 1925. Ames, Dorr. 
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Seawright. 1893. 
Seldon. Kennedy, Mrs. M. (S). Seldens of Virginia and allied families 

1911. 2v. 
Sellers. Sellers, E. J. Partial genealogy of the Sellers and Wampole 

families of Pennsylvania. 1903. 
Sellers. Sellers, E. J. Sellers family of Pennsylvania. 1925. 
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Sharpless. Cope, Gilbert, comp. Genealogy of the Sharpless family 

descended from John and Jane Sharpless. 1887. 
Shearer. Shearer, J. W. Shearer-Akers family combined with "The Bryan 

line" through the seventh generation. 1915. 
Shelby. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Shelby family (in Notable Southern 

Families, v. 2). 
Shields. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Shields family (in Notable Southern 

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Shine. Shine, J. W. History of the Shine family in Europe and America 

Slocum. Slocum, C. E. Short history of the Slocums, Slocumbs, and 

Slocumbes of America. 1882. 
Snow. Snow, E. H. William Snow family; descendants of William Snow 
who landed at Plymouth, Mass., in 1635. 1908. 

Spotswood. Campbell, Charles. Genealogy of the Spotswood family in 
Scotland and Virginia. 1868. 

Stanton. Stanton, W. H. Book called our ancestors, the Stantons. 1922. 
Steen. Steen, M. D. A. The Steen family in Europe and America. 1917. 
Stevenson. Stevenson, S. H. and others. History and genealogical record 
of the Stevenson family from 1748 to 1926. n. d. 

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Stone. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Stone family (in Notable Southern 

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Stone. Bartlett, J. G. Simon Stone genealogy ancestry and descendants of 

Deacon Simon Stone of Watertown, Mass., 1320-1926. 1926. 
Storrs. Storrs, Charles, comp. Storrs family genealogical and other 

memoranda. 1886. 
Strassburger. Strassburger, R. B. Strassburger family and allied fam- 
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Strickler. Strickler, H. M. Forerunners; a history and genealogy of the 
Strickler families, their kith and kin, including Kauffmans, Strifers, 
Burners, Ruffins, Beavers, Shavers, Brunbachs, Zirkles, Blossers, Groves, 
Brubakers, Neffs, Rothgebs. 1925. 

Strong. Dwight, B. W. History and descendants of Elder John Strong 
of Northampton, Mass. 1871. 2 v. 

Strouds. Stroud, A. B. The Strouds, a colonial family of English descent. 

Swift. Swift, J. G. Memoirs of Gen. Joseph Gardner Swift, 1800-1865, 
to which is added a genealogy of the family of Thomas Swift of Dor- 
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Talbot. Shirk, Mrs. I. M. (M). Descendants of Richard and Elizabeth 
(Ewen) Talbott of Poplar Knowle West River, Anne Arundel County, 
Maryland. 1927. 

Thomas. Spencer, R. H. Thomas family of Talbot County, Maryland, 
allied families. 1914. 

Tiernan. Tiernan, C. B. Tiernan family in Maryland. 1898. 

Tree. Leach, J. G., ed. Some account of the Tree family and its connec- 
tions in England and America. 1908. 

Tunnell. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Tunnell family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 3). 

Turney. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Turnley family (in Notable Southern 
Families v. 1). 

Turnleys. Turnley, P. T. The Turneys; a brief record biographic and 
narrative of some of the Turnleys in the U. S. and Europe. 1905. 
Supplement, 1908. 

Vance. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Vance family (in Notable Southern 
Families, v. 2). 

Van Dyke. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Van Dyke family (in Notable South- 
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Wake. Wake, William. Brief inquiry into the antiquity, honor and estate 
of the name and family of Wake. 1833. 

Washington. Welles, Albert. Pedigree and history of the Washington 
family. 1879. 

Wayne. Sellers, E. J. English ancestry of the Wayne family of Pennsyl- 
vania. 1927. 

Wear. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Wear family (in Notable Southern Fam- 
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Webb. Greene, R. H. William Webb, his war service from Long Island 
and Connecticut, ancestry and descendants. 1914. 

Wheeler. American College of Genealogy, comp. Genealogical and en- 
cyclodedic history of the Wheeler family in America. 1914. 

Williams. Armstrong, Zella, comp. Williams family (in Notable South- 
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Williams. Williams, M. F., comp. Williams history, tracing the descen- 
dants of Robert Williams of Tuthin, North Wales, who settled in Car- 
teret County, North Carolina, in 1763; ed. by H. M. Plaisted. 1921. 

Wilcox. Wilcox, Joseph. Ivy Mills, 1729-1866. Wilcox and allied families 

Willis. Willis, B. C. and R. H. Sketch of the Willis family of Virginia 
and their kindred in other states. Including Reades, Warners, Lewises, 
Byrds, Carters, Champes, Bassetts, Madisons, Daingerfields, Thorntons, 
Burrells, Taliaferros, Tyloes, Smiths, Amblers, n. d. 

Wilson. Wilson, F. A. Early history of the Wilson family of Kittery, 
Maine. 1898. 

Winslow. Holton, D. P. and F. K. (F). Winslow memorial, family records 
of Winslows and their descendants in America with the English ancestry 
as far as known. 1877. 2 v. 

Wisdom. Wisdom, G. W., comp. Genealogy of the Wisdom family 1675- 
1910. 1910. 

Wright. Wright, C. W. Wright ancestry of Caroline, Dorchester, Somer- 
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Callahan, E. W., ed. List of officers of the navy of the United States and of 

the Marine corps from 1775 to 1900. 1901. 
Hamersly, T. H. S., comp. and ed. Complete regular army register of the 

United States for one hundred years, 1779-1879, also a military history 

of the Department of War. 1880. 
Hamerly, L. R., comp. Records of living officers of the U. S. Navy and 

Marine corps. 1890. 
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U. S. Census Bureau. Official register, persons in the civil, military and 

naval service of the United States. 1871-date. 1872. 

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Bodge, G. M. Soldiers in King Philip's War; being a critical account of 
that war. 1906. Official lists of the soldiers of Massachusetts colony 
serving in Philip's War and sketches of the principal officers; copies of 
ancient documents and records relating to the war. Also list of the 
narraganuts grantees of the United Colonies, Massachusetts, Plymouth, 
and Connecticut. 


Dandridge, Danske. American prisoners of the Revolution. 1911. 

Inman, George. Losses of the military and naval forces engaged in the 
war of the American Revolution (Pennsylvania Magazine of History and 
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until his surrender at Saratoga, Oct. 16, 1777, from original manuscript 
deposited at Washington's headquarters, N. Y.; ed. by E. B. O'Callaghan. 

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War, 1775 to 1783. 1904. 

Sabine, Lorenzo. American loyalists; or, biographical sketches of adherents 
to the British crown in the War of the Revolution. cl847. 

Saffell, W. T. R. Records of the Revolutionary War; containing the mili- 
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regiments, companies, and corps, with the dates of their commissions and 
enlistments. 1894. 

Lossing, B. J. Pictorial field book of the Revolution or illustrations by pen 
and pencil of the history biography, scenery, relics and traditions of the 
War for Independence. 1859. 

War of 1812 

Cullum, G. W. Campaigns of the War of 1812-15 against Great Britain, 
sketched and criticized with brief biographies of the American engineers, 
by Brevet Major General George W. Cullum. 1879. 

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by pen and pencil, of the history, biography, scenery, relics and tradi- 
tions of the last war for American independence. 1896. 

Peterson, C. J. The military heroes of the War of 1812. (1858). With 
this is bound the author's The Military Heroes of the War with Mexico, 
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Civil War 

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