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Illinois 
historical Survey 



PUBLICATION NUMBER EIGHTEEN 



OF THE 



Illinois State Historical 
Library 



A List of the 



GENEALOGICAL WORKS 



IN THE 



Illinois State Historical Library 

Springfield, Illinois 



Georgia L. Osborne, Compiler 



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Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers 

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PREFATORY NOTE 

In preparing a list of the works on Genealogy to be found in the 
Illinois State Historical Library it must be taken into consideration that 
this Department of the Library was only begun in 1907. Previous to 
iliat time there had been collected many important works along this 
line, but no especial effort had been made to make a separate department 
of Genealogy. 

While our collection cannot yet be classed with such depositories 
as the Library of Congress ; the Wisconsin Historical Society at Madison ; 
the New England Genealogical and Historical Society at Boston; the 
collections at New York City, Albany, and the Genealogical department 
of the Newberry Library at Chicago ; still considering that we have been 
doing a special work along this line only for the last six years, we think 
our collection has been wisely and judiciously selected and that we have 
made a commendable start in what will prove, as time goes on, a great 
library for the genealogical student. There is no department in the 
Library except the Lincolniana, that is used and consulted more than 
the Genealogical department. We have students working day in and 
day out, from all parts of the State and other states, and we have many 
letters asking assistance and information on genealogical subjects. We 
try to meet fully these demands, but it would take the entire time of a 
very alert person to do the reference work desired by these correspondents. 

The State Library of the State of Illinois which is entirely separate 
from this Library has quite a collection also in the way of State 
records (Revolutionary records) town histories and local material which 
we hope eventually will be added to our collection, but as the two 
libraries are at present on the same floor in the Capitol building, these 
volumes can easily be consulted when the material asked for is not to 
be found in this Library. 

A valuable part of the work of this department, is the compiling 
of the list of Revolutionary soldiers buried in Illinois. This is the 
painstaking and careful work of Mrs. Edwin S. Walker, a member of 
the Committee on Genealogy and Genealogical Publications of the 
Illinois State Historical Society, assisted by members of the local chap- 
ters of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and is being published 
in the Quarterly Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, begun 
in the April Journal, 1912. These lists are compiled by counties, and 
no name placed on the list until it is verified and is absolutely correct. 
The following counties have been listed: Cass, Clark, Cook, Greene, 
Macon, Madison, Menard, Iroquois, Peoria, Sangamon, Morgan, and 
Warren, the latter being compiled by Mrs. Helen Nye Rupp, of Mon- 
mouth, 111. 

If it is found on further investigation that other names should be 
• ultlt'd to these county lisls. they will be published in subsequent issues 
of the Journal. 



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We have made an appeal from time to time in our annual reports 
for contributions of the following nature to this Department: 

Old record books of early churches. Inscriptions on gravestones inx 
country burying grounds. Records copied from old family bibles. 

Manuscripts narrative of the pioneers of Illinois. Biographical 
sketches of pioneers, old diaries, letters, deeds, wills. 

Original papers on the early history and settlement of the Territory. 

Lists of soldiers of the War of 1812 who received bounty-land 
grants in Illinois. 

Information concerning family histories being compiled, or those 
already compiled that an attempt may be made to secure a copy for the 
Library. 

The works in this list are arranged alphabetically, first by states, 
second by family histories, third by general works and periodicals. 

The publications of the Illinois State Historical Library and Society 
contain a large number of articles useful to the genealogist; they are 
accounts of pioneer persons, places and events relating to Illinois and 
the old Northwest. While these cannot be classified as strictly genea- 
logical works they are very helpful to students working on the ancestry 
of Illinois and western families. A list of these publications of the 
Library and the Society may be found at the end of this volume. 

By co-operation of members of the Society in this work we hope 
to build up the Genealogical Department of the Illinois State Historical 
Library until in time it shall be classed as one of the great genealogical 
collections of the West. 

Georgia L. Osborne 
Assistant Librarian Illinois State Historical Library, and Chairman of 

the Committee on Genealogy and Genealogical Publications Illinois 

State Historical Society 
Springfield, 111., April, 1914. 



ALABAMA 

AKCHIVES AND HISTORY, DEPARTMENT OF— 

Alabama Official and Statistical Reporter, 1911. 

Thomas M. Owen, LL.D., compiler. 367 p. 8°, Montgomery, Ala., 1912. 
The Brown Printing Co., publishers. 

EARLY SETTLERS OF ALABAMA— 

By Col. James Edmonds Saunders, Lawrence County, Ala. With 
notes and genealogies, by his granddaughter, Elizabeth Saunders Blair 
Stubbs. Part. I. 

Col. James Edmonds Saunders. 530 p. 8°, New Orleans, La., 1899. L. 
Graham & Sons, publishers. 

MOBILE— 

The Founding of Mobile, 1702-1718. Studies in the history of the 
first capital of the Province of Louisiana, with map showing its relation 
to the present city. 

Peter J. Hamilton, LL.D. 104 p. 12°, Mobile, Ala., 1911. Commercial 
Printing Co., publishers. 

PICKENS COUNTY— 

History of Pickens County, Alabama; from its first settlement in 
1817 to 1856. 

Nelson P. Smith. 272 p. 12°, 1856, Carrollton, Ala. Printed at the 
Pickens Republican Office. 

ARKANSAS 

ARKANSAS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION— 

Vols. I, II, III, 1906, 1908, 1909. John Hugh Reynolds, Secretary. 
Published at Fayetteville, Ark., 1906-1909. 

CALIFORNIA 

CALIFORNIA SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLU- 
TION— 
History, constitution, by-laws, membership. 

Col. A. S. Hubbard, compiler. 29 p. 8°, San Francisco, 1893. Published 
by the Society. 

THE SPANISH ARCHIVES OF CALIFORNIA— 

Paper read before the California Genealogical Society, July 13, 
1901. 

Pam. 8 p. 8°, San Francisco, 1901. The Murdock Press. 

CONNECTICUT 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North 
America; to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 



CONNECTICUT 

BETHLEHEM— 

See Woodbury, Conn. 

BRADFORD— 

See New Haven, Colony of. 

CHESHIRE— 

History of Wallingford, .Conn., from its settlement in 1670 to the 
present time, including Meriden, which was one of its parishes untft 
1806, and Cheshire, which was incorporated in 1780. 

Charles Henry Stanley Davis, M.D. Published by the author, Mount 
Tom Printing House, Wallingford, Conn. 956 p. 8°, Meriden, Conn., 1870. 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Vol. VIII. Rolls and Lists of Connecticut Men in the Revolution, 
1775-1783. 

Vol. IX. Historical Collections French and Indian War Rolls. 
Vol. I, 1755-1757. 

Vol. X. French and Indian War Rolls. Vol. II, 1758-1762. 

Vol. XII. Lists and Returns of Connecticut Men in the Revolu- 
tion, 1775-1783. 

Published by the Society, Hartford, Conn. 

List of family genealogies in the Library of the Connecticut His- 
torical Society corrected to August 31, 1911. 

42 p. 8°, Hartford, Conn., 1911. Published by the Society. 

FAIRFIELD— 

An Old New England Town. Sketches of life, scenery, character. 

Frank Samuel Child, 230 p. 8°, New York, 1895. Charles Scribner's Sons, 
publishers. 

See New Haven, Conn. British Invasion of. 

GUILFORD— 

The history of Guilford, Conn., from its first settlement in 1639; 
From the manuscript of Hon. Ralph D. Smith. 

Hon. Ralph D. Smith. 219 p. 4°, Albany, N. Y., 1877. Joel Munsell, 
printer. 

See New Haven, Colony of. By Robert Atwater Smith. 
See New Haven, Colony of. By Edward Lambert. 

HARTFORD— 

Historical catalogue of the first church in Hartford, 1633-1855. 
274 p. 8°, Hartford, Conn., 1883. Published by the Church. Press of the 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. 

MERIDEN— 

History of Wallingford, Conn., from its settlement in 1670 to the 
present time, including Meriden, which wns one of its parishes until 
1806. and Cheshire, which was incorporated in 1780. 

Charles Henry Stanley Davis, M.D. Published by the author. 956 p. 8°, 
Meriden, Conn., 1870. Mount Tom Printing House, Wallingford, Conn. 



CONNECTICUT 

MIDDLEBURY— 

See Waterbury, Conn. 
See Woodbury, Conn. 

MILFORD— 

See New Haven, Colony of. 

NAUGATUCK— 

See Waterbury, Conn. 

NEW HAVEN— 

The British invasion of New Haven, Conn., together with some 
account of their landing and burning the towns of Fairfield and Norwalk, 
July, 1779. 

Charles Hervey Townshend. 112 p. 8°, New Haven, Conn., 1879. Tuttle, 
Morehouse & Taylor, printers. 

NEW HAVEN, COLONY OF— 

History of the Colony of New Haven, before and after the union 
with Connecticut. Containing a particular description of the towns 
which composed that government, viz : New Haven, Milf ord, Guilford, 
Bradford, Stamford, and Southold, L. I., with a notice of the towns 
which have been set off from "the original six." 

Edward R. Lambert. 216 p. 12°, New Haven, 1838. Printed and pub- 
lished by Hitchcock & Stafford. 

History of the Colony of New Haven to its absorption into Con- 
necticut with supplementary history and personnel of the towns of Brad- 
ford, Guilford, Milford, Stratford, Norwalk, Southold, etc. Compiled 
by Robert Atwater Smith, assisted by Bessie E. Beach and Lucy M. 
Hewitt. 

Edward E. Atwater. 767 p. 12°, Meriden, Conn., 1902. The Journal 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

NEW LONDON— 

History of New London, Conn., from the first survey of the coast 
in 1612 to 1852. Second edition, continued to 1860. 

Frances Manwaring Caulkins. 679 p. 8°, New London, Conn., 1860; 2d 
edition. Published by the author. 

NEW MILFORD— 

Two centuries of New Milford, Conn., an account of the Bi- 
centennial Celebration of the founding of the town held June 15-18, 
1907, with a number of historical articles and reminiscences. Prepared 
under the direction of the historical committee by various citizens of 
New Milford and by the editorial department of the Grafton Press. 

307 p. 8°, New York, 1907. The Grafton Press, publishers. 

NORWALK— 

Norwalk after two hundred and fifty years. An account of the 
celebration of the 250th anniversary of the charter of the town, 1651, 
September 11, 1901. Including historical sketches of churches, schools, 
old homes, institutions, eminent men, etc., etc. Together with the record 
of soldiers and sailors enlisted in Norwalk, from 1676 to 1898. 



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CONNECTICUT 

NORWALK— 

387 p. 8°, South Norwalk, Conn. C. A. Freeman, publisher. Published 
under the auspices of the Norwalk Historical and Memorial Association, 1902. 

See New Haven, Colony of. 

See also British Invasion of New Haven, Conn. 

NORWICH— 

History of Norwich, Conn., from its settlement in 1660 to 1845. 
Frances Manwaring Caulkins. 358 p. 8°, Norwich, Conn., 1845. Thomas^" 
Robinson, publishers. 

See Leffingwell Family. 

ORDERLY BOOK AND JOURNALS— 

Kept by Connecticut men while taking part in the American Revo- 
lution, 1775-1778. 

See Vol. 7. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society. 
385 p. 8°, Hartford, Conn., 1899. Published by the Connecticut Historical 
Society. 

OXFORD— 

See Waterbury, Conn. 
See Woodbury, Conn. 

PLYMOUTH— 

History of the Town of Plymouth, Conn., with an account of the 
centennial celebration, May 14 and 15, 1895. Also a sketch of Plymouth, 
Ohio, settled by local families. 

Francis Atwater, compiler. 41 p. 8°, Meriden, Conn., 1895. The Journal 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

See Waterbury, Conn. 
PROSPECT— 

See Waterbury, Conn. 
PUBLIC RECORDS OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT— 

From October, 1776, to February, 1778, inclusive. With the Journal 
of the Council of Safety, from October 11, 1776, to May 6, 1778, 
inclusive. And an appendix Vol. I, Hartford, 1894. The Public 
Records of the State of Connecticut from May, 1778, to April, 1780, 
inclusive, with the Journal of the Council of Safety from May 18, 1778, 
to April 23, 1780. Vol. II, Hartford, 1895. 

2 vols. 8°, Hartford, 1894-95. Press of the Case, Lockwood Brainard Co. 

ROXBURY— 

See Woodbury, Conn. 
SOUTHBURY— 

See Woodbury, Conn. 

STAMFORD— 

See New Haven, Colony of. 

SOUTHOLD— 

See New Haven, Colony of. 



CONNECTICUT-DELAWARE 

STRATFORD— 

See New Haven, Colony of. 

TORRINGTON— 

History of Torrington, Conn., from its first settlement in 1737. 
With biographies and genealogies. 
• Rev. Samuel Orcutt. 817 p. 8°, Albany, N.Y., 1878. Joel Munsell, printer. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND 
LABOR— 

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

227 p. 4°, Washington, D. C, 1908. U. S. Government, publishers. 

WALLINGFORD— 

History of Wallingford, Conn., from its settlement in 1670 to the 
present time, including Meriden, which was one of its parishes until 
1806, and Cheshire, which was incorporated in 1780. 

Charles Henry Stanley Davis, M.D. Published by the author, 956 p. 8°, 
Meriden, Conn., 1870. Mount Tom Printing House, Wallingford, Conn. 

WATERBURY— 

History of Waterbury, Conn. The original township embracing 
present Watertown and Plymouth and parts of Oxford, Wolcott, Middle- 
bury, Prospect and Naugatuck. With an appendix of biography, 
genealogy and statistics. 

Henry Bronson, M.D. 583 p. 8°, Waterbury, 1858. Bronson Bros., 
publishers. 

WINCHESTER— 

Annals and family records of Winchester, Conn., with exercises of 
the centennial celebration on the 16th and 17th days of August, 1871. 
John Boyd. 631 p. 8°, Hartford, 1873. Press of Case, Lockwood & 
Brainard. 

WOLCOTT— 

See Waterbury, Conn. 

WOODBURY— 

History of ancient Woodbury, Conn., from the first Indian deed, 
1659 to 1854, including the present towns of Washington, Southbury, 
Bethlem, Roxbury, and a part of Oxford and Middlebury. 

William Cothren. 2 vols. 8°, Waterbury, Conn., 1854. Bronson Bros., 
publishers. 

DELAWARE 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North 
America; to the 1st of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton County, Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8 , I7»i. 



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DELAWARE-GEORGIA 

NEW CASTLE COUNTY— 

A calender of Delaware wills, New Castle County, 1682-1800. 
Abstracted and compiled by the historical research committee of the 
Colonial Dames of Delaware. Copyright, 1911. By Frederick H. 
Hitchcock. 

218 p. 8°, Wilmington, Del., 1910. Frederick H. Hitchcock, publishers, 
New York. 

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SUSSEX COUNTY— 

Some records of Sussex County, Delaware. 

C. H. B. Turner, compiler. 387 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1909. Allen, Lane & 
Scott, publishers. 

WILMINGTON— 

The records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, 
Del., from 1697 to 1773. Translated from the original Swedish by 
Horace Burr, with an abstract of the English records, from 1773 to 
1810. Papers of the Historical Society of Delaware, IX. 

Horace Burr. 722 p. 8°, Delaware Historical Society, publishers, Wil- 
mington, Del., 1890. 

GEORGIA 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North 
America ; to the 1st of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton County, Va., July 4, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

COLONIAL RECORDS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA— 
Compiled and published under authority of the Legislature. 
Vol. I, 1732, to Vol. XXII, 1739. Except No. 20. not vet compiled. 
Allen D. Candler, A.M., LL.D., compiler. Atlanta, Ga., 1904-1910. Har- 
rison Law Book Co., publishers. (The Franklin-Turner Co.) 

CONFEDERATE RECORDS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA— 
Vol. I, 1860, to Vol. IV, 1868. Vol. VI, 1868. 

Allen D. Candler, A.M., LL.D., compiler. Atlanta, Ga., 1909-1910. The 
Franklin-Turner Co., publishers. 

REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA— 
Vol. I, 1769, to Vol. Ill, 1784. 
Allen D. Candler, compiler. 8°, Atlanta, Ga., State Printer, 1909-1912. 

DEAD TOWNS OF GEORGIA— 

Charles C. Jones, Jr. 263 p. 8°, Savannah, Ga., 1878. Morning News 
Steam Printing House. 

EBENEZER— 

The Salzburgers and their descendants; being the history of a 

colony of German (Lutherans) Protest anis. who emigrated to Georgia 

in 1734, and settled at Ebenezer, 25 miles above the city of Savannah. 

Rev. P. A. Strobel. 308 p. 12°, Baltimore, 1855. T." Newton Kurtz, 

publisher. 



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GEORGIA-ILLINOIS 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA— ■ 

Containing the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical 
sketches, anecdotes, etc., etc. 

Rev. George White, M.A. 688 p. 8°, New York, 1854. Pudney & Russell, 
publishers. 

HISTORY OF GEORGIA— 

2 vols. 8°, Boston, 1883. Charles C. Jones, Jr., LL.D. Houghton, Mifflin 
& Co., publishers. 

History of Georgia; from its first discovery by Europeans to the 
adoption of the present constitution, in 1798. 

2 vols. 8°, New York, 1847. Rev. William Bacon Stevens, M.D. Apple- 
ton & Co., publishers. 

LANDMARKS, MEMORIALS AND LEGENDS OF . GEORGIA— 
Lucian Lamar Knight. 
1065 p. 8°, Atlanta, Ga. Byrd Printing Co., 1913. 

MIDWAY— 

History of the Midway Congregational Church. James Stacy. 
283 p. 8°, Newman, Ga., 1903. S. W. Murray, printer. 

REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA— 

Vol. I, 1769, to Vol. Ill, 1784. 

Allen D. Candler, A.M., LL. D., compiler. Atlanta, Ga., 1909-1912. The 
Franklin Turner Co., publishers. 

ST. MARY'S— 

Historical sketches of old St. Mary's, compiled from the files of the 
Southeast Georgian. 

J. T. Vocelle and others. 12 p. 8°, St. Marys, Ga., n. d. (A crudely 
printed local which was issued as a present to subscribers to a local news- 
paper.) 

SALZBURGERS, (THE) AND THEIR DESCENDANTS— 

Being the history of a colony of German (Lutheran) Protestants, 

who emigrated to Georgia in 1743, and settled at Ebenezer, 25 miles 

above the city of Savannah. Rev. P. A. Strobel. 

308 p. 12°, Baltimore, 1855. T. Newton Kurtz, publisher. 

STEPHENS— 

Brief account of the causes that have retarded the progress of the 
colony of Georgia, in America, attested upon oath; being a proper con- 
trast to a state of the province of Georgia, attested upon oath; and 
some other misrepresentations on the same subject. 

Thomas Stephens. 101 p. 12°, London, 1743. publisher not given. 

ILLINOIS 

COUNTY HISTORIES OF ILLINOIS— 

Histories of the one hundred and two counties, contain biographical 
sketches of pioneers, and early settlements in the State, also war records. 

General histories of Illinois, contain biographical material as well 
as history of early settlements. 



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ILLINOIS 

Regimental- histories, War of the Rebellion. Contain material. 

Also separate histories of towns and cities and villages in the State 
are sources to be consulted. College and school catalogues, church 
directories, year books, and club programmes are also useful. 

CHICAGO, CONTINENTAL GUARD IN THE STATE OF ILLI- 
NOIS, HISTORY OF— 
Charter and by-laws. List of officers and members, together with 
the revolutionary services of their ancestors. Publication No. I. 

24 p. 8°, Chicago, 1895. Compiled by the Adjutant of the Guard. David 
Oliphant, printer. 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, ILLINOIS 
SOCIETY— 

Annual conferences. Reports 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1911, 1912, 
1913. No printed reports prior to 1905. 

Year books of the following chapters : Bloomington, Chicago, Dan- 
ville, Decatur, Galesburg, Jacksonville, Kewanee, Moline, Monmouth, 
Springfield. 
GENEALOGICAL NOTES OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS— 

For the years 1909, 1910. 

Milo Custer, n. p. Bloomington, 111., 1909, 1910. Typewritten copy. 

HOYNE'S— 

Annual Directory of Homoepathic Physicians in the State of 
Illinois for the "year 1879. 

Vol. I, No. 7, 31 p. 8°, Chicago, 1879. 

Vol. I, No. 10, 1882, 35 p. 8°, Chicago, 1882, T. S. Hoyne, publisher. 

KASKASKIA— 

Early settlers of. A directory, business mirror and historical 
sketches of Randolph County. 

By E. J. Montague. 245 p. 12°, Alton, 111., 1859. Courier Steam Book 
& Job Printing Co. 

LETTERS PATENT— 

Issued to Zadoc W. Flinn, of Morgan County, 111., David Clopton, 
Sangamon County, and Zadoc W. Flinn, assignee for John Doonigan, 
14 numbers. Dated 1826, 1827, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1837, 1839, 1841. 

McLEAN COUNTY— 

Heads of families of McLean County, 111., at the census of 1840. 
(Taken by Jacob Spawr, 1,092 names.) 

Copied and re-arranged by Milo Custer. Bloomington, 111., 1911. 

Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located 
in McLean County, 111. 

Milo Custer, compiler, n. p. 8°, Bloomington, 111., 1912. Publisher not 
given. 

Some old family records, McLean County, 111. 
Milo Custer. Nos. 1 and 2, 1910-1911. Typewritten Mss. 

Some old gravestone inscriptions in Bloomington and Randolph 
townships, McLean County. 

Milo Custer. Typewritten Mss. 



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ILLINOIS 

MADISON COUNTY— 

Gazetteer of Madison County, 111. 
James T. Hair, compiler and publisher. 292 p. 8°, Alton, 111., 1866. 

MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS— 

Illinois Society of Mayflower Descendants. 

Publications Nos. 2 and 3, 1905, 1911. 

4°, Chicago, 1905, 1911. Published by The Society. Oliphant Printing 
Co. R. R. Donnelly & Sons. 

MILITIA, RANGERS AND RIFLEMEN— 

War 1812. See Illinois War of 1812. Elliott, Isaac H. 
OBITUARIES— 

Central Illinois Obituaries, 1871-1880. (Compiled from old news- 
papers and other sources.) 

Milo Custer, Bloomington, 111., 1912. n. p. 8°, Bloomington, 111., 1912. 
Publisher not given. 

PENSION ROLT 

1816-1835. 
21 p. 8°. Place and publisher not given. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

War of 1812. Soldiers of the War of 1812, whose bounty land 
grants were located in Peoria County, 111. 

Compiled by Milo Custer. 8°. n. p. Bloomington, 111., 1913. 

PIONEER MOTHERS. OF ILLINOIS— 

A collection of letters written by pioneer women of the State, col- 
lected for the Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; 18 letters. Mss. 

REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS— 
See War of the Revolution. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

History of early settlers of Sangamon County, 111. "Centennial 
Record." 

John Carroll Power and Mrs. S. A. Power, compilers. 797 p. 8°, Spring- 
field, 1876. Edwin A. Wilson & Company. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION— 

Illinois Sons of the American Revolution. 

Organized January 14, 1890. Constitution and by-laws. List of 
members. Year Books, 1895, 1896, 1913. 

SONS OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Year Books, 1895, 1913. 
STEPHENSON COUNTY CATHOLIC CHURCH— 

The Golden Jubilee Souvenir, the history of Catholicity in Stephen- 
son County, 111. 

212 p. 8°, Freeport, 111., 1896. F. Charles Donohue, printer. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

The army led by Col. George Rogers Clark in his conquest of the 
Illinois, 1778-79. A list of officers, non-commissioned officers and pri- 
vate soldiers, constituting the Illinois Regiment of Volunteers. 



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ILLINOIS 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

See Publication No. 8, 1903. Illinois State Historical Library, pp. 166- 
178. Springfield, 111. State Printer, 1904. 

Illinois Ancestry among the Daughters of the American Revolution. 
Catherine C. Sparks (Mrs. Edwin Erie Sparks), pp. 137-143. In Pub- 
lication No. 7. Illinois State Historical Library, 1902. 

A list of non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Illinois 
Regiment and the Western Army under the command of General George \ 
Rogers Clark who are entitled to bounty in land. 

pp. 12-13. In Virginia Document No. 32. Published Richmond, Va., 
August 19, 1833. 

A list of officers of the Illinois Regiment who have not received 
lands for revolutionary services. 

See p. 11. In Virginia Document No. 32. Published Richmond, Va., 
August 19, 1833. 

A list of Captain Francis Charloville's volunteers entitled to 200 
acres of land each. 

p. 29. In Virginia Document No. 32. 

Isaac Bowman, Lieutenant Illinois Regiment in the War of the 
Revolution. Petition of Isaac S. Bowman, son and executor of Isaac 
Bowman. 

See Mr. Rogers' report on Revolutionary Claims. U. S. House of Repre- 
sentatives, 33d Congress, First Session. Feb. 16, 1854. Pamphlet. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Cass, Warren, Henderson, Macon 
and Iroquois counties. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Sangamon County, 111. Tablet 
placed on the Sangamon County Courthouse bv Springfield Chapter 
D.A.R., October 19, 1911. 

Compiled by Mrs. Edwin S. Walker and Mrs. Helen Nye Rupp. See 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. V, No. 2, July, 1912. 

See Article on by Mrs. Edwin S. Walker in Journal of the Illinois State 
Historical Society, Vol. V, No. 1, April, 1912. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Madison County. Tablet placed 
in Courthouse, Edwardsville, 111., by Ninian Edwards Chapter D.A.R. 
See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. V, No. 3, Octo- 
ber, 1912. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Greene County, 111. Compiled by 
Mrs. Edwin S. Walker. 

See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. VI, No. 1, April, 
1913. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Clark County, 111. Compiled by 
Mrs. Edwin S. Walker. 

See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. VI, No. 2, July, 
1913. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Ogle County. By J. W. Clinton, 
Polo, 111. 

Vol. 6, No. 2, July, 1913, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 
Revolutionary soldiers buried in Cook, McLean, Marshall, Ogle 
and Peoria counties. 

Peoria County prepared by Mrs. Clara K. Wolf, Historian, Peoria 
Chapter D. A. R. 



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ILLINOIS 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

McLean County prepared by Mrs. H. M. Rollins, Historian, Letitia 
Green Stevenson Chapter D. A. R., assisted by Milo Custer. 

See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. VI, No. 3, 
October, 1913. 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in Morgan County. Compiled by Mrs. 
E. S. Walker. 

See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 7, No. 1, April, 
1914. 

Rock River in the Revolution. By William A. Meese. 

See pages 97-103, in publication No. 14, Illinois State Historical Library, 
1909. 

Soldiers in the War of the Revolution, Illinois. (Doc. No. 32.) 
A letter to the executive of Virginia dated Richmond, August 19, 1833, 
signed John H. Smith, in relation to public lands and the rights of 
certain persons to them as land bounty for military services in the War 
of the Revolution of themselves or their ancestors as officers or soldiers 
in the Illinois or other western regiments. List of officers and soldiers 
entitled to such lands. 
24 p. 4°, n. d. 

WAR OF 1812— MILITARY BOUNTY LAND. "MILITARY 
TRACT"— 

Set apart under an Act of Congress passed May 6, 1812, as bounty 
lands for soldiers in the War of 1812. The lands in Illinois embraced in 
this Act were situated between the Illinois and Mississippi rivers. The 
"Tract" embraced the present counties of Calhoun, Pike, Adams, Brown, 
Schuyler, Hancock, McDonough, Fulton, Peoria, Stark, Knox, Warren, 
Henderson and Mercer, with parts of Henry, Bureau, Putnam and 
Marshall. 

Bounty lands in the Military Tract advertised in the name of the 
original patentee and taxed according to the class to which they belong. 

See Illinois Intelligencer, Extra, Saturday, September 13, 1823. Gov- 
ernor Edward Coles' file. 

WAR OF 1812. DANA, E.— 

Bounty lands in the State of Illinois, description of, also the princi- 
pal roads and routes by land and water through the territory of the 
United States, etc. 

108 p. 12°, Cincinnati, 1819. Looker, Reynolds & Co., printers. 

WAR OF 1812. EDWARDS— 

History of Illinois from 1778 to 1833; and Life and Times of 
Ninian Edwards. By his son, Ninian W. Edwards. 

549 p. 8°, Springfield, 111., 1870. Journal Co., publishers. 

WAR OF 1812. THE EDWARDS PAPERS— 

Being a collection of the letters, papers and manuscripts of Ninian 
Edwards. Edited by E. B. Washburne. 

(Chicago Historical Society's Collection, Vol. III.) 633 p. 8°, Chicago, 
1884. Fergus Printing Co. 



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ILLINOIS 

WAR OF 1812. ELLIOTT, ISAAC H.— 

Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk War, 
1831-32, and in the Mexican War, 1846-48. With an appendix giving 
a record of the services of the Illinois Militia Rangers and Riflemen in 
protecting the frontier from the ravages of the Indians, from 1810 to 
1813. 

343 p. 8°, Springfield, 111. H. W. Rokker, printer. 1882. 

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS, McLEAN 
COUNTY— 

Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located 
in McLean County, 111. 

Milo Custer, n. p. Bloomington, 111., 1912. Publisher not given. 

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS, PEORIA 
COUNTY— 
Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located 
in Peoria County, 111. 

Compiled by Milo Custer, 8°. n. p. Bloomington, 111., 1913. Publisher 
not given. 

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS. NICHOLAS 
BIDDLE VAN ZANDT— 
A full description of the soil, water, timber and prairies of each 
lot, or quarter section of the military lands, between the Mississippi 
and Illinois rivers, also description of Missouri Territory. 

Nicholas Biddle Van Zandt. 127 p. 8°, Washington City, 1818. Printed 
by P. Force, Penn. Avenue. 

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS— 

Vellum Document No. 7(587. Signed by President James Monroe, 
granting to Henry Corey 160 acres of land in the territory of Illinois 
for military services. Dated December 13, 1817. 

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS— 

Vellum Document No. 1963. Signed by President Janus Monroe, 
granting to John Oliver 160 acres of land in the territory of Illinois 
for military services. Dated December 13, 1817. 

WAR OF 1812. MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS, WOODFORD 
COUNTY— 

Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located 
in Woodford County, 111. 

n. p. Bloomington, 111., 1913. Publisher not given. 

WAR OF 1812. REYNOLDS' PIONEER HISTORY OF ILLI- 
NOIS— 
John Reynolds, 348 p. 12°, Belleville, 111., 1852. Also, 2d edition, 459 p 
8°, Fergus Printing Co., Chicago, 1887. 

WAR OF 1812. STEVENS, FRANK E.— 
Illinois in the War of 1812-14. 
See pp. 62-197. In Publication No. 9. Illinois State Historical Library, 
1904. Springfield, 111. Phillips Bros., printers. 



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ILLINOIS 

BLACK HAWK WAR, 1831-32— 

Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk War, 
1831-32, and in the Mexican War, 1846-48, containing a complete roster 
of commissioned officers and enlisted men of both wars, taken from the 
official rolls on file in the War Department, Washington, D. C, with an 
appendix giving record of the services of the Illinois militia, rangers 
and riflemen, in protecting the frontier from the ravages of the Indians, 
from 1810 to 1813. 

Isaac H. Elliot, Adjutant-General, State of Illinois. 343 p. 8°, Spring- 
field, 1882. H. W. Rokker, State Printer. Also Adjutant-General's Reports, 
Revised, Vol. IX. 

Illinois troops in the Black Hawk War. 

Original (Mss.) order book and muster rolls of the Illinois troops 
in the Black Hawk War. 

(Mss.) Order and letter book of Brig. Gen. Henry Atkinson, 1832. 

General Atkinson's report of his conduct of the Black Hawk War, 
written November, 1832. (Mss.) 

BLACK HAWK WAR, 1831-32— 

Orderly book of Governor John Reynolds, April-May, 1832. (Mss.) 
Militia Documents of Governor Reynolds, 1832. (Mss.) 
Order book of Lieut. Albert Sidney Johnston, 1832. (Mss.) 
Notes by Professor John Russell intended to be used in writing a 

history of the Black Hawk War. (Mss.) 

BLACK HAWK WAR, 1831-32— 

Stevens, Frank E. The Black Hawk War, including a review of 
Black Hawk's life. 

323 p. 8°, Chicago, 1903. Frank B. Stevens, publisher. 
Stevens, Frank E. Stillman's defeat. 

See pp. 170-179 in Publication No. 7, Illinois State Historical Library, 
1902. 

Wakefield, John Allen. History of the war between the United 
States and the Sac and Fox nations of Indians, and parts of other dis- 
affected tribes of Indians in the years 1827, 1831-32. 

142 p. 16°, Jacksonville, 111., 1834. Printed by Calvin Goudy. 

Also, Reprint of. 

By Frank E. Stevens. Published by The Caxton Club, Chicago, 1908. 

MEXICAN WAR, 1846-48— 

Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk War. 
1831-32, and in the Mexican War, 1846-48, containing a complete roster 
of commissioned officers and enlisted men of both wars, taken from the 
official rolls on file in the War Department, Washington, D. C, with an 
appendix giving record of the services of the Illinois militia, rangers 
and riflemen, in protecting the frontier from the ravages of the Indians, 
1810 to 1813. 

Isaac H. Elliot, Adjutant-General, State of Illinois. 343 p'. 8°, Spring- 
field, 1882. H. W. Rokker, State Printer, Also Adjutant-General's Reports, 
Revised, Vol. IX. 

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ILLINOIS 

MEXICAN WAR— ILLINOIS TROOPS IN— 

An account of the services of the Illinois troops in the Mexican 
War. 

Charles P. Johnson. See pp. 27-58, in Publication No. 9, Illinois State 
Library, 1904. 

MEXICAN WAR— ILLINOIS TROOPS IN— 

The Fourth Illinois Infantry in the War with Mexico. 
Ezra M. Prince. See pp. 172-187 in Publication No. 11, Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1906. ^ 

Illinois Association Mexican War Veterans. Reunion of Mexican 
War veterans, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1879-93, 1909. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Adjutant General State of Illinois Reports, 1861-66. I. N. Haynie, 
Adjutant General. 

Revised by Adj.-Gen. J. W. Vance. 8 vols. Springfield, 1887. Also 
revised 1900-1902 by J. N. Reece, Adj.-Gen. 9 vols. Vol. 9 contains Records 
of Illinois Soldiers in Spanish American War 1898. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Martyrs and Heroes of Illinois. 
James Barnet, editor. 263 p. 8°, Chicago, 1865. J. Barnet, book and job 
printer. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

County histories of Illinois contain war records. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Diary of Edward Crippen, 27th Illinois Vol., 1861-63. 

Edited with notes and introduction by Robert J. Kerner. See pp. 220-282. 
Publication No. 14, Illinois State Historical Library, 1909. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

The Patriotism of Illinois. A record of the civil and military his- 
tory of the State in the War for the Union. 

Biographical sketches of many eminent citizens of the State and 
soldiers and officers. 

T. M. Eddy, D.D. 2 vols. 8°, Chicago, 1865-66. Clarke & Co., publishers. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Recollections of the War between the States. 

Major H. C. Connelly. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
Society, Vol. V, No. 4, January, 1913, pp. 458-467. Vol. VI, No. 1, April, 
1913, pp. 72-111. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Regimental histories and reunions of the following regiments : 7th, 
8th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 24th, 31st, 33d, 34th, 36th, 39th, 45th, 46th, 
47th, 50th, 55th, 59th, 73d, 74th, 75th, 81st, 84th, 85th, 86th, 89th, 
92d, 93d, 95th, 96th, 102d, 103d, 104th, 115th, 117th, 124th, 125th, 
130th, Infantry. Illinois Cavalry Regiments, 3d, 7th, 9th, 10th, 14th. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Richard Yates' Services to Illinois as War Governor. 
Dr. William Jayne. See pp. 143-147 in Publication No. 7, Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1902. 



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ILLINOIS-INDIANA 

WATERMAN— 

Year Book of Waterman, DeKalb County, 111., for 1902, 1903, 
1904, 1905, 1906, 1907. 

George Edward Congdon, compiler. 12°. Sac City, Iowa; Hiawatha, 
Kans. 

WOODFORD COUNTY— 

Soldiers of the War of 1812, whose bounty land grants were located 
in Woodford County, 111. 

A. F. Marshall, L. J. Freese, Milo Custer, compilers. 8°, n. p., Bloom- 
ington, 111., 1913. Publisher not given. 

INDIANA 

ALLEN COUNTY— 

History of the Maumee Biver Basin, Allen County, Ind. 
2 vols. 4°, Indianapolis, Ind., n. d. Col. Robert S. Robertson, editor, 
assisted by others. Bowen & Slocum, publishers. 

BOONE COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Boone and Clinton counties, 
Indiana. 

908 p. 8°, Chicago, 1895. A. W. Boone & Co., publishers. 

CAREOLL COUNTY— 

Recollections of the early settlement of Carroll County, Ind. 
Dr. James Henry Stewart. 372 p. 12°, Cincinnati, 1872. Printed for 
the author by Hitchcock & Walden. 

CLAY COUNTY— 

Counties of Clay and Owen, Indiana. Historical and Biographical. 
Charles Blanchard, editor. 966 p. 8°, Chicago, 1884. F. A. Battey & Co., 
publishers. 

CLINTON COUNTY— 
See Boone County. 

DEARBORN COUNTY— 

History of Dearborn and Ohio counties, Indiana, from their earliest 
settlement. 

F. E. Weakley & Co., publishers, 987 p. 4°, Chicago, 1885. 

DELAWARE COUNTY— 

Our county. Its history and early settlement by townships, entry 
of public lands, present owners, reminiscences of pioneer life, etc., with 
original poems. 

John P. Ellis. 194 p. 8°, Muncie, Ind., 1898. Neely Printing Co., pub- 
lishers. 

DILLON'S HISTORY OF INDIANA— 
From 1816 to 1856. 

John B. Dillon. 637 p. 8°, Indianapolis, 1859. Bingham & Doughty, 
publishers. 



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INDIANA 

EVANSVILLE— 

A history of Evansville and Vanderburgh County, Ind. 
Joseph P. Elliot. 499 p. 8°, Evansville, Ind., 1897. Keller Printing Co., 
publishers. 

PAYETTE COUNTY— 

Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union 
and Franklin counties, Indiana. 
* 2 vols. 4°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY— 

Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union ^ 
and Franklin counties, Indiana. 

2 vols. 4°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers. 

FRANKLIN— 

Franklin College. First half century Franklin College, Franklin, 
Ind., Jubilee exercises, June 5-12, 1884. 

178 p. 8°, Cincinnati, Ohio., 1884. Journal and Messenger, 1884. 

HISTORICAL' SOCIETY, PUBLICATIONS OF— 

Vol. I, 1897, to Vol. IV, 1911. Published at Indianapolis, Ind., by 
the society. 

HOYNE'S— 

Annual Directory of Homeopathic physicians in the State of Illinois 
for the year 1879. Vol. I, No. 7, containing also an alphabetical list of 
homeopathic physicians residing in the states of Indiana, Missouri and 
Kansas. 

31 p. 8°, Chicago, 1879. T. S. Hoyne, M.D., publisher. Also for the year 
1882. Vol. I, No. 10. Chicago, 1882. 

INDIANAPOLIS— 

Pictorial and biographical memoirs of Indianapolis and Marion 
County, Ind. Together with biographies of many prominent men of 
other portions of the state, both living and dead. 

Goodspeed Bros., publishers. 466 p. 4°, Chicago, 1893. 

MARION COUNTY— 

See Indianapolis. 
OHIO COUNTY— 

See Dearborn County. 
OWEN COUNTY— 

See Clay County. 
PARKE COUNTY— 

History of Vigo and Parke counties, together with historic notes 
on the Wabash Valley. 

H. W. Beckwith, H. H. Hill and N. Iddings, publishers. 1293 p. 8°, 
Chicago, 1880. 

SAINT JOSEPH COUNTY— 

History of St. Joseph County, Ind. 
Charles C. Chapman & Co., publishers. 971 p. 4°, Chicago, 1880. 



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INDIANA 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, INDIANA SOCIETY 
OF— 

Register for 1908. With roll of members and their revolutionary 
ancestors. 

163 p. 8°, Indianapolis, 1908. Published by the Society. 

UNION COUNTY— 

Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union 
and Franklin counties, Indiana. 

2 vols. 4°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers. 

VANDERBURGH COUNTY— 

See Evansville, Ind. 
VIGO COUNTY— 

See Parke County, Ind. 

VINCENNES— 

Colonial history of Vincennes under the French, British and Ameri- 
can governments. 

John Law. 156 p. 8°, Vincennes, 1858. Harvey, Mason & Co., publishers. 

VINCENNES— 

A history of the city of Vincennes, Ind., from 1702 to 1901. 
Henry S. Cauthron. 220 p. 12°, copyright by Margaret C. Cauthron, 1902. 
Moore & Lange Printing Co., Terre Haute, Ind. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Indiana at Antietam. Published by the Indiana Antietam Monu- 
ment Commission. 

153 p. 8°, Indianapolis, Ind., 1911. The Aetna Press, publishers. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 
Indiana at Shiloh. 

John W. Coons, compiler. 310 p. 8°, Indianapolis, Ind., 1904. William 
B. Byford, State Printer. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 
Indiana at Vicksburg. 

Henry C. Adams, Jr., compiler. 476 p. 8°, Indianapolis, Ind., 1911. Will- 
iam B. Byford, State Printer. 

WAYNE COUNTY— 

Biographical and genealogical history of Wayne, Fayette, Union 
;iml Franklin counties, Indiana. 

2 vols. 4°, Chicago, 1899. Lewis Publishing Co., publishers. 

WOOLLEN, WM. WESLEY— 

Biographical and historical sketches of early Indiana. 
568 p. 8°, Indianapolis, 1883. Hammond & Co., publishers. 

IOWA 

ANNALS OF IOWA— 

Third Series. Vol. Ill, No. 8, January, 1899. 
Vol. IV, No. 1, April, 1899. 
Vol. V, 1901, to Vol. X, 1913. 
DesMoines, Iowa. Iowa Department History, publishers. 



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IOWA-KANSAS-KENTUCKY 

BAPTISTS OF— 

Historical sketches of Iowa Baptists. 

Rev. S. H. Mitchell, compiler. 504 p. 8°, Burlington, Iowa, 1886.* Bur- 
dette Co., publishers. 

IOWA JOURNAL OF HISTORY AND POLITICS— 
Vol. I, 1903, to date, 1914. 

Benjamin F. Shambaugh, editor, Iowa City, Iowa. Published by the 
Society. 

JOURNAL OF HISTORY— 

Published by the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints, Lamoni, la. Vol. I, 1908, to Vol. VII, 1914, Lamoni, la. 
WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Iowa and the Rebellion. History of troops furnished by Iowa. 
L. D. Ingersoll, compiler. 473 p. 8°, Philadelphia, Pa., 1866. J. B. Lip- 
pincott & Co., publishers. 

KANSAS 
EARLY DAYS IN KANSAS— 

Along the Santa Fe Trail. Green's Historical Series, Vols. I and 
II. Council City, 1854-55; Superior, 1856. Burlingame, 1856-64. 

Charles R. Green. Published 1912-1913. 

Along the Santa Fe Trail. Green's Historical Series, Vol. II. 
8° 102 p., Council City, 1854-55; Superior, 1856. Charles R. Green, 
Burlingame, 1856-64. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, COLLECTIONS OF— 

Vol. I. to Vol. XII, 1886-1912. Topeka, Kans. Published by the 
society. 
HOYNE'S— 

Annual Directory of Homeopathic physicians in the State of Illinois 
for the year 1879. Vol. I, No. 7, containing also an alphabetical list of 
homeopathic physicians residing in the states of Indiana, Missouri and 
Kansas. Vol. I, No. 7, 1879. Also Vol. II, No. 10, 1882. Published 
Chicago, 1882. 

KENTUCKY 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America ; 
to the 1st of November, 1790. 

John Asplund. Southampton County, Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

BUTLER'S HISTORY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KEN- 
TUCKY— 

By Mann Butler, A.M. 
396 p. 12°, Louisville, Ky., 1834. Published by Wilcox, Dickerman & Co. 

CAMPBELL COUNTY— 

History of Campbell County, Ky., as read at the centennial celebra- 
tion of 4th of July, 1876. 

Mary K. Jones. 16 p. 8°, Newport, Ky., 1876. Publisher not given. 

CATHOLIC MISSIONS— 

Sketches of the early Catholic missions of Kentucky from their 
commencement in 1787 to the jubilee of 1826-27. 



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KENTUCKY 

CATHOLIC MISSIONS— 

M. J. Spalding, D.D. 308 p. 12°, Louisville, Ky., 1844. B. J. Webb & 
Bros., publishers. 

COLLINS— 

Historical sketches of Kentucky; embracing its history, etc., with 
anecdotes of pioneer life. 

Lewis Collins, 560 p. 8°, Maysville, Ky., 1847. 2d edition revised and 
enlarged by Richard H. Collins. 912 p. 8°, Louisville, Ky., 1877. Published 
by Richard H. Collins. 

EBENEZER PRESBYTERY OF KENTUCKY— 

History of. See Rev. James P. Hendrick, D.D. Memoirs, with 
an appendix containing history of Ebenezer Presbytery and other papers. 
William J. Hendrick, A.M. 335 p. 8°, Cambridge," Mass., 1907. Printed at 
the Riverside Press. 

ESTILL COUNTY— 

History of Irvine County and Estill County, Ky. 
n. p. 4°, Irvine, Ky., n. d. E. C. Park, publisher. 

FILSON CLUB PUBLICATIONS— 

Publications Vol. I, 1884, to Vol. XXV, 1910. 
Louisville, Ky., 1884-1910. Filson Club, publishers. 

HISTORIC FAMILIES OF KENTUCKY— 

With special reference to stocks immediately derived from the 
valley of Virginia; tracing in detail their various genealogical con- 
nections and illustrating from historic sources their influence upon the 
political and social development of Kentucky and the states of the South 
and West. 

Thomas Marshall Green, First Series. 304 p. 8°, Cincinnati, 1889. Rob- 
ert Clarke & Co., publishers. 

IRVINE COUNTY— 

History of Irvine County and Estill County, Ky. 
n. p. 4°, Irvine, Ky., n. d. E. C. Park, publisher. 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Register of Kentucky State Historical Society, Frankfort, Kv. Vol. 
IV, No. 9, May, 1906. Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911. Vol. X, 
Nos. 28, 29, 30, January, 1912, to September, 1912. Vol. XI, Nos. 
31, 32, 33, January, 1913, to September, 1913. Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

8° Louisville and Frankfort, Ky., 1906, 1911, 1912, 1913. Kentucky State 
Historical Society, publishers. 

LEXINGTON— 

The trial of Rev. John H. Brown, by the West Lexington Presby- 
tery, on charge of misrepresentation, fraudulent sale and unchristian 
character, etc. 

234 p. with a synopsis of 6 p. and appendix of 64 p. 8°, Lexington, Ky., 
1853. D. S. Goodloe, publisher. 

LOUISVILLE— 

The history of Louisville from its earliest settlement to 1852. 
Ben Casseday. 255 p. 16°, Louisville, 1852. Hull & Brothers, publishers. 



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KENTUCKY-LOUISIANA 

METHODISM— 

History of Methodism in Kentucky. 

3 vols. 8°, Nashville, Tenn., 1868. Rev. A. H. Redford. Southern Metho- 
dist Publishing Co., publishers. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 

History of the Presbyterian Church in the state of Kentucky ; with 
a preliminary sketch of the churches in the Valley of Virginia. 

Rev. Robert Davidson, D.D. 371 p. 8°, New York, 1867. Robert Carter, 
publisher. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, KENTUCKY 
SOCIETY— 
Year Book of the Kentucky Sons of the American Revolution, con- 
taining a roll of the officers of Virginia line who received land bounties ; 
a roll of the Revolutionary pensions in Kentucky; a list of the Illinois 
regiment who served under George Rogers Clark in the northwest cam- 
paign. Also a roster of the Virginia Navy. 

286 p. 8°, Louisville, Ky., 1896. Published by The Society. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, KENTUCKY 
SOCIETY— 

Year Book of the Kentucky Sons of the American Revolution in the 
commonwealth of Kentucky, 1894-1913, and catalogue of military land 
warrants granted by the commonwealth of Virginia to soldiers and 
sailors of the Revolution. 

Compiled by Samuel M. Wilson, from records in the State Land Office of 
Kentucky. 363 p. 8°, Lexington, Ky., 1913. Published by The Society. 
I \ ; I ON COUNTY— 

History of Union County, Ky. 

896 p. 8°, Evansville, Ind., 1886. Courier Co., publishers. 

WAR 1812— 

See Filson Club Publications, Nos. 15, 18 and li». Louisville, Ky. 
Louisville, Ky., Filson Club, publishers. 

Kontuckians in the Battle of Lake Eric. A. C. Quisenberry. Sec 
pp. 43-49. In the Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society. 
Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911. 

Kentucky's Part in the War of 1812. Samuel Wilson. See pp. 
27-34. In the Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society. Vol. 
IX, No. 27, September, 1911. 

Letter of Samuel Overton to his father, Waller Overton, written 
during the War of 1812. See pp. 37-39. In the Register of the Ivn- 
t nek v State Historical Society. Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911. 

« LOUISIANA 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF LOUISIANA— 

Embracing translations of many rare and valuable documents 
relating to the natural, civil and political history of that state. Compiled 
with historical and biographical noics and an introduction by B. F. 
French. 



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LOUISIANA-MAINE 

LOUISIANA— 

Vol. I, 1846, published in New York, 1846, Wiley & Putnam, publishers. 
Vol. II, 1850, published in Philadelphia, 1850, Daniels & Smith, publishers. 
Vol. Ill, 1851, published in New York, 1851, D. Appleton & Co., publishers. 
Vol. IV, 1852, published in New York, 1852, Redfield, Clinton Hall, publishers. 
Vol. V, 1853, published in New York, 1853, Lamport, Blakeman & Law, 
publishers. * Second edition, Part II, published in 1850, Philadelphia, Daniels 
& Smith, publishers. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, PUBLICATIONS OF— 
Vol. II; Parts I, III, IV; 1897, 1900, 1901. 
Vol. Ill; Parts I, II, III; 1902, 1904, 1905. 
Vol. IV; 1908. 
Published by The Society, New Orleans. 

Essai Historique sur La Louisiane. 
Par. Charles Gayarr6, 2 vols, in one. N. O. 1830. 1831. Benjamin Levy. 

Histoire de la Louisiane. 

Charles Gayarre, 1st edition, 2 vols. 8°, New Orleans, 1846. Also editions 
of above in English, 1852 and 1903. 

Louisiana. Its colonial history and romance. 
Charles Gayarre\ 546 p. 8°, N. Y., 1851. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY— OFFICIAL PROGRAMME— 

Official programme of the commemoration of the transfer of 
Louisiana from France to the United States. Commemorated by the 
Louisiana Historical Society at New Orleans, La., December 18, 19 and 
20, 1903. 

James M. Augustin, editor and publisher, New Orleans, 1913. Picayune 
Job Print. 

MAINE 

BROOKSVILLE— 

History of Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Maine, including 
the ancient settlement of Pentagoet. 

George Augustus Wheeler, A.M., M.D. 401 p. 8°, Bangor, Me., 1875. Burr 
& Robinson, publishers. 

BUXTON— 

Records of the proprietors of Narraganset township No. 1, now the 
town of Buxton, York County, Maine, from August 1, 1733, to January 
4, 1811; with a documentary introduction, by William F. Goodwin. 
Captain United States Army. 

400 p. 8°, Concord, N. H., 1871. Privately printed. Press of Butterfield 
& Hill. 

BUXTON— 

Report of the proceedings at the celebration of the first centennial 
anniversary of the corporation of the town of Buxton, Maine, held at 
Buxton August 14, 1872. By J. M. Marshall. 

288 p. 8°, Portland, Me. Dresser, McClellan & Co., publishers. 

CASTINE— 

History of Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Maine, including 
the ancient settlement of Pentagoet. 



MAINE 

CASTINE— 

George Augustus Wheeler, A.M., M.D. 401 p. 8°, Bangor, Me., 1875. Burr 
& Robinson, ppblishers. 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY— 

Thirteenth annual report of the Maine Genealogical Society for the 
year 1896. Reports of the directors and officers presented at •the annual 
meeting January 9, 1897. Also by-laws, list of officers and members, etc. 
45 p. 8°, Portland, Me., 1897. Smith & Sale, printers. 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY— 

Reports of the directors and officers presented at the annual meet- 
ings, January 20, 1904, and January 18, 1905. Reports presented at 
annual meeting January 18, 1911. \ 

2 vols. 8°, Portland, Me., 1905, 1911. 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RECORDER— 

Vol. IX, No. 2, February, 1898. 
S. M. Watson, editor. Published at Portland, Me., 1898. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS— 

Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. I, 1831, Port- 
land, Me. Published by Day, Eraser & Co., 1831. Series II, Vols. 
VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, 1895-1899. Series III, Vols. I and II, 1904- 
1906. 

8°, Portland, Me. Published by The Society. 

LINCOLN COUNTY— 

The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Me., 1760 to 1800. 
Compiled and edited by William D. Patterson. 368 p. 8°, Portland, Me., 
1895. Published by the Genealogical Society of Maine. 

PENOBSCOT— 

History of Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Me., including the 
ancient settlement of Pentagoet. 

George Augustus Wheeler, A.M., M.D. 401 p. 8°, Bangor, Me., 1875. 
Burr & Robinson, publishers. 

PENTAGOET— 

See Castine, Penobscot, and Brooksville, Me. 
POPHAM COLONY— 

Memorial volume of the Popham celebration, August 29, 1862; 
commemorative of the planting of the Popham Colony on the Peninsula 
of Sabino, August 19, O. S. 1607, establishing the title of England to 
the continent. 

Rev. Edward Ballard. 144 p. 8°, Portland, Me., 1863. Bailey & Noyes. 

PORTLAND— 

Portland Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Rebellion. By 
members of Bosworth Post, G.A.R. 

56 p. 8°, Portland, Me., 1884. Printed by B. Thurston & Co. 



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MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE— 

The Chronicles of Baltimore; being a complete history of "Balti- 
more Town" and Baltimore City from the earliest period to the present 
time. 

Col. J. Thomas Scharf. 756 p. 8°, Baltimore, 1874. Turnbull Bros., 
publishers. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America ; 
to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

MARYLAND CALENDER OF WILLS— 

Vol. I, Wills from 1635. (Earliest probated) to 1685. 
Vol. II, Wills from 1685 to 1702. 
Vol. Ill, Wills from 1703 to 1713. 

Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton), compiler. 8°, Baltimore, Md., 
1904, 1906, 1907. Kohn & Polleck, publishers. 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Archives of Maryland. Proceedings and acts of the General Assem- 
bly of Maryland. April 1715-Augnst, 1716. 

640 p. 4°, Baltimore, Md., 1910. Maryland Historical Society, publishers. 

Fund Publications. (Peabody Fund.) No. 1, 1867, to No. 37, 
1901. (Maryland fund publications ceased with No. 37.) 

8°, Baltimore, Md., 1867-1901. Maryland Historical Society, publishers. 

NORTH POINT AND FORT McHENRY— 

The citizen soldiers at North Point and Fort McHenry, September 
13 and 14, 1814. Resolves of the citizens in town meeting particulars 
relating to the battle, official correspondence and honorable discharge of 
the troops. Also celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary, 1889. 
(Reprint.) 

Charles C. Saffell, publisher. 137 p. 12°, Baltimore, Md. n. d. 

SANDY SPRING, MONTGOMERY COUNTY— 

Annals of Sandy Spring or Twenty Years History of a Rural Com- 
munity in Maryland. 

William Henry Farquhar. 325 p. 12°, Baltimore, 1884. Cushings & 
Bailey, publishers. 

SIDE LIGHTS ON MARYLAND HISTORY— 

By Hester Dorsey Richardson. 
2 vols. 8°, Baltimore, Md., 1913. Richardson & Richardson, publishers. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND 
LABOR— 

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

189 p. 4°, Washington, D. C. U. S. Oovernment, publishers. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

ABINGTON— 

History of the town of Abington, Plymouth County, Mass., from 
its first settlement. 

Benjamin Hobart, A.M. 453 p. 8°, Boston, 1866. T. H. - Carter & Son, 
publishers. 

ANDOVER— 

South Church of, historical manual of the South Church in 
Andover, Mass. 

200 p. 12°, Andover, Mass., 1859. Printed by Warren F. Draper. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America ; 
to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

BILLERICA— 

History of Billerica, Mass., with a genealogical register. 
Rev. Henry A. Hazen, A.M. 509 p. 8°, Boston. A. Williams & Co., 
publishers. 

BOSTON— 

Epitaphs from Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Boston, with. notes. 
Thomas Bridgman. 252 p. 12°, Boston & Cambridge. James Munroe & 
Co., publishers. 

History of South Boston; formerly Dorchester Neck, now Ward 
XII, of the city of Boston. Thos. C. Simonds. 
331 p. 12°, Boston, 1857. David Clapp, publisher. 
Marriages of Rev. Thomas Foxcroft, A.M., Boston, 1717-1769. 
Transcribed by Rev. Anson Titus. Reprinted from the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register for April and July, 1888. 

Old South - Church. (Third church) Boston, Mass. A historical 
catalogue of, 1669-1882. 

370 p. 8°, Boston, 1883. Privately printed. Press of David Clapp & Son. 
Report of the Record Commissioners of the city of Boston, con- 
taining Dorchester births, marriages and deaths to the end of 1825. 

392 p. 8°, Boston, 1890. City of Boston, publishers. Rockwell & Churchill, 
printers. 

Roxbury Town. History of Roxbury Town. 

Charles M. Ellis. 146 p. 8°, Boston, 1847. Published by Samuel G. 
Drake. 

BRIDGEWATER, PLYMOUTH COUNTY— 

History of the early settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth 
County, Mass., including an extensive family register. 

Nahum Mitchell. 400 p. 8°, Boston, 1840. Printed for the author by 
Kidder & Wright. 

CAMBRIDGE— 

The Register Book of lands and houses in the "New Towne" and 
the town of Cambridge. 

Cambridge, City of, publishers. 8°, Cambridge, Mass., 1896. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

CHARLESTON— 

The Genealogies and Estates of Charleston, in the county of Middle- 
sex, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818. 

Thomas Bellows Wyman. 2 vols. 8°, Boston, 1879. David Clapp & Son, 
publishers. 

COLONIAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS— 

Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts. 
Vol. I, 1892-1894, to Vol. 10, 1904-1906. 8°, Boston, Mass., 1895-1906. Pub- 
lished by The Society. 

DEDHAM— 

Published by the joint committee of the two churches. 1638-1888. 
Commemorative services at the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of 
the gathering of the First Church in Dedham, Mass., observed November 
18 and 19, 1888. 

114 p. 8°, Dedham, Mass., 1888. Published by Joint Committee. 

DORCHESTER— 

Report of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Boston, con- 
taining Dorchester births, marriages and deaths to the end of 1825. 

Boston, City of, publishers. 392 p. 8°, Boston, 1890. Rockwell & 
Churchill, printers. See Boston. 

DOUGLAS— 

Historv of the town of Douglas, Mass., from the earliest period to 
the close of 1878. 

William A. Emerson. 359 p. 8°, Boston, 187*9. Frank W. Bird, publisher. 

DUXBURY— 

Copy of the old records of the town of Duxbury, Mass. From 1642 
to 1770. Made in the year 1892. 

George Etheridge, compiler. 348 p. 8°, Plymouth, 1893. Avery & Doten, 
printers. 

History of the town of Duxbury, Mass., with genealogical registers. 
Justin Winsor. 360 p. 8°, Boston, 1849. Crosby & Nichols, publishers. 

EASTHAMPTON— 

History of Easthampton; its settlement and growth, its material, 
educational, and religious interests. Together with a genealogical record 
of its original families. 

Payson W. Lyman. 192 p. 12°, Northampton, Mass., 1866. Trumbull & 
Gere, publishers. 

ESSEX COUNTY— 

The Essex Antiquarian. A monthly magazine devoted to the 
biography, genealogy and history of Essex County, Mass. 

Vol. I, 1897, to Vol. XIII, 1909. (Publication ceased with Vol. 13, 1909.) 
Sidney Perley. editor. 8°, Salem, Mass., 1897-1909. 

FRAMINGHAM— 

A history of Framingham, Mass., including the plantation, from 
1(540 to the present time, with an appendix containing a notice of Sud- 



30 

MASSACHUSETTS 

FRAMINGHAM— 

bury and its first proprietors; also a register of the inhabitants of 
Framingham before 1800, with genealogical sketches. Wm. Barry. 

456 p. 8°, Boston, 1847. James Munroe & Co., publishers. 
GENEALOGICAL AND PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF MASSA- 
CHUSETTS— 

Wm. Richard Cutter and Wm. Frederick Adams, compilers. 
4 vols. 4°, New York, 1910. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., publishers. 

GRAFTON— 

History of Grafton. Frederick Clifton Pierce. 
623 p. 8°, Worcester, 1879. Press of Charles Hamilton. 

GROTON— 

Addresses delivered at Groton, Mass., July 12, 1905. By request 
of the citizens on the celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anni- 
versary of its settlement. 

100 p. 8°, Groton, Mass., 1905. Published by a committee of the citizens 
of the Town of Groton. 

HILLS, JOSEPH— 

Joseph Hills and the Massachusetts Law of 1648. Reprinted from 
History of Maiden, Mass., 1633-1785, for private distribution. 
8°,' Boston, 1899. Pamphlet. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS— 

Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1792-1896. 
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1791 to 1909. 
First Series, 1791 to 1883,' with index. Second Series, 1884 to 1907. Third 
Series, 1907 to 1909. 59 vols. 8°, Boston. Published by The Society. 

HUTCHINSON, THOMAS— 

The diary and letters of his excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Esq. 
B.A. (Harvard) LL.D. (Oxon) Captain-General and Governor-in-chief 
of his late Majesty's Province of Massachusetts Bay in North America. 
Peter Orlando Hutchinson. 2 vols. 8°, London, 1883-86. 

LEICESTER— 

Historical sketches of the town of Leicester, Mass., during the first 
century from its settlement. 

Emory Washburn. 476 p. 8°, 1860, Boston. Printed by John Wilson & 
Son. 

Contains also a brief sketch of the history of Leicester Academy. 
Part I. 

Emory Washburne. 158 p. 8°, Boston, 1855. Phillips, Sampson & Co., 
publishers. 

LENOX— 

History of Lenox and Richmond, Mass. 

Charles J. Palmer. 48 p. 8°, Pittsfleld, Mass., 1904. Sun Printing Co., 
publishers. 

MARRIAGE NOTICES, 1785-1794— 

For the whole United States, copied from the Massachusetts Centinel 
and the Columbian Centinel. Charles Knowles Bolton, compiler. 
139 p. 8°, Salem, Mass., 1900. Eben Putnam, publisher. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

MEDFORD— 

History of the town of Medford, Middlesex County, Mass., from its 
first settlement in 1630 to 1855. By Charles Brooks. Revised, enlarged 
and brought down to 1885. By James M. Usher. 

592 p. 8°, Boston, 1886. Rand, Avery & Co., publishers. The Franklin 
Press. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY— 

History of Middlesex County, Mass., containing carefully prepared 
histories of every city and town in the county, by well known writers; 
and a general history of the county, from the earliest to the present 
time. In two volumes. 

Samuel Adams Drake. 2 vols. 4°, Boston, 1880. Estes & Lauriat, 
publishers. 

NEW PLYMOUTH COLONY— 

Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England; Court 
Orders. Vol. I, 1633-1640. 

Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, M.D., editor. 202 p. 4°, Boston, Mass., 1855. Press 
of William White. 

PALMER— 

History of the town of Palmer, Mass., early known as the Elbow 
Tract; including records of the plantation district and town, 1716-1889. 
With a genealogical register. 

J. H. Temple. 602 p. 8°, Springfield, Mass., 1889. Published by the 
Town of Palmer. Clark W. Bryan Co., publishers. 

PITTSFIELD— 

History of Pittsfield, Berkshire Countv, Mass. Vol. I, 1734 to 
1800. Vol. II, 1800 to 1876. 

J. E. A. Smith, compiler, under the direction of a general com- 
mittee. 

2 vols. 8°, Boston, 1869, 1876. Published by authority of the Town. 

PLYMOUTH— 

Ancient landmarks of Plymouth. 
Part I. Historical Sketch and Titles of Estates. 
Part II. Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families. 
William T. Davis. 312 p. 8°, Boston, 1883. A. Williams & Co., publishers. 

REHOBOTH— 

Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1896. 

James N. Arnold. 926 p. 4°, Providence, R. I., 1897. Narragansett 
Historical Publishing Co., publishers. 

RICHMOND— 

History of Lenox and Richmond, Mass. 

Charles J. Palmer. 48 p. 8°, Pittsfield, Mass., 1904. Sun Printing Co., 
publishers. 

ROXBURY TOWN— 

History of Roxbury Town. Charles M. Ellis. 
146 p. 8°, Boston, 1847. Published by Samuel G. Drake. 
See Boston. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

SCOTCH-IBISH PIONEERS IN ULSTER AND AMERICA—* 

Charles Knowles Bolton, 398 p. 8°, Boston, 1910. Bacon & Brown, 

publishers. 

SOCIETY OF THE C1NCINN ATI- 
Proceedings of the Massachusetts State Society ui' the Cincinnati 

from its organization. June 9, 1783, to July 4, 1811. 

Bound in copy of the Society of the Cincinnati. See General Works, 

Society of the Cincinnati. 

112 p. 8°, Boston, 1812. Printed by Thomas B. Wait & Co. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, MASSACHUSETTS 
SOCIETY— 
Historical memoranda with lists of members and their revolutionary 
ancestors. 

294 p. 8°, Boston, 1899. Published by The Society. 

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS OP MASSACHUSETTS IN THE 
REVOLUTIONARY WAR— 

A compilation from the archives prepared and published by Win. 
M. Olin, Secretary of the Commonwealth. 

17 vols. 8°, Boston, 1896-1898. Wright & Potter, State Printers. 

SOWANS— • 

With ancient records of Sowans and parts adjacent. Illustrated. 
Thomas Williams Bricknell. 195 p. 4°, Cleveland, Ohio, 1908. The 
Arthur H. Clark Co., publishers. 

SPRINGFIELD— 

Annals of Chicopee Street, 1675-187"). Records and reminiscences 
of an old New England Parish for a period of 200 years. 

Clara Skeele Palmer. 87 p. 8°, Springfield, Mass., 1899. Henry R. 
Johnson, publisher. 

History of the First Church in Springfield. An address delivered 
June 22, 1875. With an appendix. 

60 p. 8°, Springfield, Mass., 1875. Whitney & Adams, publishers. 

SUDBURY— 

See Framingham, Mass. By William Barry. 
SUFFOLK COUNTY DEEDS— 

Published by the authority of the Board of Aldermen of the City of 
Boston, acting as county commissioners for the county of Suffolk. 

Vol. I, 1880, to Vol. XIV, 1906. 8°, Boston, 1880-1906. Rockwell & 
Churchill, State Printers. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND 
LABOR— 
Bureau of Census. Heads of families at the first census of the 
United States, taken in the year 1790. Massachusetts. 

363 p. 4°, Washington, D. C, 1908. U. S. Government, publishers. 

WATERTOWN, WALTHAM, WESTON— 

Genealogies of the families and descendants of the early settlers of 
Watertown, Mass., including Waltham and Weston. To which is 



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MASSACHUSETTS-MICHIGAN 

WATKKTOWN— 

appended the early history of the town, with illustrations, maps and 
notes, 2d edition. With a memoir of the author, by Horatio Gates 
Jones, A.M. 

Henry Bond, M.D. 2 vols, in one. 1094 p. 8°, Boston, 1860. N. E. 
Historical & Genealogical Society, publishers. 

WKSSANGUSSET— 

See Weymouth, Mass. 
WEYMOUTH— 

Historical Sketch of the Town of Weymouth, Mass., from 1622 to 
1884. 

Gilbert Nash, compiler. In Vol. 2, Weymouth Historical Society Col- 
lections. 346 p. 8°, Weymouth, 1885. Published by the Town of Weymouth. 

Wessangusset and Weymouth. Historical address by Charles 
Francis Adams, Jr. 

Weymouth in its first thirty years. Gilbert Xash. 
Weymouth thirty years later. Charles Francis Adams. 
See Weymouth Historical Collections No. 3, 1905. 
Published by The Society. 

Weymouth Historical Society Publications, Xos. 1, 2, 3. 
Published by The Society, Weymouth, Mass., 1881, 1885, 1905. 

WOBTJBN— 

Woburn records of births, deaths, and marriages, 1040 to 1873. 
Round with annual reports city government of Woburn. 
Edward F. Johnson. 8°, Woburn, Mass., 1890-1894. 

WORCESTOR— 

History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion. 
Abijah P. Marion. 578 p. 8°, Cleveland, Ohio, 1870. The Arthur H. Clark 
Co., publishers. 

MICHIGAN 

DETROIT— 

Early Days in Detroit. Papers written by General Friend Palmer, 
of Detroit. Reing his personal reminiscences of important events and 
descriptions of the city for over 80 years. 

1032 p. 8°, Detroit, Mich., 1906. Copyright by Hunt & June. Printed by 
Richmond & Backus Co. 

Early Detroit. A sketch of some of the interesting affairs of the 
olden times. 

C. M. Burton. 52 p. 8°, Detroit, Mich., 1909. Speaker-Hines Press. 
Centennial Celebration of the Evacuation of Detroit bv the 'British, 
July 11, 1766-July 11, 189(5. Report of the Proceedings wjth the 
addresses of Col. H. M. Duffield, Senator J. C. Rurrows", and President 
James R. Angell. 

179 p. 8°, Detroit, Mich., 1896. John F. Erby & Co., printers. 
—3 II S 



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MICHIGAN-MINNESOTA-NEBRASKA-MISSISSIPPI 

GRAND RAPIDS— 

Historical Society Publications. 
Parts 1, 6, 1906-11." Published at Grand Rapids, Mich. 

PIONEER SOCIETY OF MICHIGAN— 

Michigan Pioneer Collections, Vol. I, 1874, to Vol. XXXVIII, 
1912 ; with Index Vols. I to XXX, 1874-1906. . 

8°, Lansing, Mich. Published by The Society. 

MINNESOTA 

N 

MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Collections of, 18G4, 1867, Vols. I, III, V, VIII, IX, XII-XIV, 
1872 to 1912. 

Published at St. Paul, Minn., by The Society. 

NEBRASKA 

INDIAN WAR OF 1864— 

Being a fragment of the early history of Kansas, Nebraska, Colo- 
rado, and Wyoming. 

Eugene F. Ware. 601 p. 12°, Topeka, Kans., 1911. Crane & Co., publishers. 

SOLDIERS— 

Soldiers, sailors and marines of the War of 1812, Mexican War, 
and the War of the Rebellion, residing in Nebraska June 1, 1893. 

John C. Allen, Secretary of State, compiler. 227 p. and index 20 p. 8°, 
Lincoln, Neb., 1893. State Printer. 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS 
Transactions and Reports — 
Vol. I, 1885, to Vol V, 1893. 
Vol. I (second series), 1894-95, (Vol. I). 
Vol. I (second series), 1899, (Vol. III). 
Proceedings and Collections — 
Vol. XI (second series II, Vol. VI), 1906. 
Vol. XII (second series II, Vol. VII), 1907. 
Vol. XV (second series II, Vol. X), 1907. 
Vol. XVI, 1911. 

MISSISSIPPI 

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY— 

Fourth annual report, October 1, 1904, to October 1, 1905. 
43 p. 8°, Nashville, Tenn. Brandon Printing Co. 

HISTORICAL* SOCIETY OF MISSISSIPPI— 

Publications of, Vol. X, 1909; Vol. XI. 1910. 

Edited by Franklin L. Riley, secretary. Published at University or 
Mississippi, Oxford, Miss. 



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MISSISSIPPI-MISSOURI 

HISTOBY OF MISSISSIPPI— 

From the discovery of the great river by Hernando De Soto, 
including the earliest settlement made by the French under Iberville, to 
the death of Jefferson Davis. Robert Lowry and William H. McGardle. 
648 p. 8°, Jackson, Miss., 1891. R. H. Henry & Co., publishers. 

OFFICIAL AND STATISTICAL REGISTER OF MISSISSIPPI, 

1904— 
Dunbar Rowland, compiler. 694 p. 8°, Nashville, Tenn., 1904. Press of 
the Brandon Printing Co. 

MISSOURI 

CREOLES OF ST. LOUIS— 

Paul Beckwith. 
169 p. 8°, St. Louis, 1893. Nixon-Jones Printing Co., publishers. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MISSOURI, ST. LOUIS— 

Collections of, Vol. II, 1900, to Vol. V, 1913. 
Published at St. Louis, Mo., by The Society. 

Missouri Historical Review. 

Vol. I, No. 1, October, 1906. 

Vol. II, Nos. 1-4, 1907-08. 

Vol. Ill, Nos. 1-4, 1909. 

Vol. IV, Nos. 1, 2, 4, 1910. 

Vol. V, Nos. 1, 2, 1911. 

Vol. VI, No. 1, 1911-12. 

Vol. VIII, 1914. 
Published at Columbia, Mo., by Historical Society. 

HISTORY OF MISSOURI— 

From the earliest explorations and settlements until the admission 
of the state into the Union. 

Louis Houck. 3 vols. 8°, Chicago, 1908. R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 
publishers. 

HOYNE'S— 

Annual directory of homeopathic physicians in the State of Illinois 
for the year 1879. Vol. I, No. 7. Containing also an alphabetical list 
of homeopathic physicians residing in the states of Indiana, Missouri- 
and Kansas. 

T. S. Hoyne, M.D. 31 p. 8°, Chicago, 1879. T. S. Hoyne, M.D., publisher. 

Also Vol.. I, No. 10, 1882. 
PIONEERS OF MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS— 

See pp. 1-8 in Vol. Ill, No. 1, January, 1912, of the Utah Genea- 
logical and Historical Magazine. Francis M. Lyman. 
SPANISH REGIME IN MISSOURI— 

A collection of papers and documents relating to Upper Louisiana, 
principally within the present limits of Missouri, during the dominion 
of Spain, from the Archives of the Indies at Seville, etc., translated 
from the original Spanish into Knglish, and including also some papers 
concerning the supposed grant to Col. Georgr Morgan, etc. 

Louis Houck. 2 vols. 8°, Chicago, 1909. R. R. Donnelley & Sons, 
publishers. 



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MISSOURI-NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WAR OF 181^ BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI— 

List of soldiers petitioning for pensions. 
See p. 102, in Vol. VI I J. No. 2, January, 11)14. 

Missouri Historical Review, Columbia, Mo. Published by The State 
Historical Society. 

\\ AW OK THE REBELLION— 

Missouri troops in service during Civil War. 

U. S. Government, publishers. Senate Document, Vol. 28, 57th Congress, 
1st Session. 1901-1902. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE - 

AM I IKK ST— 

History of the town of Amherst, N. H., 1728 to 1882, with geneal- 
ogies of Amherst families. 

Daniel F. Secomb. 978 p. 8°, Concord, N. H., 1883. Evans, Sleeper & 
Woodbury, publishers. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North America; 
to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°. 

CANDIA— 

History of the town of Candia, Rockingham County, N. IK. from 
its first settlement to the present time. 

J. Bailey Moore. 528 p. 8°, Manchester, N. H., 1893. George W. Browne, 
publisher. 

CHARLESTON— 

History of Charleston, X. H., the old No. 4, embracing the par) 
home hv its inhabitants in the Indian, French and Revolutionary wars, 
and the Vermont controversy, also genealogies and sketches of families, 
from its settlement to 1876. 

Rev. Henry H. Saunderson. 726 p. 8°, Claremont, N. H., 1876. Printed 
for the Town by The Claremont Manufacturing Company. 

(UNCORD— 

The history of Concord, (N. H.) from its first grant in K ■-'•'» to 
the organization of the city government in 1853, with a history of the 
ancient Penacooks. (with map). 

Nathaniel Bouton. 786 p. 8°, Concord, 1856. Benning W. Sanborn, 
publisher. 

KI KST X K\V HAMPSHIRE REC I M K NT- 
War of the Revolution. History of the First New Hampshire 
Regiment in the War of the Revolution. 

Frederic Kidder. 184 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1868. Joel Munsell. 

HAVERHILL— 

History of Haverhill, X. H. 
Rev. J. Q. Bittinger. 442 p. 8°, Haverhill, N. H., 1888. Cohos Steam 
Press. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE-NEW JERSEY 

PROVINCIAL AND STATE PAPERS OF \ K\V HAMPSHIRE— 
Vols. I to XXX, 1683-1768. 

Nathaniel Bouton, D.D., Isaac W. Hammond and Albert Stillman Batchel- 
lor, compilers. 8°, Concord, N. H. Published by the State, 1867-1907. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND 
LABOR— 

Bureau of the Census. Heads of families at the first census of the 
doited States taken in the year 1790. New Hampshire. 

71 p. 4°, Washington, D. C, 1908. U. S. Government, publishers. 

NEW JERSEY 

ABCHIVES OF THE STATE OF NE*W JERSEY— 

Journal of Governor and Council. 
First Series — 

Vol. XIII, Vol. I, 1682-1714. 

Vol. XIV, Vol. II, 1715-1738. Calendar of Records. 
Vol. XXI, 1601-1703. 
Vol. XXII, Marriage Records, 1665-1800. 

Vol. XXIII, Vol. I, 1670-1730. Calendar of New Jersey Wills. 
Vol. XXIV, Vol. V, 1762-1765. Extracts from American news- 
papers relating to New Jersey. 
Vol. XXV, Vol. VI, 1766-1767. Extracts from American news- 
papers relating to New Jersey. 
Vol. XXVI, Vol. VII, 1768-1769. Extracts from American news- 
papers relating to New Jersey. 
Vol. XXVII, Vol. VIII, 1770-1771. Extracts from American 
newspapers relating to New Jersey. 
Sieond Series — 

Vol. II, 1778. Extracts from American newspapers. 
Vol. Ill, 1779. Extracts from American newspapers. 
Trenton, N. J., 1890-1906. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual Baptist register of the Baptist denomination in North 
America, to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

BERGEN— 

Annals of the classes of Bergen, of the Reformed Dutch Church, 
and of the churehe> under its care; including the civil history of the 
ancient township of Bergen, N. J. 

Benjamin C. Taylor, D.D. 479 p. 12°, New York, 1857. Board of Publi- 
cation of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church. Hosford & Co., printers. 

CAPE MAY COUNTY— 

The history of Cape May County, N. J., from the ahoriginal times 
to the present clay. 

Lewis Townsend Stevens. 480 p. 8°, Cape May City, 1897. 

See Ludlam Family History. 



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NEW JERSEY 

CONTINENTAL LINE OF NEW JERSEY— 

In the Virginia Campaign of 1781. 
William S. Stryker. 45 p. 8°, Trenton, 1882. John L. Murphy, printer. 

ELIZABETH— 

Inscriptions on tombstones and monuments in the burying grounds 
of the First Presbyterian Church and St. John's Church at Elizabeth, 
N. J., 1664-1892. 

William Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, compilers. 355 p. 8°, 
New Haven, Conn. Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor. 

ELIZABETH TOWN— 

The history of St. John's Church, Elizabeth Town, N. J., from the 
year 1703 to the present time. . 

Samuel A. Clark. 203 p. 12°, Philadelphia, 1857. J. B. Lippincott & 
Co., publishers. 

GERMANS OF NEW JERSEY— 

The early Germans of New Jersey, their history, churches and 
genealogies. 

Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers. 667 p. 8°, Dover, N. J., 1895. Dover 
Printing Co., publishers. 

HACKENSACK— 

Historical discourse delivered on occasion of the reopening and 
dedication of "The First Reformed (Dutch) Church." Hackensack, 
N. J., May 2, 1869. 

Rev. Theodore Romeyn. 23 p. 8°, New York, 1870. Board of Publica- 
tion, R.C.A. Hosford & Sons, printers. 

HANOVER; MORRIS COUNTY— 

Church members, marriages and baptisms, at Hanover, Morris 
County, N. J., during the pastorate of Rev. Jacob Green, and to the 
settlement of Rev. Aaron Condit, 1746-1796. 

William Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, compilers. 32 p. 8°, 
Morristown, N. J., 1893. The Jerseyman Printing Office. 

See also Whippany and Hano.ver, N. J. 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF NEW JERSEY— 

Containing a general collection of the most interesting facts, 
traditions, and biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc., relating to the 
history and antiquities, with geographical descriptions of townships in 
the state. 

John W. Barber and Henry Howe, compilers. 519 p. 8°, Newark, N. J., 
1855. Published by Benjamin Olds for Justus H. Bradley. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF NEW JERSEY— 
A magazine of history. Biography and genealogy. 
1894 to 1912. Incomplete file. 8°, Newark, N. J. Published by The 

Society. 

HUDSON COUNTY— 

History of the county of Hudson, New Jersey, from its earliest 
settlement to the present time. 



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NEW JERSEY 

HUDSON COUNTY— 

Charles H. Winfield. 568 p. 8°, New York, 1874. Kennard & Hay Print- 
ing Co., publishers. 

MORRISTOWN— 

History of the First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, N. J. 
Part I. Records of Trustees and Sessions, from 1742 to 1882. 
Part II. The Combined Registers, 1742 to 1885. 
8°, Morristown, N. J., 1885. Published by the Board of Trustees, First 
Presbyterian Church, Morristown, N. J. 

OFFICIAL REGISTER— 

Of the officers and men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War. 
Printed by the order of the Legislature. William S. Stryker. 878 p. 8°, 
Trenton, N. J., 1872. William T. Nicholson & Co., printers. 

SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI— 

The Cincinnati, with the by-laws and rules of the New Jersey State 
Society. 

78 p. 8°, New Jersey, 1876. Society of The Cincinnati, publishers. 
Roster of the New Jersey officers of the Continental line in the 
Revolutionary War, who were eligible to membership in the Society of 
the Cincinnati. 

49 p. 8°. Published by the New Jersey Society of The Cincinnati, 1911. 

TRENTON— 

History of the Presbyterian church in Trenton, N. J., from the 
first settlement of the town. 

John Hall, D.D. 453 p. 12°, New York, 1859. Anson D. F. Randolph, 
publisher. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION- 
ISE Official Register. 
WHIPPANY, MORRIS COUNTY— 

Inscriptions on the tombstones and monuments in the graveyards at 
Whippany and Hanover, N. J., Morris County. 

William Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey, compilers. 93 p. 8°, 
1894. Place and publisher not given. 

WILLS— 

Index of Wills, office of Secretary of State, New Jersey, 1804 to 
1830. 

By the surrogates of the several counties: Bergen County, 1804 
to 1830 ; Burlington County, 1804 to 1830 ; Cape May County, 1804 to 
1830; Cumberland County, 1804 to 1830; Essex County, 1804 to 1830 
Gloucester County, 1804 to 1830; Hunterdon County, 1804 to 1830 
Middlesex County, 1804 to 1830; Monmouth County, 1804 to 1830 
Morris County, 1804 to 1830; Salem County, 1804 to 1830; Soraeraei 
County, 1804 to 1830; Sussex County, 1804 to 1830: Warren County, 
1825 to 1830. 

154 p. 8°, Trenton, N. J., 1901. The John L. Murphy Publishing Co., 
publishers. Printed under direction of the Secretary of State of New Jersey. 



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NEW YORK 

ABSTRACTS OF WILLS— 

On file in the surrogate's office. City of New York. 1665-1771. 
New York Historical Collections, 1892-1898 (7 vols.). 8°, New York 
Historical Society, publishers. 

ALBANY COUNTY— 

Contributions for the genealogies of the first settlers of the ancient 
county of Albany. From 1630 to 1800. 

Prof. Jonathan Pearson. 182 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1872. Joel Munsell, 
publisher. 

ALBANY— 

Contributions for the genealogies of the first settlers of Albany, 
with a key to the names of persons occurring in the early Dutch records 
of Albany and vicinity. From old church and other records. 
pp. 84-184, inc. 8°, Albany, n. d. 

ANNUAL REGISTER AND MILITARY ROSTER— 

Containing the names and rank of the principal civil officers of the 
government of the United States since its organization, and of the 
state of New York since the adoption of its constitution in 1777, 
including county officers, etc., also the names and rank of the militia 
officers of this state, now in office. 

B. Thalhiraer. 272 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1821. Printed by E. and E. 
Hosford. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America; 
to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 
COHOES— 

History of Cohoes, N. Y., from its earliest settlement to the present 
time. 

Arthur H. Masten. 327 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1877. Joel Munsell, 
publisher. 

DANKBBS AND SLUYTER JOURNALS— 

Journal of a voyage to New York and a tour in several of the 
American colonies in 1679-80. By Jasper Dankers and Peter Sluyter, 
of Wiewerd in Friesland. Translated from the original manuscript in 
Dutch for the Long Island Historical Society, and edited by Henry ('. 
Murphy. 

440 p. 8°, Brooklyn, 1867. Vol. I, Long Island Historical Memoirs. 

M'rllKSS COUNTY— 

General history of Duchess County, from 1609 to 1876, inclusive. 
Illustrated with numerous wood cuts, maps and full page engravings. 

Philip H. Smith. 507 p. 8°, Pawling, N. Y., 1877. Published by the 
author. DeLacey & Walsh, printers, Amenia, N. Y. 

I LATBUSH, KINGS COUNTY, LONG ISLAND— 

The history of the town of Flatbush, in Kings County. Long Island. 

Thomas M. Strong, D.D. 188 p. 12°, New York, 1842. Thomas R. Mer- 
oein, Jr., printer. 



41 

NEW YORK 

GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF NEW 
YORK— 

Officers, committees, and members of the society, 1908. 
40 p. 12°, New York, 1908. New York Genealogical and Biographical 
Society, publishers. 

Genealogical and Biographical Record. 

Vol. I, 1870, to Vol. XLV, 1914. {Also Index Vol. I to Vol. 
XXXVIII, 1907.) 

45 vols. 4°, N. Y., 1870-1914. Published by The Society. 

HAMILTON— 

The First Half Century of Madison University, Hamilton, N. Y. 
(1819-1869), or the Jubilee Volume, containing sketches of eleven hun- 
dred living and deceased alumni; with fifteen portraits of founders 
presidents and patrons. 

505 p. 8°, New York, 1872. Madison University, publishers. Sheldon & 
Co., publishers. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Collections of the New York Historical Society for the year 1814 
Vol. II, N. Y., 1814. J 

Printed by Van Winkle & Wiley. 

Collections of the New York Historical Society for the vear 1821 
Vol. Ill, N. Y., 1821. J 

Published by E. Bliss and E. White. 

Collections of the New York Historical Society. Second Serie« 
Vol. I, N. Y., 1841. 

H. Ludwig, publisher. 

Collections of the New York Historical Society. Second Series 
Vol. Ill, Part I, N. Y., 1857. 
D. Appleton & Co., publishers. 

Proceedings of the New York Historical Society for the vear 1846" 
X. Y., 1847. 

Press of the Historical Society. 

Collections of the New York Historical Society. Vol. I, 18(58, to 
Vol. NLIV, 1911. 

N. Y. Historical Society, publishers. 1868-1908. 

HUNTINGTON— 

Si Ins Wood's sketch of the town of Huntington. L. I. From its 
first settlement to the end of the American Revolution. Edited with 
genealogical and historical notes. 

William- S. Pelletreau, A.M. 63 p. 8°, New York, 1898. Francis P. 
Harper, publisher. 

KING'S BRIDGE— 

See Westchester County, N. Y. 

KING'S COUNTY— 

Genealogical Club Collections. Vol. I. X«». 1, .June, 1882, Vol. 
1. Xos. 5, 6, 1894. 

8°, N. Y., 1882, 1894. Kings County Genealogical Club, publishers. 



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NEW YORK 

LANSINGBURGH— 

History of Lansingburgh, N. Y., from (he year 1670 to 1877. 
A. J. Weise, A.M. 44 p. 8°, Troy, N. Y., 1877. William H. Young, printer. 

LESLIE'S HISTORY OF GREATER NEW YORK— NEW YORK 
CITY— 
Daniel Van Pelt. 
3 vols. 4°, N. Y. Copyright, 1898. Askell Publishing Co. 

LINCKLAEN JOURNAL— 

Travels in Pennsylvania, New York, and Vermont, journals of 
John Lincklaen, agent of the Holland Land Company, with a biograph- 
ical sketeh and notes. 

John Lincklaen. 162 p. 8°, New York, 1897. G. P. Putnam, publisher. 

LITTLE BRITAIN— 

The Centennial Memorial, a record of the proceedings on the 
occasion of the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the A. R. 
Presbyterian Church of Little Britain, N. Y., etc. 

Archibald C. Niven, editor. 251 p. 12°, New York, 1859. Robert Carter 
& Bros., publishers. 

LONG ISLAND GENEALOGIES— 

Being kindred descendants of Thomas Powell. 

Mary Powell Bunker. 350 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1895. Joel Munsell Sons, 
publishers. 

MARRIAGE LICENSES— 

Names of persons for whom marriage licenses were issued by the 
Secretary of the Province of New York, previous to 1784. Printed by 
order of Gideon J. Tucker, Secretary of State. 

Gideon J. Tucker, compiler. 480 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1860. Weed, 
Parsons & Co., publishers. 

M I \ UTES OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF NEW YORK- 

For detecting and defeating conspiracies in the state of New York. 

Albany County Sessions, 1778-1781. 
Vol. I, 1778-1779. 
Vol. II, 1780-1781. 
Victor Hugh Paltsits, editor. 4°, Albany, N. Y., 1909. State of New 

York, publishers. 

MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— 

Of the province of New York. Administration of Francis Love- 
lace, 1668-1673. 

Vol. I. Minutes, collateral and illustrative documents.* 1-XIX. 

Vol. II. Collateral and illustrative, XX-XCVIII. 
Victor Hugh Paltsits, editor. 2 vols. 8°, N. Y., 1910. Published by the 
State. 

MONROE COUNTY— 

See Phelps and Gorham Purchase, New York. 
MORRISANIA— 

See Westchester County, ,N. Y. 



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NEW YORK 

NEW PALTZ— 

History of New Paltz, N. Y., and its old families, from (1678 to 
1820), including the Huguenot Pioneers and others who settled in 
New Paltz previous to the Revolution. 

593 p. 8°, Albany, 1903. Ralph LeFevre. Copyright, Ralph LeFevre. 

ONEIDA COUNTY— 

Annals and Recollections of Oneida County. Pomroy Jones. 
893 p. 8°, Rome, N. Y., 1851. Published by the Author. 

ONONDAGA— 

Onondaga's Soldiers of the Revolution. Official records. 
Compiled by Frank H. Chase, Secretary of The Onondaga Historical 
Association. 47 p. 8°, Syracuse, N. Y., 1895. Published by The Onondaga 
Historical Association. 

OYSTER BAY, QUEENS COUNTY— 

A documentary history of the Dutch congregation of Oyster Bay, 
Queens County, Island of Nassau. (Now Long Island.) 

Henry A. Stoutenburgh. 40 p. 8°, New York, 1902. Eben Storer, 
publisher. 

PHELPS AND GORHAM PURCHASE— 

History of the Pioneer Settlement of Phelps and Gorham's Pur- 
chase and Morris Reserve ; to which is added a supplement of the pioneer 
history of Monroe County. 

0. Turner. 624 p. 8°, Rochester, N. Y., 1851. William Ailing, publisher. 

QUEENS COUNTY— 

History of Queens County, N. Y., with illustrations, portraits and 
sketches of prominent families and individuals. 

576 p. 4°, New York, 1882. W. W. Munsell & Co., publishers. 

ST. MARK'S CHURCH ON THE BOWERY— 

Parish Annals. A sermon giving historical notices of St. Mark's 
Church in the Bowery, N. Y. (Prom A.D. 1795, to A.D. 1845) 
delivered in said church, May 4, 1845. 

Henry Anthon, D.D. 58 p. 8°, New York, 1845. Stamford & Sword, 
publishers. 

SAINT NICHOLAS SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY— 

Charter, constitution and by-laws. List of members. 
98 p. 12°, New York, 1907. Douglas, Taylor & Co., publishers. 
Charter, constitution, and list of members of the Saint Nicholas 
Society of the City of New York, organized February 28, 1835. Incor- 
porated April 17, 1841. 

113 p. 12°, New York, 1913. Printed by order of The Society. Douglas- 
Taylor & Co., publishers. 

Genealogical Records of the St. Nicholas Society. 
335 p. 8°, New York, 1905. Published by The Society. 

SALEM— 

The Salem Book, records of the past and glimpses of the present. 
Prepared for publication by a group of Salem's sons and daughters. 



44 

NEW YORK 

SALEM— 

250 p. 8°, Salem, N. Y., 1896. The Salem Press Review. Salem Sons 
and Daughters, publishers. 

SCHENECTADY— 

Contributions for the genealogies of the descendants of the find 
settlers of the patent and city of Schenectady, from 1662 to 1800. 

Rev. Jonathan Pearson. 324 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1873. Joel Munsell, 
publisher. 

A history of the Schenectady patent in the Dutch and English 

times; being contributions toward a historv of the lower Ifohawk 
V.-.lley. 

Prof. Jonathan Pearson, A.M. 466 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1883. Edited by 
J. W. MacMurray, A.M., U.S.A. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY— 

History of Schoharie County and border wars of New York ; con- 
taining also a sketch of the causes which led to the American Revolu- 
tion; and interesting memoranda of the Mohawk Valley; together with 
much other historical and miscellaneous matter never before published. 
Jeptha R. Simms. 672 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1845. Munsell & Tanner, 
publishers. 

SHELTEB ISLAND— 

Historical papers on Shelter Tsland and its Presbyterian Church, 
with genealogical tables of the descendants of Brinley Sylvester. Samuel 
Hopkins, Joel and John Bowditch. Samuel Hudson, .John Havens, 
George Havens, Jonathan Havens, Jos. Havens, Henry Havens, Noah 
Tuthill, Thomas Conkling, Abraham Parker, Daniel Brown. Sylvester 
l/l [ommedieu, and others. 

Rev. Jacob E. Mailman, compiler. 332 p. 8°, N. Y., 1899. Printed for 
the Author. 

SOCIETY SONS OF THE AMEBICAM REVOLUTION OF \KW 
YORK— 

Year Book of the Societv of the Sons of the Revolution in the 
State of New York. 

690 p. 4°, New York, 1899. Francis E. Fitch, publisher. 

STEUBEN COUNTY— 

History of Steuben County, N. Y. ; with illustrations and biograph- 
ical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. 

Prof. W. W. Clayton. 460 p. . 4°, Philadelphia, 1879. Lewis, Peck & 
Co., publishers. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY— 

Historical and descriptive sketches of Suffolk County, and its towns. 

villages, hamlets, scenery, institutions and important enterprises; with 
a historical outline of Long Island, from its first settlement by 
Europeans. 

Richard M. Bayles. 424 p. 12°, Port Jefferson, L. I. Published by the 
Author. W. A. Overton, Jr., & Co. 

TYRON COUNTY— 

Annals of Tyron County: or the border warfare of New York, 
during the Revolution. 



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NEW YORK-NORTH CAROLINA 

TYROX COUNTY— 

William W. Campbell. 78 p. 8°, New York, 1831. J. & J. Harper, 
publishers. 

The Minute Book of the Committee of Safety of Tyron County, the 
old Xew York frontier, now printed verbatim for the first time, with an 
introduction by J. Howard Hanson, and notes by Samuel Ludlow Frey. 

151 p. 8°, New York, 1905. Dodd, Mead & Co., publishers. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

History of Xew York during the Revolutionary War, and of the 
leading events in the other colonies of that period. By Thomas Jones, 
with notes, contemporary documents, maps and portraits. 

Edward Floyd de Lancey, editor. 2 vols. 8°, New York, 1879. New 
York Historical Society, publishers. 

Xew York in the Revolution as a colony and as a state. These 
records were discovered, arranged and classified in 1895, 1896, 1897 
and 1898. 

James A. Roberts, compiler. 2d edition, 534 p. 4°, Albany, 1898. Bran- 
dow Printing Co. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY— 

Early wills of Westchester County, X. Y., from 1661 to 1784, with 
a careful abstract of all wills recorded in Xew York surrogate's office 
and at White Plains, X. Y. Also the genealogy of "The Havi lands" 
of Westchester County, and descendants of Hon. James Graham (Wat- 
kinson and Ackerley families). 

William S. Pelletreau, S.A.M. 488 p. 8°, N. Y., 1898. Francis P. Harper, 
publisher. 

History of Westchester County, X. Y., including Morrisania, Kings 
Bridge, and West Farms, which have been annexed to Xew York City. 
J. Thomas Scharf. 2 vols. 4°, Philadelphia, 1886. L. E. Preston & Co., 
publishers. 

WEST FAKMS— 

Sep Westchester County, X. Y. 
WHITE PLAINS— 

See Westchester County, X. Y. 

NORTH CAROLINA 
ABSTRACT OF NORTH (AIM) LIN A WILLS— 

Compiled from original and recorded wills in the office of the Secre- 
tary of State. 

670 p. 8°, Raleigh, N. C, 1910. E. M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers. 

BAPTIST CIH'IiCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in Xorth America : 
to the first oi November, 1790. 

Jchn Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 
COLONIAL OFFICER, (A) AND HIS TIMES, 1754-1773— 

\ biographical sketch of Gen. Hugh Wftddell, of North Carolina. 

Alfred Wore Waddell. 242 p. 8°, Raleigh, N. C, 1890. Edwards * 
Broughton. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 

COLONIAL RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

Published under the supervision of the trustees of the public- 
libraries. By order of the General Assembly. 

Vol. I, 1622, to Vol. XXVI, 1790. 

Vol. XXVII and XXVIII. Index A to L (2 vols.). 

William Saunders, Walter Clark and Stephen Wells, editors. Published 
by the State. Raleigh & Goldsboro, N. C, 1886-1905, 1910. 

GERMAN SETTLEMENTS IN NORTH CAROLINA— 

History of the German settlements and of the Lutheran church in 
North and South Carolina, from the earliest period of the colonization 
of the Dutch, German, and Swiss settlers to the close of the first hall 
of the present century. 

G. D. Bernhein. 557 pp. 12°, Philadelphia, 1872. The Lutheran Book 
Store, publishers. 

GREENSBORO, 1808-1904— 

Facts, figures, traditions and reminiscences. 

James W. Albright (collected by). 134 p. 8°, Greensboro, N. C., 1904. 
Joseph J. Stone & Co., publishers. 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF NORTH 
CAROLINA— 
Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, January, 1900-October, 1900. 
Vol. II, Nos. 1-4, January, 1901-October, 1901. 
Vol. Ill, Nos. 1-3, January, 1903-July, 1903. 
J. R. B. Hathaway, editor and publisher. 8°, Edenton, N. C. 

HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

From 1584 to 1851. Compiled from original records, official docu- 
ments, and traditional statements, with biographical sketches of her 
distinguished statesmen, jurists, lawyers, soldiers, divines, etc. 

John H. Wheeler. (2 vols, in 1.) 8°, Philadelphia, 1851. Lippincott, 
Grambo & Co., publishers. 

LINCOLN COUNTY— 

See Sketches of North Carolina. 
C. L. Hunter. 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY— 

See Sketches of North Carolina. 
C. L. Hunter. 

NATIONAL SOCIETY D.A.R. (OF NORTH CAROLINA)— 

The North Carolina Booklet. 

Vol. X, 1910, Vol. XI, 1911, Vol. XII, 1912, Vol. XIV, 1914. 
Raleigh, N. C, 1910-1913. National Society, D. A. R., publishers. 

NEW HANOVER COUNTY— 

A history of New Hanover County and the lower Cape Fear 
Region, 1723-1800 (I vol.). 

Alfred Moore Waddell. 232 p., Wilmington, N. C, 1909. Published by 
the Author. 



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NORTH CAROLINA-NORTH DAKOTA 

NORTH CAROLINA, 1780-1781— 

Being a history of the invasion of the Carolinas by the British 
Army under Lord Cornwallis in 1780-81. With the particular design 
of showing the part borne by North Carolina in that struggle for liberty 
and independence, and to correct some of the errors of history in regard 
to that state and its people. 

David Schenck, LL.D. 498 p. 8°, Raleigh, N. C, 1889. Edwards & 
Broughton, publishers. 

Revolutionary incidents and sketches of character, chiefly in the 
"Old North State." E. W. Caruthers. Two editions. 

1st ed. 431 p. 12°, Philadelphia, 1854; 2d ed. 448 p. 12°, Philadelphia, 
1856. Hayes & Zell, publishers. 

REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONERS IN NORTH CAROLINA— 

Under the Acts of 1818 and 1832. As reported by Secretary of 
State to Congress, 1835. 

See Vol. XXII, North Carolina Colonial Records. 
Walter Clark. Published by The State, Goldsboro, N. C, 1907. 

ROWAN COUNTY— 

See Sketches of North Carolina. 
C. L. Hunter. 

Rowan County Wills in North Carolina Booklet. Vol. X, 1910. 
Vol. XI, 1911. By Mrs. M. G. McCubbins. 

Sketches of prominent living North Carolinians. 

Jerome Dowd. 320 p. 12°, Raleigh, N. C, 1888. Edwards & Broughton, 

publishers. 

Sketches of Western North Carolina, historical and biographical. 

Illustrating principally the revolutionary period, of Mecklenburg, Rowan, 

Lincoln, and adjoining counties, accompanied with miscellaneous 

information, much of it never before published. 

C. L. Hunter. 357 p. 8°, Raleigh, N. C, 1877. The Raleigh News, State 
Printer. 

NORTH DAKOTA 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF— 

Collections of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Vol. 
I, II, III, 1906, 1908, 1910. 

Published by The Society, Bismark, N. D. 

KENSAL— 

History of Kensal, N .D., with Directory. 
18 p. 8°, Carrington, N. D., 1910. The Carrington Record Press. 

NORTH DAKOTA— 

Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota. Vol, I, 
1910, to Vol. IV, 1914. 

Published at University of North Dakota. 



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OHIO 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL WD HISTORICAL SoclKTY OF OHIO— 
Publications of. Vol. I, 1887, to Vol. XX I II, 1914. 
Published by The Society, Columbus, O. 

ATIIKXS COUNTY— 

History of Athens County, Ohio, and incidentally of the Ohio Land 
Co., and the first settlement at Marietta, with persona] and biographical 
sketches of the early settlers, narrative- of pioneer adventure, etc 

Charles M. Walker. 600 p. 8°, Cincinnati, O., 1869. Robert Clarke & 
Co., publishers. 

BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL MEMOIRS— 

Of the early pioneer settlers of Ohio, with narratives of incidents 

and occurrences in 1775. By S. P. Hildreth, M.D. To which is 
annexed a journal of occurrences which happened in the circles of the 
author's personal observation in the detachment commanded by Col. 
Benedict Arnold, consisting of two battalions from the United States 
Army, at Cambridge, Mass. in A.D. 1775. 

By Col. R. J. Meigs, 539 p. 8°, Cincinnati, O., 1852. H. W. Derby & Co., 
publishers. 

BUTLER COUNTY— 

Pioneer Biography. Sketches of the lives of some of the early 
settlers of Butler County, Obio. 

James McBride. 2 vols. 8°, Cincinnati, 1869. Robert Clarke & Co., 
publishers. 

CINCINNATI— 

Cincinnati College Catalogue of Officers and students. is:>(>-37. 

Printed by N. S. Johnson, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1837. 
Cincinnati in 1841. Its early annals and future prospects. 
Charles Cist. 300 p. 12°, Cincinnati, 1841. E. Morgan & Co., publishers. 

Directory 1819. 
Oliver Farnsworth, publisher. 156 p. 12°, Cincinnati, 1819.. 

Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in 1851. 
Charles Cist. 363 p. 12°, Cincinnati, 1851. William H. Moore & Co., 
publishers. 

Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in C869. 
Charles Cist. 367 p. 12°, Cincinnati, 1859. 

COLUMBUS— 

Its history, resources and progrc— 
Jacob Studer, publisher. 584 p. 8°, 1873, Columbus, O. 

GEAUGA COUNTY— 

Revolutionary Boldiers buried in. 

See New Connecticut Chapter, Painesville, 0., D.A.K. 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF OHIO— 

By Henry Howe. 
2 vols. 4°, Columbus, O., 1890. 

Also I he Ohio Centennial edition, 3 vols. 
Published at Cincinnati, 1904. C- J. Krehbiel & Co.. publishers. 



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OHIO 

HISTORICAL AM) PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF OHIO— 

The quarterly publication of the Historical and Philosophical 
Society of Ohio. 

Vol. Ill, No. 3, July-September, 1908. 

Vol. Ill, No. 4, October-December, 1908. 

Vol. IV, Nos. 1-4, January-December, 1909. 

Vol. V, No. 1, January, March, 1910. 

Vol. VIII, Nos. 2-3, June-September, 1913. 
8°, Cincinnati, O. 

1 1 1 STORICAL SKETCHES— 

Of our twenty-five churches and missions, and their work in mis- 
sions. Local growth and social life. With full directories of members 
to January 1, 1896. 

Edited by Rev. A. B. Christy, Pastor Lake View Congregational Church. 
259 p. 8°, Cleveland, O., 1896. The Williams Pub. and Electric Co. 

KNOX COUNTY— 

The Biographical Record of Knox County, Ohio. To which is 
added an elaborate compendium of national biography. 

218 p. 4°, Chicago, 1902. The Lewis Publishing Co., publishers. 

LAKE COUNTY— 

Revolutionary soldiers buried in. 

See New Connecticut Chapter, Painesville, O., D.A.R. 
\ EW CONNECTICUT CHAPTER, D.A.R., PAINESVILLE— 

A record of the revolutionary soldiers buried in Lake County, Ohio, 
with a partial list of those in Geauga County, and a membership roll of 
New Connecticut Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. 

94 p. 8°, Columbus, O., n. d. The Champlin Press. 

OHIO ANNALS— 

Historic events in the Tuscarawas and Muskingum valleys. 
Edited by C. H. Mitchener. 358 p. 8°, Dayton, O., 1876. Thomas W. 
Odell, printer. 

PLYMOUTH— 

See Plymouth, Conn. 
RECOLLECTIONS OF LIFE IN OHIO— 

From 1813 to 1840. By William Cooper Howells, with an intro- 
duction by his son, William Dean Howells. 

207 p. 8°, Cincinnati, 1895. The Robert Clarke Co. 

SENECA COUNTY— 

History of Seneca County, containing a detailed narrative of the 
principal events that have occurred since its first settlement down to the 
present time; a history of the Indians that formerly resided within its 
limits; geographical descriptions, early customs, biographical sketches, 
etc. 

Consul W. Butterfleld. 251 p. 12°, Sandusky, O,, 1848. D. Campbell & 
Sons, publishers. 

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OHIO-PENNSYLVANIA 

WESTERN RESERVE— 

Pioneers of tlie Western llcserve. 
Harvey Rice, 350 p. 12°, Boston, 1883. Lee & Shepard, publishers. 

SOUTH CHARLESTON— 

Sketches of South Charleston, 0. Reminiscences of early scenes, 
anecdotes and facts about early residents. 

Albert Reeder. 39 p. 8°, Columbus, O., 1910. The New Frankliu Print- 
ing Company. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

A I {( ' 1 1 1 V ES OF PENNSYLVANIA— 

Vol. I, 1664, to Vol. XII, 1790, with appendix. General Index to 
Colonial Records and Pennsylvania Archives, 1 vol. 

Second Series, Vol. III. 

Second Series, Vol. VI. 

Second Series, Vol. XIII. 

Second Series, Vol. XIV. 

William Egle, M.D., and John Linn, editors. 8°, Harrisburg, 1875, 1887, 
1890. 

Fourth Series, Vol. I, 1682, to Vol. XII. 

Fifth Series, Vol. I to Vol. VIII. 

Sixth Series, Vol. 1 to Vol. XIV. 

Vol. XV, Index in two parts to Series V. 

Names of persons who took the oath of allegiance to the state of 
Pennsylvania between the years 1776-1794, second series. Vol. III. 
Pennsylvania Archives. 

John B. Linn and William H. Egle, M.D., editors. 811 p. 8°, Harrisburg, 
Pa., 1875. B. F. Meyer, printer. 

Second series, Vols. XIII and XIV. Pennsylvania in the W;ir 
of the Revolution. Association Battalions and Militia. 
Vol. I, 1775-1783. 
Vol. II, 1775-1783. 
William H. Egle, M.D., editor. 8°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1887. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist denomination in North 
America; to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplumi, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

BEAVER COUNTY— 

History of Beaver County, Penn., and its centennial celebration. 
Rev. Joseph Bausman, A.M. 2 vols. 8°, New York, 1904. The Knicker- 
bocker Press. 

BIOGRAPHICAL ANNALS— 

Deceased residents of the West Branch, Valley of the Susquehanna, 
from the earliest times to the present. 

J. F. Meginness (John of Lancaster). 272 p. 8°, Williamsport, Pa., 1889. 
Gazette & Bulletin Printing House. 



51 

PENNSYLVANIA 

COLLECTION OF NAMES— 

Collection of upwards of 30,000 names of German, Swiss, Dutch, 
French, and other immigrants in Pennsylvania, from 1727 to 1776, with 
a statement of the names of ships, whence they sailed and the date of 
their arrival at Philadelphia, chronologically arranged, etc. 

Prof. I. Daniel Rupp. 495 p. 12°, Philadelphia, 1876. Ig. Kohler, 
publisher. 

COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA— 

Register of Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America. 
Instituted April 8, 1891. Incorporated July 13, 1891. 

193 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1898. J. B. Lippincott Co., publishers. 

COLONIAL RECORDS OF PENNSYLVANIA— 

Vol. I, 1683, to Vol. XVI, 1790. With general index. Colonial 
Records and Pennsylvania Archives, 1 vol. 
8°, Harrisburg, Pa. Published by The State. 

DAUPHIN COUNTY— 

Scraps of Dauphin County History. 

E. W. S. Parthemore. 16 p. 8°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1896. Harrisburg 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

EASTON— 

Some of the first settlers of "The Forks of the Delaware," being 
a translation from the German of the record books of "The First 
Reformed Church of Easton, Pa., from 1760 to 1852/' together with 
an historical introduction. In commemoration of the one hundred and 
fifty-seventh anniversary of the founding of the congregation, 1754- 
1902. 

Rev. Henry Martyn Kieffer, D.D. 404 p. 8°, Cleveland, O., 1902. The 
Arthur H. Clark Co. 

FRENCH OCCUPATION IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA, 1631- 
1764— 
Papers relating to. 

See Pennsylvania Archives, second series, Vol. VI. 
William H. Egle, M.D., and John B. Linn, editors. 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PUBLICA- 
TIONS OF— 
Vol. I, No. 1, January, 1895. 
Vol. I, No. 2, July, 1896. 
Record Series No. 1, July, 1896. 
Vol. I, No. 3, July, 1897. 
Vol. I, No. 4, December, 1898. 
Vol. II, No. 1, June, 1900. 
Vol. II, No. 2, May, 1902. 
Vol. II, No. 3, June, 1903. 

Vol. Ill, No. 1, January, 1906. ,. Un ' v ERsitv n 

Vol. Ill, No. 2, January, 1907. "-L'HOis ■ 



Vol. Ill, No. 3, June, 1908. 



UBKAft 



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PENNSYLVANIA 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PUBLICA- 
TIONS OF— 
Vol. IV, No. 1, March, 1909. 
Vol. IV, No. 2, March, 1910. 
Pennsylvania Historical Society, publishers, Philadelphia, Pa. 

HUNTINGDON COUNTY— 

History of Huntingdon County, in the state of Pennsylvania, from 
the earliest times to the centennial anniversary of American Independ- 
ence, July 4, 1876. 

Milton Scott Lvtle. compiler. 316 p. 8°, Lancaster, Pa., 1876. William 
H. Roy, publisher. 

JUNIATA VALLEY— 

History of the early settlement of the Juniata Valley: embracing 
an account of the early pioneers, and the trials and privations incident 
to the settlement of the valley; predatory incursions, massacres, end 
ahductions by the Indians, during the French and Indian wars and the 
War of the Revolution. 

U. J. Jones, 380 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1856. Henry B. Ashmead, publisher. 
LANCASTER COUNTY— 

A biographical history of Lancaster County. Being a history of 
early settlers and eminent men of the county; as also much other unpuh- 
lished historical information, chiefly of a local character. 

Alex. Harris. 638 p. 8°, Lancaster, Pa., 1872. Elias Barr & Co., 
publishers. 

History of Lancaster County, Pa., with biographical sketches ol 
many of its pioneers, and prominent men. 

Frank Ellis and Samuel Evans, compilers. 1101 p. 4°, Philadelphia, 
1883. Everts & Peck, publishers. 

LANCASTER— 

The Lancaster Barracks where the British and Hessian prisoners 
were detained during the Revolution. (Reprinted from Notes and 
Queries, Harrishurp Daily Telegraph.) 

Samuel M. Sener. 20 p. 4°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1896. Harrisburg Pub- 
lishing Co. 

LINCKLAEN, JOHN— 

See Travels in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont. 
MONONGAHELA OF OLD-: 

Or historical sketches of southwestern Pennsylvania, to the year 
1800. 

James Veech. 259 p.* 8°, Pittsburgh, 1858-1892. (Publisher not given.) 
For private distribution only. Copyright, 1892, by Mrs. E. V. Blaine. Copy- 
right, 1910, by James Hadden. 

XOTKS AND QUERIES-r- 

Historical, biographical and genealogical, relating chiefly to interior 
Pennsylvania. 

Third Series (reprint). Vols. [, II. HI. 1895, 189fi. 

Fourth Series. Vol. I, 1893. 

Annual Volumes, 1896-1900, 5 vols. 



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PENNSYLVANIA 

NOTES AND QUERIES— 

William Henry Egle, M.D., M.A., editor. 8°, Harrisburg, Pa. Harris- 
burg Publishing Co. 

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE— 

Oath of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania, between the years 
1776 to 1794. Names of persons. 

Pennsylvania Archives, second series, Vol. III. 

William H. Egle, M.D., and John B. Linn, editors. Harrisburg, Pa., 1875. 
State Printer. 

PE X X S V L V A X I A M A ( i AX I X E— 

Pennsvlvania Magazine of Biography and History. 
Vol. I, 1877, to Vol. XXXVIII, 1914. 

Philadelphia, 1877-1914. 8°, Pennsylvania Historical Society, publishers. 

PLYMOUTH MEETING— 

Its establishment and the settlement of the township, with histor- 
ical genealogical and biographical data from records of Friends. 

Ellwood Roberts. 235 p. 8°, Norristown, Pa., 1900. Roberts Publishing 
Co., publishers. 

SNYDER COUNTY— 

Snyder County Marriages, 1835-1899. 

Miscellaneous marriages, 18G8-1898. 

Rev. Casper's Marriage Record, 1839-1882. 

Rev. Shindel's Marriage Record, 1835-1888. 

Rev. C. G. Erlenwiger's Marriage Record, 1840-1875. 

With index of surnames. 

George Wagenseller, W.A.M., compiler. 266 p. 8°, Middleburgh, Pa., 1899. 
Wagenseller Publishing Co. 

TRAVELS— 

Travels in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont. Journals of 
John Lincklaen, agent of the Holland Land Company. With a bio- 
graphical sketch and notes. 

John Lincklaen. 162 p. 8°, New York, 1897. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 
publishers. 

UPLAND— 

The Record of the Court at Upland in Pennsylvania, 1676 to 1681. 
And a military journal kept by Major E. Denny, 1781 to 1795. 
485 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1860. Pennsylvania Historical Society. 

VENANGO COUNTY— 

Centennial Discourse. A sketch of the history of Venango Count v. 
Pa., delivered at Franklin, Pa., duly I. L876. 

S. J. M. Eaton, D.D. 48 p. 8°, Eranklin, Pa., 1876. Venango Spectator 
Job Office. 

WAR 01 THE REVOLUTION— 

Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution. Associated Battalions 
and Militia, 1776-1783. Vols. I and II. 

Pennsylvania Archives, second series. Vols. XIII and XIV. 

2 vols. 8°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1887-1888. William H. Egle, M.D., editor. 



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PENNSYLVANIA-RHODE ISLAND 

WASHINGTON COUNTY— 

History of Washington County, from its first settlement to the 
present time, first under Virginia as Yohogania, Ohio, or Augustus 
County until 1781, and subsequently under Pennsylvania. 2d ed., revised 
and enlarged. 

Alfred Creigh, LL.D. 132 p. 8°, Harrisburg, Pa., 1871. B. Singerly, 
printer. 

WESTMORELAND— 

Old Westmoreland. A history of Western Pennsylvania during the 
Revolution. 

Edgar W. Hassler. 200 p. 8°, Cleveland, O., 1900. The Arthur H. Clark 
Co., publishers. 

WYOMING HISTORICAL AND GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY— 

History, charter, by-laws, and list of officers. Members, etc. 
Proceedings and collections of, Vol. Ill, 1886, to Vol. XII, 1912. 
Except Vols. VI and VIII. 

Published at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., by The Society. 

RHODE ISLAND 

ANCESTRY— 

Ancestry of thirty-three Rhode Islanders born in the Eighteenth 
Century; also twenty-seven charts of Roger William's descendants to 
the fifth generation; and an account of Lewis Latham, falconer to King 
Charles I, with a chart of his American descendants to the fourth genera- 
tion; other prominent Rhode Islanders. 

John Osborne Austin, compiler. 139 p. folio, Albany, 1889. Joel Munsell 
Sons, publishers. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North 
America ; to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

BLOCK ISLAND— 

A copy of the old epitaphs in the burying-ground of Block Island, 
R. I. 

Edward Doubleday Harris. 66 p. 12°, Cambridge, 1883. Press of Jonn 
Wilson & Son. 

COLONY OF RHODE ISLAND AND PROVIDENCE PLANTA- 
TION— 

Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations 
in New England. 

John Russell Bartlett, editor. Vol. II, 1664-1677. 
John Russell Bartlett, editor. Printed by order of the Gen. Assembly, 
Providence, R. I., 1857. 609 p. 8°. State Printers. 

GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF RHODE ISLAND— 

Comprising three generations of settlers who came before 1690 
(with many families carried to the fourth generation). 



55 

RHODE ISLAND-SOUTH CAROLINA 

GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF EHODE ISLAND— 

John Osborne Austin. 443 p. 4°, Albany, N. Y., 1887. Joel Munsell's 
Sons, publishers. 

NARRAGANSETT— 

History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, R. I. ; including 
a history of other Episcopal churches in the state; with an appendix, 
containing a reprint of a work now extremely rare, entitled "America 
Dissected," by the Rev. J. MacSparran, D.D., with notes containing 
genealogical and biographical accounts of distinguished men, families, 
etc. 

Wilkins Updike. 533 p. 8°, New York, 1847. Henry M. Onderdonk. 

PROVIDENCE PLANTATION— 

History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantation. 
From the settlement of the state, 1636, to the adoption of the Federal 
Constitution, 1790. In two volumes. Vol. I, 1636-1700; Vol. II, 1700- 
1790. 

Samuel Greene Arnold. 8°, New York, 1860. D. Appleton & Co., 
publishers. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND 
LABOR— 

Bureau of the Census. Heads of families at the first census of the 
United States, taken in the year 1790. Rhode Island. 

71 p. 4°, Washington, D. C, 1908. U. S. Government, publishers. 

WARREN— 

History of Warren, R. I., in the War of the Revolution, 1776-i783. 
Virginia Baker. 68 p. 8°, Warren R. I., 1901. Published by the Author. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

BAPTIST CHURCH— • 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North America ; 
to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

CHARLESTON— 

The Siege of Charleston, by the British Fleet and Army. Under 
the command of Admiral Arbufhnot and Sir Henry Clinton, which 
terminated with the surrender of that place on the 12th of May, 1780. 

224 p. 4°, Albany, 1867. J. Munsell, publisher. 

COLLECTIONS OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH 
CAROLINA— 

Vols. I, II, IV, V, 1857-1897. 

8°, Charleston, S. C, 1857-1897. South Carolina Historical Society, 
publishers. 

GERMAN SETTLEMENT— 

History of the German settlements and of the Lutheran church in 
North and South Carolina, from the earliest period of the colonization 
of the Dutch, German and Swiss settlers to the close of the first half 
of the present century. 



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SOUTH CAROLINA 

GERMAN SETTLEMENT— 

G. D. Bernhein. 557 p. 12°, Philadelphia, 1872. The Lutheran Book 
Store, publishers. 

GREENVILLE— 

The Greenville Century Hook; comprising an acconnl of the find 
settlement of the county, and the founding of the city oi Greenville, 8 I 
162 p. 8°, Greenville, S. C, 1903. Press of The Greenville News. 

HISTORICAL AND GEN I. A LOGICAL MAGAZINE— 

Vol. I, 1900, to Vol. XV, 1914. 

8°, Charleston, S. C., 1900-1914. South Carolina Historical Society, 
publishers. 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA— 

Embracing many rare and valuable pamphlets, and other docu- 
ments, relating to the history of that state, from its first discovery to 
its independence in the year 1776. 

B. R. Carroll, compileV. 2 vols. 8°, New York, 1836. Harper & Bros., 
publishers. 

MARRIAGE NOTICES IN SOUTH CAROLINA GAZETTE AND 
ITS SUCCESSOR, 1732-1801. 

A. S. Salley, Jr., compiler. 174 p. 8°, Albany N. Y., 1902. 

ORANGEBURG COUNTY— 

The history of Orangeburg County, S. ('., from its tir>t settlement to 
the close of the Revolutionary War. 

A. S. Salley, Jr. 572 p. 8°, Orangeburg, S. C, 1898. R. Lewis Berry, 
printer. 

RAMSAY'S— 

History of South Carolina, from its settlement in KJ70, to the 
year 1808. 

David Ramsay, M.D. 2 vols. 8°, Charleston, S. C. Published by David 
Ivongworth for the Author, 1809. 

History of the Revolution of South Carolina, from a British 
province to an independent state. 

David Ramsay, M.D. 2 vols. 8°, Trenton. Printed by Isaac Collins, 1785. 

REVOLUTIONARY WAR— 

The History of South Carolina in the Ro\olution. 

Vol. I. 1775-1780. 

Vol. II, 1780-1783. 

2 vols. 8°, N. Y., 1902. Edward McCrady. The Macmillan Co., publishers. 

South Carolina in the Revolutionary War: being I reply to certain 
misrepresentations and mistakes of recent writers, in relation to the 
course and conduct of this State. 

(By a Southron.) W. Gilmore Simms. 177 p. 12°, Charleston, S. C, 
1853. Walker & Jones, publishers. 

The History of the Revolution of South Carolina, from a British 
province to an independent state. 

David Ramsey. 2 vols. 8°, Trenton, 1785. Printed by Isaac Collins. 

Revolutionary Soldiers of South Carolina, Copied and arranged 
by Mrs. Amos G. Draper. 



5? 

SOUTH CAROLINA-SOUTH DAKOTA-TENNESSEE 

REVOLUTIONARY SOU >l K US- 
See Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, March, July, 
August, September, October, 1913. 

Published by The National Society D. A. R., New York. 

ST. THOMAS AND ST. DENIS PARISH— 

The Annals and Parish Register of St. Thomas, and St. Denis 
Parish, in South Carolina, from 1680 to 1884. 

Rev. Robert F. Clute. Ill p. 8°, Charleston, S. C, 1884. Walker, 
Evans & Cogswell, printers. 

A sketch of the history of South Carolina to the close of the pro- 
prietary government by the Revolution of 1719, with an appendix con- 
taining many valuable records hitherto unpublished. 

William James Rivers. 470 p. 8°, Charleston, S. C, 1856. McCarter & 
Co., publishers. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND 
LABOR— 

Bureau of the Census. Heads of families at the first census of the 
United State? taken in the year 1790. South Carolina. 

150 p. 4°, Washington, D. C, 1908. U. S. Government, publishers. 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH DAKOTA— 

Collections of. Vol. I, 1902, to Vol. V, 1910. 
Published at Aberdeen, S. D., by The Society. 

TENNESSEE 

A \ NT ALS OF— 

Annals of Tennessee to the end of the Eighteenth Century, com- 
prising its settlement as the Watauga Association, from 1769 to 1777; 
a part of North Carolina, from 1777 to 1784. The state of Franklin, 
from 1784 to 1788; a part of North Carolina, from 1788 to 1790, etc. 

J. G. M. Ramsay, M.D. 774 p. 8°, Charleston, 1853. Walker & James, 
publishers. 

CIVIL HISTORY— 

The civil and political history of the state of Tennessee, from 
its earliest settlement up to the year 179G; including the boundaries of 
the state. 

John Haywood. 504 p. 8°, Knoxville, Tenn., 1823. Printed for the 
Author by Heiskell & Brown. 

SUMNER COUNTY— 

Historic Sunnier County, Tenn., with genealogies of the Bledsoe, 
Cage and Douglass families, and genealogical notes of other Sumner 
County families. 

Jay Guy Cisco. 319 p. 8°, Nashville, Tenn., 1909. Folk, Keelin Printing 
Company. 



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TEXAS-UTAH- VERMONT 

BOWIE, (COL.) JAMES; BOWIE, REZIN P.; CROCKETT, (COL.) 
DAVID; HOUSTON, (GEN.) SAM— 
The life of Col. David Crockett contains also sketches of Gen. 
Sam Houston, Gen. Santa Anna, Rezin P. and Col. James Bowie. 

Edward S. Ellis. 271 p. 12°, Philadelphia. Copyright 1884. Henry T. 
Coates & Co., publishers. 

HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION— 

The Quarterly of the Texas Historical Association, Vol. Ill, July, 
1899-April, 1900. 

Vol. IV, 1900, to Vol. XVII, 1914. 
8°, Austin, Texas. Published by The Society. 

INDIAN WARS AND PIONEERS OF TEXAS— 

John Henry Brown. 762 p. 4°, Austin, Texas, n. d. L. E. Daniell, 
publisher. 

LETTERS FROM AN EARLY SETTLER OF TEXAS— 

W. B. Dewees, Clara Cardelle, compilers 2d edition. 312 p. 8°, Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1858. 

UTAH 

UTAH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS— 

The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine. 
Vol. I, 1910, to Vol. VI, 1914. 
8°, Salt Lake, Utah, 1910-1914. Utah Genealogical Society, publishers. 

VERMONT 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North 
America; to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va., July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°, 1791. 

BENNINGTON— 

Memorials of a century embracing a record of individuals and 
events chiefly in the early history of Bennington, Vt.. and its first 
church. 

408 p. 8°, Boston, 1869. Gould & Lincoln, publishers. 

BRADFORD— 

A history of Bradford, Vt., containing some account of the place 
of its first settlement in 17G5, and the principal improvements made, 
and events which have occurred down to 1874. A period of one hundred 
and nine years. With various genealogical records, and biographical 
sketches, etc. 

Rev. Silas McKeen, D.D. Montpelier, Vt., 1875. J. D. Clark & Son, 
publishers. 

FAIR HAVEN— 

A history of the town of Fair Haven, Vt. In three parts. 
Andrew N. Adams. 516 p. 8°, Fair Haven, Vt., 1870. Leonard & Phelps, 
printers. 



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VERMONT 

HARTFORD— 

History of Hartford, Vt., July 4, 1761-April 4, 1889. 

The first town on the New Hampshire grants chartered after the 
close of the French War. 

William Howard Tucker. 488 p. 8°, Burlington, Vt., 1889. The Free 
Press Association. 

LINCKLAEN, JOHN— 

Journals of. 

See Travels in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont. 

MIDDLEBURY— 

History of the town of Middlebury, in the county of Addison, Vt., 
to which is prefixed a statistical and historical account of the county. 

Samuel Swift. 444 p. 8°, Middlebury, Vt., 1859. A. H. Copeland, 
publishers. 

NEWBURY— 

History of Newbury, Vt., from the discovery of the Coos Country 
to present time. With genealogical records of many families. 

Frederic P. Wells. 779 p. 8°, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1902. The Caledonian 
Company. 

ROYALTON— 

History of Royalton, Vt., with family genealogies, 1769-1911. 
Evelyn M. Wood Lovejoy. 2 vols. 8°, Burlington, Vt., 1911. Free Press 
Printing Co. Published by The Town and The Royalton Woman's Club. 

ST. ALBANS— 

A centennial history of St. Albans, Vt., organized July 28, 1788. 
Henry K. Adams. 149 p. 12°, St. Albans, Vt., 1889. Wallace Printing 
Co., publishers. 

TRAVELS— 

Travels in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont. Journals of 
John Lincklaen, agent of the Holland Land Company. With a bio- 
graphical sketch and notes. 

John Lincklaen. 162 p. 8°, New York, 1897. G. ' P. Putnam's Sons, 
publishers. 

•WAITSFIELD— 

History of the town of Waitsfield, Vt., 1782-1908. With family 
genealogies. 

Matt Bushnell Jones. 524 p. 8°, Boston, Mass., 1909. George E. Little- 
field, publisher. 

WAR OF 1812— 

Military lists and other documents relating to Vermont history, 
found among the papers of Captain Luke Parsons, who served as 
captain of cavalry in the War of 1812. Contributed by his great grand- 
son for permanent record in the Journal of American History, Carlos 
Parsons Darling. 

See Journal of American History. 
Vol. 6, No. 4, October-November-December, 1912. 



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VERMONT- VIRGINIA 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Roll of Vermont soldiers in the Revolutionary War. n;:> to 1783. 
Published by the authority of the Legislature, 

John E. Goodrich, compiler and editor. 927 p. 8°, Rutland. Vt., 1904. 
The Tuttle Co., publishers. 

VIRGINIA 

ACCAWMACKE— 

Accawmacke, or tin- eastern shore of Virginia in the Seventeenth 
Century. 

Jennings Cropper Wise. 406 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1911. The Bell Book 
and Stationery Co., publishers. 

ALEXANDRIA— 

Christ Church. An historical sketch of Old Christ Church, 
Alexandria, Va. Together with a brief description of the cemetery 
services therein November 20 and 88, 1873. 

30 p. 8°, Alexandria, Va., 1888. Press of Robert Bell's Sons. 

AUGUSTA COUNTY— 

Abstracts from the records of Augusta County. Ya. Extracted 
from the original court records of Augusta County. \] 1 .VI si m. 

Lyman Chalkley. Published by Mary S. Lockwood. Complete in 3 vols. 
8°, Rosslyn, Va. The Commonwealth Co., publishers. 

Annals of Augusta County. Ya.. with reminiscences, biographical 
sketches. A dairy of the War 1861-65, and chapter on reconstruction, 
with a supplement volume. 

Joseph A. Waddell. 374 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1886. William Ellis Jones, 
publisher. 

Historical Register and Literary Note Book. Virginia, April. I860, 
Augusta County. 

120 p. 8°, Va., 1850. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register oi the Baptist Denomination in North 
America; to the first of November, 1790. John Asplund. Southampton. 
County, Va., July 14, 1791. 

BAPTIST MINISTERS OF VIRGINIA— 

By James B. Taylor. With an introduction by Rev. J. B. Jeter, 
D.D. In two series (Series I). 

516 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1859. J.- B. Lippincott & Co., publishers. Also 
have earlier edition, published in Richmond, 1838. 

BARFORD, LAN (ASTER COUNTY— 

The descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter, of Barford, Lancaster 
County, Va., with genealogical notes of many of the allied families. 

Joseph Lyon Miller, MJ). 388 p. 8°. Whitlet & Shepperson, printers. 
Thomas, W. Va., 1912. 



61 

VIRGINIA 
BRISTOL PARISH— 

A history of Bristol Parish, Va., with genealogies of families con- 
nected therewith and historical illustrations. 

Rev. Phillip Slaughter, D.D. 2d edition. 237 p. 12°, Richmond, Va., 
1879. J. W. Randolph & English, publishers. 

The Vestry Book and Register of Bristol Parish, Va., 1720-1789. 
Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne. 

419 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1898. Privately printed, copy No. 318. Wil- 
liam Ellis Jones, printer. 

( IIALKLEY COLLECTION— 
See Augusta County Records. 
See Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish in Virginia. 

CHRIST CHURCH, MIDDLESEX COUNTY— 

The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Va., 
from 1653 to 1812. 

Virginia National Society of Colonial Dames of America, publishers. 

341 p. 4°, Richmond, Va., 1897. William Ellis Jones, printer. 

CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH-IRISH SETTLEMENT— 

Extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 
i; I0-I8OO, 3 vols. (Complete in 3 vols.) 

Lyman Chalkley. Rosslyn, Va., 1912. Mary S. Lockwood, publisher. 
The Commonwealth Printing Co. 

CHURCHES IN THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA— 

History of the Presbyterian Church in the state of Kentucky ; with 
a preliminary sketch of the churches in the Valley of Virginia. 

Rev. Robert Davidson, D.D. 371 p. 8°, New York, 1867. Robert Carter, 
publisher. 

COLLECTIONS OF THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY- 

W\v Series, Vol. I-XI, 1882-1891. 
Published by The Society, 1882-1891. 

COLONIAL DECISIONS— 

The reports by Sir John Randolph and by. Edward Barradall of 
decisions of the general court of Virginia, 1728-1741. 

R. T. Barton, editor. 2 vols. 8°, Boston, Mass., 1909. The Boston Book 
Co., publishers. 

COLONIAL .MILITIA 01 V I \K\ I N I A, 1651-1776— 

William Armstrong Crozier, F.R.S. 144 p. 8°, New York, 1905. The 
Genealogical Association, publishers. 

COLONIAL PERIOD— 

Manors of Virginia in Colonial Times. 

Edith Tunis Sale. 309 p. 8, Philadelphia and London, 1909. J. B. 
Lippincott Co., publishers. 

COLONIAL YIKLINIA— 

J. A. Chandler and T. B. Thanes. 388 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1907. Times- 
Dispatch Co., publishers. 



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VIRGINIA 

COLONIAL VIRGINIA— 

A Trial Bibliography of Colonial Virginia, (1754-177G). Special 
report of the Department of Bibliography. Virginia State Library. 

See Sixth Annual Report of the Library Board, Virginia State 
Library, 1908-1909. 

Richmond, Va., 1910. State Printer. 

COLONIAL VIRGINIA REGISTER— 

A list of governors, councillors, and other higher officials, and also 
of members of the House of Burgesses, and the revolutionary conven- 
tions of the Colony of Virginia. 

Mary Newton Stanard and William G. Stanard. 249 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 
1902. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers. 

county names- 
Two Hundred and Seventy Years of Virginia History. 
Charles M. Long, M.A., Ph.D. 207 p. 8°, New York, 1908. Neale Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. 

CULPEPER COUNTY— 

Genealogical and historical notes of Culpeper County, Va., embracing 
a revised and enlarged addition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's history of St. 
Mark's Parish. 

Pt. I, 120 pp. 

Part II, 160 pp. 

Raleigh Travers Green. 8°, Culpeper, Va., 1900. Exponent Printing 
Office. 

EARLY IMMIGRANTS— 

Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-166G. 

George Cabell Greer. 376 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1912. W. C. Hill Print- 
ing Company. 

ECKENRODE, H. J.— 

See Revolutionary War. 

EMIGRANTS TO VIRGINIA— 

Some Emigrants to Virginia. 
W. G. Stanard, compiler. 79 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1911. The Bell Book 
and Stationery Co., publishers. 

FAIRFAX (LORD)— 

Or the Master of Greenaway Court. A chronicle of the. valley of 
the Shenandoah. 

John Esten Cooke. 405 p. 12°, New York, 1868. G. W. Carleton & Co., 
publishers. 

FREDERICK COUNTY— 

Shenandoah Valley Pioneers, and their Descendants. A history of 
Frederick County, Va. From its format ion in 1738 to 1908. 

T. K. Cartmell, compiler. 587 p. 8°, Winchester, Va., 1909. Copyright 
1909, T. K. Cartmell. The Eddy Press Corporation. 

FIRST SETTLERS OF VIRGINIA— 
An historical novel. 
J. Davis. 284 p. 8°, New York, 1806. Printed for I. Riley & Co. 



63 

VIRGINIA 

GIST'S VIRGINIA REGISTER, 1777— 

Names of the captains and privates of Colonel Nathaniel Gist's 
Virginia Regiment in 1777. 

See also List of Virginia officers with the dates of their commission 
in 1776, pp. 285-289, in Records of the Revolutionary War. 
W. T. R. Saffell., N. Y., 1858. 

GLEANINGS OF VIRGINIA HISTORY— 

An historical and genealogical collection, largely from original 
sources. 

William Fletcher Boogher, compiler. 442 p. 8°, Washington, D. C, 1903. 
Copyright William Fletcher Boogher, publisher. 

GLENGARRY McDONALDS OF VIRGINIA— 

With an introductory sketch of the early history of the Glengarry 
Clan. 

Mrs. Flora McDonald Williams. 340 p. 8°, Louisville, Ky., 1911. George 
G. Fetter Co., publishers. 

HENING'S STATUTES OF VIRGINIA— 

Statutes at large; being a collection of all the laws of Virginia, 
from first session Legislature, 1619 to 1792, 13 vols. 

8°, Richmond, Va., 1809-1823. William Waller Hening; also continuation 
of same by Samuel Shepherd, 1792-1806. 3 vols. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1835- 
1836. 

Vol. VII. Gives military list for a number of counties in Virginia, 
showing the names of the men serving in the French and Indian War. 

pp. 179-231. Vol. VII. 

The new Virginia Justice, comprising the office and authority of a 
justice of the peace in the commonwealth of Virginia. (Contains a list 
of the subscribers to the work.) 

456 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1795. William Waller Hening. Printed by 
T. Nicolson. 

BBNBL0O PARISH— 

History of Henrico Parish and Old St. John's Church, Richmond, 
Va., 1611-1904. 

J. Staunton Moore, editor and compiler. 541 p. 8°, Richmond, Va. 

Addenda. The Vestry Book of Henrico Parish, Va., 1730-1773. 
From the original manuscript, with notes and appendix. 

Dr. R. A. Brock. 221 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1904. Williams Printing 
Company. 

HIGHLAND COUNTY— 

A history of Highland County, Va. 

Oren F. Morton, B.L. 419 p. 8°, Monterey, Va., 1911. Published by the 
Author. The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Co., Roanoke, Va. 

HISTORIC FAMILIES OF KENTUCKY— 

With special reference to stocks immediately derived from the 
Valley of Virginia. 

See Kentucky. Thomas Marshall Green. 



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VIRGINIA 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF VI K(il.\ I A— 

Containing a collection of the most interesting facts, tradition-. 
biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc., relating to its history and anti- 
quities, together with geographical and statistical descriptions. 'I'" 
which is appended an historical and descriptive sketch nf the District 
of Columbia. 

Henry Howe. 544 p. 8°, Charleston, S. C, 1849. W. R. Babcock. 

Historical Register and Literary Note Book, Virginia, April, 1850, 
Augusta County, Va. 

120 p. 8°, Virginia, 1850. Publisher not given. 

History of the Presbyterian Church in the state of Kentucky ; with 
a preliminary sketch of the churches in the vallcv id' Virginia. 

Rev. Robert Davidson. 371 p. 8°, N. Y., 1867. Robert Carter, publisher. 

History of the Valley of Virginia. By Samuel Kercheval. 3d ed. 
Revised and extended by the author. 

403 p. 8°, Woodstock; Va., 1902. W. N. Grabill, publisher. 

HUGUENOT EMIGRATION TO VIRGINIA— 

Documents, chiefly unpublished, relating to the Huguenot emigra- 
tion to Virginia and to the settlement at Manakin Town, with an 
appendix of genealogies. 

R. A. Brock. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1886. 

LYNCHBURG— 

Sketches and recollections of Lynchburg. By the oldest inhabitants* 
363 p. 12°, Richmond, Va., 1858. C. H. Wynne, publisher. 

M'DONALDS OF VIRGINIA— 

See Glengarry McDonalds. 

MAGAZINE OF BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY— 

Vol. I, 1893, to January, 1914. 

8°, Richmond, Va., 1893-1914. Published by the Virginia Historical 
Society. 

MANAKIN TOWN— 

See Huguenot Emigration to Virginia. 

MANORS— 

.Manors of Virginia in Colonial Times. 

Edith Tunis Sale. 309 p. 8°, Philadelphia and London, 1909. J. B. 
Lippincott & Co., publishers. 

MEADE'S OLD CHURCHES— 

M misters and Families of Virginia. 

(Bishop) William Meade. 2 vols. 8°, Philadelphia, 1889. (Without 
index.) 

Index to names of persons and churches in Meade's Old Churches. 
By J. M. Toner, M.D. Revised by Hugh A. Morrison. 8°, Washington, 
1898. Published by the Southern Historical Association. 



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VIRGINIA 

MEADE'S OLD CHUKCHES, ETC.— 

Wise's digested index and genealogical guide to Bishop Meade's 
Old Churches, ministers and families of Virginia, embracing 6,900 
proper names. 

114 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1910. The Evans Press. 

NEILL, EDWARD D.— 

See Virginia Carolorum. 
NEW KENT COUNTY— 

The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent County, Va., 
from 1680 to 1787. 

Parish Record, Series No. 2. 

National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State 
of Virginia, publishers. 

206 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1904. William Ellis Jones, book and job 
printer. 

NORFOLK— 

Historical and descriptive sketches of Norfolk and vicinity, including 
Portsmouth and the adjacent counties. 

William S. Forrest. 8°, Philadelphia, 1853. 

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE— 

Oath of Allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Signers of. 
See pp. 134-137. In Virginia Historical Collections, No.' 6, New 
Series. 

OFFICIAL RECORD— 

Official Records of Robert Dinwiddie, Lieutenant Governor of the 
Colony of Virginia, 1751-1758, now first printed from the manuscript 
in the collection of the Historical Society, with an introduction and 
notes, by R. A. Brock. 

2 vols. 8°, Richmond, 1883-84. Collections of the Virginia Historical 
Society. 

ORANGE COUNTY— 

From its formation in 1734 (O.S.) to the end of reconstruction in 
1870; compiled mainly from original records. With a brief sketch of 
the beginning of Virginia, a summary of local events to 1907, and a 
map. 

W. W. Scott. 292 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1907. Everett Waddey Co., 
publishers. 

ORDERLY BOOK— 

Orderly Book of Gen. John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg. March 26- 
December 20, 1777. 

See Pennsylvania Magazine of Biography and History, January, 
1911. 

PATRICIAN AND PLEBEIAN IN VIRGINIA— 

Or the origin and development of the social classes of the Old 
Dominion. 

Thomas J. Wertenbaker, M.A/ 239 p. 12°, Charlottesville, Va., 1910. The 
Michie Co., printers. 

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VIRGINIA 

PENSIONERS, WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Roll of the officers of Virginia who received land bounties Revo- 
lutionary War. Also a roster of the Virginia Navy. 

See Year Book Kentucky Sons of the American Revolution, 189G. 
Louisville, Ky., 1896. John P. Morton & Co., publishers. 

See Spotsylvania County, Va. 
PORTSMOUTH— 

See Norfolk, Va. 
REVOLUTIONARY WAR— 

Eckenrode, H. J., Archivist. 

List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of 
the Department of Archives and History for 1911. Also supplement 
published in report of 1912. 

Richmond, Va., 1912-1913. State Printer. 

Virginia soldiers in the Revolution. A bibliography of muster and 
pay-rolls, regimental histories, etc., with introductory and explanatory 
notes. 

By C. A. Flagg, catalogue division, and W. 0. Waters, bibliography 
division, Library of Congress. 

See~ Virginia Magazine of Biography and History. 

Vol. XIX, No. 4, October, 1911. 

Vol. XXII, No. 1, January, 1914. 

Records of the Revolutionary War. 
W. T. R. Saffell. 8°, N. Y., 1858. Also, Index to same. 

Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. McAllister data. 
J. T. McAllister. 337 p. 8°, Hot Springs, Va., 1913. McAllister Publish- 
ing Co., publishers. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY— 

A history of Rockingham County, Va. 
466 p. 8°, Dayton, Va., 1912. Ruebush-Elkins Co., publisher. 

SAFFELL, W. T. R.— 

Records of the Revolutionary War. 
8°, N. Y., 1858. 

List of Virginia soldiers in the Revolution. Also index to. 
337 p. 8°, Hot Springs, Va. Copyright 1913. J. T. McAllister Co., 
publishers. 

ST. MARK'S PARISH— 

Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Va. 
Embracing a revised and enlarged edition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's 
St. Mark's Parish. 

Part I, 120 pp. 

Part II, 160 pp. 

Raleigh Travers Green, compiler and publisher. 8°, Culpeper, Va., 1900. 
Exponent Printing Office. 



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VIRGINIA 

SAINT PETER'S PARISH— 

The Pariah Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Countv, Va., from 

1 USD to 1787. 

Parish Record Series No. 2. National Society of . the Colonial 
Dames of America in the State of Virginia, publishers. 

206 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1904. William Ellis Jones, book and job 
printer. 

SELDENS— 

Seldens of Virginia, and allk'd families. 

Mary Selden Kennedy. 2 vols. 8°, New York, 1911. Frank Allaben 
Genealogical publishers. 

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE IN VIRGINIA— 

A Study in the Development of the Revolution. 
See Sixth Annual Report of the Library Board, State of Virginia, 
1908-1909, under head Virginia State Library. 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY— 

The German Element of thei Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. 
John Walter Wayland, B.A., Ph.D. 272 p. 8°, Charlottesville, Va., 1907. 
The Michie Co., printers. 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY PIONEERS— 

See Frederick County, Va. 

SHEPHERDSTOWN— 

Historic Shepherdstown. Danske Dandridge. 
362 p. 8°, Charlottesville, Va., 1910. The Michie Co., publishers. 

SKETCHES— 

Sketches of Virginia, Historical and Biographical. 
Rev. William Henry Foote, D.D. 2 Series. 2d edition. 596 p. 8°, 
Philadelphia, 1856. J. B. Lippincott & Co., publishers. 

SOME PROMINENT VIRGINIA FAMILIES— 

In four volumes. 
Louise Pecquet du Bellet. 8°, Lynchburg, Va., 1907. J. P. Bell & Co., 

publishers. 

SOME VIRGINIA FAMILIES— 

Being genealogies of the Kenney, Stribling, Trout, Mcllhany, Mil- 
ton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, McCormick, and other families of 
Virginia. 

Hugh Milton Mcllhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. 274 p. 8°, Staunton, Va., 1903. 
Stoneburner & Pruber, printers. 

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY— 

Virginia County Records, Spotsylvania County, 1721-1800. Being 
transcriptions from the original files at the county courthouse of wills, 
deeds, administrators and guardians' bonds, marriage licenses, and lists 
of revolutionary pensioners. 

William Armstrong Crozier, F.R.S. 576 p. 8°, New York, 1905. Fox, 
Duffield & Co., publishers. 



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VIRGINIA 

STATUTES AT LARGE— 

Being a collection of all the laws of Virginia, from first session of 
Legislature in 1619 to 1792. 

William Waller Hening, compiler. 13 vols. 8°, Richmond, 1809-1823. 
Also Samuel Shepherd's continuation to Hening's statutes. 3 vols. 
8°, Richmond, Va., 1835-1836. 

TRURO PARISH— 

The History of Truro Parish, Virginia. Edited with notes and 
addenda. 

Rev. Edward L. Goodwin and Rev. Philip Slaughter, D.D. 164 p. 
12°, Philadelphia, 1908. George W. Jacobs Co., publishers. 

VIRGINIA CAROLORUM— 

The colony under the rule of Charles the first and second, a.d. 1625- 
a.d. 1685. Based upon manuscripts and documents of the period. 

Edward D. Neill, 446 p. 4°, Albany, N. Y., 1886. Joel Munsell's Sons. 

VIRGINIA COMPANY OF LONDON— 

An introduction to the records of the Virginia Company of London. 
With a bibliographical list of the extant documents. 

Susan Kingsbury, M.A.M., Ph.D. 214 p. 4°, Library of Congress. U. S. 
Government, publisher, 1905. Washington, D. C. 

History of ; to and from the first colony, never before printed. 
Edward D. Neill. 432 p. 12°, Albany, 1869. Joel Munsell, publisher. 

VIRGINIA CONVENTION OF 1776— 

A discourse delivered in the chapel of William and Mary College, 
July 3, 1855. 

Hugh Blair Grisby. 8°, Richmond, 1855. 

VIRGINIA STATE PAPERS— 

Calendar of Virginia State Papers and other manuscripts, 1652- 
1781. Preserved in the Capitol at Richmond. 

Arranged and edited by William P. Palmer. 8 vols. 4°, Richmond, 1875. 

VIRGINIA STATE REPORTS— 

Digested index to the Virginia reports, containing ;ill the points 
argued and determined in the' Court of Appeals of Virginia, from 
Washington to second Randolph, inclusive. With a table of the names 
of the cases reported. 

Everard Hall. 654 p. 8°, Richmond, 1825. Published by Peter Cotton. 

Washington County, Va. History of southwest Virginia, 1746-1786. 
Washington County, 1777-1870. Lewis Preston Summers. 

Lewis Preston Summers. 921 p. 8°, Richmond, 1913. 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY, 1653-1912— 

Parts I and II. A Short Chapter and Bright Day in its History. 
T. R. B. Wright, compiler. 153 p. 8°, Richmond, Va., 1912. Whittet & 
Shepperson, printers. 

WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY— 

Vol. I, 1892, to Vol. XXII, January, 1914. (Except Vol. Ill, 
No. 1, July, 1894; Vol. VI, No. 1, July, 1897.) 



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VIRGINIA- WASHINGTON STATE-WEST VIRGINIA 

WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY— Concluded 

Lyon G. Tyler, M.A., editor. Williamsburg, Va., 1892-1914. William and 
Mary College, publishers. 

WILLIAMSBURG— 

The Orderly Book of that portion of the American Army stationed 
at, or near Williamsburg, Va., under the -command of General Andrew 
Lewis, from March 18, 1776, to August 28, 1776. Printed from the 
original manuscript, with notes and introduction. 

Charles Campbell. 100 p. 8°, privately printed. Copy No. 74, Rich- 
mond, Va., 1860. 

WASHINGTON STATE 

WASHINGTON STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 
The Washington Historical Quarterly. 
Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, 1906. 
Vol. II, No. 1, 1908. 

Washington University, Seattle, Wash. Published by The Society. 
The Washington Historian. 
Vol. I, No. 1, September, 1899. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

ALER'S HISTORY— 

Aler's History of Martinsburg and Berkeley County, W. Va. 
F. Vernon Aler. 452 p. 8°, Hagerstown, Md., 1888. The Mail Publishing 
Company. 

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY OF WEST 
VIRGINIA— 

Biennial reports, 1906-1910. 
Virgil Lewis, archivist. 8°, Charleston, W. Va., 1906-1911. State Printer. 

HISTORY— 

History of Early Settlement and Indian Wars of West Virginia. 
Wills De Hass. 8 6 , Philadelphia, 1851. 

HOW WEST VIRGINIA WAS MADE— 
Virgil Lewis. 
337 p. 8°, Charleston, W. Va., 1909. 

SHEPHERDSTOWN— 
Historic Shepherdstown. 

Danske Dandridge. 362 p. 8°, Charlottesville, Va., 1910. The Michie 
Co., printers. 

WEST VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE— 

Published quarterly. Vol. I, 1901, to Vol. V, 1905. 
Published at Charleston, W. Va. " J. S. Hale, editor. W. S. Laidley, editor. 

WEST VIRGINIA, HISTORY— 

Natural Resources, Industrial Enterprises and Institutions. 
390 p. 8°, Charleston, 1904. Virgil Lewis. Tribune Printing Co. 



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WISCONSIN-FAMILY HISTORIES 

COLUMBIA COUNTY— 

The Family Tree of Columbia County, Wis. 

A. J. Turner. 142 p. 8°, Portage, Wis., 1904. The Wisconsin State 
Register, publishers. 

CUSHING FAMILY— 

Three Wisconsin Cushings. A sketch of the lives of Howard B., 
Alonzo H., and William B. Cushing, children of a pioneer family of 
Waukesha County. 

Theron Wilber Haight, 109 p. 8°, Madison, Wis., 1910. Wisconsin 
Historical Society, publishers. Wisconsin Historical Commission Original 
Papers, No. 3. 

1 1 1 STORY OF THE CHURCHES AND MINISTERS— 

Connected with the Presbyterian and Congregational convention of 
Wisconsin, and of the operations of the American Home Missionary 
Society in the state for the past ten years. 

Rev. Dexter Clary. 128 p. 12°, Beloit, Wis., 1861. B. B. Hale, printer. 

MILWAUKEE— 

Pioneer History of Milwaukee, from first settlement in 1833 to 
1841. 

James S. Buck. 2 vols. 8°, Milwaukee, 1890. Swain & Tate, publishers. 

Under the Charter, from 1847 to 1853. Vols. Ill, I Y. 
James S. Buck. 2 vols. 8°, Milwaukee. Simes, Swain & Co., 1884. 

WISCONSIN STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Edited 
by Lyman Copeland Draper, LL.D., secretary of the society. Being a 
page for page reprint of the original issue of 1855; with the addition 
of a memoir of Dr. Draper, and the early records of the society, 1849- 
1854. Reuben Gold Thwaites, secretary. 

164 p. 8°, Madison, Wis., 1903. State Printer. 

Collections of the Historical Society of Wisconsin. 

Vol. XX, 1911. 

Madison, Wis. Published by The Society. 

Proceedings of, First, 1855, to 60th, 1912. 
8°, Madison, Wis. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

A bibliography of Wisconsin's participation in the War between the 
States. Based upon material contained in the Wisconsin Historical 
Library. 

Isaac S. Bradley, compiler. 8°, Madison, 1911. State Printer. 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

ABBE" GENEALOGY— 

From notes by F. J. A. Wallace. 
12°, n. p. Frankfort, Pa., n. d. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 



FAMILY HISTORIES 

ACKERLY— 

See Westchester County, N. Y. 
ADDISON— 

See Selden. 
ALDEN— 

John Alden, of Ashfield, Mass., and Chautauqua County, N. Y. 
His Alden ancestors and his descendants, 1620-1909. 

84 p. 8°, Delaware, O., 1909. Printed for the Author for private circu- 
lation. Frank Wesley Alden, compiler. 

ALEXANDER— 

See Selden. 
ALLEN— 

See Selden. 
ALLERTON— 

A history of the Allerton family in the United States, 1585-1885. 
Walter S. Allerton. Revised and enlarged by Horace True Currier. 149 
p. 8°, Chicago, 1900. Samuel Waters Allerton, publisher. 

AMERICAN GENEALOGIST, (THE)— 

Being a catalogue of family histories and publications. 
William H. Whitmore. 287 p. 8°, Albany, 1868. Joel Munsell, publisher. 

ANDERSON— 

Genealogy of the Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, Anderson, 
Rhoads, and Finch families. 

Franklin Couch, LL.B. 129 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1907. Newburgh 
Journal Co., publishers. 

See Hill. 
ANDREW— 

Discourse delivered before the New England Historical and Geneal- 
ogical Society, Boston, April 2, 1868, on the Life and Character of the 
Hon. John Albion Andrew, LL.D. 

Rev. Elias Nason, M.A. 76 p. 8°, Boston, 1868. New England Historical 
and Genealogical Society, publishers. 

ANTISDEL, ANTISDALE, ANTISELL— 

Genealogy of the descendants of Lawrence and Mary Antisell, of 
Norwich and Willington, Conn. Including some records of Christopher 
Antisell, of Sraduff Birr, (Kings County) Ireland. 

Mary Elizabeth Tisdel Wyman, compiler. 335 p. 8°, Painesville, O., 
1908. The Champlain Printing Co., Columbus, O. 

A 1 1 MI STEAD— 
See Selden. 

A i:\ott— 

See McMillan. 
AUSTIN— 

Genealogy of the Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, Anderson, 
Rhodes, and Finch families. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

AUSTIN— 

Franklin Couch, LL.B. 129 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1907. Newburgh 
Journal Co., publishers. 

BAILEY— 

The Record of my Ancestry. 

Frederick W. Bailey, compiler. 4°, Worcester, Mass., 1892. Publisher 
not given. 

BALCH— 

See Peaslee. 
BALL— 

See Selden. 
BALLARD— 

Genealogy (reprinted from Essex Antiquarian). 

16°, n. p., Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

BARKER— 

Genealogy of the Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, Anderson, 
Rhodes, and Finch families. 

Franklin Couch, LL.B. 129 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1907. Newburgh 
Journal Co., publishers. 

BARNEY— 

James Hayward. Born April 4, 1750. Killed in the Battle of 
Lexington, April 19, 1775; with genealogical notes relating to the 
Haywards. 

William Frederick Adams, compiler. 58 p. 8°, Springfield, Mass., 1911. 
Privately printed. 

BARRETT— 

Barrett Ancestry. Compiled by George Castor Martin, from works 
pertaining to the family, by Charles Edward Potter, Joseph Hartwell 
Barrett, A.M., William Barrett, Dr. James Savage, and others. 
23 p. 12°, New York City, 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

BARRY— 

Barry Family. 

Arthur Collins. 8°, n. p., Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & Allardyce, 
publishers. 

BARTLETT— 

Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville) and 
Dille, Cox, Custer (Custer of Pennsylvania), Evans and Vezzy, Hendrix, 
Jones, Luce, Mackenzie, Orendorff, Parker, Piper, Short, Stinespring, 
Swartz, Zook (or Ziig), Webb. 

17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Typewritten copy. Milo Custer. 

BASYE— 

See Cloyde. 
BAYLOR— 

See Selden. 
BEALE FAMILY— 

See Edwards. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

BEAULIEU— 
See Le Sage. 

BECKWITH— 

Beckwith Notes. A. C. Beckwith, editor. No. 2, 1899; No 3 
1901; No. 5, 1904; No. 6, 1907. (Serial.) Elkhorn, Wis. 

Marvin Beckwith and his wife Abigail Clark, their colonial ances- 
tors and their descendants. 

A. C. Beckwith. 88 p. 8°, Elkhorn, Wis., 1899. 

BELAND— 

See Le Sage. 
BELLEVILLE— 

See Belvel. 
BELVEL (OR BELLEVILLE FAMILY)— 

Some old family records. Belvel (or Belleville), etc. 
17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Typewritten copy. 

BENJAMIN— 

Benjamin families from Columbia County, N. Y. 

B. M. Benjamin, compiler. 32 p. 12°, Bloomington, 111., 1911. Para- 
graph Printing Co., publishers. 

BENTON— 

The Benton Family. By S. V. Talcott. Rearranged and published 
by Martin and Allardyce. 

8 p. 12°, New York City, 1912. Martin & Allardyce. 

BERKELEY— 

See Selden. 
BEVERLY— 

See Selden. 
BIRDSELL— 

Genealogy of the Myers, Lindley and Birdsell families. In poems. 
12°, place and publisher not given. 

BIRKBECK— 

Morris Birkbeck. Daniel Berry, M.D., 

See pp. 259-273, in Publication No. 9, Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1904. 
BLACKWELDER— 

Blackwelder, Scherer families. 

I. S. Blackwelder, compiler. Typewritten document. 

BLEDSOE— 

See Tennessee, Sumner County. 
BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS— 

Some old gravestone inscriptions in Bloomington and Randolph 
townships., McLean County, 111. 

Milo Custer. Typewritten manuscript. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

BOISSEAU— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

BOWDITCH— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

BRECKENRIDGE— 

See Seldon. 

BREWER— 

See Seldcn. 

BBINCKEBHOFF— 

The family of Joris Dircksen Brincfcerfaoff, 1638. 
188 p. 8°, New York, 1887. Richard Brinkerhoff, printer. 

BROOKE— 

See Selden. 

BROOKS— 

Genealogy of the Greenlee families in America, Scotland, Ireland, 
and England. With ancestors of Elizabeth Brooks Greenlee and Emily 
Brooks Greenlee, also genealogical data on the McDowells, of Virginia 
and Kentucky. 

Ralph Stebbins Greenlee and Robert Lemuel Greenlee, compilers. 744 
p. 4°, Chicago, 1908. Privately printed. Copy No. 60. 

BROWN— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 
See Selden. 

HI {OWNING— 

Genealogy of the Brownings in America. From 1621 to 1908. 
Edward Franklin Browning. 982 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1908. Journal 
Print. 

BUCKLEY— 

See Thomas. 
BUNKER— 

See New York, Long Island Genealogies. By Mary Powell Bunker. 
BURLEY, BURLEIGH— 

Genealogy of the Burley or Burleigh Family of America. 
Charles Burleigh. 8°, Portland, Me., 1880. Press of B. Thurston & Co. 

BURWELL— 

See Selden. 
BUTTERFIELD— 

The Arms of the Butterfield and Butterworth famili<-. 
8 p. 12°, New York City, 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

BUTTERS— 

Genealogical Registry of the Butters Family (with illustration-"). 
including the descendants of William Butter, of Woburn, Mass., 1665, 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

BUTTERS— 

and their families of New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, 
Iowa, and others bearing the name who. settled in America. 
466 p. 8°, Chicago, 1896. David Oliphant, printer. 

BUTTERWORTH— 

See Butterfield. 
BYRD— 

See Selden. 
CADWELL. 

Dr. George Cadwell (Caldwell). By Richard W. Mills. 

See pp. 112-121 in Publication No. 10, Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1905. 

CAGE— 

See Tennessee, Sumner County. 
CALDWELL— 

The Caldwell Chronicle. 
Vol. I, No. 1, October 19, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 2, November 2, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 3, November 16, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 4, December, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 5, March, 1900. 
Augustine Caldwell, publishers. 5 Nos. 8°, Providence, R. I., 1899-1900. 

CALKINS— 

The Calkins Memorial Military Roster. 

William Wirt Calkins. 204 p. 8°, Chicago. Copyright 1903. M. A. 
Donohue, publisher. 

Calkins Memorial, Military Roster and Genealogy Supplement. 
William Wirt Calkins. 46 p. 8°, Chicago, 1909. M. A. Donohue & Co., 
publishers. 

CANTRELL— 

A biographical album and history of the descendants of Zebulon 
Cantrell, the immigrant, covering the period from 1700 to 1898. 

Carmi G. Cantrell, editor and compiler. 72 p. 8°, Springfield, 1898. 
Illinois State Register. 

CAPEN— 

The descendants of John Capen ( 1765-1849 )j and Rhoda Thomson, 
with some account of his ancestry. 

Charles L. Capen. 20 p. 8°, Bloomington, 111., 1901. Publisher not given. 

CAREY— 

See Morton. 
CARPENTER— 

Genealogical notes of the Carpenter family, including the autobio- 
graphy and personal reminiscences of Dr. Seymour D. Carpenter, 
Lieutenant Colonel, in the War for the Union, with genealogical and 
biographical appendix. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

CARPENTER FAMILY— 

Edwin Sawyer Walker, A.M., editor. 242 p. 8°, Springfield, 1907. Copy- 
right by George N. Kreider. Copy No. 18. Illinois State Journal, printers. 

CARR— 

The American Carr Families. Compiled from the works of several 
authors. 

10 p. 12°, Frankfort, Pa., 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

CARTER— 

The descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter, of "Barford," Lancaster 
County, Va., with genealogical notes of many of the allied families. 

Joseph Lyon Miller, M.D. 388 p. 8°, Whittet & Shepperson, printers. 
Thomas, W. Va., 1912. 

See Selden. 

CARVER— 

See Gilbert. 
CARY— 

See Selden. 

CASE— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

CASTOR— 

Castor Family. Holmsburg branch. 

Richard Allen Martin. 8°, n. p., Frankford, Pa., 1909. Martin & Allar- 
dyce, publishers. 

CHAPLINE— 

See Selden. 
CHEW— 

See Thomas. 
CHRISTLIEB— 

The Christlieb Family. 

Benjamin F. Christlieb. 52 p. 8°, 1895. Publisher not given. 

CLARK— 

See Morton. 
CLAY— 

See Filson Club Pub. No. 14. 
215 p. 4°, Louisville, 1899. 

CLAYTON— 

See Selden. 

CLOYD— 

Genealogy of the Cloyd, Basye and Tapp families, in America, with 
brief sketches referring to the families of Ingels, Jones, Marshall and 
Smith. 

A. D. Cloyd, M.D. 297 p. 8°, Omaha, Neb., 1912. The Champlin Press, 
Columbus, O. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

COLCORD— 

Colcord genealogy. Descendants of Edward Colcord, of New 
Hampshire, 1630 to 1908. 

Doane B. Colcord, B.S., M.D. 42 p. 8°, Coudersport, Pa., 1908. Published 
by Mahlon J. Colcord. 

COLGATE— 
See Selden. 

COLLINS— 

The Collins Family. Genealogical record (in part) of the descend- 
ants of John Collins, Sr., from 1640 to 1760. A complete record of the 
descendants of William Collins and Esther Morris, from 1760 to 1897. 

William H. Collins. 184 p. 4°, Quincy, 111., 1897. Volk, Jones & McMein, 
publishers. 

CONGDON— 

Waterman Illinois Year Book, 1902, 1907. 
Contains Genealogy of the Congdon Family. 

George Edward Congdon, compiler. Published Sac City, Iowa, 1902. 
Published Hiawatha, Kans., 1907. The Smith Printing Co., publishers. 

CONKLING— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

CONNELLEY— 

See pp. 276-282, in Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of 
New Mexico and California. 

William Elsey Connelley. Topeka, Kans., 1907. Published by the 
Author. 

COOKE— 

See Selden. 
CORBIN— 

See Selden. 
COREY, HENRY— 

War 1812. Bounty Lands. Vellum Document No. 7687. Signed 
by President James Monroe, granting to Henry Corey 160 acres of 
land in the Territory of Illinois for military services. Dated December 
13, 1817. 

COWLES— 

Alfred Cowles. 

By Dr. J. P. Snyder. 

See pp. 167-178, in Publication No. 14, Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1909. 

COX— 

See Some old family records, Bartlett, Bevel, Dille, Cox, etc. 
Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 

CROSHAW— 

See Selden. 



78 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

CUSHING— 

See Wisconsin History Commission Original Papers No. 3. 

CUSTER— 

The Custer Families. 
Milo Custer. 22 p. 8°, Bloomington, 111., 1912. Publishers not given. 

DANDRIDGE— 

See Selden. 

DAY— 

Stuart, Freeman, Day, Pyke, Families. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Notes and Queries, July 13, 1912. 

DEAN— 

Genealogy of the Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, Anderson, 
Rhoades, and Finch families. 

Franklin Couch, LL.B. 129 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1907. Newburgh 
Journal Co., publishers. 

DELANEY— 

Life and public services of Martin R. Delaney, sub-assistant com- 
missioner, Bureau of Relief of Refugees, Freedmen, and of Abandoned 
Lands, and late Major of 104 Reg't. IT. S. Colored troops. 

Frank A. Rollin. 367 p. 12°, Boston, 1883. Lee & Shephard, publishers. 

DEMING— 

The Deming Family. 

S. V. Talcott. Rearranged and published by Martin & Allardyce. 8 p. 
12°, New York City, 1912. 

DENTON— 

Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

DE PEYSTER— 

John Watts DePeyster, Vol. I. 

Frank Allaben. 323 p. 8°, New York, 1908. Frank Allaben Co., 
publishers. 

DERING— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

DEWEES, DEWEESE— 

Genealogical data, biographical facta and historical information 

collected by Mrs. Philip E. LaMimv.m. 

Ellwood Roberts, editor. 294 p. 8°, Norristown, Pa., 1905. William H. 
Roberts, publisher. 

DILLE— 

See Some old family records, Bartlott, Belvel, (Belleville) & 
Dille, etc. 

Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 

DILLMAN— 

See Houser. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

DOUGLASS— 

See Tennessee, Sumner Co. 

DOUGLASS— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbvterian Church. 

DUDLEY— 

Memorial of the reunion of the descendants of Governor Thomas 
Dudley. 

Dean Dudley. Appendix. 52 p. 8°, Wakefield, Mass., 1893. Published 
by the Author. 

DUFFIELD— 

See Gilbert. 

DtTMONT— 

See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

EDGAR— 

John Edgar. See article on, by James H. Roberts, pp. 64-73, in 
Publication No. 12, Illinois State Historical Library, 1907. 

EDWARDS— 

Historic sketches of the Beall and Edwards families and their des- 
cendants, 360 to 1892. 

Albert S. Edwards. 47 p. 8°, Springfield, 111., 1910. H. W. Rokker, 
printer. 

EDWARDS— 

Historic sketches of the Edwards and Todd families and their des- 
cendants, 1523-1895. 

Georgie Hortense Edwards. 38 p. 8°, Springleld, 111., 1895. H. W. 
Rokker, printer. 

ELLICOTT— 

See Thomas. 

ENDICOTT— 

The Endicott Family. By Charles M. Endicott, Esq., of Salem. 
Reprinted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 
1847. 

n. p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

ESKRIDGE— 

See Selden. 

EVANS— 

See Some old family records, Bartlett, Belvel, (Belleville), Dille, 
Evans, etc. 

Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 

FAIRFAX— 

See Thomas. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

FAIRFIELD— 

See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

FIELD— 

Field Genealogy. Being the record of all the Field Family in 
America, whose ancestors were in this country prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors located in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New 
Hampshire, Virginia, all descendants of the Fields of England, whose 
ancestor was Hurbutus de la Field, from Alsace-Lorraine. 

Frederick Clifton Pierce. 2 vols. 8°, Chicago, 1901. Hammond Press, 
W. B. Conkey & Co. 

FINCH— 

See Hill. 
FISK, FISKE— 

Fiske and Fisk Family, being the record of the descendants of 
Symond Fiske, Lord of the Manor of Stadhaugh, Suffolk County, Eng., 
from the time of Henry IV to date, including all the American members 
of the family. 

Frederick Clifton Pierce. 654 p. 8°, Chicago, 1896. W. B. Conkey. 
publishers. 

FLINT— 

The Flint Genealogy. By J. Lawrence Bass. Rewritten from 
Mr. Bass' Flint Genealogy in the New England Historical and Genea- 
logical Register of 1860. 

9 p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

FONTAINE— 

Memoirs of a Huguenot family; translated and compiled from the 
original autobiography of the Rev. James Fontaine, and other family 
manuscripts, etc. 

Ann Maury. 512 p. 12°, N. Y., 1872. G. P. Putnam & Sons, publishers. 
See Selden. 

FORD— 

Governor Thomas Ford in Ogle County. By Rebecca H. Kauffman. 

See pp. 107-114, in Publication No. 16, Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1911. 

Governor Thomas Ford and his family. By Dr. J. F. Snyder. 

See pp. 45-51, in Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 
Vol. Ill, No. 2, July, 1910. J ' 

Also pp. 127-128, in Journal of the Society. Vol. IV No 1 
April, 1911. 

FORDHAM— 

The Fordhams and La Serres of the English settlement in Edwards 
County, 111. By Walter Colyer. 

See pp. 43-54, in Publication No. 16, Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1911, 



. i y History. Compiled 
Norman G. & Lucius C. S. Flagg, 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

FORREST— 

See Selden. 

FREEMAN— 

Stuart, Freeman, Parry, Pyke. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Notes and Queries, August 26, 1911. 

FRENCH— 

The families of French, of Belturbet, and Nixon, of Fermanagh, 
and their descendants. 

Rev. Biddall Swanzy, M.A. 211 p. 8°, Dublin, 1908. Printed for private 
circulation. Alex. Thorn & Co., Ltd. 

FULLWOOD— 

See Halley, Parry, Pyke. 

GAMBLE— 

See Selden. 

GILBERT— 

The Gilbert Family, the Carver Family, and the Duffield Family. 
Joseph C. Martindale, M.D. 18 p.. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & 
Allardyce, publishers. 

GILPIN— 

The Name, Arms and Crest of the Family of Gilpin, 
n. p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

GOODRICH— 

The Goodrich Family. 

S. V. Talcott. Rearranged and published by Martin & Allardyce. 30 
p. 12°, New York City, 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

GOUDY— 

Goudy Family in Illinois. 

Ensley Moore, pp. 315-323. Transactions Illinois State Historical 
Society, 1907. 

GRAHAM— 

See Westchester County, N. Y. 

GRANT— 

The ancestry of General Grant, and their contemporaries. 
Edward Chauncey Marshall, A.M. 186 p. 12°, New York, 1869. Sheldon 
& Co., publishers. 

GRAVES— 

See Selden. 
GREENLEE— 

Genealogy of the Greenlee families in America, Scotland, Ireland 
and England, with ancestors of Elizabeth Brooks Greenlee and Emily 
Brooks Greenlee. Also genealogical data on the McDowells of Virginia 
and Kentucky. 

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>te Family History. Compiled 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

GREENLEE FAMILY— 

Ralph Stebbins Greenlee and Robert Lemuel Greenlee. 744 p. 4°, Chi- 
cago, 1908. Privately printed. Copy No. 60. 

GRESHAM— 

Biographical and -historical sketches of the Greshams of America 
and across the seas. 

53 p. 8°, Hillsboro, 111., 1913. Alexander Taylor Strange, compiler. Pub- 
lished by the Compiler. 

GRISWOLD— 
See Lane. 
GUEST— 

See Romance of Genealogy, 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Magazine of History, 1912. 

HALE— 

The Hale Family of Connecticut. 
Seymour Morris. 12 p. 8°, Boston, 1907. David Clapp & Son, publishers. 

HALL— 

Memoranda relating to the ancestry and family of Sophia Fidelia 
Hall. 

Mrs. Sophia Fidelia Hall Coe. 213 p. 8°, Meriden, Conn., 1902. Printed 
by The Curtiss Way Co. 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 
HALLEY— 

Halley and Pyke Families. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Notes and Queries, July 16, 1910. 

1 1 .\ TENS— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 
HAMELIN— 

See Le Sage. 

HAVILAND— 

See Westchester County, N. Y. 

HAYES— 

Descendants of Richard Hayes, of Lyme, Conn., through his son, 
Titus Hayes. 

Harriet Morse Weeks of Evanston, 111. Edited by Rollin Hillyer Cooke, 
Pittsfield, Mass. 192 p. 8°, Pittsfield, Mass. Press of The Eagle Publishing 
Company. 

HAYWARD— 

James Hayward, born April 4, 1750. Killed in the Battle of Lex- 
ington, April 19, 1775. With genealogical notes relating to the 
Haywards. 

William Frederick Adams. 58 p. 8°, Springfield, Mass., 1911. Privately 
printed. Copyright William Frederick Adams. 



83 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

HELMERSHAUSEN— 

Helmershausen Family. 

Autobiography of Henry Charles Frederick Helmershausen, Jr. 
pp. 531-534, in Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, 
Vol. VI, No. 4, January, 1914. 

HEMENWAY— 

The Massachusetts Hemenway Family. Descendants of Ralph 
Hemenway, of Roxbury, Mass., 1634. 

Rufus Hemenway. Compiled by Mary Hemenway Newton. Other lines 
collected and published by Clair Alonzo Newton. 41 p. 8°, Naperville, 111., 
1912. Clair Alonzo Newton, publisher. 

HENDRIX— 

See Some old family histories, Bartlett, Belvel (Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer, Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, etc. 
Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 

HENRY— 

See Selden. 

HENSHAW— 

See Hinshaw. 

HILL— 

Genealogy of the Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, Anderson, 
Rhoades, and Finch families. 

Franklin Couch, LL.B. 129 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1907. Newburgh 
Journal Co., publishers. 

HINSHAW— 

The Hinshaw and Henshaw families. 

William Hinshaw. Edited by Milo Custer. 66 p. 8°, Bloomington, 111., 
1911. Frank I. Miller Co., publishers. 

HOAR— 

See Parsons. 

HOMMEDIEU 'L— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

HOOVER— 
See Houser. 

IIOI'KIXS— 

The Name and the Coat of Arms. 

n. p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 
See New York Shelter Island 1'ivsbyterian Church. 
See Thomas. 

HOUSER— 

Genealogy of the Houser, Rhorer, Dillman, [loover families. 

Dr. W. W. Houser. 239 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Pantagraph Printing 
Co., publishers. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

HUBBARD— 

One thousand years Hubbard history. 
Harlan Page Hubbard, publisher. (Sample pages — pamphlet.) 

HUDSON— 

See Le Sage. 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

HUGUENOT— 

Memoirs of a Huguenot family; translated and compiled from the 
original autobiography of the Rev. James Fontaine, and other family 
manuscripts, etc. 

Ann Maury. 512 p. 12°, N. Y., 1872. G. P. Putnam & Sons, publishers. 

HULLr- 

A record of the descendants of George Hull. 
Delos Hull, compiler. 53 p. 8°, Oak Park, 111., 1909. Publisher not given. 

HUNTER— 

See Selden. 

HUTTON— 

The life of William Hutton and the history of the Hutton Family. 
Edited from the original manuscripts, with the addition of numerous 
illustrative notes, original matter, examples of Hutton's poetical pro- 
ductions and notices of all his works, etc. 

Llewellynn Jewitt, P.S.A. 464 p. 12°, London, 1872. Frederick Warne & 
Co., publishers. 

INGELS— 
See Cloyd. 

JACKSON— 

The family history of Michael Jackson, emigrant from Treland, 
citizen of Hartford County, Conn., his descendants and collateral 
families, which whom they were connected. 

116 p. 8°, Kansas City, Mo., 1909. Franklin Hudson Co., publishers. 

JAMES— 

The James-Stites Genealogy. 

E. J. James. 

New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. Vol. XXVIII, 
October, 1897. Vol. XXIX, April, 1898. 

Pub. N. Y. 1897, 1898. N. Y. Genealogical and Biog. Soc. 

JESSUP— 

The ancestors and a summary of the events of fifty years. A paper 
read at the fiftieth anniversary, March 17, 1903. 

Armstrong Jessup and Mary Jane Van Duzer Jessup, 1853-1903. 23 p. 
4°, Chicago, 1903. Publisher not given. 

JOHNSON— 

See Genealogical notes; containing the pedigree of the Thomas 
Family of Maryland. 



85 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

JOHNSON— 

Jacob Johnson, of Harpswell, Maine, and his descendants east and 
west. 

Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. 132 p. 8°, Concord, N. H., 1907. Rumford 
Printing Co. 

JONES— 

, See Cloyd. 

Some old family records, Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), and Dille, 
Cox, Custer (Custer of Pennsylvania), Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, 
etc. 

Milo Custer. 17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Typewritten copy. 

Zenus Jones. War 1812, bounty lands. Vellum Document No. 
3646, signed by President James Monroe, granting to Zenus Jones 160 
acres of land in the Territory of Illinois for military services. Dated 
December 13, 1817. 

JUDD— 

The Name and the Arms. 
n. p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1910. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

KANE— 

Elias Kent Kane. 

Henry Barrett Chamberlin. pp. 162-170. In Publication No. 13. Illinois 
State Historical Library, 1908. 

Kane, Caroline Beers. See Appendix. 
KEIM— 

The Keim and allied families. 

De B. Randolph Keim, editor. Monthly Periodical No. 1 (Sample Copy). 
December, 1898. Harrisburg, 1898. 

KENNEDY— 

See Selden. 

KENTUCKY FAMILIES— . 

See Publications of the Filson Club. 
Louisville, Ky., publishers. 

KESTER— 

The Pound and Kester Families. 

John E. Hunt, compiler. 628 p. 8°, Chicago, 1904. Regan Printing 
House. 

KING— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

KINNEY— 

Some Virginia Families. Being genealogies of the Kinney, Strib- 
ling, Trout, Mcllhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, Mc- 
Cormick, and other families of Virginia. 

Hugh Milton Mcllhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. 274 p. 8°, Staunton, Va., 1903. 
Stoneburner & Pruber, printers. 



86 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

KIRKE— 

See General Works. Canada. The First Conquest of Canada. 
Henry Kirke, M.A.B., C. L. Oxon. 

KNICKERBACKER, KNICKERBOCKER— 

The Knickerbacker or Knickerbocker Family. 

George Castor Martin from mss. notes by Mrs. Alfred H. Massey. 7 p. 
12°, Frankford, Pa., 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

KNIGHT— 

The Knight Family. 

Joseph C. Martindale, M.D. 16 p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & 
Allardyce, publishers. 

KOERNER— 

Gustavus Koerner. By Hon. R. E. Rombauer. 

pp. 286-307, in Publication No. 9, Illinois State Historical Libra rv, 
1904. 

McCormack, Thomas J.* Editor Memoirs of Gustave Koerner. 

2 vols. 8°, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1909. Torch Press, publishers. 

LANE— 

Genealogical notes on the families of Daniel Lane, 2d, and Mary , 
Griswold Lane, married July 14, 1763. 

H. W. Lane and A. C. Beckwith, compilers. 12°, Elkhorn, Wis., 1899. 

See Selden. 

LA SERRES— 

The Fordhams and La Serres of the English settlement in Edwards 
County, 111. By Walter Colyer. 

See pp. 43-54, in Publication No. 16, Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1911. 

LAWRANCE, LAWRENCE— 

See Thomas. 

LAWRANCE— 

Pedigrees of Thomas, Chew, and fjiiwrance. A West River Register 
and genealogical notes. 

Rev. Lawrence Buckley Thomas. 136 p. 8°, New York, 1883. Thomas 
Whittaker, publisher. 

LAWRENCE— 

Genealogical notes; containing the pedigree of the Thomas family 
of Maryland and connected families, the Snowden, Buckley, Lawrence, 

etc. 

Lawrence B. Thomas. 197 p. 8°, Baltimore, 1877. Thomas B. Lawrence, 
publisher. 

LE BARON— 

Descendants of Francis Le Baron, of Plymouth, Mass. 
Mary Le Baron Stockwell, compiler. 521 p. 8°, Boston, 1904. T. R 
Marvin & Son, printers. 



87 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

LEE— 

See Selden. 
LEFFINGWELL— 

The Leffingwell Record, 1G37-1897. A genealogy of tlie descend- 
ants of Lieut. Thomas Leffingwell, one of the founders of Norwich, 
Conn. 

Albert Leffingwell, M.D., and Charles Wesley Leffingwell, D.D. 256 p. 8°, 
Aurora, N. Y., 1897. Leffingwell Co., publishers. 

LE SAGE— 

Memorial des Families divise en trois parties. Qenealogie Le Sage, 
avec annexe Tludon dit Beaulieu and Belaud. Genealogies Martin & 
Hamlin. 

Par Madame Caroline Hamlin, nee Martin. 227 p. 8°, Montreal, 1910. 
Publisher not given. 

LEWIS— 

Lewisiana or, The Lewis Letter, Periodical, relating to the Lewis 
Family, April, 1899. 
Pam. odd Nos. 
Carll A. Lewis, publisher. 

L'HOMMEDIEU— 
See Hommedieu. 
LINCOLN— 

Abraham Lincoln. An American Migration Family ; English, not 
German. 

Marian Dexter Learned. 149 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1909. William J. 
Campbell, publisher. 

Tli." Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln. 

J. R. Hutchinson and J. Henry Lea. 212 p. 4°, Boston and New York, 
1909. Houghton, Miffln & Co., publishers. 

Lincoln Families of Massachusetts. Notes on, with some account 

of the' family of Ahraham Lincoln, late president of the I r nited States. 

Solomon Lincoln. 10 p. 8°, Boston, 1865. David Clapp & Son, printers. 

The Parent* of Lincoln. Ida M. Tarbell. 

pp. 17-24. In Abraham Lincoln. Published by "The Lincoln 
Farm Association. February 12, 1907. A souvenir of Lincoln's 
Birthday. 

LOVELL— 

See Weymouth, Mass. Hist. Society Collections No. 1. 
Published by The Society, Weymouth, Mass., 1881. 

L1NDLEY— 

See pp. 187-196. In Poems by John F. Myers. Also Myers Family. 
LINDSLAY— 

See Selden. 



88 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

LINN— 

A history of a fragment of the Clan Linn and a genealogy of the 
Linn and related families. 

Dr. George Wilds Linn. 204 p. 8°. Copyright 1906 by George Wilds 
Linn. Report Print, Lebanon, Pa. 

LOGAN— 

See Morton. 

LUCE— 

See Some old family histories. Bartlett, Belvel (Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer, Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, etc. 
Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 

LUDLAM— 

Genealogical sketch of Ludlam Family, from the early settlement 
of Cape May County, N. J., 1692. 

Anthony J. Ludlam, compiler. 4°, Springfield, 111., 1878. H. W. Rokker, 
printer. 

LUNDY— 

The Lundy Family and their descendants of whatsoever surname. 
With a biographical sketch of Benjamin Lundy. 

William Clinton Armstrong, A.M. 485 p. 8°, New Brunswick, N. J., 
1902. J. Heidinsfeld, printer. 

Benjamin Lundy, Pioneer of Freedom. 

By Geo. A. Lawrence, in Journal of the Ills. State Hist. Soc. Vol. 
6, No. 2, July, 1913. pp. 175-205. 

LYLE— 

The ancestry and posterity of Matthew, John, Daniel, and Samuel 
Lyle, pioneer settlers in Virginia. 

Oscar K. Lyle, 361 p. 4°, New York City. Printed by Lecouver Press 
Co., 1912. 

LYON— 

See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

McCLURE— 

Diary of David McClure, 1748-1820. 

Notes by Franklin B. Dexter. 

David McClure. Privately printed. 219 p. 8°, N. Y., 1899. The Knicker- 
bocker Press. 

McCORMICK— 

Some Virginia families, being genealogies of the Kinney, Stribling. 
Trout, Mcllhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, McCormiok. 
and other families of Virginia. 

Hugh Milton Mcllhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. 274 p. 8°, Staunton, Va., 1903. 
Stoneburner & Pruber, printers. 

Mcdonald— 

The Glengarry McDonalds of Virginia. With an introductory 
sketch of the early history of the Glengarry Clan. 



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family histories 

Mcdonald family— 

Mrs. Flora McDonald Williams. 340 p. 8°, Louisville, Ky., 1911. George 
G. Fetter Co., publishers. 

Mcdowell— 

See Greenlee. 

McDowells— 

See Brooks and Greenlee. 
McILHANY— 

Some Virginia families, being genealogies of the Kinney, Stribling, 
Trout, Mcllhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, McCormick, 
and other families of Virginia. 

Hugh Milton Mcllhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. 274 p. 8°, Staunton, Va., 1903. 
Stoneburner & Pruber, printers. 

MACKENZIE— 

See Some old family histories. Bartlett, Belvel (Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer, Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, Mackenzie, etc. 
17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 

McLEAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Heads of families of McLean County, 111., at the census of 1840. 
(Taken by Jacob Spawr.) 

Copied and re-arranged by Milo Custer. Bloomington, 111., 1911. Type- 
written manuscript. 

McLEAN— 

John McLean. By Capt. J. H. Burnham. 

Publication No. 8, Illinois State Historical Library, 1903, pp. 
198-201. 

McMillan— 

McMillan Genealogy and History. A record of the descendants of 
John McMillan and Mary Arnott, C. E. McMillan, and W. F. McMillan. 
353 p. 8°. Place and publisher not given. 

MACON— 

See Selden. 
McPIKE— 

See Eomance of Genealogy. 

Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

MARKHAM— 

See Marshall. 
MARSHALL— 

See Cloyd. 

The Marshall Family, or a genealogical chart of the descendants 
of John Marshall and Elizabeth Markham, his wife, sketches of indi- 
viduals and notices of families connected with them. 

W. M. Paxton. 415 p. 8°, Cincinnati, O., 1885. Robert Clarke & Co., 
publishers. 

MARTIN— 

See Le Sage. 



90 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

MASON— 

See Seidell. 
MATHEWS— 

See Morton. 
MAYO— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

See Randolph. 

MERCER— 

See Selden. . 
MERRYMAN— 

Walter Merryman, of Harpswell, Maine, and his descendants. 
Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. 123 p. 8°, Concord, N. H., 1905. Rumford 
Publishing Co. 

MICHAUX— 

See Morton. 
MILESIAN FAMILIES OF IRELAND— 

A genealogical history of the Milesian families of Ireland, with the 
monument to Brian Boroimhe; the chart of the Armorial bearings of 
the same families. 

B. W. DeCourcy, compiler and editor. 77 p. 12°, Cincinnati, 1880. W. 
F. Overdick and M. L. Riegel, publishers. 

MILLER— 

The Reverend Alexander Miller, of Virginia, and some of his 
descendants. 

Milo Custer. 36 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Publisher not given. 

MILTON— 

Some Virginia families, being genealogies of the Kinney, Stribling, 
Trout, Mcllhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, McCormick, 
and other families of Virginia. 

Hugh Milton Mcllhany, Jr., M.A., Ph.D. 274 p. 8°, Staunton, Va., 1903. 
Stoneburner & Pruber, printers. 

MISNE— 

Sec Morton. 
MOFFAT— 

Moffat Genealogies. Descenl from Rev. John Moffat, of Ulster 
County, N. Y. 

R. Burnham Moffat. 158 p. 8°, Privately printed, 1909. Press of L. 
Middleditch Co., N. Y. 

MOORE— 

A history of the descendants of Shildes lioore, in America, covering 
a period of one hundred and fifty-nine years, from 1732 to 1891. 

George L. Moore. 156 p. 8°, Belleville, 111. Risdon Alexander Moore, 
publisher. 

Proceedings of the centennial reunion of the "Moore Family" held 

at Belleville, 111., May 31 and June 1, 1882. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

MOORE FAMILY— 

Dr. D. N. Moore and McCabe Moore, publishers. 82 p. 8 3 , St. Louis, Mo., 
1882. A. R. Fleming, printer. 

See Selden. 
MORRIS— 

See Collins. 
MORSE— 

Descendants of Samuel Morse, of Worth ington, Mass. 

Harriet Morse Weeks of Evanston, 111. 56 p. Addenda. 8°, Pittsfield, 
Mass., 1907. Eagle Printing and Binding Co. 

MORTON— 

The Mortons, Venables, Michaux of Saurin, Mismes, France, 
Pochette of Holland, Carey, Woodson, Logan, Clark, Mathews. 
Miss Morton of Birmingham, Ala. 

See pp. 87-91, in the Register of the Kentucky State Historical 
Society. Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911. 
MOUNTAIN— 

See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

MUNSON— 

Munson Family Reunion. Proceedings of the second Munson 
Family Reunion. 

8°, New Haven, 1896. Publisher not given. 

M VERS— 

Genealogy of the Myers, Lindley, and Birdsell Families. In poems. 
John F. Myers. 12°. Place and publisher not given. 

NANCE— 

Zachariah Nance. Soldier of the Revolution. See Notice of the 
death of, in the Sangamo Journal, January 9, 1836. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE— 

Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire, 
in four volumes. 

Ezra Stearns, compiler, assisted by Edward E. Parker. 8°, New York, 
1908. The Lewis Publishing Co., publishers. 

NEWTON— 

The Colchester, Conn., Newton Family. Descendants of Thomas 
tfewton, of Fairfield, Conn., 1639. 

Compiled by Clair Alonzo Newton. 134 p. 12°, Naperville, 111., 1911. 
Publisher not given. 

Richard Newton, of Sudbury, Mass., 1638-39. Also an account 
of the Indian Raid in Barnard, Vt, August 9, 1780. 

Rev. William Monroe Newton, compiler. Copy No. 83. 52 p. 8°, Woon- 
socket, R. I. Published by W. M. Newton & Son. 

See Selden. 
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND FAMILIES— 

Genealogical notes of New York and New England families. 



FAMILY HISTORIES 

NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND FAMILIES— 

S. V. Talcott, compiler. 747 p. and index 39 p. 8°, Albany, 1883. Weed, 
Parsons & Co., publishers. 

NOBLAT, NOBLET, NOBLETT, NOBLIT, NOBLOT— 

Genealogical collections relating to the families of Noblet, Noblat, 
Noblot, and Noblets, of France; Noblet and Noblett, of Great Britain; 
Noblet, Noblett, Noblit and Noblitt, of America ; with some particular 
account of William Noblit, of Middletown Township, Chester County, 
now Delaware County, Pa., U.S.A. 

John Hyndman Noblit. 401 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1906. Printed for pri- 
vate circulation. Ferris & Leach, printers. 

OLIVER— 

John Oliver. War of 1812. Bounty Lands. Vellum Document 
No. 1963, signed by President James Monroe, granting to John Oliver 
160 acres of land in the Territory of Illinois for military services. Dated 
December 13, 1817. 
ORENDORFF— 

See Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), 
Dille, Cox, Custer, (Custer of Pa.), Evans, Vezzy, . Hendrix, Jones, 
Luce, Mackenzie, Orendorff, etc. 

Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 
PACA— 

See Selden. 
PAGE— 

See Selden. 
PARKER— 

Archelius Parker and his descendants. 

Milo Custer, n. p. 8°, Bloomington, 1912. George M. Adams Printing 
Co., publishers. 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

See Some old family histories. Bartlett, Belvel (Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer, Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, Mackenzie, Orendorff, 
Parker. 

Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 
PARRY— 

See Stuart, Freeman, Pike, etc. 
PARSON— 

Genealogy of the family of Lewis B. Parsons (Second) Parsons- 
Hoar. Parsons, Springfiejd, Mass., 1636. Hoar-Gloucester, England, 
1632. Lewis B. Parsons, 1900. 

109 p. 8°, St. Louis. Press of Perrin & Smith. 
PEARCE— 

Pearce Genealogy. Being the record of the posterity of Richard 
Pearce, an early inhabitant of Portsmouth, in Rhode Island, who came 
from England, and whose genealogy is traced back to 972. 

Col. Frederick C. Pearce. 150 p. 8°, Rockford, 111., 1888. Joel Munsell's 
Sons, publishers, Albany, N. Y. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

PEASLEE— 

History of the Peaslee, Balch, Stonebraker Family. Who as pioneers 
settled in the great woods of New York in 1838 ; the treeless prairies of 
Iowa Territory in 1844, and on the Sac and Fox Beserve, Kansas, in 
1870. Taken from a book on Osage County history, entitled, "Annals 
of Lyndon," by Charles E. Green. 

12 p. 8°, Lyndon, Osage County, Kans., June, 1897. Publisher not given. 

PECK— 

Selleck and Peck Genealogy. 
William Edwin Selleck. 69 p. 8°, Chicago, 1912. Privately printed. 

PENDLETON— 

See Selden. 
PENCE— 

History of Judge John Pence, and his descendants. Born in 
Shenandoah County, Virginia, January 15, 1775. Eesided in Cham- 
paign County, Ind., and Henderson County, 111. 

Kingsley Adolphus Pence. 126 p. 8°, Denver, Colo., 1912. Publisher not 
given. 

PEEBY— 

Our Perry Family in Maine. Its ancestors and descendants. 
Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. 127 p. 8°, Lewistown, Me., 1911. The 
Journal Print Shop. 

PINCKNEY— 

Genealogy of the Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, Anderson, 
Ehoades, and Finch families. 

Franklin Couch, LL.B. 129 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1907. Newburgh 
Journal Co., publishers. 

PINKHAM— 

Eichard Pinkham, of Old Dover, N. H., and his descendants East 
and West. 

Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. 308 p. 8:, Concord, N. H., 1908. Rumford 
Co., publishers. 

PI PEE— 

Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel, (or Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer, (Custer of Pa.), Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, 
Mackenzie, Orendorff, Parker, Piper, etc. 
Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 

PLEASANTS— 

See Eandolph. 
POUND— 

The Pound and Kester Families. 

John E. Hunt, compiler. 628 p. 8°, Chicago, 1904. Regan Printing 
House. 

POWELL— 

Long Island Genealogies, being kindred descendants of Thomas 
Powell. 



94 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

PoWKLL FAMILY— 

Mary Powell Bunker. 350 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1895. Joel Munsell Sons, 
publishers. 

PRESTON— 
See Selden. 

PRICE— 

John Price. Tlie Emigrant) Jamestown Colony, 1680. With some 
of his descendants. 

Rev. Benjamin Luther Price. 62 p. 8°, Alexander, La., September 1, 
1910. Published by the Author. 

PR I CHARD— 

Descendants of William Priehard. 

A. M. Priehard, compiler. 59 p. 8°, Charleston, W. Va., March, 1912. 
Tribune Printing Co., publishers. 

PYKE— 

Halley and Pyke Families. 

Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Notes and Queries, July 16, 1910. 
Stuart, Freeman, Parry, Pyke. 

Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Notes and Queries, August 26, 1911. 
RAILEY— 

See Randolph. 
RANDOLPH— 

The Randolphs and their Railey Connections. W. E. Railey. 
See Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, Vol I X . 
No. 27, September, 1911. Vol. 10, No. 28, September, 1912. 

W. E. Railey. See Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, 
Vol. IX, No. 27, September, 1911. Vol. X, No. 28, September, 1912. 

RALSTON— 

James Harvey Ralston. 

Dr. J. F. Snyder. See pp. 215-235 in Publication No. 13, Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1908. 

REED— 

The Reed Family. 

S. V. Talcott. Re-arranged and published by Martin & Allardyce. 17 
p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

REVERE— 

An outline of the life and works of Col. Paul Revere, with a partial 
catalogue of silverware bearing his name, also a description of New- 
buryport and other historic plan-. 

George B. Tilton, compiler. 63 p. 8°, Newburyport, Mass., 1909. 

REZEAIJ— 

See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

RHOADES— 

Genealogies of the Hill, Dean, Anderson, Rhoades, and Finch 
families. 



95 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

RHOADES FAMILY— 

Franklin Couch, LL.B. 129 p. 8°, Newburgh, N. Y., 1907. New burgh 
Journal Co., publishers. 

RHORER— 

Genealogy of the Houser, Rhorer, Dillman, Hoover families. 
Dr. W. W. Houser, compiler. 239 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Pantagraph 
Printing Co., publishers. 

RIDDLE— 

See Selden. 

ROGHETTE— . 

See Morton. 

ROGERS— 

See Mcllhany. 

ROSS— 

See Selden. 
RUTHERFURD— 

Genealogical notes; containing the pedigree of the Thomas Family, 
of Maryland, and of the following connected families, Snowden, Buck- 
ley, Lawrence, Chew, Ellicott, Hopkins, Johnson, Rutherfurd, etc. 

Lawrence B. Thomas. 197 p. 8°, Baltimore, 1877. Lawrence B. Thomas, 
publisher. 

SACKETT GENEALOGY— 

19 p. 8°, place and publisher not given. 

SAGE— 

See Le Sage. 
SALZBURGERS— 

The Salzhurgers and their descendants; being the history of a 
colony of German (Lutheran) Protestants, who emigrated to Georgia 
in 1734, and settled at Ebenezer, 25 miles above the city of Savannah. 

Rev. P. A. Stroebel. 308 p. 12°, Baltimore, 1855. T. Newton Kurtz, 
publisher. 

SANBORNE— 

American and English Sanbornes. 
V. C. Sanborn. 8°, Concord, N. H., 1895. 

SANBORNE, SANBORN— 

Genealogy of the family of Sanbome or Sanborn in England and 
America, 1194-1898. 

V. C. Sanborn. 692 p. 8°, privately printed for the Author, 1899. The 
Rumford Press, N. H. 

SAVOIE— 

La Genealogie de la Famille Savoie Origins acadienne. 
Par. Caroline Hamelin, nee Martin. 64 p. 8°, 1912. Publisher not given. 

SAWYER— 

Ancestry and life of Captain Thomas Sawyer. In Mninuiain. 



96 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

SAWYER FAMILY— 

Edwin Sawyer Walker, A.M. 27 p. 8°, Weedsport, N. Y., 1906. Publisher 
not given. 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 
SCHERER— 
. Blackwelder-Scherer Families. 

I. S. Blackwelder, compiler. Typewritten copy. 
SCHIEFFELIN— 

Genealogical notes; containing the pedigree of the Thomas Family 
of Maryland, and of the following connected families: Snowden, Buck- 
ley, Lawrence, Chew, Ellicott, Hopkins, Johnson, Rutherfurd, Fairfax, 
Schieffelin, Tyson, and others. 

" Lawrence B. Thomas. 197 p. 8°, Baltimore, 1877. Lawrence B. Thomas, 
publisher. 

SELDEN— 

Seldens of Virginia and Allied Families. 2 vols. 
Mary Selden Kennedy. 2 vols. 8°, New York, 1911. Frank Allaben 
Genealogical Co., publishers. 

SELLECK— 

Selleck and Peck Genealogy. 
William Edwin Selleck. 69 p. 8°, Chicago, 1912. Privately printed. 

SEMPLE— 

Genealogy of Hon. James Semple. 
W. K. Anderson. 
48 p. 8°, 1902. Place and publisher not given. 

SERRE— 

The Fordhams and La Serres of the English Settlement in Edwards 
County, 111. 

Walter Colyer. See pp. 43-54 in Publication No. 16, Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1911. 

SEYMOUR— 

The Seymour Family. A reprint from the Morris Genealogy. 
Tyler Seymour Morris. 8°, Chicago, 1900. Publisher not given. 

SHEPARDSON— 

The Shepardson Family. Branches of the family in the United 
States when the first census was taken in 1790. 

Francis Wayland Shepardson. 14 p. 8°, Chicago, August 15, 1912. Pub- 
lisher not given. 

SHORT— 

See Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), 
Dille, Cox, Custer (Custer of Pa.), Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, 
Mackenzie, Orendorff, Parker, Piper, Short, etc. 

17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 111. Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 
SINNETT, SINNOTTS— 

Michael Sinnett, of Harpsville, Maine. His ancestry and descend- 
ants. Also records of other Sinnetts, Sinnotts, etc., in Ireland and 
America. 



97 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

SINNETT FAMILY— 

Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. 137 p. 8°, Concord, N. H., 1910. The 
Rumford Press, publisher. 

SLADE— * 

Charles Slade. 

Dr. J. F. Snyder, pp. 207-210. Publication No. 8. Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1903. 

SLOO— 

Thomas Sloo, Jr. 

Dr. J. F. Snyder. See pp. 201-206. Publication No. 8. Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1903. 

Thomas Sloo, Jr. 

Isaac Joslin Cox. See pp. 26-42. Publication. Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1911. 

SMEDLEY— 

Smedley Family — Prospectus. 
10 p. 8°, Lancaster, Pa., 1901. Wickersham Printing Co. 

SMITH— 

See Cloyd. 

Hannah Logan Smith. Quaker Genealogy. 
326 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1839. E. G. Dorsey, printer. 

Genealogy of the Smith Family. 

Joseph Smith, Sr. See p. 760 in article by W. W. Phelps in The Times 
and Season. Published at Nauvoo, 111., 1844. 

See Filson Club. Publication No. 14, Louisville, 1899. 
SNICKERS— 

See Mcllhany. 
SNOWDEN— 

Genealogical notes; containing the pedigree of the Thomas Family 
of Maryland, and of the following connected families: Snowden, Buck- 
ley, Lawrence, etc. 

Lawrence B. Thomas. 197 p. 8°, Baltimore, 1877. Lawrence B. Thomas, 
publisher. 

SNYDER— 

Adam W. Snyder and his period in Illinois History, 1817-1842. 

John Francis Snyder, M.D. 437 p. 12°, Virginia, 111., 1906. E. Needham 
Bookseller. Illinois State Register, Springfield, 111., publisher. 

SPALDING— 

The Spalding Memorial. A genealogical history of Edward 
Spalding, of Virginia and "Massachusetts Bay, and his descendants. 
With a record of their military service in the Colonial, Revolutionary 
and Civil wars; together with information concerning various other 
branches of the Spalding Family. 

Charles Warren Spalding, A.M. 1276 p. 8°, Chicago, 1897. American 
Publishers Association. Revised and enlarged from the original edition by 
Rev. J. S. Spalding. 

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FAMILY HISTORIES 

SPOTTISWOODE— 
See Selden. 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. FAMILIES— 

(Sample Pages.) 
8°, Springfield, Mass., 1898. 

STANSBURY— 

The Descendants of John Stansbury, of Leominster, 1(570-1 895. 
Frederick Howard Wines, compiler. 55 p. 8°, Springfield, 111., 1895. H. 
W. Rokker, printer. 

STEPHEN— 

See Selden. 
STEPHENS— 

The Stephens Family, with collateral hranches. 

Edward Stephens Clarke, M.D. 185 p. 8°, Frankford, Pa., 1892. Martin 
& Allardyce, publishers. 

STINESPRING— 

Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer (Custer of Pa.), Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, 
Mackenzie, Orendorff, Parker, Piper, Short, Stinespring, etc. 
Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. 

STITES— 

See James. 
STONEBRAKER— 

See Peaslee. 
STRANGE— 

Biographical and historical sketches of the Storage's of America 

and across the seas. 

Alexander Taylor Strange, compiler. 137 p. 8°, Hillsboro, 111., 1911. 
Published by the Compiler. 

STRIBLING— 

See Mcllhany. 
STUART— 

Stuart, Freeman. Day, Pyke. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Notes and Queries. July 13, 1912. 

Stuart, Freeman, Parry, Pyke. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from Notes and Queries. August 26, 1911. 

STUBBLEFIELD— 

Robert Stubblefield and his son, John Stubbleiiehl. 
George W. Stubblefield. See pp. 525-530 in Vol. VI, No. 4, January, 1914, 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 

SWANZY— 

The families of French of Belturbet, and Nixon, of Fermanagh, 
and their descendants. 

Rev. Biddall Swanzy, M.A. 211 p. 8°, Dublin, 1908. (Printed for pri- 
vate circulation.) Printed by Alex. Thom & Co., Ltd. 



99 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

SWARTZ— 

Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer (Custer of Pa.), Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, 
Mackenzie, Orendorff, Parker, Piper, Stinespring, Swartz, etc. 
Milo Custer. 17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Typewritten copy. 

SYLVESTER— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 

TAIT— 

The Ancestry of President Taft. 

Mabel Thacher Rosemary Washburn, pp. 413-428 in Journal of American 
History, Vol. V, No. 3, 1911. 

TAPP— 

See Cloyd. 

TASKER— 

See Selden. 
TATE— 

See Mcllhany. 
TAYLOR— 

See Selden. 

TAYLOR— 

See Mcllhany. 

THOMAS— 

Genealogical Notes. Containing the pedigree of the Thomas Family 
of Maryland, and of the following connected families : Snowden, Buck- 
ley, Lawrence, Chew, Elliott, Hopkins, Johnson, Rutherfurd, Fairfax, 
Schieffelin, Tyson, and others. 

Rev. Lawrence B. Thomas. 197 p. 8°, Baltimore, 1877. Lawrence B. 
Thomas, publisher. 

Jesse Burgess Thomas, Jesse Burgess Thomas, Jr., Richard Symmea 
Thomas, Jr. Forgotten Statesmen of Illinois Series. 

Dr. J. F. Snyder. Sec pp. 514-525 in Transactions of the Illinois State 
Historical Society, 1904. 

Pedigrees of Thomas, Chew, and Lawrence (Families). A West 
River Register and genealogical notes. 

Rev. Lawrence Buckley Thomas. 136 p. 8°, New York, 1883. Thomas 
Whittaker, publisher. 

THOMPSON— 

Our Thompson Family in Maine, New Hampshire, and the West. 
Rev. Charles Nelson Sinnett. 293 p. 8°, Concord, N. H., 1907. The 
Rumford Printing Co., publishers. 

See Selden. 
THURBER— 

See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. From the Magazine of History, 1912. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

TISDALE, TISDEL— 

Genealogy of the descendants of Lawrence and Mary Antisell, of 
Norwich and Willington, Conn. Including some records of Christopher 
Antisell. of Sraduff Birr, (Kings Co.) Ireland. 

Mary Elizabeth Tisdel Wyman, compiler. 335 p. 8°, Painesville, O., 1908. 
The Champlin Printing Co., Columbus, O. 

See Antisell. 

TODD— 

The Virginia Todds. 

J. R. Witcraft, compiler, Merchantville, N. J. 34 p. 8°, Frankford, Pa., 
1913. Dispatch Publishing House. 

See Edwards. 

TRAVERRIER (OR TRAVERSIER) — 
See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

TREE— 

Tree Family and its connections in England and America. 
Josiah Granville Leach, LL.B. 108 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1908. J. B. 
Lippincott Co., publishers. 

TROUT— 

See Mcllhany. 
TUCKER— 

See Selden. 
TURNER— 

The Life of Jonathan Baldwin Turner. 

Mary Turner Carriel. 298 p. 8°, copyright 1911, Mary Turner Carriel. 
Place and publisher not given. 

TUTHILL— 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. 
TYSON— 

See Thomas. 
VENABLE— 

See Morton. 

VEZZY— 

Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer (Custer of Pa.), Evans, Vezzy, etc. 

Mllo Custer. 17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. Typewritten copy. 

WADDELL— 

A Colonial Officer and His Times, 1754-1773. A biographical 
sketch of Gen. Hugh Waddell, of North Carolina. 

Alfred Moore Waddell. 242 p. 8°, Raleigh, N. C, 1890. Edwards & 
Broughton. 

WADE— 

The Life of Benjamin P. Wade. 



101 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

WADE FAMILY— 

A. G. Riddle. 310 p. 12°, Cleveland, O., 1886. William W. Williams, 

publisher. 

WALKER— 

The Story of My Ancestors in America. Also "Printers" copy 
manuscript. 

Edwin Sawyer Walker. 8°, Chicago, 1895. 

See Selden. 

WALLACE— 

See Selden. 

\\ ALLBRIDGE— 

Descendants of Henry Wallbridge who married Anna Amos, Decem- 
ber 25, 1688, at Preston, Conn. 

William Gedney Wallbridge, compiler. 369 p. 4°, Litchfield, Conn., 1898. 

WALTON— 

The Walton Family. 

Joseph C. Martindale, M.D. 12 p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1911. Martin & 
Allardyce, publishers. 

WASHINGTON— 

Home of Washington, or, Mount Vernon, its associations. 
Benson J. Lossing. 8°, N. Y., 1870. 

See Selden. 
WATKINSON— 

See Westchester Co., N. Y. 
WEBB— 

Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer (Custer of Pa.), Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, 
Mackenzie, Orendorff, Parker, Piper, Short, Stinespring, Swartz, Zook 
(or Zug), Webb. 

Milo Custer. Typewritten copy. 17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 1910. 

WELLS— 

See Romance of Genealogy. 
Eugene F. McPike. Reprinted from The Magazine of History, 1912. 

WEST— 

See Selden. 
WILL— 

Conrad Will. Forgotten Statesmen Series. 

Dr. J. F. Snyder. See pp. 351-377 in Publication No. 10. Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1905. 

WILLIS— 

See Selden. 
WILLOUGHBY— 

Sec Selden. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 



WINSTON— 
i Seidell. 



WoRMELEY— 
See Seldcu. 

WOODSON— 

See Morton. 
See Randolph. 

\\ KIGHT— 

The Wright Family. 

S. V. Talcott. Re-arranged and published by Martin & Allardyce. 20 
p. 12°, Frankford, Pa., 1912. Martin & Allardyce, publishers. 

YATES— 

Descendants of Michael Yates and his sons Abner and John. Gene- 
alogical Chart. 

Richard Yates, Jr., compiler. Folio, Springfield, 1910. H. W. Rokker, 
publisher. 

YOUNG— 

Richard M. Young. Forgotten Statesmen Series. 
J. F. Snyder. See pp. 302-327 in Publication No. 11, Illinois State 
Historical Library, 1906. 

ZOOK (OR ZUG)— 

See Some old family records. Bartlett, Belvel, (Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer, Evans, Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, Mackenzie, Orendorff, 
Parker, Piper, Short, Stinespring, Swartz, Zook (or Zug). 

Milo Custer. 17 p. 8°, Bloomington, 111., 1910.' Typewritten copy. 

ZUG— 

See Zook. 

GENERAL WORKS 

AMERICA HERALDICA— 

A compilation of coat of arms, crests, and mottoes, of prominent 
American families settled in this country before 1800. 2 vols, bound in 
one. Contain, Gore Roll of Arms, List of Mayflower passengers, plates. 
Also, supplement. 

E. De V. Vermont, editor and compiler. Folio, N. Y., 1887 and 1889. 

AMERICAN ANCESTRY— 

Giving the name and descent in the male line of Americans whose 
ancestors settled in the United States previous to 1776. Vol. I, 1887; 
to Vol. XII, 1899. 

Thomas P. Hughes. 12 vols. 8°, Albany, N. Y. Joel Munsell's Sons, 
publishers. 

AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES— 

American and English Genealogies in the Library of Cong! 
Preliminary Catalogue. 



103 

GENERAL WORKS 

AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GENEALOGIES— 

805 p. 8°, Washington, D. C, U. S. Gov. Pub., 1910. Compiled under 
the direction of the Chief Cataloguer. Library of Congress. 

AMERICAN EDUCATION SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS— 

Quarterly Register and Journal of the American Education 
Society. 

15 vols. 8°, Boston, Mass., 1829-1843. 

AMERICAN GENEALOGIES— 

Index to American Genealogies and to genealogical material con- 
tained in all works such as town histories, county histories, local histories, 
historical society publications, biographies, historical periodicals and 
kindred works, alphabetically arranged. 

5th edition revised and enlarged. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers. 352 
p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1900. 

Also Supplement 1900-1908 to the Index to Genealogies published in 
1900. 107 p. 4°, Albany, N. Y., 1908.' 

AMERICAN GENEALOGIST, (THE) — 

Being a catalogue of family histories and publications. 
William H. Whitmore. 287 p. 8°, Albany, 1868. Joel Munsell, publisher. 

Being a catalogue of family histories, a bibliography of American 
genealogy or a list of the title pages of books and pamphlets on family 
history published in America, from 1771 to date. 

Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers. 328 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1897. 

Also edition of 1900. 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Annual Address by the President, General Edward A. Moseley, 
Hotel San Reno, New ^ork, February 17, 1898. 

Gen. Edward A. Moseley. 19 p. 8°, New York, 1898. National Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. 

AMERICAN PRISONERS OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Danske Dandridge. 504 p. 8°, Charlottesville, Va., 1911. The Michie 
Co., printers. 

AMERICANS OF ROYAL DESCENT— 

Index to intermarriages of Americans of royql descent. 
Charles H. Browning. 4°, Philadelphia, 1891. Publisher not given. 
Pamphlet. 

A X ABSTRACT— 

An Abstract of a Genealogical Collection, Vol. I. 
Malcolm Macbeath. 50 p. 4°, St. Louis, 1907. Nixon-Jones Co., publishers. 

\.\ ETYMOLOGICAL DICTIONARY— 

An Etymological Dictionary of Family and Christian names, with 
an essay on their derivation ami import. 

William Arthur, M.A. 300 p. 8°, New York, 1857. Sheldon Blakeman & 
Co., publishers. 

AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT— 

Of the settlements of Scotch Highlanders in America prior t" (In 1 
peace of 1783, together with notices of Highland regiments and bio- 
graphical sketches. 



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AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT— 

J. P. MacLean, Ph.D. 459 p. 8°, Cleveland, O., 1900. The Helman-Taylor 
Co., publishers. 

ANNUAL REGISTER AND MILITARY ROSTER— 

Containing the names and rank of the principal civil officers of 
the government of the United States since its organization, and of the 
state of New York since the adoption of its constitution in 1777, in- 
cluding county officers, etc. Also the names and rank of the militia 
officers of this state now in office. 

B. Thalhimer. 272 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1821. Printed by E. and E. 
Hosford. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

The annual register of the Baptist Denomination in North Amer- 
ica; to the first of November, 1790. 

John Asplund, Southampton Co., Va„ July 14, 1791. 70 p. 8°. 1791. 

A history of the Baptists in the western states east of the Mississippi. 
Justin A. Smith, D.D. 420 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1896. American Baptist 
Publication Society, publishers. 

CANADA— 

Dictionnaire genealogique des families canadiennes depuis la fonda- 
tion de la colonie jusqu'a nos jours, 1608. 

L'Abbe Cyprien Tanguay. 7 vols. 8°, Montreal, 1871-1890. Eusebe 
Senecal, later Eusebe Senecal et Fils, publishers. 

The first English conquest of Canada, with some account of the 
earliest settlements in Nova Scotia and New Foundland. Contains bio- 
graphical sketches of Gervase Kirke and his family, particularly of his 
son David Kirke, born 1597, early American explorer. 

Henry Kirke, M.A. B. C. L. Oxon. 227 p. 8°, London, 1871. Benrose & 
Sons, publishers. 

CINCINNATI SOCIETY— 

The institution and proceedings of the Society of the Cincinnati; 
formed by the officers of the United States at the cantonment on the 
banks of Hudson's River, May 10, 1783; with the proceedings of the 
Massachusetts State Society of the Cincinnati, from its organization, 
June 9, 1783, to July 4, 1811. 

112 p. 8°, Boston, 1812. Printed by Thomas B. Wait & Co. 

CINCINNATI SOCIETY, FRANCE— 

The Order of the Cincinnati in France, (L'Ordre de Cincinnatus) . 
Its organization and history; with the military or naval records of the 
French members who became such by reason of qualifying service in the 
army or navy of France, or of the United States in the War of the Revo- 
lution for American Independence. 

243 p. 8°. Published by the Rhode Island State Society of the Cincin- 
nati, 1905. 

COLLECTION OF NAMES— 

Collection of upwards of 30,000 names of German, Swiss, Dutch, 
French, and other immigrants in Pennsylvania, from 1727 to 1776, 
with a statement of the names of ships, whence they sailed and the date 
of their arrival at Philadelphia; chronologically arranged, etc. 



105 

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COLLECTIONS OF NAMES— 

Prof. I. Daniel Rupp. 495 p. 12°, Philadelphia, 1876. Ig. Kohler, 
publisher. 

COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA— 

Pennsylvania Society of, Pubs. Register of Pennsylvania Society 
of the Colonial Dames of America. Instituted April 8, 1891. Incorpo- 
rated July 13, 1891. 

193 p. 8°, Philadelphia, 1898. J. B. Lippincott Co., publishers. 

COLONIAL DAMES OF NEW YORK— 

Catalogue of the genealogical and historical library of the Colonial 
Dames of the State of New York. 

Miss L. Green, compiler. 518 p. 8°, New York, 1912. Published by 
the Colonial Dames of New York. Frederick H. Hitchcock, printer. 

COLONIAL FAMILIES— 

Colonial Families of the Southern States of America. A history 
and genealogy of colonial families, who settled in the colonies prior to 
the Revolution. 

Stella Pickett Hardy. 643 p. 8°, New York, 1911. Tobias A. Wright, 
publisher. 

Colonial Families of the United States of America. In which is 
given the history, genealogy, and armorial bearings of colonial families 
who settled in the American colonies from the time of the settlement 
of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 
1775. 

George Norbury -Mackenzie, LL.B., editor. 3 vols. New York-Boston, 1907, 
1911, 1912. The Grafton Press, Baltimore, and The Seaforth Press, publishers. 

COLONIAL WARS— 

Society of, Pubs. General Register of the Society of Colonial Wars, 
1899-1902." Constitution of the General Society. 

821 p. 8°, N. Y., 1902. 

A supplement to the General Register of the Society of Colonial 
Wars, a.d. 1906. 

386 p. 8°, Boston, 1906. Published by The Society. 

CREOLES OF ST. LOUIS— 

Paul Beckwith. 169 p. 8°, St. Louis, 1893. Nixon-Jones Printing Co., 
publishers. 

CROZIER'S GENERAL ARMORY— 

A Register of American families entitled to coat armor. 
William Armstrong Crozier, F.R.S., editor. 155 p. 8°, New York, 1904. 
Fox, Duffleld & Co., publishers. 

DAMES AND DAUGHTERS OF COLONIAL DAYS— 

Geraldine Brooks. 284 p. 8°, N. Y., Copyright 1900. Thomas Y. Crowell 
& Co., publishers. 

DAMES AND DAUGHTERS OF THE YOUNG REPUBLIC— 

Geraldine Brooks. 287 p. 12°, N. Y., 1901. Thomas Y. Cowell & Co., 
publishers. 



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DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION— 

Annual reports of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1890- 
1912. 

Published by The National Society, D. A. R. N. Y. and Washington, D. C. 
U. S. Government, publishers. 

Directory of the National Society of the Daughters of the American 
Revolution, 1901, 1908. 

List of officers, members and chapters. National Society. D.A.R. 

Published by The Nat. Soc. D. A. R., Washington, D. C. 2 vols. 1901, 
1908. See Nat. Soc. D. A. R. 

Lineage Book? of the National Socictv Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Vol. I, 1890, to Vol. XXXVI, 1912. 

Brief History of the D. A. R. Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson, 1913. 

DIARY AND LETTERS OF THOMAS HUTCHINSON^ 

Diary and letters of his excellency, Thomas Hutchinson, Esq. B. A. 
(Harvard) LL.D. (Oxon) Captain-General and Govornor-in-Chiof of 
his late Majesty's Province of Massachusetts Bay in North America. 
Peter Orlando Hutchinson. 2 vols. 8°, London, 1883-86. 

DTARY OF DAVID M'CLURE, 1748-1820— 

With notes, by Franklin B. Dexter. Edited by John P. Peters. 
David McClure! 219 p. 8°, N. Y., 1899. 

ENGLISH SURNAMES— 

An essay on family nomenclature, historical", etymological and 
humorous. With several illustrative appendices. 

Mark Anthony Lower. 2 vols. 8°, London, 1875. John Russel Smith, 
publisher. 

FRENCH SOLDIERS— 

French soldiers and sailors in American Revolution. List of. 
Senate Document No. 77, Fifty-eighth Congress Second Session. 
8°, Washington. D. C. U. S. Government, publisher, 1903-1904. 

GENEALOGICAL ARTICLES— 

Genealogical articles, list of titles in American periodicale and 

kindred works, giving the name, residence and earliest date of the first 
settler of each family and adding deficiencies in brackets. 

Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers. 165 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1899. 

GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY— 

Genealogical Dictionary of the first settlers of New England, show- 
ing three generations of those who came before May, 1692. on the basis 
of Farmer's Register. 

James Savage. 4 vols. 8°, Boston, 1860-1862. Little, Brown & Co., 
publishers. 

Also Index to Savage's Genealogical Dictionary. 

Compiled by O. P. Dexter, M.A., LL.B. 38 p. 8°, New York, 1884. O. P, 
Dexter, publisher. 



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GENEALOGICAL REGISTER— 

Vol. I, 1913. Edited by William M. Mervine. 
332 p. 8°, Lancaster, Pa., 1913. Printed by The Wickersham Printing Co. 

GENEALOGY AND THE WEST— 

Mrs. Harriet Taylor. 

pp. 67-85, in Publication No. 14, Illinois State Historical Library, 
1909. 

HADDEN'S JOURNAL AND ORDERLY BOOKS— 

A Journal kept in and upon Burgoyne's Campaign in 1776 and 
1777, by Lieut. James M. Hadden, Royal Art. Also orders kept by him 
and issued by Sir Guy Carleton, Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne, and Major- 
General William Phillips in 1776, 1777 and 1778. With an explanatory 
chapter and notes, by Horatio Rogers. 

581 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1884. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers. 

HEADS OF FAMILIES— 

Heads of families at the first census of the United States, taken 
in the year 1790. The following states : Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, 
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, North Caro- 
lina, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia. 
4°, Washington, D. C. U. S. Government, publishers, 1908. 

HEITMAN'S— 

Historical register and dictionary of the United States Army from 
its organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903. 

Francis B. Heitman. 2 vols. 8°, Washington, D. C, 1903. U. S. Govern- 
ment, publishers. 

Register of officers of the Continental Army during the War of the 
Revolution, April, 1775, to December, 1783; new, revised and enlarged 
edition. 

Francis B. Heitman. 685 p. and a calendar for the years of the Revolu- 
tion. 8°, Washington, D. C., 1914. The Rare Book Shop Publishing Co., 
publishers. 

HINTS FOR TRACING PEDIGREE— 

Hints for tracing an Anglo-American pedigree in the old country, 
with a list of wills, from 1700 to 1725, in the Prerogative Court of 
Canterbury, England, of testators living or dying in America, and the 
West Indies. 

John Matthews (Genealogist). 28 p. 8°, London, n. d. Mitchell, printer. 

HISTORY OF THE VIRGINIA COMPANY OF LONDON— 

To and from the first colony, never before printed. 
Edward D. Neill. 432 p. 12°, Albany, 1869. Joel Munsell, publisher. 

ILLINOIS CONFERENCE, D.A.R.— 

Illinois Conference, Daughters of the American Revolution. Annual 
reports, 9th, 1905; 10th, 1906; 11th, 1907 ; 12th, 1908; 15th, 1911; 
l<;th, 1912, 17th, 1913. 

Published by The Illinois Conference D. A. R. 



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INDEX TO GENEALOGIES AND PEDIGREES— 

Index to genealogies and pedigrees in New England Historical and 

Genealogical Register for fifty years, January, 1847, to October, 1896. 
(Reprinted from Register, October, 1896.) William W. Wright, compiler. 

8°, Boston, 1896. 

IRISH RACE— 

Biographical history of the American Irish in Chicago. 
Charles F. Ffrench. 808 p. 4°, Chicago, 1897. American Biog. Co., 

publishers. 

IRISH RACE IN AMERICA— 

Edward O'Meagher Condon. 316 pp. 12°, New York, 1887. Ford's 
National Library. 

JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO NEW YORK— 

And a tour in several of the American colonies in 1679-80. By 
Jasper Dankers and Peter Sluyter, of Wiewerd in Friesland. Trans- 
lated from the original manuscript in Dutch for~the Long Island His- 
torical Society and edited by Henry C. Murphy. 

440 p. 8°, Brooklyn, 1867. Vol. I, Long Island Historical Society, Memoir. 

LIST OF GENEALOGIES— 

Being compiled by Semour Morris. 
17 p. 8°, Chicago, 1896. Seymour Morris. Publisher not given. 

MAYFLOWER AND HER LOG— 

July 15, 1620-May 6, 1621. Chiefly from original sources. 
375 p. 4°, Boston, 1901. Azel Ames, M.D. Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 
publishers. 

MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS— 

Mayflower Descendants, Illinois Society. Publications No. 2 
and 3. 

See Illinois Mayflower Descendants. 

MAYFLOWER PASSENGERS— 

Genealogies of the Mayflower Passengers. George W. Chamberlain. 
The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries. 
Vol. IV, No. 2, August, 1906. 
Vol. IV, No. 5, November, 1906. 
William Abbatt, publisher. N. Y., 1906. 

NATIONAL SOCIETY, D.A.R.— 

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage 
Books. Vol. I, 1890, to Vol. XXXVIII, 1913. 

Published by The National Society D. A. R., Washington and New York. 

Directory of the Society, 1901, 1908. 

See Daughters of the American Revolution. 

NARRATIVE OF THE INDIAN WARS— 

Narrative of the Indian wars in New England, from the first plant- 
ing thereof, in 1607 to 1677, etc., preface, 8 pages. 

288 p. 16°, Boston, 1775. Printed by John Boyle. 2d American edition. 



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NEW ENGLAND HISTOKIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY— 

Memorial Biographies. Vols. I-IX, 1845-1897. 
8°, Boston. New England Historic-Genealogical Society, publishers. 

NEW ENGLAND— 

The first settlers of New England, or conquest of the Pequods, 
Xarragansetts and Pokanokets, as related by a mother to her children. 
By a lady of Massachusetts. 

Lydia M. Child. 282 p. 12°, Boston, 1828. Munroe & Francis, printers. 

Historical and Genealogical Eegister. Vol. I, 1847, to Vol. 
I A VIII, 1914. 

8°, Boston, 1847-1914. New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 
publishers. 

OLD NEW ENGLAND CHUECHES AND THEIR CHILDREN— 
Dolores Bacon. 442 p. 8°, New York, 1906. Doubleday, Page & Co., 
publishers. 

ORDERLY BOOK OP SIR JOHN JOHNSON— 

During the Oriskany Campaign, 1776-1777; annotated by William 
L. Stone. With an historical introduction, illustrating the life of Sir 
John Johnson, Bart., by J. Watts de Peyster, LL.D. M.A., and some 
tracings from the footprints of the Tories or Loyalists in America, con- 
tributed by Theodorus B. Myers. 

273 p. 8°, Albany, N. Y., 1882. Joel Munsell & Sons, publishers. 

ORDERLY BOOK, (THE) — 

Of that portion of the American Army stationed at, or near Wil- 
liamsburg, Va., under the command of General Andrew Lewis, from 
March 18, 1776, to August 28, 1776. Printed from the original manu- 
script, with notes and introduction, by Charles Campbell. 

100 p. 8°. Privately printed. Copy No. 74. Richmond, Va., 1860. 

PIONEER MOTHERS OF AMERICA, (THE)— 

A record of the more notable women of the early days of the country, 
and particularly of the Colonial and Revolutionary periods. 

Harry Clinton Green and Mary Wolcott Green, A.B. 3 vols. 8°, New 
York and London, 1912. G. P. Putnam's Sons, publishers. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN AMERICA— 

History of the Presbyterian Church in America, from its origiu 
until the year 1760. With biographical sketches of its early ministers. 
Rev. Richard Webster. 720 p. 8°, Philadelphia, Pa., 1857. Joseph M. 
Wilson. 

QUEENS OF AMERICAN SOCIETY— 
Elizabeth F. Ellet. 
464 p. 8°, New York, 1867. Charles Scribner & Co., publishers. 

IIUCORDS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR— 

Containing the military and financial correspondence of dis- 
tinguished officers, and privates of regiments, companies and corps, with 
the dates of their enlistments; general orders of Washington, Lee, and 



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KECOKDS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR— 

Greene, at Germantown and Valley Forge; with a list of distinguished 
prisoners of war; the time of their capture, exchange, etc., to which is 
added the half pay acts of Congress, etc. 

W. T. R. Saffell. 554 p. 8°, New York, 1858. Pudney & Russell, pub- 
lishers. Also Index to, by J. T. McAllister. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Census of pensioners for revolutionary or military services; with 
their names, ages and places of residence as returned by the marshals of 
their several judicial districts, under the Act for taking the Sixth 
Census. 

195 p. 4°, Washington, D. C. U. S. Government, publishers, 1841. Printed 
by Blair & Rives. 

United States Congress. Resolutions, laws, and ordinances relating 
to the pay, half pay, commutation of half pay, bounty lands and other 
promises made by Congress, to the officers and soldiers of the Revolu- 
tion; to the settlement of accounts between the United States and 
the several states; and to funding the Revolutionary Debt. 

U, S. Congress, publishers. 506 p. 8°, Washington, D. C, 1838. Printed 
by Thomas Allen. Walter S. Franklin, compiler. 

SCIENCE OF GENEALOGY— 

The growing interest in this study in the United States. 
John R. Totten. pp. 129-142. In the New York Genealogical and 
Biographical Record. Vol. 41, No. 2, April, 1910. 

SCOTCH-IRISH— 

Scotch Highlanders in America. Prior to the peace of 1783. 
J. P. MacLean, Ph.D. 459 p. 8°. John Mackay, Glasgow, 1900. 

Scotch-Irish in America. Proceedings of the Scotch-Irish Con- 
gress, first session, 1889 to eighth, 1896. 

Published by order of the Scotch-Irish Society in America. Cincinnati, 
1889-1896. Robert Clarke & Co., publishers. 

Scotch-Irish. In history, as master builders of empires, states, 
churches, schools and civilization. 

(Rev.) James Shaw, D.D. 438 p. 8°, Springfield, 1899. Illinois State 
Register, publishers. 

Scotch-Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America. 

Charles Knowles Bolton. 398 p. 8°, Boston, 1910. Bacon & Brown, 
publishers. 

Sketches of the life and correspondence of Nathaniel Greene, 
Major-General of the Armies of the United States in the War of the 
Revolution. 

Compiled from original material. William Johnson. 2 vols. 4°, Charles- 
ton, S. C, 1822. Printed for the Author by A. E. Miller. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION— 

National Register of the Society, Sons of the American Revolution. 
A. Howard Clark, editor. 1035 p. 4°, Washington, D. C, 1902. National 
Society S. A. R., publishers. 

National Society, S. A. R., Pubs. Year Book, 1907, 1908, 1910. 



Ill 

GENERAL WORKS 

NATIONAL SOCIETY S. A. R.— 

A. Howard Clark, compiler. 8°, Baltimore and Washington. 
Sons of the American Revolution Illinois Society of. See Illinois. 

WAR 1812— 

Bounty Lands. Zenus Jones. Vellum Document signed by Presi- 
dent James Monroe, granting to Zenus Jones 160 acres of land in the 
Territory of Illinois for military services. Dated December 13, 1817. 

Bounty Lands. Vellum Document No. 7687. Signed by President 
James Monroe, granting to Henry Corey 160 acres of land in the Terri- 
tory of Illinois for military services. Dated December 13, 1817. 

A List of Pensions of the War of 1812. 

Byron N. Clark, editor. 171 p. 8°, Burlington and Boston, 1904. Research 
Publishing Co., publishers. 

Military lists and other documents relating to Vermont history, 
found among the papers of Captain Luke Parsons, who served as captain 
of cavalry in the War of 1812. Contributed by his great-grandson for 
permanent record in the Journal of American History. 

Carlos Parsons Darling. (Journal of American History. Vol. VI, No. 4, 
October-November-December, 1912. ) 

Roster of soldiers, sailors and marines of the War of 1812, Mexican 
War and the War of the Rebellion, residing in Nebraska June 1, 1893. 
John C. Allen, Secretary of State, compiler. 227 p. 8°, Lincoln, Neb., 
1893. State Printer. 

WTNSLOW, EDWARD— 

Governor Edward Winslow. His part and place in Plymouth 
Colony. 

William Copley Winslow. (Reprinted from N. Y. Genealogical and Bio- 
graphical Record, July, 1896.) 

WOMEN OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION— " 

Elizabeth F. Ellet. 3 vols. 12°, N. Y., 1848 and 1850. Baker & Scribner, 
publishers. 

WOMEN OF THE REVOLUTION— 
pp. 204-231, in Autumn Leaves. 
Mrs. C. M. Kirkland. 8°, New York, 1854. Charles Scribner, publisher. 



PERIODICALS 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL REGISTER— 

And Monthly Gazette, of the Patriotic Hereditary Societies of the 

United States of America. September, 1894, to February, 1895 ; Marcb, 

1895, to August, 1895; September, 1895, to February, 1896. 3 vols. 

Charles H. Browning, editor. 8°, Philadelphia, 1894-1896. The Historical 

Register Publishing Co. 

AMERICAN MONTHLY MAGAZINE— 
Vol. I, 1892, to date, 1914. 

National Society D. A. R., publishers. Washington and New York, 1892- 
1914. 



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CALIFORNIA REGISTER— 
Vol. I, No. 1, April, 1900. 
California Genealogical Society, publishers, San Francisco, 1900. 

CALDWELL CHRONICLE— 

Vol. I, No. 1, October 19, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 2, November 2, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 3, November 16, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 4, December, 1899. 
Vol. I, No. 5, March, 1900. 
8°, Providence, R. I., 1899-1900. Augustine Caldwell, publisher. 

ESSEX ANTIQUARIAN— 

A monthly magazine devoted to the biography, genealogy and 
history of Essex County, Mass. 

Vol. I, 1897, to Vol. XIII, 1909.. (Publication ceased with Vol. 
XIII, 1909.) 

Sidney Perley, editor. 8°, Salem, Mass., 1897-1909. The Essex Anti- 
quarian, publishers. 

GENEALOGICAL ADVERTISER— 

A quarterly magazine of family history. 
Lucy Hall Greenlaw, publisher, Cambridge, Mass. 

GENEALOGICAL BULLETINS— 

Nos. I and II, September 15, 1903 ; October 24, 1903. 
8°, Boston, 1903. Research Publishing Co., publishers. 

GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE— 

Vol. I, No. 3, June, 1905. 

Eben Putnam & Stephen Sharpies, editors. 8°, Boston, 1905. Eben 
Putnam, publishers. 

GENEALOGICAL QUARTERLY— 

Genealogical Quarterly and Magazine of New England Historv. 
Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, April, 1900-December, 1900. 
Vol. II, Nos. 1-4, April, 1901-December, 1901. 
New Series, Vol. Ill, Nos. 1-4, April, 1902-January, 100.;. 
Vol. IV, Nos. 1-4, April, 1903- January, 1904. . 
Vol. V, Nos. 1-4, April, 1904-January, 1905. 
8°, Salem, Mass. Eben Putnam, editor and publisher, 1900-1905. 

HISTORICAL BULLETIN— 

Vol. VI, No. 38, February, 1905. 
Vol. VI, No. 40, April, 1905. 
Vol. VIII, No. 51, March, 1906. 
Newton L. Collamer. 8°, Washington, D. C, 1905-1906. 

HISTORICAL MAGAZINE— 

With Notes and Queries. 
Vol. I, 1857-1874. Series 1, 2, 3. 

8°, Boston and New York., Morrisiana, N. Y. Henry B. Dawson, editor. 
C. Benjamin Richardson, publishers. 



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HISTORICAL MAGAZINE WITH NOTES AND QUERIES— 

Extra Numbers I, 1907, to XXXI, 1914. Magazine of History. 
With Notes and Queries. 

William Abbatt, publisher, New York. 

JOURNAL OF AMERICAN ANCESTRY— 

Vol. I, 1912, to Vol. IV, 1914. 
Lyman Weeks, editor. Pub. N. Y. 

JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY— 
Vol. I, 1907, to Vol. VIII, 1914. 

4°, New York, 1907-1914. Assc. Pubs, of American Records. Frank Alla- 
ben Genealogical Co., publishers. 

JOURNAL OF HISTORY— 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Lamoni, 
la. Vol. I, 1908, to Vol. VII, 1914. 

Published by The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints, Lamoni, Iowa. 

KEIM AND ALLIED FAMILIES— 

Monthly Periodical No. 1 (sample copy), December, 1898. 
De B. Randolph Keim, editor, Harrisburg, Pa., 1898. 

KINGS COUNTY, (N. Y.)— 
Genealogical Club Collections. 
Vol. I, No. 1, 1882, and Vol. I, Nos. 5, 6, 1894. 
8°, New York, 1882, 1894. Kings County Genealogical Club, publishers. 

LEWISIANA, OR THE LEWIS LETTER PERIODICAL— 

Relating to the Lewis Family, April, 1899. 
Pams. Odd Nos. Carll A. Lewis, publisher. 

MAGAZINE OF HISTORY WITH NOTES AND QUERIES— 

See Historical Magazine with Notes and Queries. 
MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT— 

A quarterly magazine of Pilgrim Geneabgv and History. 

Vol. Ill, No. 4, October, 1901. 

286 p. 8°, Boston, 1901. Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, 
publishers. 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Proceedings of. Vol. I to Vol. VI, 1907-1913. 

Benjamin F. Shambaugh, editor. Published at Iowa City and Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, 1907-1914. 

NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REG- 
ISTER— 

New England Historical and Genealogi3al Register. 

Vol. I, 1847, to Vol. LXVIII, 1914. 

8°, Boston, 1847-1914. New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 
publishers. 

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\K\V YORK GENEALOGICAL WD BIOGBAPfflCAL KB( <»i;i> 

Vol. I, 1870, to Vol. XLV, 1914. (Index Vols. I to XXXVIII. 
1907.) 

45 vols. 4°, N. Y., 1870-1914. New York Genealogical and Biographical 
Society, publishers. 

NORTH CAROLINA BOOKLET— 

Published by the North Carolina Daughters of the American 
Revolution. 

Vol. X, 1910, Vol. XI, 1911, Vol. XII, 1913, Vol. XIII, 1914. 
8°, Raleigh, N. C, 1910-1914. Published by The N. C. Society of D. A. R. 

OLD NORTHWEST GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY PUBLISHERS— 

The Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly, Vol. I, 1898, to date, 
1913. 

8°, Columbus, O., 1898-1913. The Old Northwest Genealogical Society, 
publishers. 

PENNSYLVANIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY PUBLICA- 
TIONS— 
Vol. I, No. 1, January, 1895; Vol. I, No. 2, July, 1890. 
Record Series No. 1, July, 1896. 
Vol. I, No. 3, July, 1897. 

Vol. I, No. IV, December, 1898; Vol. II, No. 1, .Tunc. 1900. 
Vol. II, No. 2, May, 1902; Vol. II, No. 3, June, 1903. 
Vol. Ill, No. 1, January, 1906; Vol. TIT, No. 2, January. 1907. 
Vol. Ill, No. 3, June, 1908. 

Vol. IV, No. 1, March, 1909; Vol. IV, No. 2, March, 1910. 
8°, Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania Historical Society, publishers. 

PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE OF BIOGRAPHY AND HIS- 
TORY— 

Vol. I, 1877, to Vol. XXXVIII, 1914. 

38 vols. 4°, Philadelphia, 1877-1914. Pennsylvania Historical Society, 
publishers. 

PENNSYLVANIA— 

Notes and Queries, historical, biographical and genealogical ; relating 
chieflv to interior Pennsylvania. 

Third Series (reprint), Vols. I, II, III, 1895-1896. 

Fourth Series, Vol. I, 1893. 

Annual Volumes, 1896-1900; 5 vols. 

William Henry Bgle, M.D., M.A., editor. 8°, Harrisburg, Pa. Harrisburg 
Publishing Co. 

PUTNAM'S MONTHLY AND HISTORICAL MAGAZINE— 

July, 1892; March, 1893; April, 1895; October, 1895. 
Eben Putnam, editor and publisher, Salem, Mass. 

SALEM PRESS— 

Historical and Genealogical Record. 
Eben Putnam, editor and publisher. I No. January, 1892. 



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SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
MAGAZINE— 

Vol. I, 1900, to Vol. XV, 1914. 

8°, Charleston, S. C, 1900-1914. Published by The S. C. Historical 
Society. 

UTAH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY PUBLISHERS— 
The Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine. 
Vol. I, 1910, to Vol. V, 1914. 
8°, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1910-1914. 

VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY— 

Vol. I, 1893, to Vol. XXII, 1914. 
Virginia Historical Society, publishers. Richmond, Va. 

WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE QUARTERLY— 

Vol. I, 1892, to Vol. XXII, 1914. 

(Except Vol. Ill, No. 1, July, 1894.) 

(Except Vol. VI, No. 1, July, 1897.) 
Lyon G. Tyler, M.A., editor. Williamsburg, Va., 1892-1914. William and 
Mary College, publishers. 



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PUBLICATIONS OF THE ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL 
LIBRARY AND SOCIETY 

No. 1. ♦A Bibliography of Newspapers published in Illinois prior to 
1860. Prepared by Edmund J. James, Ph.D., and Milo J. Loveless, graduate 
student in the University of Chicago. 94 p. 8°, Springfield, 1899. 

No. 2. ♦Information relating to the Territorial Laws of Illinois, passed 
from 1809 to 1812. Prepared by Edmund J. James, Ph.D., 15 p. 8°, Spring- 
field, 1899. 

No. 3. *The Territorial Records of Illinois. Edited by Edmund J. James, 
Ph.D., professor in the University of Chicago. 170 p. 8°, Springfield, 1901. 

No. 4. ""Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society for the Year 
1900. Edited by E. B. Greene, Ph.D., secretary of the society. 65 p. 8°, 
Springfield, 1900. 

No. 5. ♦Alphabetic Catalog of the Books, Manuscripts, Pictures and 
Curios of the Illinois State Historical Library. Authors, Titles and Subjects. 
Compiled by the librarian, Mrs. Jessie Palmer Weber. 363 p. 8°, Springfield, 
1900. 

No. 6 to 17. *Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society for 
the Years 1901 to 1912. (Nos. 6 to 12 out of print.) 

♦Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. I. Edited by H. W. Beckwith, Presi- 
dent Board of Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 642 p. 
8°, Springfield, 1903. 

♦Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. II. Virginia Series, Vol. I. Edited 
by Clarence W. Alvord. CLVI and 663 p. 8°, Springfield, 111., 1907. 

♦Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. III. Lincoln-Douglas Debates of 
1858. Lincoln Series, Vol. I. Edited by Edwin Erie Sparks, Ph.D., 627 p. 8°, 
Springfield, 111., 1908. 

♦Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. IV. Executive Series, Vol. I. The 
Governors' Letter-Books, 1818-1834. Edited by Evarts Boutell Greene and 
Clarence Walworth Alvord. XXXII and 317 p. 8°, Springfield, 111., 1909. 

Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. V. Virginia Series, Vol. II, Kaskas- 
kia Records, 1778-1790. Edited by Clarence Walworth Alvord. L and 681 p. 
8°, Springfield, 111., 1909. 

♦Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. VI. Bibliographical Series, Vol. I. 
Newspapers and Periodicals of Illinois, 1814-1879. Revised and enlarged 
edition. Edited by Franklin William Scott. CIV and 610 p. 8°, Springfield, 
1910. 

♦Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. VII. Executive Series, Vol. II. 
Governors' Letter-Books, 1840-18*53. Edited by Evarts Boutell Greene and 
Charles Manfred Thompson. CXVIII and 469 p. 8°, Springfield, 1911. 

Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. VIII. Virginia Series, Vol. III. 
George Rogers Clark Papers, 1771-1781. Edited with introduction and notes 
by James Alton James. CLXVII and 715 p. 8°, Springfield, 1912. 

♦Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. IX. Bibliographical Series, Vol. II. 
Travel and Description, 1765-1865. Solon Justus Buck. 514 p. 8°, Spring- 
field, 111. 

♦Bulletin of the Illinois State Historical Library. Vol. I, No. 1, Sep- 
tember, 1905. Illinois in the Eighteenth Century. By Clarence Walworth 
Alvord, University of Illinois. 38 p. 8°, Springfield, 1905. 

♦Bulletin of the Illinois State Historical Library, Vol. I, No. 2, June 1, 
1906. Laws of the Territory of Illinois, 1809-1811. Edited by Clarence W. 
Alvord, University of Illinois. 34 p. 8°, Springfield, 1906. 

♦Circular Illinois State Historical Library. Vol. I, No. 1, November, 1905. 
Art outline for the study of Illinois State history. Compiled by Jessie Palmer 
Weber and Georgia L. Osborne. 94 p. 8°, Springfield, 1905. 

Publication No. 18. List of the Genealogical Works in the Illinois State 
Historical Library. Georgia L. Osborne, compiler. 8°, Springfield, 1914. 

Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. I, April, 1909 to 
Vol. VII, No. 2, July, 1914. 

Journals out of print: Vols. I, II, III, IV. 

♦ Out of print 



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APPENDIX 



These are a few valuable works, some of which have been added 
to the collection since the original manuscript was placed in the hands of 
the printer. 

CONNECTICUT, STATE— 

Hartford, Connecticut. Early Hartford Vital Records. 

Original distribution of the lands in Hartford among the settlers, 
1639. See Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society. Volume 
XIV. 

'ilG p. 8°, Hartford, Conn., 1912. Published by The Society. 

ILLINOIS, STATE— 

University of Illinois, publishers. 

The Alumni Record of the University of Illinois. Including his- 
torical sketch and annals of the University and biographical data regard- 
ing members of the faculties and the Boards of Trustees. 

James Herbert Kelley, editor. 921 p. 8°, Urbana-Champaign. The Lake- 
side Press. R. R. Donnelley, publishers, 1913. 

KENTUCKY, STATE— 

Bourbon County. 

History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, pre- 
ceded by a brief synopsis of the Blue Grass Region. 

815 p. 4°, Chicago, 1882. William Henry Perrin, editor. O. L. Brackin, 
publisher. 

KENTUCKY, STATE— 

Franklin County, Kentucky, History of. 
By L. F. Johnson, B.A., M.A. 286 p. 8°, Frankfort, Ky., 1912. 

KENTUCKY, STATE— 

Harrison County, History of. See Bourbon County. 
KENTUCKY, STATE— 

Jessamine County. A history of Jessamine County, Kentucky, from 
its earliest settlement to 1898. 

By Bennett H. Young. S. M. Duncan, associate author. 288 p. 8°, 
Louisville, Ky., 1898. Courier- Journal, publishers. 

KENTUCKY, STATE— 

Muhlenberg County, History of. 

By Otto A. Rothert. 496 p. 8°, Louisville, Ky., 1913. John P Morton 
Co., publishers. 

KENTUCKY, STATE— 

Nicholas County, History of. See Bourbon County. 



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KENTUCKY, STATE— 

Scott County, History of. See Bourbon County. 
MAINE, STATE— 

History of the City of Belfast in the State of Maine, from its first 
settlement in 1770 to 1875. 

By Joseph Williamson. 956 p. 8°, Portland, Me., 1877. Loring, Short 
and Harmon, publishers. 

MAINE, STATE— 

History of the City of Belfast in the State of Maine. Volume II, 
1875-1900. 

By Joseph Williamson. Completed and edited by Alfred Johnson. 69G 
p. 8°, Boston and New York, 1913. Houghton, Mifflin Company, publishers. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, STATE— 

War of the Revolution. See Vol. XIV, XV, XVI, XVII. 
New Hampshire State Papers. 

NEW JERSEY, STATE— 

Cumberland County, New Jersey. 

Gouldtown. A very remarkable settlement of ancient date. Studies 
of some sturdy examples of the simple life, together with sketches of 
early colonial history of Cumberland County and Southern New Jersey 
and some early genealogical records. 

William Steward, A.M., and Rev. Theophilus G. Steward, D.U. 237 p. 8°, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1913. J. B. Lippincott Co., publishers. 

NEW JERSEY, STATE— 

Gouldtown, New Jersey. See Cumberland County. 

NEW JERSEY, STATE— 

New Jersey as a colony and as a state. 

By Francis Bazley Lee. 4 vols. 8°, New York, 1903. Publishing Society 
of New Jersey. 

TEXAS, STATE— 

Early settlers and Indian fighters of Southwest Texas. 
By A. J. Lowell. 84"4 p. 8°, Austin, Texas, 1900. Ben C. Jones & Co., 
printers. 

VERMONT, STATE— 

War of 1812. 

A list of the pensioners of the War of 1812. Record kept by Wil- 
liam G. Shaw of Burlington, Vermont. 

Byron N. Clark, editor. 171 p. 8°, Burlington, Vt., 1904. Research Print- 
lag Company, publishers. 

VIRGINIA— 

Richmond, Virginia. 

Richmond, her past and present. 

By W. Asbury Christian, D.D. 618 p. 8°, Richmond, 1912. Manufactured 
by L. H. Jenkins. 



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WEST VIRGINIA— 

West Virginia and its people. In three volumes. 

By Thomas Condit Miller and Hu Maxwell. 4°, New York, 1913. Lewis 
Historical Publishing Company. 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

BREESE — 

See page 265. In American Monthly Magazine. Volume XVTT, 
May, 1913. 

Published Nat. Soc. D. A. R., N. Y. 1913. 

CASAD— 

The Casad and Stites Families. 
By Edmund J. James. 

See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Volume VIT, 
No. 2, July, 1914. 

CLENDENIN FAMILY— 

Synoptical family history, giving sketches of the Glendowyn, Glen- 
dening, Clendenin, Clendening, etc., family. Historical and Inferential. 
20 p. 8°, Springfield, 111. n. d. Register Office, publishers. 

CONGDON— 

George Edward Congdon. One hundred thirty-eight generations 
from Adam, being a pedigree traced from Adam to the present time. 
54 p. 12°. Herbert, printer, 1910. 

COONS— 

Coons family genealogical chart. 
By Percival Coons Wilbur. 311 Almo street, Palo Alto, Cal. 

CULLOM— 

Shelby M. Cullom. 

Fifty years of public service. Personal recollections; of Shelby M. 
Cullom. 

467 p. 8°, Chicago, 1911. A. C. McClurg & Co., publishers. 

DOUGLAS— 

Autobiography of Stephen A. Douglas. 

Frank E. Stevens, pp. 323-342. Tn Vol. 5, No. 3, Oct. 1912. Journal 
of the Illinois State Historical Society. 
See also various lives of Douglas by — 
Brown, William Garrott. 
Carr, Clark E. 
Gardner, William. 
Johnson, Allen. 
Milburn, Rev. William A. 
Sheahan, James W. 

DUBOIS— 

Sketch of the Dubois family ; pioneers of Indiana and Illinois. 
By Helen L. Allen. See pp. 50-65 in Vol. 5, No. 1, April, 1912, Journal 
of the Illinois State Historical Society. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

FORDHAM— 

Elias Pym Fordham. 

Personal narrative of travels in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, 
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky; and a residence in the Illinois Territory, 1817- 
1818. With fac-similes of the author's sketches and plans. 

Edited by Frederic Austin Ogg, A.M. 242 p. 8°. The Arthur H. Clark 
Co.. publishers. 1906. Cleveland, O. 

FORMAN— 

David Forman, 1745-1797. 

Jonathan Forman, 1755-1809. 

Thomas Forman, 1758-1845. 

Three Revolutionary soldiers. 

Mrs. Charles S. Fairchild and Charles Forman Corts. 28 p. 12°, Cleve- 
land, O., 1902. The Forman, Bassett, Hatch Co., publishers. 

GALLAHER FAMILY— 

See "An Old Tennessee Deed," Lansden. Journal Illinois State 
Historical Society. Vol. VI, No. 4, January, 1914. 
GLENDOWYN— 

Synoptical family history, giving sketches of the Olendowyn, Glen- 
dening, Clendenin, Clendening, etc., family. Historical and Inferential. 
20 p. 8°, Springfield, 111. n. d. Register Office, publishers. 

HANKS— 

Nancy Hanks, the story of Abraham Lincoln's mother. 
By Caroline Hanks Hitchcock. 105 p. 12°, New York, 1899. Doubleday 
& McClure Co., publishers. 

KANE-*- 

Caroline M. B. Kane. 

Biographical sketch. See pp. 527-535. Tn Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society. Volume V, No. 4. January, 1913. 
LINCOLN— 

The "Lincoln Poor White Legend." 
By Prof. Olynthus B. Clark. 

Address before the Illinois State Historical Society, 1913. 
LINCOLN— 

Nancy Hanks, the story of Abraham Lincoln's mother. 
By Caroline Hanks Hitchcock. 105 p. 12°, New York, 1899. Doubleday 
& McClure Company, publishers. 

LOGAN— 

John A. Logan. 

Life and services of General John A. Logan. 

By George Francis Dawson. 580 p. 8°, Chicago, 1887. Belford, Clarke 
& Co., publishers. 

MARTIN— 

Ephraim Martin, Esquire. Colonel of the Fourth New Jersey Regi- 
ment of the Continental line. 
By Edmund J. James. 

See Journal of the Illinois State Histc rical Society. Vol. VII, No. 
2, July, 1914. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES 

OGLESBY— 

Eichard J. Oglesby. 
A sketch of Richard J. Oglesby, 1884. 
By Franc. B. Wilkin. Springfield, 1909. 21 p. 8°. 

PALMER— 

John M. Palmer. 

Personal recollections of John M. Palmer. 
631 p. 8°, Cincinnati, 1901. The Robert Clarke Co., publishers. 

SEMPLE— 

General James Semple. 
By Mary Semple Ames Cushman. 

See pp. 62-74. In publication No. 10, Illinois State Historical 
Library, 1905. 

STITES— 

The Casad and Stites families. 
By Edmund J. James. 

See Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. VII, No. 
2, July, 1914. 

TRUMBULL— 

Lyman Trumbull. 

The life of Lyman Trumbull. 

By Horace White. 458 p. 8°, Boston and N. Y., 1913. Houghton, Mifflin 
Co., publishers. 

WEMPLE— 

Family of Jacksonville, Kewanee and Waverly, Illinois. 

See New York Genealogical Record. Vol. XLIV, No. 3, July, 
1913; No. 4, October, 1913. 

GENERAL WORKS 

GENERAL WORKS— 

Bibliographia Genealogica Americana. 

An Alphabetical Index to American Genealogies and Pedigrees, etc. 

Daniel P. Durrie. Albany, N\ Y., 1886. Joel Munsell's Sons, publishers. 



122 



INDEX 



PAGE 

Abbe (family) Genealogy 70 

Aberdeen, S.D 57 

Abington, Mass., History of the town of. ..... 28 

Accawmacke, Va., Eastern shore of Virginia 

in the seventeenth century 60 

Ackerley Family 45, 71 

Adams, Andrew N., History of the Town of 

Fairhaven, Vt 58 

Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., Wessangusset 

and Weymouth, Mass 33 

Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., Weymouth 

thirty years later 33 

Adams County, III., In the Military Tract. . l'< 
Adams, Henry C, Jr., comp. Indiana at 

Vicksburg 21 

Adams, William Frederick, comp. James 
Hayward. Killed in the Battle of Lexing- 
ton, April 19, 1775, with genealogical notes 

relating to the Hay wards 72, 82 

Adams, Wm. Frederick and Cutter, Wm. 
Richard, comps. Genealogical and per- 
sonal memoirs of Massachusetts 30 

Addison County, Vt 59 

Addison Family 71 

See Selden 96 

Alabama, State Archives and History Depart- 
ment of : 5 

Alabama State— Birmingham, Ala 91 

Alabama State— Carrollton, Ala 5 

Alabama State — Early settlers of Alabama.. 5 
Alabama State— Mobile, founding of, 1702-18. . 5 
Alabama State— Official and Statistical Re- 
port of 1911 5 

Alabama State— Pickens County, History of. . 5 
Albany County, N. Y.— First settlers of the 
ancient county of Albany from 1(>30-1800.. 40 

Albany, N. Y 

3, 6, 55, 56, 62, 92, 94, 102, 103, 104. 106, 107, 109 

Albright, James W., Greensboro, N.C., 1808- 

1904 46 

Alden Family— John Alden of Ashfleld, Mass. 71 
Alden. Frank Wesley, comp., John Alden of 
Ashfleld, Mass. and Chatauqua County, N.Y. 

His Alden ancestors and descendants 71 

Aler, F. Vernon — History of Martinsburg and 

Berkley County, W.Va 69 

Alexander Family 71 

S««Selden 96 

Alexander, La 94 

Alexandria, Va.. Old Christ Church in, his- 
torical sketch of 60 

Allaben, Frank— John Watts De Peyster 

Vol. I only 78 

Allen County, Ind.— History of the Maumee 

River Basin, Allen County, Indiana 19 

Allen Family 71 

See Selden 96 

Allen, Helpn L.— "The Dubois Family," 
Pioneers of Indiana and Illinois, See 
Append x 
Allen JohnC, Secretary of State of Nebraska. 

34,111 

Allerton Family 71 

Allerton, Walter S.— History of the Allerton 

Family in the United. States 1585-1885 "1 

Alsace-Lorraine, Germany 80 

Alton, 111 12 



PAGE 

Alvord. Clarence Walworth, editor, The 
Cahokia Records; Kaskaskiu Record! 
ernors Letter Books, 1818-1834; Illinois in 
the Eighteenth Century; Laws of the Terri- 
tory of Illinois, 1809-1811 116 

Amenia.N.Y 40 

America 

11,74,75,76,80,81,82,92,95,96,100,106,107,11(1.111 

America, Baptist Church in, see Asplund 

..5,9,10,22,27,28,36,37,40,45,50,54,55,58,60,104 

America, Colonial Dames of, New York So- 
ciety 105 

America, Colonial Dames of, Pennsylvania 
Society 105 

America, Colonial families of the Southern 
States of 105 

America— Colonial Familes of the United 
States of America, by George Norbury 
Mackenzie 105 

America Dissected by (Rev.; J. McSparran, 
D.D 55 

America Heraldica, compilation of coats* of 
arms, crests, etc 102 

America, Irish Race in, bv Edward O'Meagher 
Condon '. 108 

America, Pioneer Mothers of 109 

America, Presbyterian Church in, History of 
from its origin to the year 1760 109 

America, Scotch Highlanders in, prior to the 
peace of 1783 103, 104. im 

America— Scotch-Irish in History, as Master 
Builders of Empires, States, Churches. 
Schools and Civilization, by Rev. James 
Shaw 110 

America— Scotch-Irish Pioneers in Ulster and 
America, by Charles Knowles Bolton 110 

America, Scotch-Irish Society in, proceedings 
of 11" 

American Ancestry— Giving the name and the 
descent in the male line of Americans whose 
ancestors settled in the United States pre- 
vious to 1776, 12 vols UH 

American aDd English Genealogies in the Li- 
brary of Congress 102. 103 

American Education Society Publications- 
Quarterly Register and Journal of the 
American Education Society 103 

American Genealogies, Alphabetic Index to 
by Daniel P. Durrie, See Appendix. 

American Genealogies— Index to American 
genealogies and to genealogical material con- 
tained in all works, such as town histories, 
county histories, local histories, etc., etc 103 

"American Genealogist" (The)— Catalogue of 
familv histories and publications 71,103 

American Historical Register 1894, 1895, 1896. Ill 

American Home Missionary Society, State of 
\V isconsin "0 

American-Irish Historical Society— Annual 
address by the president, Uen. Edward C. 
Moseley 103 

American Irish in Chicago, Biographical His- 
tory of 108 

American Magazine with Notes and Queries 
81,94,98 

American Monthly Magazine, published by 
the National Society D. A. R Ill 

American Prisoners of the Revolution 103 



123 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

American Revolution— Daughters of the 

American Revolution 

3, 12, 14, 46, 49, 57, 106. 107, 108, HI 

Americans of Royal Descent, Index to inter- 
marriages of 103 

Amherst, N.H., History of 36 

Amos, Anna, Descendants of 101 

Amos Familv, see Wallbridge 101 

Anderson Family 71 , 72, 78, 83, 93, 94 

Anderson, W. K. — Genealogy of Hon. James 

Semple 96 

Andover, Mass., South Church of, historical 

manual 28 

Andrew, (Hon.) John Albion, LL.D 71 

Andrew Family 71 

Angell, James B., President of the University 

of Michigan 33 

Anglo-American pedigree in the old country, 

hints for tracing 107 

Annals of Lyndon, Osage County, Kansas, 

by Charles R. Green 93 

Anthon, Henry, D.D— St. Mark's Church on 
the Bowery, New York City, historical no- 
tices from A.D. 1795 to A.D. 1845 43 

Antisdale Family 71 

Antisdel Family 71 

Antisell, Christopher , 71,100 

Antisell Family 71, 100 

Antisell, Lawrence 71, 100 

Antisell, Mary 71, 100 

Arbuthnot, ( A dmiral) Mariot 55 

Archaeological and Historical Society of Ohio, 

Publications of 48 

Archives and History, Department of Ala- 
bama 5 

Arch ives of the Indies at Seville 35 

Archives of New Jersey 37 

Archives of Pennsylvania 50 

Archives of West Virginia, Department of 69 

Arkansas State— Fayetteville, Ark 5 

Arkansas — Historical Association, proceed- 
ings of 6 

Armistead Family 71 

SeeSelden 96 

Armstrong, William Clinton, A.M.— Lundy 
Family and their descendants of whatever 
surname, with a biographical sketch of 

Benjamin Lundy 88 

Arnold, (Col.) Benedict 48 

Arnold, James N., Rehoboth, Mass., vital 

records of, 1642-1896 31 

Arnold, Samuel Greene— History of the State 
of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations 55 

Arnott Family 71 

See McMillan 89 

Arnott, Mary 89 

Arthur, William, M. A.— Etymological diction- 
ary of family and christian names with an 

essay on their derivation and import 103 

Ashfield, Mass 71 

Asplund. John — Annual Register of the Bap- 
tist Denomination in North America; to the 

first of November, 1790 

-.5,9,10,22,27,28,36,37.40,45,50,54,55,58,60,104 

Athens County, Ohio, History of 48 

Atkinson, Brig. Gen. Henry, Order and Letter 

Book of, in the Black Hawk War 17 

Atkinson, (Brig. Gen.) Henry, Report of his 

conduct of the Black Hawk War 17 

Atlanta, Ga 10, 11 

Atwater, Edward E— History of the Colony of 
New Haven and its Absorption into Con- 
necticut, etc 7 

Atwater, Francis— History of the Town of Ply- 
mouth, Conn., etc 8 

Augusta County, Va., Annals of, with remin- 
iscences, biographical sketches 60 

Augusta County, Va 54,60 

Augusta County, Va., Court Records of, 1745- 

1800 60 

Augusta County, Va.— Historical Register and 
Literary Note Book, Virginia, April, 1850.. 60 



PAGE 

Augustin, James M 25 

Aurora, N. Y 87 

Austin Family 71, 72, 78, 83, 93 

Austin, John Osborne, comp. Ancestry of 
Thirty- three Rhode Islanders Born in the 

18th Century, etc., etc 54 

Austin, John Osborne — Genealogical Diction- 
ary of Rhode Island 54, 55 

Austin, Tex 58 



Bacon, Dolores— Old New England Churches 

and their Children 109 

Bailey Family 72 

Bailey. Frederick W., Comp. The Record of 

my Ancestry 72 

Baker, Virginia— History of Warren, Rhode 

Island in the War of the Revolution 55 

Balch Family 72,93 

See Peastee 93 

Baldwin, Jane (Jane Baldwin Cotton), Comp. 

Maryland Calendar of Wills 27 

Ball Family 72 

See Selden 96 

Ballard, (Rev.) Edward— Memorial volume of 

the Popham celebration August 29, 1862 26 

Ballard Family 72 

Baltimore, Md 10, 27, 86, 95, 96, 97, 99, 105 

Baltimore, Md.— Chronicles of Baltimore; 
being a complete history of Baltimore town 
and Baltimore city from the earliest period 

to the present time 27 

Bangor. Me 25, 26 

Baptist Church— Annual Register of the Bap- 
tist Denomination in North America; to 
the first of November, 1790, by John Asplund 
. .5, 9, 10, 22, 27, 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54, 55, 58, 60. 104 
Baptist Church, Iowa— Historical sketches of 

Iowa Baptists 22 

Baptist Church— Western States, East of the 
Mississippi, History of, by Justin A.Smith, 

D.D 104 

Barber, John W. and Howe, Henry, comps. 

Historical Collections of New Jersey 38 

Barford, Lancaster County, Va 60, 76 

Barker Familv 71, 72, 78, 83, 93 

Barnard, Vt, Indianraid on August9, 1780 91 

Barnet, James, editor, Martyrs and Heroes of 

JJlinois 18 

Barney Family 72 

See Hayward 82 

Baron Family, See LeBaron 86 

Barradell, Edward— Colonial Decisions of the 

General Court of Virginia, 1728-1741 61 

Barrett Family 72 

Barrett, Joseph Hartwell, A.M 72 

Barrett, William 72 

Barry Family 72 

Barry, William— History of Framingham, 

Mass 29, 30, 32 

Bartlett Family 

72, 85, 89, 92. 93, 96. 98, 99, 100, 101, 102 

Bartlett, John Russell, editor, Records of the 
Colony of Rhode Island and Providence 

Plantations 54 

Barton, R. T. ? editor, Colonial Decisions — 
Reports by Sir John Randolph and Edward 
Barradell, General Court of Virginia, 1728- 

1741 61 

Bass, J. Lawrence— Flint Genealogy 80 

Basye Family 72, 76 

See Cloyd 76 

Batchellor, Albert Stillman, editor, Provincial 

and State Papers of New Hampshire 37 

Battle of Lake Erie, Kentuckians in 24 

Battle of Lexington, April 19. 177"> 78, S2 

Battle of Plattsburg, War of 1812 Ill 

See Clark, Byron, N., editor. 
Bausman, (Rov.) Joseph— History of Beaver 

County, Pa 50 

Bayles, Richard M.— Historical and Descrip- 
tive sketches of Suffolk County, N.Y 44 



124 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Baylor Family 72 

See Selden 96 

Beach, Bessie E., assistant editor— History of 

the Colony of New Haven 7 

Beale Family 72 

Beall Family, See Edwards 79 

Beaulieu Family 73, 87 

See LeSage 87 

Beaver County, Pennsylvania, History of 50 

Beckwith, A. C, editor, Beckwith Notes 73 

Beckwith, A. C. and Lane, H. W., comps.. 
Genealogical notes on the Families of Daniel 

Lane (2d) and Mary Griswold Lane 86 

Beckwith Family 73 

Beckwith, Hiram W., editor, History of Vigo 

and Parke Counties, Indiana 20 

Beckwith, Hiram W., Editor of Illinois His- 
torical Collections, Vol. 1 116 

Beckwith, Marvin 73 

Beckwith, Paul— Creoles of St. Louis 35.105 

Beland Family 73, 87 

See LeSage 87 

Belfast, Maine, History of the City of, Vol. I, 

1770-1875; Vol. II, 1875-1900, See Appendix. 

Bellet, Louise Pecquet du— Some Prominent 

Families of Virginia 67 

Belleville Family, see Belvel 72,73, 

77,78.79,83,85,88,89,92,93,96,98,99,100,101,102 

Belleville, 111 16,90 

Beloit, Wis 70 

Belvel (or Belleville) Family 72,73 

77, 78; 79, 83, 85, 88, 89, 92, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102 
Benjamin, B. M., comp., Benjamin Families 

from Columbia County, N.Y 73 

Benjamin Family 73 

Bennington, Vt., Early History of 58 

Benton Family 73 

Bergen County, N.J., Wills, 1804-1830 39 

Bergen, N.J.— Annals of the Classes of the 

Reformed Dutch Church 37 

Berkeley County, W.Va., History of 69 

Berkeley Family 73 

See Selden 96 

Berkshire County, Mass 31 

Bernheim, G. D.— History of the German Set- 
tlements and of the Lutheran Churches in 
North and South Carolina, from the Earliest 
Period of the Colonization of the Dutch, 
German and Swiss Settlers, to the close of 

the first half of the present century 46, 55, 56 

Berry, Daniel, M.D.— Morris Birkbeck, Arti- 
cle on 73 

Bethlehem, Conn 6 

See Woodbury, Conn 9 

Beverly Family 73 

See Selden 96 

Bibliographia Genealogica Americana, by 
Daniel P. Durrie— See Appendix 

Billerica, Mass., History of 28 

Birdsell Family 73, 91 

Birkbeck Family 73 

Birkbeck, Morris, by Daniel Berry, M.D.... 73 

Birmingham, Ala 91 

Bismark, N.D 47 

Bittinger, (Rev.) J. Q.— History of Haverhill, 

N.H 1 36 

Black Hawk War— Adjutant General's Re- 
port State of Illinois 17 

Black Hawk War— Atkinson, (Brig. Gen.) 
Henry, Order and Letter Book. Report of 

his conduct on, 1832 17 

Black Hawk War, 1831-32, Illinois Troops in 16, 17 
BlacklHawk War— Johnston, Albert Sidney, 

Order book of, 1832 17 

Black Hawk War— Reynolds, John -Militia 

Documents. 1832 17 

Black Hawk War— Reynolds, John, Orderly 

Book of, 1832 17 

Black Hawk War— Russell, (Prof.) John- 
Notes on the Black Hawk War 17 

Black Hawk War— Stevens, Frank E.— The 
Black Hawk War, including a review of 
Black Hawk's life 17 



PAGE 

Black Hawk War— Stevens, Frank E.— Still- 
man's Defeat 17 

Black Hawk War— Wakefield, John Allen- 
History of the War between the United States 
and the Sac and Fox Nations of Indians 
and Parts of Other Disaffected Tribes of 

Indians in the Years 1827, 1831-32 17 

Blackwelder Family 73,96 

Blackwelder, I. S., comp., Blackwelder and 

Scherer Families 73, 96 

Blaine, (Mrs.) E. V 52 

Blanchard, Charles, editor, History of Clay 

and Owen Counties, Indiana 19 

Bledsoe Family 57, 73 

See Sumner County, Tenn. 
Block Island, R.I., Epitaphs in the burying 

ground of 54 

Bloomington, Illinois 12 

13, 16, 19, 75, 78. 83, 85, 89, 90,92,96,98,99,100,101 ,102 
Bloomington, 111.— Daughters of the American 

Revolution, Year Books of Chapter 12 

Bloomington, 111.— Gravestone inscriptions in 
Bloomington and Randolph Townships, 

McLean County, 111 73 

Bloomington Township, McLean County, 111 . 12 

Boisseau Family 74 

Bolton, Charles Knowles— Scotch-Irish Pio- 
neers in Ulster and America 32, 110 

Bolton, Charles Knowles, comp., Marriage 
Notices for the whole United States, 1785- 

1794 30 

Bond, Henry — Genealogies of the Families 
and Descendants of the Early Settlers of 
Watertown, Mass., Etc., Etc., with a Me- 
moir of the Author, by Horatio Gates Jones, 

A.M 32,33 

Boogher, William Fletcher, comp., Gleanings 

of Virginia History 63 

Boone County, Ind., Portrait and Biograph- 
ical Record of W 

Boroimhe, Brian, monument to 90 

Boston, Mass 3,28,29,30,31,32,33,58, 

59, 61, 71, 78, 103, 104, 105, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113 
Boston, Mass., Epitaphs from Copp's Hill 

Burial Ground 28 

Boston, Mass.— History of South Boston, 

Formerly Dorchester Neck 28 

Boston, Mass.— Marriages of Rev. Thomas 

Foxcroft, A.M., Boston, 1717-1769 2* 

Boston, Mass.— Old South Church (Third 

Church). Historical Catalogue 1669-1882... 28 
Boston, Mass.— Roxbury Town, History of . . . 28 
Bourbon County, Ky.— History of Bourbon, 
Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties— Su 
Appendix. 
Bouton, Nathaniel, D.D., editor, Provincial 

and State Papers of New Hampshire — 18,37 
B outon, Nathaniel— History of Concord , N . 1 1 . 
from its first grant in 1725 to the organiza- 
tion of the city government in 1853, with a 
History of the Ancient Penacooks (with 

map) 36 

Bowditch Family— See New York Shelter 

Island Presbyterian Church 74 

Bowditch, Joel « 

Bowditch, John 44 

Bowie, (Col.) James 58 

Bowie, Rezin P 58 

Bowman, Isaac— Lieutenant Illinois Regi- 
ment War of the Revolution 14 

Bowman, Isaac S.— Son and executor of Isaac 

Bowman H 

Boyd, John— Annals and family records of 

Winchester, Conn 9 

Bradford, Conn.— See New Haven, Colony of. 6,7 

Bradford, Vt., History of 58 

Bradley, Isaac S., comp., Bibliography of 
Wisconsin's Participation in the War 

Between the States 70 

Bradley, Justus n . .*. 38 

Breckenridge Family 74 

See Selden % 

Breese Family— See Appendix. 



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PAGE 

Breese, Sidney— Family— See Appendix. 

Brewer Family 74 

See Selden 96 

Bricknell, Thomas Williams— Ancient Re- 
cords of Sowans, Mass 32 

Bridgewater, Mass., History of the early 
settlers of 28 

Bridgman, Thomas— Epitaphs from Copp's 
Hill Burial Ground 28 

Brinckerhoft Family 74 

Brine kerb off, Jon's Dircksen 74 

Brinkerhoff, Richard 74 

Bristol Parish, Va., History of 61 

Bristol Parish, Va., Vestry Book and Register 
of, 1720-1789 61 

British Army 47 

Brock, (Dr.) R. A.— Henrico Parish, Va., 
Vestry Book of, 1730-1773 63 

Brock, R. A. — Huguenot Emigration to Vir- 
ginia, and the settlement at Manakin Town 
with an appendix of genealogies 64 

Brock. R. A.— Official Records of Robert Din- 
widdie, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony 
of Virginia, 1751-1758 65 

Bronson, Henry, M.D. — History of Water- 
bury, Conn., the original township embrac- 
ing present Watertown, Plymouth and 
parts of Oxford, Wolcott, Middlebury, 
Prospect and Naugatuck, with an appen- 
dix of biography, genealogy and statistics. . 9 

Brooklyn, N. Y 108 

Brooks, Charles — History of the Town of 
Medford, Mass 31 

Brooks Family 74 

See Greenlee 81, 82 

Brooks, Geraldine — Dames and Daughters of 
Colonial Days 105 

Brooks^ Geraldine — Dames and Daughters of 
the \ oung Republic 105 

Brooksville, Me., History of 25, 26 

Brown County, HI.— In the Military Tract 15 

Brown, Daniel — see New York Shelter Island 
Presbyterian Church 44 

Brown Family 44, 74 

See Selden 96 

Brown, (Rev.) John H., Trial of, by the West 
Lexington, Ky . Presbytery 23 

Brown, John Henry— Indian Wars and Pio- 
neers of Texas 58 

Brown, William Garrott — See Appendix. 

Browning, Charles H., editor, American His- 
torical Register, 1894, 1895, 1896 Ill 

Browning, Charles H.— Americans of Royal 
Descent, Index to Intermarriages of 103 

Browning, Edward Franklin, comp., Genea- 
logy of the Brownings in America from 1621 
to 1908 74 

Browning Family 74 

Buck, James S. — Milwaukee, Wis., Under the 
Charter from 1847 to 1853 70 

Buck, James S. — Pioneer History of Milwau- 
kee from first settlement in 1835 to 1841 70 

Buck, Solon Justus, editor, Travel and De- 
scription 1765-1865, Illinois Historical Col- 
lections, Vol. IX 116 

Buckley Family 74,86,95,96,97 

See Thomas. 

Bunker Family 74 

Bunker, Mary Powell— Long Island Genealo- 

fies, being Kindred Descendants of Thomas 
'owell 74, 93, 94 

Bureau County, 111., Part of, in the Military 

Tract 15 

Burgoyne's Campaign 1776 and 1777, Hadden'e 

Journal and Orderly Books 107 

Burgoyne, (Lieut. Gen.) John 107 

Burleigh, Charles, (comp.) Genealogy of the 

Burley or Burleigh family of America 74 

Burleigh Family 74 

Burley Family 74 

Burlington, la 22 



PAGE 

Burlington County, N.J., Wills, 1804-1830.. 39 

Burlington, Vt 5(1.11 1 

Burnham, (Capt. ) J. H.— John McLean, 

Article on 89 

Burr, Horace— Records of Holv Trinity (Old 
Swedes) Church Delaware from 1697 to 1773, 

Etc., translated by 10 

Burrows, Senator, J. C, of Michigan 33 

Burton, C. M.— Early Detroit 33 

Burwell Family 74 

See Selden 96 

Butler, Mann, A.M. — History of the Common- 
wealth of Kentucky 22 

Butler County, Ohio — Pioneer Biography 
Sketches of the Lives of some of the Early 

Settlers of Butler County, Ohio 48 

Butter, William, Descendants of 74 

Butterfleld, Consul W. — History of Seneca 

County, Ohio 49 

Butterfleld Family 74, 75 

Butterfleld Family, Arms of 74 

Butters Family 74, 75 

Butterworth Family 75 

See Butterfleld 74 

Butterworth Family, Arms of •. 74 

Buxton, Me., Centennial Anniversary of 25 

Buxton, Me.— Records of the Proprietors of 
Narraganset Township No. I, now the 

Town of Buxton 25 

Byrd Family 75 

See Selden 96 

C 

Cadwell Family 75 

See Caldwell. 
Cadwell, (Dr.) George, Article on, by Richard 

W. Mills 75 

Cage Family 57, 75 

See Tennessee, Sumner County. 

Caldwell, Augustine 75, 112 

Caldwell, Augustine— Caldwell Chronicle 112 

Caldwell Chronicle, 1899-1900 75, 112 

Caldwell Family 75, 112 

Calhoun County, 111., In the Military Tract.. 15 

California State 5, 77, 112 

California, State Genealogical Society of 5 

California State Register— Published by the 

California Genealogical Society 112 

California State— San Francisco, Cal 112 

California State — Sons of the American Revo- 
lution 5 

California State — Spanish Archives of Cali- 
fornia 5 

Calkins Family 75 

Calkins, William Wirt, Calkins, Memorial Mil- 
itary Roster with supplement 75 

Cambridge, Mass 23, 28, 48 

Cambridge, Mass.— The Register Book of 
Lands and Houses in the " New Town" and 

the Town of Cambridge 28 

Campbell, Charles— Orderly book of that por- 
tion of the American Army stationed at or 
near Williamsburg, Va., under the com- 
mand of General Andrew Lewis from March 

18, 1776 to August 28, 1776 69, 109 

Campbell County, Ky . , History of 22 

Campbell, William W.— Annals of Tryon 
County; or the Border Warfare of New 

York during the Revolution 44, 45 

Canada, First English Conquest of. Etc 104 

Canada— Kirke, Henry, M.A., B.C.L, Oxon., 

The First Conquest of Canada 86 

Canada— Montreal, Can 87, 104 

Canada— Tanguay, L. Abbe Cynrien, editor, 
Dictionaire genealogique des families cana- 

diennes. etc., etc 104 

Candia, N. H., History of 36 

Candler, Allen D., A.M., LL.D., comp., 

Colonial Records of the State of Georgia... 10 
Candler, Allen D., A.M., LL.D., comp., 
Confederate Records of the State of Georgia. 10 



126 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Candler, Allen D., A.M., LL.D. . comp. . 
Revolutionary Records of the State of 

Georgia 10,11 

Canterbury, England— Wills, 1700-1725, in the 

Prerogative Court of Canterbury, England.. 107 
Cantrell, Carmi C— Descendants of Zebulon 
Cantrell the immigrant, covering the period 

1700 to 1898 76 

Cantrell Family 75 

Cantrell, Zebulon, Descendants of 75 

Cape Fear Region, N.C.— History of New 
Hanover County and the Lower Cape Fear 

Region, 1723-1800 46 

Cape May County, N.J., History of 37,88 

Cape May County, N.J 37 

See Ludlam Family History 88 

Cape May County, N.J.— Wills, 1804-1830 39 

Capen, Charles L., comp., Descendants of 
John Capen (1765-1849) and Rhoda Thomson 75 

Capen Family 75 

Capen, John 75 

Cardelle, Clara and Deweese W. B., comps., 

Letters from an Early Settlor of Texas 58 

Carey Family 75,91 

See Morton 91 

Carleton, (Sir) Cxuy 107 

Carpenter Family 75, 76 

Carpenter, (Dr.) Seymour D 75 

Carr, (Hon.) Clark E.— Life of Stephen A. 
Douglas— See Appendix. 

Carr Family 76 

Carriel, Mary Turner, Life of, Jonathan Bald- 
win Turner 100 

Carrington, N. D 47 

Carroll, B. R., comp., Historical Collections 

of South Carolina 56 

Carroll County, Ind., Recollections of the 

Early Settlement of 19 

Carrollton, Ala. 5 

Carter Family 76 

See Selden 96 

Carter, (Cant.) Thomas, Descendants of 60,76 

Cartmell, T. K., comp., Shenandoah Valley 
Pioneers and their Descendants. A History 
of Frederick County, Virginia from its for- 
mation in 1738 to 1908 62 

Caruthers, E. W.— North Carolina Revolu- 
tionary Incidents and Sketches of Character 

Chiefly in the "Old North State" 47 

Carver Family 76 

See Gilbert 81 

Carv Family 76 

'See Selden 96 

Casad Family— See Appendix. 

Case Family 76 

Casper, (Rev.) Snyder County, 

Pennsylvania Marriages 1839-1882 53 

Cass County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 3,14 

Casseday, Ben.— History of Louisville, K v. 

from its Earliest Settlement to 1852 23 

Castine, Me., History of 25, 26 

Castor Family 76 

Cathol ic Church, Ky.— Sketches of Early Cath- 
olic Missions of Kentucky 22, 23 

Catholic Church— Stephenson County, III. 

Golden Jubilee Souvenir 13 

Caulkins, Frances Manwaring — History of 
New London, Conn, from the First Survey 

of the Coast in 1612 to 1852 7 

Caulkins, Frances Manwaring— History of 
Norwich, Conn, from its Settlement in 1660 

to 1848 8 

Cauthron, Henry S.— Historv of the City of 

Vincennes.Ind.. from 1702 to 1901 21 

Cauthron, Margaret C 21 

Cedar Rapids, la 113 

Census or the United States, 1790— Heads of 
families at the first census of the United 
States taken in the year 1790.-9,32,37,55.57,107 
Chalklev, Lyman— Augusta County, Vs., 
Records 1745-1800, Abstracts from 60 



PAGE 

Chalkley, Lyman— Chronicles of the Scotch- 
Irish Settlement, Virginia 60.61 

Chamberlayne, Churchill (iibson — Vestry 
Book and Register of Bristol Parish, Va., 
1720-1789 61 

Chamberlin, George W.— Mayflower Passen- 
gers, Genealogies of 108 

Chamberlin, Henry Barrett— Elias Kent Kane 
Article on 85 

Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen The 
Early Germans of New Jersey, their History, 
Churches and Genealogies 38 

Chandler, J. A. and Thanes, T. B.— Colonial 
Virginia 61 

Chapline Family 76 

See Selden 96 

Charlestown, Mass.— Genealogies and estates of 
Charlestown, in the county of Middlesex and 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818 29 

Charlestown, N. H., Historv of 36 

Charleston S. C 57 64, 110, 114 

Charleston. S.C.— Siege of Charleston by the 
British Fleet and Army 55 

Charleston, W. Va 69,94 

Charlottesville, Va 65, 67, 103 

Charlottesville, W.Va 69 

Charloville. (Capt.) Francis— List of Volun- 
teers of, Entitled to Land for Revolutionary 
Services 14 

Chase. Frank H., comp., Onondaga, N.Y. 
Soldiers of the Revolution 43 

Chautauqua County, N.Y 71 

Cheshire, Conn., History of 6,9 

See Wallingford, Conn 

Chew Family 76, 86, 95, 96, 99 

See Thomas. 

Chicago, 111 3,12,13, 17. l-;. 

19,20,21 ,22, 35, 49, 71 , 75, 80, 84, 85, 93, 96, 97, 101 . 108 

Chicago, 111., American-Irish in. Biographical 
Historv of 108 

Chicago, "PL. Columbian Exposition at, 1893. . 13 

Chicago, 111.— Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Year Books of Chapter 12 

Chicago. 111.— Historical Society's Collections, 
Vol. Ill, quoted 16 

Chicago — University of Chicago 116 

Child, Frank Samuel— An Old New England 
Town, Fairfield, Conn 6 

Child, Lydia M.— First Settlers of New Eng- 
land, or Conquest of the Requods, Narra- 
gansetts, Pokanokets, Etc, Etc I"- 1 

Christian, W. Asbury— Richmond, Her Past 
and Present — See Appendix. 

Christlieb, Benjamin F. The Christlieb Fam- 
ily n 

Christlieb Family W 

Christy, (Rev.) A. B.— Historical Sketches of 
Our Twenty-five Churches and Missions. 
Lake View Congregational Church, Cleve- 
land, Ohio 49 

Churches— Baptist Denomination in North 
America, Annual Register of, to the First of 

November, 1790, By John Asplund 

. .5, 9, 10, 22, 27, 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54. .55. 58, 60, 104 

Churches— Baptist Church— Baptist Ministers 
of Virginia 60 

Churches— Baptist Church, Iowa— Historical 
Sketches of Iowa Baptists 22 

Churches— Catholic, Kentucky— Sketches of 
Earlv Catholic Missions of Kentucky 22,23 

Churches Catholic Church, Stephenson 
Comity, (i olden Jubilee, Souvenir of 13 

Churches— Congregational. Cleveland, Ohio — 
Lake View Congregational Church 49 

Churches— Congregational Church, Midway. 
Georgia 11 

Churches — Congregational Churches, Wiscon- 
sin 70 

Churches— Elizabeth Town, N.J., St. John's 
Church 38 

Churches— Episcopal— Christ Church, Alex- 
andria, Va CO 



127 



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PACK 

Churches— Epicopal— Christ Church, Middle- 
sex, Va 61 

Churches Episcopal, Henrico Parish, Va 68 

Churches— Episcopal, Narragansett, R. I. 

Episcopal Church 55 

Churches— Episcopal Church— Old St. John's 

Church, Richmond, Va 63 

Churches— Episcopal— Parish RegisterofNew 

Kent County, Va., from 1680 to 1787 65 

Churches— Episcopal, Saint Mark's Parish.Va- 66 
Churches— Episcopal— Saint Peter's Parish 

Register 1680 to 1787 67 

Churches— Episcopal — St. John's Church, 

Elizabeth Town, N.J 38 

Churches— Episcopal — St. John's Church, 
Richmond, Va 63 

Churches.— Episcopal— Truro Parish, Va 68 

Churches— Lutheran Church in North and 

South Carolina 46, 55, 56 

Churches— Methodist Church— History of Me- 
thodism in Kentucky 24 

Churches— Mormon Church — Reorganized 
Church of Latter Day Saints, Lamoni, la.. 113 

Churches— New England— Old New England 
Churches and their Children, by Dolores 
Bacon 109 

Churches— Presbyterian Church in America 
from its Origin until the Year 1760 109 

Churches— Presbyterian Church, Ebenezer, 
Ky 23 

Churches— Presbyterian, Elizabeth, N.J., 
First Presbyterian and St. John's Church at 38 

Churches— Presbyterian Church, Kentucky, 
History of 24, 61 

Churches— Presbyterian, (West) Lexington, 
Ky 23 

Churches— Presbyterian Church (First) of 
Morristown, N.J 39 

Churches— Presbyterian Church, New York 

Shelter Island 

. . .44, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 82, 83, 84, 85, 90, 92, 96, 99, 100 

Churches— Presbyterian Church, Trenton, 
N.J., History of 39 

Churches— Presbyterian Churches, Wisconsin 70 

Churches— Presbyterian Churches in the Val- 
ley of Virginia 24,61 

Churches— Reformed Dutch— Bergen, N.J. , 
Annals of the Reformed Dutch Church of.. ' 37 

Churches— Reformed Dutch— Easton, Pa., 
First Reformed Church of 51 

Churches— (Reformed Dutch)— Hackensack, 
N.J., First Reformed Dutch Church 38 

Churches— St. Mark's Church on the Bowery, 
New York City 43 

Churches— Springfield, Mass., First Church 
in, History of 32 

Cincinnati, Ohio 15, 19, 20, 23, 49, 89,' 90, 110 

Cincinnati, Ohio— College Catalogue, 1836-37. . 48 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Directory of, 1819 48 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Early Annals of, 184i, 
Sketches and Statistics of 1851, 1859 48 

Cincinnati, Society of, France, Order of the 
the Cincinnati in 104 

Cincinnati Society of, Institution and Pro- 
ceedings of, May 10, 1783 104 

Cincinnati, Society of, Massachusetts Society 
of 32, 104 

Cincinnati, Society of— New Jersey State So- 
ciety of the Cincinnati 39 

Cincinnati, Society of— Rhode Island Society 
of the Cincinnati 104 

Cisco, Jay Guy— Historic Sumner County, 
Tenn., with genealogies of the Bledsoe, 
Cage and Douglass families 57 

Cist, Charles— Cincinnati in 1841; Cincinnati 
in 1851; Cincinnati in 1859 48 

Claremont, N.H 36 

Clark, Abigail, Descendants of 73 

Clark, A. Howard, comp.. National Register 
Sons of the American Revolution 110,111 

Clark, Byron N., editor, List of Pensioners of 
the War of 1812 11 1 



PAGE 

Ciark County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 3, 14 

Clarke, Edward Stephens, M.D.— Stephens 

Family with Collateral Branches 98 

Clark Family 76, 91 

See Morton. 

Clark, George Rogers 13,14,24 

Clark, George Rogers— Army Led by, in his 

Conquest of the Illinois 13 

Clark, George Rogers — List of non-commis- 
sioned officers and soldiers of the Illinois 
Regiment and the Western Army under 
the command of, entitled to bounty lands. . 1 ) 
Clark, (Prof.) Olynthus B.— Lincoln Poor 

White Legend — See Appendix. 
Clark, Samuel A.— The History of St. John's 
Church, Elizabeth Town, N.J., from the 

Year 1703 to the Present Time 38 

Clark, • Walter, editor, Colonial Records of 

North Carolina 46, 47 

Clary, (Rev.)Dexter— History of the Churches 
and Ministers Connected with the Presby- 
terian and Congregational Convention of 
Wisconsin and of the Operations of the 

American Home Missionary Society 70 

Clay County, Ind., History of 19 

Clay Family— See Filson Club Publication, 

No. 14 76 

Clayton Family 76 

See Selden 96 

Clayton, (Prof.) W. W— History of Steuben 

County, N.Y 44 

Clendenin Family — See Appendix. 

Cleveland, Ohio 32, 33, 49, 101 

Cleveland, Ohio, Lake View Congregational 

Church 49 

Clinton County, Ind., Portrait and Biograph- 
ical Record of 19 

Clinton, (Sir) Henry 55 

Clinton, J. W. — Revolutionary Soldiers Bur- 
ied in Ogle County, List compiled by 14 

Clopton, David, Letters Patent Issued to 12 

Cloyd, A. D., M.D.— Genealogy of the Cloyd, 
Basye and Tapp Families in America, with 
brief sketches referring to the families of 

Ingels, Jones, Marshall and Smith 76 

Cloyd Family 78 

Clute, (Rev.) Robert F.— Annals and Parish 
Register of St. Thomas and St. Denis Parish 

in South Carolina from 1680 to 1884 57 

Coats of arms— See America Heraldica 102 

Coats of Arms , B utterfield Family 74 

Coats of Arms, Butterworth Family 74 

Coats of Arms — See Colonial Families of the 

United States of America, by Mackenzie.. 105 
Coats of Arms, Crozier's General Armory ... 105 

Coats of Arms, Gilpin Family 81 

Coats of Arms, Hopkins Family S3 

Coats of Arms, Judd Family 86 

Coe, (Mrs.) Sophia Fidelia Hall— Memoranda 
relating to the ancestry and family of Sophia 

Fidelia Hall 82 

Cohoes, N.Y., History of 40 

Colchester, Conn 91 

Colcord, Doane B., B.S., M.D.— Colcord Gen- 
ealogy—Descendants of Edward Colcord of 

New Hampshire, 1630-1908 77 

Colcord, Edward, Descendants of 77 

Colcord Family 77 

Colcord, Mahlon J 77 

Coles, (Gov.) Edward 15 

Colgate Family 77 

See Selden 96 

Collamer, Newton L., editor, Historical Bul- 
letin 112 

Collins, Arthur, comp., Barry Family 72 

Collins, Family 77 

Collins, John, Sr., Descendants of 77 

Collins, Lewis — Historical Sketches of Ken- 
tucky 23 

Collins, Richard II— Revised edition of Col- 
lins' History of Kentucky, by.. 23 



128 



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PAGE 

Collins, William 77 

Collins, William H.— History of the Collins 

Family 77 

Colonial Dames of America — Delaware So- 
ciety ? 10 

Colonial Dames of America— New York Soci- 
\ ety. Catalogue of the genealogical and 

historical library of 105 

Colonial Dames of America, Pennsylvania 

Society of 51, 105 

Colonial Dames of America— See Pioneer 

Mothers of America 109 

Colonial Dames of America, Virginia, National 

Society of 61, 65, 67 

Colonial Days, Dames and Daughters of, by 

Geraldine Brooks 105 

Colonial Decisions of the General Court of 

Virginia, 1728-41 61 

Colonial Families of the United States. - In 
which is given the history, genealogy and 
armorial bearings of the colonial families 
who settled in the American colonies from 
the time of the settlement of Jamestown, 
13th ? May, 1607 to the Battle of Lexington, 
April 19, 1775, by George Norbury Mac- 

Kenzie, four volumes 105 

Colonial Militia of Virginia 1651-1776 61 

Colonial Period— Manors of Virginia in Colon- 
ial Times, by Edith Tunis Sale 61 

Colonial Records of the State of Georgia . . 10 

Colonial Records of North Carolina 46 

Colonial Records of Pennsylvania 50 51 

Colonial Virginia, by J. A. Chandler and T. 

B. Thanes 61 

Colonial Virginia Bibliography of, 1754-1776. 62 

Colonial Virginia Register 62 

Colonial Wars, Society of. General Register.. 105 

Colorado State— Denver, Colo- 93 

Columbia County, N. Y 73 

Columbian Exposition at Chicago, 1893 13 

Columbus, Ohio 48, 49, 50, 71, 76, 114 

Columbus, Ohio, History of 48 

Colyer, Walter— Fordhams and La Serres of 
the English Settlement in Edwards County, 

111 80, 86, 96 

Concord, N.H 25, 36, 37. 85, 90, 93, 97 

Concord, N.H., History of, from its first 
grant in 1725 to the organization of the city 
government in 1S53, with a History of the 

Ancient Penacooks, (with map) 36 

Condit, (Rev.) Aaron, Marriages and Bap- 
tisms, Hanover, Morris County, N.J., 1746- 

1796 38 

Condon, Edward O'Meagher— Irish Race in 

America 108 

Congdon Family 19, 77 

See Appendix. 
Congdon, George Edward, comp., Congdon 

Family 19, 77 

See Appendix. 
Congdon, George Edward — Waterman, Illinois 

Y tar Books 19 

Congregational Church— Lake View Congre- 
gational Church, Cleveland, Ohio 49 

Congregational Church, Midway, Ga 11 

Congregational Church, Wisconsin 70 

Conkling Family— See New Yorif Shelter 

Island Presbyterian Church 44 , 77 

Conkling, Thomas— See New York Shelter 

Island Presbyterian Church 44,77 

Connecticut State— Baptist Church— Annual 
Register of the Baptist Denomination in 
North America to the 1st June, 1790, Con- 
necticut 5 

Connecticut State— Bethlehem, Conn 6 

See Woodbury, Conn 9 

Connecticut State— Bradford, Conn 6, 7 

Connecticut State— Census, 1790— Heads of 
families at the first census of the United 
States taken in the year, 1790, Connecticut. .9, 107 

Connecticut State— Cheshire, Conn 6 

See Wallingford, Conn 7,9 



PAGE 

Connecticut State— Colchester , Conn 91 

Connecticut State— Fairfield, Conn 6,7.91 

Connecticut State— Fairfield, Conn— See New 
Haven, British Invasion of 6,7 

Connecticut State— French and Indian War 
Rolls 1755-57, 1758-S2 6 

Connecticut State— Guilford, Conn., History 
of 6,7 

Connecticut State— Hartford, Conn 8,84 

Connecticut State— Hartford, Conn., Early 
Vital Records of— See Appendix. 

Connecticut State, Historical Society Col- 
lections of 6, 8 

Connecticut State Historical Society— Library 
list of family genealogies 6 

Connecticut State— Litchfield, Conn MM 

Connecticut State — Lyme, Conn 

Connecticut State— Meriden, Conn, History 
of 6,8,9 

Connecticut State— Meriden, Conn 8 

See Wallingford 9 

Connecticut State— Middlebury, Conn., His- 
tory of 7.9 

Connecticut State— Middlebury, Conn 8 

See Waterbury, Conn. 
See Woodbury, Conn. 

Connecticut State— Nauga tuck, Conn 7,9 

See Waterbury, Conn. 

Connecticut State— New Haven, Conn 6, 7, 91 

Connecticut State— New Haven, Conn., Brit- 
ish Invasion of, Etc 7 

Connecticut State— New Haven, Colony of. .. 6,7 

Connecticut, New London, History of 7 

Connecticut State— New Milford, Conn., Two 
centuries of 7 

Connecticut State— Norwalk Conn., after two 
hundred and fifty years 

Connecticut State— Norwich, Conn 8 t 71, 87, 100 

Connecticut State — Norwich, Conn., llistorv 
of, from its Settlement in 1660 to 1845 8 

Connecticut State — Oxford, Conn. — See Water- 
bur y , C onn 8, 9 

See Woodbury, Conn 9 

Connecticut State— Plymouth. Conn., His- 
tory of the Town of 8 

Connecticut State— Plymouth, Conn.— See 
Waterbury, Conn 9 

Connecticut State— Preston, (Onn lot 

Connecticut State— Prospect, Conn 8 

See Waterbury, Conn 9 

Connecticut State— Public Records of the 
State of Connecticut from October 1771 to 
February, 1778 8 

Connecticut State— Roxbury, Conn.— See 
Woodbury, Conn 

Connecticut State— Southbury, Conn. — See 
Woodbury, Conn 

Connecticut State— Southold, Conn. — Set New 
Haven, Colony of 7,9 

Connecticut State— Stamford, Conn.— See New 
Haven, Colony of 

Connecticut State — Stratford.Conn.— See New 
Haven, Colony of 7,9 

Connecticut State— Torrington, Conn.. II 
tory of, from its first settlement in 1737, with 
biographies and genealogies 9 

Connecticut State— Wallingford, Conn.. His- 
tory of, from its settlement in 1670 to the 
present time 6, 9 

Connecticut State— Washington, Conn.- -See 
Woodbury, Conn 9 

Connecticut State — War of the Revolution or- 
derly book and journals kept by Connecti- 
cut men while taking part in the American 
Revolution, 1775-1778 8 

Connecticut State— War of the Revolution, 
Rolls and Lists of Connecticut Men in 6 

Connecticut State— Waterbury, Conn., His- 
tory of 7,9 

Connecticut State— Watertown, Conn.,— See 
Waterbury, Conn 9 

Connecticut State— Willington, Conn 71,100 



129 



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PAGE 

Connecticut State— Winchester, Connecticut, 

Annals and Family Records of 9 

Connecticut State — Wolcott, Conn. — See 

Waterbury, Conn 9 

Connecticut— Woodbury, Conn 6, 7, 9 

Connecticut State— Woodbury, Conn., His- 
tory of 7, 9 

Connelley Family 77 

Connelley, (Maj.) H. C— Recollections of the 

War between the States 18 

Connelley, William Elsey, comp., Doniphan's 
Expedition and the Conquest of New Mex- 
ico and California 77 

Continental Army During the War of the 
Revolution, Register of Officers of, April, 

1775 to December, 1783 107 

Cook County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 3, 14 

Cooke Family * 77 

■ See Selden 96 

Cooke, John Esten— Lord Fairfax, or the 
Master of Greenaway Court. A Chronicle 

of the Valley of the Shenandoah 02 

Coons Family. Coons Family Genealogical 
Chart, by Percival Coons Wilbur— See Ap- 
pendix. 

Coons, John W., comp., Indiana at Shiloh 21 

Corbin Family -. 77 

See Selden 96 

Corey, Henry— Land Warrant for Services, 

War of 1812 16, 77, 1 11 

Cornwallis, Lord 47 

Cothren, William — History of Ancient Wood- 
bury, Conn., from the First Indian Deed, 

1659 to 1854 9 

Couch, Franklin, LL.B.— Genealogy of the 
Hill, Dean, Pinckney, Austin, Barker, 

Anderson, Rhoades and Finch Families 

71 , 72, 78, 80, 93, 94, 95 

Coudersport, Pa 77 

( 'owles, Alfred, Article on, by Dr. J. F. Snyder 77 

Cowles Family 77 

Cox Family 

....72,77,83,85,88.89,92,93,96,98,99,100,101,102 
Cox, Isaac Joslin — Thomas Sloo, Jr., Article on 97 
Creigh. Alfred — History of Washington 

County, Pa 54 

Creoles of St. Louis 35, 105 

Crippen, Edward, Diary of, 27 III. Vol. Regi- 
ment, War of the Rebellion, 1861-63 18 

Crockett, (Col.) David 58 

Crowshaw Family 77 

See Selden 96 

Crozier, William Armstrong, F.R.S.— Colonial 

Militia ofVirginia, 1651-1776 61 

Crozier, William Armstrong, F.R.S., editor, 
Register of American Families Entitled to 

Coat Armor 105 

Crozier, William Armstrong, F.R.S.— Virginia 
County Records, Spotsylvania County, 1721- 

1800 67 

Cullom Family — See Appendix. 
Cullom, Shelby M., Family— See Appendix. 
Culpeper County. Va., Genealogical and His- 
torical Notes of. 62,60 

Cumberland County, N.J.— Gouldtown, Set- 
tlement of, Ancient Date— See Appendix. 
Cumberland County, N.J.— Wills, 1804-1830. . 39 
Currier, Horace True, History of the AUerton 

Family, revised and enlarged by 71 

Cushing, Alonzo H 70 

('ashing Family 70,78 

Cashing, Howard B 70 

Cushing, William B 70 

Cushman, Mary Semple Ames — General James 
Semple, Article on— See Appendix. 

Custer (Custer of Pennsylvania) Family 

72,83,85,88,89,92,93,96,98,99, 100, 101, 102 

Custer, Milo 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 72, 

77,78,79,83,85,88,89,92,93,96,98,99,100,101,102 



Custer. Milo, comp., Bloom ingt on and Ran- 
dolph Townships, Some Old Gravestone 
Inscriptions in 12, 73 

Custer, Milo, comp. .Genealogical Notes of Cen- 
tral Illinois 12 

Custer, Milo., editor, Hinshaw and Henshaw 
Families 83 

Custer, Milo, comp., Illinois (Central) Obitu- 
aries, 1871-1880 13 

Custer, Milo— McLean County, Illinois Census 
of 1840. Heads of Families of McLean 
County, III., at the Census of 1840 (Taken 
by Jacob Spawr), copied and rearranged by 
Milo Custer 89 

Custer, Milo, comp., Old Family Records of 
McLean County 12 

Custer, Milo, comp., Soldiers of the War of 
1812, whose Bounty Land Grants were 
Located in McLean County 12,16 

Custer, Milo, comp., Soldiers of the War of 
1812, whose Bounty Land Grants were 
Located in Peoria County 13, 16 

Custer, Milo, comp.. Some Old Family Re- 
cords, Bartlett, Belvel (or Belleville), Dille, 
Cox, Custer, (Custer of Perm), Evans, 
Vezzy, Hendrix, Jones, Luce, Mackenzie, 
Orendorff, Parker,Piper, Short, Stinespring, 

Swartz, Zook, (or Zug), Webb 72, 

77, 78, 79. 83, 85, 88, 89. 92, 93 , 96 , 98, 99, 100, 101 , 102 

Custer, Milo — Some Old Gravestone Inscrip- 
tions in Bloomington and Randolph Town- 
ships 12, 73 

Cutter, William Richard and Adams, William 
Frederick, comps., Genealogical and Per- 
sonal Memoirs of Massachusetts 30 



Dames and Daughters of Colonial Days, by 
Geraldine Brooks 105 

Dames and Daughters of the Young Republic, 
by Geraldine Brooks 105 

Dana, E. — Bounty Lands in the State of 
Illinois, Description, Etc 15 

Dandridge, Danske — American Prisoners of 
the Revolution 103 

Dandridge, Danske — Historic Shepherdstown 
67,69 

Dandridge Family 78 

See Selden 96 

Dankers, Jasper— Journal of a Voyage to New 
York and a Tour in Several of the American 
Colonies in 1679-80 40, 108 

Danville, 111. — Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Year Books of Chapter of 12 

Darling, Carlos Parsons — Military Lists and 
Other Documents Relating to Vermont 
History Found amount the Papers of 
Capt. Luke Parsons 59, 111 

Daughters of the American Revolution, of 
Illinois Ancestry 14 

Daughters of the American Revolution, Illi- 
nois State Annual Conferences, Reports).' 
12,107 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 
National Society 12, 14, 46, 49. 57, 106, 107 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 
National Society, Annual Reports of 106 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 
National Society, Brief History of, by Mrs. 
Adlai E. Stevenson 106 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 
National Society, Directory of 106 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 
National Society, Lineage Books of 106 

Daughters of the American Revolution, North 
Carolina Society of 46,114 

Daughters of the American Revolution, Ohio 
New Connecticut Chapter D. A. It., 
Plainesville, Ohio 49 



— 9 H S 



130 



INDEX — Continued 



PAOE 

Dauphin County, Pa.— Scraps of Dauphin 

County, History 61 

Davidson,(Rev.) Robert— History of the Pres- 
byterian Church in the State o"f Kentucky, 
with a Preliminary Sketch of the Churches 

in the Valley of Virginia 24,61,64 

Davis, Charles Henry, M.l). History of Wal- 
lingford, Conn;, from its Settlement in 1670, 

to the Present Time, Etc., Etc 6,9 

Davis, J.— First Settlers of Virginia, An His- 
torical Novel 62 

Davis, Jefferson 35 

Davis, William T.— Ancient Landmarks of 

Plymouth 31 

Dawson, Henry B., editor, Historical Maga- 
zine with Notes and Queries, 1857 18/4; 
also extra numbers (except No. 2) 1, 1907, to 
XXXI, mil; William Abbatt, editor.. 11 2. 11:! 

Day Family 78, 98 

Dayton, Va 66 

Dean Family 71, 72, 78,83, 08, 1 

Dearborn County, Indiana, History of 19 

Decatur, Illinois— Daughters of the American 

Revolution. Year Books of Chapter 12 

De Courcy, B. W., comp., Milesian Families 

of Ireland, Genealogical History of 90 

Dedham, Mass., First Church in, Two Hun- 
dredth and Fiftieth Anniversary of, 1638-1888 29 
De Hass, Wills— History of Early Settlement 

and Indian Wars of West Virginia 60 

DeKalb County, 111 19 

De Lancey. Edward Floyd, editor, History of 

New York During the Revolutionary War. . 45 
Delaney, Martin R., Life and Public Services 

of 78 

Delaware County, Ind., History of 19 

Delaware, Ohio 71 

Delaware County, Pa 92 

Delaware State — Baptist Church — Annual 
Register of the Baptist Denomination in 
North America to the First of November, 

1790, Delaware 9 

Delaware State. Colonial Dames of 10 

Delaware State Historical Society 10 

Delaware State — New Castle County, Calen- 
dar Wills of, 1682-1800 * 10 

Delaware State— Sussex County Delaware, 

Some Records of 10 

Delaware State— Wilmington, Del. — Records 
of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Del- 
aware from 1697 to 1773 10 

Deming Family 78 

Denny, (Maj.) E., Military Journal of, 1781 to 

1795 53 

Denton Family 78 

I '.■liver, Colo 93 

De Peyster, John Watts 78,109 

DePeyster, J. Watts, LL.D.,M.A.— Historical 
introduction by, illustrating the life of Sir 

John Johnson 109 

See Orderly Book of Sir John Johnson. 

DeSoto, Hernando 35 

Detroit, Mich Early Days in, papers written 

by General I riend Palmer 33 

Detroit, Mich., Early Detroit, by ('. M. Burton 33 
Detroit, Mich.. Evacuation of, by the Britten, 

Centennial Celebration of, July 11, 1S96 33 

Deweoa 1 

Dewoese / Family 7s 

Deweese, W. B. and Cardelle, Clara, comps., 

Letten from an Early Settler of Texas :,s 

Dexter, Franklin B.— Diarv of David McClure 

1748-1820, notes bv Franklin B. Dexter. .88 I". 
D-xter, 0. P., M.A.. LL.B.— Index to Sav- 
age's Genealogical Dictionary of the First 

Settlers of New England.... 106 

Pla rt aa Crfppen, Edward, Diarv of, 27 111. 

Vol. Regiment, 1861 -63 18 

Diarios -Hutchinson, Thomas, Diarv and 
Letters of ". 106 



PAGE 

Diaries— Waddell, Joseph A., Diary of, War 
of the Rebellion, 1861-65 60 

Dictionaries — Canada — See Tanguay 104 

Dictionaries— Etymological Dictionary of 
Family and Christian Names 103 

Dictionaries -Rhode Island Genealogical. Dic- 
tionary of 

Dictionaries. Savage's Genealogical Diction- 
ary of the First Settlers of New England. 
also index to same compiled by O. P. 
Dexter, M. A., LL.B 106 

Dictionaries— United States Army Historical 
Register and Dictionary, from its < Organisa- 
tion September 29, 1789 to March 2, 1MB. ... 107 

Dille Family 72. 

77, 78, 79, S3, 85, 88, 89, 92, 93, 96, 98, 99, inn. mi ,MU 

Dillman Family 78 

8a Boater 

Dillon. John B— History of Indiana from 1816 
to 1856 It 

Dinwiddle, Robert, official Records of. 17S1 

Directories— Hoyne's Annual Directory of 
Homeopathic Physician* In the state of 
Illinois for the Year ls79 '. 12 

Directories— Illinois — Church directories. town 
and city directories; sources to be consulted. 12 

Directories— Montague's Early Settlers of 
Kaskaskia. A directory and business mir- 
ror, historical sketches of Randolph County, 
111 12 

District of Columbia 

Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of 
New Mexico and California 77 

Doonigan, John 13 

Dorchester, Mass.— Births, Marriages and 
Deaths to the End of 1825 28. 29 

Dorchester Neck, Mass.— see Boston 

Douglas Family— See Appendix. 

Douglas Family— See New York Shelter Is- 
land Presbyterian Church 79 

Douglas, Stephen Arnold, Family— See Ap- 
pendix. 

Douglas, Stephen A.— Lincoln Douglas De- 
bates 116 

Douglass Family— See Tennessee, Sumner 

( Scanty " ,: ■ "'■' 

Douglass, Mass.— History of the Town of 
Douglass, Mass., from the Earliest Period to 
the close of 1878 

Dover, N.J 

Dowd.Jerome— Sketches of Prominent Living 
North Carolinians '7 

Draxe, S imuel Adams— History of Middlesex 
( '. unity. Mass 31 

Draper. "(Mrs .) Amos ( ;. —Revolutionary Sol- 
di, rs of South Carol na 

Dublin. Ireland 81,98 

Dubois Family— See Appendix. 

Duchess County, N.Y., History of, from 1609 
to 1876 40 

Dudley, Dean — Descendants of Gov. Thomas 
Dudley, Memorial of the Reunion of I 

1 Hidlev Famil v *• 

Dudley, (Gov.) Thomas. Descendants of, 
Memorial of the Reunion of ''■' 

Duttield Family 

See Gilbert 81 

Duffield.tCol.) II. M 

Dumonl Family ™ 

Duncan. S. M., associate author -History of 
Jessamine Countv, Ky.— Set Appe n d ix . 

Durrie, Daniel P.- Bibhographia Get 
Americana. An alphabetical Ind 
American genealogies and i >edigrees— See 

Appendix. 

Duxburv, Mass.-Copv of the old Records of 
the Town of Duxburv, Mass., from 1643 to 
1770 29 

Duxburv, Mass— History of the Town of Dux- 
burv, Mass.. with genealogical registers 29 



131 



INDEX — Continued 



E 

PAGE 

K;»sth:i!ii|)t(in. Mass. History of. Ita Settlement. 
growth, etc.. together with a genealogical 
record of its original families 29 

Easton. Pa., First Settlors of, 'The Forks of 
the Delaware, "being a translation from the 
daman of the record books of "The First 
Reformed Church of Easton, Pa."...-. 51 

Eaton, S. J. M., D.D.— Sketch of the History 
of Venango County, Pennsylvania 53 

Bbenmar. Ga. — Salzburgers and their Des- 
cendants; being the history of a colony of 
< lermans (Lutherans) protestants. whoemi- 
grated to Georgia in 1734 and settled at 
Ebenezer 10,95 

Eckenrode, H. J. Revolutionary Soldiers of 
Virginia, List of, compiled by 62,66 

Eddy, T. M., D.D.— The Patriotism of Illi- 
nois is 

Edenton, N.C 46 

Edgar Family 79 

Edgar, John, Article on, by James H. Roberts 79 

Education — American Education Society 
Publications, Quarterly Register and Jour- 
nal of 103 

Education — Chicago, University of 116 

Education— Cincinnati, Ohio—College Cata- 
logue, 1S36-37 48 

Education— Illinois— College and school cata- 
logues, sources to be consulted 12 

Education— Illinois, University of, Alumni 
* Record, 1913. contains genealogical material 
— See Appendix. 

Education— Indiana— Franklin College, 
Franklin, Ind., first half century of 20 

Education— Madison University, Hamilton, 
X.Y.. First half century of. 1819-1880 41 

Education — Mississippi, State University. ... 34 

Education — North Dakota. University of 47 

Education — University of Chicago 116 

Education — University of Illinois Alumni 
Record, 1913— See Appendix. 

Education— William and Mary College, 
Williamsburg, Va 68, 69 

Edwards, Albert S., eomp., Historic Sketches 
of the Beall and Edwards Families and their 
Descendants. 360 to 1892 79 

Ed wards County, 111., English Settlement in. 86, 96 

Edwards County, 111., Fordhamsand LaSerres 
of the English Settlement in 80 

Edwards Family 79 

Edwards, Georgia Hortense, eomp., Historic 
Sketches of the Edwards and Todd Families 
and their Descendants, 1523-1895 79 

Edwards, Ninian— History of Illinoisfrom 1778 
to 1888! and Life and Times of Ninian Ed- 
wards, by his son Ninian Wirt Edwards.. 15 

Edwards. Ninian— Ninian Edwards Chapter 
D. A. R. place tablet in court house, Ed- 
wardsville, 111 14 

Edwards Papers — Chicago Historical Societies 
Collection, Vol. Ill, edited by E. B. Wash- 
burne 15 

Edwardsville, 111.— Tablet placed in court 
house to Revolutionary soldiers buried in 
Madison County, by Ninian Edwards 
Chapter D. A. R 11 

Egle, William H., M.D. and Linn, John P.., 
editors, Pennsylvania Archives 50,51,53 

Egle, William Henry. M.D., M.A., editor.. 
Notes and (Queries. Periodical 53,114 

Egle, William H., M.D., editor, Pennsylvania 
Archives 50, 51,53 

Elizabeth, N.J. — Inscriptions on tombstones 
and monuments in the burying grounds 
of the First Prosbyterian Church and St. 
John's Church, Elizabeth, N.J 38 

Elizabeth Town, N.J. —History of St. John's 
Church, Elizabeth Town, N.J., from the 
Year 1703 to the Present Time 38 

E lkhorn, Wis 73, 86 



PAGE 

Ellet, Elizabeth F.— Queens of American 

Society 109 

Ellet, Elizabeth F.— Women of the American 

Revolution Ill 

Ellicott Family 79,95,96 

Set Thomas. 

Ell iott Family 99 

Elliot, Isaac H.— Adjutant General, State of 

Illinois 13, 16. 17 

Elliot, Isaac H. — Record of the Services of 
Illinois Soldiers in the Black Hawk War, 
1R31-32, and in the Mexican War, 1846-48, 
with an Appendix giving a Record of the 
Services of the Illinois Militia Rangers and 
Riflemen in Protecting the Frontier from the 
Ravages of the Indians, from 1810 to 1813.. W, 17 
Elliott. Joseph P.— History of Evansville and 

Vanderburgh Countv, Ind 20 

Ellis, Charles M.— History of Roxbury Town, 

Mass 28,31 

Ellis, Edward S.— Life of Col. David Crockett 58 
Ellis, Frank and Evans, Samuel, comps., 
Biographical History of Lancaster County, 

Pa 52 

Ellis. John P.— Delaware County, Indiana, 

History of 19 

Emerson, William A.— History of the Town 
of Douglass, Mass., from the Earliest Period 

to the Close of 1878 29 

Endicott, Charles M., eomp., The Endicott 

Family 79 

Endicott Family 79 

England 26, 74, 80, 81,95, 100, 107 

England — Gloucester, England 92 

England— London. England 84, 104, 106, 107 

England— Stadaugh (Suffolk County) 80 

England, Suffolk County 80 

English Genealogies— American and English 

Genealogies in the Library of Congress.. 102, 103 
English Surnames — An essay on family nom- 
enclature, historical, etymological and hu- 
morous 106 

E piscopal Church— Bristol Parish, Va 61 

Episcopal Church— Christ Church, Alexan- 
dria, Va 60 

Episcopal Church— Christ Church, Middlesex 

County, Va 61 

Episcopal Church— Henrico Parish, Va 63 

Episcopal Church — Narragansett, R.I 55 

F:pisconal Church— St. John's Church, Rich- 
mond, Va -. - . - 63 

Episcopal Church— Saint Peter's Parish Reg- 
ister, New Kent County, Va., from 1680 to 

1787 65 

Episcopal Church— Truro Parish, Va., History 

of 68 

Erlenwiger, (Rev.) C. G., Snyder County, Pa. 
— Marriages, Snyder County, Pennsylvania, 

1840-1875 53 

F2skridge Family 79 

See Selden 96 

Essex County, Mass.— Essex Antiquarian 
Magazine, devoted to the history, genealogy, 

etc., of Essex Countv 29. 72, 1 \2 

Essex Countv, N.J.— Wills, 1804-1830 39 

Estill County, Kv.— History of Irvine and 

Estill Counties, Ky 23 

Etheridge, George, eomp., Copv of the Old 
Records of the Town of Duxbury, Mass., 
from 1642 to 1770, Made in the Year 1892.. 29 

Evans Family 

7L\ 7'.i. '.'.93.96.98,99.100,101,102 

F'vans, Samuel and Kllis, Frank., comps., 

History of Lancaster County, Pa 52 

E vanstoii. Ill ., 82,91 

Evansville, Ind., History of 20, 24 

F 

Fairfax Family 79,99 

See Thomas. 
Fairfield, Conn 6, 7,91 



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PAGE 

Fairfield, Conn— See New Haven, British 

Invasion of 6,7 

Fairfield, Conn.— Old New England Town. . . 6 

Fairfield Family 80 

Fair Haven, Vt. , History of 58 

Family and Christian Names, An Etymolog- 
ical Dictionary of 103 

Farnsworth, Oliver 48 

Farquhar, William Henry -Annals of Sandy 
Springs, or Twenty Years History of a Rural 

Community in Maryland 27 

Fayette Count v. Ind. , History of 20, 21 

Pavel teville. Ark 5 

Ffrench. Charles F.— Biographical History of 

the Irish Race in Chicago 108 

Field Family 80 

Field, Hurbutusdela 80 

Filson Club, Louisville, Ky., publications 

quoted 23. 21, 76,85,97 

Filson Club. Publication No. 14, quoted.... 76, 97 

Finch Family 71, 72, 78, 80, 83, 91, 93, 94 

See Hill. 
Fisk j r ., 
Fiske/ Family 80 

Flake, Symond 80 

Flagg, C. A. and Waters, W. O.— Virginia Sol- 
diers in the Revolution. Bibliography of 
muster and pay rolls, regimental histories, 

etc., etc 66 

Flatbush, Kings County, L.I., History of 40 

Flinn, Zadoc W., Letters patent issued to 12 

Flint Family 80 

Fontaine Family 80 

See Selden 96 

Fontaine. ( Rev.) James 80, 84 

Foote,(Rev.) William Henry, D.D.— Sketches 

of Virginia 67 

Forgotten Statesmen of Illinois Series, refer- 
ence to 99, 101 , 102 

Ford Family 80 

Ford, Thomas— Governor Thomas Ford and 

his Family, by Dr. J. F. Snyder 80 

Ford, Thomas — Oovernor Thomas Ford in 

Ogle County, by Rebecca H. Kauffman 80 

Fordham, Elias Pym, Narrative of— See Ap- 
pendix. 

Fordham Family '.SO, 96 

Fcrman, David— Revolutionary Soldier— See 

Appendix. 
Forman, Jonathan— Revolutionary Soldier- 
See Appendix. 
Forman, Thomas— Revolutionary Soldier— 
•See Appendix. 

Forrest Family 81 

See Selden 96 

Forrest, William S.— Norfolk, Virginia, His- 
torical and Descriptive Sketch of 65 

Fort McHenry— The Citizen Soldiers' at 
North Point and Fort McHenry, September 

13, 14, 1814 27 

Foxcroft. (Rev.) Thomas, A.M.,— Marriages of 
Rev. Thomas Foxcroft, Boston, 1717-1/69.. 28 

Fox Indians 93 

Framingham, Mass., History of— including the 
plantation from 1640 to the present time. . .29,30 

I ranee, Country of 25, 92 

France— Cincinnati, Order of in. (L'Ordre de 

Clncinnatus) organization and history of 104 

Frankford, Pa 

70,72,76,79,80,81,83,86,94,98,101,102 

Franklin County, Ind., History of 20, 21 

Franklin, Ind.— Franklin College, First Half 

Century of 20 

Franklin, Pa 53 

Franklin State, Tennessee, A part of 57 

Frederick County, Va 62,67 

Frederick County, Va.— Shenandoah Valley 
Pioneers and their Descendants. A His- 
tory of Frederick County, Va., from its for- 
mation in 1738 to 1908 62 

Freeman Family 78, 81, 94, 98 

Freeport, 111 13 



PAGE 

Freese, L. J., comp., Soldiers of the War of 
1812, whose Bounty Land Grants were 
Located in Woodford County, 111 19 

French and Indian Wars 

French and Indian War Rolls— Connectteul . . 6 

French and Indian War, Virginia Men li 
Vol. VTI, Hening's Statutes of Virginia 68 

French Family of Belturbet 81,98 

French Occupation in Western I'einisvlvania, 
1681-1784 " 51 

French Soldiers and Sailors in the War of Hie 
Revolution, List of 106 

Frey, Samuel Ludlow, Minute Book of the 
Committee of Safety, Tryon County, N.Y., 
Notes by 45 

Full wood "Family 81 

See Halley, Parry, Fvke. 

Fulton County, Ill—In the Military Tract. ... 15 

G 

Galesburg, 111.— Daughters of the American 
Revolution . Year Books of Chapter 12 

Gallaher Family— See Appendix 

i ramble Family 81 

See Selden 96 

Gayarre, Charles— Essai Historique sur La 
Louisiane 

Gayarrfi, Charles— Hi stoi re de la Louisiane 

Gayarre, Charles — Louisiana, Its Colonial His- 
tory and Romance 25 

Geauga County, Ohio, Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in 48. 19 

Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Massa- 
chusetts 30 

Genealogical Articles— List of titles in Ameri- 
can periodicals and kindred works giving 
the name, residence, and earliest date of the 
first settler of each family, etc 106 

Genealogical Bulletins— Nos. 1,11, September 
15, 1903, October 24, 1903 112 

Genealogical Collection — Abstract of Vol. I, 
Malcolm Maeboath 103 

Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island. 

Genealogical Dictionary — Savage's Genealogi- 
cal Dictionary of the First Settlers of New 
England, also" index to same 106 

Genealogical Library— Colonial Dames of New 
York, Catalogue of 105 

Genealogical Notes of Central Illinois 12 

Genealogical Quarterly and Magazine of New 
England History 11-' 

Genealogical Register— See Browning, Charles 
H., editor HI 

Genealogical Register, Vol. I, 1913, edited by 
William M. Mervine 1"? 

Genealogical Society of Maine 26 

Genealogical Society of New York 41 

Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. Publi- 
cations of 51 , 52 

Genealogical Society of I'tah. Publications of. 58 

Genealogies and Pedigrees, Index to. in New 
England Historical and Genealogical 
ister. for fifty years, January. 1M7 to 
her, 1896.. .."..' 108 

Genealogy and the West, bv Mrs. Harriet 
Taylor. 107 

George Rogers Clark Papers, edited by Prof. 
J. A. James 116 

Georgia State— Atlanta, Ga 10, 1 1 

Georgia State— Confederate Records of the 
State of Georgia 1° 

Georgia State— Colonial Records of the State of 10 

Georgia State, Dead Towns of, by Charles C. 
Jones, Jr 10 

Georgia State -Kbenezer, Ga.— Colony of Ger- 
man (Lutheran) Protestants in 95 

Georgia State. Historical Collections of, (Rev.) 
George White, M.A.,comp 11 

Georgia State— Jones, Charles C, Jr., LL.D.— 
History of Georgia, 2 vols 11 

Georgia State, Landmarks, Memorials and 
Legends of U 



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Georgia State— Midway, Georgia, Congrega- 
tional Church History of 11 

Georgia State — Revolutionary Records of the 

State of Georgia 10, 11 

Georgia State— St. Mary's, Georgia, Historical 

Sketches of 11 

Georgia State— Savannah, Ga 10,11,95 

Georgia State— Stephens, Thomas— Brief Ac- 
count of the Causes that have Retarded the 

Progress of the Colony of Georgia, Etc 11 

Georgia State— Stevens, (Rev.) William 
Bacon, M.D.— History of Georgia from its 
First Discovery by Europeans to the Adop- 
tion of the Present Constitution in 1798 11 

German Element of the Shenandoah Valley 

of Virginia 67 

German Settlement in Georgia 95 

German Settlements in North Carolina.. 46, 55, 56 
German Settlements in South Carolina. . .46, 55, 56 

Germantown, Pa 110 

G ilbert Family 81 

Gilpin Family — name, arms and crest 81 

Gist, (Col.) Nathaniel— Virginia Regiment, 
1777, names of the captains and privates of 63 

Glasgow, Scotland 110 

Glengarry Family 63.88 

Glendowyn Family— See Appendix. 

Gloucester County, N.J.— Wills, 1804-1830... 39 

Gloucester, England 92 

Goldsboro, N.C , 46, 47 

Goodrich Family 81 

Goodrich, John E., comp., Vermont Soldiers 

in the Revolutionary War, 1775 to 1783 60, 

Goodwin, (Rev.) Edward and Slaughter, 
(Rev.) Philip, D.D.— History of Truro 

Parish, edited with notes and addenda 68 

Goodwin, (Captain) William F., U.S. A.— Doc- 
umentary introduction, to records of the 
proprietors of Narraganset Township No. I, 

now the town of Buxton, Me 25 

Goudy Family 81 

Gouldtown, N.J., Settlement of, Ancient Date 
— See Appendix. 

Grafton, Mass., History of 30 

Q raham Family 81 

Graham, (Hon.) James, Descendants of 45 

Grand Rapids, Mich., Historical Society, 

Pubs 34 

Grant Family 81 

Grant, Ulysses S. , Ancestry of 81 

Graves Family 81 

SeeSelden 96 

G reat Britain 92 

Green, Charles R.— Annals of Lyndon, Kan. . 93 
Green, Charles R.— Early Days in Kansas— 

Along the Santa F6 Trail 22 

Green, Charles R., comp., History of the Peas- 
lee, Balch, Stonebraker Families 93 

Greene County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 3,14 

Green, Henry Clinton and Green, Mary Wol- 
cott, A. B.— Pioneer Mothers of America. 
A record of the more notable women of the 
early days of the country and particularly 
of the Colonial and Revolutionary Periods. . 109 
Green,(Rev.) Jacob— Marriages and Baptisms 

of Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey 38 

Green, (Miss) L., (comp.), Colonial Dames of 
New York, Catalogue of the Genealogical 

and Historical Library of 105 

Greene, Evarts Boutell, Ph.D.— Illinois His- 
torical Collections, Vols. IV, VH.edited by. 116 
Greene, (Gen.) Nathaniel, Sketches of Life and 

Correspondence of 110 

Green, Raleigh Travers — Genealogical and 
Historical Notes of Culpeper County, Va., 
embracing a revised and enlarged edition of 
Dr. Philip Slaughter's, History of St. Mark's 

Parish 62, 66 

Green, Thomas Marshall — Historic Families of 
Kentucky with special reference to stocks 
immediately derived from the Valley of 
Virginia 23, 63 



PAGE 

Greenlaw, Lucy Hall, pub., Genealogical 

Advertiser, Magazine of Family Historv. . . 112 
Greenlee, Elizabeth Brooks, Ancestors of... 74, 81 

Greenlee, Emily Brooks, Ancestors of 74,81 

G reenlee Family 74 , 81, 82 

Greenlee, Ralph Stebbins and Greenlee, 
Robert Lemuel, comps., Genealogy of the 
Greenlee Famitios in America, Scotland, 

Ireland and England 74, 81, 82 

Greenlee, Robert Lemuel and Greenlee, Ralph 
Stebbins, comps., Genealogy of the Greenlee 
families of America, Scotland, Ireland 

and England 74,81 ,82 

Greensboro, N.C, Facts, Figures, Traditions, 

Reminiscences of, 1808-1904 46 

Greenville County, S.C., First Settlement of. . 56 

Greenville, S.C, Founding of the City of 56 

Greer, Charles Cabell— Early Virginia Immi- 
grants, 1623-1666 62 

Gresham Family 82 

Grisby, Hugh Blair— Virginia Convention of 

1776 68 

Griswold Family 82 

See Lane 86 

Groton, Mass, Celebration of the two hundred 

and fiftieth anniversary of 30 

Guest Family 82 

Guilford, Conn.— see History of the Colony 
of New Haven, by Robert Atwater 

Smith ' V 

Guilford, Conn, History of,from its firstsettle- 
ment in 1639 6 



Hackensack, N.J., First Reformed (Dutch) 
Church 38 

Hadden, (Lieut.) James, Journal and Orderly 
Books, 1776, 1777, 1778 107 

Hagerstown, Md . . . 69 

Haight, Theron Wilber— Three Wisconsin 
Cushings 70 

Hair, James T., comp., Gazetteer of Madison 
County, 111 13 

Hale Family, of Connecticut 82 

Hale, J. S. and Laidley, W. S., editors, West 
Virginia Historical Magazine 69 

Hall, Everard — Virginia State Reports, Di- 
gested Index to 68 

Hall Family 82 

See also New York Shelter Island Presby- 
terian Church 44 

Hall, John, D.D.— History of the Presbyter- 
ian Church in Trenton, N.J., from the first 
settlement of the town 39 

Hall, Sophia Fidelia, Memoranda Relating to 
the Ancestry and Family of 82 

Halley Family 82,94 

Halsey, Edmund D 38, 39 

Halsey, Edmund D. and Wheeler, William 
Ogden, comps., Inscriptions on Tombstones 
and Monuments in the Burying Grounds of 
the First Presbyterian Church and St. John's 
Church, Elizabeth, N.J 38 

Halsey, Edmund D. and Wheeler William 
Ogden, comps., Inscriptions on the Tomb- 
stones and Monuments in the Graveyards 
at Whippany and Hanover, N.J , Morris 
County 39 

Hamlin, (Madame) Caroline— LeSage, Hudon, 
Beaulieu and Beland Families 87 

Hamlin Family 82, 87 

See LaSage. 

Hamilton, N.Y.— Madison University, First 
Half Century of, 1819-1869 41 

Hamilton, Peter J., LL.D.— Founding of 
Mobile, 1702-1718 5 

Hammond, Isaac W., editor, Provincial and 
State Papers of New Hampshire 37 

Hancock County, 111.— In the Military Tract. . 15 

Hanks Family— See Appendix. 



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PAGE 

Hanover, N.J. — Church members, marriages 
and baptisms at Hanover, N.J., during the 
pastorates of Rev. Jacob Green and to the 
settlement of Rev. Aaron Condit, 1746-1796. 38 
Hanson, J. Howard— Minute Book of the 
Committee of Safety, Tryon County, N.Y., 

Introduction by ." 45 

Hardy, Stella Prlckctt— Colonial Familios of 
the Southern States of America. A history 
and genealogy of colonial families, who 
settled in the colonies prior to the Revolu- 
tion 105 

Harpswell, Me 85,96 

Harris, Alexander— Lancaster County, Pa., 

History of 52 

Harris, Edward Doubleday— Copy of the Old 
Epitaphs in the Burying Ground of Block 

Island, R.I 54 

Harrisburg, Pa 50, 51, 53, 85, 113, 114 

Harrison County, Ky.—See Bourbon, Appen- 
dix. 

Hartford County, Conn 84 

Hartford, Conn 0,8 

Hartford, Conn.— First Church in Hartford, 

1888-1866, Catalogue of 6 

Hartford, Conn., Vital Records of— See Appen- 
dix 

Hartford, Vt.— History of M 

Hass, Wills de— History of Early Settlement 
and Indian Wars of West Virginia— See 

DeHass 69 

Hassler, Edgar W.— Old Westmoreland. A 
HiBtory of Western Pennsylvania during 

the Revolution 54 

Hathaway, J. R. B., editor of, Historical and 

Genealogical Register of North Carolina M 

Havens Family 44, 82 

Havens, George 44 

Havens, Henry 44 

Havens, John 44 

Havens, Jonathan 1 1 

Havens, Joseph 44 

HarerhlU, Nil.. History of 36 

Haviland Family, Gonealogy of 45, 82 

See Westchester County, N. Y 45 

Hayes Family 82 

Haves, Richard, Descendants of 82 

Hayes, Titus 82 

Haynie, I. N., Adjutant General State of Illi- 
nois, reports, 1861-456 18 

Hay ward Family 72, 82 

Hay ward, James, Killed in the Battle of Lex- 
ington, April 19, 177') 72,82 

Haywood, John— Civil and Political 1 1 istorv of 
the State of Tennessee from its Earliest Set- 
tlement up to the Year 1796, including the 

Boundaries of the State 57 

Ha/en, (Rev.) Henry A., A.M.— History of 

Hillerica, Mass., with a genealogical register 2S 
Heads of familes at the first census of the 

United States taken in the year 1790 

9. 27, 37, 55. 57, 107 

II lit man. Francis B.. comp., Continent ll 
Army During the War of (lie Revolution. 
Register of Officers of, April, 1T7."> to Decem- 
ber, 1783, newrevised and enlarged edition.. 107 
Heitman, FrancisB.— Historical Register and 
Dictionary of the United States Army from 
its Organization September 29, 1789 to 

March 2, 1903 107 

Helmershaii8en Family 83 

llelmerhausen. Henry Charles Frederick, Jr., 

Autobiography of 83 

Hemenwav Family of Massachusetts 83 

Heinenway, Ralph, Descendants of 83 

Hemenwav, Rufiis, Descendants of •. 83 

Henderson County, 111 15,93 

Henderson County, III.— In the Military Tract 15 
Henderson County, III., Revolutionary Sol- 
diers Buried in II 

Hendrick, (Rev.) James P., D.D.— Kbcnezer 
Presbytery of Kentucky, History of 23 



PAGE 

Hendrick, William J.— Rev. James P. Hen- 
drick, I >.!>.. Memoirs, with an appendix 
containing History of Ebenezer Presbytery, 
Kentucky 23 

Hendrix Familv 

72,88,85, 88,92,93,96.98,99, 101, 102 

Hening, William Waller— Statutes of Virginia, 
619 to 1792: also continuation of the same 
by Samuel Shepherd, 1792 to 1806 63 

Hening, William Waller— The New Virginia 
Justice. (Contains a list of the subscribers 
to the work) 63 

II eurico Taris, Va.— History of Henrico Parish 
and Old St. John's Church, Richmond, Va., 
181 1-1904 63 

Henrico Parish, Va., Vestry Book of, 1730-177:j tvi 

Henry County, III., Part of, in the Military 
Tract 15 

Henry F'amily 83 

See Selden 96 

Henry IV of England 80 

Henshaw Family 83 

See Hinshaw 83 

Heraldry— America Heraldica — Compilation 
of coats of arms, crests, and mottoes of pro- 
minent families, etc. . etc 102 

Hereditary Societies— American Historical 
Register and Monthly Gazette of the Patri- 
otic Hereditary Societies of the United 
States Ill 

Hewitt, Lucy M., comp., History of theColony 
of New Haven, etc., etc 7 

Hiawatha, Kan 19,77 

Hildredth. S.P..M.D.— Early Pioneer Settlers 
of Ohio Biographical and Historical Mem- 
oirs of '. . . 48 

Hill Family 71,75 94,95 

Hill, H. H, Pub., History of Vigo and Parke 
Counties, Indiana 20 

1 1 illsboro, III 82,98 

Hills, Joseph Joseph Hills and the Massa- 
( •lmsetts Law of 1648 30 

Hinshaw Family 83 

Hinshaw, William, comp., The Hinshaw and 
Henshaw Families 83 

Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, 
Publications of 49 

Historical Bulletin, 1906, 1901, Newton L 
( 'ollamer. editor 112 

Historical Collections of New Jersey, Ohio, 
Virginia Se< Howe. Henry ". 38,48,64 

Historical Magazine with Notes and Queries. 
Henry I?. Dawson, editor 118,118 

Historical Sketches of North Carolina— See 
Wheeler, John H 46 

Historical Sketches of our Twenty-five 
Churches and Missions. Rev. A. B. Christy. 49 

Hitchcock, Caroline Hanks — Nancy Hanks. 
The Story of Abraham Lincoln's Mother— 
Set Appendix. 

Hitchcock, Frederick 11. A Calendar of Dela- 
ware Wills, New Castle County. 1083-1880 10 

Hoar Family 83 

See Parsons 92 

Hobart, Henjamin. \ M . -History of the 
Town of Abiniiton, Plymouth County, Mass- 
sachusetts, from its First Settlement 28 

Holland, Count rv of '.u 

1 1 olland Land Co 

llommedieu 83 

See 1/Hommedieu. 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyter- 
ian Church 44 

Hoover Family 83,95 

See House'r. 

1 1 opkins Family 83,95, 96,97,99 

See Thomas. 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyter- 
ian Church II 

Hopk ins Family— The name and the coat of 
arms 83 

Hopkins, Samuel, Descendants of 41 



135 



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PAGE 

Hot Springs, Va 66 

Houck, Louis — History of Missouri from the 
Earliest Exploration and Settlements until 
the Admission of the State into the Union. . 35 
Houck, Louis — Spanish Regime in Missouri. . 35 

Houser Family 78, 83, 95 

Houser, (Dr.) W. W., comp., Genealogy of 
the Houser, Rhorer, Dillman and Hoover 

Families 78, 83, 95 

Houston, (General) Sam, Sketch of 58 

Howe. Henry and Barber. John W., comps., 

Historical Collections of New Jersey 38 

Howe, Henry— Historical Collections of Ohio !*> 
Howe, Henry— Historical Collection of Vir- 
ginia. To which is added an historical 
and descriptive sketch of the District of 

Columbia 64 

Howells William Cooper — Recollections of 

Life in Ohio from 1813 to 1840 19 

Howells, William Dean— Introduction to 
Recollections of Life in Ohio, by William 

Cooper Howells 49 

Hoyne, T. S— Directory of Homeopathic 
Physicians in the State of Illinois for the 

Year 1879 12,20,2?,35 

Hubbard, (Col.) A. S., comp., Californis Soci- 
ety Sons of the American Revolution, His- 
tory, Constitution, Etc 5 

Hubbard Family 84 

Hubbard, Harlan Page 84 

Hudson Countv, N.J., History of 38,39 

Hudson Family 84, 87 

See LaSage. 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyter- 
ian Church 44 

Hudson River 104 

Hudson, Samuel, Descendants of 44 

Hughes, Thomas P., editor, American Ances- 
try, giving the Name and Descent in the 
Male Line of Americans whose Ancestors 
Settled in the United States previous to 

177«. 12 vols 102 

Huguenot Emigration to Virginia, Documents 

Relating to 64 

Huguenot Family, Memoirs of 80,84 

Huguenot Pioneers and Others, who Settled 
in New Paltz Previous to the Revolution — 

See LeFevre 43 

Hull, Delos, comp., Descendants of George 

Hull :. 84 

Hull Family 84 

Hull, George, Descendants of 84 

Hunt, John E., comp., Pound and Kester 

Families 85, 93 

Hunter, C. L.— Sketches of Western North 

Carolina 46, 47 

Hunter Family 84 

See Selden 96 

Hunterdon County, N.J.— Wills. 1804-1830.. 39 

Huntingdon County, Pa., History of 52 

Huntington, L.I.— Silas Wood's Sketch of the 

Town of Huntington, L.I 41 

Hutchinson, J. R.— Ancestry of Abraham 

Lincoln ^7 

Hutchinson, Peter Orlando— Diarv and Let- 
ters of Thomas Hutchinson " 30, 106 

Hutchinson. Thomas — Diary and Letters of 
His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Esq. 30, 106 

Hutton Family 84 

Hutton, William, Life of 84 

1 berville, Pierre LeMoyne sieur de 35 

Iddings, I., pub., History of Vigo and Parke 

Counties, Indiana 20 

Illinois River 15, 16 

Illinois State 

3. 4, 1 1 , 12, 13, 1 4 , 15. 10, 17. is. 19, 20, 22. 

36, 7:?, 76, 76, 77. 78, 79, SO, 81, 82. 83,84,86,88, 
89,90,91,92,93,96.97,98,99, 101. 102, 107, 108, 110, 116 
Illinois State— 111. Ancestry Among the Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution 14 



Illinois State— Bamet. James, editor, Mar- 
tyrs and Heroes of Illinois 18 

Illinois State— Belleville. Ill 90 

Illinois State — Bibliographical Series, Illinois 
State Historical Library 116 

Illinois State— Black Hawk War, 1831-32, 
Illinois in 16, 17 

Illinois State — Bloomington. Ill 

72, 73, 83. 85, 89.95,98.99, 100, 101. 102 

Illinois State— Bounty Land Grants 15,16 

Illinois State— Cahokia Records, Illinois State 
Historical Collections, Vol. 2 116 

Illinois State — Collections of, Executive Series, 
Bibliographical Series, Lincoln Series, Vir- 
ginia Series 116 

Illinois State — Connelley, Maj. H. C. — Recol- 
lections of the War between the States 18 

Illinois State — Continental Guard in the State 
of Illinois. History of 12 

Illinois State — County Histories Containing 
Genealogical Material 11,12 

Illinois State — Crippen, Edward, Diary of, 27 
111. Vol. Regiment, 1861-63 18 

Illinois State— Dana, E.— Bounty Lands in the 
State of Illinois, Description of, Etc., Etc. 15 

Illinois State — Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Conferences of 12, 107 

Illinois State— Eddy, T. M., D.D.— The 
Patriotism of Illinois 18 

Illinois State — Education— College and school 
catalogues, etc 12 

Illinois State — Edwards County — English Set- 
tlement in 80,86,96 

Illinois State— Elliott, Isaac H., Adjutant 
General, State of Illinois 16,17 . 

Illinois State— Elliott, Isaac H.— Record of 
Illinois Soldiers in the Black Hawk War, 
Mexican War and War of 1812 16, 17 

Illinois State— Evanston, 111 91 

Illinois State — Forgotten Statesmen ol Illi- 
nois Series, Reference to 99, 101, 102 

Illinois State— Genealogical Notes of Central 
Illinois, by Milo Custer 12 

Illinois State — Governor's Letter Books 116 

Illinois State— Haynie, I. N., Adjutant Gen- 
eral, State of Illinois 18 

Illinois State — Henderson. County, 111 93 

Illinois State— Hillsboro, III 98 

Illinois State Historical Library 

3. 4, 14. 15, 16, 17. 18, 

73.7.3,77.79,80,81,85,86,89,94,96,97,101.102,116 

Illinois State Historical Library — Committee 
on Genealogy and Genealogical Publica- 
tions ; 3 

Illinois State Historical Library, Lincoln 
Collection in 3 

Illinois State Historical Library Publication 
No. 7, 1902, quoted 14,17,1.8 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publication 
No. 8, 1903, quoted 1 1 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publication 
No. 9, 1904, quoted 16,18,71 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publication 
No. 10, 1905, quoted 75, 101 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publication 
No. 11, 1906, quoted 102 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publication 
No. 12. 1907, quoted 79,81 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publication 
No. 13, 1908, quoted 85,94 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publication 
No. 1 1. 1909, guoted 15. 1*. 77. 107 

Illinois State Historical Library, Puolieation 
No. 16, 1911,quoted 80,86.96,97 

Illinois State Historical Library, Publications 
oi—see list 116 

Illinois State Historical Society, Journals of, 
quoted 3, 14, 16, 18, 80, 83,98, 1 16 

Illinois Stale Historical Society. Journals of. 
quoted, April, 11U2; July. 1912; October, 
1912; April, 1913: July, 1913; October, 1913; 
April, 1914 14,15 



136 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Illinois State Historical Society, Journal of. 
Vols V and VI, January-April, 1913, quoted 18 

Illinois State Historical Society, Journal of 
Vol. VI, No. 2, July, 1913, quoted 88 

Illinois State Historical Society— Journal of, 
Vol. VI, No. 4, January, 1914. quoted.... 83, 98 

Illinois State Historical Society, PuDlications 
of— See list .116 

Illinois State Historical Society, Transac- 
tions of for 1904, quoted 99 

Illinois State— Hoyne's Annual Directory of 
Homeopathic Physicians, 1879 12,20,22,35 

Illinois State— Illinois in the Eighteenth 
Century, Bulletin, Illinois State Historical 
Library, Vol. I, No. 1, September. 1905 11G 

Illinois State — Intelligencer (Kxtra), Satur- 
day, September 13, 1823 (newspaper} 15 

Illinois State— Tohnson, Charles P. — An Ac- 
count of the Services of the Illinois Troops 
in the Mexican War 18 

Illinois State — Library 3 

Illinois State— Mayflower Descendants, Illi- 
nois Society of 13 

Illinois State— Mayflower Descendants, Illi- 
nois Society of. Publications of 13,108 

Illinois State— Mexican War, Illinois Soldiers 
in IB. 17, 18 

Illinois State Military Tract— Military Bounty 
Lands 15, 16 

Illinois State— Montague's Early Settlers of 
Kaskaskia. A Directory, Business Mirror 
and Historical Sketches of Randolph County 12 

Illinois State— Naperville. Ill 83, 91 

Illinois State— Nauvoo, 111 97 

Illinois State — Newspapers and Periodicals of 
1814-1879, edited by Franklin W. Scott.... 116 

Illinois State— Oak Park, IU 84 

Illinois State— Obituaries (Central, Illinois), 
1871-1880, Milo Custer, comp 13 

Illinois State— Ogle County, III 80 

Illinois State — Outline for the Study of Illi- 
nois State History, Circular, Illinois State 

. Historical Library, Vol. I, No. 1, Novem- 
ber, 1905 116 

Illinois State— Pension Rolls, 1816-1835 13 

Illinois State— Pioneer Mothers of Illinois, Col- 
lection of Letters of 13 

Illinois State— Power's History of Early Set- 
tlers of Sangamon County 13 

Illinois State— Prince, Ezra M.,— The Fourth 
Illinois Infantry in the War with Mexico. . 18 

Illinois State— Reece, J. N., Adjutant General, 
State of Illinois 18 

Illinois State— Regimental Histories, War of 
the Rebellion, contains genealogical mater- 
ial 12 

Illinois State— Reynolds, John— Pioneer His- 
tory of Illinois 16 

Illinois State — Revolutionary Soldiers Buried 
in, Lists by Counties, compiled by Mrs. 
E. S. Walker 3, 14, 15 

Illinois State— Rockford, 111 92 

Illinois State — Sons of the American Revolu- 
tion 13, 1 11 

Illinois State— Sons of the American Revolu- 
tion, Year Books 13 

Illinois State— Sons of the Revolution Year 
Books 13 

Illinois State— Spanish-American War, Illi- 
nois Soldiers in 18 

Illinois State— Springfield, III 

4, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 79, 88,97,98, 110, 116 

Illinois State — Stevens, Frank E. — Illinois in 
the War of 1812-14 16 

Illinois State— Stephenson County— Catholic 
Church Golden Jubilee Souvenir 13 

Illinois State— Travel and Description, 1765- 
1865, Vol. IX, Collections of the Illinois 
State Historical Library, edited by Solon J. 
Buck 116 

Illinois State— University of Illinois— Alumni 
Record, 1913— See Appendix. 



PAOB 

Illinois State— Vance, J. W., Adjutant Gen- 
eral, State of Illinois 18 

Illinois State— Virginia, III 97 

Illinois State— War of the Revolution Army 
Led by Col. George Rogers Clark in his 
Conquest of the Illinois, 1778-1779 13, 14 

Illinois State— War of the Revolution— Illinois 
Ancestry among the Daughters of the Amer- 
ican Revolution, by Catherine C. Sparks 14 

Illinois State— War of the Revolution— Sol- 
diers in the War of the Revolution, Etc l. r > 

Illinois State— War of 1812 4, 12, 15, 16 

Illinois State— War of 1812— Soldiers of the 
War of 1812 whose Bounty Land Grants 
were Located in McLean County 12 

Illinois State— War of 1812— Soldiers of the 
War of 1812, whose Bounty Land Grants 
were Located in Peoria County 13 

Illinois State — War with Mexico — Illinois As- 
sociation Mexican War Veterans 18 

Illinois State— War of the Rebellion— Adju- 
tant General Reports, 1861-66 18 

Illinois State — War of the Rebellion— Remin- 
iscences of,— See Connelley, (Major) H. C. . . 18 

Illinois State — War of the Rebellion— Diary, 
1861-63— See Crippen, Edward 18 

Illinois State— War of the Rebellion -Martyrs 
and Heroes of Illinois— See Barnet, James. . 18 

Illinois State— War of the Rebellion— The 
Patriotism of Illinois— See Eddy, T. M., D.D. 18 

Illinois State— War of the Rebellion — Regi- 
mental Histories and Reunions of 

Illinois State — War of the Rebellion- -Richard 
Yates' Services to Illinois M War Governor 18 

Illinois State— Waterman, Illinois— Year 

Hooks 19 77 

Illinois Territory.'. ......'.".".'. ...A, 77\&% 92, 111, 116 

Illinois Territory — Laws of the Territory of 
Illinois, 1809-1811, Bulletin of the Illinois 
State Historical Library, Vol. I, No. 1, 
June, 1906 11.. 

Illinois Territory— Territorial Records of, 
edited by Edmund J. James 116 

Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1 7 J7 1 
Uupp's Collect ion of Karnes of 51, 104, 105 

Immigrants— Virginia— Early Virginia Im- 
migrants, 1623-1666 62 

Immigration — Virginia, Huguenot Emigra- 
tion to 

Indianapolis, Ind 20,31 

Indianapolis, Ind., Pictorial and Biographi- 
cal Memoirs of 

Indiana State — Allen County. History of.... 19 

Indiana State — Boone County, Ind Ml 

Indiana State — Carroll County, Ind 

Indiana State — Champaign County, Ind 93 

Indiana State — Clay County, History of 19, 90 

Indiana State Clinton County, Ind 19 

See Boone County. 

Indiana State— Dearborn County, History of.19, 20 

Indiana State— Delaware County, Indiana, 
11 istory of 19 

Indiana State— Dillon, John B.— History of 
Indiana from 1816 to 1856 19 

Indiana State— Evansville, Indiana, History 
of 20, 21 

Indiana State— Fayette County, Indiana. 
History of '. 90,91 

Indiana State — Franklin College, Indiana, 
First Half Century of 20 

Indiana State — Franklin Countv, Indiana, 
History of 20, 21 

Indiana State— Historical Society, Publica- 
tions of 20 

Indiana State— Hoyne's Annual Directory of 
Homeopathic Physicians, 1879, List of 
Homeopathic Physicians in Indiana 20 

Indiana State— Indianapolis, Ind., Pictorial 
and Biographical Memoirs of 20 

Indiana State — Monument Commission 21 

Indiana State— Ohio County, Indiana, His- 
tory of 19, 20 



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PAGE 

Indiana Stale — Owen County, History of 19 

Indiana State — Parke County, Indiana, His- 
tory of 20, 21 

Indiana Stat* — Saint Joseph County, Indiana, 
History of 20 

Indiana State— Sons of the American Revolu- 
tion, Indiana Society 21 

Indiana State — Terre Haute, Ind 21 

Indiana State— Union County, Indiana, His- 
tory of 20,21 

Indiana State — Vanderburgh County, Indiana 

H istory of 20, 21 

See Evansville, Ind 20 

Indiana State— Vigo County, Indiana, His- 
tory of 20, 21 

Indiana State — Vincennes, Colonial History of 21 

Indiana State — Vincennes, History of the 
City of Vincennes, Indiana, from 1702 to 1901 21 

Indiana State— Wabash Valley Historic Notes 
on— See Vigo and Parke Counties, Ind 20 

Indiana State — War of the Rebellion— Indi- 
ana at Antietam 21 

Indiana State — War of the Rebellion— Indiana 
at Shiloh 21 

Indiana Stat* — War of the Rebellion — Indiana 
at Vicksburg 21 

Indiana State — Wayne County, Indiana, His- 
tory of 20, 21 

Indiana State — Woollen, Wm. Wesley — Bio- 

Ohical and Historical Sketches of Early 
ana 21 

Indian Raid in Barnard, Vt., August 9, 1780. . 91 
Indian Wars of West Virginia — see DeHass.. 69 
Indian Wars — Narrative of the Indian Wars 
in New England from the First Planting 

thereof in 1607 to 1677 108 

Indians 52, 69, 91, 93, 108 

Indians — Fox Indians 93 

Indians — Indian Raid in Barnard, Vt., Au- 
gust 9, 1780 91 

Indians — Sac and Fox Reserve, Kansas 93 

Indians — Sac Indians 93 

Ingels Family 76, 84 

SeeCloyd 76 

Ingersoll, L. D., comp., Iowa and the Rebel- 
lion 22 

Iowa City, Iowa 22,113 

Iowa State 21, 22, 75, 77, 86, 113 

Iowa State— Annals of Iowa, published by the 

Iowa Department of History 21 

Iowa State — Baptists of Iowa, Historical 

Sketches of 22 

Iowa State— Burlington, la 22 

Iowa State — Cedar Rapids, la 86, 113 

Iowa State — Des Moines, la 21 

Iowa State— Iowa City, la 22, 113 

Iowa State— Journal of History and Politics. . 22 

Iowa State— Lamoni, la 113 

Iowa State— Reorganized Church of Latter 

Days Saints, Journal of History 22 

Iowa Stat* — Sac City. la 77 

Iowa State — War of the Rebellion— Iowa and 

the Rebellion 22 

Iowa Territory 93 

Ireland 71, 74, 81, 84, 90, 96, 100 

Ireland— Dublin, Ireland 81, 98 

Ireland, Kings County 71, 100 

Ireland, IfUesian Families Of 90 

Ireland— Sraduff Birr (Kings County) 71,100 

Irish Race, American Irisli Historical Society 103 
Irish Race— American Irish in Chicago, Bio- 
graphical History 108 

Irish Race— Condon, Edward O'Meagher— 

Irish Race in America 108 

Irish Race in America— See Scotch-Irish 110 

Irish Race — Irish Pioneers in Ulster and 

America 110 

Iroquois County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 3, 14 

Irvine County, Kv— History of Irvine and 

Estill Counties, Kentucky 23 

Island of Nassau (now Long Island, N.Y.).. 43 



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Jackson Family 84 

Jackson, Michael, Descendants of 84 

Jackson, Mississippi 35 

Jacksonville, 111 12, 17 

Appendix. 

Jacksonville, 111.— Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Year Books of Chapter 12 

James, Edmund J., comp., The Casad and 
Stites Families— See Appendix. 

James, Edmund J.— Ephraim Martin, Esq., 
Colonel of the Fourth New Jersey Regiment 
of the Continental Line — see Appendix. 

James, Edmund J., comp., The James-Stites 
Families 84 

James, Edmund J., editor, Nos. I, II, III, 
Publications of the Illinois State Historical 
Library 1 16 

James Family 84 

Jamestown, Colony of, 1620 94 

Jamestown, Va., Settlement of May 13, 1607. . 105 

Jayne, (Dr.) William— Richard Yates' Ser- 
vices to Illinois as War Governor 18 

Jessamine County, Kentucky, History of— See 
Appendix. 

Jessup, Armstrong, Descendants of 84 

Jessup Family 84 

Jessup Mary Jane Van Duzer, Descendants 
of 84 

Jeter, (Rev.) J. B., D.D., Introduction by, to 
the Baptist Ministers of Virginia 60 

Jewitt, Llewellyn, F.S.A.— Life of William 
Hutton and the History of the Hutton 
Family 84 

Johnson, Charles P.— An Account of the Ser- 
vices of the Illinois Troops in the Mexican 
War 18 

Johnson, Edward F.— Woburn Records of 
Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1640 to 1873. . 33 

Johnson Family 84, 85, 95, 96, 99 

See Thomas 95, 96, 99 

Johnson, Jacob, Descendants of 85 

Johnson, (Sir) John, Orderly Book of, during 
the Oriskany Campaign, 1776-1777 109 

Johnson, L. F., B. A., M. A. — History of Frank- 
lin County, Kentucky— See Appendix. 

Johnson, William, comp., Sketches and Cor- 
respondence of Nathaniel Greene 110 

Johnston. (Lieut.) Albert Sidney, Order 
Book or, Black Hawk War, 1832 17 

Jones, Charles C, Jr.— Dead Towns of Georgia 10 

Jones, Charles C, Jr., LL.D.— History of 
Georgia, 2 vols 11 

Jones Family 

72, 76, 85, 88, 89, 92, 93, 96, 98, 99, 101, 102 

Jones, Horatio Gates, A.M. — Memoir of Henry 
Bond— See Water town, Mass 33 

Jones, Mary K.— History of Campbell County, 
Kentucky, as read at the Centennial Cele- 
bration July 4, 1876 22 

Jones, Matt Bushnell— History of the Town » 
of Waitsfield, Vermont, 1782-1908 59 

Jones, Pomroy — Annals and Recollections of 
Oneida County, New York 43 

Jones, Thomas— History of New York During 
the Revolutionary War 45 

Jones, U. J. — Juniata Valley, Pennsylvania, 
History of the Early Settlement of 52 

Jones, Zenus— Land Warrant for Military 
Services, War of 1812 85, 111 

Journal of American History — quoted 

59, 99, 111; 113 

Journal of American History, Vol. VI, No. 4, 
October-November-I>!'('<<inher, 1912, quoted 111 

Journal of American History, Vol. V, No. 3, 
1911, quoted 99 

Journal of History — Published by the Reor- t 
ganized Church of Latter Day Saints, 
Lamoni, la 113 

Judd Family, The Name and the Arms 85 

Juniata Valley, Pennsylvania, History of the 
Early Settlement of 52 



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INDEX — Continued 



rAQjt 

Kane,, Carolina Beers 85 

See Appendix. 
Kane, BUM Kent. Article, on, by Henry 

Barret! Chamhciiin 85 

i\:me Family 85 

See also Appendix. 
K aneaa Citv, mo 84 

Kansas State lit, 22, HI, ;<;., 77, 93 

Kansas State— Green. Charles R.— Along the 
Santa F6 Trail. Early Days in Kansas. 

en's Historical Series 22 

Kansas State — Hiawatha, Kan 19, 77 

Kansas State— Historical Society, Collections 

of 22 

Kansas State— Hoyne's Directory of Homeo- 
pathic Physicians in the State of Illinois for 
the Year 1879. Contains a list of homeo- 
pathic physicians in Kansas 22 

Kansas State — Lyndon (Osage County), Kan N 

Kansas State — Osage County, Kan '.»:s 

Kansas State— Topeka, Kan 22, ft 

Kaskaskia 111.— Early Settlers Ol 12 

Kauffman, Rebecca H.— Governor Thomas 

Ford in Ogle County 80 

Keim, DeB. Randolph, editor, Keim and 

Allied Families 85, 113 

Keim Family 85, 113 

Kennedy Family 85 

See Selden 90 

Kennedy, Mary Selden — Seldens of Virginia 

and Allied Families 67, 90 

Kenney Family 67 

Kensal, North Dakota, History of 17 

Kentucky State 22, 23, 21, fe, 66. 74,81, 85, W, 9 1 

Kentucky Stale — Baptist Church — Annual 
Register of the Baptist Denomination in 
North America to the 1st of November, 1790 22 
Kentucky State — Bourbon County, History 

of— See Appendix. 
Kentucky State— Butler, Mann., A.M.— His- 
tory of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. . . 22 
Kentucky State— Campbell County, K n- 

tucky , History of 22 

Kentucky State — Catholic Missions of, 

Sketches of Early Ones 22, 23 

Kentucky State — Collins, Lewis — Historical 

Sketches of Kentucky 23 

Kentucky State— Ebenezer, Presbytery of. . . 23 
Kentucky State— Estill Count v, Kentucky, 

History of 23 ' 

Kentucky State— Filson Club Publications 

23,24,85 

Kentucky State— Franklin County, Ky.— see 

Appendix. 
Kentucky State— Harrison County— See Bour- 
bon County, Appendix. 
Kentucky State— Historic Families of Ken- 
tucky, by Thomas Marshall Green 23 

Kentucky State Historical Society, Register 

of, quoted 23, 91, 9 1 

Kentucky State Historical Society, Register 

of, Vol. IX, No. 27, 1911, quoted 91 

Kentucky State— Historical Society. Register 
of, Vols IX and X. September, fell, Sep- 
tember, 1912, quoted 94 

Kentucky State— Irvine County, Kentucky, 

History of 23 

Kentucky State — JessamineCounty— See Ap- 

pendix. 
Kentucky State— Lexington, Ky.— Trial of 
the Rev. John H. Brown, by the 

Lexington Presbyterian Church 23 

Kentucky State— Lexington, Ky 23,24 

Kentucky State— Louisville, kv 

ii, 24, 63, 66. 76, 85 

Kentucky State — Louisville, Kentucky, His- 
tory of, from its Earliest Settlement io 1852, 

by Ben Casseday 23 

Kentucky State- -Maysville, Ky 23 

Kentucky State, Methodism in, History of, 
by Rev. A. H. Redford 24 



PAGE 

Kentucky State— MuhlenU-rg County, His- 
tory of, bv Otto A. Kothert .«< Appendix. 

Kentucky State— Nicholas County— Sec Bour- 
bon County, Appendix. 

Kentucky State- Presbyterian Church m the 
State of Kentucky, Hisioiy of 24,61 

Kentucky State, Pumiinent Families of— See 
Publications of the Filson Club 85 

Kentucky State —Revolutionary Pensioners 
in, Rol'l of ." 24 

Kentucky State - Rothert. otto A. History 
of Muhlenberg County, Kentucky- an Ap- 
pendix. 

Kentucky State— ScottCounty— 67e Bourbon 
County, Appendix. 

Kentucky State— Sons of the American Ke\ 0- 
luti Year Books of 24,66 

Kentucky State— Union County, Kentucky, 
History of 24 

Kentucky State— War of 1812, Kentucky's 
Part in 24 

Kcrclieval, Samuel- History of the Valley of 
Virginia 04 

Corner, Robert J., Editor of the Diary of 
Edward Crippen, 1801-63 

Kester Family 

Kewanee, 111".— Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Year Books of Chapter 12 

Kidder, Frederic— War of the Revolution, 
History of the First New Hampahin 
ment in 36 

KielTer, (Rev.) Henry Martvn, D.D.- Some 
Of the First Settlers of "The Forks of the 
Delaware," being a translation from the 
German of the record books of the ''First 
Reformed Church" of E as ton, Pa., from 
1760 to 1852 51 

King Charles the First 54 

King Family 85 

SwNew York Shelter Island Presbyter- 
ian Church 44 

Kings Bridge, N.Y 4i>45 

•a W.stcliester County, N.Y. 

Kingsbury, Susan, M.A.M., Ph.D.— Virginia 
Company of London, An Introduction to 
the Records of, with a Bibliographical List 
of the Extant Documents 68 

Kings County, Ireland 71, 100 

Kings. County, L.l 40 

Kings County, N.Y.— Genealogical Club Col- 
lect ions. . .*. 41, 113 

Kinney Family 85, 88, 89, 90 

Kirke, David— Early American Explorer, 
Born, 1897 104 

Kirke Family 86, 104 

Kirke, Gervase, Biographical Sketch of 104 

Kirke, Henry. MAIL, C.L. The First 
Knglish Conquest of Canada 86, 104 

Kirkland, (Mrs.) C. Ifu- Women of the Revo- 
lution HI 

Knickerbacker. 1 ., ., _,„ 

Knickerbocker. J* '""''i' & 

Knight Family 86 

Knight, Lueian Lamar— Landmarks. Mem- 
orials a ,ul Legends of Georgia 11 

Knox County, 111.- In the Military Tract 15 

Knox County. Ohio, Biographical Record of.. 49 

Kocrner Family 86 

Koerner, tiusta'vus- Article on Gustavus 

• rner, by Hon. R. K. Rombauer 86 

Koerner, Gustavus, Memoirs of, edited by 
Thomas J. McCormack 86 

Kreider, George N 76 



L 

Laidley. W. S. and Hale. J. S.. editors, West 
Virginia Historical Magazine. . 69 

Lake County, Ohio, Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in 49 

Lake Erie, Battle of 24 



139 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Lambert, Edward R— History of the Colony 
at New Haven, before and After the Union 

with Connecticut, Etc 8,7 

Lamoni, la 22, 113 

Lamoni, la. — Reorganized Church of Latter 
Days Saints, Journal of History, published 

by 22,113 

La Munyan, (Mrs.) Philip E. Dewees— Gen- 
ealogical Data Collected by, for History of 

the Dewees Family 78 

Lancaster Barracks. Pa. — Where the British 
and the Hessian prisoners were detained 

during the Revolution 52 

Lancaster Count v, Pennsvlvana, History of. . 52 

Lancaster, Pa. . ." 50, 97, 107 

Lancaster County, Va 60, 70 

Lancey, Henry Floyd de, editor, History of 
NVw York during the Revolutionary War.. 45 

Lane, Daniel (2d), Descendants of 86 

Lane Family 86 

See Seld'en 96 

Lane, H. W. and Beckwith, A. C. (comps.), 
Genealogical Notes on the Families of Daniel 

Lane (2d) and Mary Griswold Lane 86 

Lane, Mary < iriswold, Descendants of 86 

Lansing, Mich 34 

LaSerre Family 80, 86 

Latham, Lewis, American Descendants of 54 

Law, John — Colonial History of Vincennes 
under the French, British and American 
< i overnments 21 

Lawrence] Family 86,95,96,99 

See Thomas 99 

Lawrence County, Ala 5 

Lawrence, George A. — Benjamin Lundy, 

Pioneer of Freedom 88 

Lea, J. Henrv— Ancestrv of Abraham Lincoln ST 
Leach, Josiah Granville, LL.B.— Tree Family 

and its Connections in England and America 100 
Learned, Marian Dexter— Abraham Lincoln, 

An American Migration Family 87 

Lebanon, Pa 88 

Le Baron Family 86 

Le Baron, Francis, Descendants of 86 

Lee, Bazley— New Jersey as a Colony and as 
a State, 4 vols. — see Appendix. 

Lee Familv 87 

SeeSelden 96 

La Fevre, Ralph— History of New Paltz, N.Y. 
and its Old Families, from 1678 to 1820, in- 
cluding the Huguenot Pioneers and Others 
who Settled in New Paltz Previous to the 

Revolution 43 

Leflingwell, Albert, M.D. and Leflingwell, 
Charles Wesley, D.D.— Leflingwell Record, 

11^7-1897 87 

Leflingwell Family 8, 87 

l^eflingweJl, (Lieut.) Thomas 87 

L'Hommedieti Family 87 

See Hommedieu 83 

See NewYork Shelter Island Presbvterian 

Church 44 

L' Hommedieu, Sylvester 44 

Leicester, Massachusetts, Historical Sketches 

of.. 30 

Lenox, Mass.— History of Lenox and Rich- 
mond, Massachusetts ". 30,31 

Le Sage Family 87 

Letitia Grevn Stevenson Chapter Daughters 

of American Revolution, Bloomington. III.. 15 
Letters— Cardelle Clara and Deweese, W. B., 
comps., Letters from an Early Settlrr of 

Texas " > 

Letters— Hutchinson, Thomas, Diarv and 

Letters of 30, 106 

Letters— Illinois— Pioneer Mothers of Illi- 
nois, Collection of Letters of 13 

Smith, John H.— Letter of John H. 
Smith to the Executive of Virginia, dated 

Richmond, August It), 1633 Ifi 

Letters — Samuel OverUm, to his father, letter 
of, written during the War of 1812 24 



PAGE 

Lewis, (Gen.) Andrew— Orderly Book of that 
Portion of the American Army Stationed 
at or Near Williamsburg, Va., under Com- 
mand of Gen. Andrew Lewis, from March 

18, 1776 to August 28, 1776 69, 109 

Lewis, (aril A.— Lewfsiana, or the Lewis Let- 
ter, periodical relating to the Lewis Family 

87,113 

Lewis Family 87, 113 

Lewisiana or the Lewis Letter — periodical re- 
lating to the Lewis Family 87,113 

Lewiston, Me 93 

Lewis, Virgil— Archivist, State of West Vir- 
ginia 69 

Lewis, Virgil— How West Virginia Was Made 69 

Lewis, Virgil— West Virginia History 69 

Lexington, Battle of, April 19, 1775 72, 82 

Lexington, Ky 21,24 

Lexington, Ky.— Trial of Rev. John H. 
Brown by the West Lexington Presbyterian 

Church 23 

Lincklaen, John — Travels in Pennsylvania, 

via New York and Vermont 42, 52, 53, 59 

Lincoln, Abraham, Ancestry of, by Hutchin- 
son & Lea 87 

Lincoln, Abraham — Clark, Olynthus B.— 

Lincoln Poor White Legend — See Appendix. 

Lincoln Abraham — Learned, Marian Dexter — 

Abraham Lincoln, an American Migration 

Family 87 

Lincoln, Abraham — Lincoln-Douglas Debates 
edited by Edwin Erie Sparks, Illinois His- 
torical Collections, Vol. HI 116 

Lincoln, Abraham — Lincoln, Solomon — Lin- 
coln Families of Massachusetts, Notes on, 
with some Account of the family of Abraham 

Lincoln 87 

Lincoln, Abraham — Nancy Hanks — Story of 
Abraham Lincoln's Mother — See Appendix, 
Hanks. 
Lincoln, Abraham— Tarbell, Ida M.— The 

Parents of Lincoln 87 

Lincoln Countv, Maine, Probate Records of, 

17W to 1800 26 

Lincoln Countv, N.C.— see Hunter's Sketches 

of North Carolina 46,47 

Lincoln-Douglas Debates 116 

Lincoln Family 87 

See Appendix, Clark, Olynthus B. 
Lincoln i amily— See Hanks Family in Ap- 
pendix. 
Lincoln Family— Lincoln Farm Association. . 87 

Lincoln Farm Association 87 

Lincolniana, Collection in the Illinois State 

Historical Library, Reference to 3 

Lincoln, Neb 34, 111 

Lincoln Poor White Legend — See Appendix, 

Clark, Olynthus B. 
Lincoln, Solomon — Lincoln Families of Mas- 
sachusetts, Notes on, with some Account 

of the Family of Abraham Lincoln 87 

Lindley Family 73, 87, 91 

Lindslav Familv 87 

See Selden 96 

Linn Family 88 

Linn, (Dr.) George Wilds — History of a Frag- 
ment of the Family of the Clan Linn and a 
Genealogy of the Linn and Related Families 88 
Linn, John B. and Egle, William 11., editors, 

Pennsylvania Archives 50,51.53 

Litchfield, Conn 101 

Lockwood, Mary S 00. 61 

London, England 30, ill, si, 104, 108, 107 

London—Virginia Company of London and 

from the First Colony, never before printed. 107 
Long, Charles M., M.A., Ph.D.— \ irginia 
County Names. Two Hundred and Sev- 
enty S'ears of Virginia History 62 

Long' Island, N.Y ' 7, 40, 74 

Long Island— Flatbush, Kings Countv, His- 
tory of 40 

Long Island Genealogy, By Mary Powell 
Bunker 74 



140 



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PAGE 

Long Island, N.Y.— Historical Memoirs, Vol. 

I, quoted 40,108 

Lour Island Historical Society 40,108 

Logan Family 88,91 

See Morton. 

See Appendix, John A. Logan. 
Logan, John A., Life and Services of— See 

Appendix. 
Lossfng. Benson J. — Home of Washington, or 

Mount Vernon, its Associations 101 

Louisiana State 5, 24, 25, 94 

Louisiana State — Alexander, La 94 

Louisiana State — Commemoration of the 
Transfer of Louisiana from France to llu> 
United State, Official Program of, Decem- 
ber 18-20, 1903 25 

Louisiana State— Gay arre, Charles— Essai 

Historique de la Louisiane 25 

Louisiana State— Gayarre, Charles— Histoire 

• de la Louisiane 2T> 

Louisiana State— Gayarr§, Charles — Louisiana 

Its Colonial History and Romance 25 

Louisiana State, Historical Society Collections 

of 24,25 

Louisiana State— New Orleans, La 5,25 

Louisville, Ky 22, 23, 24, 63. 66, 76, 85, 89,97 

Louisville, Kentucky, History of, from its 
" Earliest Settlement to 1852, by Ben Casse- 

day 23 

Loveless, Milo J 116 

Lovell Family— see Weymouth, Mass., His. 

Soc. Col., Vol. 1 87 

Lovejoy, Evelyn M. Wood— History of Royal- 
ton Vermont, with Family Genealogies, 1769 

-1911 59 

Lowell, A. J.— Early Settlers and Indian 
Fighters of Southwest Texas— «ee Appendix. 
Lower, Mark Anthony — English Surnames 
and Essays on Family Nomenclature, His- 
torical, Etymological and Humorous 106 

Lowry, Robert — History of Mississippi 35 

Luce Family 72,88,89,92,93,96,98,99,101,102 

Ludlam, Anthony J., comp., Genealogical 
Sketch of the Ludlam Family from the 
Early Settlement of Cape May County, 

New Jersey. 1692 88 

Ludlam Family 88 

Lundy, Benjamin— Benjamin Lundy, Pio- 
neer of Freedom, by George A. Lawrence. . 88 
Lundy Benjamin— Lundy Family and their 
Descendants of Whatsoever Surname with 
a Biographical Sketch of Benjamin Lundy, 

by William Clinton Armstrong, A.M 88 

Lundy Family 88 

Lutheran Church in North and South Carolina 

46, 55, 56' 

Lyle Family 88 

Lyle, John, Ancestry of 88 

Lyle, Matthew, Ancestry of 88 

Lyle. Oscar K., comp., Ancestry and Pos- 
terity of Matthew, John, Daniel and Samuel 

Lyle, Pioneer Settlers of V irginia 88 

Lyle, Samuel, Ancestry of 88 

Lyman, Francis M.— Pioneers of Missouri and 

Illinois 35 

Lyman. Payson W.— History of Easthamp- 
ton; its Settlement, Etc., together with a 
Genealogical Record of its Original Fam- 
ilies..... 29 

I. vine, Conn 82 

Lynchburg, Va., Sketches and Recollections 

of, by the Oldest Inhabitants 64 

Lyndon, Kansas, Annals of 93 

Lyon Family 88 

Lytle, Milton Scott, comp., History of Hunt- 
ingdon County, Pennsylvania 52 

M 

McAllister, J. T.— Index to SafTell's Records of 
the Revolutionary War 110 

McAllister, J. T.— Virginia Militia in the 
Revolutionary War 66 



PAGE 

Macbeath, Malcolm — An Abstract of a Gen- 
ealogical Collection, Vol. 1 103 

McBnde, James— Butler County, Ohio, Pio- 
neer Biography of some of the Early Set- 
lers of 48 

McClure, David, Diary of, 1748-1820, with 
Notes, by Franklin B. Dexter, edited bj 
John P. Peters 88,106 

McClure Family 88. 106 

McCormack, Thomas J., editor, Memoirs of 
Gustavo Koerner 86 

McCormick Family 67, 85, 88, 89, 90 

McCubbins, (Mrs.) M. G., comp., Rowan 
County, North Carolina Wills 47 

McDonald Family 63, 64, 88, 89 

McDonough County, 111.— In the Militarv 
Tract 16 

McDowell Family 71, si, sn 

See Greenlee 81 

McDowells of Virginia and Kentucky 74,81,89 

McGardle, William H.— History of Mississippi 85 

Mel lhany Family 67. 85, 88, 89, 90 

Mcllhany. Hugh Milton, Jr., M.A., Ph.l>- 
Some Virginia Families 67,85,88,89,90 

McKeen, (Rev.) Silas, l> l> History of 
Bradford, Vermont. Containing some Ac- 
count of the Place of its First Settlement in 
1765 58 

Mackenzie Family ... 72, 89, 92, 93 96, 98, 99, 101, 102 

Mackenzie, George Norbury, LL.B., editor, 
Colonial Families of the United States of 
America, 4 vols IDE 

McLean County, 111.— Census of lsio. Heads 
of Families of McLean County. Illinois, at 
the Census of 1840 (taken by Jacob Spawr). . 12, 89 

McLean County, 111.— Inscriptions on old 
Gravestones in Bloomington and Randolph 
Townships 12 

McLean County, 111.— Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in 14, 15 

McLean County, 111.— Soldiers of the War of 
1812, whose Bounty Land Grants were 
Located in McLean County, Illinois 12, 16 

McLean Family ." 89 

McLean, John, Article on, by Captain I. II. 
Burnham 89 

MacLean, J. P., Ph.D.— Scotchi Highlanders 
in America, Prior to the Peace of 1783 . 103, 101, 1 10 

McMillan, C. E., Descendants of 89 

McMillan Family 89 

McMillan, John, Descendants of 89 

McMillan, W. F., Descendants of 89 

MacMurray, J. W., A.M.— A Historv of the 
Schenectady Patent in the Dutch and Eng- 
lish Times; being a Contribution toward ■ 
History of the Lower Mohawk Vallev, 
edited by J. W. MacMurray, A.M .".... 44 

Macon County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in 3,14 

Macon Family 89 

See Selden 96 

McPike, Eugene F., comp., Hallev and I'vke 
Families 82,94 

McPike, Eugene F.— Romance of Qeneali 

78.79,80,82,88,89,91,94,99, 10b. ml 

Mel'ike, Eugene F.— Stuart. Freeman, Day, 
Parry, Pyke Families 78, 98 

McPike, Eugene F.— Stuart, Freeman, l'anv 
and Pyke Families 81, 94 

MacSparran, (Rev.) J. D.D.— "America D 
sected" 55 

Madison Countv, III.— Gazetteer of Madison 
County, Illinois, 1866 13 

Madison County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in 3, 14 

Madison University, Hamilton, N.Y., First 
Half Century of (1819-1S69) 41 

Madison, Wis 3,70 

Magazine of Historv with Notes and Qoariaa 
78, 79. 80, 81, 82, 88, 89, 91, 94, 98, 99, 100, 101 , 1 \>, 1 13 

Maine State 25, 26, 74, 85, 93, 96, 99, 107 

Maine State— Bangor, Me 



141 



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PAGE 

Maine State— Belfast, Maine, History of, 
Vols. I and II, 1770-1900— See Appendix. 
Maine State — Brooksville, Maine, History of.25, 26 
Maine State — Buxton, Maine, Centennial 

Anniversary of 25 

Maine State— Buxton, Me.— Records of the 
Proprietors of Narraganset Township No. 
I, now the Townjof Buxton, York County, 
Maine, from August 1, 1733 to January 4, 

lMl.Etc, Etc...... 25 

Maine State — Castine, Maine, History of 25,26 

Maine State — Census of 1790. Heads of Famil- 
ies at the First United States Census, Maine 107 
Maine State Genealogical Society, Reports of 26 

Maine State— Harpswell, Me 85, 96 

Maine State— Historical and Genealogical 

1 iicord 26 

Maine State, Historical Society Collections of 26 
Maine State — Lincoln County Probate Rec- 
ords, 1760 to 1800 26 

Maine State— Penobscot, Maine, History of. .25, 26 
Maine State — Pentagoet, Maine, Ancient Set- 
tlement of 25, 26 

Maine State— Popham Colony— Memorial Vol- 
ume of the Popham Celebration, August 29, 

1862, Etc 26 

Maine, State— Portland, Me 25, 26, 74 

Maine State — Portland, Maine Soldiers and 

Sailors in the War of the Rebellion 26 

Maine State — York County, Me 25 

Maiden, Mass., History of, 1633-1785 30 

Mailman, (Rev.) Jacob E., comp., Historical 
Papers on Shelter Island and its Presby- 
terian Church 44 

Manakin Town, Va — See Huguenot Emi- 
gration to Virginia 64 

Manchester, N.H 36 

Marietta, Ohio, First Settlement of 48 

Marion, Abijah P.— History of Worcester, 

Massachusetts, in War of the Rebellion 33 

Marion County, Ind.— Pictorial and Bio- 
graphical Memoirs of Indianapolis and 

Marion County, Indiana 20 

Markham, Elizabeth, Descendants of 89 

Markham Family 89 

See Marshall. 
Marriage Licenses New York Previous to 

1784 42 

Marriage Notices, Pennsylvania, Snyder 

County 53 

Marriage Notices, South Carolina, 1732-1801.. 56 
Marriages, Massachusetts, Dorchester, 1825.. 28 

Marriages— Massachusetts, 1717-1769 28 

Marriages — New Jersey— Hanover, Morris 
County, New Jersey, Marriages and Bap- 
tisms, 1746-1796 38 

Marriages — United States Marriage Notices, 

17v. 1791, for the whole United States 30 

Marshall, A. F., comp., Soldiers of the War 
of Lsl2, whose Bounty Land Grants were 

Located in Woodford County, Illinois 19 

Marshall County, 111., Part of, in the Military 

Tract 15 

Marshall County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 14 

Marshall, Edward Chauncey, A.M. -Ancestry 
df General Grant and their Contemporaries.. 81 

Marshall Familv 78,88 

.SVeCloyd. " 

Marshall, John, Descendants of 

Marshall, J. M.— Buxton, Maine, Centennial 
of the Anniversiary of, Report of the Pro- 
ceedings 25 

Martin Family 89 

SetLeSage 87 

\ ppendix. 
Mar tin, (ieorge Castor, comp., Barrett Ancestry 72 
Martin, George Castor, comp., Cnlekerbacker 

or Knickerbocker Family 86 

Martin, Richard Allen, coiiip., Castor Familv, 
Hotmsborg Branch ". . 76 



PAGE 

Martindale, Joseph C, M.D., comp., Gilbert 
Family; Carver Family and the Duflield 
Family 81 

Martindale, Joseph C, M.D., comp., Knight 
Family 86 

Martindale, Joseph C, M.D., comp., Walton 
Family 101 

Martinsburg, West Virginia, History of 69 

Maryland State 27, 69 84. 95, 107 

Maryland State — Archives of Maryland, Pro- 
ceedings and Acts of the General Assembly 
of Maryland April 1715- August, 1716 27 

Maryland State — Baltimore, Md 

27, 86, 95 96, 97, 99, 1 05 

Maryland State, Baltimore Chronicles of, by 
Col. J. Thomas Scharf 27 

Maryland State— Calendar of Wills, 1685 to 
1713, Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton) 
comp 27 

Maryland State— Census, 1790— Heads of Fam- 
ilies at the First Census of the United States, 
Maryland 27, 107 

Maryland State — Fort McHenry— The Citizen 
Soldiers at North Point and Ft. McHenry, 
September 13, 14,1814 27 

Maryland State— Hagerstown, Md 69 

Maryland State Historical Society Publica- 
tions—Fund Publications (Peabody Fund) 
No. I, 1867 toNo.»37, 1901 ". 27 

Maryland State — Montgomery County, Md.. 27 

Maryland State— North Point— The Citizen 
Soldiers at North Point and Ft. McHenry, 
September 13, 14, 1814 27 

Maryland State— Richardson, Hester Dorsey— 
Sidelights on Maryland History 27 

Maryland State— Sandy Springs, Maryland, 
Annals of 27 

Maryland State— Thomas Family of Maryland 

and Connected Families 

74, 76, 79, 83, 84, 86, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100 

Maryland State— War of 1812— see North Point 
and Ft. McHenry 27 

Maryland State, Wills, Calendar of, 1635 to 
1685, 1685 to 1702, 1703-1713 27 

Mason Family 90 

See Selden 96 

Massachusetts Bay 97, 106 

Massachusetts State 

. .23, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 48, 59,61, 71, 72, 74. 79. 
80,82,83,86,87,91,94,98, 103, 104. 107, 112 113, 114 

Massachusetts State, Abington History of. . . . 28 

Massachusetts State — Andover, Massachusetts 
South Church of, Historical Manual 28 

Uassachusetts State — Ashfleld, Mass 71 

Massachusetts State — Berkshire County 31 

Massachusetts State — Billerica, Massachusetts 
History of 28 

Massachusetts State— Boston, Mass 

28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 

58, 61, 71, 78, 103, 104 105, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113 

Massachusetts State— Boston, Mass., Epitaphs 

from Copps' Hill Burial Ground 28 

husetts State — Boston— History of 
South Boston; formerly Dorchester Neck, 
now Ward XII, of the City of Boston 28 

Massachusetts State — Boston, Mass.— Old 
South Church (Third Church) Historical 

Catalogue, 1669-1882 28 

.'husetts Slate- Bridtrewatcr, Massa- 
chusetts, History of the Early Settlement of 28 

Massachusetts State — Cambridge, Mass 48, 112 

Massachusetts State — Census of 1790— Heads 
of Families First United States Census. . .32, 107 

Massachusetts State — Dentinal — Columbia 
Centinel | New -paper) 30 

Massachusetts Slate Charlestown, Mass. — 
Genealogies and Estates of Chartoelowu, in 
the County of Middlesex and Common' 
wealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818 29 

Massachusetts state Colonial Society of, 
Publ leal ions of 29 



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PAGE 

Massachusetts State— Dodham, Mass., First 
Church in, Two Hundredth and Fiftieth 
Anniversary of, 1638-1888 29 

Massachusetts State— Dorchester Births, Mar- 
riages, Deaths to the Bad <>f 1825 28,29 

Massachusetts State — Dorchester Neck — See 
Boston 28 

Massachusetts State— Douglass Massachusetts, 
1 1 i story of 29 

Massachusetts State— Duxbtirv, Massachu- 
setts, Copy of the old Records of the Town 
from 1012 to 1770, Made in the Year, 1892.. 29 

Massachusetts State — Duxbury, Mass. — His- 
tory of the Town of Duxbury, .Massachusetts 
with Genealogical Registers 29 

Massachusetts State — Easihainptou, History 
of, its Settlement, Growth, Etc, together 
with a Genealogical Record of its Original 
Families 29 

Massachusetts State— Essex County, Mass. .at, 112 

Massachusetts State — Framingham, Massa- 
chusetts, History of 29, 30 

Massachusetts State — Genealogical and Per- 
sonal Memoirs of Massachusetts 30 

Massachusetts state -Grafton. History of.. 30 

Massachusetts State— Grotou, Massachusetts, 
Celebration of the Two Hundredth and 
Fiftieth Anniversary of 30 

Massachusetts State— Hills, Joseph— Joseph 
Hills and the Massachusetts Law of 1648 30 

Massachusetts State Historical Society Col- 
lections and Proceedings of 30 

Massachusetts Stat* — Leicester, Massachu- 
setts, Historical Sketches of 30 

Massachusetts state — Lenox, Massachusetts, 
1 1 istory of 30 

Massachusetts State— Maiden, Massachusetts, 
Blatory <>r. 1633- 1781 30 

Massachusetts State— Med ford, History of... 31 

Massachusetts State— Middlesex County, His- 
tory of 31 

Massachusetts State— Newburyport, Mass... 94 

Massachusetts State — New rivmouth Colony, 
Records of; Court Orders, Vol. 1, 1633-1640 31 

Massachusetts State— Palmer, Massachusetts, 
History Of the Town of 31 

Massachusetts State, Pittsfleld. Mass. .80, 31,82, 91 

Massachusetts State — Pittsfleld, Massachu- 
set ts, History of 31 

Massachusetts State— Plymouth County.. . 

Massachusetts State— Plymouth, Mass 31,86 

Massachusetts State — Plymouth, Massachu- 
setts, Ancient Landmarks of 31 

Massachusetts State — Rehoboth, Massachu- 
setts, Vital Records of, 1643-18M :U 

Massachusetts State— Box bury, Mass.. 28. 31, 83 

Massachusetts State— Boxbury Town, His- 
tory of ". 38,31 

Massachusetts State— Salem, Mass 30, 112, 114 

Massachusetts Btate— Salem Press Historical 
and Genealogical Record 114 

Massachusetts State — Society of tho Cincin- 
nati 32, 104 

Massachusetts State Soldiers and Sailors of 

Massachusetts in the Revolutionary War.. :V2 

Massachusetts State Sous of the American 
Revolution 32 

Massachusetts state — Sowans, Massachusetts, 
Ancient Records of 32 

Massachusetts State— Springfield, Massachu- 
setts :u, 72, 83, 83, Of) 

bUSettS State Springfield. Massachu- 
, Annals of Chicopee Street 32 

Massachusetts State -Springfield, Massachu- 
setts, Families '.ts 

Massachusetts Btate— Suffolk County Deeds.. :<2 

Massachusetts State -Wallham. Early Set- 
tlers of S3, 83 

U busettS Stale War of the Revolution. 
Soldiers and Sailors of Massachusetts in 32 

Massachusetts State— War of the Revolution- 
Sons of the American Revolution Society.. 32 



PAOE 

Massachusetts State— War of the Bebellion 
Worcester, Slstoryofla 33 

Massachusetts State— Watertown, Early Set- 
t lers of 32, 33 

.■■husetts State w • ..33 

Massachusetts state— Weston, Karlv Settlers 

of 33, 83 

'•• Weymouth, Mass.. 
IC hUSOttl Slate- Wevmouth. Massachu- 
setts, Historical Sketch of, from 1622 to 

lssi :« 

Massachusetts State Woburn, Mass 74 

Massachusetts State Worcester, Mass X?, 72 

Massachusetts state- Worcester, History of, 
in War of the Rebellion '. 33 

Massachusetts State -Worthlngton. Mass 01 

an, Arthur EL— History of Cohoes. New 

York from its F.arliesl Settlement to the 
Present Time 40 

Mathews Family 90,91 

Sec Morton *. 'J 1 

Matthews, John -Hints for Tracing an Anglo- 
American I'edigree in the Old Country with 
a List of Wills, from 1700 to 172."., in the 
Prerogative Court of Canterbury, England. 
of Testators Living or Dying in America and 
the West Indies 107 

Maumee River Basin, Allen County, Indiana 19 

Maury, Ann— Memoirs of a Huguenot Family: 
Translated and Compiled from the Orig- 
inal Autobiography of the Rev. Jar 
Fontaine, and other Family Manuscripts 
etc 

Maxwell. Ilu and Miller, Thomas Condit — 
Wesl \ irginiaand its People- set Appendix. 

Mayflower Descendants, Illinois Society of. .13, 108 

Mayflower Descendants, Illinois Society of. 
Publications Nos. 2 and 8 13, 1"\ 

Mayflower Descendant, Quarterly Magazine 

of Pilgrim Genealogy and History 113 

Mayflower Passengers let America lleraldica 109 

Mayflower Passengers, Genealogies of 

Mayflower .P as s en gers List of 103 

Mayo Family M 

See Randolph. 

See New York Shelter Island Presby- 
terian Church 44 

Mavsville, Ky 23 

Meade, (Bishop) William— Meade's old 

Churches, Ministers ami Families of Virginia 

J. M. Toner, M.D., Index to 64 

Wise's Index to, Morrison index to 

Mecklenburg County, N.C.— Sic Hunter's 
Sketches of North Carolina 16, 17 

Modford, Massachusetts, History of the Town 
of, from its First Settlement in 1630 to 1886.. 31 

Meese. William A. — Rock River in the Revo- 
lut ion l."> 

Meginness, J. F. (John of Lancaster}, Sus- 
quehanna Valley West Branch of, Bio- 
graphical Annals of Deceased Residents of .10 

Meigs, (Col.) R.J 4s 

Menard County, III., Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in 8 

Mercer County, 111.— In the Military Tract 

Mercer Family 90 

See Selden 4J3 

Merchant ville, N.J 100 

Mcriden. Conn 

Menden. Connecticut. History of 

S,, Wallingford. Conn. 

Merryman Family 90 

Merryman, Walter, of Harpswell, Maine and 
his Descendants 90 

Mervine, William M. editor. < J enea logical 

Register. Vol. I, KM3 107 

Methodist Church -Kentucky. History of 

Methodism In M 

Mexican War 16, 17, 18,34 

Mexican War. Illinois Soldiers in 16, 17, Is 

Michaux Famih 90,91 

See Morton 91 



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PAGE 

Michigan State— Detroit, Celebration of the 
Centennial of the Evacuation of 33 

Michigan State — Detroit, Mich., Early Days in, 

Papers by G en. Friend Palmer 33 

Michigan State— Detroit, Mich.— Early De- 
troit, by C. M. Bunton 33 

Michigan State -Grand Rapids, Mich.— His- 
torical Society 34 

Michigan State— Lansing, Mich 34 

Michigan State, Pioneer Society of, Collec- 
tions Of 34 

Middlebury, Conn, History of 7,9 

Middlebury, Conn.— Sec Waterbury. Conn.. 9 
Middlebury, Conn.— See Woodbury, Conn ... 9 

Middlebury, Vermont, History of 59 

Middlesex County, Mass 29, 31 

Middlesex County, Massachusetts, History of 31 
Middlesex Countv, Va. — ChristChureh Parish 

Register, 1653-1812 61 

Middle-ex County, N. J.— Wills, 1804-1830.... 39 
Middletown Township, Chester County, now 

Delaware Countv, Pennsylvania 92 

Midway, Ga.— History of the Midway Congre- 
gational Church 11 

Milburn, (Rev.) William A. — Life of Douglas 
— See Appendix. 

Milesian Families of Ireland 90 

Milford, Conn 7 

\ew Haven, Colony of. 

Military Bounty Land. State of Illinois 15,16 

Military Roster— Civil Officers of the Govern- 
ment of the United States and of the State 
of New York, since the Adoption of its 

Constitution in 1777 104 

Military Tract Illinois— Bounty lands in the 
military tract advertised in the name of the 
original patentee and taxed according 

to the class to which they belong 15 

Miller, ( Rev. i Alexander — Custer, Milo, comp. 
Rev. Alexander Miller of Virginia and Some 

of his Descendants 90 

Miller Family 90 

Miller, Joseph Lyon, M.D. — Descendants of 
Captain Thomas Carter of Barford, Lan- 
caster County, Virginia, with Genealogical 

Notes of many of the Allied Families 60, 76 

Miller, Thomas Condit and Maxwell. II u— 
West Virginia and its People— Sec A ppendix. 
Mills, Richard W.— Dr. George Cad well, Arti- 
cle on 75 

Milton Family 87, 86,88,89, 90 

Milwaukee. Wis. — Buck, James S.— Milwau- 
kee Under the Charter from 1847 to 1853 70 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Pioneer History of... 70 
Minnesota State, Historical Society Collec- 
tions of 34 

Misme Family 90,91 

See Morton 91 

Mississippi River 15. 16, 104 

Ktppi State, Archives and History De- 
partment of 31 

Mississippi State Historical Society, Publi- 
cations of 34 

Mississippi State, History of, from the Dis- 
covery of the Great River by Hernando De- 
Soto, including the Earliest Settlement 
made by the French Under Iberville, to 

the Death of Jefferson Davis 88 

Mississippi State — Jackson, Miss 35 

Mississippi State, Official and Statistical Reg- 
ister of 1904 35 

Mississippi State — Oxford, Miss 34 

Mississippi State, University of 34 

Mississippi Valley Historical Society, Pub- 
lications of 113 

Missouri State 20,22,35,36,84,91 

Missouri State— Boone County, Mo.— War of 
1*12. List of Soldiers Petitioning for Pen- 
sions 36 

Missouri State — Columbia, Mo 35 

Missouri State— Historical Review, Published 
at Columbia, Mo 35 



PAGE 

Missouri State Historical Society of, Collec- 
tions of, St. Louis, Mo 35 

Missouri State— Houck, Louis— History of 

Missouri 35 

Missouri State— Houck, Louis— Spanish Re- 
gime in Missouri 35 

Missouri State— Hoyne, T. S., Ml).— Annual 
Directory of Homeopathic Physicians in 
the State of Missouri for the Year M79 

20,22,35 

Missouri State— Kansas City, Mo 84 

Missouri State— Pioneers of Missouri and Ill- 
inois 35 

Missouri State— St. Louis, Mo 35,91,92 

Missouri State— Spanish Regime in Missouri, 

by Louis Houck 35 

Missouri State— War of 1812— Boone County, 
Mo , List of Soldiers Petitioning for Pen- 
sions 36 

Missouri State— War of the Rebellion, Mis- 
souri Troops in 36 

Missouri Territory 16 

Mitchell. (Rev.) S. H., comp., Historical 

Sketches o' Iowa Baptists 22 

Mitchell, Nahum— History of the F^arly Set- 
tlement of Bridgewater in Plymouth 
County, Massachusetts, including an ex- 
tensive family register 28 

Mitchener, C. H.— Historic Invents in the 

Tuscarawas and Muskingum Valleys 49 

Mobile, Ala— Founding of Mobile, 1702-1718, 

bv Peter J. Hamilton 5 

Moffat Family 90 

Moffat, (Rev.) John, Descendants of 90 

Moffat, R. Burnham, comp., Moffat Gene- 
alogies 90 

Mohawk Valley, New York, Memoranda on. . 44 
Moline. Til.— Daughters of the American 

Revolution, Year Books of Chapter 12 

Monmouth, Til 3,12 

Monmouth, 111.— Daughters of the American 

Revolution, Year Books of Chapter 12 

Monmouth Countv, N.J.-Wills of 1804-1830 39 
Monongahela, Pa.— Monongahela of Old or 
Historical Sketches of Southwestern Penn- 

svlvania $2 

Monroe Countv, New York. History of 42.43 

Monroe, (President) James 16,77.85.92, 111 

Montague. E. J. — Early Settlers of Kaskaskia. 
A Directory Business Mirror and Historical 

Sketches of Randolph County 12 

Monterey, Va 63 

Montgomery, Ala 5 

Montgomery County, Md 27 

Montpelier, Vt 5 s 

Montreal. Can 87,104 

Moore, (Dr.) D. N.— Moore Family Centen- 
nial Reunion, Belleville, 111., May 31 and 

June 1 , 1882 91 

Moore, Ensley— Goudy Family in Illinois.. 81 

Moore Family 90. 91 

See Selden 96 

Moore Family— Reunion, Belleville, 111., 1*82 

90.91 

Moore, George L.— Descendants of Shildes 

Moore in America 90 

Moore. J. Bailey— History of the Town of 

Candia, New Hampshire 36 

Moore, 3. Staunton, editor and comp.. His- 
tory of Henrico Parish and Old St. John's 

Church, Richmond, Va., 1611-1904 6:{ 

Moore, McCabe 91 

Moore, Risdon Alexander 90 

Moore, Shildes, Descendants of, in America, 

1732 to 1891 90 

Morgan Countv, 111 3, 12, 15 

Morgan County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 3,15 

Morgan, (Col ) George 35 

Mormons— Journal of History, published by 
Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints, 

Lamoni.Ia 22, 11 

3 



144 



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PAGE 

Mormons— Times and Seasons, Periodical of, 

published at Nauvoo, III 97 

Morris County, N.J 38, 39 

Morris County, N.J.— Wills, 1801-1830 39 

Morris, Esther, Descendants of 77 

Morris Family 77, 91 , 9fi 

See Collin's 77 

Morris, Seymour— Genealogies being com- 
piled by, List of 108 

Morris Seymour, comp., Halo Family of Con- 
necticut 82 

Morris. Tyler Seymour— The Seymour Family 

a reprint of the Morris Genealogy 96 

Morrisania. N.Y 45, 112 

Morrison, Hugh A.— Index to Names of Per- 
sons and Churches in Meade's Old Churches, 

revised by CI 

Morri8town, New Jersey, First Presbyterian 

Church in. nistory of 39 

Morse Family 91 

Morse, Samuel, Descendants of 91 

Morton, (Miss) comp., Morton, Vonable, 
Michaux of Saurin, Mismes, France, Ro- 
chette of Holland, Carey, Woodson, Logan, 

Clark, and Mathews Families 91 

Morton Family 76, 88, 90. 91, 95, 100, 102 

Morton, (Mrs.) Jennie C, Secretary of the 

Kentucky State Historical Society 23 

Morton, Oren F.. B.L.— nighland County, 

Virginia. History of 63 

Moseley, (Gen.) Edward A., President, Amer- 
ican-Irish Historical Society, Annual Ad- 
dress of 103 

Muhlenberg, (Gen.) John Peter Gabrie', Order- 
ly Book of, March 26 to December 20, 1777. . 68 

Munsell . Jool 6. 103, 106 

Munsell, Jool. Pub. — American Genealogies, 

Index to, with Supplement 103 

Munsell, Joel & Sons— Qenealoeiea' Articles, 
List of Titles in American Periodicals and 
Kindred Works, giving the Name. Residence 
and Earliest Date of the First Settler of 

Each Family, Etc 106 

Munson Family 91 

M"rphy. Henrv C, editor. Journal of Jasper 

Dankers and Peter Sluyter 40, 108 

Muskingum Valley, Ohio 49 

Myers Family ..." 73, 87, 91 

Mvers, John F.— Genealogy of the Myers, 

Lindlev and Rirdsell Families 73. 87. 91 

Mvers, John F., Poems of, Reference to. .73.87,91 
Myers, Theodorus B 109 

N 

Nance. Zachariah — Soldier of the Revolution 91 

NaT>erville. Ill 83, 91 

Narraeansett, Rhode Island, Episcopal Church 
in, History of 55 

Nash, Gilbert. ooim>.. Historical Sketch of the 
Town of Weymouth. Mass 33 

Nash, Gilbert, comp., Weymouth in its First 
Thirtv Years 33 

Nashville. Tenn 3 1, 35 

Nason. (Rev.) Elias. M.A.— Discourso De- 
livered before the New Eneland Historical 
and Genealogical Society, Boston, April 2, 
1868, on the Life and Character of Hon. 
John Albion Andrew. LL.D 71 

National Society— Daughters of the American 
Revolution 57. 106. 108, 11 1 

National Society Daughters American Revo- 
lution—American Monthly Magazine, pub- 
lished b y 57.111 

National Society Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Annual Reports, Directory of. 
History of. Lineage Books .".106,108 

National Society Sons of the American Revo- 
lution, Register of, Year Books 110,111 

Naugatuek, Conn 7,9 

Set Waterbury, Conn 9 

Nauvoo, Til 97 

Newberry Library, Chicago— Genealogical 
Collection 3 



PAGE 

Nebraska State— Allen, John C. Secretary of 
State of, comn.. Soldiers, Sailors and Marines 
of the War of 1812, Mexican War and the War 
of the Rebellion, Residing in Nebraska. 
June 1,1893 31.111 

Nebraska State, Historical Society Publica- 
tions of 31 

Nebraska State— Indian War of 1864, Being 
a Fragment of the Early History of Kansas, 
Nebraska. Colorado arid Wyoming M 

Nebraska State— Lincoln, Neb" 34.111 

Nebraska State — Mexican War, Soldiers and 
Sailors in. Residing in Nebraska, 1893 31 

Nebraska State— Omaha, Neb 76 

Nebraska State— War of 1*12. Soldiers, Sailors 
and Marines in, Residing in Nebraska, I - 
34.111 

Newburgh, N.Y 71. 72, 7 1, 78. 83 

Nowburyport, Mass B I 

Newbury, Vermont, History of, from the 
Discovery of the Coos Country to Present 
Time. Etc 

Neill, Edward D.— History of the Virginia 
Company of London to and from tho FirRt 
Colony, never before printed 68, 107 

Neill, Edward D.— Virginia Carolorum— The 
Colonv under the Rule of Charles the First 
and Second, A.D. 1625-1685 65, 68 

New Castle County. Del.— Calendar of Wills 
of 1682-1800 10 

New Connecticut Chapter Daughters of the 
American Revolution, Painesville, Ohio.. 48. 49 

New England, First Settlers of. Genealogical 
Dictionary of, by James Savage— also index 
to same, comp. by O. P. Dexter, M.A., 
LL.B 

New England, First Settlers of, or Conquest 
of the Pequods, Narragansetts and Pokano 
kets, Etc 1 09 

New England— Genealogical and Historical 
Society at Boston 3 

New England— Genealogical Notes of New 
York and New England Families 91 ,92 

New England -Genealogical Quarterly sod 
Magazine <>f New England History 112 

New England Historical and ( i enealogical 
Register 79.uk, ua 

New England Historical and lienealogical 
Register Index to Genealogies and Pedi- 
grees ror Fiftv Years January, 1817 to 
October, 1896 108 

Ni'W BngWld Historical and Genealogical 
Register of 1860. Reference to 80 

New England -Historical and <; enealogical 
Register 1888, Reference to. 28 

New England Historical and Genealogical So- 
ciety 3, 113 

New England Historic and Genealogical - 
ciety -Memorial Biographies. 9 vols Mi 

New England Historical and Genealogical 
Society. Publications of 10J 

Now England Indian Wars- Narrative of the 
Indian Wars in New England from the 
First Planting Thereof in 1607 to 1677 108 

New England— Old New England Churches 
and Their Children 109 

New Foundland, Nova Scotia, Earliest 
Settlement in 101 

New Hampshire state 

86. 86, 37. 60, 77. M i. 86, W, 1 . 93, 97, 99, 107 

New Hampshire state-- Amherst, History of 86 

New Hampshire State Bantisl Church, An- 
nual Register of the Baptist Denomination 
in North America to the Firs! of November. 

1790, New Hampshire 

..6,0.10,23 60, MM 

New Hampshire Btate— Candia, New Hamp- 
shire, History of 36 

New Hampshire 8 tate Censasofl700- Heads 
of Families First (ensus.'rnited States, 
1790 9. 32. 37, 55, 57, 107 

New Hampshire State— Charlestown, New 
Hampshire, History of 36 



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New Hampshire State — Claremont, N.H 36 

New Hampshire State — Concord, N.H 

25, 36, 37, 85, 90, 93, 97 

New Hampshire State— Concord, New Hamp- 
shire, History of, from its First Grant in 
to the Organization of the City Govern- 
ment in 1853 36 

New Hampshire State— Genealogical and 
Family History of 91 

New Hampshire State— Grants— Tho First 
Town on the New Hampshire Grants 
Chartered after the Close of the French 
War 59 

New Hampshire State— Haverhill, New 
Hampshire, History of 36 

Mew Hampshire State— Manchester, N.H... 36 

New Hampshire State— Old Dover, N.H 93 

New Hampshire State, Provincial and State 
Papers of 37 

New Hampshire State— Rockingham County. 
N.H 36 

New Hampshire State— War of the Revolu- 
tion—See Vols. XIV.XV, XVI, XVII, New 
Hampshire State Papers— See Appendix.. 38 

New Hampshire State — War of the Revolu- 
tion, History of the First New Hampshire 
Regiment in 36 

New Hanover County, N.C. — History of New 
Hanover County and the Lower Cape Fear 
Region, 1723-1800 46 

Now Haven, Conn 91 

New Haven, Conn., British Invasion of 6, 7 

New Haven, Connecticut, Colony of— See At- 
water, Edward A. and Lambert, Edward R. 6, 7 

New Haven, Connecticut, History of the 
Colony of, by Edward Lambert 6, 7 

New Haven, Connecticut, History of the 
Jolony of, by Robert Atwater Smith 6,7 

New Jersey State — Archives of the State 37 

New Jersey State — Baptist Church— Annual 
Register of the Baptist Denomination in 
North America, to the First of November, 

IT'.m). New Jersey 

...">, 9, 10, 22, 27 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54, 55, 58, 60, 104 

New Jersey State — Bergen, N.J. — Annals of 
the Classes of the Reformed Dutch Church. . 37 

New Jersey State— Bergen County— Wills, 
1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State— Burlington County, N.J. — 
Wills, 1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State — Calendar of Records, 1715- 
1738 37 

New Jersey State— Calendar of Wills, 1670-1730 37 

New Jersey State — Cape May County, N.J. .37, 38 

New Jersey State— Cape May County New 
Jersey, History 'of 37 

Mow Jersey State— Cape May County, N.J.— 
Wills, lso 1-1830 39 

New Jersey State— Colony and State, 4 vols. 
— S(C Appendix. 

New Jersey State -Continental Line in the 
Revolutionary War, Officers of, who were 
Eligible to Membership in the Society of 
Cincinnati '. . 39 

New Jersey State — Cumberland County— 
Gouldtown, Settlement of, Ancient Oate — 
8a Appendix. 

New Jersey State— Cumberland County, N.J. 
—Wills, 1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State — Dover, N.J 38 

New Jersey State— Essex County, N.J.— Wills, 
1 si 1 1 - 1 830 39 

New Jersey State— Extracts from American 
Newspapers Relating to New Jersey 37 

New Jersey State— Germans (Early) of New 
Jersey, their History, Churches and Gene- 80 
. alogies 38 

New Jersey State— Gloucester County— Wills, 
1804-1830 39 

New'Jersey State— Gouldtown— Cumberland 
County, New Jersey, Ancient Settlement 
of— See Appendix. 



PAGE 

New Jersey State— Hackensack, N.J.— First 
Reformed (Dutch) Church 38 

New Jersey State— Hanover, N.J. —Church 
Members, Marriages and Baptisms at Han- 
over, New Jersey during the Pastorates of 

Rev. Jacob Green and to the Settlement of 
Rev. Aaron Condit, 1746-1796 38 

New Jersey State, Historical Collections of.. 38 

New Jersey State— Hudson County, New 
Jersey, History of 38,39 

New Jersey State— Hunterdon County— Wills, 
1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State— Marriage Records, 1665- 
1800— See New Jersey State Archives, Vol. 22 37 

New Jersey State — Merchantville, N.J 100 

New Jersey State— Middlesex County— Wills, 
1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State — Monmouth County — 
Wills, 1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State— Morris County, N.J.— 
Wills, 1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State— Morris County, N.J 38,39 

New Jersey State — Morristown, New Jersey, 
First Presbyterian Church in, History of.. 39 

New Jersey State— Salem County— Wills, 
1804-1830 39 

New Jersey S tate— Society of the Cincinnati . . 39 

New Jersey State— Somerset County— Wills, 
1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State— Stryker, William S — 
Continental Line of New Jersey in the Vir- 
ginia Campaign of 1781 38 

New Jersey State— Stryker, William S.— 
Official Register of the Officers and Men of 
New Jersey in the Revolutionary War 39 

New Jersey State— Sussex County, N.J. — 
Wills, 1804-1830 39 

New Jersey State— Trenton, N.J 39 

New Jersey State — Trenton, New Jersey, 
Presbyterian Church History of 39 

New Jersey State— War of the Revolution 
Official Register of the Officers and Men of 
New Jersey in the Revolutionary War 39 

New Jersey State — Warren County, N.J. — 
Wills, 1825-30 39 

New Jersey State — Whippany, N.J.— Inscrip- 
tions on the Tombstones and Monuments 
in the Grave Yards at Whippany and 
Hanover, New Jersey 39 

New Jersey State— Wills, Calendar or, 1670- 
1730— See Vol. 23, New Jersey Archives 37 

New Jersey State— Wills, 1670-1730 37 

New Jersey State— Wills, 1804-1830 39 

New Kent County, Va 65, 67 

New Kent County, Va.— Parish Register of St. 
Peter's, New Kent County, Virginia, from 
1680 to 1787 65 

New London, Connecticut, History of, from 
the First Survey of the Coast in 1612 to 
1852, second edition, continued to 1860 7 

New Mexico 77 

New Milford, Conn— Two Centuries of New 
Milford, Connecticut, Etc 7 

New Orleans, La , 5, 25 

New Paltz, New York, History of, and its Old 
Families from 1678 to 1820 43 

New Plymouth Colony, Mass.— Records of the 
Colony of New Plymouth in New England- 
Court Orders, Vol. I, 1633-1640 31 

Newspapers — ColumbiaCentinel (Newspaper) 30 

Newspapers— Illinois Intelligencer (Extra) 
Saturday September 13,1823 15 

Newspapers — Illinois, Newspapers and Perio- 
dicals of 1814-1879 116 

Newspapers— Massachusetts Centi nel 30 

Newspapers— Sangamo Journal January 9, 

Newspapers— South Carolina Gazette 56 

Newton. Clair Alonzo, comp., Hemenway 

Family 83 

Newton, Clair Alonzo, comp., Newton Fam- 
ily 91 



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PAGE 

Newton Family 91 

See Selden 96 

Newton, Mary Hemcnway, OOmp., Rufus 

llemenway I'amilv 

Newton, Richard, a Sudbury, Mass 91 

Newton, Thomas, Descendants of 91 

Newton. (Rev.) William Monroe. comp., Rich- 
ard Newton of Sudbury, Massachusetts, 
1638-39 91 

New York City, N.Y 11,25,39,40, 

. 15. 68, HI , 62, 64, 67, 72, 73, 74, 78, 81, 8 1. • 

ll, W, 102, 103, 105, 106, 108. 109,110,111, 112, 118 

New York City, Genealogical Collection in 3 

New York City, St. Mark's Church on the 
Bowery 13 

(few York City, St Nicholas Society of H 

Now York State (i, 10, II, 13, 11, 15, 

53. 58, 52,71. 72, 73, 71. 7:., 78, 77, 7s. 79, 80. si. 
s I. S5, s»o, '.il , <»2, 93, 91, 9,i, 96, 99, 101, 102, 
183, 104, 10, r », 108, 107. lo.s, 109,110 111,112,113 

New York State— Albany, N.Y 

40, 15, 56. 63, 7 1 , 92, 94, 102, 108, 104, 106, 107 

New York State- Albany County, New- 
York, First Settlers of the Ancient Counlv 
of 10 

New York Stale -Amenia, N.Y 40 

New York State, Annual Register and Mili- 
t ary Roster of HI 

New York State— Aurora, N.Y s7 

New York State— Baptist Church— Annual 
Register of the Baptist Denomination in 
North America; to the First of November, 

1790. New York 

. .5, 9. 10, 22, 27, 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54, 55, 58, 60, 104 

New York State— Brooklyn, N.Y 108 

New York State — Census of 1790— Heads of 
Families Taken at the First Census of the 
United States, 1790 57, 107 

New York State— Chatauqua County. NY.. 71 

New York Stato — Cohoes, New York, His- 
tory of 40 

New York State, Colonial Dames of Cata- 
logue of the Genealogical and Historical 
Library of the Colonial Dames of the State 
of New York 105 

New York State— Columbia County 73 

New York State— Dutchess County, New- 
York, History of, 1609-1S76 ." 40 

New York State— Flatbush, Kings County, 
Long Island, History of 40 

New York B i logical and Biograph- 
ical Record 41, 113 

New York State — Genealogical and Biograph- 
ical Record, July, 1*96, quoted Ill 

New York B logical and Biograph- 

cal Record, Vols. 28, 29, 1897, No*, quoted. . 84 

New York State — Genealogical and Biograph- 
cal Record, Vol. 41, No. 2, April, 1910, 
quoted 110 

New York State, Genealogical and Biograph- 
ical Society of 41 

New York State — Genealogical Notes of New 
fork and New England Families 91,92 

New York State Historical Society, Collec- 
tions of 40, 41 

New York State — Huntington, Long Island, 
Silas Wood's Sketch of 41 

New York State— Jones, Thomas— History of 
New York During the Revolutionary War. . 45 

New York State-^King's Bridge, N.Y 11,40 

New York State— K inns County, N.Y.— Gen- 
ealogical Club Collections 41, 113 

New York State— Long Island Genealogies. . 74 

New York State— Long Island Historical 
Memoirs 40 

New York State— Long Island Historical 
Society 40 

New York State — Madison University, Ham- 
ilton, New York, First Half Century of 
(1819-1869) 41 



PAGE 

New York State— Military Roster, Civil Offi- 
cers of the Government of the Cnited States 
and of the Stale of New York since the 
Adoption of its Constitution in 1777 104 

New York State— Mohawk Valley 41 

New York State— Monroe Counlv, New York, 
History of 43 

New York State— Morrisania, N.Y 16,113 

Now York State— Newburgh, N.Y 

71.72, 7 I. 7s. s3. 93, 95 

New York State- New l*alt/., History of, and 
its old families from 1878 to 1S20 43 

New York State— Oneida County. New York, 
Annals and Recollect ions of 43 

New York State— Onondaga Soldiers of the 
Revolution, Official Records 43 

New York State— Oyster Bay, OueensCounty. 
a Documentary History of the Dutch 
Congregation of 43 

New York State— Pawling, N.Y' 40 

New York State— Phelps and Qortaam Pur- 
chase — History of the Pioneer Settlement 
of Phelps and Gorham's Purchase and 
Morris Reserve 43 

New York State— Queens County, New 
York. History of 43 

New York State— Salem, N.Y'.— Records of 
the Past and Glimpses of the Present 43 

New York State— Schenectady. New York, 
Genealogies of the Descendants of the First 
Settlers of 44 

New York State — Schoharie County, History 
of 44 

New York State— Shelter Island Presbyterian 

Church, Historic Papers on 

...♦4,74,78,77,78,79,82 99,100 

New fork State — Simms, Jeptha R. — History 
of Schoharie County and Border Wars of 
New York M 

New Y'ork State— Sons of the American Revo- 
lution, Society of 1 1 

New York State— Steuben County, New York, 
1 1 istory of 44 

New York State— Suffolk County. New York, 
Historical and Descriptive Sketches of 44 

New York State— Try on County, New York, 
Annals of 44,45 

New York State— Tryon County, New York, 
Minute Book of the Committee of Safety on 45 

New York State- lister County. N.Y 90 

New York State— War of the Revolution - 
Annals of Tryon County; or the Border 
Warfare of New York during the Revolu- 
tion il. 16 

New York State — War of the Revolution- 
History of New York During the Revolu- 
tionary War, by Thomas Jones I."> 

New York State -War of the Revolution — 
New York in the Revolution as a Colony and 
as a State. James A. Roberts, comp 45 

New Y'ork State — War of the Revolution— 
Onondaga Soldiers of the Revolution 

New York Slat,' \\ eedsport. N.Y 96 

New York State— Westchester Count v. New 
York. Early Wills of. from 1684 to 1784.... 45 

New York State— -Westchester Counlv. New- 
York, History of 15,71,81,101 

New York State-West Farms, N.Y 15 

New York State— White Plains, New York, 
Wills Recorded at 45 

New York State-Wills. Surrogate Office, 
City of N«w York, 1666 1 77 1 40 

Nichols County. Ky— See Bourbon County, 
Appendix. 

Nixon Family of Fermanagh 81,98 

Noblat 



Noblet 
Noblett 
Noblit 
Noblot 



Fain ily 92 



147 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Noblit, John Hyndman— Genealogical Col- 
lections Relating to the Nobtet Family 92 

Noblit, William 92 

Norfolk, Virginia, Historical and Descriptive 
Sketch of 65 

North America— Baptist Denomination in 
North America; Annual Register of, to the 
First of November, 1790, by John Asplund 
5,9. 10, 22. 27, 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54, 55, 58, 60, 104. . 

North Carolina State 45,46,47,100,107,114 

North Carolina State— Baptist Church— An- 
nual Register of the Baptist Denomination 
in North America to the First of November, 

1790 

. .5, 9, 10, 22, 27, 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54, 66, 58, 60, 104 

North Carolina State— North Carolina Book- 
let, Published by tho North Carolina Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution 46, 1 1 1 

North Carolina State — Cape Fear Region 46 

North Carolina State— Caruthers, E. W.— 
Revolutionary incidents and Sketches of 
Character, chiefly in the "Old North 
State" 47 

North Carolina, Census of, 1790— Heads of 
Families at the First Census of the United 
States, 1790, North Carolina 9,32,37,55,107 

North Carolina State, Colonial Records of 46 

North Carolina State— Daughters of the Amer- 
ican Revolution 46, 111 

North Carolina State — Dowd, Jerome — 
Sketches of Prominent Living North Car- 
olinians 47 

North Carolina State— Edenton, N.C 46 

North Carolina State, German Settlements in 16 

North Carolina State — Goldsboro, N.C 46,47 

North Carolina State— Greensboro, North 
Carolina, Facts, Finures, Traditions, Re - 
iniscences of, 1808-1904 46 

North Carolina State, Historical and Genea- 
logical Register of 46 

North Carolina State— Hunter, C.L.— Sketches 
of North Carolina 46, 47 

North Carolina State — Lincoln County, N.C. 
—See Hunter's Sketches of North Carolina. 46, 47 

North Carolina State— Mecklenburg County, 
N.C— See Hunter's Sketches of North Car- 
olina 46, 47 

North Carolina State — New Hanover County, 
History of 46 

North Carolina State— Raleigh, N.C 

45. 46. 47, 100. 114 

North Carolina State — Revolutionary Inci- 
dents and Sketches Chiefly in the "Old 
North State"— E. VV. Caruthers 47 

North Carolina State — Revolutionary pension- 
ers in North Carolina 47 

North Carolina State— Rowan County, N.C— 
Src Hunter's Sketches of North Carolina 47 

North Carolina State— Rowan County— Wills 17 

North Carolina State— Schenck, David, LL.D. 
—North Carolina, 1780-81 17 

North Carolina State — War of the Revolution, 
Pensioners in, North Carolina 47 

North Carolina State— Wheeler, John H.— 
Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 
1584 to 1851 46 

North Carolina State -Wills, Abstracts of, 
Compiled from Original and Recorded Wills 
in the Office Of the Secretary of State I", 

North Carolina State -Wilmington, N'.C 46 

North Dakota State— Bismark, N.D 47 

North Dakota State Carrington, N'.D 17 

North Dakota State— Historical Society of, 
Collections of 17 

North Dakota State Kensal. North Dakota, 
1 1 istory of 17 

North Dakota State, University of, Quarterly 
Journal of 47 

North Point, Md.— The Citizen Soldiers at 
North Point and Ft. Mcllenry September 
18, II, 1M 1 27 

Norwalk, Conn— Nor walk after Two Hundred 
and Fifty Years 7,8 



PAGE 

Norwalk, Conn.— see New Haven, Connecticut 
British Invasion of 7 

Norwich, Conn 71, 87, 100 

Norwich, Connecticut, History of, from its 
Settlement in 1660 to 1845 8 

Norwich, Conn. — see History of the Leffing- 
well Family 87 

Notes and Queries, Periodical, Philadelphia- 
William Henry Erie, M.D., editor.... 52, 53, 114 

Nova Scotia, Early Settlement in 104 



Oak Park, 111 84 

Oath of Allegiance to the Commonwealth of 

Virginia, Signers of : 86 

Ogle County, 111 14, 80 

Ogle County, 111.— Governor Thomas Ford 

in Ogle County 80 

Ogle County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in 14 

Oglesby Family— See Appendix. 

Oglesby, Richard J., Sketch of— See Appendix 

Ohio County, Indiana, History of 19, 20 

Ohio County, Va 54 

Ohio State 8,32,33,48,49,50. 71.7.'), 76. 101,114 

Ohio State — Annals of Ohio— Historic Events 

in the Tuscarawas and Muskingum Valleys 49 
Ohio State Archaological and Historical 

Society of 48 

Ohio State — Athens County, Ohio, History of 48 
Ohio State — Butler County, Pioneer Bio- 
graphy of some of the Early Settlers of 48 

Ohio State— Cincinnati , Ohio . .23, 48, 49, 89,90, 110 
Ohio State — Cincinnati, Ohio — College Cata- 
logue, 1836-37 48 

Ohio State— Cincinnati, Ohio, Directory of, 

1819 48 

Ohio State— Cincinnati, Ohio, Early Annals 

of, 1841 48 

Ohio State— Cincinnati, Ohio, Sketches and 

Statistics of, 1851, 1859 48 

Ohio State— Cleveland , Ohio 32, 33, 101 

Ohio State—Cleveland, Ohio— Lake View 

Congregational Church 49 

Ohio State— Columbus, Ohio 48, 49, 50, 71, 114 

Ohio State— Columbus, Ohio, History of 48 

Ohio State— Daughters of the American Revo- 
lution—New Connecticut Chapter Daugh- 
ters of the American Revolution, Paines- 

ville, Ohio 48. 49 

Ohio State— Day ton, Ohio 49 

Ohio State— Delaware, Ohio 71 

Ohio State— Geauga County, Ohio, Revolu- 
tionary Soldiers Buried in 48,49 

Ohio State— Hildrodth, S. P., M.D.— Early 

Pioneer Settlers of Ohio 48 

Ohio State— Historical and Philosophical So- 
ciety of, Publications of 49 

Ohio State, Historical Collections of, by Henry 

Howe 48 

Ohio State— Howell s, William Cooper— Recol- 
lections of Life in Ohio from 1813 to 1840. ... 49 
Ohio State— Knox County, Ohio, Biographical 

Record of 49 

Ohio State— Lake County, Ohio, Revolution- 
ary Soldiers Hi tried in 49 

Ohio State— Land Company 48 

Ohio State— Marietta Ohio, First Settlement 

of 48 

Ohio State— Muskingum Valley, Historic 

F. vents in 49 

Ohio State I'ainesville. < >hio 48,49, 71 

Ohio State I'ainesville. Ohio— New Con- 
necticut Chapter Daughters of the American 

Revolution 

Ohio State— Plymouth, Ohio 8, 49 

See atoo Plymouth, Conn •.... 8 

Ohio State— Seneca Count-y, Ohio, History of 49 
Ohio State -South Charleston, Ohio Sketches 

of 50 

Ohio State— Tuscarawas and Muskingum Val- 
leys, Historic Events in 49 



148 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Ohio State— War of the Revolution— Revolu- 
tionary Soldiers Buried in Geauga County, 
Ohio 48,49 

Ohio State, Western Reserve Pioneers of BO 

Old Dover, N.H 93 

Old Northwest Genealogical Society, Publi- 
cations of 114 

Olin, William M.— Secret ary of Slat i> of Massa- 
chusetts 32 

Oliver, John, Land Grant for Military Ser- 
vices, War of 1812 16, 92 

Omaha, Neb 7<> 

Onderdonk, Henry M 55 

Oneida County, New York, Annals and Recol- 
lections of 43 

Onondaga, N.Y. — Onondaga's Soldiers of the 
Revolution 43 

Orangeburg County, South Carolina, History 
of 66 

Orange County, Virginia, History of, from its 
Formation in 1734 to the End of Recon- 
struction in 1870 05 

Oroatt, (Rev.) Samuel— History of Torring- 
ton, Connecticut, from its First Settlement 
in 1737 9 

Order and Letter Book of Brig. Gen. Henry 
Atkinson, 1832 17 

Order Book and Muster Rolls of the Illinois 
Troops in the Black Hawk War 7 

Orderly Book and Journals kept by Connecti- 
cut Men while taking Part in the American 
Revolution 8 

Orderly Book of General Lewis of that Portion 
of the American Army Stationed at or near 
Williamsburgh, Virginia, March 18, 1770 to 
August 28, 1770 69, 109 

( tnlerly Book of Sir John Johnson 109 

Orderly Book of Gen. John Peter Gabriel 
Ifuhtanberg, March -ii December 20, 1777.. 65 

< >rendorff Family 72. 92 93 96 98, 99, 101, 102 

< >riskany Canipaign, 1776-1777— Orderly Book 

of Sir John Johnson 109 

Osage County, Kan 93 

Osborne, Georgia L 4, 1 16 

Osborne, Georgia L., Compiler of Genealogical 

Works in Illinois State Historical Library. 4 
Overton, Samuel— Letter to his Father Waller 

Overton Written During the War of 1812.. 24 
Overton, Waller — Letter of Samuel Overton 
to his Father Waller Overton During the 

War of 1812 34 

Owen County, Indiana, History of 19 

Owen, Thomas M., LL.D.— Alabama official 

and statistical reporter 5 

Oxford, Conn- See Waterbury, Conn.; Wood- 
bury, Conn 8,9 

Oxford, Miss M 

Oyster Bay, Queens County, New York, 
Dutch Congregation of, Documentary His- 
tory of 43 



Paca Family 92 

See Selden 96 

Page Family 92 

See Selden M 

Painesville.Ohio 4S, 4't, 71 

Painesville, Ohio— New Connecticut Chapter 

Daughters of the American devolution... 48,49 
Palmar, Charles J. -History of Lenox and 

Richmond, Massachusetts! 30,31 

Palmer. Clara Skeele — Annals of Chicopee 

St reel . 1676 1878 32 

Palmer Family— See Appendix. 

Palmar, (General) Friend— Early Davs in 

Detroit 33 

Palmer, John if., Personal Recollect ions of — 

See Appendix. 
Palmer, Massachusetts, History of the Town 

oL 31 



PAGE 

Palmer, William P., editor, Virginia Stale 
Papers — Calendar of Virginia E 
and other Manuscripts, lii.',j- 1781, preserved 
in the State Capitol at Richmond 68 

Park, K. ('., pub.— History of Irvine ami Kstill 
Counties, Kentucky 23 

Parke County, Indiana, History of 20,21 

Parker, Abraham, Descendants of 44 

Parker, Archelius, Descendants of 99 

Parker, Edward E.— Genealogical and Family 
History of the State of New Hampshire 91 

Parker Family 8,99. 101, 102 

Parry Family 81, 92, 94, 98 

See Stuart, Freeman, Pike. 

Parson Family 92 

See Hoar 83 

Parsons, Lewis B.— Genealogy of the Family 
of Lewis B. Parsons (Second), Etc 92 

Parsons, (Capt.) Luke— Captain of Cavalry, 
Vermont, War of I8U 59, Ill 

Patrician and Plebian in Virginia- 9m Wur- 
tenbacker <v> 

Patterson, William D., comp. and editor. Pro- 
bate Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 
1780 to 1800 ." 26 

Pawling, N.Y 40 

Paxton, W. M.— Marshall Family, or a Gene- 
alogical Chart of the Descendants of John 
Marshall and Elizabeth Markham 89 

Pearce Family 92 

Pearce, (Col.) Frederick C, comp.,Peai 
( I enealogy 

Pearce, Richard, Descendants of 

Peaslee Familv 

Pearson, (Prof.) Jonathan- Contributions for 
the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the 
Ancient County of Albany, New York, from 
1630-1800 40 

Pearson, (Rev.) Jonathan Contributions for 
the Genealogies of the Descendants of the 
First Settlers Ofgthfl Patent and City of 

Schenectady from 1663 to isoo 44 

Pearson, (Rev.) Jonathan— A'History) of the 
Schenectady Patent in the DutchTand Eng- 
lish Times; being Contributions Toward 
History of the Lower Mohawk Valley 41 

Peck Family 

Pedigrees, Alphabetical Index to, by Daniel 
P. Durrie— ore Appendix. 

Pedigrees — Hints for Tracing an Anglo- 
American Pedigree in the Old Country 107 

Pedigrees— Index to Genealogies and Pedi- 
grees in New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register for Fifty Years, January, 
Is 17 to October, 1S90....." 108 

Pelletreau, William S., A.M. F.arly Wills 
of Westchester County, New York, from 
1664 to 1784 ." IS 

Pelletreau, William S., A.M.- Silas Wood's 
Sketch of the Town of Huntington, Long 
Island, edited with notes by 

Pence Family 

Pence, (Judge) John. Descendants of 93 

Pence, Kingsley AdolphOS History of Judge 

John Fence and his Descendants 

Pendleton Family 93 

S«c Selden 96 

Pennsylvania State 

..33,60. 51,63,68, 54. 60,66. ."<>. 73, 76. 19, 80,81. 
83, v 98, 100,101, in:-, 106, 107, 1"". 11 1 

Pennsylvania state, Archives of 

Pennsylvania state, Baptist Church In- An- 
nual Register of the Baptist Denomination 

in North America; to the l'it-t of November, 

1 790. Pennsylvania 

..6,9, 1". 33, 37, 28,36(37, K>, 15, 60 104 

Pennsylvania State Beaver County, Penn- 
sylvania, History Of 50 

Pennsylvania State— Casper, (Rev.)— Mar- 
riage Record, 1839-1882 53 



149 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Pennsylvania State, Census of, 1790— Heads of 
Families at the First Census of the United 
States, 1790 9,32,37,55,57, 107 

Pennsylvania State — Colonial Dames of Amer- 
ica, Pennsylvania Society of 51 105 

Pennsylvania State, Colonial Records of, 1683 
to 1790 50 51 

Pennsylvania State — Coudersport, Pa 77 

Pennsylvania State — Dauphin County, Scraps 
of History of 51 

Pennsylvania Stat* — Delaware County 92 

Pennsylvania State— Easton, Pennsylvania, 
First Settlers of, Etc 51 

Pennsylvania State— Erlenwiger, (Rev.) C. 
G.— Marriage Record, 1840-1875 53 

Pennsylvania State — Frankford, Pa 

70, 72, 76, 79, 80, 81. 83, 85, 86, 94, 98, 101 , 102 

Pennsylvania State— Franklin, Pa 53 

Pennsylvania State — French Occupation in 
Western Pennsylvania, 1631-1764 51 

Pennsylvania State, Genealogical Society of, 
Publications 51, 52, 114 

Pennsylvania State— Germantown, Pa 110 

Pennsylvania State — Harrisburg, Pa 

50, 51, 53, 85, 113, 114 

Pennsvlvania State, Historical Society Pub- 
lications of 53, 65, 114 

Pennsylvania State, Historical Society Pub- 
lishers of— Magazine of Biography and 
History 53, 114 

Pennsylvania State— Huntington County, 
History of 52 

Pennsylvania State, Immigrants to, German, 
Swiss, Dutch, French from 1727 to 1776, 
Rupp's Collection of Names of 51, 104, 105 

Pennsylvania State — Juniata Valley, History 
of the Early Settlement of 52 

Pennsylvania State — Lancaster, Pa 52, 97 

Pennsylvania State— Lancaster Barracks 52 

Pennsylvania State — Lancaster County, His- 
tory of 52 

Pennsylvania State— Lebanon, Pa 88 

Pennsylvania State— Li nek laen, John— Trav- 
els in Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont 
45,52,53,59 

Pennsylvania State— Magazine of Biography 
and History, published by the Pennsylvania 
Historical Society 53, 65, 114 

Pennsylvania State Marriages, 1835-1898 53 

Pennsylvania State— Monongahela of Old., 
Historical Sketches of Southwestern Penn- 
sylvania 52 

Pennsylvania State — Notes and Queries, Per- 
iodical Relating Chiefly to the Interior of 
Pennsylvania 52 53, 114 

Pennsylvania State — Oath of Allegiance to the 
State of Pennsylvania between the Years 
1776 to 1794, Names of Persons 53 

Pennsylvania State — Philadelphia, Pa 

22, 25, 44, 45, 46, 47, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 60, 

61, 66, 67, 68, 69,92, 97, 100, 103, 104, 105, 109, 111, 114 

Pennsylvania State — Snyder County, Pa. — 
\rarfiages, 1835-1899— Miscellaneous Mar- 
riages, 1868-1898 53 

Pennsylvania State— Susquehanna Valleyj 
West Branch of, Biographical Annals of 

I Nceased Residents of 50 

Pennsvlvania State— Upland, Pennsylvania, 

Record of the Court at, 1676 to 1681 53 

Pennsylvania Slate Valley Forge, Pa 110 

Pennsylvania State — Venango County, His- 
tory of 53 

Pennsylvania State- War of the Revolution — 
Old Westmoreland, a History of Western 

Pennsylvania During the Hevoltition 54 

Pennsylvania State War of the Revolution — 

See Pennsylvania Archives, V ols. 1.'$ and 14.50, 53 
Pennsylvania State- — Washington County, 

Pennsylvania, History of 54 

Pennsylvania State— Westmoreland, Pa. — 
Old Westmoreland, a History of Western 
Pennsylvania During the Revolution 54 



PAOE 

Pennsylvania State— Wilkes-Barre, Pa 54 

Pennsylvania State— Wyoming Historical and 
: Geological Society Proceedings^ and Collec- 

» tionsof 54 

Penobscot, Maine, History of 25,26 

Pension Rolls, Illinois, 1816-1835 13 

Pentagoet, Maine, Ancient Settlement of. ..25, 26 
Peoria, 111. — Daughters of the American Revo- 
lution 14 

Peoria County, 111.— In Military Tract.'. 15 

Peoria County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 

► Buried in 3, 14 

Peoria County, 111.— War of 1812— Soldiers of 
the War of 1812, whose Bounty Land Grants 

were Located in Peoria County 13,16 

Periodicals— Genealogical Periodicals 111-115 

Periodicals — Times and Seasons, published by 

the Mormons at Nauvoo, 111 97 

Perley, Sidney, editor, Essex Antiquarian. .29, 112 
Perrin, William Henry, editor, History of 
fc Bourbon, .Scott, Harrison and Nicholas 
w Counties, Kentucky— See Appendix. 

Perry Family 93 

Peters, John B., editor, Diary of David 

McClure, 1748-1820 106 

Phelps and Gorham— Purchase and Morris, 

Reserve History of 43 

Phelps, W. W.— Joseph Smith, Sr., Article on 97 

Philadelphia, Pa 

22, 25, 45, 46, 47, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 60, 

61, 65, 67, 68, 69, 92, 97, 100, 103, 104, 105, 109, 111, 114 

Phillips, (Gen.) William 107 

Pickens County, Alabama, History of, 1817- 

1856, by Nelson F. Smith 5 

Pierce, Frederick Clifton, comp., Field Gene- 



Pierce, Frederick Clifton— Fiske and Fisk 

Family Genealogy 80 

Pierce, Frederick Clifton— History of Grafton, 

Mass 30 

Pike County, 111., In the Military Tract 15 

Pinckney Family 71, 72, 78, 83, 93 

Pinkham Family 93 

Pinkham, Richard, of Old Dover, New Hamp- 
shire and his Descendants East and West . . 93 
Pioneer Mothers of America by Harry Clinton 

Green and Mary Wolcott Green 109 

Pioneer Mothers of Illinois, Collection of Let- 
ters of 13 

Pioneer Society of Michigan, Collections of... 34 

Piper Family 72,93,96.98,99,101,102 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts, History of. 31 

Pittsburgh, Battle of, War of 1812 Ill 

See Clark, Byron N Ill 

Pleasant Family 93 

See Randolph 94 

Plymouth, Conn.— see Waterbury, Conn 8, 9 

Plymouth County, Mass 28 

Plymouth, Mass 31, 86 

Plymouth, Massachusetts, Ancient Land 

Marks of 31 

Plymouth, Ohio-^see Plymouth, Conn 8, 49 

Plymouth Township, Pennsylvania, Estab- 
lishment and Settlement of, with Genealogi- 
cal Data from Records of Friends 53 

Polo, III , 14 

Popham Colony, Me.— Memorial Volume of 
the Popham Celebration, August 29, 1862.. 26 

Portage, Wis 70 

Port Jefferson, L.I 44 

Portland, Me 25, 26, 74 

Portland, Me.— Portland Soldiers and Sailors 

in the War of the Rebellion 26 

Portsmouth, R.I 92 

Portsmouth County, Va 65,66 

Potter, Charles Edward, comp., Barrett An- 
cestry 72 

Pound Familv 85,93 

Powell Family 93,94 

Powell, Thomas, Descendants of 93 

Power, John Carroll and Power, (Mrs.) S. A., 
comps., History of Early Settlers of Sanga- 
mon County— Centennial Edition 13 



160 
INDEX— Continued 



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Presbyterian Church— Kentucky— Ebenezer 
Kentucky Presbytery of 23 

Presbyterian Church— Kentucky— History of 
the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky 24,61 

Presbyterian Church— Kentucky— West Lex- 
ington, Ky 23 

Presbyterian Church— New Jersey— (First) of 
Morristown, New Jersey. History of 39 

Presbyterian Church— New Jersey— Trenton, 
New Jersey, History of 39 

Presbyterian Church— New York Shelter Is- 
land Presbyterian Church 

...44,74. 7ti, 77. 78, 70, B2, 83, 84, 85. 90, 92, 90, 99, 100 

Presbyterian Church— Virginia — Presbyterian 
Churches in Hie Valley of Virginia. . . .* 24,61 

Presbyterian Church, Wisconsin 70 

Preston, Conn 101 

Preston Familv 94 

Set SeUl.n' 96 

Price. (Rev.) Benjamin Luther— John Price — 
The Emigrant Jamestown Colony 1620, with 
Some of his Descendants 94 

Price Family M 

Price, John, Descendants of 94 

Prichard, A. M., comp., Descendants of Wil- 
liam Prichard 94 

Prichard Family 94 

Prince, Ezra M.— The Fourth Illinois Infantry 
in the War with Mexico IS 

Prospect, Conn.— See Waterbury, Conn 8,9 

Providence, R.I 54, 55, 75, 1 12 

Providence, R. I.— History of the State of 
Rhode Island and Providence Plantations 
from the Settlement of the State 1636, to the 
Adoption of the federal ('(institution 55 

Providence, K.l. — Records of the Colony of 
Rhode, Island and Providence Plantation.. 84 

Public Records of the State of Connecticut 
from October, 1776 to February, 1778 8 

Putnam County, III., Part of, in the Militarv 
Tract 15 

Putnam, Kben and Sharpies, Stephen, editors, 
Genoa logical Magazine 112 

Putnam. Kben. editor, Putnam's Monthly 
and Historical Magazine . 114 

Putnam's Monthly and Historical Magazine. . 114 

Pyke Family 78, 81,94, 98 



Queens County, New York, History of 43 

Queens of American Society, by Elizabeth 

F. Ellet 109 

Quincy, 111 77 

Quisenberry, A. C— Kentuckians in the Bat- 
tle of Lake Erie 24 



Railey Family 94 

See Randolph 91 

Railey, W. E.— Randolphs and their Railey 

Connection! 94 

Raleigh, N.C 45, 46, 47, 100. 114 

Ralston Family 94 

Ralston, James Harvey, Article on, bv Dr. 

J. F. Border ." 94 

Ramsay, David, M.D.— History of South Car- 
olina, from its Settlement in 1670 to the 

1808 56 

Ramsay, David, M.D. — History of the Revo- 
lution of Smith Carolina, from a British 

Province to an Independent Suite 50 

Ramsay, J. <;. M. Annals of Tennessee to 

the end of the Eighteenth Century 57 

Randolph County. UL— Montague's Early Set- 
tlers of Kaskaskia, a Directory and Business 
Mirror. Historical Sketches of Randolph 

County 12 

Randolph Family 94 

Randolph, (Sir) John — Colonial Decisions of 

the General Court of Virginia, 172S-1741 61 

Randolph Township, McLean County, III. ..12.7.1 
Randolph Township — McLean County, 111.. 
Gravestone Inscriptions in 12, 73 



BO 



PAOE 

Red ford, (Rev.) A. H.— History of Methodism 
in Kentucky 24 

Reece, J. N.— Adjutant General, state of Illi- 
nois, Reports, 1861-66, revised by II 

Reed Family 94 

Reeder, Albert— Sketches of South Charleston, 
•Ohio 

Register and Militarv Roster (Annual >. Name 
and Rank of the Principal Civil Officers of 
the Qntted Btatee Government since Its or- 
ganization and of New Vork since the Adop- 
tion of its Constitution in 1777 104 

Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Vital Records of. 
1043-1808 |] 

Bel ere Family 94 

Revere, (Cot) Paul. Life and Works of.. 

Reynold*, John, Militia Documents of, Ki2.. 17 

Reynolds, John, Orderly Book of, Black Hawk 
War. 1888 .' 17 

Reynolds, John— Pioneer History of Illinois.. 16 

Reynolds, John Hugh — Secretary Arkansas 
Historical Association 5 

kc/eau Family 94 

Rhodes Familv 71. 72. 7S, 83, 93. 94, 95 

Rhode Island State 54,55, 75, 80, 03, 107, LIS 

Rhode Island State — Ancestry of Thirtv- 
three Rhode Islanders Born in the Kigh- 
t couth Century .", t 

Rhode Island State— Arnold. Samuel Greene — 
History of the State of Rhode Island and 
Providence Plantations 55 

Rhode Island State— Austin, John Osborne, 
comp., Ancestry of Thirty-three Rhode 
Islanders Born in the Eighteenth Century . ."! 

Rhode Island State \ustin, John Osborne — 
Genealogical Dictionary of 

Rhode Island State— Baptist Church— Annual 
Register of the Baptist Denomination in 
North America: to the First of November, 

1790 

..5.0, 10. 22, 27, 28,36, 87, 40. 45.50, 54,55,58, 60, 104 

Rhode Island State— Block Island. Rhode 
Island, Epitaphs in the Burying Ground of. 54 

Rhode Island State. Census of. 17'.»0 Heads of 
Families at the First Census of the United 
States, taken in the Year 1790. .9. 32. 37. 56, 57. 107 

Rhode Island State, Genealogical Dictionarv 
of 54, 55 

Rhode Island State— Narragansott. Rhode 
Island. Episcopal Church in. History of 55 

Rhode Island State— Portsmouth. R.I 92 

Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, 
Records of 

Rhode Island State— Providence, R.I.54,55,75,112 

Rhode Island State— Providence. K.l. His- 
tory of the State of Rhode Island and Provi- 
dence Plantations from the Settlement of 
the State. 1838, lO the Adoption of the Fed 
oral Const it tit ion 

Rhode Island State— Providence. R. I.— Rec- 
ords of the Colony of Rhode Island and 
Providence Plantations 

Rhode Island StaU' Sociotv of the Cincin- 
nati 104 

Rhode Island State — War of the Revolution, 

History of Warren, Rhode Island in H 

Rhode Island State -Warren, R.I. History of 
the War of the Revolution 55 

Rhode Island State- Woonsoeket. K.I "1 

lihorer Family 

Rice. Harvey— Pioneers of the WCstem Re- 
serve 50 

Richardson. Hester Dorsey sidelights on 
Maryland History 27 

Richmond, Massachusetts. History of 

Richmond, Va 14,15 84,108 

Richmond, Va. — Richmond, Her Past and 
Present Sat Appendix. 

Kiddle, A. G.-Life of Benjamin Wade.... 100, 101 

Riddle Family 95 

den 96 

Rilev, Franklin L.— See Mississippi Historical 
Society 34 






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PAGE 

Rivers, William James— Sketch of tho History 
of South Carolina to the Close of the Pro- 
prietary Government by the Revolution of 
1719. etc 57 

Robots, K 11 wood, editor, Dewees Family 
1 1 istory 78 

Roberts, Ellwood— Plymouth Meeting, its Es- 
tablishment and the Settlement of tho 
Township, with Historical, Genealogical and 
Biographical Data from Records of Friends 53 

Roberts. James A.. Camp., New York in the 
Revolution as a Colony and as a State 45 

Roberta, James H. — John Edgar, Article on.. 79 

Robertson, (Col.) Robert S., editor, History 
of the Maumee River Basin, Allen County, 
I ml iana 19 

Rochette Family of Holland 91, 95 

See Morton 91 

Rockford, 111 92 

Rockingham County, N.H 36 

Ruakingham County, Virginia, History of.. 66 

Rogers, Sion Report on Revolutionary 

Claims. 1864 14 

Rogers Familv 67, 85, 88, 89, 90, 95 

SfeMcllh'any 89 

Rogers, Horatio— Notes on Hadden's Journal 
and Orderly Books 107 

Rollin, Frank A.— Life and Public Services 
of Martin R. Delaney 78 

Rollins, (Mrs.) H. M. — Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in McLean County, list compiled by 15 

Romance of Genealogy, bv Eugene F. McPike 
79,*S0, 82, 88, 89, 91, 94, 99, 100, 101 

Rombauer, (Hon.) R. E.— Gustavus Koerner, 
Article on SO 

Romeyn, (Rev.) Theodore — Historical Ad- 
dress Delivered on Occasion of the Reopen- 
ing and Dedication of " The First Reformed 
( Dutch) Church" 38 

Ross Family 95 

Se«Selden 96 

Rosslyn, Va 60, 61 

Rothert, Otto A.— History of Muhlenberg 
County, Kentucky — See Appendix. 

Rowan County, N.C 47 

See Hunter's Sketch of North Carolina . . 47 

Rowan County, N.C— Wills of Rowan County 
North Carolina 47 

Rowland, Dunbar, comp.. Official and Statis- 
tical Register of Mississippi 85 

Roxbury Conn.— Sec Woodbury, Conn 8,9 

Roxbury, Mass 28, 31, 83 

Roxbury Town, Massachusetts, History of.. 28, 31 

Royal ton, Vt.— History of Royalton, Ver- 
mont 59 

Royalton. Vt.— Woman's Club 59 

Rupp, (Mrs.) Helen Nye— Revolutionary 
Soldiers Buried in Warren County, list 
compiled by 3, 14 

Rupp, (Prof.) I. Daniel— Collection of Up- 
wards of 30,000 names of German, Swiss, 
Dutch, French and other Immigrants in 
Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1770, Et.c. Etc 
51.104, 106 

Russell, (Prof.) John— Notes on the Black 
Hawk War 17 

Rutherford Family ...."!!!!".!!!!!."" !95, 96, 99 

Rutland, Vt 60 

S 

Sac City, la 19,77 

Sac Indians 93 

Backet t < taneajogy 95 

Saffell, Charles ('.-Citizen Soldiers at North 
Point and Fort Mcllenry, September 13, 14, 

1814 27 

Saffell, \V. T. R.— Records of the Revolution- 
ary War, also index to same by J. T. McAl- 
lister .63, 66, 109, 110 

Sage Family— See Le Sage 87 

St. Albans, Vermont, Centennial History of. . 59 



PAGE 

St. Denis Parish, South Carolina, Annals and 

Parish Register of 57 

St. .1 ohnshury, Vt 59 

St. Joseph County, Indiana, History of 20 

St. Louis, Mo 35, 91, 92, 105 

St. Louis, Mo.— Creoles of St. Louis 35,105 

St. Mark's Church on the Bowery, New York 
City, Historical Notices of, from A.D. 1?J5 

toA.D. 1st". 43 

St. Mark's Parish, Virginia, Dr. Philip Slaugh- 
ter's History of 62, 66 

St. Mary's, G a.— Historical Sketches ol Old 

St. Mary's 11 

St. Nicholas Society of New York 43 

St. Peter's Parish Register 1680 to 17S7 67 

St. Thomas Parish, South Carolina, Annals 

and Parish Register, 1680 to 1884 57 

Sale, Edith Tunis— Manors of Virginia in 

Colonial Times 61, 64 

Salem, Mass 30, 79, 112, 114 

Salem, Mass.— Press Historical and Genealogi- 
cal Record s 114 

Salem County, N.J.— Wills, 1804-1830 39 

Salem, N.Y.— Salem Books, Records of the 

Past and Glimpses of the Present 43, 44 

Salley, A. S., Jr.— Orangeburg County, South 
Carolina, from its First Settlement to the 

Close of the Revolut ionary War 56 

Salley, A. S., Jr., comp., Marriage Notices 
in South Carolina Gazette and its Succes- 
sor, 1732-1801 56 

Salzburgers and their Descendants— See Eben- 

ezer, Ga 10,11,95 

Sanborn 1 ' „- 

Sanborne /Family 95 

Sanborn, V. C— Genealogy of the Family of 
Sanborne or Sanborn in England and 

America, 1194-1898 95 

Sandy Springs, Maryland, Annals of 27 

San Francisco, Cal 5, 112 

Sangamo Journal January 9, 1836 91 

Sangamon County, 111 3, 12, 13, 14 

Sangamon County, Illinois, Early Settlers of, 

History of 13 

Sangamon County Court House Tablet Placed 
on, to the Soldiers of the Revolution Buried 
in the County, by the Springfield Chapter, 

Daughters of the American Revolution 14 

Sangamon County, 111., Revolutionary Sol- 
diers Buried in 3, 14 

Santa Anna, (General) Antonio Lopez de 58 

Saunders, (Col.) James Edmonds— Early Set- 
tlers of Alabama, by 5 

Saunders, William, editor, Colonial Records of 

North Carolina 46 

Saunderson, (Rev.) Henry IL— History of 
Charlestown, New Hampshire, the Old 
No. 4, Embracing the Part Borne by its 
Inhabitants in the Indian, French and 

Revolutionary Wars, Etc., Etc 36 

Savage, (Dr.) James, comp., Barrett Ancestry 72 

Savage, James — Genealogical Dictionary of 

the First Settlers of New England, Showing 

Three Generations of those Who came 

before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's 

Register, also index 106 

Savannah, (ia 10,11,95 

Savoie Family 95 

Sawyer Family . . .—See New York Shelter Is- 
land Presbyterian Church 44,95,96 

Sawyer, (Capt.) Thomas, Ancestry of 95,96 

Scharf, (Col.) J. Thomas— Chronicles of Balti- 
more; being a Complete History of "Balti- 
more Town" and Baltimore City, from the 

Earliest Period to the Present Time 27 

Scharf, J. Thomas— History of Westchester 

County, New York 45 

Schenck, David, LL.D.— North Carolina, 1780 

1781 47 

Schenectady, New York, Genealogies of the 
Descendants of the First Settlers of 44 



152 



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PAGE 

Schenectady, New York Patent, History of, 

in the Patch and English Times 44 

Scherer Family 73, 96 

SchiefTelin Family 96,99 

Schoharie County, New York, H istory of 44 

Schuyler County, 111., In the Military Tract. . 18 
Scotch Highlanders in America Prior to the 

Peace of 1783 103 104, 110 

Scotch-Irish in America— Proceedings of the 

Scotch-Irish Congress 110 

Scotch-Irish in History as Master Builders of 
Empires. States, Churches, Schools and 

Civilization 110 

Scotch-Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America32, 110 
Scotch-Irish Settlement, Virginia, Chroni- 
cles of 60, 61 

Scotch-Irish Society in America, Proceedings 

of 110 

Scotland 74,81,110 

Scotland— G lasgow, Scotland 110 

Scott County, Ky. —See Bourbon County, 

Appendix. 
Scott, Franklin William, editor, Newspapers 
and Periodicals of Illinois, 1814-1879, Illinois 

I li storical Collections, Vol. VI 116 

Scott, W. W.— Orange County, Virginia, 
History of, from its formation in 1734, to 

the End of Reconstruction in 1870 65 

Seattle, Wash 69 

Secomb, Daniel F.— History of the Town of 

Amherst, New Hampshire, 1728-1882 36 

Selden Family 67, 96 

Selleck Family 93,96 

Selleck, William Edwin— Selleck and Peck 

Genealogy 93,% 

Semplo Family 96 

See also Appendix. 
Seraple, (Gen.) James, Article on, by Mary 

Semple Ames Cushman, — See Appendix. 
Semple, (Hon.) James, Genealogy of, by W. 

K. Anderson 96 

Seneca County, Ohio, History of 49 

Sener, Samuel M.— Lancaster Barracks where 
the BritishTand ' Hessian Prisoners were 

Detained during the Revolution 52 

Serre Family 96 

Seville— Archives of the Indies at Seville 35 

Seymour Family 96 

Shambaugh, Benjamin F., editor, Iowa Jour- 
nal of History and Politics 22 

Shambaugh, Benjamin F., editor, Mississippi 

Valley Historical Society Publications 113 

Shaw, (Rev.) James, D.D.— Scotch-Irish in 
History as master Builders of Empires, 
States, Churches, Schools and Civiliza- 
tion 110 

Sheahan, James W.— Life of Stephen A. Doug- 

las^See Appendix. 
Shelter Island,*N.Y.— Historical Papers on 
Shelter Island and its Presbyterian Church 

44, 74, 76, 77, 78. 79, 82. 83, 84,55, 90, 92, 96, 100 

See New York Shelter Island Presbyterian 

Church 44 

Shenandoah ( ioonty, Va 93 

Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, German Ele- 
ment of 67 

Shenando.ih Valley Pioneers and their De- 
scendants—See FrederickVounty, Va 62, 67 

Shepardson Family 96 

Shepardson, Francis Way land— Shepardson 
Family, Branches of, in the United States 
when the First Census was Taken in 1790. . 96 
Shepherd, Samuel— Statutes of Virginia, a 

Continuation of Hening's Statutes 63, 68 

Shepherdstown, Va 67, 69 

Shindel, (Rev.) Snvder County, Pa.— 

Marriage Record, 1835-1888 53 

Short Family 72, 96^ 98, 101, 102 

Shurtleff, Nathaniel B., M.D., editor, Records 
of the Colony of New Plymouth in New 
England 31 



PAGE 

Simms, Jeptha R.- — History of Schoharie 
County and Border Wars of New York: 
containing also a Sketch of the Causes which 
Led to the American Revolution, Etc 44 

Simms, W. liilmore— South Carolina in the 
Revolutionary War 56 

Sinnett, (Rev.) Charles Nelson— Jacob John- 
son o( llarpswell, Maine, and his Descend- 
ants East and West 85 

Sinnett, (Rev.) Charles Nelson— Michael Sin- 
nett of Harpsville, Maine 96,97 

Sinnett, (Rev.) Charles Nelson, comp., Perry 
Family in Maine 93 

Sinnett, (Kev.) Charles Nelson, comp., Rich- 
ard Pinkham of Old Dover, New Hampshire 
and his Descendants East and West 93 

Sinnett. (Rev.) Charl»s Nelson— Thompson 
Family in Maine, New Hampshire ana the 
West 99 

Siimett, (Rev.) Charles Nelson- Walter Mer- 
ry man of Harpswell, Maine and his Descend- 
ants • 90 

Sinnett l n ., 

Sinnotts painily 96 

Sinnett, Michael, Ancestry of 96 

Sinnotts Family 96 

See Sinnett 96 

Slade, Charles, Article on, by Dr. J. F. Snyder 97 

Slade Family .".... 97 

Slaughter, (Rev.) Philip— History of Bristol 

l v <Parish, Virginia 61 

Slaughter, (Dr.) Philip— History of St. Mai I 
Parish, Virginia 62, 66 

Slaughter, (Rev.) Philip, D. I).— History of 
Truro Parish, Virginia 68 

Sloo Family 97 

Sloo, Thomas, Jr., Article on, by Isaac Joslin 
Cox 97 

Sloo, Thomas, Jr., Article on, by Dr. J. F. 
Snyder 97 

Sluyter, Peter— Journal of a Voyage to New 
York and a Tour in Several of the American 
Colonies in 1679-80 40,108 

Smedley Family. Prospectus 97 

Smith Family 

See Cloy d 76 

Smith Family— See Filson Club Publication, 
No. 14 97 

Smith, Hannah Logan— Quaker Genealogy.. 97 

Smith, J. E. A., comp., History of Pittstield, 
Massachusetts 31 

Smith, John II. Letter to the Executive of 
Virginia Dated Richmond August 19, 1833, 
Signed John 11. Smith 15 

Smith, Joseph, Sr., Article on, by W. \\ '. 
Phelps in " Times and Seasons" 97 

Smith, Justin A., D.D.— History of the Bap- 
tists in the Western States East of the 
Mississippi 104 

Smith. Nelson F.— History of Piokena County, 
Alabama, from its First Settlement in 1817 
to 1856 5 

Smith. Philip H.— Duchess County, New 
York, History of, from 1609 to 1S70. 40 

Smith, (Hon.) Ralph D. History of Uuilford, 
Connecticut, fromlthe Manuscript of Hon. 
Ralph D. Smith 6 

Smith, Robert Atwater— History of the 
Colony of New Haven 

Snicker"Familv 67, 85, 89, 97 

SeeMcIlhanv 89 

Snowden Familv 86. 95, 96, 97, 99 

Snyder, Adam S\'.- Snvder, (Dr.) Join 
Adam W. Snvder ami his Period in Illinois 
History, 1817-1842 97 

Snyder County, Pa.— Marriages, 1*35-1899; 
Miscellaneous Marriages, 1868-1898: 
Casper's Marriage Record, 1899-1883; Rev. 
Shindel's Marriage Record, 1835-1888; Rev. 
C. G. Erienwiger's Marriage Record, 1840- 
1875 53 



163 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Snyder Family 97 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Adam W. Snyder and 
his Period in Illinois History, 1817-1842 97 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Alfred Cowles, Article on 77 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Charles Slade. Article on 97 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Conrad Will, Article on. . 101 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F —James Harvey Ralston, 
Article on 94 

Snyder. (Dr.) J. F.— Jesse Burgess Thomas, 
Article on 99 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Jesse Burgess Thomas, 
Jr. , Article on 99 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Richard Symmes 
Thomas, Jr., Article on 99 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Governor Thomas 
Ford andhisFamilv 80 

Snyder, (Dr.) J. F.— Thomas Sloo, Jr., Arti- 
cle on 97 

Society of Colonial Wars, General Register of. 105 

Society of the Cincinnati 32, 39, 104 

Soldiers and Sailors of Massachusetts in the 
Revolutionary War 32 

Somerset County, N. J.— Wills, 1804-1830 39 

Sons of the American Revolution, California. . 5 

Sons of the American Revolution, Illinois 
Society 13,111 

Sons of the American Revolution — Illinois 
State— Year Books 13 

Sons of the American Revolution, Indiana 
Society 21 

Sons of the American Revolution, Kentucky 
Year Books of 24 

Sons of the American Revolution, Massachu- 
setts Society of 32 

Sons of the American Revolution, National 
Society Register of, Year Books 110, 111 

Sons of the Revolution, Illinois Society, Year 
Books 13 

Southampton County, Va 

.. 5, 9, 10, 22, 27, 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54, 55, 58, 60, 104 

Southbury, Conn.— See Woodbury, Conn 8,9 

South Carolina State— Baptist Church— An- 
nual Register of the Baptist Denomination 
in North America to the First of November, 

1790, South Carolina 

. .5, 9, 10, 22, 27. 28, 36, 37, 40, 45, oO, 54, 55, 58, 60, 104 

South Carolina State— Carroll, B. R., comp., 
Historical Collections of South Carolina 56 

South Carolina State, Census of, 1790— Heads 
of Families at the First Census of the United 
States taken in the Year 1790, South Caro- 
lina 9, 32, 37, 55, 57, 107 

South Carolina State— Charleston, S.C 

55, 57, 64, 110, 1 14 

South Carolina State— Charleston, South 
Carolina, Siege of, by the British Fleet and 
Army 55 

South Carolina State— Draper, (Mrs.) Amos 
G. — Revolutionary Soldiers of 56, 57 

South Carolina State— German Settlements 
and the Lutheran Church in North and 
South Carolina 55, 56 

South Carolina State— Greenville County, 
South Carolina, First Settlement of 56 

South Carolina State— Greenville, South Car- 
olina, Founding of the City of 56 

South Carolina State— Historical and Gene- 
alogical Magazine 56. 114 

South Carolina State, Historical Collections of 56 

South Carolina State, Historical Society Col- 
lections of 55 

South Carolina State— Marriage Notices, 1732- 
1801 56 

South Carolina State— Orangeburg County, 
South Carolina, History of 56 

South Carolina State— Orangeburg, S.C 56 

South Carolina State — Ramsay, David, 
M.D.— History of the Revolution of South 
Carolina from a British Province to an 
Independent State 56 

South Carolina State— Ramsay, David, M. 
D.— History of South Carolina, from its 
First Settlement in 1670 to the Year 1808.. 56 



PAGE 

South Carolina State— Rivers, William James 
— Sketch of the History of South Carolina 
to the Close of the Proprietary Government 

by the Revolution of 1719 57 

South Carolina State— St. Denis Parish, An- 
na's and Parish Register of 57 

South Carolina State — St. Thomas Parish 

Annals and Parish Register of 57 

South Carolina State— Simras, W. Gilmore, 

South Carolina in the Revolution 56 

South Carolina State— War of the Revolution 56, 57 

South Charleston, Ohio, Sketches of 50 

South Dakota State— Aberdeen, S.D 57 

South Dakota State, Historical Society Col- 
lections of 67 

Southold, Conn 7,8 

See New Haven, Colony of 7, 8 

Southold, L.I. — See New Haven, Colony of .. 7,8 
Sowans, Massachusetts, Ancient Records of.-. 32 
Spalding, Charles Warren, A.M.— Spalding 

Memorial 97 

Spalding, Edward, Genealogical History of, 

and his Descendants 97 

Spalding Family 97 

Spalding, M. J., D.D.— Sketches of the Early 
Catholic Missions of Kentucky from their 
Commencement in 1787 to the Jubilee of 

1826-27 22, 23 

Spain 35 

Spanish American War, Illinois Soldiers in.. 18 
Spanish Archives — Archives of the Indies at 

Seville 35 

Spanish Archives of California 5 

Sparks, Catherine C. (Mrs. Edwin Erie)— 
Illinois Ancestry among the Daughters of 

the American Revolution 14 

Sparks, Edwin Erie, Ph.D., editor, Lincoln- 
Douglas Debates, Illinois Historical Col- 
lections, Vol. 3 116 

Sparks, (Mrs.) Edwin Erie 14 

Spawr, Jacob— Heads of Families of McLean 

County at the Census of 1840 12,89 

Spottiswoode Family 98 

See Selden 96 

Springfield, 111 

4, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 79 88, 97, 98, 1 10, 116 

Springfield, 111.— Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Springfield Chapter Places 
Tablet on Sangamon County Court House. . 14 
Springfield, 111.— Daughters of the American 

Revolution, Year Books of Chapter 12 

Springfield, Mass 32, 72, 82, 92, 98 

Springfield, Mass.— Annals of Chicopee Street, 

1675-1875 32, 82 

Springfield, Mass — Families 98 

Springfield, Massachusetts, Church in, His- 
tory of 32 

SradufI Birr ( Kings County), Ireland 71, 100 

Stadhaugh (Suffolk County), England 80 

Stamford, Conn. — See New Haven, Colony of . 7 
Stanard, Mary Newton and Stanard, William 

G.-rColonial Virginia Register 62 

Stanard, William G. and Stanard, Mary New- 
ton — Colonial Virginia Register 62 

Stanard, William G., comp., Emigrants to 

Virginia 62 

Stansbury Family 98 

Stansbury, John, of Leominster, 1670-1895, 

Descendants of 98 

Stark County, III., In the Military Tract. ... 16 

Staunton, Va 67,85,88,89,90 

Stearns, Ezra, comp., Genealogical and Family 

History of the State of New Hampshire 91 

Stephens Family 98 

Set Selden 96 

Stephens, Thomas— Brief Account of the 
Causes that have Retarded the Progress of 

the Colony of Georgia, Ktc 11 

Stephenson County, Ills. — Catholic Church — 

< i olden Jubilee Souvenir 13 

Steuben County, New York, History of 44 

Stevens, Frank E.— Black Hawk War, includ- 
ing a Review of Black Hawk's Life 17 



154 



INDEX — Continued 



Stevens, Frank E.— Black Hawk War, Still- 
man's Defeat 17 

Stevens, Frank E.— Illinois in the War of 

1812-14 16 

Stevens, Lewis Townshend— History of (ape 
May County, New Jersey, from the Aborig- 
inal Times to the Present Day 37 

Stevens, (Rev.) William Bacon, M.D.— His- 
tory of Georgia; from its First Discovery 
by Kuropeansto the Adoption of the Present 
Constitution in 179S.. . 11 

Stevenson, (Mrs.) Adlai E.— Brief History of 
the Daughters of the American Revolution. 106 

Stevenson, Letitia Green, Chapter Daughters 
of the American Revolution, Bloomington, 
111 15 

Stewart, (Dr.) James Henry— Recollections 
of the Early Settlement of Carroll County, 
Indiana . 19 

StineSpring Family 72, 98,99, 101, 102 

Sti tes Family 84,88 

See James M 

See Appendix. 

Stockwell, Mary Le Baron, comp., Descend- 
ants of Francis LeBaron of Plymouth, 
Massachusetts 86 

Stonebraker Family 98 

See Peaslee 93 

Stoutenburgh, Henry A. — A Documentary 
History of the Dutch Congregation of Oyster 
Bay, Queens County, Island of Nassau 43 

Strange, Alexander Taylor, comp., Biograph- 
ical and Historical Sketches of the Stranges 
of America and Across the Seas 08 

Strange, Alexander Taylor, comp., The 
Greshams of America and Across the Seas. . 82 

Strange Family 98 

Stratford, Conn.— See New Haven, Colony of . 7, 9 

Stribling Family 67, 85, 88, 89, 90. 98 

See Mcllhany 89 

Stroebel, (Rev.) P. S.— Salzburgers and their 
Descendants, being the History of a Colony 
of German (Lutheran) Port^stants who 
Emigrated to Georgia in 1734 and Settled 
at Ebenezer 10,95 

Strong, Thomas M., D.D.— History of the 
Town of Flatbush in Kings County, Long 
Island 40 

Stryker, William S.— Continental Line of New 
Jersey in the Virginia Campaign of 1781 38 

Stryker, William S.— Official Register of the 
Officers and Men of New Jersey in the 
Revolutionary War 39 

Stuart Family 78,81,94,98 

Stubblefield Family 98 

Subblefleld, George W.— Robert Stubblefield 
and his Son John Stubblefield 98 

Stubblefield. John M 

Subblefleld, Robert— Robert Stubblefield and 
his Son John 98 

Stubbs, Elizabeth Saunders Blair — Early 
Settlers of Alabama, by CoL Jamas Bdmona 
Saunders, with Notes and Genealogies by hts 
Grand Daughter Elizabeth Saunders Blair 
Stubbs 5 

Studer, Jacob — Columbus. Ohio, Its History 
Resources and Progress 

Sudbury, Mass.— Sir Framingham L'.i. S3 

Suffolk County, England BO 

Suffolk County. Maw. Suffolk County Dead! 83 

Suffolk County, New York, Historical and 
Descriptive Sketches of (I 

Summers. Lewis Preston — History of South- 
west, Virginia, 1746-1786; Washington 
County. 1777-1870 

Sumner Coimty, Tenn.— Historic Sumner 
County, Tennessee 57, 73 

Susquehanna Valley, Pennsylvania, West 
Branch of, Biographical Annals of Deceased 
Residents of 50 

Sussex Countv, Delaware, Some Records of. . 10 

Sussex County, N. J.— Wills, 1804-1830 39 



PAGE 

Swartz Familv 72,99. 101, 102 

Swanzy, (Rev.) Biddell, M.A.— The Fam- 
ilies of French of Belturbet and Nixon of 

Fermanagh and their Descendants 

Swanzy Family 

Swedish Language 10 

Swift. Samuel History of the Town of Mid- 
dlebury, in the County of Addison. Vermont 59 

Svl\ ester, Brinlev, Descendants of 44 

Sylvester Fam il v 44 , 99 



Taft Family 99 

Taft, William Howard, Ancestry of 99 

Talcott, S. V., comp., Benton Family 73 

Talcott, S. V., comp., Deiniug Family 78 

Talcott, S. v.— Genealogical Notes of v 

York and New England Families 91,92 

Talcott, 8. V., comp.. Goodrich Family 81 

Talcott, S. V.— Reed Familv 94 

Talcott, S. V., comp., Wright Family 19) 

Tanguay, L'Abbe Cyprien, editor, Diction- 
naire Qenealogiqae des Famiies Canadlen- 
nes, Depots la Fondation de la Colonie. 

Jusqu'a Nos Jours, 1608 104 

Tapp Familv 76,99 

See Cloyd 

Tasker Family 99 

See Selden 96 

Tate Familv 67, 85, 88, 89, 90, 99 

See Mclmanv. 
Taylor, Benjamin C, D.D.— Annals of the 
Classes of Bergen, of the Reformed Dutch 

Church 37 

Taylor Family 67,85,88,89,90,96,99 

See Selden. 
See Mcllhany. 
Taylor, (Mrs.) Harriet— Genealogy and the 

West 107 

Taylor, James B.— Baptist Ministers of Vir- 
ginia, with an Introduction. l>v J. B. Jeter.. 60 
Temple, J. IL— History of the Town of Palmer, 

Massachusetts 31 

Tennessee State 84, 85.87, 7:i 

Tennessee State— Annals of Tennessee to the 

End of the 18th Century— See Hamsay 57 

Tennessee State — Havwood, John— Civil and 
Political History of the State of Tern 
from its Barllesl Settlement up to the Year 
17'.m, including the Boundaries of the State. . .".7 

Tennessee State— Nashville, Tenn 84,30 

Tennessee State -Ramsay, J. O. M.— Annals 
of Tennessee to the F.nd of the Eighteenth 

Century 57 

Tennessee State— Sumner County— Historic 

Sumner Countv, Tennessee 

Terre Haute, lnd 21 

Texas State— Austin, Tex 58 

Texas State— Cardelle. Clara and DsWBSSa, 
W. B., comps.. Letters from an Early 

Settler of Texas 58 

Texas State— Dewee-e. \V. B. and Cardelle, 
Clara, comps., Letters from an Karly Set- 

t ler of Texas 58 

Texas State— Early Settlers and Indian 
Fighters of Southwest Texas- .SV Appen- 
dix. 
Texas States — Historical Association, Quar- 
terly of 58 

Texas State— Indian Wars and Pioneers of... 58 
Thalliimer B. — Annual Register and Military 
Roster of the Principal Civil War Officers 
of the Government of the United States 
since its Organization and of the State of 
New York since the Adoption of its Con- 
st itut ion 1777 40, 104 

Thanes, T. B. and Chandler, .1. A..— Colonial 

Virginia 61 

Thomas Family Of Maryland.... M. 86, 95, 96, 97, 99 
Thomas, Jesse Burgess, Jr., Article on, by 
Dr. J. F. Snvder 99 



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PAGE 

Thomas, Jesse Burgess, Sr., Article on by 
Dr. J. F. Snyder 99 

Thomas, (Rev.) Lawrence Buckley — Gene- 
alogical Notes; Containing the Pedigree of 

the Thomas Family of Maryland, Etc 

84, 86,95,96,97,99 

Thomas, (Rev.) Lawrence Buckley — Pedi- 
grees of Thomas, Chew and Lawrence 
Families 76, 86,99 

Thomas, Richard Symmes, Jr., Article on, 
by Dr. J. F. Snyder 99 

Thomas, West Va 76 

Thompson, Charles Manfred, editor, Govern- 
or's Letter Books, 1840-1853, Historical 
Collections, Vol. VII 116 

Thompson Family 99 

Sec Selden 96 

Thomson Family 75 

See Capen 75 

Thomson, Rhoda, Descendants of 75 

Thurber Family 99 

Tilton, George B., conip., Life and Works of 
Paul Revere 94 

Times and Season, Published at Nauvoo, Illi- 
nois, by the Mormons 97 

Tisdale \„ ., inn 

Tisdel /Family 100 

Titus, (Rev.) Anson— Marriages of Rev. 
Thomas Foxcroft, A.M., Boston, 1717-1769, 
transcribed by Rev. Anson Titus 28 

Todd Family 79, 100 

See Edwards 79 

Toner, J. M., M.D.— Index to Meade's Old 
Churches, Ministers and Families of Vir- 
ginia 64 

Topeka, Kan 22, 34, 77 

Torrington, Conn.— History of Torrington, 
Connecticut, from its First Settlement in 1737 
with Biographies and Genealogies 9 

Totten, John R. — Science of Genealogy, Arti- 
cle on 110 

Townshend, Charles Hervey— The British In- 
vasion of New Haven, Connecticut, Etc... 6,7 

Traverrier or Traversier Family 100 

Tree Family 100 

Trenton, New Jersev, Presbyterian Church, 
History of 39 

Trou t F am ily 67, 85, 88, 89, 90, 100 

See Mcllhany 89 

Trumbull Family— See Appendix. 

Trumbull, Lyman, Life of, by Horace Whit* — 
See Appendix. 

Tniro Parish, Virginia, History of 68 

TrvonCo., N.Y 44,45 

Tucker Family 100 

Si i Selden 96 

Tucker, William Howard— History of Hart- 
ford, Vermont, July t, 1761-April 4, 1889; 
the First Town on the New Hampshire 
Crants Chartered after the Close of the 
French War 59 

Turner, A. J., of ColumbiaCounty, Wisconsin, 
Family Tree of . : 70 

Turner, ('. H. P., comp., Sussex County, 
Delaware, Some Records of 10 

Turner Family 70, 100 

Turner, Jonathan Baldwin, Life of, by Mary 
Turner Carriel 100 

Turner, O. — History of the Pioneer Settle- 
ment of Phelps and Gorham's Purchase and 
Morris Reserve, Etc 43 

Tuscarawas Valley, Ohio 49 

Tu thill Family 44, 100 

Tu thill, Noah, Descendants of 44 

Tvler, Lyon (i. M. A., editor, William and 
Mary Quarterly 68, 69, 115 

Tyron County, N.Y.— Annals of Tyron 
Count y Error, should read Tryon 44, 45 

Tyron County, New York, Minute Book of 
the Committee of Safety of 45 

Tvson Family 96, 99, 100 

See Thomas 99 



U 



PAGE 



lister County, N.Y 90 

Lister, Province of, Ireland— Scotch-Irish 
Pioneers in Ulster and America 110 

Union County, Indiana, History of 20,21 

Union Count \, Kentucky, History of 24 

I " lilted Stat es Army 48, 107 

United States Army — Historical Register and 
Dictionary of the United States Army from 
its Organization September 29, 1789 to 
March 2. 1903. See Heitman 107 

United States— Census, 1790 — Heads of Fam- 
ilies at the FirstCensus, Connecticut, Maine, 
Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, 
New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, 
South Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont. 
Virginia 9 27, 32, 37, 55, 57, 96, 107 

United States Census — Sixth Census — Census 
of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military 
Services 1 10 

United States — Colored Troops, 104 Regiment, 
United States Colored Troops 78 

United States Congress — H. R. 33d Cong., 1st 
Sess., 1854 14 

United States Library of Congress 3,102, 103 

United States — Library of Congress, 
American and English Genealogies in 102, 103 

United States Congress — Resolutions, Laws 
and Ordinances Relating to the Pay, Half 
Pay, Commutation of Half Pay, Bounty 
Lands, Etc., to the Officers and Soldiers of 
the Revolution 110 

Lnited States Department of Commerce and 

Labor, Bureau of the Census 

9, 27 32, 37, 55, 57, 96, 107 

United States — Louisiana Transferred from 
France to the United States, Commemora- 
tion of the Transfer, Official Program of, 
December 18-20, 1913 T5 

University of Illinois — Alumni Record, 1913 — 
See Appendix. 

Updike, Wilkins — History of the Episcopal 
Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island 55 

Upland, Pennsylvania, Record of the Court 
at, 1676 to 1681 53 

Usher, James M. — History of the Town of 
Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, 
from its First Settlement in 1630 to 1855 31 

Utah State— Genealogical Society, Publica- 
tions of 58, 115 



V 

Valley Forge, Pa 110 

Vance, J. W., Adjutant General, State of Illi- 
nois, Reports, 1861-66, revised by 18 

Vanderburgh County, Indiana, History of . .20, 21 

Van Zandt, Nicholas Biddle — A Full IJescrip- 
tion of the Soil, Water, Timber and Prairies 
of each Lot or Quarter Section of the Mili- 
tary Lands between the Mississippi and 
Illinois Rivers 16 

Veech, James — Monongahela of Old, or His- 
torical Sketches of Southwestern Pennsyl- 
vania to the Year 1800 52 

Venable Family 91,100 

See Morton 91 

Venago County, Pennsylvania, History of . .. 53 

Vermont, E. lie V., editor and comp., America 
Herald lea., Compilation of, Coatiof Anns, 

Crests and Mottoes of i'rnminent American 
Families Settled in this Country before lsoo 102 

Vermont State 53,68.59,60,107,111 

Vermont State— Addison County, Vt 59 

Vermont State— Baptist Church — Annual 
Register of the Baptist Denomination in 
North America to the First of November, 

1790 

. ..">, 9, 10. 22, 27, 28, 36, 37 40, 15. SO, 54, 55 58, 60, 104 

Vermont State— Bennington, Vermont, F'.arlv ""' 

History of 58 



156 



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PAGE 

Vermont State— Bradford, Vormout, History 
of 68 

Vermont State— Burlington, Vt 59, 111 

Vermont State, Census of, 1790— Heads of 
Families at the First Census "f the United 
States, 1790 9, 27, 32, 37, 55, 57, 96, 107 

Vermont State— (Hark, Byron N., editor, \ 
List of the Pensioners of the War of 1812— 
See Appendix. 

Vermont State— Fairhaven, Vermont, His- 
tory of 58 

Vermont State- -Hartford, Vermont, His- 
tory of 59 

Vermont State— Lincklaen, John— Travels in 
Pennsylvania, New York and Vermont. 42. 52, 59 

Vermont State Middleburv, Vermont, His- 
tory of 59 

Vermont State— Military Lists and other 
Documents Relating to Vermont History 
Found among the Papers of ('apt. Luke 
Parsons 59, 111 

Vermont State— Montpelier, Vt 58 

Vermont State— Newbury, Vermont, His- 
tory of 59 

Vermont State— Royalton, Vermont, His- 
tory of 59 

Vermont State— Rutland, Vt 60 

Vermont State— St. Albans, Vermont, Cen- 
tennial History of 59 

Vermont State— St. Johnsbury, Vt 59 

Vermont State— Waitsfleld, Vermont, His- 
tory of the Town of, 1782-1908 59 

Vermont State— War of the Revolution, 
Vermont Soldiers in 60 

Vermont State— War of 1812, List of Pen- 
sioners of 59, 1 1 1 

Vermont State— War of 1812, Military Lists 

and Other Documents Relating to 59, 111 

. 'e/./v Family 

72, 83, 85, 88, 89, 92, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102 

Vigo County, Indiana History of 20, 21 

Vincennes, Ind. — Colonial History of Vin- 
ce n nes Under the French, British and 
American Governments 21 

Vincennes, Ind— History of the City of Vin- 
cennes, Indiana, from 1702 to 1901 21 

Virginia State 9, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24, 36, 37, 40, 

45,50,54,55, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67. 68, 69, 
74,76,80,81, 85, 88, 89, 90, 93, 97, 103, 104 107, 109, 115 

Virginia State— Accawmacke, or the Eastern 
Shore of Virginia, in the Seventeenth Cen- 
tury 60 

Virginia State— Alexandria, Virginia, Old 
Christ Church in, Historical Sketch of 60 

Virginia State — Augusta County, Annals of, 
With Reminiscences, Biographical Sketches 60 

Virginia State— Augusta County Court Rec- 
ords. 1745-1800 60 

Virginia State— Augusta County— Historical 
Register and Literary Note Book, April, 
1850 60 

V irginia State— Baptist Church— Annual Reg- 
ister of the Baptist Denomination in North 

America- to the First of November, 1790 

... .5, 9, 10, 22, 27, 2«, 36, 37, 40, 45, 50, 54, 55, 60, 104 . 

Virginia State, Baptist Ministers of 60 

Virginia State— Bar ford, (Lancaster County), 
Va 60,76 

Virginia State— Bellet, Louise Pecquet de — 
Some Prominent Families of Virginia 67 

Virginia State— Boogher, William Fletcher, 
comp., Gleanings of Virginia History 63 

Virginia State — Bristol Parish, History of 61 

Virginia State— Bristol Parish, Virginia, \ es- 
try Book and Register of, 1720-1789 61 

Virginia State — Campbell. Charles— Orderly 
Book of that Portion of the American Army 
Stationed at. or Near Williamsburgh, Vir- 
ginia, under the Command of Gen Andrew 
Lewis, printed from the Original Manu- 
scripts with Notes and Introduction 69, 109 



PAGE 

Virginia Carolorum— The Colonv under the 
Rule of Charles the First and "Second. 162") 
to A.D 1685 65,68 

Virginia State, Census of 1790— Heads of Fam- 
ilies at the First Census of the United States, 
1790 9, 27. 32. 37, 55, 59. (»<;. HIT 

Virginia State— Chalkley Collection— See Au- 
gusta County Records; See Chronicles of the 
Scotch-Irish in America 61 

Virginia State— Chandler, J. A. and Thanes. T. 
B.— Colonial Virginia 61 

Virginia State— Charlottesville, Va.. 65. 67, 69, 103 

Virginia State — Colonial Dames, National 
Society of, in Virginia 61,66,67 

Virginia State — Colonial Decisions General 
Court of Virginia, 1728-1741 61 

Virginia State— Colonial Militia of 1651 17W 

Virginia State— Colonial Virginia 61,03 

Virginia State— Colonial Virginia, Biblio- 
graphy of, 1754-1776 62 

Virginia State — Colonial Virginia Register, 
a List of Governors, Councillors and other 
Higher Officials, Etc , 62 

Virginia State— Virginia Company of London. 
Introduction to the Records of, with a 
Bibliographical list of the Extant Docu- 
ments 68 

Virginia Company of London to and from the 
First Colony never before Printed, His- 
tory of 107 

Virginia State— County Names— Two Hun- 
dred and Seventy Years of Virginia History 62 

Virginia State— Culpeper County, Virginia, 
Genealogical and Historical Notes on 62,66 

Virginia State— Davis, J —First Settlers of 
Virginia, an Historical Novel 62 

Virginia State— Dayton, Va 66 

Virginia* State— Dinwiddie, Robert, Official 
Records of, 1751-5S 65 

Virginia State— Emigrants to Virginia 62 

Virginia State— Fairfax, Lord, or the Master 
of Greenaway Court, a Chronicle of the 
Shenandoah 62 

Virginia State, First Settlers of, an Historical 
Novel 62 

Virginia State— Flagg. C. A. and Waters, 
W. O— Virginia Soldiers in the Revolu- 
tion. Bibliography 66 

Virginia State— Foote. (Rev.) William Henry, 
D.D.— Sketches of Virginia 67 

Virginia State— Forrest, William S— Norfolk, 
Virginia, Historical and Descriptive Sketch 
of \ 65 

Virginia State— Frederick County, Va 62,67 

Virginia State — Frederick Couritv, History, 
from its Formation In 1738 to 1908 62 

Virginia State— French and Indian War, 
Virginia Men in— See Vol. VII, Hening!s 
Statutes of Virginia 63 

Virginia State— Gist. (Col ) Nathaniel— Vir- 
ginia Regiment !777. Names of the Captains 
and Privates of 63 

Virginia State— Glengarry, McDonalds of. .63, 64 

Virginia State— Goodwin, (Rev.) Edward L. 
—History of Truro Parish 68 

Virginia State— Green, Raleigh Travers— Cul- 
peper County Virginia, Genealogical and 
Historical Notes of 62 

Virginia State— Green, Thomas Marshall- - 
Historic Families of Kentucky, with Special 
Reference to Stocks Immediately Derived 
from the Valley of Virginia 63 

Virginia State— Greer, George Cabell— Early 
% irginia Immigrants, 1623-lfitv; 62 

Virginia State— Grisby, Hugh Blair— Virginia 
Convention of 1776 68 

Virginia State— Hall, Everard— Virginia State 
Reports, Digested Index to 68 

Virginia State— Hening, William Waller- 
New Virginia Justice, (The), (Contains a 
List of the Subscribers to the Work) 63 



157 



INDEX — Continued 



PAGE 

Virginia State— Hening, William Waller- 
Statutes of Virginia, also Shepherd's Con- 
tinuation of Same 63, 68 

Virginia State — Henrico Parish and Old St. 
John's Church, Richmond, Virginia, 1611— 
1904 63 

Virginia State— Henrico Parish, Virginia, 
Vestry Book of, 1730-1773 63 

Virginia State— Highland County, Virginia, 
History of 63 

Virginia. State— Historical Register and Liter- 
ary Note Book, Virginia, April, 1850, Au- 
gusta, Comity, Virginia 64 

Virginia State Historical Society, Collec- 
tions of 61, 65 

Virginia State— Hot Springs, Va 66 

Virginia State— Howe, Henry— Historical 
Collections of Virginia 64 

Virginia State — Huguenot Emigration to Vir- 
ginia 01 

Virginia State— Immigrants— Early Virginia 
Immigrants, 1623-1666 62 

Virginia State— Immigration to— Huguenot 
Emigration to 64 

Virginia State— Jamestown Colony, 1620 94 

Virginia State — Jamestown, Virginia, Settle- 
ment of, May 13, 1607 105 

Virginia State— Kercheval, Samuel— History 
of ( he Valley of Virginia 64 

Virginia State — Kingsbury, Susan M., A.M., 
Ph.D. — Virginia Company of London, 
introduction to the Records of, with a 
Bibliography 68 

Virginia State— Lancaster County, Va 60, 76 

Virginia State Library, Sixth Annual Report 
of 62,67 

Virginia State — Long, Charles, M. — Virginia 
County Names, Two Hundred and Seventy 
Years of Virginia History 62 

Virginia State— Lynchburg, Virginia, Sketch- 
es and Recollections of, by the Oldest In- 
habitants 64 

Virginia State— McAllister, J. T— Virginia Mi- 
litia in the Revolutionary War 66 

Virginia State — McAllister, J. T. — Virginia 
Militia in the Revolutionary War, Index 
to Saffell's Records of the Revolutionary 
War 66 

Virginia State, McDonald's of— See Glen- 
garry 63, 64 

Virginia State— Mcllhany, Hugh Milton- 
Some Virginia Families 67 

Virginia State— Magazine of Biography and 
History 64,115 

Virginia State— Manakin Town, Va.— See Hu- 
guenot Emigration to Virginia 64 

Virginia State— Meade's Old Churches, Min- 
isters and Families of Virginia, by Bishop 
William Mead, Index to same by J. M. 
Toner, M.D., Wise's Index ; 64,65 

Virginia State— Middlesex County, Va. — 
Christ Church Parish Register, 1653 to 1812 61 

Virginia State Military Land Warrants 
Granted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, 
to Soldiers and Sailors of tho Revolution. . . 24 

Virginia State— Monterey, Va 63 

Virginia State — Muhlenberg, (Gen.) John 
Peter Gabriel, Orderly Book of, from March 
26, to December 20, 1777 65 

Virginia State— National Society of Colonial 
Dames of America 61,65,67 

Virginia State Navy, War of the Revolution, 
R nster of 24 

Virginia State— Neill, Edward D.— History 
of Virginia; to and from the First Colony 
never before Printed :.. 68 

Virginia State— Neill, Edward D.— Virginia 
Carolorum, the Colony under the Rule of 
Charles the First and Second, A.D. 1625 
to A.D. 1686 65,68 

Virginia State— New Kent County, Va 65, 67 

Virginia State— New Kent County, Parish 
Register of, from 1680 to 1787 tio 



PAGE 

Virginia State— Norfolk, Virginia, Historical 
and Descriptive Sketch of 65 

Virginia State. Oath of Allegiance to the 
Commonwealth of, Signers of. 65 

Virginia State— Orange County, Virginia, 
History of 65 

Virginia Stato— Palmer, William P., editor, 
Virginia State Papers, Calendar of 1652- 
1781 68 

Virginia State— Papers— Calendar of Virginia 
State Papers, 1652-1781 68 

Virginia State— Portsmouth, County 65, 66 

Virginia State— Presbyterian Churches in the 
Valley of 24, 6t 

Virginia State — Reports, Digested Index to.. 68 

Virginia State — Richmond, Va 

60,61,62,63,64,65.66,67,68,109 

Virginia State— Richmond, Virginia, Her 
Past and Present— See Appendix. 

Virginia State— Rockingham County, Virgina, 
History of 66 

Virginia State Rosslyn, Va 60,61 

Virginia State— St. Mark's Parish, Dr. Philip 
Slaughter's History of 62, 66 

Virgmia State— St. Peter's Parish Register, 
1680-1787 67 

Virginia State— Sale, Edith Tunis— Manors 
of Virginia in Colonial Times 61, 64 

Virginia State— Scotch-Irish Settlement in, 
See Augusta County, Va 60, 61 

Virginia State— Seldens of Virginia and 
Allied Families 67 

Virginia State— Separation of Church and 
State in Virginia, a Study in the Develop- 
ment of the Revolution 67 

Virginia State — Shenandoah County, Va 93 

Virginia State— Shenandoah Valley, German 
Element of 67 

Virginia State— Shepherd, Samuel— Virginia 
Statutes, Continuation of Hening's Statutes 
63,68 

Virginia State— Shepherdstown, Va.— Historic 
Shepherdstown 67 

Virginia State— Slaughter, (Dr.) Philip— His- 
tory of St. Mark's Parish 62, 66 

Virginia State— Slaughter, (Rev.) Philip, 
D.D.— History of Truro Parish 68 

Virginia— Southampton County 

5,9,10,22,36,37,50,54,55,58.60,104 

Virginia State— Spotsylvania County— Vir- 
ginia County Records, Spotsylvania County, 
1721-1800 67 

Virginia State— Standard, Mary Newton and 
Stanard, William G.— Colonial Virginia Reg- 
ister 62 

Virginia State— Statutes at Large— see Hening 
—see Shepherd 63 . 68 

Virginia State— Staunton, Va 67,85,88,89,90 

Virginia State — Sumners, Lewis Preston — 
History of Southwest Virginia, 1746 to 1786, 
Washington County, Virginia, 1777-1870.. 68 

Virginia State— Thanes, T. B. and Chandler, 
J. A.— Colonial Virginia 61 

Virginia State— Truro Parish, History of 68 

Virginia State— War of the Revolution, 
Eckenrode, H . J., List of Revolutionary 
Soldiers of Virginia 63, 66 

Virginia State — War of the Revolution, Pen- 
sioners of 66 

Virginia State — War of the Revolution — see 
Saffell's Records of tho Revolutionary War 63 

Virginia State— War of the Revolution— Vir- 
ginia Officers who Received Land Bounties 24 

Virginia State— War of the Revolution, Vir- 
ginia Soldiers in 63,66 

Virginia State— Waters, W. O. and Flagg, 
C. A.— Virginia Soldiers in the Revolution 66 

Virginia State— Wertenbaker, Thomas J. 
M.A.— Patrician and Plebeian in Virginia, 
or the Origin and Development of the 
Social Classes of the Old Dominion 65 

Virginia State— Westmoreland County, Vir- 
ginia, History of, 1653-1912 68 



158 



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PAGE 

Virginia State, William and Mary College of.69, 115 
Virginia State— William and Mary Quartelry, 

published by William and Mary College.. 

68,69,115 

Virginia State— Williamsburg, Va 69, 1 15 

Virginia State— Winchester, va 62 

Virginia State— Woodstock, Va M 

Virginia State— Yohogania County, Va 54 

Vocelle, J. T.— Historical Sketches of Old St. 

Mary's, Georgia 11 

W 

Wabash Valley, Indiana, Historic Notes on— 
See Vigo and Parke Counties, Indiana 20 

Waddell, Alfred Moore— A Colonial Officer 
and his Times. 17">I-1773, a Biographical 
Sketch of (ien. Hugh Waddell 45, 100 

Waddell, Alfred Moore — History of New Han- 
over County and the Lower Cape Fear 
Region, 1723-1800 46 

Waddell Family 45, 100 

Waddell, (Gen.) Hugh, Biographical Sketch 
of 45.100 

Waddell, (Gen.) Hugh— Colonial Officer and 
his Times. 1754-1773, Gen. Hugh Waddell. 45, 100 

Waddell, Joseph A.— Augusta County, Vir- 
ginia, Annals of, with Reminiscences and 
Biographical Sketches 60 

Waddell. Joseph A.— Diary of the War of the 
Rebellion, 1861-65 BO 

Wade, Benjamin F., Life of 100,101 

Wade Family 100, 101 

Wagenseller, George W., A.M., comp., Sny- 
der County, Pa.— Marriages, 1835-1S99 53 

Waitsfield, Vermont, History of the Town of, 
1782-1908, with Family Genealogies 59 

Wakefield, John Allen— History of tho War 
between the United States and the Sac and 
Fox Nations of Indians and Parts of other 
Disaffected Tribes of Indians in the Years, 
1827, 1831-32 17 

Walker, Charles M.— History of Athens 
County, Ohio and Incidentally of the Ohio 
Land Company, and tho First Settlement 
at Marietta, Etc 48 

Walker. (Rev.) Edwin Sawyer, A.M. — Ances- 
try and Life of Captain Thomas Sawyer.. 95, 96 

Walker, (Rev.) Edwin Sawyer, A.M., editor, 
< lenealogical Notes of the Carpenter Family 
"75,76 

Walker, (Rev.) Edwin Sawyer— The Story of 
my Ancestors in America 101 

Walkers, (Mrs.) Edwin S.— Revolutionary 
Soldiers Buried in Illinois, List of by Coun- 
ties, compiled by 3,14,15 

Walker Family 101 

See a/so Selden 96 

Wallace Family 101 

See Selden 96 

Wallace, F J. A.— Abbe Genealogy 70 

Wallbridge Family 101 

Wallbridge, Henry, 1 >escendants of 101 

Wallbridge, William Godiiey. comp., De- 
scendants of Hem y Wallbridge 101 

Wallingford. Conn.— History of Walliimford. 
Connect toot, from its first Settlement in 1670 
to the Present Time ii." 

Waltham, Massachusetts, Early Settlors of. .32,33 

Walton Family 101 

War of the Revolution 

6, 10, 11, 12. 13. 14, 15. 21,24,82, 

36, 39, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 52, 53, 54. 55, 66, 87 . 
60,63.66,91, 103, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109. 110, 111, 114 

War of the Revolution. American l'risonersof 103 

War of the Revolution— Bowman, Isaac, 
Lieut., Illinois Regiment, War of the Revo- 
lution 14 

War of the Revolution. Census of Pensioners, 
taken from tho Sixth Census of the United 
States 110 

War of the Revolution — Charlovillo's Volun- 
teers Entitled to Land, List of 14 



PAGE 

War of the Revolution— Connecticut Men, 
Rolls and Lists 6 

War of the Revolution— Continental Army, 
Register of Officers of April. 1775 to Decem- 
ber, 17X3 107 

War of the Revolution Eliot, Elizabeth F.— 
Womenofthe American Revolution Ill 

War of the Revolution— French Soldiers and 
Sailors in 106 

War of the Revolution— Georgia, Revolution- 
ary Records of 10 1 1 

War of the Revolution Greene, iCii! 
thanicl. Sketches and Correspondence of., no 

War of the Revolution— Illinois Army I,ed 
bv Col. George RogersClark in his Conquest 
of the Illinois 13 

War of the Revolution— Illinois— Daughters, 
American Revolution Annual Conferences, 
Reports of 12 

War of the Revolution— Illinois— List of Offi- 
cers of the Illinois Regiments who have not 
Received Lands for Military Services 14 

War of the Revolution -Illinois. Revolution- 
ary Soldiers Buried in, List of by counties 
1,14,18 

War of the Revolution. Illinois Soldiers in. .3. 14, 15 

War of the Revolution— Illinois— Sons of the 
American Revolution. Year Books of 13 

War of the Revolution— Illinois— Sons of tho 
Revolution Year Books 13 

War of tho Revolution— Indiana Sons of the 
A mcrican Revolution, Society of 21 

War of the Revolution — Kentucky, Sons of 
the American Revolution. Year Books of. .91,66 

War of the Revolution — Kirkland, Mrs. C. 
M. — Women of the Revolution Ill 

War of the Revolution— Lancaster Uarracks, 
where the British and Hessian Prisoners 
were Detained During the Revolution 52 

War of the Revolution— Land Warrants 
Granted by the Commonwealth of Virginia 
to Soldiers and Sailors L'l 

War of the Revolution— Massachusetts Sons of 
the American Revolution 32 

War of tho Revolution— National Smietv 
Daughters of the American Revolution. 
Annual Reports, Directory of, Lineage 
Books " 106 

War of the Revolution— National Society 
Daughters of the America.! Revolution. 
Brief History of, by Mrs. Adlai E. Steven- 
son 106 

War of the Revo'ution— National Society, 
Sons of the American Revolution. Ri 
and Year Books 1 10, 1 1 1 

War of the Revolution— New Hampshire — 
History of the First New Hampshire Regi- 
ment in 36 

War of tho Revolution— New Hampshire in 
the Revolution— See New Hampshire State 

Papers. Vols. 11-17 37 

See Appendix. 

War of the Revolution New Jersey -Official 
Register of the Officers and Men of New 
Jersey in the War of the Revolu' ion 39 

War of the Revolution— New York - 
History of Daring 45 

War of the Revolution— New York in the 
Revolution as a Colony and as a State 45 

War of the Revolution — New York— Onon- 
daga Sol. Hers of the Revolution 43 

War of the Revolution — New York Society, 
Sons of the American Revolution 44 

War of the Revolution -New York in— see 

Roberts. James A 45 

See Tryon County, N.Y 45, 46 

War of the Revolution. North Carolina in .. 47 

War of the Revolution— North Carolina Ma- 
tional Society, Daughters of the American 
Revolution . ." 46 

War of the Revolution— North Carolina- 
Revolutionary Pensioners 47 



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War of the Revolution— Ohio— Soldiers Buried 

in Geauga County, Ohio 48,49 

War of the Revolution— Orderly Book of that 
Portion of the American Army Stationed at 
or near Williamsburgh. Virginia under the 
Command of Gen. Andrew Lewis, from 

March 18, 1776 to August 28, 1776 69,109 

War of the Revolution— Oriskany Campaign, 
1776-1777, Orderly Book of Sir John Johnson 109 

War of the Revolution— Pennsylvania State— 
See Pennsylvania Archives, Vols. 13, 14 ... 53 

War of the Revolution— Pennsylvania in the 
War of the Revolution 50,53 

War of the Revolution, Pensioners of. taken 
from the Sixth Census of the United States. . 110 

War of the Revolution— Pioneer Mothers of 
America 109 

War of the Revolution — Rock River in the 
Revolution 15 

War of the Revolution — Rogers' Report on 
Revolutionary Claims, February 16, 1854... 14 

War of the Revolution— Rhode Island — War- 
ren, Rhode Island, History of, in the War 
of the Revolution 55 

War of the Revolution— Saffell, W. T. R.— 
Records of the Revolutionary War: also 
Index to same by McAllister 63,66,109,110 

War of the Revolution, South Carolina in.. 56, 57 

War of the Revolution — United States Con- 
gress—Resolutions, Laws and Ordinances, 
Relating to the Pay, Half Pay, Commuta- 
tion of Half Pay, Bounty Lands, Etc., Etc., 
to the Officers and Soldiers of the Revolu- 
tion 110 

War of the Revolution, Vermont Soldiers in. . 60 

War of the Revolution, Virginia in 

24.62,63,66,109,110 

War of the Revolution — Virginia— Military 
Land Warrants Granted by the Common- 
wealth of Virginia to Soldiers and Sailors 
of the Revolution 24 

War of tho Revolution— Virginia, Navy Ros- 
ter of 24 

War of the Revolution— Virginia— Officers 
who Received Land Bounties 24 

War of the Revolution, Virginia in, Pension- 
ers of 66 

War of the Revolution— Virginia— Revolu- 
tionary Soldiers in, List of 62. 66 

War of the Revolution— Women of the Ameri- 
can Revolution, by Elizabeth F. Ellet 111 

War of the Revolution— Women of the Revo- 
lution, by Mrs. C. M. Kirkland Ill 

War of the Revolution— Women of the Revo- 
lution—Pioneer Mothers of America 109 

War of the Revolution, Zaehariah Nance 
Soldier of 91 

War of 1812 

4, 12, 13, 15, 16. 24, 27. 3 1. 36, 59, 77, 85, 92, 11 1 

War of 1S12— Battlo of Lake Erie 24 

War of 1812— Bat tie of Pittsburgh— Sfet'lark, 
Byron N Ill 

War of 1812— Bounty Lands... 12, 16, 18,77, 85, 111 

War of 1813— Clark, Byron N'., editor, List of 
Pensioners of the War of 1812 ill 

War of 1^12 — Corey, Henrv, Land Warrant for 
Services in. .• 77, 111 

War of 1813— Illinois— Military Bounty I>and, 
Military Tract ". . 12, 15, 16, 77, 85, 111 

War of 1812— Illinois— Record of the Services 
of the Illinois Soldiers in, bv Isaac H. Elliott, 
' 13,16,17 

War of 1813— Illinois Soldiers in the War of 
1812, whose Bounty Land Grants were 
Located in McLean County 12 

War of Is 12— Jones, Zenas, Land Warrant for 
Military Services in... 86,111 

War of 1812, Kentucky's Part in 21 

War of 1812— Maryland State— See North 
Point and Ft. Mcllenrv 27 

War of lsl2— Militia, Rangers and Riflemen— 
See Illinois War of 1812 13 



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War of 1812— Missouri— Boone County, War 
of 1812, List of Soldiers Petitioning for 
Pensions 36 

War of 1812, Nebraska in, Roster of Soldiers, 
Sailors and Marines in.. 34, 111 

War of 1812— Oliver, John, Land Warrant 
for Military Services in 16,92 

War of 1S12— Parsons, ((apt.) Luke, Captain 
of Cavalry In 59,111 

War of 1812, Pensioners of, Vermont, Byron 
N. (lark, editor 1 1 1 

War of 1812— Stevens, Frank E.— Illinois in 
the War of 1812-14 H 

War of 1812— Van Zandt, Nicholas Biddle— 
A Full Description of the Soil, Water, Tim- 
ber and Prairies of Each Lot, or Quarter 
Section of the Military Lands between the 
Mississippi and Illinois Rivers, Etc., Etc.. 16 

War of 1812, Vermont State in 59, 111 

War with Mexico 16, 17, 18,34 

War with Mexico- Illinois Association Mex- 
ican War Veterans 18 

War with Mexico— Illinois— The Fourth Illi- 
nois Infantry in the War with Mexico, by 
EzraM. Prince 18 

War with Mexico, Illinois Soldiers in 17, 18 

War with Mexico— Johnson, Charles P.— 
An Account of the Services of the Illinois 
Troops in the Mexican W ar 18 

War with Mexico— Nebraska Soldiers, Sailors, 
and Marines of the War of 1812, Mexican 
War and the War of the Rebellion 34 

War of the Rebellion 18,21,22,34,36,60,70 

War of the Rebellion— Connelley, (Maj.) H. 
C— Recollections of the War between the 
States 18 

War of the Rebellion— Crippen, Edward, 
Diary of, 27111. Vol. Reg., 1861-63 18 

War of the Rebellion— Diary of Edward Crip- 
pen W 

War of the Rebellion— Diary of Joseph A. 
W r addell 60 

War of the Rebellion— Eddy, T. M., D.D.— 
The Patriotism of Illinois 18 

War of the Rebellion— Illinois Adjutant Gen- 
erals' Reports, 1861-66 18 

War of the Rebellion— Illinois— See Connelley, 
(Maj.) H. C— Recollections of 18 

War of the Rebellion— Illinois— See Crippen, • 
Edward, Diary of 18 

War of the Rebellion— Illinois — Patriotism 
of Illinois, by T. M. Eddy 18 

War of the Rebellion— Illinois, Regimental 
Histories and Reunions of 18 

War of the Rebellion— Illinois— See Yates, 
Richard, Services as War Governor 81 

War of the Rebellion— Indiana at Antietam.. 21 

War of the Rebellion— Indiana at Shiloh 21 

War of the Rebellion— Indiana at Vicksburg.. 21 

War of the Rebellion— Iowa and the Rebellion 22 

War of the Rebellion, Missouri Troops in 36 

War of the Rebellion— Nebraska Soldiers, 
Sailors and Marines of the War of 1812 and 
the War of the Rebellion, Residing in 
Nebraska. i*93 34 

War of the Rebellion— Waddell, Joseph A., Di- 
ary of 60 

War of the Rebellion— Wisconsin's Participa- 
tion in, Bibliography of 70 

War of the Rebellion— Yates. Richard, Ser- 
vices as War Governor Of Illinois 18 

Ware— Eugene F.— Indian War of 1864, being 
a fragment of the Barry History of Kansas, 
Nebraska and Colorado 34 

Warren County, III., In the Military Tract.. Ifi 

Warren County, 111., Revolutionary Soldiers 
Buried in.. ." 3,14 

Warren County, N". J.— Wills. 1826-80 39 

Warren, Rhode Island, History of, in the 
War of the Revolution 55 

Washburne, Elihu B— -Editor of the Edwards 
Papers 15 



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PACK 

Washburn, Emory— 11 istorical Sketches of 

the Town of Leicester, Massachuset Is 30 

Washburn. Mabel Thacher Rosemary— A n- 

cestry of President Taft 99 

Washington, Conn.— See Woodbury, Conn... 9 
Washington, County, Pennsylvania, History 

ol 54 

Washington County, Virginia, History of, 

1777-1870 68 

Washington. D.C 9, 

16, 27,32,37 55,57,63 68, 106, 107, 108, 110, 111, 112 

Washington, D. C— Library of Congress 68 

Washington Family 101 

S( e also Selden 98 

\V ashington, George 68, 101 

Washington State— Historical Quarterly, pub- 
lished by the Historical Society of Wash- 
ington 69 

Washington State— Seattle, Wash 69 

Watauga Association — Annals of Tennessee 
to the End of the Eighteenth Century, com- 
prising its Settlement as the Wautauga 

Association from 1769 to 1777 67 

Waterbury, Conn. — History of Waterbury, 

Connecticut 7, 9 

Waterman, 111.— Year Books 1902, 1903, 1904, 

1905, 1906, 1907 19,77 

Waters, W. O. and Flagg, C. A.— Virginia 

Soldiers in the Revolution 66 

Waterman, Conn.— see Waterbury Conn 7,9 

Watertown, Massachusetts, Early Settlers of, 

Etc 32, 33 

Watkinson Family 45, 101 

Watson, S. M., editor, Historical and Gene- 
alogical Recorder 26 

Waukesha County, Wisconsin, dishing Fam- 
ily of 70 

Waverly, Illinois, Wemple Family of— See 
.Appendix. 

Wayfand, John Walter, B.A., Ph.D.— Ger- 
man Element of the Shenandoah Valley of 

Virginia 07 

Wavne, County, Indiana, History of 20,21 

Webb Family 72,101 

Weber, (Mrs.) Jessie Palmer— Librarian Illi- 
nois State Historical Library; Secretary 

Illinois State Historical Society 116 

Webster, ( Rev.) Richard— PresbyterianChurch 
in America from its Origin until the Year 
1760, with Biographical Sketches of its 

Ministers 109 

Weedsport, N.Y 96 

Weeks, Harriet Morse— Descendants of Rich- 
ard Hayes of Lyme, Connecticut, through 

his Son Titus 1 1 ayes 82 

Weeks, Harriet Morse — Descendants of Sam- 
uel Morse of Worthington, Massachusetts. . 91 

Weils Family 101 

Wells, Frederic P.— History of Ncwbii'v, 
Vermont, from the Discovery of the Coos 

Country to the Present Time 59 

Wells, Stephen, editor, Colonial Records of 

North Carolina 46 

Wemple Family— See Appendix. 
Wertenbaker,ThomasJ.,M.A. — Patrician and 
Plebian In Virginia, or the Origin and De\ at 
opment of the Social Classes of the Old 

Dominion 65 

Wessangusset, Mass.— See Weymouth, Mass.. 33 

\\ eetchester County, N.Y 45, 71, si, 101 

Westchester County, New York, History of.. 45 
Westchester County, New York, Wilis of, 

from 1664 to 1784 45 

rn Reserve, Ohio, Pioneers of 50 

West Family 101 

See Selden 96 

West Farms, N.Y 45 

West Indies— Wills from 1700 to 1725 in Canter- 
bury, England, of Testators Living in 

America and the West Indies 107 

Westmoreland County, Virginia, History of, 
1653-1912 68 



FAOE 

Westmoreland, Pa.— Old Westmoreland, a 
History of Western Pennsylvania during 
the Revolution 54 

Weston, Massachusetts, Earlv Settlers of. 

West Virginia State ." 69, 75, 76,94 

West Virginia State— Aler. P. Yen 
tory of Martinsburg and Berkeley Counties. 69 

West Virginia State, Archives and History 
Department of, Reports of 69 

West Virginia State— Berkeley County, His- 
tory of 69 

West Virginia Stat.' Charleston, W.Ya... .69,94 

West Virginia State— Dellass. Wills- History 
of Early Settlement and Indian Wars of 
West Virginia 09 

West Virginia IS. and I.aidley, 
W. S., editors. West Virginia Magazine 69 

West Virginia State Historical Magazine 69 

West Virginia State, Indian Wars of— ue 
Del lass 69 

West Virginia State— l^ewis, Virgil- How 
\\ .-st. Virginia was Made 69 

West Virginia State— Lewis, Virgil- State 
Archivist 69 

West Virginia State— Lewis.Virgil— West V ir- 
ginia History 69 

West Virginia State— Mart insburg, West Vir- 
ginia, History of 69 

West Virginia State— Shepherdstown, W.\ 

West Virginia State— Thomas. W.Va 76 

West Virginia State— West Virginia and It- 
People, 3 vols.— See Append i x . 

Weymouth, Mass 33, 87 

Weymouth, Mass.— Historical Collections... 33 

Weymouth, Massachusetts, Historical Sketch 
of, by Gilbert Nash 33 

Weymouth, Mass.— Historical Society Publi- 
cations 33 

Weymouth, Mass.— Wessangusset and Wey- 
mouth— Historical Address by Charles 
Francis Adams, Jr 33 

Weymouth, Mass.— Weymouth in its First 
Thirty Years, by Gilbert Nash 33 

Weymouth, Mass— Weymouth Thirty Years 
Later, by Charles Francis Adams 33 

Wheeler, George Augustus, A.M., M.l> 
History of Cast hie, Penobscot, and Brook s- 
ville, Maine.., 

Wheeler, John H.— Historical Sketches of 
North Carolina from 1684 to 1861 M 

Wheeler, William Ogden, comp., Hanover, 
Morris County, New Jersey, < hurch Mem- 
bers, Marriages and Baptisms 

W heeler, William Ogden, comp., Whippany, 
Morris County, New Jersey, Inscriptions 
on the Tombstones and Monuments in 
t he ( ; ray ey ards at 39 

Whippany, N. J.— Inscriptions on the Tomb- 
stones and Monuments in the Graveyards 
at Whippany and Hanover, New Jersey.. 39 

White, Key. George, M. A.— Historical Col- 
lections of Georgia H 

White, Horace Life of Lyman Trumbull— 
See Appendix. 

White Plains, New York. Wills Recorded at.. 45 

Whitmore, William II.— American Genealog- 
ist, a Catalogue of Family Histories and 
Publications 71 , 103 

Wiewerd in Friesland 40,108 

Wilbur, Pereival Coons Coons family Gene- 
alogical Chart, Palo Alto, California, 1914— 
See Appendix. 

Wilkes Barre, Pa M 

Wilkin, Frac. B., Sketch of, Richard J. Ogfca- 
by — See Appendix. 

Will, Conrad, Art icle on by Dr. J. F. Snyder. . 101 

William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va 
69,118 

William and Mary Quarterly, published by 
the William and Mary College, Virginia 

68,69,115 

Williamsburg, Va 8t, 1 15 



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Williarasburgh. Va.— Orderly Book'of that 
Portion of the American Army Stationed 
at Williamsburg, Virginia, under Command 
of General Andrew Lewis, March 18, 1776 
to August 28, 1776 69, 109 

Williams, (Mrs.) Flora McDonald— The Glen- 
garry, McDonalds of Virginia, with an 
Introductory Sketch of the Early History 
of the Glengarry Clans 88, 89 

Williams, Roger, Descendants of 54 

WilUamson, Joseph — History of the City of 
Belfast, Maine, Vol. I, Vol. II, 1770-1900— 
See Appendix. 

Willington. Conn 71, 100 

Willis Family 101 

See Selden 96 

Willoughby Family 101 

See Selden 96 

Wills.Canterbury, England, 1700 to 1725.... 107 

Wills— Delaware, New Castle County, 1682- 
1800 10 

Wills— Maryland Calendar of Wills, 1635-1685; 
1685-1702; 1703-1713 27 

Wills— New Jersey Wills, Calendar of, 1670- 
1730— see Vol. 23, New Jersey Archives 37 

Wills— New Jersey Wills 1804 to 1830 39 

Wills— New York Citv, Surrogate's Office 
Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1771 40 

Wills — New York— Westchester County, New 
York Wills from 1664 to 1784 45 

Wills— North Carolina — Rowan County, 
North Carolina Wills 47 

Wills— North Carolina WiUs, Abstract of 45 

Wills— Virginia, Spotsylvania County 67 

Wilmington, Del.— Records of Holy Trinity. 
(Old Swedes) Church, Delaware, from 1697 
to 1773 10 

Wilmington, N.C 46 

Wilson, Samuel, comp., Catalogue of Military 
Land Warrants, Granted by the Common- 
wealth of Virginia to Soldiers and Sailors 
of the Revolution 24 

Wilson, Samuel M. — Kentucky's Part in the 
War of 1812 24 

Winchester, Connecticut, Annals and Family 
Records of 9 

Winchester, Va 62 

Wines, Frederick Howard, comp., Descend- 
ants of John Stansbury of Leominster, 1670- 
1895 98 

Winfleld, Charles H.— History of the Town 
of Hudson, New Jersey from its Earliest 
Settlement to the Present Time 38, 39 

Winslow, Edward— Governor Edward Wins- 
low his Part and Place in Plymouth Colony 111 

WLnsor, Justin — History of the Town of Dux- 
bury, Massachusetts, with Genealogical 
Registers 29 

Winston Family 102 

See Selden 96 

Wisconsin State— American Home Missionary 
Society in 70 

Wisconsin State— Buck, James S.— Pioneer 
History of Milwaukee 70 

Wisconsin State— Clary, (Rev.) Dexter— His- 
tory of the Churches and Ministers Con- 
nected with the Presbyterian and Congre- 
gational Convention of Wisconsin and of 
the Operations of the Home Missionary 
Society 70 

Wisconsin State— Columbia County, The 
Family Tree of 70 

Wisconsin State— Elkhorn, WiB 73, 86 

Wisconsin State Historical Commission— Orig- 
inal Paper No. 3 70 

Wisconsin State Historical Society 3,70 

Wisconsin State Historical Society, Collec- 
tions of 70 

Wisconsin State Historical Society, Proceed- 
ings of 70 



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Wisconsin State — Madison, Wis 70 

Wisconsin State — Milwaukee, Pioneer His- 
tory of 70 

Wisconsin State — Milwaukee under the Chart- 

. er from 1S47 to 1853 70 

Wisconsin State— Portage, Wis 70 

Wisconsin State — War of the Rebellion — 
Bibliography of Wisconsin Participation 

in the War between the States 78 

Wisconsin State — Waukesha County, Wiscon- 
sin, Cushing Family of 70 

"Wise. Jennings Cropper— Accawmacke, or 
the Eastern Shore of Virginia in the Seven- 
teenth Century 60 

Wise, Jennings Cropper — Index to Bishop 
Meade's Old Churches, Ministers and Fam- 
ilies of Virginia 65 

Witcraft. J. R.— Virginia Todds 100 

Woburn . Mass 33, 74 

Woburn, Mass. — Records, Births, Deaths and 

Marriages, 1640-1873 33 

Wolcott, Conn.— See Waterbury, Conn 9 

Wolf, (Mrs.) Clara K.— Revolutionary Soldiers 

Buried in Peoria County, list compiled by . . 14 
Women of the American Revolution, "by 

Elizabeth F. Ellet Ill 

Women of the Revolution, by Mrs. C. M. 

Kirkland : HI 

Women — Pioneer Mothers of America 109 

Women — Pioneer Mothers of Illinois, Collec- 
tions of Letters of 13 

Woodbury, Conn. — History of Ancient Wood- 
bury, Connecticut, from the First Indian 

Deed, 1659 to 1854, Etc 6,7,9 

Woodford County, 111.— Soldiers of the War of 
1812, whose Bounty Land Grants were 

Located in Woodford County 16, 19 

Wood, Silas— Sketch of the Town of Hunting- 
ton, Long Island 41 

Woodson Family 91, 102 

See Morton. 
See Randolph. 

Woodstock, Va v . 64 

Woollen, William Wesley — Biographical and 

Historical Sketch of Early Indiana 21 

Woonsocket, R.I 91 

Worcester, Mass 33, 72 

Worcester, Massachusetts, History of, in War 

of the Rebellion 33, 72 

Wormelev Family 102 

See Selden 96 

Worthington, Mass 91 

Wright Family ^ 102 

Wright, T. R. B., comp., Westmoreland 

County, Virginia, History of, 1653-1912.... 68 
Wright, William, comp., Genealogies and 
Pedigrees, Index to, in New England His- 
torical and Genealogical Register for Fifty 

Years, January, 1847 to October, 1896 108 

Wyman. Mary Elizabeth Tisdel, comp., 
Genealogy of the Descendants of Lawrence 
and Mary Antisell of Norwich and Willine- 
'ton, Connecticut, including some Records 

of Christopher Antisell 71, 100 

Wvman, Thomas Bellows— Genealogies and 
Estates of Charlestown, in the County of 
Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, 1629-1818 29 

Y 

Yates, Abner 102 

Yates Family 102 

Yates, John, Descendants of 102 

Yates, Michael, Descendants of 102 

Yates, Richard, Jr., comp., Descendants of 

Michael Yates and his Sons Abner and John 102 
Yates, Richard, Sr., Services to Illinois as 

War Governor, bv Dr. William Jayne 18 

Yohogania County, Va 54 

York County, Me 25 



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Young, Bennett H., comp. Jessamine County, 2 

Kentucky, History of— See Appendix. Zook (or Zug) Family 72 101 l(P 

Young, Richard M., Article on, by Dr. J. F. Zug Family— See Zook Family '."■' ' 10> 

Snyder 102 " 



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Charleston, Mass., read Charlestown, Mass., page 29. 
Douglas, Mass., read Douglass, Mass., page 29. 
Charleston, N. H., read Charlestown, N. H., p. 36. 
Tyron Co., N. Y., read Tryon Co., IN". Y., pages 44-45. 
Wisconsin State Historical Collections, read Vol. I, 1855 to XX, 
1911, page 70.