Hi Troy the beginning time period of your range falls into the pre-1500 initiative here on WikiTree and much falls into the pre-1700s initiative. We have created an annotated pre-1500 source page because many books covering that time period are not reliable and were written by men paid to make a family look like it had noble lines so the first thing to do is look at the sources you are using and recognize some may be highly suspect.
Here is a list of sources on WikiTree's source page that are known to be fraudulent or highly suspect:
- WikiTree free space containing a compilation of known fraudulent family trees and the genealogists that fabricated them.
- Royalty for Commoners, by Roderick W. Stuart. Seemingly authoritative and similar in structure to Magna Carta Sureties and Ancestral Roots, this publication is filled with unproven speculation, and disproved lines. Do not use.
Conversely there are some really good sites like http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ this takes you to the 15th century
the POMs mentioned above are well researched and generally reliable.
http://www.rps.ac.uk/ Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707 Records from 1235, show records in original Latin, French, Scots, and Modern English translation, or both side by side. Browse by reign or use Advanced Search.
I will take a look at your page and see if I know anything else about sources you have listed... just remember for this time period, just because it is a book or in print does not make it true. Fraudulent genealogy was big business then.