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Date: 2018
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Genealogies

  1. Barr, Rev. William B., "History of the Barr Family," Press of Brown & Whitaker, Hamilton, Ohio: 1901. Digital Version by Google Books.
  2. Carlisle, Nicholas, "Collections for a History of the Ancient Family of Bland," 1826. Digital Version by Google Books
  3. Boyd, William, "History of the Boyd Family and Descendants," John P. Smith Printing Co., Rochester, N.Y.: 1912. Digital Version by Google Books.
  4. Douglas, J. Lufkin, "The Descendants of John Douglas of Middleborough, Massachusetts, the First of this Branch in America," Sentinel and Times Publishing, Bath, Maine: 1890. Digitized by Google.
  5. Malone, M. L. (1985). The southern Heard family. West Monroe, La. (205 Gilbert Street, West Monroe 7129: Malone).
  6. Kersh, Ralph and Niles-Rouleau, V. Lyn, "The Wolfe Pack: A Directory, Genealogy and Source Book of Wolfe Family Records (Wolf, Woolf)," PDF. Family History Library, Salt Lake City: 1988.
  7. Boyds: https://archive.org/details/historyboydfami00boydgoog/page/n13?q=Boyd+family+Virginia

Sources

Place Names

  1. Long, John. Atlas of Historical County Boundaries Online database, Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois: accessed 26 December 2019.

New Jersey

  1. Adelberg, Michael S., "The American Revolution in Monmouth County : the theatre of spoil and destruction," ISBN 978.1.61423.263.6. The History Press, Charleston, S.C.: 2010.
  2. The Old Middletown Town Book 1667 to 1700; The Records of Quaker Marriages at Shrewsbury 1667 to 1731, The Burying Grounds of Old Monmouth compiled by Stillwell, John E. New York, 1906.

Pennsylvania

  1. Baewer, Mary A. "Adventures in Colonial America: Volume 6: Pennsylvania: The Cornerstone of Independence," ASIN B00ZDDRWKK. Amazon Digital Services: 2015.
  2. Wiley, Samuel T, "Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia of Delaware County, Pennsylvania," (Richmond, IN, and New York: Gersham Pub. Co., 1894), ed. by Winfield Scott Garner, contrib. by Samuel T. Wiley ( PDF at delawarecountyhistory.com; 104 MB).
  3. "An account of the Gospel labours, and Christian experiences of a faithful minister of Christ, John Churchman, late of Nottingham in Pennsylvania, deceased." (Philadelphia: Printed by Joseph Crukshank, on the north side of Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets., MDCCLXXIX. [1779]), by John Churchman and Falls Monthly Meeting (Society of Friends) (HTML at Evans TCP)
  4. "A History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and its People," (3 volumes in 1; New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1914), ed. by John W. Jordan (PDF at delawarecountyhistory.com)
  5. Lee, F. B. (1983). Genealogical and personal memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey. (Genealogical and Local History Collection, CCF 91111.) Sanford, North Carolina: Microfilming Corporation of America.
  6. Harris, Alexander. A biographical history of Lancaster County: being a history of early settlers and eminent men of the county; as also much other unpublished historical information, chiefly of a local character. (Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Elias Barr & Co., 1872) digital image, Digital Archive.


Compilations of Sources

Newspapers/Obituaries

Surname Research

Genealogy Records & Family Trees


Digitized Books: Genealogies and County Histories





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