History of the Wright Family - William H. Wright and Gertrude W. Ketcham. This thorough genealogy was researched and compiled over a ten year period. The Wright family members chronicled in these pages are the descendants of Samuel Wright (1722–1789) of Lenox, Massachusetts, including his lineage back to Thomas Wright (1610–1670) of Wethersfield, Connecticut, who came from England circa 1640. In addition, the direct line of Thomas Wright is traced back to John Wright (d. 1551), the English Lord
Smallwood and Carter Connections to Family Histories and Royalty. Featuring the Ancestors of Elmer Eugene Smallwood (husband) and Jean Marie Carter (wife) - Jean (Carter) Smallwood. This impressive genealogical work contains a remarkable amount of research, listing over 7000 individuals and 1700 surnames. The Royalty Chapter includes connections of selected names to numerous kings and queens, featuring lengthy data for Emperor Charlemagne
Blackford Genealogy, 1640-1997 - Delores Crews. Samuel Blackford was born ca 1640/50. This book traces his descendants from his wife Ann Smally/Munday and some of their children: Daniel (married Ruth Hull), Anne (married Benjamin Manning and Isaac Drake), Providence (married Peter Runyon), and John, Sr. (married Ruth Sutton). Most of the book deals with the descendants of John's sons: John, Jr. (married Hannah Martin), Nathaniel (married Frances LaForce/LaForge and Mary Daniels), and Jeremi
The Colonial Montgomery Family of Eglinton, Monmouth County, New Jersey: And Descendants of David Clark Montgomery (1831-1923) of Little Creek, Delaware Including the family lines of Arthurs, Buckson, Carson, Hendrickson, Hood, Keith, Marland, Martindale, Melson, Montgomery, Mousley, Muncy, Pleasanton, Stark and Sullivan. - Cathy Jones Kyle. The descendants of David Clark Montgomery have
Descendants Of Jacob George Wickline And Maria Catharine Spahr - Margureitte Flack Ratliff and Jane Green Volckmann. The compilers of this massive work have attempted to find and record as many of the descendants of Jacob Georg Wickline (b. 1750 in New Hanover, PA) and Maria Catharine Spahr as possible. The final result of many years of devoted research has produced over 15,000 descendants of Johann George Wicklein (Jacob's father) plus their spouses, in all nearly 30,000 people,
The Welborn Families of the Old Granville Region of North Carolina: A Study of the Multiple Welborns living in the Northern North Carolina Counties before 1850 - Paul Rowland Julian. The primary objective of this work is to distinguish the multiple Welborns arriving in the Old Granville District of North Carolina before 1800 and to assign the Christian-named descendants to their proper families. The contents of these pages will help resolve some of the confusion of the genealogy of this relative
This comprehensive genealogy covers the historical aspects of the Janes family name and follows the family from 1610 to 1865. It follows the descendants of William Janes through nine generations. The author gives “a simple line of narrative of the descendants of William Janes, following down through the different generations in the several branches, describing more or less minutely the character of persons whose names are well known to the public
This book tells the story of John Zimmermann and Eva Katherine Kellenbenz and how they succeeded in their dreams in America. The story begins in the state of Württemberg, in southern Germany, where their ancestors had lived in small towns for more than 400 years. Both towns were a few miles east of Stuttgart, although the Kellenbenz and Zimmermann families did not know each other in Germany. American Dreams is divided into three parts. Part I, with two chapters, is about the European origin of t
The goal of this work is to help Youtsey descendants connect to their family roots. It is a compilation of information pertaining to Youtsey families living in the United States, which spans more than 250 years. This study begins with the immigrant Johann Peter Youtsey in 1744. He settled in Frederick County, Maryland, and is the progenitor of the Maryland line. The Maryland and main body of the Youtsey family is substantial, etc...
John Jay was dedicated to the cause of American independence, and is best remembered for his notable accomplishments during his career as a public official. This book examines the challenges faced by John Jay during the last years of his life with particular attention given to the qualities in his character that enabled him to achieve success not only as a public official, but also in his retirement, and his ability to persevere, etc...
The Griner/Flanders Family - Maxine Ellis Griner. The patriarchs of these family lines in America are Johann Caspar Greiner (b.1685 in Austria) and William Flaunders (born in England). Marriage between the families connected the two lines in the 19th century. 1997, 5½x8½, paper, index, 124 pp. 101- G9656 ISBN: 0788406566
Freeman Families of New England in the 17th and 18th Centuries: Volume 3 - Robert R. Freeman. This three-volume series follows the Freemans of the Greater New England area from their first arrival from the British Isles in 1630, through the early days of colonization and westward expansion, until the end of the eighteenth century. This account of Freeman families includes individuals with the Freeman surname and those directly related by marriage who were either born in Greater New England or ..
Freeman Families of New England in the 17th and 18th Centuries: Volume 2 - Robert R. Freeman. This three-volume series follows the Freemans of the Greater New England area from their first arrival from the British Isles in 1630, through the early days of colonization and westward expansion, until the end of the eighteenth century. This account of Freeman families includes individuals with the Freeman surname and those directly related by marriage who were either born in Greater New England or ..
Bossards, Bozards, and Buzzards: The Descendants of Phillip Bossard Who Landed in Philadelphia September 30, 1740 and Settled in Hamilton Township, Pennsylvania - Mary Smith Jackson. . Johannes Phillip Bossard was born in 1706, possibly in Alsace-Lorraine. At the age of thirty-four, he boarded the Samuel and Elizabeth in Rotterdam and arrived in Philadelphia on September 30, 1740. He settled on a plantation in Cherry Valley (now Hamilton Township, Pennsylvania) with his wife, Eva Catherine. They
The Rowell Family of New England and Their English Origins, 1560-1900: Descendants of Thomas Rowell 1594-1662 - William Haslet Jones. Reveals the English origins of Thomas Rowell and his son Valentine, original proprietors of Salisbury, MA, and presents 10 generations of the Rowell family in New England from 1638 to 1900. (1996), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 346 pp. J0421 ISBN: 0788404210
History and Genealogy of the Jewetts of America - Frederic C. Jewett. In this massive, two-volume set, eleven generations are traced from Edward Jewett of Bradford, England, including his two emigrant sons, Deacon Maximilian and Joseph Jewett, settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts, c1639. Abraham and John Jewett, early settlers of Rowley (who probably were nephews of Maximilian and Joseph), Jewetts who have settled in the United States since the year 1800, and Jewetts in the army or navy are also in
Wright Family Records: Botetourt County, Virginia: Birth, Marriage, and Personal Property Tax Records - Robert N. Grant. The author has amassed a bounty of information about Wrights in southern Virginia. This volume contains appendices to Sorting Some of the Wrights of Southern Virginia: Birth Records, 1853 to 1896; Marriage Records, 1769 to 1913; and, Personal Property Tax Lists, 1782 to 1850. These appendices present source records for persons named Wright by county
Daniel Trubey of Franklin County, Pennsylvania: The First Four Generations - Alycon Trubey Pierce. This Trubey family traces its American beginnings to a soldier bought and brought from Germany by England to assist the British in quelling the rebellious Colonials during what is known on this side of the Atlantic as the American Revolution. Daniel Trubey (or Truby or Drube), born in 1750 in Ostuffeln, Germany, served with the von Bose Regiment which met defeat at Yorktown in 1781.
Postle(s) In America, Volume 1: A preliminary survey of Possels/Postal/ Postel/ Poostell/ Postels/ Postill/ Postle(s)/ Postly/ Postol, with emphasis placed on Delaware & Ohio Families. Revised Edition - Martha A. Montgomery & Joanne V. (Lewis) Thomas. This genealogy begins with Thomas Postle who was born about 1700, presumably in England, and settled in Sussex County, Delaware. This surname also appears frequently as Postal or Postel, and other variations. This work traces the descendants of Tho
The Sweet-Jaynes and Related Families of Michigan - Celina Sweet-Vert-Salvador. Peleg Sweet, bc1815 in New York & d1865 in Michigan, married Lucy Wells and had several children including Willard David and Lydia; descendants are carried through to present day. The Jaynes family begins with Joseph, b1764 in New York & d1865 in Ontario, who married Elizabeth Spencer and had one child, William. Jaynes descendants are also followed to present day. Numerous allied families are included, about fifty, w
Those Roving Rittgers, Volume 1 - Joyce Rorabaugh. John A. Rittgers immigrated from Prussia around 1795 to escape the turmoil of war there, married Catherine Comer and settled in the area of what is now Luray, Virginia, staying there until 1816, at which time he and his family moved to central Ohio. John and Catherine produced nine children, and these form the second of nine generations
Jean (John) Gaston of France - Betty J. Carson. This book is a rich, historical compilation of the prominent Gaston family from many sources. It includes several files from major researchers as well as the author’s addition of wills and pictures. Major researchers include Betty J. Carson, Linda Hull, and Robert Brice Land. It is a history of Jean (John) Gaston and his descendants. It is also a history of many of the intermarried families who fought and died in the Revolution ...
Wooley Twigs and Branches with Related Families - Doris May Durbin Wooley. The surname of Wooley was a locational name “of Wolley,” a spot in Berkshire and a small place in County Devon. The Wooley lines are so extensive that it is hard to separate some of the interwoven families. The name is also spelled Woolley and Wooley. Individual chapters are devoted to the genealogies of Ralph Dewolegh (listing 6236 descendants for twenty-eight generations), William Wooley