Western North Carolina; a history (1730-1913)

Bibliography: p. 5

Creator
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina. Edward Buncombe Chapter, Asheville
Collection
americana
Subject
North Carolina -- History

Perspectives : newsmagazine of the American Historical Association - v. 39, no. 3 (Mar. 2001)

Creator
American Historical Association
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
United States - History - Periodicals

Wilson roots and branches

Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of George Washington Wilson who was born 10 January 1810. He married Julia Ann Hastings 6 November 1836 in Hastings Hill, Stokes County (now Forsyth Co.) North Carolina. They lived in North Carolina and were the parents of ten children. Descendants lived primarily in North Carolina.

Creator
Haven, Doris, 1916-
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Wilson family, Beeson family, Hairston family, Holder family, Motsinger family

Officials and employees of the city of Boston and county of Suffolk with their residences, compensation, etc

Creator
Suffolk County (Mass.)
Collection
additional_collections

Wheeler writings - v.6,no.1 May 1999

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Wheeler families who came mainly from England and Ireland, and settled in Connecticut and Massachusetts in the 1600's. In the 1700's, some emigrated to New Brunswick (Canada), and to Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Virginia. During the 1800's, some moved to Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont, and Wisconsin. Later descendants and relatives also lived in Alberta and Ontario (Canada), and in Alaska, Alabama, California, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Washington, Wyoming, and elsewhere.

Creator
Wilson, Victoria, Kinseeker Publications (Grawn, Michigan)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Wheeler family, Whealer family, Bostwick family

Sub turri = Under the tower : the yearbook of Boston College

Creator
Boston College
Collection
americana
Subject
Boston College

The ways of a worker of a century ago as shown by the diary of Joseph Lye, shoemaker

Creator
Gannon, Fred A., 1881-
Collection
americana
Subject
Lynn (Mass.)

Mary Bartlett Thurston Littlefield, our family genealogy, and the descendants

Daniel Thurston immigrated from England to Newbury, Massachusetts in 1638 and died without issue, leaving his property to his nephew and namesake, Daniel Thurston, who married Anna Pell in 1665. Mary Bartlett (Thurston) Littlefield (1809-1896) was a direc

Creator
Winroth, Gustav T.
Collection
Family History Archive
Subject
Thurston family, Littlefield family, Bartlett family, Eastman family, Sawyer family, Tucker family, Winroth family

The story of old Falmouth

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Creator
Kaler, James Otis, 1848-
Collection
allen_county; americana

Short sketches of the history of the Catholic churches and missions in central Alberta

Creator
Legal, Emile Joseph, 1849-
Collection
kellylibrary; toronto
Subject
Catholic Church, Missions -- Alberta, Alberta -- Church history

The Zurich letters : comprising the correspondence of several English bishops and others : with some of the Helvetian reformers, during the early part of the reign of Queen Elizabeth

Vol. 1. Series 1: 1558-1579. -- v. 2. Series 2: 1558-1602

Creator
Robinson, Hastings, 1792?-1866
Collection
americana
Subject
Reformation

The works of James Pilkington... Edited for the Parker society

52

Creator
Scholefield, James, 1789-1853
Collection
toronto
Subject
Church of England

The Underground railroad

Creator
Still, William, 1821-1902
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Underground railroad, African Americans - History - To 1863

Rev. Christopher Yonges family newsletter : Yonges news - issue 61 (spring 2009)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Yonges (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England and Wales. Many descend from the Welsh Yonges of Brynyorkin and Tudor Trevor. Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors and descendants of Rev. Christopher Yonges (d. 1626), the vicar of the Church of St. Edmunds in Southwold, Suffolk County, England. He married Margaret ca. 1600, and had five children, including Revered John, Captain Joseph, Christopher Jr., and Martha. They first immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts ca. 1638. In 1640, they founded Southold in the County of Suffolk. Southold was the first English colony in the State of New York. They also established the First Presbyterian Church of Southold. Their descendants and other Youngs also lived in Nova Scotia (Canada), and in California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and elsewhere.

Creator
Youngs Family Society (Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants Society), McCabe, Patricia (Patricia Susan Williams)
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Yonges family, Yeounges family, Budd family, Cook family, Cutler family, Darby family, Davis family, Elvin family, Elwin family, Galanti family, Gardner family, Hawkins family, Yeongs family, Hegeman family, Hildreth family, Horton family, Kelly family, Landon family, Lidgerwood family, Marsh family, Meyer family, Moore family, Ogonowsky family, Yong family, Parsons family, Petty family, Smith family, Swezey family, Terry family, Tuthill family, Vail family, Van Water family, Warren family, Wells family, Yonge family, Rev. Christopher Yonges Descendants' Society (Youngs Family Society), Yongs family, Young family, Youngs family, Younges family, Brown family

Wordens past : newsletter of the Worden Family Association - v. 25, no. 3 (Nov. 2004)

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Worden (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Many are traced to the hamlet of Werden in Lancashire, England. Others came from neighboring villages and townships of Clayton, Leyland, Preston, and Penworthamand. Some immigrated to Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont in the 1600's. In the 1700s, some settled in Quebec (Canada), and Dominica (British Caribbean), and in Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. During the 1800s, some moved to New Brunswick and Ontario (Canada), and to Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, and elsewhere.

Creator
Worden Family Association, Worden, Patricia Carter
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Worden family, Warden family, Woorden family, Wordan family, Wordein family, Wordin family, Wording family, Wordon family, Worten family, Worthen family, Worton family, Bahn family, Wardin family, Benedict family, Chapman family, Farrington family, Farington family, Graham family, Holley family, Schunke family, Tempest family, Toffey family, Winslow family, Wardon family, Warthen family, Werden family, Werdon family, Wooden family, Woodin family, Woodon family

Nuestra herencia : a Hispanic Genealogical Society of New York publication - v. 9, no. 2 (spring/summer 2006)

Creator
Fort, Debbie Figueroa, Hispanic Genealogical Society of New York
Collection
Family History Archive - Serials - Copyright Protected
Subject
Hispanic Americans - Genealogy - Periodicals, Puerto Rican families - United States - Periodicals

Nicholas Clark and his descendants

Nicolas Clark (ca.1801-ca.1843) emigrated from Ireland to Cecil County, Maryland, and married Margaret Ann Little in 1831. Descendants lived in Maryland, New Jersey, New York and elsewhere.

Creator
England, C. Walter (Charles Walter), 1899-
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Clark family, England family, Gamble family, Mauldin family, McDowell family, Remmey family, Trimble family

Jordan Milam (Milum) and the descendants of his son, John Milam

Jordan Milam (Milum) (1750-1851) moved from Virginia to South Carolina, married Mary Peacock, and then moved to Tennessee and Arkansas. Descendants lived in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Washington and elsewhere.

Creator
Hockey, Eunice Chandler
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Milam family, Baughman family, Chandler family, Keef family, Rowlett family, Starkey family, Jackson family, Milam, Jordan, 1750-1851, Milum, Mary Peacock

Journal of the ... Delegated General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Merged with: Methodist Episcopal Church, South. General Conference. Journal, and: Methodist Protestant Church. General Conference. Journal, to form: Methodist Church (U.S.). Uniting Conference. Journal of the General Conference of the Methodist Church

Creator
Methodist Episcopal Church. General Conference
Collection
carli_lib
Subject
Methodist Church

Le Brun : a compilation of the descendants of Julius "Jules" Brown Jr., an immigrant from Ireland to America : and the following related families: Calhoun, Hair, Jackson, Lassater, Ledbetter, Mc Kenzie, Mc Neely, Pruitt, Summerlin, Thornhill

Julius "Jules" Brown, Jr. was probably born in County Armagh, Ireland, between 1790 and 1800, perhaps the son of Julius Brown. He immigrated to America and settled first in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He later migrated to Abbeville District, South Carolina. He and his wife, Molly Buchanan, had several children. Their son, George Mc Duffie Brown (1820-1899), ws born in Abbeville district. He marred Martha Mariah Calhoun (1831-1895), daughter of John Ewing and Sarah Speed Calhoun, in 1849 in Abbeville County, South Carolina. They had eight children, 1853-1873. The family migrated to Spring Place, Murray County, Georgia, ca. 1856 and to Texas in 1879. George and Martha Brown are buried in the Bethel Cemetery, Franklin County, Texas. Record chiefly follows line of descent to the author, Kenneth Bryson Brown and his family. He was born in 1934 at Plainview, Hale County, Texas, the son of George Bryson Brown (1912-1954) and Pauline Amerilia Thronill Brown (b. 1915). He married Naomi Louis Nisewanger in 1952 at Oakland, California. They had a son born in 1954. They were divorced in 1959. He married 2) Lea Joyce Schulze. They moved to Sacramento, California and adopted two children, born 1962-1966.

Creator
Brown, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Bryson), 1934-
Collection
Family History Archive - Copyright Protected
Subject
Brown family, Lassiter family, Thornhill family, Hair family, Calhoun family, Jackson family