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Index to Alabama Wills – 1808 – 1870

Index to Alabama Wills – 1808 – 1870, Alabama Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, Edwards Bros. Inc, 1955

Includes: Will index for Alabama counties, dates and locations for county records.


Souther Family History – 1988

Souther Family History by W. B. Dyer, 1988, first printing 1972, second printing 1988.

Includes: Nathaniel Souther – Plymouth, Massachusetts – 1635 -1645, Henry Souther – Culpepper County, Virginia 1712 – 1784 and their descendants. Many maps, documents and photos included.

The Heraldry of the Hamiltons

The Heraldry of the Hamiltons with notes on all the males of the family, descriptions of Arms, Plates and Pedigrees by G. Harvey Johnston, W. & A. K. Johnston, Ltd., Edinburgh and London, 1909.

Weaver, Utz, Folg, Clore, Yager, Blakenbaker, & Wilhoit Families

Before Germanna #10

Before Germanna: #4 – American Genealogical Lending Library, Gary L. Zimmerman and John Cerny – January 1990, Lineages, Inc.

Includes: The Weaver, Utz and Folg Families – The Second Germanna Colony of Virginia, The Ancestry of Peter Weaver, The Ancestry of the Utz and Volk Families of Huffenhardt, Baden, Revised Constituency of the Second Germanna Colony.

Germanna Record #7

Germanna Record #7 – Outpost of Adventure – 1714 – 1956, Germanna Record #7, John W. Wayland, Reprinted January 1989, Drawings and Photos by Charles Herbert Huffman, Published by The Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, Inc.

Includes: detailed history of the Germanna communities from Scott’s History to Germantown, 11 chapters including maps and photos.

Germanna Record #10

The Germanna Record: #10 – April 1967 (First Printing) – January 1979 (Second Printing), Official Publication of the Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia Inc. Charles Herbert Huffman, Editor.

Includes: The Clore Family in America – 1, 2, 3, 4 Generations & 1850 Census, The Yager Families in Germanna – 1, 2, 3, 4 Generations, The Utz Family in Germanna – 1, 2, 3, 4 Generations.

Germanna Record – #13

The Germanna Record #13 October 1971 (first printing), February 1982 (second printing), Official Publication of the Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, Inc.

Includes: The Blankenaker Family, Descendants of Peter Weaver, The Immigrant, The First Four Generations of the Without-Wilhite Family in America.



List of Emigrants to America from Liverpool – 1697-1707
Reprinted from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 64, 65, Boston, 1913

Includes apprentices, servants and others sent to the Americas from Liverpool, England.

Our Early Emigrant Ancestors – The Original Lists of Persons of Quality: Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations 1600-1700. With their ages, the localities where they formally lived in the mother country, the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars.

From MSS Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty’s Public Record Office, England. Edited by John Camden Hotten, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., 1962, Reprinted from Second Edition, New York, 1880.

Ommiteed Chapters – Hotten

Ommitted Chapters of Our Early Emigrant Ancestors Additional Census Returns, Parish Registers and Militia Rolls from the Barbados Census 1679/1680. Edited by James C. Brandow

Includes: information on over 6,000 landowners, servants, freedmen and slaves in Barbados.


Reunion of the 9th Indiana Infantry

Reunion of the 9th Indiana Veterans Volunteer Infantry Association – Including Annual Reunions and Proceesings 9 – 18, 1892 – 1904


History of the Ojibway People – 1885/2009

History of the Ojibway People by William W. Warren, 2nd Edition, First printing 1885 by the Minnesota Historical Society. Edited by Theresa Schenck, Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2009.

Includes: 1885 history written by William W. Warren on the Ojibway “Chippewa” people of the Great Lakes Region.

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee – Spirit of the Lakota

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee – Spirit of the Lakota by Renee Sansom Flood, Scribner, 1995.

Includes the historical account of the life of Zintkala Nuni, Lost Bird of Wounded Knee as well as her parents, Clara and General Colby in Beatrice, Nebraska. Many references to the efforts by Clara Colby towards the Women’s Suffrage movement in the early 1900’s.


Port Arrivals & Immigrants to the City of Boston

Port Arrivals & Immigrants to the City of Boston: 1715 – 1716 & 1762-1769, Compiled under the direction of William H. Whitmore, first printing 1900, second printing with reconstructed index by Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, 1973.

Includes Ship names, dates, names and other passenger information and notes.


History of Gage County, Nebraska – Dobbs – 1918

History of Gage County, Nebraska – Hugh J. Dobbs, 1918 – Western Publishing and Engraving, Lincoln, Nebraska

Includes: 31 chapters of Gage County History.

History of Seward County, Nebraska – Waterman – 1916

History of Seward County, Nebraska – John H. Waterman, 1916 by John H Waterman

Includes: history from the first days of settlement to 1916.

Portrait and Biographical Album – Gage County

Portrait and Biographical Album – Gage County, Nebraska containing Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens of the County Together With Portraits and Biographies of all the Governors of the State and the Presidents of the United States, Chapman Borthers, Chicago, 1888.

Includes: illustrations and extensive history from settlement to 1888.

School History of Nebraska – 1920

School History of Nebraska: Based on the History of Nebraska by J. Sterling Morton & Albert Watkins, Edited by James A. Beattie, Western Publishing and Engraving Company, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1920.

Includes: Nebraska Territorial History through World War I, many photos and illustrations.


Historical Sketches of North Carolina – 1964

Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 1584 – 1851 Compiled from Original Records, Official Documents and Traditional Statements with Biographical Sketches of Her Distinguished Statesmen, Jurists, Lawyers, Soldiers, Divines, etc. by John Hill Wheeler, Late Treasurer of the State, Two Volumes in One, First printing Philadelphia 1851, Second printing New York 1925, Baltimore Regional Publishing Company, 1964 (third printing).


History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina

History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina by George Howe, D. D. Prepared by Order of the Synod of South Carolina, Vol. II, W. J. Duffie, Columbia, South Carolina, Walker, Evans and Cogswell, Printers, Charleston, South Carolina, 1883.

Includes: history of the church from first settlement to 1883.

History of South Carolina – Heritage Series

Ramsay’s History of South Carolina, Heritage Series – First Settlement 1670 – 1808 – Vol. 1 & 2 by David Ramsay, M. D., W. J. Duffie, Newberry, South Carolina, 1858

Includes: civil and military history of first settlement to 1808.

The Scotch-Irish in South Carolina

The Scotch-Irish and their Settlements on the Tyger River and Other Neighboring Precincts in South Carolina, A Centennial Discourse Delivere at Nazareth Church, Spartanburg District, South Carolina, September 14, 1861 by George Howe, D. D., Southern Guardian Steam-Power Press, 1861.

Includes: history of the Scotch-Irish on the Tyger River in 1760 and after.


The Overmountain Men – Early Tennessee History – 1970

The Overmountain Men – Early Tennessee History – 1760 – 1795 by Pat Alderman, The Overmountain Press, Johnson City, Tennessee, 1970

Includes: The Overmountain Men, The Heroic Hour at Kings Mountain, The Cumberland Decade, The State of Franklin, The Southwest Territory, many images and illustrations. 62 Chapters in all.

The Scenic Resources – Tennessee Valley – 1938

The Scenic Resources of the Tennessee Valley – 1938, Tennessee Valley Authority, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington

Includes: the 1934-1937 surveys from Department of Regional Planning Studies, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Alabama State Planning Boards, WPA Federal Writers Project, Agricultural Extension Office, U. S. Forest Service & National Park Service.


Albemarle County in Virginia – 1901

Albemarle County in Virginia by Rev. Edgar Woods, The Michie Company Printers, Charlotteville, Virginia, 1901.

Includes: extensive early history of Albemarle County.

The Hebron Communion Lists

The Hebron Communion Lists: Communion Lists of the Hebron Lutheran Church with Index 1775-1812, Madison, Virginia by John Blankenbaker, 2001

Includes: Hebron Lutheran Church Communion Lists – 1775-1812.