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Saturday, April 18, 2015

100th Anniversary of the Marking of the Daniel Boone Trail in Cumberland Gap, KY

We are excited to share our plans and confirm that President General Lynn Forney Young will be in attendance! Daughters from three other states will join us for this special event June 12th and 13th, 2015.

We will begin our bus trip in Fayetteville, NC the morning of June 12th, traveling westward along I-40 aboard Cross Country Coach.  We’ll make stops in Hillsborough, Winston-Salem, Hickory, and Asheville gathering Daughters along the way.  We’ll make a quick stop for lunch and then we’re off to Middlesboro, KY.

On Friday evening, June 12th, we will hold a reception at the Pine Mountain State Resort Park’s CV Whitney Conference Center, a wonderful venue and one in which we are proud to host our President General.  From the venue, you can see beautiful Cumberland Gap!  Daughters form North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Kentucky will gather to make this an evening to remember.


The reception will be followed by a delicious buffet dinner of roasted round of beef or herb roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, and seasonal vegies.  Dessert options include a choice of Chocolate Cake or Peach Cobbler. We are exploring a vegetarian option, as well.

The morning of June, 13th, we’ll gather at 9:30 am at Cumberland Gap Visitor’s Center for the Centennial Ceremony.  Afterward, the President General and State Regents will  lay a wreath at the four state marker, which is about a 20 minute walk from the Visitor’s Center.  Those not wishing to attend that portion of the ceremony can enjoy activities at the Visitor’s Center, as they are also hosting the Cumberland Gap Genealogy Jamboree that day.
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This short 2 day trip allows our daughters the opportunity to represent DAR for a once in a lifetime event. No doubt, lots of photos will be taken! Not only will you enjoy fun and fellowship, you’ll have the opportunity to host the President General at this wonderful centennial celebration.
 
Cost to reserve the bus trip and dinner is $105, due now.  (The bus registration form is attached.) due on or before May 3rd at State Conference. The cost for your room is not included in this amount.

You will need to reserve your room directly with the Holiday Inn Express. To reserve your room, speak to Kim (606) 248-6860.. If you have a specific person with whom you wish to room, be sure to let me know on your registration.
We must have 50 NC Daughters attend in order to utilize the Cross Country Coach service for this great rate.  Cost per member for the bus and the dinner is $105. You will pay the hotel directly for your room. Of course, you’ll also be responsible for snacks and meals on the way there and back, but the rate is very affordable to encourage as many NC Daughters as possible attend. 
We are going to have a great “once in a lifetime” trip. And, the photos we take will be the ones your great-granddaughters admire 100 years from now. What a legacy we are leaving form them!
That being said, please consider joining us for a fun filled, quick trip. Be sure to share this information with your chapter, friends, and family.  I look forward to seeing you on the bus!


Sincerely,

Loretta Husky Cozart
CFO and VP of Customer Relations
CC Communications, Inc.
704-749-1574 Phone
704-543-9886 Fax
lhcozart@cccom.com

Peggy Carney Troxell
NCSDAR State Regent
141 East King Street
Hillsborough, NC 27278-2570
(919) 644-8372

Monday, April 13, 2015

April 8, 2015 Brunswick Town DAR Meeting Held at The Reserve Golf Club in St. James Plantation

The Brunswick Town Chapter members and guests all enjoyed themselves at the Awards Meeting on April 8th, which
 was held in the Sun Room at the Reserve Golf Club in St. James Plantation, Southport, NC.
























Brunswick Town DAR Chaplain, Diane Kuebert installing new member Brooke Triplett along with Regent Jackie Craft.


Regent, Jackie Craft presented a certificate to Nora Hickam,
for being a DAR  member for 30 years. Nora is also a  member of the Daughters of 1812, Colonial Dames 17th Century, Dames Court of Honor.

Congratulations Nora!!!
L to R: Dianna Conaty,  Cheryl McGuire,  Don HIll, and 
Regent, Jackie Craft 
Cheryl and Don are receiving the Community Service Award for their work with Operation At Ease at St. James Plantation in Southport, NC. 


Operation At Ease is an organization that provides weekend vacation for Service Members of all branches.  Through volunteer efforts, families are given a condo or home, lots of activities, all meals are prepared for them, and they can spend a weekend relaxing at St. James, at the beach, and at our clubs. This organization is in need of volunteers.(Contact Cheryl at mrsmacsjp@ec.rr.com or Don at worton@atmc.net )


Regent, Jackie Craft presented Stacy Bennett a senior from Brunswick Early College High School with the Good Citizens Award

There were three young ladies that were selected to receive the Good Citizens Award. They were;  Stacy Bennett, a senior from Brunswick Early College High School and Callie Hucks from West Brunswick High School. Callie was the overall winner in all categories. Jessica Aguilar from North Brunswick High School was unfortunately unable to attend the awards assembly. Stacy  and Jessica received $100 each and the overall winner Callie received $125.



Regent, Jackie Craft and Good Citizen Over All Winner, Callie Hucks from West Brunswick High School


L-R  Connie Hendrix, sponsor of Dianna Suttle, Helen Radcliffe and her sponsor Norma Eckard.  Our newest applicants, voted at the meeting.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Brunswick Town Chapter has a New Web Site

Brunswick Town Chapter



Brunswick Town DAR Chapter has a new website. Ann Shaddock, our Voluntary Information Specialist, (VIS) for North Carolina designed the web site. Jackie Craft and her committee members helped gather information and pictures. Thank you Carol Jutte for wearing that beautiful period dress at one of our Naturalization Ceremonies in Southport, North Carolina. On the right side of the blog under Websites click on Brunswick Town Chapter website and it take you directly to our new site.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Amos Terrill, Private, 2nd Regiment, Essex Co Militia

Amos Terrill, Private, 2nd Regiment, Essex Co Militia
Served under Capt. Samuel Pierson and Capt. Matthias Lyons



B. 1745, Elizabeth, NJ
D. July 13, 1802, Rahway, NJ
Wife: Mary

One of the larger and yet often forgotten battles of the Revolutionary War was the Battle of Springfield on June 23, 1780.  Together with the Battle of Connecticut Farms on June 7, 1780, Springfield marked the last significant effort of the British in New Jersey and the northern theater to destroy Washington's army. The winter of 1779-1780 was the most brutal of the war. 

Elizabeth, NJ: Today the battlefield is not particularly legible; one follows the route along suburban highways and notes the signs and plaques.  On Morris Avenue, where significant action occurred in the area of the Presbyterian Church, a shopping center and parking lot cover a large portion of the field.

Active service under Capt. Pierson, Feb. 17 – Apr. 7, 1777.
Active service under Capt. Lyon Jun.14 - Jul. 13, 1780.
Amos at the Battles: Connecticut Farms, NJ, June 7, 1780 and Springfield, NJ, June 23, 1780

Amos’s great grandfather Roger Terrill was born in England, came to America in 1634. Roger Terrill was one of the founders of Milford, Connecticut in 1639. Amos Terrill is my 7th Great-Grandfather.

Submitted by:
Carol A. Campbell Jutte

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Peggy Carney Troxell's Tea


The General Davie Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution cordially invited all DAR members to attend an Afternoon Tea honoring North Carolina State Regent.

2012-2015

Wednesday, the first of April, Two-thousand fifteen,Two until four o'clock

John Sprint Hill House
900 South Duke Street
Durham, NC 27707
Hostesses were Linda Hester and Fran Ferrell


The John Sprint House



DAR State Officers 2012-2015


Carol Jutte, Lisa Pomeranz, Peggy Troxell, Gwen Causey, Nora Hickam and Pat Elsaesser

News from DAR Brunswick Town Chapter Regent, Jackie Craft







SLATE OF OFFICERS FOR 2015-2017


The nominating committee presented the slate of officers at the March meeting and we will vote at the April meeting. They are as follows:
Regent:  Diane Kuebert
Vice Regent:  Carol Jutte
Chaplain:  Kathy Miller
Recording Secretary:  Lynn Deen
Corresponding Secretary:  Lynn Deen
Treasurer:  Nancy Mazzei
Registrar:  Cindy Sellers
Historian:  Pat Gooding
Librarian:  Diane Price
  
Vicki Kay, DAR Magazine Chair

AMERICAN SPIRIT

Great News! We have attained the Bronze Level in 2014 for “Spread the American Spirit” magazine subscription contest. Two years in a row! Special ribbons will be attached to badges of the ladies attending Continental Congress in June.
Check if it is time to renew your subscription!  The following website is where you can place your order or renewal for the magazine and, for $18 a year you will receive 6 issues of a wonderful and informative magazine:


CONSTITUTION MOMENT

     Our Constitution Question at the March meeting was “Which branch of Congress is designated by the Constitution as having the ‘power of the purse’?  The winner was Ella Ruth Maugans with the answer - The House of Representatives.

CHECK OUT OUR BLOG SITE AND
WEBSITES
     As you know from a Regent Note our chapter website has been updated.  Thanks to Phyllis Wilson for the collection of pictures.  Check it out!!

Our Chapter Website








National Website

NC WEBSITES
NC State Public Website


Our Chapter Facebook Page

NC State Facebook Page


Honor Your DAR Patriot
By Jane DelRosso-Freach

        Send a brief bio and tombstone photo of your patriot for Brunswick Town Chapter members to read. Submit your information and JPEG photo via email to Jane at qukee@hotmail.com.  Check out the blog and see what Jane has posted from a member.


President General’s Blog

Check out our PG’s blog. View Lynn Young’s blog and subscribe so that you can receive her messages several times per month. Go to http://members.dar.org and click on President General’s Message.  In the message you will see “subscribe” click that and follow the directions. 

Monday, March 30, 2015

Brunswick town Chapter Library updated March 2015

National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution
Brunswick Town Chapter Library
2014-2015

BOOKS:

Africa, J. Simpson. The History of Blair and Huntingdon Counties Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1883. (Diane Price)
Aheron, Piper Peters. Gastonia and Gaston County, N.C. 2001. (Martha Koletar)
Alderman, Pat, Publisher. The Over Mountain Men-Battle of Kings Mountain Cumberland Decade, State of Franklin Southwest Territory. The Overmountain Press. 1970. (Martha Koletar)

Alexander, J.B., MD. The History of Mecklenburg County from 1740-1900. Heritage Books. Copyright 1902, Index Copyright 1996. (Martha Koletar)

Anderson, George Baker. Landmarks of Rensselaer County. New York: D. Mason & Co., Publishers, 1897. (Betsy Pessetto)

Ashe, Samuel A. Court. The History of N.C., Vol. 1, From 1584 to 1783. Charles L. Van Noppen. 1908. (Martha Koletar)
Bailey, J.D. Commanders at Kings Mountain. A Press, Inc. Greenville, S.C. 1980. (Martha Koletar)
Barber, Adin, revised by McNeill, Nancy Barber and Hanks, Louis Franklin. The Hanks Family of Virginia and Westward. Spokane, WA: Arthur H. Clark Publishers, 2004. (Jackie Craft)
Bauer, A. Patricia McKee. The McKees of Virginia and Kentucky. Heritage Books, Inc. C1993. (Martha Koletar)
Bell, Robert. The Book of Ulster Surnames. 1988, reprinted 1990, 1994, 1997. (Martha Koletar)
Blair, John F. Voices of the American Revolution in the Carolinas. Edited by Ed Southern 2009 Pub. (Martha Koletar)
Boyer, Carl. Ship Passenger Lists: National and New England 1600-1825. Westminster, MD: Heritage Books, 2008. (Roni Roberti)
Browne, William B. Genealogy of the Jenks Family of America, Part 1 & Part 2 Index. NH: Rumford, Press, 1952. (Betsy Pessetto)
Burke, Ashworth P. Family Records. New York: Heraldic Publishing Company, Inc., 1965 (Carol Jutte)
Burke, Davis. The Civil War Strange and Fascinating Facts. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Wilson, 1960. (Joan Lydia Hall)
Bynum, Curtis. Abstract, Index. Marriage Bonds of Tryon & Lincoln Counties. Lincoln Historical Society. 1929, reprinted 1996, 2012. (Martha Koletar)
Carmonde, Sharon De Bartolo and Erin Nevins, Eds. Family Tree Resource Book for Genealogists, The Essential Guide to American County and Town Resources. Family Tree Pub. Co., 2004. (Diane Price)
Colket, Meredith B. Founders of Early American Families. Cleveland, OH: The General Court of the Order of Founders and Patriots of America, 1985. (Roni Roberti)
Crandall, Ralph J. Shaking your Family Tree: A Basic Guide to Tracing your Family's Genealogy. Boston, MA: New England Historic and Genealogical Society, 2001. (Roni Roberti)
DAR Patriot Index,  2003. (Nora Hickam)
Davis, Anita Price. New Deal Art in N.C. McFarland& Co., Inc. Publishers. Jefferson, N.C. and London. C2009. (Martha Koletar)
Denniston, Elmer L. Genealogy of the Stukey, Ream, Grove, Clem and Denniston Families. Harrisburg, PA: Elmer L. Denniston, 1939. (Roni Roberti)
Dobson, David. The French In the Americas 1620-1820. Clearfield Company, 2011. (Diane Price)
Doliante, Sharon J. Maryland and Virginia Colonials: Genealogies of Some Colonial Families, Volumes I and II, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1991 ( families include: Beal, Beall, Beasley,Cheney, Duckett, Dunbar, Ellyson, Elmore, Graves, Heyden, Howard, Jacob, Morriss, Nuthall, Odell, Peerce, Reeder, Ridgley, Prather, Sprigg, Wesson, Williams and collateral kin) (Pat Gooding)
Dorman, John Frederick, Comp. Adventurers of Purse and Persons Virginia 1607-1625.  Genealogical Publishing Company, 2007.  (Nora Hickam)

Dwight, Benjamin W. The History of the Descendants of Elder John Strong of Northampton, Mass. Volume I & II. Albany, NY: Joel Munsell, 1871. (Betsy Pessetto)
Dykeman, Wilma. The Battle of Kings Mountain 1780 With Fire and Sword. National Park Service. Washington, DC. (Martha Koletar)
Eichholz, Alice. Red Book, 3rd Ed. Provo, UT: Ancestry, Division of My Family.com. Inc., 2004. (Jackie Craft)
Elliott, S. A. The Washington Directory. Washington: 1827.
Evans, Barbara Jean. A to Zax  A Comprehensive Dictionary for Genealogists and Historian, 3rd Ed. Hearthside Press, 1995. (Betsy Pessetto)
Family Album - A Pictorial History of the McLean Family of Gaston County NC. A Press. Greenville, S.C. Thelma Hodge McLean 1988 Limited Edition. (Martha Koletar)
Fenelon, Holly S. American Gold Star Mothers Inc. 1928-2010 A History. Platform Press. Doylestown, PA. 2010. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Fuller, Marsha Lynne. Family Bible Records in the Washington County Free Library Hagerstown, MD. CGRS. (Ann Newton)
Gage, Anthony J. Jr. Southside Virginia in the Civil War, Amelia, Brunswick, Charlotte, Halifax, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottaway, and Prince Edward Counties.  Appomattox, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1999. (Carol Canales)
Goodenow, L. B., comp. The Brett Genealogy, I. The Bretts in England, II. William Brett, III. Roger Brett. 1915. (Nancy Glielmi)
Granger, James N. Launcelot Granger of Newbury, Mass. and Suffield, Conn. CT: Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1893. (Betsy Pessetto)
Green, Harry Clinton and Mary Wolcott Green. The Pioneer Mothers of America. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1912. Reprinted: David Barton Wall Builders, 1997.  (Joan Lydia Hall)
Greenwood, Val D. Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy, 3rd Ed. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co, 2000. (Jackie Craft)
Greer, George Cabell. Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666. Baltimore, Md., Genealogical Publishing Co., 1960 (Carol Jutte)
Guide to County Records in the North Carolina Archives. NC Archives, 2009. (Diane Price)
Hallman, William H.  The Day The Revolution Ended. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Publisher, 2004. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Harpe, Jason L. Lincoln County Revisited. Lincoln County Historical Association, 2004. (Martha Koletar)
Hatcher, Patricia Law, FASG. Researching Your Colonial New England Ancestors. Salt Lake City: Ancestry Publishing. (Carol Jutte)
Helmbold, F. Wilbur. Tracing Your Ancestry, Log Book. Oxmoor House, Inc. (Martha Koletar)
Helmbold, F. Wilbur. Tracing Your Ancestry, Step By Step Guide to Researching. Oxmoor House, Inc. (Martha Koletar)
Helms, Gerald C., Sara Myers, and William E. Helms, Jr. Helms Descendants 1720-1991. Matthews, NC: Gerald C. Helms, Jr., 704-846-2011. (Nancy Glielmi)
Hessel, Mary Stanley Hessel.  Profile of a Patriot, John Wright Stanly Revolutionary War Privateer. New Bern, NC:  The Tryon Palace Commission, Bagg & Griffin, Inc., Publisher, 1983. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Hill, Jeffrey A. The 26th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry, The Groundhog Regiment. Authorhouse, 2010. (Carol Jutte)
History of Gaston County, N.C. Compiled from historical writings. A Plus Printing Co. Includes sketch original published 1851.  (Martha Koletar)
History of Greene County, Illinois, Its Past and Present. Chicago: Donnelley, Gassette & Loyd, Publishers, 1879. (Nancy Glielmi)
Howes, Robert Arthur, comp.  Genealogy of The Howes Family in America, Descendants of Thomas Howes of Yarmouth, Mass. 1637-2004. (email: bobhowes@juno.com), 2004. (Carol Jutte)
Hunter, C. L. Sketches of Western North Carolina. Biblio Bazaar. 2006. (Martha Koletar)
John, Clint. Touring the Carolinas' Civil War Sites. Pub. John & Blair. 1996. (Martha Koletar)
Kelly, Douglas F. Carolina Scots- An Historical and Genealogical Study of Over 100 Years of Immigration. 1739 Publications. Dillon, S.C. 1998. (Martha Koletar)
LaCalla, Camille. Civil War Recipes. Pub. Enduro Productions, LLC. (Martha Koletar)
Lambert, David Allen. A Guide to Massachusetts Cemeteries, 2nd. Ed. Boston, MA: NEHGS, 2009. (Connie Davidson)
Lehman, James O. Growth Amidst Struggle. (Ann Newton)
Lincoln County, N.C. Abstract of Wills. Volume 1, 1824-1838. (Martha Koletar)
Lossing, Benson J. Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution in the Carolinas-Georgia. Jack E. Fryar, Jr., Ed. Original, 1850. Book edition, 2004. (Martha Koletar)
MacDonald, Rose Mortimer Ellzey.  Mrs. Robert E. Lee. Boston, MA: Ginn and Co., 1939.  Pikesville, MD: Lithographed and reprinted by Robert B. Poisal, Publisher, 1973. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Peter Brown, Vol. 7, 2nd Ed. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2002. (Betsy Pessetto)
Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Richard Warren, Vol. 18 Parts I & III, 3rd Ed. General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2004. (Betsy Pessetto)
McCauley, I. H. Historical Sketch of Franklin County PA. (Ann Newton)
McGowan-Singer, Maureen and Goodchild Sutton, Carol. Heraldry Workshop for Colonial Dames XVII Century, 4th Ed. Privately published, 2011 (Nora Hickam)
McKee, Raymond. The Book of McKee, Part 1. (Limited 107/500). Republic of Ireland. (Martha Koletar)
McKee, Raymond. The Book of McKee, Part 2. (Limited 107/500). Republic of Ireland. (Martha Koletar)
Messick, Hank. Kings Mountain. Little, Brown and Co. Barton/Toronto. (Martha Koletar)
Mitchell, Patricia B. Revolutionary Recipes.  (Colonial Food, Lore & More). (Martha Koletar)
Morrow County Historical Book Committee. History of Morrow County Ohio, 1989. Walsworth Press, Inc.: Salem, W.V. (Carol Jutte)
Morrow, Dale Walton, D J Morrow, comp. Distribution of Estate Accounts, Washington County, MD 1778-1835. (Ann Newton)
National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century. Heraldry-Coats of Arms. Dallas, TX: Taylor Publishing C., 2003 (Nora Hickam)
National Society United States Daughters of 1812. 1812 Indexes. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 2005. (Nora Hickam)
North Carolina Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Revolutionary War Gravesites of Soldiers, Patriots, and Ancestors buried in North Carolina. New Bern, N,C.: NCSDAR, 2007. (Carol Canales)
North Carolina Society Daughters of the American Revolution Inc. 2009 yearbook. New Bern, N.C., 2009. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Nugent, Nell Marion. Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents. Volume One, 1623-1666. Volume Two, 1666-1695. Volume Three: 1695-1732. (Carol Canales)
Nugent, Nell Marion. Supplement, Northern Neck Grants No. 1, 1690-1692. Richmond: The Library of Virginia, 1980. (Carol Canales)
O'Callaghan, Sean. From Hell to Barbados, The Ethnic Cleansing of Ireland. Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland: Brandon, 200l. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Ouimette, David S. Finding your Irish Ancestors, A Beginners Guide. Provo, UT; Ancestry, Division of My Family.com, Inc., 2005. (Jackie Craft)
Parker, Amasa J. Landmarks of Albany County New York. D. Mason & Co. Publishers, 1897. (Betsy Pessetto )
Peden, Henry C. Revolutionary Patriots of Washington County, Maryland 1776-1783. (Ann Newton)
Pogue, Robert E. Old Maryland Landmarks. Bushwood, Md., 1972 (Maryland  family histories) (Nora Hickman)
Pruitt, Dr. A.B. Abstracts of Land Warrants, Randolph Co., N.C., 1778-1948, Part 1 and 2.  2001 (Diane Price)
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Reaves, Bill. Southport (Smithville), A Chronology: Volume I, 1520-1887 (1985). Volume II, 1887-1920. Volume III, 1920-1940 (1996). Volume IV, 1941-1970 (1999). Southport, N.C.: Southport Historical Society. (Nancy Glielmi)
Reynolds, Marion H. The History and Descendants of John and Sarah Reynolds 1630-1923. N.Y.: The Reynolds Family Association, 1924. (Betsy Pessetto)
Rhodes, Steven, B. Catalog of the Seimes Microfilm Collection, DAR Library, 2001. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Ridgely, David, comp. Annals of Annapolis, 1649 until War of 1812. Baltimore, MD: Cushing and Brother, 1841. (Joan Lydia Hall)
Riemer, Shirley J. The German Research Companion. Sacramento, CA: Lorelei Press, 2000. (Jackie Craft)
Riley, Robert Shean. History of the Shumate Family 1475-1992, 2nd Ed. Wyandotte, OK: Gregath Publishing Co., 1992 (Nora Hickam)
Rising, Marsha Hoffman. The Family Tree Problem Solver. Family Tree Books, 2005. (Diane Price)
Roberts, Gary. The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to America, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co, 2008 (Nora Hickam)
Rupp, I. Daniel, Thirty Thousand Names of Immigrants (German, Swiss, Dutch and French) in Pennsylvania 1727-1776. Genealogical Publishing Co. reprint, 1836 (Diane Price)
Savage, James. Meyers, Patty Barthell, comp. Female Index to Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2008. (Diane Price) 
Scholl, John Wm. Scholl Sholl Shull Genealogy. New York: The Gafton Press, 1930. (Roni Roberti)
Shaw, Hubert Kenney.  Families of the Pilgrims. Compiled for the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Boston, MA, 1956. (Nancy Glielmi)
Sherrill, William. Annals of Lincoln County, N.C. County History Through the Years 1749-1937. (Martha Koletar)
Smith, Ethel Farrington. Early Families of Hull, Massachusetts. Boston, MA: NEHGS, 2007. (Betsy Pessetto)
Soule, John E., Col, USA, Ret., MCE and Terry, Milton E., PhD, (comps). Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, and Louise Walsh Throop, MBA. Mayflower Families in Progress, George Soule of the Mayflower, 4th Ed. Published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2002 (Carol Jutte)
Stratton, Eugene Aubrey, FASG. Plymouth Colony, Its History & People, 1620-1691. Salt Lake City: Ancestry Publishing. (Carol Jutte)
Spence, Wilma Cartwright Spence and Edna Morrisette Shannonhouse, comp. North Carolina Bible Records, 5th Ed. Elizabeth City, N.C.: Family Research Society of Northeastern North Carolina, 1006.  (Carol Canales)
Temple, J. H. History of Framingham, MA, Early Known as Danforth's Farms, 1640-1880 with a Genealogical Register. Published by the Town of Framingham, 1887. (Nancy Glielmi)
The Blackwell Name in History. Ancestry.com. Pub Generations Network. 2007. (Martha Koletar)
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The Handy Book for Genealogists, 9th Ed. Everton Publishers. 1999. (Jackie Craft)
The Name and Family of McKee. Manuscript #1799, C1984. Roots Research Bureau, Ltd. Third Edition. (Martha Koletar)
The McKee Family Heritage Book. Published by Beatrice Bayley, Inc. 1982. (Martha Koletar)
The McKee Name in History. Ancestry.com. 2007. (Martha Koletar)
Thompson, Doris Lancaster. Revolutionary War Gravesites of Soldiers, Patriots, and Ancestors Buried in North Carolina. North Carolina Society Daughters of the American Revolution Inc. (Carol Canales)
Van Valin, Minnie D. and Moore, Jack Cathy, Compiled from family records. John (William) Moore (Pioneer) and wife Rosannah McCord of N.C. Mrs. S. L. Freeman 1960 Limited Edition. (Martha Koletar)
Watson, Alan D. Richard Dobbs Spaight. Bagg & Griffin, Inc. c. 1986. (Susan Hadenchuk)
Wells, Spencer. National Geographic, Deep Ancestry Genograph C Project. 2006. (Martha Koletar)
White, Elizabeth Pearson. John Howland of the Mayflower Volume I. Picton Press, 2008. (Carol Jutte)
Winslow , D. Kenelm. Mayflower Heritage.  (Lynn Deen)
Works Progress Administration. History of Milford Connecticut, 1639-1939. Reprinted by Milford Tercentenary Committee, Inc., 1973 (Carol Jutte)
Wust, Klaus, The Virginia Germans. Charlottesville, VA: The University Press, 1969 (Nora Hickam)
Yoder, Don, Ed. Rhineland Emigrants Lists of German Settlers in Colonial America. (Ann Newton)
Zieber, Eugene. Heraldry in America.  New York: Greenwich House, 1895 (Carol Jutte)

CD-ROMS:
Davis, Deering, Stephan Dorsey, Ralph Cole Hall. Georgetown Houses 1780-1830. New York: Bonanza Books, 1944. (Joan Lydia Hall)
Early Kentucky Settlers, 1700s-1800s. (Family Archive includes Kentucky Court and Other Records, Marriages, Obituaries, soldiers of War of 1812, Revolutionary War soldiers in Kentucky, Kentucky Pension Roll of 1835, et al) (Pat Gooding)
Farmer, John. Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England. Archive CD Books, 1819. (Roni Roberti)
Genealogy and History of the Huntington Family. (Roni Roberti)
Lamson, William J. Descendants of William Lamson of Ipswich, Mass. 1634-1917.  New York: Tobias A. Wright, Printer and Publisher, 1917: CD-ROM. Heritagebooks.com, 2005. (Susan Hadenchuk)
The DAR Library - One of America's Premier Genealogical Research Centers. (Susan Hadenchuk)
January, 2015

 posted by Susan Hadenchuk