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June 2015 Arrivals

Historical Collections of the Mahoning Valley (Ohio). Mahoning Valley Historical Society Staff. This area in Mahoning and Trumbull counties was originally part of the Connecticut Western Reserve. Significant settlement began shortly after 1800. This work consists of two major parts: the first 120 pages being records of the pioneer reunions held in 1874 and 1875, while the balance of the work consists of histories of the early settlement of the towns and townships in these two counties. The records of the reunions consist mainly of historical essays on the early settlements, so the volume is replete with biographical tidbits on early residents which is now made more accessible by the addition of a new every-name index. 1990 9781556133367 101-M3336 - $41.00


Alsop's Maryland: A Character of the Province of Maryland. George Alsop. In 1658 George Alsop left England for Maryland, where he worked as an "indented" servant in Baltimore Co., under the government of Lord Baltimore. It seems highly probable that the lord proprietor and governor, both eager to attract laborers, encouraged Alsop to write this glowing account of the province. Alsop paints an extremely enticing picture of the bountiful natural resources of Mary-Land, followed by a discussion of the merits of "her well ordered Government," and her virtuous settlers. The benefits of apprenticeship and the necessity of servitude are discussed. Alsop's flattering words do not extend to his horror-filled chapter on the customs, manners and religion of the Susquehanock Indians.  This slender volume is enhanced by an introduction that offers a glimpse of the author's life and times, and concludes with a collection of letters written by the author. (1666/1902 reprint),2001, 5½x8½, paper, 113 pp  9780788419713 101-A1971 - $15.50


History of Gardner, Massachusetts from Its Earliest Settlement to 1860. Lewis Glazier. The text provides an informative survey of the development of the town as well as a considerable body of genealogical material. The tax list of 1853 is reprinted along with a table of representatives to Gardner's annual town meeting, 1785-1859. Additional lists include a roster of Gardner's militia and the Gardner Greys, deaths up to 1858 and more. Please see our website for families covered. (1860, 1999), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 188 pp  9780788412240 101-G1224 - $22.00


From Pajarito to Lungchow: Memoirs of Photographic Reconnaissance Pilot Stanley A. Hardin. Dorothy Simpson. Downed near enemy lines, a photographic reconnaissance pilot with an eye for detail describes tranquil beauty in China, fearing for survival of its courageous people. (2003), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, 162 pp  9780788424557 101-S2455 - $20.00


Greenup County, Kentucky, Naturalizations, Revolutionary War Pensions, Lunacy Inquests, 1804-1902. Patricia Porter Phillips. Almost 100 years of naturalizations transcription from the court records of Greenup County, Kentucky. Sections on Revolutionary War pensions and lunacy inquests provide unusual glimpses of social services. (1995), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 190 pp  9780788402432 101-P0243 - $22.00


Highland Papers, Volume IV. J. R. N. MacPhail, K. C.. A selection of Donald Gregory’s material and documents from other sources comprise this volume (a publication of the Scottish History Society), whose purpose was to make available “some of the original material and recorded tradition on which knowledge of [Highland] history [is] based.” Numerous writs (1334-1632) of the Campbells. (1934), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp  9780788402203 101-M0220 - $31.00


The Colonial History of Vincennes (Indiana) Under the French, British and American Governments. Judge John Law. The history of Vincennes is an integral part of the history of the Northwest Territory. (1858, 1989), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 170 pp 9781556131998 101-L3199 - $21.00


Burials at Wauwatosa Cemetery, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Elizabeth Doherty Herzfeld. The earliest birth date found within the cemetery is April 5, 1748, and the earliest burial is 1820. Includes a map of the cemetery. (2001), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 248 pp  9780788419669 101-H1966 - $25.50


The Identification of 1809 William Wright of Franklin County, Virginia, as the Son of 1792 John Wright of Fauquier County, Virginia and Elizabeth (Bronaugh) (Darnall) Wright. Robert N. Grant. Evidence identifying William Wright is presented in this ten-part analysis which reviews some of the information known about William and John Wright, William's wife Mary (Grant) Wright, documentary evidence, handwriting, suggestive evidence, family naming evidence, and contrary identifications and why they are probably not correct. Additionally, there is a summary in chronological order of the information known about William Wright of Franklin County and Mary (Grant) Wright in northern Virginia.  (2004), 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 74 pp  9780788425288 101-G2528 - $17.00


The Adventures of Ebenezer Fox in the Revolutionary War. Ebenezer Fox. From his own hand comes the spirited tale of Ebenezer Fox’s life, from his meager beginnings in 1770 as a farmhand at age seven through the end of the American Revolution in 1783. Fox recounts some remarkable incidents of the war with vivid accounts of battles. (1838, 2008), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 262 pp  9780788402142 101-F0214 - $26.00


Butler County, Missouri Genealogical Tidbits. Sherida K. Eddlemon. This newest work of Missouri genealogy from prolific Heritage Books author Sherida K. Eddlemon provides an abundance of genealogical miscellany on the residents of Butler County. The names listed in this volume have been drawn from a wide variety of sources supplementing the extant birth, death, and marriage records, and censuses for this region. Sources include: rural directory of taxpayers, 1923; Butler Co. residents in the Carter Co. Marriage Book B, 1890-1898; Verterinary Department, 1915-1916; Board of education, 1907-1909; School records, 1909-1910 and 1914-1915; law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, 1915; miscellaneous vital records; obituary abstracts; members of the Bar Association, 1941; 1890 veterans census; municipality, county and state officials, 1919-1920; poilitical committees, 1919-1920, and more. The text is enhanced by a surname index. An important addition to the ever growing body of Missouri genealogical resources.  (2001), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 138 pp  9780788417269 101-E1726 - $19.00


Monocacy and Catoctin, Volume 2. C. E. Schildknecht. European origins with references. Bibliography of genealogies of families: Wood, Birely, Weller, Meyerhoffer, Brown, Braun, Spannseller, Weybright, Hesson, Reifsnider, Fisher, Schildknecht & Shuff in the Western Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania. (1989, 2001), 2014, 5½x8½, paper, index, 692 pp 9781585494781 101-S0478 - $49.50


Cedar Grove Cemetery Portsmouth, Virginia, Plot Book 1 and 2. Betty J. Matthews. The town of Portsmouth was established in 1752 on land owned by Colonel William Craford. Colonel Craford hired a surveyor, Gershom Nimmo, to divide the sixty-five acres of his plantation into a town to be called Portsmouth, which was named after the seacoast town in England. The town initially had no public place in which to bury the dead—only various church yards or private plots in gardens. In 1832, the legislature of the State of Virginia authorized the town trustee of Portsmouth to forbid the burial of the dead within the city limits. Thus, the first public cemetery established was Cedar Grove; it was purchased in 1833. The cost to own a grave site in 1833 was $8.00 for residents and $10.00 for nonresidents. The first keeper of the cemetery was the town sergeant who was paid $50.00 a year for his services. Cedar Grove Cemetery is located west of Effingham Street, which was outside the city limits in 1832. Plot book records contained in this book include information on the owner and specific location of the burial plot, date of burial, death date, age at death, and relatives of the deceased in some cases. (1992), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 150 pp 9781556136351 101-M3635 - $19.00


The Orphan Train to Destiny. Tom Riley. This novel has it all: survival of an orphan, adventure in the Alaska Territory in the late 1800s, an edge-of-your-seat dogsled race, frontier justice with a martial arts twist, a little history, and a touch of romance. John Brady’s early life is portrayed with historical accuracy. His adventures in Alaska are fiction. 2015, 5½x8½, paper, 120 pp 9780788456428 101-R5642 - $18.00


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May 2015 Arrivals

Sketches of Citizens of Baltimore City and Baltimore County, Maryland. Sallie A. Mallick. This is an abbreviated abstract of Genealogy and Biography of the Leading Families of the City of Baltimore and Baltimore County, Maryland. It contains data-rich genealogical/biographical sketches for 850 individuals. (1990, 2000), 2014, 5½x8½, paper, index, 290 pp 9781585491643 101-M0164 - $27.00


The Rev. John Williams, Captive of the Indians from 1703-1706: A New Volume Combining WillliamsAutobiographica Account, The Redeemed Captive Returning to Zion, with George Sheldon’s Heredity and Early Environment of John Williams, “The Redeemed Captive”. John Williams and George Sheldon. John Williams was a Puritan minister in Deerfield, Massachusetts, at a time of intense hostility between English settlers and the local Indian tribes. Throughout the 1690s the young clergyman was continually called upon to encourage and comfort his parishioners as members of the community were killed or captured by Indians. On February 29, 1703, Williams himself became a victim when a French and Indian raiding party sacked Deerfield. Two of his children were murdered outside his house, but he, his wife and their five other children were kidnapped and marched - with over a hundred captured prisoners - to Montreal. His wife, as well as many others who were too weak or infirm for the arduous journey, was killed along the way. He spent two and a half years as a captive in Quebec. Williams wrote his autobiographical account of the ordeal in 176, the year he was released, and it remained for many years one of the most populart among numerous Indian captivity accounts. After his description of the march to Montreal, Williams’ narative focuses on the coercive attempts of the French to proselytize the English prisoners into the Roman Catholic faith. To make this early New England classic available to readers, Heritage Books, Inc. has taken a 1908 reprit of the 1795 sixth edition of  The Redeemed Captive, which contains a sermon preached by Williams at Boston only two weeks after his return. Several appendices are also included, containing such information as, the names of all the Deerfield captives and brif chronologies of Deerfield before and after the devastating raid. A new everyname index has been added. Greatly enhancing this offer of the Williams’ book is its combination with the related 1905 work by George Sheldon, Heredity and Early Environment of John Williams, “The Redeemed Captive.” This valuable record provides biographical details of John Williams’ youth, education and early adulthood as well as background information into the Puritan faith that was so much a part of Williams’ and his neighbors’ lives. An everyname index is included. (1795, 1905, 1997), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 412 pp  9780788406973 101-W0697 - $39.00


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 work traces the descendants of Thomas; it is primarily a male-line genealogy, some female lines are included. (1984, 2000), 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 354 pp  9780788414220 101-T1422 - $35.50


The Sweet-Jaynes and Related Families of Michigan. Celina Sweet-Vert-Salvador. Peleg Sweet, bc1815 in New York & d1865 in Michigan, married Lucy Wells. Joseph Jaynes, b1764 in New York & d1865 in Ontario, married Elizabeth Spencer. (1992), 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 150 pp 9781556137259 101-S0725 - $23.50


History of Hardwick, Massachusetts. Lucius R. Paige. This native of Hardwick has gathered and preserved herein an extensive history of Hardwick and a 226-page Genealogical Register of its inhabitants, including detailed records for Allen, Paige, Robinson, Ruggles, Warner, and many others. (1883, 1994), 2014, 5½x8½, paper, index, 586 pp 9780788455278 101-P5527 - $44.00


A Biographical Sketch of Major Edward E. Hartwick, Together with a Compilation of Major Hartwick’s Letters and Diaries Written During the Spanish-American and World Wars. Gordon K. Miller. “Major Hartwick’s life was one of vivid experience through two wars, of service to his fellow, devoted attention to his family and honorable participation in business affairs...His letters and diaries written during his service in both the Spanish-American and World Wars are invaluable, not only historically, but in showing the thoughts of one engaged in the grim business of war.” (1921, 2005), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, 138 pp  9780788451270 101-M5127 - $19.50


A History of Cape Elizabeth, Maine. William B. Jordan, Jr. . A comprehensive history of this Portland suburb from the 1500s to the early 20th century. Appendices list the Selectmen 1766-1965, the 1790 census, an inventory of vessels built in Cape Elizabeth, and a list of shipwrecks. (1965) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 385 pp 9781556130434 101-J0043 - $34.00


The History of Several Towns, Manors and Patents of the County of Westchester from the First Settlement to the Present Time. Rev. Robert Bolton. After the first publication of this history in 1848, the author received a mass of new information and corrections. He spent 29 years revising it, rewriting more than two-thirds of the original book, adding many old documents, and bringing the work up to date. He was working on it up to the day of his death, after which his brother published this revised edition. This massive work holds a vast amount of historical and genealogical material relating to Westchester County, New York. Broken down into individual town histories, the information dates to the early 1600s and contains many family histories, pedigree charts, Revolutionary War rosters, lists of civil officials, illustrations and town maps, census information, Indian history, treaties, deeds, histories of schools and churches, some tombstone inscriptions and town anecdotes. The original two volumes have been split into four volumes by Heritage Books, Inc., and include a new surname index. This set is an essential resource for anyone interested in the early history or genealogy of this region in New York. (1881, 1996, 2011), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 4 vols., 1882 pp  9780788404443 101-B0444 - $131.00


Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume I. Marjorie Hood Fischer. This work is an absolute gold mine for anyone who is researching the state of Tennessee. The compiler has gone to the Court Minutes to dig out all the gems of genealogical information. In many cases, this is the only record that exists to show birth dates, death, divorce, naturalization, and much more. Most of the court minutes have no index, or at best only a partial index, so it took a page-by-page reading to find this information.  Included in Volume One are records from Blount, Davidson, Dickson, Fayette, Giles, Greene, Hardin, Haywood, Hickman, Humphreys, Lincoln, Putnam, Rutherford, Washington and Williamson Counties. If you don't have ancestors in these counties, this book can still help you. There are references to people in many other counties and in many states. They show relationships and migration paths. This series encompasses the dates 1778-1914, but individual volumes may not contain records for the entire time span. (1986), 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 544 pp   101-F4623 - $41.00


History of Hancock County (OH) from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, together with reminiscences of pioneer life, incidents, statistical tables, and biographical sketches. D. B. Beardsley. The first permanent settlement in what is now Hancock Co., OH took place about 1815. The first third of this book presents a general history of the County, while the final two thirds. gives a history of each of its townships and communities. The township histories name many of the early settlers, and contain over 120 biographies, as well as lists of local officials, etc.  (1881, 1989),  2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 490 pp 9781556131882 101-B3188 - $38.50


A History of the Barclay Family, with Pedigrees from 1067 to 1933, Part III: The Barclays in Scotland and England from 1610 to 1933. Lieut. Col. Hubert F. Barclay and Alice Wilson-Fox. This volume offers a very readable history that goes beyond the Barclay family to include discussions of political, social and religious issues of the times, as well as significant historical events such as the Thirty Years War and the American War of Independence. A list of pedigrees, indices to names and places, and a list of subscribers augment this wonderful weave of history and genealogy.  (1934), 2003, 6x9, paper, indices, 388 pp 9781585498604 101-B0860 - $35.00


A History Of The Barclay Family, Parts 1 and 2. Rev. Charles W. Barclay and Lt-Col. Hubert F. Barclay. This volume offers a very readable history that goes beyond the Barclay family to include discussions of political, social and religious issues of the times, as well as significant historical events. Part one, from 1066-1924, shows the connection of the early Scottish Berkeleys with the ancient Gloucestershire Berkeleys, and proves that the Berkeleys may trace their descent to a true Norman stock. Part Two covers the Barclays in Scotland from 1067 to 1660. This set of two volumes in one contains pedigree charts, illustrations of arms, seals, effigies and other items pertinent to the family.  (1924, 1933, 2003), 2015, 6x9, paper, 2 vol. in one, 522 pp 9781585498581 101-B0858 - $42.00


The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, in the County of Middlesex, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818. Thomas Bellows Wyman. This work attempts to identify all the residents of Charlestown from its first settlement until about 1818, placing them in a genealogical context. Also provides a concise summary of real estate transactions as culled from the first 139 volumes of Middlesex deeds, Suffolk County deeds, and town records. (1879, 1991), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 1192 pp 9781556133831 101-W0383 - $77.00


The Brice Family Who Settled In Fairfield County, South Carolina, About 1785 and Related Families. Betty J. Carson. Data has been gathered dating back to Robert the Bruce (1274–1329), King of Scotland, to make this Brice family genealogy as complete as possible. An every-name index adds to the value of this work. 2014, 8½x11, paper, index, 320 pp 9780788455797 101-C5579 - $36.00


Jean (John) Gaston of France. Betty J. Carson. This book is a rich, historical compilation of the prominent Gaston family from many sources. It is a history of Jean (John) Gaston (born about 1600) and his descendants. It is also a history of many of the intermarried families who fought and died in the Revolutionary War, especially in South Carolina. 2015, 7x10, paper, index, 622 pp 9780788456251 101-C5625 - $51.00


Beyond the Blue Mountain: Mahoning Township, Carbon County, Pennsylvania. Carolyn Zimmerman Johns. This book is an important genealogical resource for Mahoning Township, Carbon Co., Penn. It contains detailed Federal Census Reports back to 1790 including the Mortality and Agricultural reports. Mahoning Township Cemetery listings, Civil War Soldiers, and includes tax lists for the Mahoning Township. (2001), 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 480 pp  9780788418938 101-J1893 - $52.00


Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England, Court Orders, Volume IV: 1661-1668. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff. A concise compilation of day-to-day judicial records of New Plymouth, Massachusetts.  (1855, ), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 228 pp  9780788409127 101-S0912 - $24.00


Maryland in the Civil War: An Annotated Bibliography. Steven B. Rhodes. The sources collected in this work are representative of Maryland’s experience in the Civil War and a valuable guide for anyone interested in Maryland’s heritage. Maryland contributed men to both sides of the war. Listings include: Published Sources, Broadsides, and Manuscripts. 2015, 7x10, paper, index, 570 pp 9780788456237 101-R5623 - $48.50


The Blood Royal of Britain: Tudor Roll. Being a Roll of the Living Descendants of Edward IV and Henry VII, Kings of England, and James III, King of Scotland. The Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval. "The Blood Royal of Britain is the first attempt ever made to trace out all the descendants of the Sovereigns of these realms, and to show the number of descents which each descendant has; and the present volume aims at being exhaustive as regards the living descendants of Edward IV (1441-1483) and Henry VII (1455-1509), Kings of England, and James III (1451-1488) King of Scotland …The work naturally divides itself into two parts, the first comprising the descendants of the Princess Margaret Tudor, Henry VIIth's elder daughter; and the second those of the Princess Mary Tudor, his younger daughter. All are descended from Henry VII and Edward IV, but only those in the first part, Nos. 1 to 19,572, are descended from James III." (1903, 2000), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 621 pp 9780788416934 101-R1693 - $46.00


Baylor's Regiment: The Third Continental Light Dragoons. Christine L. Langner. This listing of men and accounts summarized herein, despite being incomplete due to the scarcity of documentation, gives us insight into service and hardships suffered during the Revolutionary war, battles, families, friendships, and the men’s lives after the war. 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 220 pp 9780788456244 101-L5624 - $23.50


The Vital Kingston, New Hampshire Early Families, Patriots, and Soldiers. Kathleen E. Hosier. Three hundred years have passed since the town of Kingston was granted a Charter in 1694. The early settlers of Kingston were made up mostly of inhabitants from Hampton, NH. Although the town had been established in 1694, it often had to be abandoned because of Indian attacks and dangerous wolves. Eventually, Kingston was resettled and the town from Amesbury, Salisbury, and Newbury, MA. As the population became larger,petitions were directed to the colonial government to incorporate new towns. After the Revolutionary War, bounty land were granted to those who had fought for independence, and the migration of Kingston families can be found from Maine to Ohio. Section 1 of the fascinating book covers the genealogies of Early Families living in Kingston including the original grantees from its founding to the period when new towns were incorporated within the original boundaries. Section 2 contains the Patriots and Soldiers of Kingston who contributed to the cause of independence in the Revolutionary War. Included are those who signed the Association Test in Kingston, as well as those who resided, enlisted, were mustered or served for the town of Kingston. Some of the men are listed as Kingston men for one enlistment, but can be found as listed for a different town in another muster roll. The families are arranged alphabetically by heads of families and include pertinent information when available on births, deaths, and marriages. Published 1993 9781556139093 101-H0909 - $38.00


Moravian Journal Relating to Central New York, 1745-1766. Edited by Rev. Wm. M. Beauchamp, S.T.D. This volume reprints a number of journals kept by Moravian missionaries describing their experiences with the Onondaga Indians and other tribes of the Five Nations inhabiting Central New York. Their journals serve as a fascinating cultural study examining tribal social structure, interaction between members of the Five Nations, and the evolution of economic and political relations with Europeans during the French and Indian War years. (1916, 1999), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp  9780788413117 101-B1311 - $25.00


History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvaniawith Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Lewis Cass Aldrich. Following a comprehensive overview there are specific chapters on thirty individual townships, and biographical sketches of prominent citizens.   (1887), 2001, paper, index, 2 vols., 786 pp  9780788419706 101-A1970 - $70.00


The Elusive Booths of Burrillville (Rhode Island): an investigation of John Wilkes Booth's alleged wife and daughter. Joyce G. Knibb and Patricia A. Mehrtens. A detailed historical and genealogical investigation into Martha Izola Mills, and her actress daughter, Ogarita, who claimed (when they appeared in Burrillville, RI in the late 1800s) to be the wife and daughter, respectively, of John Wilkes Booth, the actor-assassin. Using a combination of primary and secondary sources, including family journals, the authors seek to establish the true identity of these women. In the process they undertake a massive genealogical man-hunt into a remarkably complex and convoluted family with strong theatrical and literary connections which continue down to the present generation. 1991, 266 pp., illus., maps, charts, index, paper 9781556134791 101-K0479 - $29.00


Wright Family Birth, Marriage, and Personal Property Tax Records, Essex County, Virginia. Robert N. Grant. These appendices present source records for persons named Wright by county and by type of record: Birth Records, 1852 to 1896; Marriage Records, 1655 to 1900; and, Personal Property Tax Lists, 1782 to 1850. 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 310 pp 9780788456084 101-G5608 - $35.00


Getting to the Roots of the Family Tree: The Story of a Saxon Family. Elizabeth M. Tillman. Detailed history of the Tillman family; mostly pre-1837.  1997, 5½x8½, paper, index, 1179 pp  9780788406270 101-T0627 - $90.00


Early Villages of Stamford, Connecticut: The Cove and Long Ridge. Jeanne Majdalany. The history is a combination of two works which were previously published in the late 1970’s. They are now being offered as a single volume, covering the time period of 1641 to 1978: nearly three and a half centuries. The book’s first part deals with the Cove, an area along the Connecticut shore of Long Island Sound, located mainly on the island in the cove between Stamford and Darien. The region’s history goes back to 1641. The island was first used as a pound; then it became the center of a grist mill operation. By 1800 John William Holly had settled there and further developed mills producing dyes and drugs. Eventually the whole area was absorbed by the Stamford Manufacturing Company, where 500 men were employed. This section is also replete with photographs, maps and illustrations from both the 19th century and more recent times. In addition to presenting the history. It contains a full chart on the Holly family plus many references to other families in the area, which will all be extremely appreciated by researchers. The book’s second part, a history of Long Ridge Village, covers the years between 1700 and  1800,  and gives a detailed picture of this little community located ten miles north of central Stamford. Long Ridge Village was settled in 1717 by three enterprising men from Long Island: Thomas Brush Jr., Michael Waring and John White. They were soon joined by the Ingersois, Newmans and Todds, and the community began to flourish. In addition to a rich description of life in that time, the account includes maps, charts and genealogical data. This book brings back more than three centuries of history to enlighten those who have a special relationship with Stamford by having visited or lived there. 1998  9780788408939 101-M0893 -


The Van Dyke Family: A Glimpse of the Dutch Settlement of New Jersey. Paul C. Van Dyke. Jan Van Dyck, and his family emigrated to New Amsterdam in 1652, eventually settling in New Utrecht on Long Island.  1997, 8½x11, indices, append., biblio, illus., maps, 246 pp  9780788407000 101-V0700 - $32.50


The African American Collection: Kent County, Maryland. Jerry M. Hynson. Comprises the 1835 census of Negroes (names, ages, owners), an extract of the 1850 census of Free Blacks, and those who served in the U.S. Colored Troop (Civil War) from Kent County, as revealed in the Bounty Records of Kent County. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 87 pp 9781585494705 101-H0470 - $17.00


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April 2015 Arrivals

Index to Vital Data in Local Newspapers of Sonoma County, California, Volume 3: 1881-1885. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc.. Newspaper abstracts supplemented with cemetery inscriptions and other data for Sonoma and nearby Marin, Napa, Solano, Lake and Mendocino counties: Contains more than 13,000 entries!  (2001), 2015, 8½x11, paper, map, 310 pp  9780788419416 101-S1941 - $37.50


School Board Minutes, Enumerations Lists and Account Records, Barbour County, West Virginia: Philippi Independent District, July 1870-December 1899 Philippi District, September 1871–November 1899. Sharon Wilmoth Harsh. Contains the names of many of the local citizens and families. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 415 pp  9780788421365 101-H2136 - $36.00


Frederick County, Virginia, Deed Book Series, Volume 3, Deed Books 9, 10, 11: 1763-1767. Amelia C. Gilreath.  These abstracts contain information from deeds, leases, releases, mortgages and other agreements that reveal family relationships. These abstracts also contain hundreds of names of witnesses and neighbors. (1990, 2001), 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 198 pp 9781585497232 101-G0723 - $29.50


The History of Warren, a Mountain Hamlet Located among the White Hills of New Hampshire. William Little. L ittle traces the history of Warren from the pre-settlement era of the Pemigewassett Indians down to post Civil War times, and includes a wealth of information on the first three generations of local residents. Illustrated.  101-L3774 -


The Seminoles of Florida. Minnie Moore-Willson. A history of the Seminoles who eluded the forced move to Oklahoma by hiding in the Everglades. Several biographical sketches are included, such as Osceola, “the Napoleon of the Seminoles,” and Stem-o-la-kee, a woman who met with the author.  (1928, 2003), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 366 pp  9780788422584 101-M2258 - $31.00


Genealogical Abstracts from The Brunswick Herald, Brunswick, Maryland 6 January 1899 to 26 December 1902. Patricia B. Duncan. Advertisements, legal notices, local general and personal news, obituaries, marriage announcements, national and international news. Columns of local interest from Frederick County and surrounding counties of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Chronological order with a full name index. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 368 pp  9780788435560 101-D3556 - $37.00


Nicholas County, Kentucky, Property Tax Lists, 1800-1811 with indexes to Deed Books A&B (2), and C. Carrie Eldridge. This valuable research aid covers four tax years (1800, 1801, 1809, and 1811); compares tax records for eleven years; contains an expanded census for 1810; and deed book indices of the period for name comparison. Indexed. Map. 2004, 8½x11, paper, 178 pp 9781585499380 101-E0938 - $25.50


Those Roving Rittgers, Volume 1. Joyce Rorabaugh. John A. Rittgers immigrated from Prussia around 1795 to Virginia before moving to central Ohio. This volume covers nine generations. (1998), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 306 pp  9780788409776 101-R0977 - $29.00


Litchfield and Morris [Connecticut] Inscriptions. Charles Thomas Payne. This book presents gravestone inscriptions from each of the twelve cemeteries in this region of Connecticut. Most dates fall between the mid-18th and late-19th centuries. (1905, 1996), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 332 pp  9780788405600 101-P0560 - $23.00


Wright Family Birth, Marriage, Personal Property Tax, And Census Records, Cumberland County, Virginia. Robert N. Grant. These appendices present source records for persons named Wright by county and by type of record: Birth Records, 1853 to 1896; Marriage Records, 1748 to 1900; Personal Property Tax Lists, 1782 to 1844; and, Census Records, 1810 through 1900. 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 302 pp 9780788456022 101-G5602 - $23.00


Jewish Cemeteries of Five Counties of Connecticut. The Cohen/Goldfarb Collection, Volume 2. Rabbi Edward A. Cohen and Lew Goldfarb. Covers Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, Tolland and New London Counties. Information includes cemetery, row, name, maiden name (or other information), date of death, date of birth, parents and spouse. (1998), 2015, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 216 pp  9780788409974 101-C0997 - $32.00


We are Sinking, Send Help!: The U.S. Navy's Tugs and Salvage Ships in the African, European, and Mediterranean Theaters in World War II. David D. Bruhn. U.S. Navy rescue tugs and salvage ships were in the thick of the action during the invasion of French North Africa, the lengthy, bitter Italian Campaign, and the invasion of France in World War II. 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 388 pp 9781888265484 101-B0048 - $33.00


The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States. Henry Gannett. This is an alphabetical compilation of the origins of approximately 10,000 place names that embodies so local and general history. Even if you do not need this book for specific research, however, it is fun for browsing and would make a great gift for trivia buffs. (1910, 1996), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 280 pp 9780788405792 101-G0579 - $27.00


The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 42, 1888. New England Historic Genealogical Society.  Genealogies, biographical sketches, family records, other records, and church records. (1888, 1996), 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 438 pp  9780788405839 101-N0583 - $34.00


Loudoun County, Virginia Office Judgments: 1835-1842 and 1842-1847. Patricia B. Duncan. This is the fourth volume of a four-volume set, which contains abstracts of the Loudoun County, Virginia Office Judgments Books for 1786–1847. During this period, Virginia court clerks were required to keep judgment dockets — a rich source of genealogical data. 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 352 pp 9780788456213 101-D5621 - $31.00


Loudoun County, Virginia Office Judgments: 1822-1827 and 1827-1835. Patricia B. Duncan. This is the third volume of a four-volume set, which contains abstracts of the Loudoun County, Virginia Office Judgments Books for 1786–1847. During this period, Virginia court clerks were required to keep judgment dockets — a rich source of genealogical data. 2015, 5½x8½, paper, index, 344 pp 101-D5620 - $31.00


Wooley Twigs and Branches with Related Families. Doris May Durbin Wooley. A massive genealogy of the Wooley/Woolley family. Entries typically contain place of birth for the subject, spouse and children. Entries may also contain date of birth, date and place of death, and/or varying amounts of biographical information. 2014, 5½x8½, paper, 2 volumes,  9780788455759 101-W5575 - $104.00


History of Curtis Land, 1635-1683: With Excerpt on Francis Land. Betty J. Carson. This genealogy of Curtis Land (born 1635 in Devon Co., England; married Mary Hodges 1662; and died 1683 in Charles City, Va.) includes an account of Francis Land (1604–1657) of Lower Norfolk Co., Va. Contains photos, transcripts and facsimile reprints. 2014, 8½x11, paper, 304 pp 9780788455803 101-C5580 - $36.00


Wright Family Census, Deed, Land Tax, Death and Probate Records, Essex County, Virginia. Robert N. Grant. These appendices present source records for persons named Wright by county and by type of record: Census Records, 1810 to 1900; Deed Records, 1660 to 1900; Land Tax Lists, 1782 to 1850; Death Records, 1856 to 1916; and, Probate Records, 1657 to 1900. 2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 454 pp 9780788456091 101-G5609 - $45.50


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