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SABINS - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.               FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p530.                                                                   Item 1

SACHSE - The Riddell, Riddle, Ruddell Trail. Periodical for the interchange      FHL FICHE 6047447
of genealogical data & history of the Riddell (Riddle, Ruddell) families who
came mainly from England, France, Holland, Ireland & Scotland. Some focus
is on (but not limited to) descendants of John Thomas Riddle (1803-1887), a
son of Isaac Riddle and Anna Grizzell, who moved from Tennessee to Ken-
tucky and converted to the Church of Christ of Latter-Day Saints. They
joined the Mormon pioneer migration from Navoo, Illinois to Kanosh, Milland
County, Utah. John Thomas married twice. Other priogenitors include Vin-
cent Robertson (Vinson Robeson) Reddell, Zachariah Riddle Jr., and others.
Early ancestors settled in New Jersey in the 1600's and in Maryland, North
and South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee & Texas in the 1700's. During
the 1800's some migrated to Alabmam, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, Vermont & the Indian Territory
in Oklahoma. Later descendants & relatives also lived in California, Kansas,
Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma & elsewhere. Some had American
Indian & African American Bloodlines. Allied: Arnold, Benson, Blakely, Byrd,
Dalton, Etheridge, Giles, Goates, Horne, Horne, Lewallen, McClutchen, Mc-
Laren, Perry, Pigg, Rackley, Readeles, Readel, Reddell, Redelle, Rhydale,
Richardson, Riddell, Riddle, Ridel, Ridle, Ridley, Robertson, Ruddell, Ruddle,
Rudell, Ryedale, Sachse, Sullivan, Tidwell, Treadwell, Young & related families.

SACKVILLE - Sackville Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                   FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                 Item 1, Vol. 1 & 2, p70

SADLEIR - Sadleir Family of Hackney, Middlesex and Standon, Hertford-            UMI FICHE G-52
shire, England on page 91 of: Ancestry of Jeremy Clarke of Rhode Island
and Dungan Genealogy.

SADLER - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones               FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was           Item 8
born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He
died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carol-
ina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they
lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later
settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in Sept-
ember 1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799
Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
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they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SAFFORD - Family Records of Coyer/Carrier and Armstrong. Family                  FHL FILM 1597908-Misc.
group records for the Carrier family of Quebec, and the Coyer & Armstrong        Item 3
families of Wisconsin. The surname Carrier was apparently altered to Coyer
by Louis Coyer, son of Louis Coyer and Marguerite Bonenfant, ca. 1800.
The lines traced are the ancestors of the compiler's paternal grandmother,
Beulah Mae Armstrong (1892-1958), a daughter of William Frank Armstrong
and Victoria Aletha Coyer, both of Wisconsin. Allied: Armstrong, Carrier,
Coyer, Safford, Shanks, Young and related families.

SALE - The Parke Society: clearing-house for research on all Park(e)s            FHL FICHE 6047329
immigrants from the British Isles. Newsletter of the Parke Society for the
interchange of genealogical data and history of the Park (and variant spell-
ings) families who came mainly from England, Ireland and Scotland. Some
allied families came from France and Sweden. Ancestors immigrated to
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Virginia in the
1600's. In the 1700's some settled in Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennsyl-
vania. During the 1900's some moved to Ontario (Canada) and to Arkansas.
California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan,
Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and
Wisconsin. Some primary family lines are of (but not limited to) Robert who
immigrated in 1635; Roger who lived in New Jersey in 1682; Thomas (1676-
1761) who lived in Essex County, Virginia in 1676; and James (1724-1769)
of Virginia. Later descendants also lived in New Brunswick, Canada, and
in Florida, Idaho, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota,
Oregon, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Allied: Gourley, Gray, Johnson,
Keefer, Parcque, Park, Parke, Parkes, Parks, Riggle, Sale, Shackleton,
Stamper and other related families.

SALE - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones Elliot.         FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was born               Item 8
10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He died
30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carolina.
Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they lived
in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later settling
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near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in September
1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799 Ben-
jamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SALES - Sayles country: a social history 1600-1986 and some descendants           FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
of John & Mary (Williams) Sayles of Providence, Rhode Island. John Sales          Item 1
(Sayles). Born ca. 1600, immigrated in 1630 from England to Charlestown,
Massachusetts. John and his family were listed in the passenger's list of the
Winthrop Fleet. Descendants and relatives lived in Massachusetts, Rhode
Island, North Carolina, New York and elsewhere. Allied: Annable, Ballou,
Carr, Fenton, Greene, Jenks, Olney, Phillips, Sales, Sayles & related families.

SALISBURY - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island by                   FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
B. F. Wilbour, p530.                                                              Item 1

SALM - The Eddy Family of Michigan, 1778-1981; Joseph Eddy (ca.1765-              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
1842) married twice and moved from Rhode Island to New York and then              Item 56
to Clinton County, Michigan. Descendants lived in New York, Michigan,
Indiana and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to the province of
Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Campbell, Eddy, Howe, Kyser,
Pennington, Salm and related families.

SALTER - Sarnia pioneers, the Vidal Family, 1784-1982; Richard Emeric             FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Vidal (1784-1854), after having served in the Royal Navy, immigrated from         Item 13
England to Sarnia Twp., Lampton County, Ontario about 1832; Descendants
lived in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and elsewhere; some descend-
ants immigrated to New York & elsewhere in the United States. Includes
some ancestors in England to 1665; Allied: Henry, Lillies, Morton, Pritchard,
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Salter, Strickland, Vidal and related families.

SAMPSON - The John Cary Descendants. Periodical for the interchange              FHL FICHE 6047161
& collection of genealogical & family history data about descendants of John
Cary in the United States. John Cary (d.1681), son of John Cary and grand-
son of William Cary, immigrated from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts
in 1634, later moving to Duxbury and then to Marshfield, Massachusetts.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Louisiana and
elsewhere. Includes announcements and reports for reunions of the John
Cary descendants. Allied: Cary, Ellery, Foster, Huntington, Keith, Kimball,
Sampson and related families.

SAMPSON - Eddy pedigree, ca. 1608-1802; Descendants of Samuel Eddy          FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
(1608-1688), son of William Eddy immigrated of England to New York in 1630. Item 1
Descendants and relatives 1617-1877 lived in New York and elsewhere.
Allied: Eddy, Freeman, Marion, Pratt, Sampson, Weston, Whipple & related
families.

SAMS - The Sams Family of Virginia. James Sams, Sr. (1686/1694-1726)             FHL FICHE 6017042
married Kathryn Allyn Tolbut about 1715 & acquired land in Essex County,
Virginia 1721. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee,
Kentucky, Illinois and elsewhere. Includes other Sams immigrants to the
United States and some Sams ancestry in England. Allied: Kelly, Reeder,
Roberts, Sams, Stephens and related families.

SAMSON - Massachusetts Society of Mayflower descendants: The Bow-                FHL FICHE 6331448
man Files. Descendants of families who arrived on the Mayflower have been
identified & their genealogies are included in the Bowman File. Mayflower
families of: Alden, Allerton, Billingford, Bradford, Brewster, Brown, Chilton,
Cooke, Doty, Eaton, Fuller, Hopkins, Howland, More, Priest, Rogers, Sam-
son, Soule, Standish, Warren, White, Winslow.

SAMUELS - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) and his            FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.       Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
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Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SANBORN - Duston-Dustin family genealogy. Thomas Dustin or Durston                   FHL FILM 6010435
(ca,1606-ca.1662) immigrated from England to Richmond Island near Casco
Bay, Maine. He married Elizabeth Wheeler before 1648 in New Hampshire,
and settled in Kittery, Maine by 1650. Descendants and relatives lived in
New England, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, California and
elsewhere. Some descendants became Mormons and lived in Utah, Idaho
and elsewhere. Some descendants lived in Quebec and elsewhere in
Canada. Includes some ancestors in England. First booklet also contains
records of the 33rd annual meeting of the Duston-Dustin Family Association
held in 1937; this booklet indicates that the first family historian and genealogist
was Harold Dustin Kilgore (d.1946). Allied: Bailey, Bates, Dustin, Duston,
Durston, Lane, Leavitt, Merrill, Morey, Quimby, Sanborn, Waterman and
related families.

SANBORN - Leavitts of America: genealogy compiled for Mrs. James               FHL FILM 1321408
Alanson Eldredge of Woods Cross, Utah. Thomas Leavitt (ca.1610-1696)           Item 9
immigrated from England to Hampton, New Hampshire. Descendants and
relativeds lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Iowa and else-
where. Some descendants became Mormons and lived in Utah, Nevada and
elsewhere. Some of the Mormon descendants immigrated to Cardston,
Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Abbott, Brown, Cushing, Dear-
born, Hamblin, Hardy, Hughes, Hunt, Jones, Lane, Leavitt, Locke, Merrill,
Sanborn, Shaw, Smith, Sprague, Towle, Truman, Waite, Wood and related
families.

SANDEFUR - A historical and genealogical sketch of the family of Willis David FHL FILM 1425278-Misc.
Headrick (1895-1966) from the Rhineland Palatinates in Germany to Lancaster Item 7
County, PA; Davidson County, NC; Dent County, MO & Tulsa County, OK
(1616-1997); Willis David Headrick was born in 1895 in MO to John David
Headrick & Virginia Harriet Watkins. He married Naomi Clark (1905-1997) in
1929. Willis died in Tulsa, OK. Covers Willis' & Naomi's ancestors and desc-
endants. Allied: Frank, Headrick, Hedrick, Sandefur, Watkins and related
families.

SANDERS - William Henry Brandenburg (ca. 1722-1796) immigrated from            FHL FICHE 6100925
Germany to Philadelphia in 1752 settling in Frederick County, Maryland.
Descendants lived in Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Iowa and Kansas. Allied:
Brandenburg, Brazelton, Drake, Killen, Lamb, Lee, Lees, Maxwell, Roquet,
Sanders and related families.

SANDERS - The descendants of John H. Jeffers (1844-1890)of Gallia              FHL FILM 0982194-Misc.
County, Ohio [1844-1975], and related families of: Berlt, Halley, Jeffers,     Item 8
King, McAllister, Northrup, Sanders.

SANDERS - Curtiss genealogical data, 1820-1971; William Edward Curtiss         FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
(1848-1925) son of Azor Curtiss, moved from New York to Ionia County,          Item 61
Michigan and married Mary Adaline York in 1875. Descendants lived in
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Michigan, Florida and elsewhere; Allied: Callard, Curtiss, Darby, Hawkins,
Hawley, Sanders, York and related families.

SANDERS - Hatcher, Stovall, Sanders, Dirks familiy genealogical data, ca.     FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1614-1980: applications for membership in the DAR and the Jamestown Soc-      Item 48
iety. William Hatcher (ca.1650-1680) immigrated from England to Henrico
County, Virginia. Josiah Stovall (1749-1798) married Mary (Polly) Hicks in
1768, and served in the Revolutionary War. They moved from Lunenburg
County, Virginia to Granville County, North Carolina and then to Lincoln
County, Georgia. Hatcher and Stovall descendants and relatives lived in
Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas & elsewhere.
Allied: Burton, Dirks, Hatcher, Hicks, Sanders, Sartor, Stovall and related
families.

SANDERSON - Call Family genealogy & family history, 1575-1959; Thomas         FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Call (1597-1676) married Bennett (?) Harrison and immigrated in 1636/1637     Item 42
from England to Charlestown, Massachusetts later moving to Malden, Mass-
achusetts. Descendants lived in New England & elsewhere. Some descen-
dants became Mormon converts, & moved to Utah, Idaho & elsewhere; In-
cludes some ancestors in England and Wales; Allied: Call, Bartlett, Green,
Jones, Neeley, Sanderson, Sprague.

SANDERSON - Genealogy & Memoirs of Isaac Stearns & his descend-               FHL FILM 1035622-Misc.
ants. Isaac Stearns (d.1671) & his family immigrated from England to Cam-     Item 6-7
bridge, Massachusetts. Charles Stearns (d.1895) immigrated from England to
Watertown, Massachusetts & married twice. Nathaniel Stearns immigrated
from England to Dedham, Massachusetts, married twice & died after 1690.
Descendants if the three immigrants lived throughout the United States.
Allied: Fiske, Hastings, Lawrence, Parker, Richardson, Sanderson, Stearns,
Wellington, Wheeler, Whitney and related families.

SANDERSON - Rev. Samuel C. Mitchell, his ancestors and descendants.           FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Samuel Calhoun Mitchell, (1806-1862) grandson of an Irish immigrant, marr-    Item 55
ied twice-widowed Mary (Polly) Parker Davis, moving in 1833 from Tenn-
essee to Hendricks County, Indiana. Ancestors lived chiefly in Tennessee
& North Carolina. Allied: Davis, Hamblen, Mitchell, Raber, Sanderson and
related families.

SANFORD - Sanford Genealogy the Branch of William Sanford of Madi-            UMI FICHE G-1941
son, New York of the sixth generation.

SANDS - The Duyckinck family allied families 1638: being a record of the      FHC FILM 1321129-Misc.
descendants of Evert Duyckinck who settled in New Amsterdam, now New          Item 12
York. "Evert Duyckinck came to this country about 1638 from Borken, a
village of North Brabant in Holland. He was in the service of the Dutch
West India Company and in 1640 was stationed at Fort Hope, near present
site of the city of Hartford, Connecticut. On September 9, 1646, he was
married to Hendrickje Simmons, a young woman from Noordthorn. He was
appointed Fire Warden in 1674 and admitted as freeman of the city of New
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York in 1698. He probably died in 1702. Descendants lived in New York
and elsewhere. Allied: Abeel, Allen, Alliger, Amour, Bancker, Bartow,
Beekman, Bicknell, Bigelow, Bleecker, Bown, Brown, Byvanck, Campbell,
Case, Chrystie, Codwise, Constable, Cox, Crommelin, Crooke, DePeyster,
Dodge, Duane, Duncan, Dunscomb, Duyckinck, Edgar, Foote, Hall, Herbert,
Hoffman, Hooglandt, Howland, Hunt, Huntington, Kerr, Kissman, Knox, LeRoy,
Livingston, Ludlow, Maggs, Mason, McVicker, Miller, Morton, Mumford,
Olcott, Osborn, Perry, Pierrepont, Price, Provoost, Rutgers, Sands, Smith,
Stoutenburgh, Tebault, Ten Eyck, thompson, Vanderbilt, Van de Water,
Van Rensselaer, Van Wyck, Veazy, Veidran, Verplanck, White, Whitney,
Willett, Williamson.

SANDY - Goss Genealogy, 1700-1928; Ephraim Goss, the son of Fred-                FHL FILM 1638365-Misc.
erick Goss, a major in the Revolutionary War was born in North Carolina          Item 7
in 1765; He and his wife, Ann Workman, had nine children; the first five born
in North Carolina; the others in Indiana. He died in 1833 at Gosport, Indiana.
Descendants lived in Indiana and elsewhere. Allied: Arnold, Edwards, Goss,
Hodges, Ratts, Sandy and related families.

SANDYS - Sandys Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                         FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                 Item 4, Vol. 5, p438

SANDYS - The ancestors of Arthur Orison Dillon and his poems. Son of             FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
Peter Orison Dillon and Belle Anne Cottingham Dillon, born 7 July 1873           Item 5
Lexington, LeSuer County, Minnesota. He later resided in Indiana, Wash-
ington and California where he was involved in the practice of law, public
service, church work and civic organizations. Ancestors and relatives lived
in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, Minnesota, Calif-
ornia, Indiana, Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut, Ohio, Vermont, Wash-
ington and elsewhere. Allied: Anthony, Ballard, Barnes, Beach, Beecher,
Birdseye, Brown, Burnnell, Buswell, Capen, Churchill, Cottingham, Curtis,
Dillon, Eames, Foot, Gill, Goodnow, Hayward, Holbrook, Holt, Jenckes,
Merriman, Mix, Niles, Potter, Pendleton, Rockwell, Royce, Sandys, Sheldon,
Sprague, Smith,Tefft, Tripp, Tucker, Turner, Webb, Wilcoxson, Wilmot
and related families.

SANFORD - Sanford Genealogy, from John Sanford of Boston, Massa-                 UMI FICHE G-1941
chusetts in 1631 to the descendatns of William Sanford of Madison, New
York, 1894.

SANFORD - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.              FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p532.                                                                   Item 1

SANFORD - Williams Genealogy: Ancestors and descendants of Luke                  FHL FILM 1321408
Stanton Williams and his wife Olive Miller Williams. John Williams married       Item 3
Jane Latham Hubbard in Groton, Connecticut in 1636. Descendant Luke
Stanton Williams was born 5 June 1832 in Brooklyn, Pennsylvania to Nelson
Alonzo and Maria Tewksbury Williams. He married Olive Miller (1828-1904)
on 17 March 1858 at Old Forge, Pennsylvania. He died 11 November 1893
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and Olive on 3 August 1904. Both are buried in the Corry Cemetery in
Corry, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived mainly in Pennsylvania, Ohio,
New York and California. Allied: Avery, Billings, Bracken, Cheseborough,
Denison, Donaldson, Fowle, Latham, Miller, Perkins, Reed, Sanford, Sargent,
Stanton, Stone, Tewksbury, Williams and related families.

SANDTNER - Sandtner tombstones (Barbara & Johann) in Chicago, Illin-              FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
ois & some history of the original St. Paul's Union Church building by Judith     Item 45
J. Busse.

SANTOS - Direct & allied lines of Carile Lummis Santos. A genealogy of            FHL FILM 1597740-Misc.
the ancestors of Carile Elizabeth Lummis born 14 aug 1906 in Wellsville,          Item 2-4
New York, the daughter of William Grant Lummis (1863-1931) & Nelle Gro-
ver Wilson (1880-1944). She married (1) on 8 August 1927 Armand S. Pey-
louret (div. 1936. He died 1961) and (2) on 19 June 1937 Albert Santos (1906-
1973). Carile lived in Oakland, California & Silver City, Nevada. She died in
1989? Allied: Dunn, Fuller, Higgins, Kessler, Lewis, Lummis, Morgan, Run-
yon, Santos, Terwilliger, Wilson, Winchell and related families.

SANTOS - Miscellaneous research files of Carile Elizabeth Lummis Santos           FHL FILM 1597740-Misc.
born 14 August 1906 in Wellsville, New York the daughter of William Grant         Item 25
Lummis (1863-1931) & Nelle Grover Wilson (1880-1944). She married (1) on
8 August 1927 Armand S. Peyloret (div. 1936. He died 1961) & (2) on 19 June
1937 Albert Santos (1906-1973), Carile lived in Oakland, California & Silver
City, Nevada. She died in 1989?. Allied: Coriell, Coryell, Covert, Grover,
Harris, Radar, Santos, Wilson and related families.

SARES - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames                UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
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Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SARGENT- Sargent Genealogy: Hugh Sargent of Courteenhall, North-               FHL FICHE 6016405
amptonshire and his descendants in England. William Sargent (d.1682) marr-     FHL FICHE 6016406
ied three times and immigrated (with his third wife and two daughters by his
first wife) from England to Charlestown, Massachusetts in 1638. They later
moved to Walden, and then Barnstabale, Massachusetts. Descendants lived
in New England, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan & elsewhere. Allied: Denny, Nich-
ols, Pratt, Rice, Sargent, Tuttle, Waite & related families.

SARGENT - Sargent record: William Sargent of Ipswich, Newbury, Ham-           FHL FICHE 6016407
pton, Salisbury and Amesbury, New England, United States: with his des-       FHL FICHE 6016408
cendants & their intermarriages & other Sargent branches. William Sargent     FHL FICHE 6016409
(1602-1675) immigrated during or before 1633 from England to Ipswich, Mass-
achusetts, married twice & finally settled at Salesbury, New Town (now Ames-
bury & Merrimac), Massachusetts in 1655. Descendants & relatives lived in
New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa,
& elsewhere. Allied: Colby, Currier, French, Kimball, Morrill, Patten Sargent
& related families.

SARGENT - The Sargent Genealogy: (1) Hugh Sargent of Counteenhall,             UMI FICHE G-462
Northamptonshire, England and his descendants in England by John S. Sar-
gent; (2) William Sargent of Malden, New England who came from Northamp-
tonshire, England in 1638 and his descendants in America by Aaron Sargent,
published 1895.

SARGENT - The Sargent Record: William Sargent of Ipswich, Newbury,             UMI FICHE G-463
Hampton, Salisbury and Amesbury, New England with his descendants and
their intermarriages and other Sargent branches by Edwin Everett Sargent,
published 1899.

SARGENT - The English Ancestors of Epes Sargent.                               UMI FICHE G-1939

SARGENT - Williams Genealogy: Ancestors and descendants of Luke                FHL FILM 1321408
Stanton Williams and his wife Olive Miller Williams. John Williams married     Item 3
Jane Latham Hubbard in Groton, Connecticut in 1636. Descendant Luke
Stanton Williams was born 5 June 1832 in Brooklyn, Pennsylvania to Nelson
Alonzo and Maria Tewksbury Williams. He married Olive Miller (1828-1904)
on 17 March 1858 at Old Forge, Pennsylvania. He died 11 November 1893
and Olive on 3 August 1904. Both are buried in the Corry Cemetery in
Corry, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived mainly in Pennsylvania, Ohio,
New York and California. Allied: Avery, Billings, Bracken, Cheseborough,
Denison, Donaldson, Fowle, Latham, Miller, Perkins, Reed, Sanford, Sargent,
Stanton, Stone, Tewksbury, Williams and related families.
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SARGENT - "A History of the Fee Family" supplement 2. Includes des-               FHL FILM 1698111-Misc.
cendants throughout Canada; Allied: Arthur, Fee, Graham, Hook, Lacon,             Item 4
Lakin, McAfie, McFee, McPhee, Phee, Sargent, Thomas & related families.

SARTOR - Hatcher, Stovall, Sanders, Dirks familiy genealogical data, ca.          FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1614-1980: applications for membership in the DAR and the Jamestown Soc-          Item 48
iety. William Hatcher (ca.1650-1680) immigrated from England to Henrico
County, Virginia. Josiah Stovall (1749-1798) married Mary (Polly) Hicks in
1768, and served in the Revolutionary War. They moved from Lunenburg
County, Virginia to Granville County, North Carolina and then to Lincoln
County, Georgia. Hatcher and Stovall descendants and relatives lived in
Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas & elsewhere.
Allied: Burton, Dirks, Hatcher, Hicks, Sanders, Sartor, Stovall and related
families.

SATTERFIELD - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) &               FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
his wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.    Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SATTERLY - Leonard Seay: Descendants and Kinfolk: Leonard Seay Sr.                FHL FICHE 6048644
(1774-1842) was born in Albemarle County, Virginia. He married Permelia
Hensley in 1796. They lived in Mercer County, Kentucky & later in Wash-
ington County, Kentucky. Descendants, some spelling the surname Sea &
relatives lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, California & else-
where. Allied: Bowen, Brown, Drury, Robinson, Satterly, Sea, Seay, and
related families.

SATTERWHITE - The Edward Pleasants Valentine papers; Abstracts of                 FHL FICHE 6051221
records in the local and general archives of Virginia relating to the families    (33 fiche) filed under
of: Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Batchelder, Brassieur (Brashear), Cary, Crenshaw,      BOOKS ON MICROFICHE
Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Frontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham (Henrico County),             in grey file cabinet.
Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann, Mosby, Palmer, Pasteur, Pleasants, Povall,
Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith (the Smith family of Francis Smith of
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Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston, Womack, Woodson.
Richmond, VA; Valentine Museum 1927, 4 Vols. A collection of genealogies
of early Virginia families. Includes name and subject indexes.

SAUERBRY - Genealogym Welch-Nichols. Rufus Nichols (1792-1870) marriedFHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
Philena Root and moved from Vermont to land near Detroit, Michigan, later      Item 42
moving to Iowa and then to Manka-to, Minnesota. John Herbert Welch (1835-
1906) immigrated from St. Johns, Ontario to Volga City, Iowa, married Rachel
Almira chilison (Widow of Phillip Doddridge Chilson), and later moved to
Arlington, Iowa. Descendants and relatives lived in Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan,
Illinois, Washington and elsewhere. Allied: Bowen, Chilson, Fuerste, Kruempel,
Nichols, Sauerbry and Welch families.

SAUGSTAD - Index to "The Hans H. Bangen Family History by Nancy                   FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Stout. Allied: Aubol, Bangen, Estenson, Saugstad, Sergeant, Stromsmoe,            Item 56
Stubson.

SAUNDERS - Roots in Virginia; an account of Capt. Thomas Hale, Virginia           FHL FICHE 6048295
frontiersman, his descendants & related families; with genealogies & sketches
of the following allied families: Claiborn, Hale, Lacy, Lucke, Saunders, Tobin.

SAUSEN - Familien-Archiv Sausen. Tables of Births, Marriage & Death               FHL FILM 1183547-Misc.
for the Sausen Families of Bengel, Rheinland, Germany & surnames from             Item 11
1580-1891.

SAVACOOL - Leister Family; Philip Leister (b.1723) & his family, together         FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
with his brother John Nicholas and his family immigrated to Philadelphia,         Item 18
Pennsylvania in 1750 & settled in Pennsylvania. Descendants listed through
1929 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Leister, Savacool, Souder and
related families.

SAVAGE - Of Mary Brewster; the identity of Mary, wife of Elder William            FHL FICHE 6035740
Brewster of the Mayflower voyage of 1620 from Plymouth, England to New
Plymouth, New England (now Massachusetts). Ancestry of Mary (Wyrall)
Brewster, daughter of Thomas Wyral and Beatrix Wentworth, who married
William Brewster about 1590. Her ancestry to 1338 A.D. lived in various
parishes in the counties of Yorkshire, Nottingham, Derbyshire, Oxford,
Buckingham and elsewhere. Allied: Brewster, Butho, Grene, Hastings,
Knevitt, Lygon, Malory, Rede, Savage, Wentworth, Wyrall.

SAVAGE - The Descendants of Hugh Brent immigrated to Isle of Wight                UMI FICHE G-912
County, Virginia in 1642, by Chester Horton Brent, 1936. Includes lineage
of the allied families of: Bernard, Behethland, Brent, Bunting, Curd, Dogg-
ett, Edmonds, Fleet, Hathaway, Lawson, Nevil, Newton, Nutt, Savage, Vau-
ghan and Wale families. And notes from some diaries (1793-1909) of the Pied-
mont section of Virginia.

SAVAGE - A genealogical history of the Savage Family of Ulster. Being             FHL FILM 0990415-Misc.
a revision & enlargement of certain chapters of "The Savages of the Ards."        Item 4
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SAVAGE - The ancient & noble family of the family of the Savages of the          FHL FILM 00990415-Misc.
Ards. With sketches of English & American branches of the house of Savage.       Item 5

SAVAGE - A genealogy of the first five generations in America of the             FHL FILM 1016918-Misc.
Lang family: descendants of Robert Lang, fisherman, of the Isles of Shoals       Item 3
and of Sagamore Creek, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; born before 1650,
married 1668, Ann Williams: with some notices of allied Sagamore Creek &
Portsmouth families. Robert Lang (d.1716) married Ann Williams in 1668 &
lived in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Descendants & relatives lived in New
England, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Idaho and elsewhere. Allied: Beck, Brooking,
Jeffry, Jones, Lang, Moses, Peverly, Savage, Sherburne, Staples, Walford,
Wallis, Williams and related families.

SAWIN - Tenny. A genealogical chart of the maternal ancestry of George           FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Parmelee Castle (b.1851) for whom it was compiled. Thomas Tenney (1614-          Item 4
1699/1700) immigrated from Yorkshire, England to Virginia in 1638, & settled
in Massachusetts that same year. Includes descendants to 1912 living in New
England, New York, Hawaii and elsewhere. Allied: Griswold, Kingsbury,
Sawin, Tenney and related families.

SAWTELL - Data from 1277-1906 A.D. in England and America concern-               UMI FICHE G-2089
ing the following families: Bancroft, Bradstreet, Browne, Dudley, Emerson,
Gambley, Goodridge, Gould, Hartshorne, Hobson, Kemp, Kendall, Metcalf,
Nichols, Parker, Poole, Sawtell, Wainwright and Woodman.

SAWYER - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
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marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SAWYER - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.               FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p536.                                                                   Item 1

SAXE - Genealogy of the Saxe Family.                                             UMI FICHE G-1848

SAXON KINGS OF ENGLAND - Ancestors & Descendants of William                      UMI FICHE G-1708
Randall (1609-1693) of Scituate, Massachusetts. Allied: Alexander, Andrew,
Barstow, Benedict, Besse, Bone, Boyce, Bridgum, Bumpass, Burr, Canfield,
Carlovingian Line, Carlson, Chapin, Counts of Anjou, Counts of Eu, Counts
of Hainault, Counts of Toulouse, Counts of Vermandois, Curtis, Davidson,
DeBeaumont, DeBohun, DeBotetourt, DeGael, DeLusignan, DeMandeville,
DeMortimer, DePeshall, DeTony, DeWarren, Darby, Derby, Downing,
Dukes of Aquitaine & Saxony, Fulwood, Gage, Gilbert, Goodman, Gunne,
Harriman, House of Capet, Hunter, Ives, Knight, Lombard, Marsh, Marvin,
Marchant, Merchant, Merriman, Messenger, Miles, Mitchell, Morris, Mytton,
Orr, Parker, Penny, Prudden, Randall, Rawlins, Rich, Saxon Kings of Eng-
land, Scottish Kings, Skelton, Stoddard, Tomes, Taylor, Tompkins, Travis,
Vincent, Ware, Warham, Welles, Whelden, Wise.

SAXONY - Dukes of Saxony; Ancestors & Descendants of William Randall             UMI FICHE G-1708
(1609-1693) of Scituate, Massachusetts. Allied: Alexander, Andrew, Barstow,
Benedict, Besse, Bone, Boyce, Bridgum, Bumpass, Burr, Canfield, Carlo-
vingian Line, Carlson, Chapin, Counts of Anjou, Counts of Eu, Counts of
Hainault, Counts of Toulouse, Counts of Vermandois, Curtis, Davidson, De
Beaumont, DeBohun, DeBotetourt, DeGael, DeLusignan, DeMandeville,
DeMortimer, DePeshall, DeTony, DeWarren, Darby, Derby, Downing,
Dukes of Aquitaine & Saxony, Fulwood, Gage, Gilbert, Goodman, Gunne,
Harriman, House of Capet, Hunter, Ives, Knight, Lombard, Marsh, Marvin,
Marchant, Merchant, Merriman, Messenger, Miles, Mitchell, Morris, Mytton,
Orr, Parker, Penny, Prudden, Randall, Rawlins, Rich, Saxon Kings of Eng-
land, Scottish Kings, Skelton, Stoddard, Tomes, Taylor, Tompkins, Travis,
Vincent, Ware, Warham, Welles, Whelden, Wise.

SAYER - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames               UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
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Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SAYLER - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and                  FHL FICHE 6055208
history of the Harless (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from
Alsace, Austria, Bavaria, England, Germany, Prussia, Russia, Sweden, Swit-
zerland and Wales. Focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Johan or
John Phillip Harless (1716-1772) of Germersheim, Germany, who married
Anna Margareta Preisch (Price), and immigrated to the Shenandoah Valley
of Virginia ca. 1738. Hayerlas (Harless) families lived in Holanbrunn, Wiesen-
muhle and Wunseidel areas as early as the 15th century. Some settled in
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia in the
1600-1700's. During the 1800's some moved to Alabama, Arkansas, California,
Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mich-
igan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York,
North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Later descendants & relatives
also lived in Korea and in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Montana, New
Mexico, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Some had
Cherokee and other American Indian Bloodlines. Some had African Amer-
ican Bloodlines. Allied: Bailey, Ball, Barker, Brooks, Charles, Copley, Crin-
er, Drawdy, Drody, Droddy, Eplin, Epling, Evans, Foust, Gann, Haarlass,
Hairlas, Halless, Harelas, Harlas, Harless, Harlep, Harlice, Harlis, Harliss,
Harlles, Harloss, Harlues, Harlus, Harrlis, Hayerlas, Hearles, Hearls, Heir-
less, Herlas, Herles, Herlos, Hesless, Hoffman, Hollis, Horles, Horlos, Hurias,
Hurles, Hurless, Hurleys, Kaywood, Killian, Lore, McCasland, Moon, Peden,
Preisch, Preiss, Preisz, Price, Prichard, Pritchard, Ridenour, Sayler, Seyler,
Siler, Sylar, Syler, Stampe, Tillman, Tilman, Underwood and related families.

SAYLES - Frederick Clark Sayles pedigree, ca.1583-1880. Ancestors and             FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
descendants of Frederick Clark Sayles, who was born in 1835, the son of           Item 2
Clark Sayles and Mary Ann Olney. He married Deborah Wilcox in 1861.
They had five children, 1868-1880. Clark Sayles (1797-1885), son of Ahab
Sayles (1760-1849) and Lillis Steeve, married mary Ann Olney, daughter of
Paris Olney (1770-1850) and Mercy Winsor, in 1822. IN; Pedigree Chart
Collection at the Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, Vol. 2, Sa.
Allied: Olney, Sayles.
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SAYLES - William Francis Sayles Pedigree, ca. 1583-1886. Ancestors and        FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
descendants of William Francis Sayles who was born in 1824, the son of        Item 2
Clark Sayles and Many Ann Olney. He and his wife Mary, were married
in 1849. They had seven children. Clark Sayles (1797-1885), son of Ahab
Sayles (1760-1849) and Lillis Steeve, married Mary Ann Olney, daughter of
Paris Olney (1770-1850) and Mercy Winsor, in 1822. IN: Pedigree Chart
Collection at the Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, Vol. 2 Sa.
Allied: Olney, Sayles.

SAYLES - Sayles country: a social history 1600-1986 & some descendants          FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
of John and Mary (Williams) Sayles of Providence, Rhode Island. John            Item 1
Sales (Sayles). Born ca. 1600, immigrated in 1630 from England to Charlestown,
Massachusetts. John and his family were listed in the passenger's list of the
Winthrop Fleet. Descendants and relatives lived in Massachusetts, Rhode
Island, North Carolina, New York and elsewhere. Allied: Annable, Ballou,
Carr, Fenton, Greene, Jenks, Olney, Phillips, Sales, Sayles & related families.

SAYLES - Some descendants of Gov. Rev. Roger Williams: 1599-1683.             FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
Roger Williams (1599-1683) came to Massachusetts in 1631 and later founded    Item 64
Rhode Island in 1636. He married Mary Barnard. Allied: Sayles, Waterman,
Williams, Winsor.

SCALES - Among Cousins - the Bland Family newsletter; Allied: Atkyns,         FHL FICHE 6047133
Balch, Bennett, Bland, Blann, Blanton, Cassololis, Cooke, Deblere,            Vol. 1
Donahoo, Foreman, Gwatkins, Huckaby, Ivens, Key, Lewis, Menthru,              FHL FICHE 6047097
Norwood, Patterson, Pearson, Permit, Pettison, Peveto, Poythress, Purmit,     Vol. 2-3
Randolph, Scales, Turner, Waggoner, Wiggonton.

SCALES - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) and his          FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.    Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SCARBOROUGH - Northern Kentuck family archives; Surnames: Bartlow,            FHL FILM 1697363-Misc.
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Biggs, Brennan, Dicken, Diggs, Herndon, Johnson, Mahaffey, Neville,              Item 5
Plantagenet, Revel, Rusk, Scarborough, Stafford, St. Ledger, Tarvin.

SCARTH - The Wideman Family; Desendants of various Wideman/Weid-                 FHL FILM 0962171-Misc.
man individuals who emigrated to this continent in the late 1700's and settled   Item 2
primarily in various counties of Pennsylvania. Allied: Fretz, Lehman, Scarth,
Sherk, Slogett, Stouffer, Weidman, Wideman and related families.

SCATTERGOOD - William Scattergood Ancestral Chart, ca.1685-1890;                 FHL FILM 0020994-Misc.
William Scattergood was born in 1890, the son of Charles C. Scattergood &        Item 7
Mary Y. Davis. Charles C. Scattergood was born in East Goshan Township,
Pennsylvania, in 1867, the son of William Scattergood (b.1844) and Lydia
Eldridge (1842-1884). He married Mary Y. Davis, daughter of James Davis
(1826-1911) & Lydia Hoppes (1826-1898), at the Arch St. Meeting, Philadel-
phia, in 1889. In: Miscellaneous pedigree charts, marriage certificates, etc.
Allied: Davis, Eldridge, Hoopes, Scattergood.

SCHACKE - Shockey history & genealogy; Johann Christoffel Schacke                FHL FILM 1035570-Misc.
(ca.1715-1796) immigrated from the Palatinate of Germany to Philadelphia,        Item 2
Pennsylvania; his anglicized name was John Christopher Shockey. Descen-
dants lived throughout the United States. Some descendants immigrated to
Saskatchewan & elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Brooks, Fuller, Kahl, Kersting,
Markley, Mattingly, Ramsey, Rinehart, Schacke, Schultz, Shockey.

SCHAEFER - Rauscher Family History. Adolph Friedrich Rauscher born               FHL FICHE 6046537
1656, son of Adam Rauscher and Friedericke Ruckh, immigrated from Ger-
many to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Another son, Jakob Johann Rauscher
(1854-1917) married Rosine Katharine Fuchs and their son, Gottlob Johann
Rauscher (1897-1965), married twice and immigrated to Allentown, Pennsyl-
vania (he returned to Germany in 1963 and died there). Descendants lived
in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, New York & elsewhere. Includes
ancestors in Germany to the 1700's. Allied: Bausch, Baush, Campolongo,
Campilongo, Rauscher, Schaefer and related families.

SCHAEFER - The Keffer lineage, through Bertolet, Detruk, Foch,                   FHL FILM 0517233-Misc.
Hechler, Hoch, Huyett, Schaefer, and Young families of Pennsylvania.             Item 7

SCHAEFFER - Kamp Family of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Hans                      FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
George Kamp, (born ca.1700) and his family immigrated from the Palatinate        Item 22
of Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1749, settling in Berks County,
Pennsylvania; Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Ohio,
Illinois, California and elsewhere; Allied: Bechtel, Daubert (Dauber),
Gotwald, Gotwalt, Gottwalt, Hoffman, Kamp, Schaeffer and related families.

SCHAFFER - Lewis Griffin and John Hart families of Montgomery County,            FHL FILM 0824080-Misc.
Pennsylvania: compiled from many sources. John Hart (1828-1911) was born         Item 2
in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (possibly Blue Bell). His parents were
Solomon Hart & Hannah Lyle of Whitpain Twp., Montgomery County, Penn-
sylvania. He married Elizabeth Ann Jones (1834-1907) daughter of Isreal &
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Harriot Jones. They were the parents of three children: Ida Jane (b.1854),
Charles Jones Hart (b.1855) and Harriet (b.1858). They lived all their lives
in the area of Blue Bell & Center Square, Montgomery County, Pennsyl-
vania. Ida Jane Hart married Lewis Ellwood Griffin in 1876 at Camden, New
Jersey. He was a grandson of Lewis G. Griffin (1797-1886) and Margaret
Schranger (1798-1885) of Upper Twp. And who were buried near Oaks,
Pennsylvania. Several generations of descendants are given. Allied: Fulmer,
Griffin, Hallman, Hart, Machett, Schaffer, Schranger and related families.

SCHAIFE - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones              FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was           Item 8
born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He
died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carol-
ina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they
lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later
settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in Sept-
ember 1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799
Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SCHAMBACH - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
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sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SCHAMBO - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                  FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SCHAMGACK - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
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Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SCHAMGAUGH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SCHAPER - Schaper and Schnoor, two Lippische families in America;                  FHL FILM 1697588-Misc.
Johann Heinrich Schnoor (d.1874) & his wife, Theresa Catherina Kuhns,              Item 1
were born in Germany and immigrated to the United States, settling in Wis-
consin. Their son Jurgen Jacob Schnoor (1837-1905), married Johanna
Frederike Schaper (1845-1931), daughter of Frederich Karl Schaper and
Christina Maria Kiesau, in 1865. Descendants lived in Wisconsin & Illinois.
Allied: Schaper, Schnoor.

SCHARER - Our Pfralz roots are true - a genealogy of Kochert & Nieb                FHL FILM 1035755-Misc.
families of the Rhineland-Palatinate. Fredrich Kochert (1825-1891) married         Item 11
Elisabeth Nieb, and immigrated about 1853/54 from the Palatinate of Ger-
many to Cincinnati, Ohio, later moving to Lewisville, Summit County, Ohio,
later moving to Marr, Monroe County, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio,
North Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, California
and elsewhere. Includes ancestors in Germany to about 1600. Allied: Clift,
Haas, Kochert, Myers, Nieb, Parks, Scharer, Steinhoff and related families.

SCHATZ - Strahl & Fanselow family records; ancestors & descendants of              FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
Johann Chirtian Friedrich Strahl & Christina Maria Frederika Fanselow of           Item 10
Lapitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany who emigrated to Illinois in 1871
settling in Clifton, Illinois. Allied: Bach, Fanselow, Meier, Schatz, Stegemann,
Strahl and related families.
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SCHAU - Zschau Family Records; Family group sheets for the descen-                FHL FILM 1597666-Misc.
dants of the immigrant sons of Karl Gotthelf Zchau who was born in 1835 in        Item 8
Germany and died there in 1897. Several of his children came to America
about 1880 and their descendants settled in the Chicago area. Today many
still remain in the midwest while others have moved west to Oregon, Utah
and elsewhere. At least one family of his descendants joined the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Many of his descendants continued in his
occupation of gardener and florist. Allied: Curtis, Leitherer, Rowe, Schau,
Shaw, Stevens, Zschau and related families.

SCHAUB - The Gills Pier Bohemians; Biographical information on the                FHL FILM 1598029-Genealogy
descendants of several Bohemian families who came to America in the mid-          Item 3
19th century and settled in Michigan. These families intermarried and many
descendants have remained in Michigan. They settled on the banks of Lake
Michigan near Gills Pier, Michigan. Allied: Egeler, Houdek, Kalchik, Kol-
arik, Korson, Schaub, Sedlacek, Steimel and related families.

SCHAUBLIN - Biographical and research data for Shivley researchers;               FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
Shively Family probably originated as the "Schaublin" family from Switzer-        Item 7
land. Various families settled in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West
Virginia, Indiana and elsewhere. Allied: Schaublin, Shivley.

SCHEETS - Reichert & Richards family of Bucks & Montgomery County,                FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Pennsylvania. Rudolph Reichert (1686-1770) and his family immigrated from         Item 13
Switzerland or Germany to what is now Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Des-
cendants listed through 1967 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Beltz,
Mininger, Reichert, Richards, Scheets, Shuler and related families.

SCHELL - Researches after the descendants of John Christian Schell and            FHL FICHE 6046625
John Schell. John Christian Schell (ca.1730-1782) & his brother, John Schell
(fl.1782), emigrated from Baden, Germany, before 1755 & settled in German
Flats or the Mowhawk Valley, New York. There they purchased farms, marr-
ied and raised their families. John Christian Schell and his wife Maria had
eight children, 1756-1773, all born at Schells Bush, New York. John Schell
and his wire, Barbara, had seven children, all born at Schells Bush. John
Christian Schell and one of his sons were killed in an attack by Torries and
Indians in 1782. Descendants of John Christian and John Schell listed lived
in New York, Ontario, Michigan and elsewhere. Record chiefly follows
Schell name only until the fourth, fifth & sixth generation. Allied: Armstrong,
Chaffey, Cline, Jarvis, Overhold, Schell, Waddingham and other related
families.

SCHELL - Hahn Family Records,1712-1976; Johannes Hahn (1712-1793),                FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
married Elizabeth Margaretha Forster (ca.1715-ca.1760) in 1736/37 & immi-         Item 77
grated in 1751 from Germany to Lincoln County, North Carolina. About
1763 he married Agnes Langlin. Benedict Hahn (b.1750), a son of Johannes
and Elizabeth, married a Miss Houck, and moved from North Carolina to
Cape Girardeau (now Bollinger) County, Missouri. Descendants & relatives
lived in North Carolina, Missouri, Arkansas, North Dakota and elsewhere.
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Allied: Bishop, Bonnel, Englehart, Hahn, Schell, Schumacher, Shell, Wilhite
and related families.

SCHERER - Mensch, Moser, Ochs, , Scherer, Sherer, Simon, Stocker,                FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
Roeder families of Northampton, Lehigh & Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania            Item 6
1712-1913.

SCHERER - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) and his            FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.       Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SCHERER - The Scherer family of Montgomery County, Illinois by                   FHL FILM 1321362-Gen.
Watler R. Sanders.                                                               Item 6

SCUDDER - Genealogical notes of Barnstable, Massachusetts families,              UMI FICHE G-2091
being a reprint of the Amos Otis papers. Surnames include: Allyn, Annable,
Bachiler, Bacon, Baker, Barker, Bassett, Bates, Bearse, Benjamin, Berry,
Betts, Blachford, Blossom, Blush, Bodfish, Bordon, Bourman, Bourne, Bry-
ant, Bumpas, Bursley, Butler, Bryant, Cammet, Cannon, Carseley, Chapman,
Child, Chipman, Claghorn, Clap, Cobb, Codworth, Coggin, Coleman, Coop-
er, Cotelle, Crocker, Davis, Dean, Delap, Dexter, Dimmock, Easterbrooks,
Ewell, Ewer, FitzRandolphe, Foster, Foxweil, Freeman, Fuller, Garrett, Gil-
bert, Gilpin, Goodspeed, Gorham, Green, Hall, Hallett, Hamblin, Hammond,
Hatch, Hathaway, Hersey, Hicks, Hilliard, Hinckley, Howes, Howland, Huc-
kins, Hull, Isum, Jackson, Jenkins, Jones, Lewis, Linnel, Litchfield, Lombard,
Lothrop, Marston, Mayo, Otis, Phinney, Robinson, Scudder and Smith.

SHERER - Mensch, Moser, Ochs, , Scherer, Sherer, Simon, Stocker,                 FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
Roeder families of Northampton, Lehigh & Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania            Item 6
1712-1913.

SHERMERHORN - Bovee Family Genealogical Data, ca.1660-ca.1966.                   FHL FILM 1535171-Gen.
Genealogical Collection for Bovee individuals and families, in alphabetical      Item 1-15
order by given name. This collection contains much genealogical data and
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some family history, ca.1660-ca.1966, for Bovee individuals living in New
York and elsewhere in the United States. The earlies family record in this
collection is for Claes Bovee (b.1692), son of Mattheus Bosie and Catrina
Barries, born in Brooklyn, New York. Claes was christened in the Dutch
Reformed Church, and married Coirnelia Pieterse Brouwer in 1714, also in
the Dutch Reformed Church. They had eight children between 1717 and
1732. Simiar data is listed for each family unit, arranged in twenty folders
called Vol. 1 followed by A-Z designations of given names in alphabetical
order. Vol. 1. A-O: Nicholas Bovee Family Genealogy; Descendants and
seven brothers and sisters of Nicholas Bovee (1807-1887) moved from New
York to Illinois in 1845/46; filed alphabetically by given name. Allied
surnames: Benton, Bevee, Bosie, Bovee, Bovie, Cook, Doolittle, Houck,
Huyck, Huyk, Laughlin, Schermerhorn, Van Patten, Van Vranken, Vedder
and related families.

SCHIESSWOHL - Throne Genealogy & miscellaneous records, 1835-1979;              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Jacob Throne & his family moved from Kansas to Kingfisher, Oklahoma ca.         Item 53
1890, where he died after 1905; Descendants lived in Oklahoma, Colorado,
California and elsewhere. Allied: Hawkins, Martin, Peterson, Preston, Tripp-
lett, Schiesswohl and related families.

SCHILDER - Oliver family history: James Alexander Oliver and Louisa           FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
Zephaline Howell; James Alexander Oliver was born 3 July 1859 in Center Twp., Item 47
Guernsey County, Ohio. He was the son of Nixon Oliver and Nancy DeSelm
who were English immigrants. James married Louisa Zephaline Howell on 14
November 1880. They lived in Ohio and were the parents of twelve known
children. Descendants lived primarily in Ohio and elsewhere. Allied: Edgell,
Matchett, McLean, Oliver, Orndorff, Schilder.

SCHLAGEL - The Other Kroupa; Leopold Kroupa immigrated to                       FHL FILM 1598029-Genealogy
America from Bohemia in 1851 with his wife, Petronilla, and their four living   Item 1
children; Ten of their chilfren died of scarlet fever during a Bohemian
epidemic. They settled in Michigan where they bought land but generally
became merchants. Information on many of his descendants are included
in this volume. Many of them have remained in Michigan while several live
throughout the United States. Allied: Bendickson, Kroupa, Lada, Murma,
Schlagel, Wilhelm and related families.

SCHLEICH - The house of Hill; the story of the Hills & other allied families.   FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
John Hill married Elizabeth Suggett (1696-1767) and they had four children.     Item 5
After she died in 1735, he married Betty Hammond. She gave him six child-
ren before she died in 1771. The family migrated from Virginia to West
Virginia and settled in Pickaway County, Ohio. Allied: Cardiff, Coleman,
Covington, Davis, Florence, Galbreath, Gilliland, Graham, Gulick, Hamilton,
Hammond, Hill, Hott, Kinnear, Litten, McKinley, Porter, Schleich, Sharp,
Shawhan, Trump, Whiteside, Wilson, Wittich, Yoakum and related families

SCHLEIERMACHER - Genealogical notes of Katherine Eastwick Jones                 FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
Muckle No.13, Martin Kendig (-1748), Kendrick. The Kendig/Kundige/Ken-          Item 10
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drick brothers, Martin, Jacob, George, Henry & Abraham arrived in Amer-
ica at various times between 1709 & 1718. Martrin (d.1748) immigrated from
Switzerland in 1709. He married thrice: Elizabeth, Ann and Barbara. One
son, John Jacob Kendrick and his wife, Prudence had eight children who
remained chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Bartow, Kendig, Kendrick, Muck-
le, Schleiermacher, Slaymaker, Smith and related families.

SCHLINSOG - The Schlinsog Genealogy: Carl August Schlinsog & Anna                   FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
Rosina Neidner & their descendants in America. Carl August Schlinsog was            Item 38
born ca.1810 in Prussia. He married Anna Rosina Neidner prior to 1841. They
immigrated to the United States with their four children in 1853. Carl settled in
Grant County, Wisconsin. His son William moved to Waukesha County,
Wisconsin. Descendants of Carl and William lived primarily in Wisconsin and
Illinois. Allied: Beil, guk, Hessel, Keller, Krause, Lustig and Schlinsog families.

SCHLOTZHAUSER - A partial record of the descendants of Valentin                 FHL FILM 1321408-Misc.
Knechtel & Eva Maria Gluck. Valentin Knechtel (1776-ca.1856), son of Jakob      Item 5
Knechtel (1750-1814) and Magdalena Strack, married Eva Maria Glucd in
1799. They immigrated in 1831 from Germany to Preston, Ontario. Descen-
dants & relatives lived in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British
Columbia & elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Wiscon-
sin, Minnesota, South Dakota & elsewhere in the United States. Allied: Bech-
tel, Bibelheimer, Durst, Glucd, Gluck, Helwing, Knechtel, Luneke, McClay,
Nechtel, Oppertshauser, Quast, Seegmiller, Schlotzhauser, Schmitt, Suther-
land, Zimmer, Zurbrigg and related families.

SCHMID - Bauer Family Records; Martin Bauer (1707-1781) married Ana             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Barbara Schempp 1740; immigrated from Germany to Lehigh County, PA in           Item 7
1752; Descendants lived in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Includes German
ancestors to the 1550's. Allied: Bauer, Confer, Fetzer, Kittel, Kuehn, Schmid
and related families.

SCHMIDT - Genealogy of George Smith/Schmidt and Rebecca Bowen,                  FHL FICHE 6093643
1731-1982. George Smith or Schmidt was the only child of German parents
who immigrated to Virginia in 1735. He married Rebecca Bowen ca.1768
in Augusta, Botetourt County, Virginia. The couple moved later to Tenn-
essee and Kentucky, settling in the Cumberland Valley, where George
died in 1804. Descendants of George and Rebecca have lived in Kentucky,
Tennessee, Iowa, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Baugh, Bowen, Branch,
Bruton, Dearing, Gray, Schmidt, Smith and related families.

SCHMIDT - Smidt, Smitt, Smith, Smyth family of New Castle County, Dela-         FHL FICHE 6100099
ware & Washington County, Virginia. Hans George Smitt or Smidt was born
ca.1692 probably in Falun, Kopparberg County, Sweden. He was likely the
son of Petter Smitt of Falun, Sweden. Hans married Maria Stalcop 3 March
1720 in Sweden & they immigrated to the United States sometime prior to
Oct. 1720; Hans & Maria lived in New Castle County, Delaware and were
parents of six children; Hans died December 1753; Descendants lived in
Delaware, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied: Howell, MacDonnel, Petterson,
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Smidt, Smith, Smitt, Smyth, Stalcop, Worsham and related families.

SCHMIDT - Erchman, Carr & Lewis families; John Anreas Erchman (1757-            FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
1843) served in the Revolutionary War with Pennsylvania forces. Descen-         Item 27
dants thru 1912 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Carr, Erchman, Lewis,
Smith, Schmidt and related families.

SCHMIEDER - Hiestand Family; Henry Hiestand immigrated from Germany             FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
or Switzerland to Frederick County, Virginia. He served in the French and       Item 12
Indian War, and later lived in Orange, Dunmore & Shenandoah Counties,
Virginia. "According to his son Peter Hiestands Bible his father (Henry) died
October 5, 1779. His mother (name unknown) died January 12, 1777. Desc-
endants & relatives lived in Virginia, Washington, D.C., Ohio, Indiana, Ken-
tucky, Texas, Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, Arkansas, Montana, Washington &
elsewhere. Allied: Armstrong, Basom, Beagle, Burkett, Carter, Dissuis, Don-
oho, Finch, Gaston, Giffin, Gimlin, Helm, Hiestand, Immel, Jones, Lowry,
Lefferson, Mesnard, Moore, Mundwilder, O'Neal, Papin, Patterson, Punches
Rottler, Schmieder, Springer, Telford, Vessell, Wyndham & related families.

SCHMITT - A partial record of the descendants of Valentin Knechtel and          FHL FILM 1321408-Misc.
Eva Maria Gluck. Valentin Knechtel (1776-ca.1856), son of Jakob Knechtel        Item 5
(1750-1814) and Magdalena Strack, married Eva Maria Glucd in 1799. They
immigrated in 1831 from Germany to Preston, Ontario. Descendants & rel-
atives lived in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia,
& elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Wisconsin, Minn-
esota, South Dakota and elsewhere in the United States. Allied: Bechtel,
Bibelheimer, Durst, Glucd, Gluck, Helwing, Knechtel, Luneke, McClay,
Nechtel, Oppertshauser, Quast, Seegmiller, Schlotzhauser, Schmitt, Suther-
land, Zimmer, Zurbrigg and related families.

SCHMOYER - Smith Family Records; Melchior Schmidt (1759-1854) moved             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
from Chester County to Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and married              Item 1
Charlotte Bilger ca.1785; Most descendants used the surname Smith & lived
in Pennsylvania, New York & elsewhere. Allied: Rehrer, Schmoyer, Sch-
wanger, Smith and related families.

SCHMUEKER - A brief history of the Anton Goebel and Margreth Elmer              FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
family; Anton Goebel was born 18 February 1886 in St. Charles, Cuming           Item 44
County, Nebraska. He was the son of Albert Goebel and Christina Kaufman.
Anton married Margreth Elmer 2 May 1916 in Snyder, Nebraska. They were
the parents of six known children. Descendants lived primarily in Nebraska,
California and elsewhere. Allied: Bartman, Elmer, Goebel, Hamik, Heine,
Schumueker and Wolslager families.

SCHNEBELLI - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and              FHL FICHE 6101576
history of the Baughman, Bachman (and variant spellings) families in who
mainly came from Germany and Switzerland and settled in America before
1900. Early ancestors settled in Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey,
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New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas and Washington D.C.. Later descendants
and relatives also lived in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Montana,
Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma,
Washington and elsewhere. Variant spellings: Bachman, Bachmann, Backman,
Bakeman, Bauchman, Bauchmann, Baughman, Baugman, Bauhman, Baukman,
Bauman, baumann, Bichman, Bochman, Bockman, Boughman, Buckman;
Allied: Black, Dietz (Deeds), Fielding, Pickle, Schnebelli, Snavely, Whitmer,
Young and other related families. Publication ceased with Oct. 1989 issue.

SCHNEIDER- Greider/Grider Tombstones. Greider and Grider surnames               FHL FILM 0020372-Misc.
were extracted from a "neglected grave-yard on the north side of Marietta       Item 31
Pike between Silver Springs and Marietta, Pennsylvania. In this same
grave-yard sometimes referred to as "Mussers" we also find Schneider,
Musser and Stauffer names. This cemetery is located in West Hempfield,
Twp. Greider surnames are taken from a "burial plot near Rowenna, Penn-
sylvania (Shock's Mills) on the north side of the new River Road between
Marietta and Bainbridge, Pennsylvania. This cemetery is probably also in
West Hempfield Twp. Greider names were taken from a "graveyard on the
Johns farm located in East Lampeter Twp., near Bard's Crossing." Kreider
names were taken from "an old Hess graveyard on the former Thomas'
farm in Conestoga Twp. Surnames found: Grider, Greider, Kreider, Musser,
Schneider, Stauffer.

SCHNEIDER - Genealogy of the Putnams: with addendum of Walter Scott           FHL FILM 1036667-Misc.
& Abigail E. (Bower) Putnam family. Andrew Buttman Sr. (ca.1720/1725-1777), Item 2
probably an immigrant, settled on land near Eakles' Mills, Maryland about
1770. Two of his sons, probably John and Peter, served in the Revolutionary
War, spelling the surname Putman. Descendants (also used Putman) and
relatives lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Illinois,
California and elsewhere. Allied: Ankeny, Bruner, Buttman, Keim, Pfeil, Pile,
Putman, Schneider, Sipe, Snyder and related families.

SCHNEIDER - Family Genealogical Records, 1649-1937, by George W.                FHL FILM 1183547-Misc.
Beste; Berend Adolph Beste (1649-1726) married Anne Margrethe Besten,           Item 10
had four children born in Oerlinghausen and died in Lamershagen,
Germany. Includes descendants to 1937 in Lippe and Westfalen. Allied:
Beerman, Beste, Bruning, Meyer, Schneider, Welge and related families.

SCHNOOR - Schaper and Schnoor, two Lippische families in America;               FHL FILM 1697588-Misc.
Johann Heinrich Schnoor (d.1874) & his wife, Theresa Catherina Kuhns,           Item 1
were born in Germany and immigrated to the United States, settling in Wis-
consin. Their son Jurgen Jacob Schnoor (1837-1905), married Johanna
Frederike Schaper (1845-1931), daughter of Frederich Karl Schaper and
Christina Maria Kiesau, in 1865. Descendants lived in Wisconsin & Illinois.
Allied: Schaper, Schnoor.

SCHOFF - The descendants of Jacob Schoff, born between 1725 & 1730              FHL FILM 1036825-Misc.
perhaps in Hornberg, Wurttenberg, Germany ; married Elizabeth Darrow            Item 1
(Devereaux?) 1752; he died in Brunswick, Vermont. He immigrated to Bos-
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ton in 1752 and settled in Ashburnham in 1757. Allied: Benedick, French,
Lamkin, Schoff, Stevens and related families.

SCHOFIELD - Teasdale Vital Records, 1788-1870; Thomas Teasdale (b.              FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
1788) married Hannah Cox. Descendants and relatives through 1870 lived          Item 38
in New Jersey, Illinois, Missouri and elsewhere. In: Miscellaneous Genea-
logical Records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1, leaves 369-370. Allied: Cox, Losey,
Miller, Schofield, Teasdale and related families.

SCHOONOVER - Klass Hendricks Van Schoonhoven (d.1661) and his                   FHL FILM 1321332-Gen.
brother Guert Hendrickse Van Schoonhoven, immigrated from Holland to            Item 14
Fort Orange (now Albany), New York between 1640 & 1648. He married
Neeltie Fredrickse in 1654 & died in Kingston, New York. Descendants
lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Oklahoma, Colorado & else-
where. Allied: Hays, Karr, Robinson, Schoonover and related families.

SCHOTT - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled about 1719 in            UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SCHRANGER - Lewis Griffin & John Hart families of Montgomery County,            FHL FILM 0824080-Misc.
Pennsylvania: compiled from many sources. John Hart (1828-1911) was born        Item 2
in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (possibly Blue Bell). His parents were
Solomon Hart & Hannah Lyle of Whitpain Twp., Montgomery County, Penn-
sylvania. He married Elizabeth Ann Jones (1834-1907) daughter of Isreal &
Harriot Jones. They were the parents of three children: Ida Jane (b.1854),
Charles Jones Hart (b.1855) and Harriet (b.1858). They lived all their lives
in the area of Blue Bell & Center Square, Montgomery County, Pennsyl-
vania. Ida Jane Hart married Lewis Ellwood Griffin in 1876 at Camden, New
Jersey. He was a grandson of Lewis G. Griffin (1797-1886) and Margaret
Schranger (1798-1885) of Upper Twp. And who were buried near Oaks,
Pennsylvania. Several generations of descendants are given. Allied: Fulmer,
Griffin, Hallman, Hart, Machett, Schaffer, Schranger and related families.

SCHRECK - Some ancestry and many descendants of Michael Schreck                 FHL FILM 1321332-Gen.
(1848-1928) who immigrated from Germany to Phelps, New York & married           Item 13
Mary Blind in 1878; they settled in Waterloo, New York. Allied: Rogers,
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Schreck, Triest and related families.

SCHRIVER - Descendants of James and Lettice Carskaddon of Chilles-                  FHL FICHE 6019469
quaque Twp., Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. Descendants thru
the eighth generation lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and elsewhere;
Allied: Caldwell, Carskaddon, Hastings, Herriott, Lupton, McCluskey,
Shriver and related families.

SCHRIVER - The descendants of Johann Adam Forney, 1557-1963. Johann                 FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
Adam Forney was born in 1690 to Christian and Madle Frick Forney. He                Item 4
married Elizabetha Lowisa in January of 1713. "In the year 1721 on the 16th
October, Johann Adam Forney and wife Louisa (sic) with four children
arrived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, having lived at Wachenheim-on-the-
hart (Mountain) in the Palatinate. He later settled in the neighborhood of
what is now Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania in 1734. Descendants lived
in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, Nebraska,
Illinois, California and elsewhere. Allied: Bailey, Bixler, Blott, Burns, Calvin,
Conkle, Cort, Crider, Critton, Decker, Dyck, Dye, Eaton, Farmer, Farne,
Farni, Farnir, Farny, Finley, Fisher, Ford, Forney, Forni, Fomich, Fomick,
Forny, Gerber, Gushall, Hammersley, Hart, Helmick, Henry, Johnson,
Kaufman, Kiefauber, May, Miller, Noll, Reusser, Rice, Robinson, Roth,
Rummel, Ruxegger, Schriver, Stackhouse, Taylor, Uli, Von Frane, Wolf,
Wright, Young, Zimmerman and related families.

SCHUDY - The history & genealogy of the Judy-Judah-Tschudy-                         FHL FILM 1035755-Misc.
Tschudin Family who have lived in American, Switzerland & other countries           Item 1
of the world. The family came from Switzerland to American between 1714
& 1860. Variant spellings: Judy, Judah, Schudy, Tschudi, Tschudin, Tschudy,

SCHUELER - The Bollenbacher, Gilcher, Weisenstein and Schueler                      FHL FILM 1597908-Misc.
Booklet; Otto Bollenbacher, born 1897 Germany. Immigrated to America ca.            Item 4
1912, settling in Ohio. Married Martha Slupecki 1918. Information on their
descendants along with material on many of his German ancestral lines is
included. Allied: Bollenbacher, Gilcher, Jacobs, Schueler, Weinenstein.

SCHULER - Memoir and genealogy of the Maryland and Pennsylvania                     FHL FILM 1036243-Misc.
family of Mayer which originated in the free imperial city of Ulm Wurtem-           Item 2
bert (sic), 1496-1878. The Mayer family immigrated to Maryland in 1752 and
gradually moved to Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Georgia and Halifax,
Nova Scotia. A cousin immigrated in 1784 to Baltimore. Allied: Humphreville,
Keim, Mayer, Miley, Schuler, Taylor and related families.

SCHULTZ - Shockey history & genealogy; Johann Christoffel Schacke                   FHL FILM 1035570-Misc.
(ca.1715-1796) immigrated from the Palatinate of Germany to Philadelphia,           Item 2
Pennsylvania; his anglicized name was John Christopher Shockey. Descen-
dants lived throughout the United States. Some descendants immigrated to
Saskatchewan & elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Brooks, Fuller, Kahl, Kersting,
Markley, Mattingly, Ramsey, Rinehart, Schacke, Schultz, Shockey.
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SCHULTZ - Leslie R. Abell, b.1899 and Reuben H. Abell were both des-            FHL FILM 1035668-Misc.
cendants of Robert Abell, d.1663, who immigrated to America from England        Item 7
in 1630 and died in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Reuben married Mary J. Well
Underwood in 1887. In 1917, Leslie married Emma Lena Laurment & they
had 3 children. His second wife was Emma Louise Clifford, born in 1908.
They had one child. Allied: Abell, Blowers, Coombs, Graziano, Schultz,
Short.

SCHULTZ - The American descendants of Gottfried and Marie Schultz of            FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; with selected information on the families of       Item 8
Detief and Elizabeth Seeman and Johannes and Johanna Dehmke. Gott-
fried Schultz was born in 1793 in Kiel. His three sons coame to the United
States about the time of the Civil War and settled in Iowa. Seeman family is
traced to John Seeman (1798-1873), born in Schleswig-Holstein, who died
in Iowa. Dehmeke traced to Johannes Paul Heinrich Dehmke, born in 1846 i
in Danischenhagen. Descendants lived in Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota, Minn-
esota and elsewhere. Allied: Dehmke, Schultz, Seeman, Strang, Thiesen,
Way and related families.

SCHUMACHER - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled ca.                  UMI FICHE G-1617
1719 in Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of
his descendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell,
Bergey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker,
Brunner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Det-
weiler, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross,
Hackman, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SCHUMACHER - High-Hock Family, 1542-1971, history of the Grabey,                FHL FILM 0824080-Misc.
Grebe, the Schumacher line and Steigerwalt family history. Allied: Grabey,      Item 5
Grebe, High-Hock, Hoch, Schumacher and Steigerwalt families.

SCHUMACHER - Hahn Family Records,1712-1976; Johannes Hahn (1712-                FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1793, married Elizabeth Margaretha Forster (ca.1715-ca.1760) in 1736/37 &       Item 77
immigrated in 1751 from Germany to Lincoln County, North Carolina. About
1763 he married Agnes Langlin. Benedict Hahn (b.1750), a son of Johannes
and Elizabeth, married a Miss Houck, and moved from North Carolina to
Cape Girardeau (now Bollinger) County, Missouri. Descendants & relatives
lived in North Carolina, Missouri, Arkansas, North Dakota and elsewhere.
Allied: Bishop, Bonnel, Englehart, Hahn, Schell, Schumacher, Shell, Wilhite
and related families.
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SCHUMACHER - Dickrell Family History by Cyril Dickrell. Nicolas De-             FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
grell (Dickrell) (1822-1904), son of Nicolas and Theresia (Nickels) Degrell,    Item 9
married Anna Jeanty (1824-1904), daughter of Nicolas & Madeleine (Gerard)
Jeanty, in 1854. Shortly after their marriages, they immigrated to the United
States. Descendants and relatives lived in Massachusetts, New York, Wis-
consin and elsewhere. Allied: Degrell, Dickrell, Jeanty, Schumacher, Yost
and related families.

SCHUMAN - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-          FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-            Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

SCHUTZ - Genealogy of the Schutz Family of Saxony, Germany.                     FHL FILM 1183618-Misc.
                                                                                Item 4

SCHUYLER - Josiah Hornblower and the first steam-engine in America:             FHL FILM 1011841-Misc.
with some nitices of the Schuyler copper mines at Second River, New Jer-        Item 3
sey: and a genealogy of the Hornblower family. Josiah Hornblower (1729-
1809) was born in Staffordshire, England, the son of Joseph Hornblower.
An engineer, he was working in Cornwall, when he was contacted by an
agent of Col. John Schyuler of New Jersey to erect a steam engine at Col.
Schyuler's cooper mine in America. He immigrated to America in 1753. He
married Elizabeth, a daughter of Col. William Kingsland & Margaretta Core-
ten of New Barbadoes Neck, Bergen County, New Jersey, in 1755. They
had twelve children, 1756-1777. He died at Belleville, New Jersey. Descen-
dants listed lived in New Jersey, New York and elsewhere. Also includes
the children of Josiah Hornblower's father and brother. Joseph Hornblow-
er (1696-1762), an engineer of Staffordshire, England, & his wife Rebecca,
are said to have had twelve children. Only the names of nine of them could
be determined. Their oldest son, Jonathan Hornblower (1717-1780), an en-
inent engineer, established himself in Cornwall ca. 1745. He and his wife,
Ann Carter, daughter of Thomas Carter, had thirteen children, 1744-1769.
Allied: Hornblower and Schuyler.

SCHUYLER - Memoir & genealogy of the Maryland & Pennsylvania                    FHL FILM 1036243-Misc.
family of Mayer which originated in the free imperial city of Ulm, Wurtem-      Item 2
berg (sic) 1496-1878; The Mayer family immigrated to Maryland in 1752 and
gradually moved to Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Georgia & Halifax, in
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1784 to Baltimore, Maryland. Allied: Humphreville, Keim, Mayer, Miley,
Schuler, Taylor and related families.

SCHWALBACH - Vital records of the family of Rudolph Nagel and his               FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
wife Susannah Margaret Elizabeth Schwalbach of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,      Item 28
1735-1853. Rudolph Nagel (1735.1753-1796) married Susannah Elizabeth
Schwalbach in 1773 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives
as located on church records, vital records, military records, Tax lists, etc.)
lived in Pennsylvania & elsewhere. IN: Miscellaneous genealogical records/
Milton Rubicam. Vol. 1, Leaves 319-329. Alled: Eckel, Nagel, Nail, Schwalbach
and related families.

SCHWALBACH - The personal record of Johann Heinrich Schwalbach                 FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
(Schwalbacher) & his daughter, Susanna Margaretha Elizabeth Schwalbach.        Item 33
Johann Heinrich Schwalbach & his family immigrated in 1754 from Germany
(via Rotterdam) to Philadelphia (arrival in October), and in November 1754,
Susanna Margaretha Elizabeth Schwalbach was born. Rudolph Nagel marr-
ied Susanna in 1773, includes a quotation from the journals of Henry Mel-
choir Muhlenberg regarding the election of Johann Heinrich Schwalbach
to be a deacon of the St. Michael's Lutheran Church in Philadelphia in
1763. In: Miscellaneous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1, leaves
346-348. Allied: Nagel, Schwalbach, Schwalbacher.

SCHWALBACHER - The personal record of Johann Heinrich Schwal-                  FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
bach (Schwalbacher) & his daughter, Susanna Margaretha Elizabeth Sch-          Item 33
walbach. Johann Heinrich Schwalbach & his family immigrated in 1754 from
Germany (via Rotterdam) to Philadelphia (arrival in October) & in November
1754 Susanna Margaretha Elizabeth Schwalbach was born. Rudolph Nagel
married Susanna in 1773, includes a quotation from the journals of Henry
Melchoir Muhlenberg regarding the election of Johann Heinrich Schwal-
bach to be a deacon of the St. Michael's Lutheran Church in Philadelphia
in 1763. In: Miscellaneous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1,
leaves 346-348. Allied: Nagel, Schwalbach, Schwalbacher.

SCHWANGER - Smith Family Records; Melchior Schmidt (1759-1854)                 FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
moved from Chester County to Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and               Item 1
married Charlotte Bilger ca.1785; Most descendants used the surname Smith
& lived in Pennsylvania, New York & elsewhere. Allied: Rehrer, Schmoyer,
Schwanger, Smith and related families.

SCHWARTZ - Our kin, past and present, the Kapinos family. Frank Kap-           FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
inos, Jr.(1829-1918) married Josepha Bauhall (1830-1867) and immigrated in     Item 11
1865 from Bohemia in Czechoslovakia to Manitowoc County, Wisconsin &
married Mary Machova in 1868. Descendants lived in Wisconsin, Minnesota,
South Dakota, Montana, Washington, Oregon and elsewhere. Some descen-
dants immigrated to Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta and elsewhere in Cana-
da. Allied: Behrendt, Blumer, Head, Kapinos, Plombon, Schwartz, Sterr &
related families.
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SCHWARTZ - A Schwarta Family History; Abraham Schwartz (1701-1787)                FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
& his brother Andrew Schwartz, sons of Andreas Schwartz, immigrated from          Item 63
Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1727. Abraham married twice and
settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Andrew married Catharine Kline
(Klein) and lived in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived
in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated
to Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. Includes ancestors in Germany, Eng-
land, Scotland and elsewhere. Allied: Dryden, Isreal, Moulder, Schwartz,
Swartz, Wildfong and related families.

SCHWENK - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled in about                  UMI FICHE G-1617
1719 in Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of
his descendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell,
Bergey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker,
Brunner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Det-
weiler, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross,
Hackman, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SCOGGIN - A brief biography of John Buckles: and a short outline of his         FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
ancestry and family, together with sketches of early settler life. John Buckles Item 70
was born in 1822 in Illinois, son of Robert Buckles and Mary (Polly) Birks.
His grandfather, John Buckles (1772-1842) was born in Virginia and died in
Illinois. John married Esther Scroggin in 1847, daughter of Carter T. Scroggin
(1796-1859), born in Kentucky. Descendants lived in Illinois, Oklahoma, Kansas,
Nebraska, Oregon and elsewhere. Allied: Birks, Buckles, Scroggin.

SCOON - The Grahams, ca.1834-1976; Kennedy Laurie Graham (b.1844)                 FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
his sister, Helen and her husband Robert W. Baxter (b.1834), immigrated in        Item 78
1864 from Scotland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They went to work for the
Union Pacific, as it was building westward, & eventually settled at Laramie,
Wyoming, moving later to Rawlins, Wyoming. Kennedy returned to Scotland
to visit his elderly parents and on the return voyage met and courted Elizabeth
Ann Cox. They were married in Philadelphia upon arrival in 1872, and went
to Rawlins. Descendants and relatives lived in Wyoming. Allied: Baxter, Cox,
Crawford, Erne, Graham, Parker, Scoon and related families.

SCOT - Early Bouland & Scot Relatives. William Bouland and his wife               FHL FICHE 6018662
Hannah Scott of South Carolina. Allied: Bouland, Scott.

SCOTT - Lane Family; the anestry and descendants of Rev. Tidence                  FHL FICHE 6019773
Lane; Samuel Lane (ca.1628-1681), son of Richard Lane & Alice Carter,
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immigrated in 1663 from England to Anne Arundel County, Maryland and
married Quaker widow Margaret Burrage in 1669; Descendants lived in
Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas &
elsewhere; Includes some ancestors in England. Allied: Hill, Hobbs, Lane,
Matthews, Scott, Walker, Wood.

SCOTT - Families of Royal Descent; The Norman Balliols in England:                 FHL FICHE 6026298
compiled in part from Mr. Wentworth Huyshe's "Harold and the Balliols,
with illustrations and additional matter, including two introductory and two
concluding chapters and a pedigree. Allied: Bailleul, Baliul, Baleol, Balliol,
Bruce, Malcolm and Scott.

SCOTT - Virginia genealogies: a genealogy of the Glassell family of                FHL FICHE 6046678
Scotland & Virginia; Allied: Ball, Brown, Bryan, Conway, Daniel, Ewell,
Glassell, Holladay, Lewis, Littlepage, Moncure, Peyton, Robinson, Scott,
Taylor, Wallace and others of Virginia and Maryland.

SCOTT - The Scott Scanner. Periodical for the collection & interchange             FHL FICHE 6047503
of genealogical data and family history about Scott individuals and families
within the Untied States. Includes transcripts and extracts from local, county,
state, and federal sources (cemeteries, church records, vital records, land
and property, probate, military, immigration, census, etc.). Allied: Ashton,
Blackburn, Bulitt, Glassell, Horner, Hornor, Marr, Scott & related families.

SCOTT - The Edward Pleasants Valentine papers; abstracts of records                FHL FICHE 6051221
in the Local and General Archives of Virginia relating to the families of:         (33 fiche) filed under
Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Barchelder, Blouet, Brassieur (Brashear), Cary,             BOOKS ON MICROFICHE
Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Fontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham, (Henrico             in grey file cabinet.
County), Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann, Mosby, Palmer, Pasteur, Plea-
sants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith, (the Smith Family of Francis
Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston, Womack
Woodson. Richamond, Virginia; Valentine Museum, 1927. 4 Vols. A Collect-
ion of Genealogies of early Virginia families. Includes name and subject
indexes.

SCOTT - James Stark of Stafford County, Virginia and his Descendants.              FHL FICHE 6088110
James Stark (ca.1695-1754) married Elizabeth Thornton, and immigrated              FHL FICHE 6088111
from Scotland to Stafford County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived        FHL FICHE 6088112
in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Tenn-
essee, Texas and elsewhere. Allied: Cannon, Duncan, Hall, Harding, Hill,
Homes, Mason, Scott, Stark, Turner, Wells and related families.

SCOTT - The Descendants of Nicholas Cain, 1736-1986; The Cains who                 FHL FICHE 6093897
are the subject of this volume were of Dutch or German origin & were prob-
ably in America before 1730. Nicholas Kain (Kane or Cain) married Cather-
ine ca. 1736, probably in Pennsylvania. Their nine children were born in
Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Augusta County, Virginia between 1737
and 1750. First generation descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio.
Suceeding generations have spread into Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and elsewhere.
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Allied: Cain, Humble, Jones, Kain, Kane, Scott and related families.

SCOTT - The English ancestors of Anne Marbury Hutchinson & Kath-                 UMI FICHE G-263
erine Marbury Scott. Including their descent & that of John Dryden, Poet-
laureate, from Magna Charta Sureties with notes on the English connections
to the settlers William Wentworth and Christopher Lawson of New Hamp-
shire and Francis Marbury of Maryland. Allied:Dryden, Hutchchinson, Law-
son, Marbury, Scott and Wentworth.

SCOTT - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                 UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SCOTT - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled in about 1719              UMI FICHE G-1617
in Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his
descendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell,
Bergey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker,
Gehman, Gross, Hackman, Henry, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk,
Hunsberger, Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Meyers,
Moor, Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Nold, Pelton, Pratt, Proffitt,
Randall, Reiff, Rhinehard, Rininger, Roth, Scott, Schwenk, Shaddinger,
Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius, Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong,
Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber, Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis,
Yoder, Youngken, Yother, Ziegler and related families.

SCOTT - Herron-Taylor; Ancestors of Robert Foy Herron & his wife                 FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Helen Mar Taylor. Robert Foy Herron was born at San Bernadino, Calif-            Item 5
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ornia, in 1890, the son of Robert Byron Herron and Lucinda Foy. He marr-
ied Hellen Mar Taylor in Los Angeles in 1916. Their son Robert Fremont
Herron was born in 1918. Helen Mar Taylor was born in Sturgis, North
Dakota in 1893, the daughter of Alexander Taylor (b.1856) & Cyrene Far-
well. Allied: Adamson, Arnold, Barnard, Calvert, Cheyney, Cox, Davis,
Dawson, Farwell, Folger, Foy, Hall, Herron, Kessler, King, McQuaid, Macy,
Mendenhall, More, Mores, Polk, Russell, Scott, Starbuck, Taylor, Temple,
Washburn, Withrow, Zinc and related families.

SCOTT - James Pindall Stout, 1819-1903, and Burthena Shackleford               FHL FILM 0908716-Misc.
Kemble, 1824-1908: their ancestors and descendants. Richard Stout was born     Item 3
ca.1602/04 in Nottinhamshire, England and served in the British Navy. After
discharge, he immigrated to New Amsterdam in 1640 and married Penelope
Prince in 1644; they moved to Middletown, New Jersey and he died in 1705.
Allied: Bonham, Bostic, Burr, Carpenter, Dulaney, Kemble, Reynolds, Scott,
Stout, Swiger, Wright and related families.

SCOTT - Hunter Family Bible. Contains records of the family of Andrew          FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
Hunter and Mary Smith Scott who were married on 10 September 1815. In:         Item 2
Bible records from the Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied:
Hunter and Scott.

SCOTT - Ancestors & descendants of Joshua Babcock & Elizabeth                  FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
Palmer, North Stonington, Connecticut, 1743-1894. Joshua Babcock (1743-        Item 5
1810) married Elizabeth Palmer in 1772. Descendants lived in New England,
Minnesota and elsewhere. Allied: Babcock, Budlong, Clifford, Hastings,
Hossack, Palmer, Scott and related families.

SCOTT - Lineage of Patriot Thomas Davis II, by Deberah Clair Davis             FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
Martinez, 1948. Thomas Davis II (1726-1805), Patriot of the Revolutionary      Item 11
War, married Martha Squire in 1750 at Mansfield, Connecticut where their
eleven children were born. He was a descendant of Geroge Davis who
arrived at Reading, Massachusetts from England about 1644. Descendants
lived also in Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Colorado, Oregon, Wash-
ington and elsewhere. Allied: Birkett, Daves, Davis, Martinez, Rice, Scott,
Yunker and related families.

SCOTT - Daniel Scott & Sarah Dunlap Family Bible 1780-1907. Daniel             FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
Scott (b.1780) married Sarah Dunlap in 1805. Allied: Dunlap, Scott.            Item 10

SCOTT - The Christian Bowman family ca. 1700-1929. Christian Bowman            FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
(died ca. 1764) immigrated from the Rhenish Palatinate area of Europe to the   Item 69
Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia,
Indiana and elsewhere. Allied: Bowman, Keller, Reeser, Scott, Stover, Wake-
man, White and related families.

SCOTT - A branch of the Furst family; Chiefly ancestors and some of their      FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
descendants and personal and family history of Robert Shuman Furst who         Item 10
was born 5 June 1900 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania to John Hogan and
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Mariam Scott Furst. Ancestor Hans Furst immigrated from Uri, Switzerland
to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with at least one son, Johan George Furst.
Johan and his wife Angenes (or Agnes) Schneider migrated westward. Des-
cendants eventually spread from Pennsylvania to California. Allied: Blanch-
ard, Brown, Furst, Good, Guths, Hamilton, Hoxie, Moriarty, Scott, Smith and
related families.

SCOTT - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) and his              FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.       Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SCOTT - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones                FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was           Item 8
born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He
died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carol-
ina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they
lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later
settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in Sept-
ember 1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799
Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
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ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SCOTT - A genealogy of the descendans of Alexander Johnston born ca.            FHL FILM 1597740-Misc.
1680 in Ireland. He married Agnes Scott. They settled in Donegal Twp.,          Item 20
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. They later moved to Lower Paxtang,
Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Allied: Johnston and Scott.

SCOTT - The Zike Book; Jacob Zike came to America as a Hessian Sold-            FHL FILM 1638365-Misc.
ier with the British Army during the Revolutionary War and remained in          Item 1
America after the war. He was living in Jessamine County, Kentucky by
1801; He married Katherine Avey & had 9 children. He died in Jessamine
County, Kentucky in1829. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois,
Iowa and elsewhere; Allied: Scott, Zike.

SCOTT - Francis Thom, born in Aberdeen Scotland; came to the United             FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
States in 1856; he married Margaret Craigen of Clatt, Aberdeen, Scotland.       Item 1-3
He settled in Wisconsin and later in Steele County, Minnesota. Descendants
lived in Oregon, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Washington, Califor-
nia and elsewhere. Allied: Forder, Herbison, Kerr, Scott, Thom and related
families.

SCOTT - Edwrds: who was where when. Between 1633 and 1680, at                   FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
least 39 men with Edwards as their surname (16 with John as a given name)       Item 31
immigrated or were transported to Maryland. The author gives documented
evidence as to who was where, when, "so that former claims of ancestry can
be clarified." Assumed relatives lived in Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Texas
and elsewhere. Allied: Collins, Edwards, Ferguson, King, Scott and related
families.

SCOTTISH KINGS - Ancestors & Descendants of William Randall                     UMI FICHE G-1708
(1609-1693) of Scituate, Massachusetts. Allied: Alexander, Andrew, Barstow,
Benedict, Besse, Bone, Boyce, Bridgum, Bumpass, Burr, Canfield, Carlo-
vingian Line, Carlson, Chapin, Counts of Anjou, Counts of Eu, Counts of
Hainault, Counts of Toulouse, Counts of Vermandois, Curtis, Davidson, De
Beaumont, DeBohun, DeBotetourt, DeGael, DeLusignan, DeMandeville,
DeMortimer, DePeshall, DeTony, DeWarren, Darby, Derby, Downing,
Dukes of Aquitaine & Saxony, Fulwood, Gage, Gilbert, Goodman, Gunne,
Harriman, House of Capet, Hunter, Ives, Knight, Lombard, Marsh, Marvin,
Marchant, Merchant, Merriman, Messenger, Miles, Mitchell, Morris, Mytton,
Orr, Parker, Penny, Prudden, Randall, Rawlins, Rich, Saxon Kings of Eng-
land, Scottish Kings, Skelton, Stoddard, Tomes, Taylor, Tompkins, Travis,
Vincent, Ware, Warham, Welles, Whelden, Wise.
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SCRIPTURE - Farwell-Washburn: Ancestors and descendants of Cyrus              FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Davis Farwell and his wife Clara Emoline Washburn. Cyrus Davis Farwell        Item 5
was born in 1826 at Lowell, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph Farwell and
Cyrene Davis. He married Clara Emoline Washburn at Greely, Colorado
in 1871. They had four children, 1873-1879. He died at Benniepier, North
Dakota, in 1912. Clara Emoline Washburn was born at Vermillion, Illinois in
1854, the daughter of Salmon Bushrod Washburn (1827-1891) and Sarah
Amada Davis. Allied: Babcock, Billings, Billington, Blanchard, Brown, Bulk-
eley, Colburn, Cutler, Davis, Deane, Farwell, Fiske, Greene, Hall, Hubbard,
Kingman, Learned, Macey, Mayhew, Merriam, Moore, Palmer, Parker,
Plumbe, Potter, Rice, Richmond, Russell, Scripture, Sheldon, Smedley, Till-
inghast, Tupper, Warren, Washburn, Wheeler, Winter, Wood and related
families.

SCROPE - History of the Manor and Ancient Barony of Castle of Combe           FHL FICHE 6035762
in County Wilts, England. Chiefly compiled from mss. And chartularies at
Castle Combe, with maps and engravings and memoirs of the families of
Badlesmere, Dunstanvile, Fastolf, Scrope and Tiptoft.

SEA - Leonard Seay: Descendants and Kinfolk: Leonard Seay Sr. (1774-          FHL FICHE 6048644
1842) was born in Albemarle County, Virginia. He married Permelia Hensley
in 1796. They lived in Mercer County, Kentucky and later in Washington
County, Kentucky. Descendants, some spelling the surname Sea & relatives
lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, California & elsewhere.
Allied: Bowen, Brown, Drury, Robinson, Satterly, Sea, Seay, and related
families.

SEABURY - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.           FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p538.                                                                Item 1

SEABURY - Cozzens Family Bible. Contains records of the families of           FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
John H. Cozzens, who was born in 1820, and his wife, Ann M. Seabury, who      Item 2
was born in 1818, and who he married 10 October 1844. And the family of
Thomas Mumford who married Elizabeth Webster on 14 August 1814. In:
Bible records of Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied: Cozzens,
Marsh, Mumford and Seabury.

SEABURY - Ancestral chart of myh Babcock ancestors, 1634-1922. James          FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
Babcock (1634-1679) immigrated to Portsmouth, Massachusetts. Descendants      Item 4
lived in New England, New York, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Abbott, Alden, Avery, Babcock, Palmer, Pratt, Seabury and related
families.

SEAMAN - Allen Family; Robert Allen, a Quaker, moved from Shrews-             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
bury, New Jersey to Tuckerton, New Jersey and married Edith Andrews in        Item 4
1716, settling on the west bank of the Wading River in New Jersey. Descen-
dants lived in New Jersey, New York, New England and elsewhere. Allied:
Allen, Cranmer, Darby, Pharo, Seaman, Shinn, Sprague and related families.
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SEARFOSS - Searfoss-Yoakam-Fleming lineage, ca.1790-1980; Jacob                  FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Searfoss (1817-1882) born in Pickaway County, Ohio; married twice and            Item 48
died in Hancock County, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio, West Virginia,
Michigan, Missouri, Florida and elsewhere; Allied: Binkley, Fleming,
Gatchel, Searfoss, Shinaberry, Watt, Yoakam.

SEARLES - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.              FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
p549.                                                                            Item 1

SEARS - The Morrison Family of Scotland. James Morrison, born ca.1730,           FHL FICHE 6017064
son of Nathaniel Morrison, immigrated from Scotland to Greenbrier County,
Virginia (now West Virginia) and served in the French and Indian War and
the Revolutionary War. Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio,
Illinois, Iowa and elsewhere. Allied: Cox, Humprey, McMillan, Morrison,
Pierson, Sears and related families.

SEARS - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                 UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SEARS - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames               UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
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Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SEATON - Crosby family Bible records 1841-1966. Charles K. Crosby                 FHL FILM 1320835-Misc
(1844-1905) moved from Essex, Vermont to Sycamore, Illinois and married           Item 36
Corrintha A. Smith in 1873 (Corrintha was a Canadian immigrant). Descen-
dants and relatives to 1966 lived in Vermont, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota and
elsewhere. Allied: Crosby, Fenwick, Hammer, Seaton, Smith and related
families.

SEAVERENS - Ancestral lines of the Doniphan, Frazee and Hamilton              FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
families by Frances Frazee Hamilton. Chiefly ancestors of the author and      Item 7
her husband, Lucius Oliver Hamilton, and some of ancestors descendants,
with allied families. Frances Frazee was born in 1866 in Rush County,
Indiana, one of twelve children born to Rev. Ephraim Samuel Frazee (1824-
1896) and Frances Elizabeth Austen Frazee (1827-1910), 1848-1869. Lucius
Oliver Hamilton was born in 1862 in Bracken County, Kentucky, the son of
Oliver Theodore Hamilton (1832-1913) and Sarah Jane Ginn Hamilton (1841-
1910). Lucius Hamilton and Frances Frazee were married in 1889. They had
three sons, 1891-1907, born in Rush County, Indiana. Descendants lived in
Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Arizona, California & elsewhere.
Allied: Armes, Austin, Ball, Belnap, Blair, Brown, Browning, Campbell, Crane,
Croxton, Curtis, Dailey, De Frees, Derr, Doniphan, Drake, Embree, Fraisy,
Fraiser, Frazee, Garrette, Ginn, Hamilton, Hetzel, Hockaday, Hodgin,Humes,
Keith, King, Littell, Marsh, Maxwell, Metcalf, Miller, Morris, Mothershead,
Mott, Moyer, Murry, Nelson, Oneal, Osborne, Pence, Pickering, Raddin,
Randolf, Robinson, Rogers, Ross, Seaverens, Smith, Spurrier, Struve, Sumey,
Taylor, Teghtmeyer, Thompson, Tucker, Umbei, Walton, Waugh, Weaver,
Williams, Wilson, Worthington, Wright, Wyatt, Young and related families.

SEAVEY - Thomas Seavy (Seavey) and Robert Irwin: their descendants                FHL FICHE 6050037
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& connecting lines. The book contains a biography of Fannie Elizabeth
Collins born in 1904, who married the author, Crockett Allen Harrison. Bio-
graphies of her ancestors and also given, especially the Seavey family, as
well as some of their descendants. Ancestors and relatives lived in New Eng-
land, New York and elsewhere. Allied: Berry, Buffum, Collins, Irwin, Pack-
ard, Seavey, Seavy, Washburn and related families.

SEAVY - Thomas Seavy (Seavey) and Robert Irwin: their descendants                 FHL FICHE 6050037
& connecting lines. The book contains a biography of Fannie Elizabeth
Collins born in 1904, who married the author, Crockett Allen Harrison. Bio-
graphies of her ancestors and also given, especially the Seavey family, as
well as some of their descendants. Ancestors and relatives lived in New Eng-
land, New York and elsewhere. Allied: Berry, Buffum, Collins, Irwin, Pack-
ard, Seavey, Seavy, Washburn and related families.

SEAWARD - Seward Cousins. Periodical for the collection and interchange           FHL FICHE 6047525
of genealogical data and family history about Seward individuals and families
within the United States. Includes transcripts and extracts from local, county,
state, and federal sources (vital records, church records, Military pensions,
census, etc.). Allied: bohrer, Braswell, Franklin, Gregg, Jessup, Leonard,
Nelson, Seaward, Seward, Soward, Steward, Stewart, Vanzant and related
families.

SEAY - Leonard Seay: Descendants and Kinfolk: Leonard Seay Sr. (1774-             FHL FICHE 6048644
1842) was born in Albemarle County, Virginia. He married Permelia Hensley
in 1796. They lived in Mercer County, Kentucky and later in Washington
County, Kentucky. Descendants, some spelling the surname Sea & relatives
lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, California & elsewhere.
Allied: Bowen, Brown, Drury, Robinson, Satterly, Sea, Seay, and related
families.

SECOR - Chronology of the Secord Family ca.1572-1987; Ambroise Sicar              FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
and four of his brothers, Huguenots, fled from France to England and then         Item 76
(via Holland) to create what became New Rochelle, Westchester County,
New York. John Sicar (1725-1804), a direct descendant of Ambroise, served
with the British during the Revolutionary War & later immigrated to Niagara-
on-the-Lake, Welland County, Ontario. Descendants who lived in Canada
changed the surname to Secord, while those living in the United States chief-
ly spelled it Secor. Descendants and relatives lived in Ontario, Quebec,
& elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Connecticut and
elsewhere. Allied: Crooks, Gourlay, Lampsman, McNamara, Secor, Secord,
Sicar, VanWagner, Winterbottom and related families.

SECORD - Chronology of the Secord Family ca.1572-1987; Ambroise                   FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Sicar & four of his brothers, Huguenots, fled from France to England & then       Item 76
(via Holland) to create what became New Rochelle, Westchester County,
New York. John Sicar (1725-1804), a direct descendant of Ambroise, served
with the British during the Revolutionary War & later immigrated to Niagara-
on-the-Lake, Welland County, Ontario. Descendants who lived in Canada
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changed the surname to Secord, while those living in the United States chief-
ly spelled it Secor. Descendants and relatives lived in Ontario, Quebec,
& elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Connecticut and
elsewhere. Allied: Crooks, Gourlay, Lampsman, McNamara, Secor, Secord,
Sicar, VanWagner, Winterbottom and related families.

SEDGWICK- Pedigree of Ellery of the United States of America: from his          FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
memorials of the Ellery family in manuscript. William Ellery (ca.1643-1696)     Item 1
immigrated from England to Gloucester, Massachusetts, and married twice.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, North Carolina
and elsewhere; Allied: Barton, Channing, Dana, Mills, Sedgwick, Vernon
and related families.

SEDLACEK - The Gills Pier Bohemians; Biographical information on the            FHL FILM 1598029-Genealogy
descendants of several Bohemian families who came to America in the mid-        Item 3
19th century and settled in Michigan. These families intermarried and many
descendants have remained in Michigan. They settled on the banks of Lake
Michigan near Gills Pier, Michigan. Allied: Egeler, Houdek, Kalchik, Kol-
arik, Korson, Schaub, Sedlacek, Steimel and related families.

SEEGMILLER - A partial record of the descendants of Valentin Knech-             FHL FILM 1321408-Misc.
tel and Eva Maria Gluck. Valentin Knechtel (1776-ca.1856), son of Jakob         Item 5
Knechtel (1750-1814) and Magdalena Strack, married Eva Maria Glucd in
1799. They immigrated in 1831 from Germany to Preston, Ontario. Descen-
dants & relatives lived in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British
Columbia & elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Wiscon-
sin, Minnesota, South Dakota & elsewhere in the United States. Allied: Bech-
tel, Bibelheimer, Durst, Glucd, Gluck, Helwing, Knechtel, Luneke, McClay,
Nechtel, Oppertshauser, Quast, Seegmiller, Schlotzhauser, Schmitt, Suther-
land, Zimmer, Zurbrigg and related families.

SEELEY - Seeley family of New York & Connecticut Descendants of                 FHL FICHE 6018108
Robert Seeley born in England c.1601.

SEELEY - The Goodwin Family of south western Nova Scotia, Cana-                 FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
da or the Descendants of three sons of John Goodwin of Kittery, Maine.          Item 55
Daniel Goodwin (ca.1620-ca.1712) immigrated from England to York or Kitt-
ery County, Maine & married Margaret Spencer about 1654 in York, York
County, Maine. Noah Goodwin (ca.1726-ca.1794), direct desendant in the
third generation, immigrated to Yarmouth, Argyle County, Nova Scotia. Des-
cendants and raelatives lived in Nova Scotia and elsewhere. Some descen-
dants immigrated to Florida and elsewhere in the United States. Includes
ancestry to about 1450 in England. Allied: Crowell, Goodwin, Hamilton,
Larkin, Nickerson, Perry, Seeley and related families.

SEELEY - Peet Family pedigree chart, 1445-1894. Ancestry of Isaac Peet          FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
(1815-1860), who moved from Cozenovis, Madison County, New York to              Item 43
Yamhill, Oregon & married Elizabeth Hunter. Their daughter, Sarah Hunter
Peet, married Joseph Cox (1838-1894) in 1858 & lived in Clay County, Miss-
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ouri. Ancestry of Issac Peet is traced back to 1445 in the Turney line; other
lines are usually traced back to the early 1600's or late 1500's. Ancestors
lived in New York, New England & elsewhere. Earlier ancestors lived in
England and elsewhere. Allied: Bachus, Calkins, Dyer, Seeley, Peet, Tith-
erton, Turney and related families.

SEELY - Daniel James Seely Pedigree; Ancestors of Daniel James Seely,           FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
the son of Josiah Gilbert Seely and Charlotte Leavitt, Josiah Gilbert Seely     Item 2
was the son of Ebenezer Seely and Bethiah Gilbert. Charlotte Leavitt was
the daughter of Jonathan Leavitt and Hepsibah Peabody. Neither dates or
place names are given. In: Pedigree Chart Collection of the Rhode Island
Historical Society, Providence, Vol. 2, Se. Allied: Leavitt, Seely.

SEELYE - The Giddings family, or The descendants of George Gidd-                FHL FICHE 6019901
ings: who came from St. Albans, England to Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1635:
with a record of others of the name not yet traced, also a sketch of promin-
ent persons connected with the family. George Giddings (1608-1676) married
Jane Tuttle and emigrated in 1635 from England to Ipswich, Massachusetts.
Descendants lived in New England, New York Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michi-
gan, South Dakota and elsewhere. Allied: Buck, Burnham, Fuller, Gelston,
Giddings, Northrop, Seelye, Sherman and related families.

SEEMAN - The American descendants of Gottfried and Marie Schultz of             FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; with selected information on the families of       Item 8
Detief and Elizabeth Seeman and Johannes and Johanna Dehmke. Gott-
fried Schultz was born in 1793 in Kiel. His three sons coame to the United
States about the time of the Civil War and settled in Iowa. Seeman family is
traced to John Seeman (1798-1873), born in Schleswig-Holstein, who died
in Iowa. Dehmeke traced to Johannes Paul Heinrich Dehmke, born in 1846 i
in Danischenhagen. Descendants lived in Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota, Minn-
esota and elsewhere. Allied: Dehmke, Schultz, Seeman, Strang, Thiesen,
Way and related families.

SEFING - Johann Georg Marsteller, (1695-1751) immigrated in 1727 from           FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and married Anna Margaretha Erle-         Item 70
bach and settled in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived in
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan, Illinois and elsewhere. Allied: Fred-
erick, Marsteller, Ritter, Rock, Sefing and related families.

SEIBEL - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.              FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p551.                                                                  Item 1

SEITZ - A genealogical study of the Listermann and Enderle families.            FHL FICHE 6019478
Henry Listermann (1770-1860?) and his family immigrated from Germany to
land near Bevis, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio, Kentucky, Montana and
elsewhere; Allied: Enderle, Kollestedt, Listermann, Niehaus, Seitz, Switzer,
Vierling and related families.

SELBY - Newsletter of the Lambert/Lamberth Family Association for the           FHL FICHE 6055281
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interchange of genealogical data and history of the Lambert (and variant
spellings) families who came from Austria, Belgium England, France, Ger-
many, Holland, Ireland, Scotland & Switzerland. Some immigrated to New-
foundland (Canada), and others first settled in Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland,
New Jersey, New York, North and South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tenness-
ee and Virginia in the 1600-1700's. During the 1800's, some migrated to New
Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Quebec, Canada and to Alabama, Delaware,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Okla-
homa, Rhode Island, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and West Virginia. Later des-
cendants and relatives also lived in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario
Canada, in Australia, in England, in France, in South Africa and in Arizona,
Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Louisiana, Massachusetts,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming,
and elsewhere. The Lambert/Lamberth Family Association was founded ca.
1969, by Chester Lamberth of Dallas, Texas, and Alton Lambert of Tusca-
loosa, Alabama. The Association has headquarters in Tempe, Arizona.
Allied: Gates, Gibson, Gray, Heath, Henderson, Kinney, Lambert, Lamberth,
Lamberts, Lambertsen, Lambertson, Lambeth, Lambirth, Lambkin, Lamble,
Nettles, Selby, Wagner and related families.

SELBY - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) and his             FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.      Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SELF - The Jolly Journal; John P. Jolly (1804-1879) married Nancy Jane          FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
Comer and lived in Union County, South Carolina. Descendants lived in           Item 13
South Carolina, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and
elsewhere. Allied: Chandler, Fitzgerald, Gregory, Jolly, Musgrove, Phillips,
Self and related families.

SELL - The Forney Family of Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania, 1690-           FHL FILM 1597552-Misc.
1893; John Adam Forney brought his family from Germany to Pennsylvania          Item 4
arriving in 1721. They finally settled in York County where they were invol-
ved in a series of land disputes. Later he had some encounters with the
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Indians, who it is reported lead to his death in 1752. Many of his descendants
were still in Pennsylvania in 1893 when material was gathered. Others had
settled throughout the United States. Allied: Bayer, Forney, Sell, Wirt and
related families.

SELLERS - Sellers & Houcks; Philip Henry Sellers, d.1769 immigrated                FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
from Germany to Paennsylvania in 1708; Descendants thru 1944 lived in              Item 12
Bucks County & elsewhere in Pennsylvania. Allied: Houck, Sellers, Smith
and related families.

SELLERS - Walter Line; Calvin Walter son of Howard Walter, married                 FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Blanche Winkwater & lived in Delphi, Pennsylvania. His brother, Raymond            Item 39
Walter m. Blanch Winkwater & lived near Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania.
Includes descendants and relatives between 1801 and 1964 in Pennsylvania.
Allied: Leister, Sellers, Smith, Walter and related families.

SENN - The Southern Heard Family by Marguerite Lester Malone.                      FHL FILM 1697542-Misc.
John Heard of English ancestry, married Margaret MacDonald in Ireland              Item 1
and immigrated to hanover County, Virginia before 1719. Descendants and
relatives lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas and elsewhere.
Allied: Autrey, Barteet, Brothers, Davis, Force, Heard, McClelland, Senn,
Wright and related families.

SERGEANT - Index to "The Hans H. Bangen Family History by Nancy                    FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Stout. Allied: Aubol, Bangen, Estenson, Saugstad, Sergeant, Stromsmoe,             Item 56
Stubson.

SERRUIER - Judge Karl Bechtel of Hanau, Germany 1600; His forbears                 UMI FICHE G-2992
& some of his descendants including notes on the families in the United States
and Canada; Allied:Bechtel, Du Fay, Fique, Hook, Julius, Kampe, Laufer,
Leopoldt, Rosamond, Serruier, Vischer, Waldburger.

SESSING - Kari Thompson (Iverson): her ancestors, contemporaries and               FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
descendants. Kari Thompson Iverson (1859-1952) was born in Selbu, Norway           Item 56
to Thomas and Caroline (Kari) Sessing Thompson. In 1880 she immigrated to
America and settled in Minnesota where she married Iver Iverson in 1882.
They were the parents of nine children. Descendants live in Minnesota and
other parts of the United States. Allied: Iverson, Sessing, Thompson.

SETTLE - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-             FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-              Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
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Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

SETTLE - The Letts line: A family genealogy. This Letts family begins             FHL FILM 1697765-Misc.
with William Letts who came to America from England in 1665. He landed            Item 7
in Elizabethtown, New Jersey. He married Elizabeth Laud in 1667. They
had two children and Elizabeth died about 1685/86. He then married his
second wife Ann and had two more children. Descendants are living in
New Jersey, Virginia, Texas and elsewhere in the United States. Allied:
Bright, Brockway, Fisher, Koontz, Letts, Moore, Platt, Settle, Sparkman,
Suttle, Varnell and related families.

SEVERANCE - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames            UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SEWALL - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                 UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
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Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SEWARD - Seward Cousins. Periodical for the collection and interchange            FHL FICHE 6047525
of genealogical data and family history about Seward individuals and families
within the United States. Includes transcripts and extracts from local, county,
state, and federal sources (vital records, church records, Military pensions,
census, etc.). Allied: Bohrer, Braswell, Franklin, Gregg, Jessup, Leonard,
Nelson, Seaward, Seward, Soward, Steward, Stewart, Vanzant and related
families.

SEXTON - The Descendants of Joseph Wallace & Delilah Ghosetter                    FHL FICHE 6018681
Hughes. Joseph Wallace (1857-1927) married Delilah Ghosetter Hughes
in 1880 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Descendants lived in North Caro-
lina, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Texas and elsewhere.
Allied: Callaway, Hughes, McNeill, Sexton, Stewart, Wallace and related
families.

SEXTON - Pioneers & Performers, accounts of Hall ancestors; John Hall             FHL FICHE 6019008
(1605-1676) immigrated from England to Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1632.
He married Jean Woollen about 1643 & they moved to Watertown, Mass-
achusetts. Asaph Hall (1829-1907) was an astronomer. Percival Hall (1872-
1953) was the President of Gallaudet College where he trained deaf students
Descendants and relatives lived in most of the United States. Allied: Borst,
Goodenough, Hall, Palmer, Sexton, Stickney and related families.

SEYLER - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and                  FHL FICHE 6055208
history of the Harless (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from
Alsace, Austria, Bavaria, England, Germany, Prussia, Russia, Sweden, Swit-
zerland and Wales. Focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Johan or
John Phillip Harless (1716-1772) of Germersheim, Germany, who married
Anna Margareta Preisch (Price), and immigrated to the Shenandoah Valley
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of Virginia ca. 1738. Hayerlas (Harless) families lived in Holanbrunn, Wiesen-
muhle and Wunseidel areas as early as the 15th century. Some settled in
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia in the
1600-1700's. During the 1800's some moved to Alabama, Arkansas, California,
Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mich-
igan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York,
North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Later descendants & relatives
also lived in Korea and in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Montana, New
Mexico, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Some had
Cherokee and other American Indian Bloodlines. Some had African Amer-
ican Bloodlines. Allied: Bailey, Ball, Barker, Brooks, Charles, Copley, Crin-
er, Drawdy, Drody, Droddy, Eplin, Epling, Evans, Foust, Gann, Haarlass,
Hairlas, Halless, Harelas, Harlas, Harless, Harlep, Harlice, Harlis, Harliss,
Harlles, Harloss, Harlues, Harlus, Harrlis, Hayerlas, Hearles, Hearls, Heir-
less, Herlas, Herles, Herlos, Hesless, Hoffman, Hollis, Horles, Horlos, Hurias,
Hurles, Hurless, Hurleys, Kaywood, Killian, Lore, McCasland, Moon, Peden,
Preisch, Preiss, Preisz, Price, Prichard, Pritchard, Ridenour, Sayler, Seyler,
Siler, Sylar, Syler, Stampe, Tillman, Tilman, Underwood and related families.

SEYMOUR - Our Dutch Heritage; Jacob Luurdszen (b.1616) immigrated                 FHL FICHE 6089072
from Holland to New Netherland, New York, and married Stijntje Douwes.            Volume 2
Luur Jacobsen, their American born son, adopted a surname of "van Kuy-
kendaal." Through his six sons, Luur became the common ancestor of most
present-day Kuykendalls (including variant spellings). Earlier research has
chiefly focussed on the elder sons of Luur who moved to Pennsylvania,
Virginia and to the southwest. Little has been documented about the descen-
dants and relatives of Luur's last son, Pieter van Kuykendaal, who remained
in New York.
Vol. 2: Kuykendall. The Cuykendall and Coykendall branches are not com-
        plete and " are intended to encourage others of those families to com-
        plete that research. Forward to Vol. 2. Descendants and relatives of
        Pieter lived in New York, New England, New Jersey, Pennsylvania.
        Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota and elsewhere.
Allied: Bernhardi, Canfield, Couch, Coykendall, Cuykendall, Dawes, Decker,
Fairchild, Gumaer, Hart, Kittel, Knee, Knipschild, Kuykendall, Luurszen,
Pierce, Seymour, Van Duzer, Van Kuykendaal, Ward and related families.

SEYMOUR - Seymour Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                        FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                  Item 1, Vol. 1 & 2, p7

SEYMOUR - Olmsted-Foy; Ancestors of Remington Olmsted & his wife                  FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Florence Foy. Remington Olmstead was born in 1882 at Le Roy, New York,            Item 5
the son of John Bartow Olmstead and Clara Amada Morgan. He married
Florence Foy in Pasadena, California, in 1910. They had three children,
1912-1918. Florence Foy was born in 1885 at Los Angeles, California, the
daughter of Samuel Calvert Foy (1830-1901) & Lucinda Macy. Allied: Allen,
Barnard, Bliss, Calvert, Clark, Coffin, Cox, Dawson, Dudley, Folger, Foy,
Hatch, Hickox, Hussey, Ives, Kilham, McQuaid, Macy, Meacham, Morgan,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Munger, Newcomb, Olmstead, Olmsted, Polk, Porter, Remington, Seymour,
Sorrell, Starbuck, Stebbins, Steele, Tyler and related families.

SHACKELFORD - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita                FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Jones Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon,         Item 8
was born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia.
He died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South
Carolina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which
they lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina,
later settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in
September 1789 & was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In
1799 Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 &
was buried beside Benjamin & his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SHACKLETON - The Parke Society: clearing-house for research on all               FHL FICHE 6047329
Park(e)s immigrants from the British Isles. Newsletter of the Parke Society
for the interchange of genealogical data & history of the Park (and variant
spellings) families who came mainly from England, Ireland & Scotland. Some
allied families came from France & Sweden. Ancestors immigrated to Conn-
ecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Virginia in the 1600's.
 In the 1700's some settled in Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
During the 1900's some moved to Ontario (Canada) & to Arkansas. Califor-
nia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississ-
ippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont & Wisconsin.
Some primary family lines are of (but not limited to) Robert who immigrated
in 1635; Roger who lived in New Jersey in 1682; Thomas (1676-1761) who
lived in Essex County, Virginia in 1676; and James (1724-1769) of Virginia.
Later descendants also lived in New Brunswick, Canada, & in Florida, Ida-
ho, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, Wash-
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


ington D.C. & elsewhere. Allied: Gourley, Gray, Johnson, Keefer, Parcque,
Park, Parke, Parkes, Parks, Riggle, Sale, Shackleton, Stamper & other re-
lated families.

SHADDINGER - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled ca.                  UMI FICHE G-1617
1719 in Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of
his descendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell,
Bergey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker,
Brunner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Det-
weiler, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross,
Hackman, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SHAFER - Capt. John S. Thompson (1790-1834) and Mary Amy Turner                 FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
(1791-1864); John S. Thompson was born in Cherry Valley, New York and           Item 52
married Mary Amy Turner. He died in LeGrange , New York. Descendants
lived in New York Pennsylvania, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon & elsewhere. Allied:
Courter, Kepler, Knoll, Shafer, Sher, Strain, Studley, Thompson and related
families.

SHAFFANER - The Blackburns; John Blackburn, born about 1667. He                 FHL FILM 1597552-misc.
was both a weaver and a farmer before he came to America. He was married        Item 8
twice to Mary Winter and Rachel Morton. They came to America in 1736 and
settled near his daughter Elizabeth Morton. By 1745 they were buying land
in Pennsylvania where they settled. His descendants today are found in
Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, California and elsewhere; Allied: Blackburn,
Cleaver, Crisman, Davis, Earnest, Griffin, Hammond, Harburgh, McGrail,
McGrew, Miller, Ong, Shaffaner, Vore, Way, Wolf, Wright and related
families.

SHAFFER - History of the Shaver Family; George Shaver (d.1796) immi-            FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
grated from Switzerland or Germany to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania &          Item 65-66
also bought land in Frederick County, Maryland. He married 3 times and
served in the Revolutionary War & died in Washington County, Maryland.
Descendants lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied:
Ankeny, Hay, Loud, Miller, Shaffer, Shaver,Stukey, Whetstone & related
families.

SHALEY - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.              FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p551.                                                                  Item 1

SHALLENBERGER - History of the Galley family with local & old-time              FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


sketches in the Yough region. A genealogy & a history of the Galley family   Item 8
who are descendants of Peter Galley who emigrated to America from Ger-
many ca.1770 and settled in Lancaster County, Pennsyvania. He married
Sophia Sterne ca.1773/74. Descendants & relatives lived in Pennsylvania,
Maryland, Ohio, Iowa, Kansas and elsewhere. Allied: Arnold, Beam, Boyd,
Cover, Galley, Luce, McFadden, Newcomer, Oglevee, Rouse, Shallenber-
ger, Smith, Snyder, Stoner, Strickler, Teagarden, Whitefield, Wible and
related families.

SHAMBACH - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBACK - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBAU- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                   FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBAUCH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBAUGH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs               FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBEAU- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                  FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBLINE- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBO- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                    FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBRE- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                   FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHAMBURGER - Descendants of Quincy Visonia Shockley (1815-1894),                FHL FICHE 6088405
born in South Carolina. He later lived in Arkansas & died in Freestone
County, Texas. He married Penelope Aadeline Tate (1820-1884). Descen-
dants lived in Tennessee, South Carolina, Maryland, Texas, Illinois, Alabama,
and elsewhere. Allied: austin, Bynum, Elrod, Iley, Shamburger, Shockley and
related families.

SHANEBAGH - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHANEBAUGH - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs               FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHANER - The Family of John Cutright (Bear Hunter) and Elizabeth                 FHL FICHE 6088334
Sabre Cutright: and their descendants. John Cutright (ca.1747-1830), a
Revolutionary War soldier, was born in Virginia, perhaps the son of Henry
Cutright. He married Elizabeth Sabre (1757-1830) ca. 1773 in Virginia. They
had ten children, 1776-1801. The family migrated to Kentucky between 1782
and 1788 and to Ohio in 1796. John and Elizabeth died in Springfield Twp.,
Ross County, Ohio. Descendants listed, especially descendants of their son
John Cutright (1789-1860) of Cumberland County, Illinois, lived in Illinois,
Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and elsewhere. Allied:
Cutright, McDonald, Ramsey, Redman, Shaner, Snyder and related families.

SHANK - Mylin Ancestry and descendants of Abraham and Elizabeth                  FHL FICHE 6100428
Myer Mylin. Abraham B. Mylin (1814-1871) was born in Pennsylvania. He
married Elizabeth Meyer in 1841. Descendants who were mostly Menno-
nites lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Includes ancestors to the 1600's. Allied:
Harnish, Herr, Myer, Mylin, Shank, Shenk, Stauffer, Witmer and related
families.

SHANKLIN - Woolwine and Herdon families genealogical data, ca.1657-              FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1947; John G. Woolwine (b.ca.1828) married Margaret Herdon in 1848 in            Item 71
Madison County, Kentucky. He was probably descended from the Wool-
wine family of Dutch ancestry who lived in or near Esopus, Ulster County,
New York during or before 1657/59, later moving to New Jersey and then
Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois and elsewhere. Allied: Buford, Bufort, Herndon, Ohlwine, Olewine,
Olewein, Oelawine, Shanklin, Tanner, Walkup, Walter and related families.

SHANKS - Family Records of Coyer/Carrier and Armstrong. Family                   FHL FILM 1597908-Misc.
group records for the Carrier family of Quebec, and the Coyer & Armstrong        Item 3
families of Wisconsin. The surname Carrier was apparently altered to Coyer
by Louis Coyer, son of Louis Coyer and Marguerite Bonenfant, ca. 1800.
The lines traced are the ancestors of the compiler's paternal grandmother,
Beulah Mae Armstrong (1892-1958), a daughter of William Frank Armstrong
and Victoria Aletha Coyer, both of Wisconsin. Allied: Armstrong, Carrier,
Coyer, Safford, Shanks, Young and related families.

SHANNON - Book accounts, estate of Archibald Shannon, Philliptown,               FHL FILM 0532618-NY MISC.
(now Nassau) Rensselaer County, New York.                                        Item 8

SHANNON - Pedigree chart of the Peter, James, (Capt) Richard Payne             FHL FILM 1035668-Misc.
Ransom family, 1620-1981; Capt. Richard Payne Ransom (1752-1828) was a         Item 5
Captain in the Revolutionary War. He married Kezziah Portis/Portice (1763-
1841). He was one of 11 children of James Ransom II and Ang (or Amy) Davis.
Their ancestors were Peter Ransom, b.1620 and his son James I. Other des-
cendants and relatives scattered to Virginia, Georgia, Florida. Allied: Davis,
Kerr, King, Ogilvie, Shannon, Stegal, Weigel and related families.
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SHANNON - Dimmitt Collection; includes indexes to following surnames:            FHL FILM 1421687-Misc.
Adams, Biggs, Dimmitt, Gaines, Gilberts, Hutcherson, Jarvis, McCune,             Items 1-9
McFarland, Parker, Pryor, Shannon, Sinclair, Tapley, Thompson, Womack.

SHARP - Thomas Kindred Family History: Albemarle County, Virginia                FHL FICHE 6087368
to Morgan County, Tennessee 1776-1986/ Bartholomew Kindred (1727-1805)
was born in England. He later emigrated and settled in Saint Ann's parish in
Albemarle County, Virginia. He married (2) Mary and they were the parents
of William (1744-1833), Thomas, Bartholomew Jr. (1761-1827) and Edward
Kindred (1765-1831). Family members later lived in Morgan and Wilson
Counties, Tennessee and Peoria and Livingston Counties, Illinois. Several
generations of descendants are given. Allied: Bush, Haggard, Kindred,
Lively, Moss, Parsons, Sharp and related families.

SHARP - Family history of Levi Adkins, Anderson County, Tennessee.               FHL FICHE 6100714
Levi Adkins (1794-1877) was born in Tennessee & is believed to be the son
of Elijah Adkins & Nancy Hunter who were both from Montgomery County,
Virginia. Levi married Elizabeth George 22 July 1813 in Paulette, Union
County, Tennessee and they reared a family of eleven children. Levi was
a baptist minister. He died in 1877 and was buried in the Bethel Church
cemetery in Union County. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee and
elsewhere. Allied: Adkins, Carden, Carmichael, Curnutt, Sharp, Strader and
Weaver families.

SHARP - The Gentry Family in America 1676-1909, including the follow-            UMI FICHE G-93
ing families related to the Gentry: Blythe, Bush, Butler, Clairborne, Fulker-
son, Haggard, Harris, Hawkins, Noble, Pabody, Robinson, Sharp, Smith,
Tindall and Wyatt.

SHARP - The house of Hill; the story of the Hills & other allied families.       FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
John Hill married Elizabeth Suggett (1696-1767) and they had four children.      Item 5
After she died in 1735, he married Betty Hammond. She gave him six child-
ren before she died in 1771. The family migrated from Virginia to West
Virginia and settled in Pickaway County, Ohio. Allied: Cardiff, Coleman,
Covington, Davis, Florence, Galbreath, Gilliland, Graham, Gulick, Hamilton,
Hammond, Hill, Hott, Kinnear, Litten, McKinley, Porter, Schleich, Sharp,
Shawhan, Trump, Whiteside, Wilson, Wittich, Yoakum and related families

SHATTUCK - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames            UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
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frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SHAVER - Forerunner: History or Genealogy of the Stickler families,               UMI FICHE G-557
their kith and kin and many other early families of Shenandoah, Rockingham,
Augusta, Frederick and Page counties of the Shenandoah Valley by Harry
M. Strickler, 1924. Allied: Beaver, Blosser, Brumbach, Brubaker, Burner,
Grove, Kaufmann, Neff, Rothgeb, Ruffner, Shaver, Stover and Zirkle.

SHAVER - History of the Shaver Family; George Shaver (d.1796) immi-               FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
grated from Switzerland or Germany to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania &            Item 65-66
also bought land in Frederick County, Maryland. He married 3 times and
served in the Revolutionary War & died in Washington County, Maryland.
Descendants lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied:
Ankeny, Hay, Loud, Miller, Shaffer, Shaver,Stukey, Whetstone & related
families.

SHAVER - Booklet for O'Callaghan, Martin, Shaver, Couts and related               FHL FILM 1597908-Misc.
families; Arthur George O'Callaghan b.1917 in Ohio. His grandparents came         Item 6
from Ireland. In 1937 he married Alice Martin and they had six children.
Information on many of the ancestral lines of these two individuals along
with material on many of their descendants is included in this volume. Des-
cendants lived in Ohio, Alabama, California and elsewhere. Allied: Couts,
Harpel, Martin, O'Callaghan, Shaver, Taylor and related families.

SHAW - The Descendants of John Shaw of Loudon County, Virginia and                FHL FICHE 6100038
Perry County, Ohio. John Shaw (1768-1829) married Margaret Claypool in
1795 and moved from Loudon County, Virginia to Perry County, Ohio.
Descendants land relatives lived in Ohio, Iowa, Pennsylvania, New York
and elsewhere. Allied: Anderson, Bollman, Chilcote, Claypool, Kelly, Moore,
Shaw, Stitt.

SHAW - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.                  FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p552.                                                                    Item 1
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SHAW - Gibbs Family Bible. Contains records of the family of William            FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
Shaw who died in 1804 at the age of 59; Captina William C. Green in 1784        Item 1
and his wife Amelia. In: Bible records from Newport Historical Society,
Rhode Island. Allied: Green and Shaw.

SHAW - White Family History; Abraham E. White (1848-1932) was the son           FHL FILM 1035668-Misc.
of Caleb & Elizabeth Martin White. He was born in Batavia, NY & died in         Item 6
Yankton, South Dakota. In 1879 he married Charlotte Marshman (1854-1895)
at Boltenville, WI. They migrated to S.D. where they both died. Descend-
ants lived in Colorado, Illinouis, Montana and elsewhere; Allied: Bailey,
Haschenburger, Law, Marshman, Martin, Shaw, Thieman, White.

SHAW - A history of the Hinmans, containing also an abbreviated rec-            FHL FILM 1036243-Misc.
ord of the kindred families, showing their relation to the Hinmans: collected   Item 10
from state, colony, town and church records; also from old Bibles and aged
people. The Hinman family immigrated from England to Stratford, Connect-
icut during or before 1650. Allied: Hinman, Ingraham, Shaw, Waring and
related families.

SHAW - My family - ancestors & descendants by Edna Cousins Shaw,                FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
indexed. The above work dealt with the family history and genealogy of          Item 53
the Axford family between about 1724 and 1971, mostly living in New Jer-
sey, Michigan, Illinois & elsewhere. A portion of this family were United
Empire Loyalists who immigrated to Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Al-
berta and elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Axford, Case, Cousins, Crisman,
Shaw, Shippen, Taylor and related families.

SHAW - Ogden family Bible records, 1750-1871. Jedediah Ogden (1750-             FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1840) married Mary Whittiker in 1782. Includes descendants and relatives        Item 42
to 1871, some living in New Jersey, Indiana and elsewhere. Includes a gen-
alogical account of the Ogden family recited in 1837 by Jedediah Ogden to
his son, Daniel Ogden, stating that John Ogden migrated in 1695 from Fair-
field, Connecticut to Cumberland County, New Jersey. Allied: Lummins,
McCullough, Mullin, Ogden, Shaw, Westcott, Whitaker and related families.

SHAW - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-             FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-            Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
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Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

SHAW - Leavitts of America: genealogy compiled for Mrs. James                  FHL FILM 1321408
Alanson Eldredge of Woods Cross, Utah. Thomas Leavitt (ca.1610-1696)           Item 9
immigrated from England to Hampton, New Hampshire. Descendants and
relativeds lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Iowa and else-
where. Some descendants became Mormons and lived in Utah, Nevada and
elsewhere. Some of the Mormon descendants immigrated to Cardston,
Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Abbott, Brown, Cushing, Dear-
born, Hamblin, Hardy, Hughes, Hunt, Jones, Lane, Leavitt, Locke, Merrill,
Sanborn, Shaw, Smith, Sprague, Towle, Truman, Waite, Wood and related
families.

SHAW - Zschau Family Records; Family group sheets for the descen-              FHL FILM 1597666-Misc.
dants of the immigrant sons of Karl Gotthelf Zchau who was born in 1835 in     Item 8
Germany and died there in 1897. Several of his children came to America
about 1880 and their descendants settled in the Chicago area. Today many
still remain in the midwest while others have moved west to Oregon, Utah
and elsewhere. At least one family of his descendants joined the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Many of his descendants continued in his
occupation of gardener and florist. Allied: Curtis, Leitherer, Rowe, Schau,
Shaw, Stevens, Zschau and related families.

SHAWHAN - The house of Hill; the story of the Hills & other allied families.   FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
John Hill married Elizabeth Suggett (1696-1767) and they had four children.    Item 5
After she died in 1735, he married Betty Hammond. She gave him six child-
ren before she died in 1771. The family migrated from Virginia to West
Virginia and settled in Pickaway County, Ohio. Allied: Cardiff, Coleman,
Covington, Davis, Florence, Galbreath, Gilliland, Graham, Gulick, Hamilton,
Hammond, Hill, Hott, Kinnear, Litten, McKinley, Porter, Schleich, Sharp,
Shawhan, Trump, Whiteside, Wilson, Wittich, Yoakum and related families

SHAWALTER - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
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Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHEARMAN - Shearman Family Bible. Contains records of the families of          FHL FILM 0955224-Misc.
Benjamin Shearman and Mary Brownell who were married in 1807; and              Item 1
George Shearman and Joanna S. Read who were married on 31 October
1837. In: Bible records from the Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island.
Allied: Brownell, Read, Shearman.

SHEARRER - The genealogy and history of the ancestors of Vera Leona            FHL FILM 1036825-Misc.
"Lee" Dean, b. 19 Dec. 1926 at Boothe Hill (Wagoner) OK; Allied: Atchley,      Item 5
Atkinson, Brooks, Byrd, Carter, Castleberry, Chaffin, Cook, Collins, Criner,
Curtis, Davis, Dean, Dickey, Duck, Duncan, Hamilton, Hill, Hollis, Hood,
Jones, Lively, McAnulty, McCutcheon, Martin, Powers, Ross, Rush, Shearrer,
Standridge, Sullivan, Talley, Thompson, Ward, Wilson, Yates.

SHEDD - Register of Shedd Family Association. First general reunion            FHL FICHE 6018071
August 30, 1911, Billerica, Massachusetts.

SHEDD - Those other Trapps; including some allied persons. Surname,           FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
identification number indexes and descendancy charts for Trapp family         Item 25
members from the U.S. Census data for South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.
The author's paternal great-great-great-grandfather Aaron Moses Shedd of
Oconee County (1819-1852) married Julia Ann (maiden name unknow) in 1837.
After his death, she married James Trapp of Paulding County, Georgia. Allied:
Shedd, Trapp.

SHEEHAN - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.            FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p564.                                                                 Item 1

SHEELEIGH - Certificate of birth & bapt. For Mariel Sheeleigh, 1828 of         FHL FILM 0020994-Misc.
Chester County, Pennsylvania. In: Miscellaneous pedigree charts and            Item 7
marriage certificates, etc.

SHEETZ - Reichert & Richards family of Bucks and Montgomery                    FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Counties, Pennsylvania. Rudolph Reichert (1686-1779) & his family              Item 13
immigrated from Switzerland or Germany, via Rotterdam, to what is now
Bucks County, Pennsylvania; Descendants thru 1967 lived chiefly in
Pennsylvania. Allied: Beltz, Mininger, Reichert, Richard, Sheetz, Shuler.

SHEFFIELD - Sheffield Family Genealogy; a companion volume to the              FHL FILM 1697588-Misc.
book; Sheffield Family-history of a noble ancestry. James Sheffield (1830-     Item 6
1901) was born in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England, son of
Peter Sheffield and Charlotte Mundin. He married Sarah Adelaide Wilmer
in 1851. He died in Kaysville, Utah. The Sheffield ancestry is traced to
George Sheffield born 1679 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England. Allied:
Brittain, Linnell, Sheffield, Wilmer.
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SHELDON - Farwell-Washburn: Ancestors and descendants of Cyrus                FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Davis Farwell and his wife Clara Emoline Washburn. Cyrus Davis Farwell        Item 5
was born in 1826 at Lowell, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph Farwell and
Cyrene Davis. He married Clara Emoline Washburn at Greely, Colorado
in 1871. They had four children, 1873-1879. He died at Benniepier, North
Dakota, in 1912. Clara Emoline Washburn was born at Vermillion, Illinois in
1854, the daughter of Salmon Bushrod Washburn (1827-1891) and Sarah
Amada Davis. Allied: Babcock, Billings, Billington, Blanchard, Brown, Bulk-
eley, Colburn, Cutler, Davis, Deane, Farwell, Fiske, Greene, Hall, Hubbard,
Kingman, Learned, Macey, Mayhew, Merriam, Moore, Palmer, Parker,
Plumbe, Potter, Rice, Richmond, Russell, Scripture, Sheldon, Smedley, Till-
inghast, Tupper, Warren, Washburn, Wheeler, Winter, Wood and related
families.

SHELDON - The ancestors of Arthur Orison Dillon and his poems. Son            FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
of Peter Orison Dillon and Belle Anne Cottingham Dillon, born 7 July 1873     Item 5
Lexington, LeSuer County, Minnesota. He later resided in Indiana, Wash-
ington and California where he was involved in the practice of law, public
service, church work and civic organizations. Ancestors and relatives lived
in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, Minnesota, Calif-
ornia, Indiana, Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut, Ohio, Vermont, Wash-
ington and elsewhere. Allied: Anthony, Ballard, Barnes, Beach, Beecher,
Birdseye, Brown, Burnnell, Buswell, Capen, Churchill, Cottingham, Curtis,
Dillon, Eames, Foot, Gill, Goodnow, Hayward, Holbrook, Holt, Jenckes,
Merriman, Mix, Niles, Potter, Pendleton, Rockwell, Royce, Sandys, Sheldon,
Sprague, Smith,Tefft, Tripp, Tucker, Turner, Webb, Wilcoxson, Wilmot
and related families.

SHELDON - Craddock, Kinder, Rogers & Sheldon families; Chiefly a           FHL FILM 1425278-Misc.
record of ancestors and descendants of Sheldon Forbes Craddock who was     Item 1
born in Atascadero, San luis Obispo, CA. on 14 May 1921. He was the son of
Warren Nicholas Craddock (1895-1947) and Edith Allene Sheldon (1895-1976).
He married Louise Holler in Los Angeles on 17 Jun 1950. Louise was born in
Los Angeles on 23 February 1929. Her parents were Wesley C. Holler Sr. &
Marian Giessing. Sheldon & Louise ahd two sons. Sheldon & Louise are now
retired. Descendants lived in CA, NV, IL, NY, WA, NJ, OR and elsewhere.
Allied: Chauncey, Craddock, Kinder, Parker, Rising, Rogers, Sheldon and
related families.

SHELL - Hahn Family Records,1712-1976; Johannes Hahn (1712-1793),             FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
married Elizabeth Margaretha Forster (ca.1715-ca.1760) in 1736/37 & immi-     Item 77
grated in 1751 from Germany to Lincoln County, North Carolina. About
1763 he married Agnes Langlin. Benedict Hahn (b.1750), a son of Johannes
and Elizabeth, married a Miss Houck, and moved from North Carolina to
Cape Girardeau (now Bollinger) County, Missouri. Descendants & relatives
lived in North Carolina, Missouri, Arkansas, North Dakota and elsewhere.
Allied: Bishop, Bonnel, Englehart, Hahn, Schell, Schumacher, Shell, Wilhite
and related families.
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SHELLABARGER - The Wingate-Winget Family in America; Various
Wingate/Winget families including descendants of John Wingate who came             FHL FILM 1697555-Misc.
to New Hampshire in 1658 and descendants of Caleb Wingate who was born             Item 14
in England in 1744 and came to New Jersey. Descendants lived in New
Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, California and elsewhere. Allied:
Bailey, Cary, Coe, Dolbeer, Dunlap, Irwin, Merryman, Shellabarger, Win-
gate, Winget and related families.

SHELTON - Richardson, Ronalds, Shelton, Walker family genealogical                 FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Records, 1830-1988. Francis Ronalds (1830-1899) was born in Edwards                Item 30
County, Illinois, married Hester (Lucy) Prichard in 1857, and settled at Gray-
ville, Illinois. Descendants and relatives lived in Illinois, Indiana, New York,
New Jersey and elsewhere. Allied: Beason, McFadden, Prichard, Richard-
son, Ronalds, Shelton, Walker and related families.

SHELTON - Genealogy of the Splawn and Collins Family, compiled by                  FHL FILM 1321408
Jennie L. Splawn in 1960 and updated by her niece Ann Baker in 1986.               Item 10
Includes bibliographies and references. Ancestors of William Butler Splawn
(1852-1922) and Mary Marshall Collins Splawn (1862-1942) of Wise County,
Texas. Allied: Claiborne, Collins, Harris, Shelton, Splawn, Woods, Wyatt
and related families.

SHEM- Wilcoxon-Shem Genealogy: John Wilcoxson (d.1712/13)                          FHL FICHE 6017607
lived in Prince George's County, Maryland. Descendants lived in Mary-
land, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio. Ancestors lived in
Germany, Ireland, Scotland and elsewhere. Allied: Billman, Burden,
Culbertson, Holloway, Lane, Leyda, Leyde, Shem, Wilcoxon and related
families.

SHEMBACH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                  FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.
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SHEMBACK- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                  FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHEMBO- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                    FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHEMFESSEL - Jacksons in Kentucky, their ancestors & descendants                 FHL FICHE 6088935
John Jackson (ca.1715-1801) of Scottish lineage, immigrated from Ireland to
Cecil County, Maryland in 1748 & married Elizabeth Cummings in 1755; De-
sendants lived in Maryland, Virgiia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois & else-
where. Includes individuals & families in Census, marriage, cemetery, etc.
sources in various counties in Kentucky, without tracing direct relationships.
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Allied: Hicks, Jackson, Oliver, Shemfessel, Steen Vaughn, Winchester and
related families.

SHENK - Mylin Ancestry and descendants of Abraham and Elizabeth                  FHL FICHE 6100428
Myer Mylin. Abraham B. Mylin (1814-1871) was born in Pennsylvania. He
married Elizabeth Meyer in 1841. Descendants who were mostly Menno-
nites lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Includes ancestors to the 1600's. Allied:
Harnish, Herr, Myer, Mylin, Shank, Shenk, Stauffer, Witmer and related
families.

SHEPARD - Foote Family, comprising the genealogy & history of Nathan-            FHL FICHE 6049389
iel Foote of Wethersfield, Connecticut & his descendants also partial record     VOL. 1
of descendants of Pascoe Foote of Salem, Massachusetts; Richard Foote of         FHL FICHE 6049390
Stafford County, Virginia; John Foote of New York City; Allied: Baldwin,         VOL. 2
Foote, Gates, Hall, Jackson, Kellogg, Palmer, Reynolds, Shepard, Stevens.

SHEPARD - William Shepard Root pedigree, ca.1600-1862. Ancestords of             FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
William Shepard Root (1789-1862) the son of William Root & Charty Shep-          Item 2
ard Root. William Root (1765-1817), the son of Azariah Root (1728-1777) and
Elizabeth Shepard Root of Sheffield, Massachusetts, married Charty Shep-
ard, daughter of Thomas Shepard (1730-1819) & Mary Kellogg Shepard of
West Hartford, Connecticut, in 1788. In: Pedigree Chart Collection of the
Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, Vol. 2, Ro. Allied: Root and
Shepard.

SHEPARD - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.              FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p564.                                                                   Item 1

SHEPHERD - The Genealogy of the Gifford Family from Massachusetts to             FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Maine. William Gifford (d.1739?) evidently arrived in New England with his       Item 1
wife, Elizabeth Grant and three children about 1743. They had at least six
more children in America. William married secondly Mary Mills on 16 May
1683 at the Sandwich Friends Monthly Meeting. She died 10 February 1734.
She died intestate. She was the daughter of John and Sarah Mills of Black-
point, Massachusetts, (now Scarborough, Maine). Descendants lived in
Maine, Massachusetts, Iowa, Washington and elsewhere. Allied: Allen,
Atwood, Bates, Bowerman, Bowman, Case, Charneski, Clark, Davis, Dill-
ingham, Ellis, Emery, Fairbrother, Fish, Gifford, Gray, Hatch, Higgins, Hobbs,
Hoxie, Jenkins, Jones, Kirby, Mayo, Nye, Oulston, Perkins, Perry, Robin-
son, Rose, Shepherd, Steen, Stevens, Swift, Taber, Tobey, Tripp, Tupper,
Warren and related families.

SHEPHERD - Biographical information of James Sheperd (1731-1781) &               FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
his wife Lucy who lived in North Carolina and selected descendants.              Item 2

SHEPERD - The Springer Family History: some descendants of Dennis                FHL FILM 1697542-Misc.
Springer and Ann Pritchett, including family histories for the families of:      Item 2
Boyles, Bellatti, Gaddis, Girton, McIntire, Prickett, Van Meter, Sheperd,
Springer and related families.
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SHEPERD - The Springer Family History: some descendants of Dennis               FHL FILM 1697542-Misc.
Springer and Ann Pritchett, including family histories for the families of:     Item 2
Boyles, Bellatti, Gaddis, Girton, McIntire, Prickett, Van Meter, Sheperd,
Springer and related families.

SHEPPARD - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled in about               UMI FICHE G-1617
1719 in Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of
his descendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell,
Bergey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker,
Brunner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Det-
weiler, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross,
Hackman, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SHEPPARD - Winston-LaFontain pedigree charts ca.1475-1948; William              FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Winston, the English immigrant, married Marie Chaillon (a French Hugue-         Item 40
not immigrant), and settled in what became New Kent County, Virginia. He
died before 1702/03. Isaac Winston, a direct descendant in the fourth gener-
ation, married Marianne Fountaine, who was a direct descendant of the La
Fontain immigrant family of French Huguenots. Descendants and relatives
lived in Virginia, Kentucky and elsewhere. Allied: Fontain, Jones, LaFontain,
Lilly, McGinn, Mosby, Sheppard, Winston and related families.

SHER - Capt. John S. Thompson (1790-1834) and Mary Amy Turner (1791-            FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
1864); John S. Thompson was born in Cherry Valley, New York & married           Item 52
Mary Amy Turner. He died in LeGrange , New York. Descendants lived in
New York Pennsylvania, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon & elsewhere. Allied: Courter,
Kepler, Knoll, Shafer, Sher, Strain, Studley, Thompson and related families.

SHERNAN - Descendants of John Read; John Read (1598-1859) immi-                 FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
grated (with his brother William) from England to Boston, Massahcusetts in      Item 2
1630. After several moves, John settled at Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Des-
cendants (chiefly through the male line) and realtives to 1859 lived in Mass-
achusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and elsewhere. Includes some Read
family history in England to about 1139 A.D. Allied: Nicholson, Read, Reed,
Shernan and related families.

SHERARD - Sherard Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                      FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                Item 2, Vol. 3, p220

SHERBURNE - A genealogy of the first five generations in America of             FHL FILM 1016918-Misc.
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the Lang family: descendants of Robert Lang, fisherman, of the Isles of Sho-     Item 3
als & of Sagamore Creek, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; born before 1650,
married 1668, Ann Williams: with some notices of allied Sagamore Creek &
Portsmouth families. Robert Lang (d.1716) married Ann Williams in 1668 &
lived in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Descendants & relatives lived in New
England, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Idaho and elsewhere. Allied: Beck, Brooking,
Jeffry, Jones, Lang, Moses, Peverly, Savage, Sherburne, Staples, Walford,
Wallis, Williams and related families.

SHERER - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.               FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p567.                                                                   Item 1

SHERER - Mensch, Moser, Ochs, , Scherer, Sherer, Simon, Stocker,                 FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
Roeder families of Northampton, Lehigh & Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania            Item 6
1712-1913.

SHERFIELD - The Gooldy Grapevine, Vol. 1, No. 1 (May 1974), News-                FHL FILM 1638365-Misc.
letter for the interchange and collection of genealogical and family history     Item 6
data about Gooldy individuals and families within the United States. Vol. 1-2
includes indexes; Allied: Athon, Craighead, Gooldy, Huddleston, Pierce,
Ridgeway, Sherfield and related families.

SHERIDAN - Autobiography sketch of Rev. William Henry Wilson, 1867-.             FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1960, a Baptist pastor who served churches in Coshocton, Fayhette, Guern-        Item 39
sey, Harrison, Muskingum and Summit Counties, Ohio. He was born in Birm-
ingham, Guernsey County, Ohio to John Neal Wilson and Chrisdtian Ann
Morrow, and married Estella Ferrell. Allied: Ferrell, Kinkaid, McKinney,
Morrow, Neel, Sheridan, Wilson and related families.

SHERK - The Newsletter of the Sherk/Shirk/Sherrick family of the U.S.            FHL FICHE 6047585
and Canada. Allied: Burkholder, Fjarlie, Heisey, Hoover, Johnson, Pipher,
Pugmire, Sherk, Sherrick, Shirk, Stuarb, Stouffer, Walder, Wideman.

SHERK - The Wideman Family; Desendants of various Wideman/Weid-                  FHL FILM 0962171-Misc.
man individuals who emigrated to this continent in the late 1700's and settled   Item 2
primarily in various counties of Pennsylvania. Allied: Fretz, Lehman, Scarth,
Sherk, Slogett, Stouffer, Weidman, Wideman and related families.

SHERMAN- The Barker Genealogy: Robert of Plymouth Colony, 1628;                  FHL FICHE 6016440
John of Duxbury, MA, 1628; James of Rhode Island, 1634; James of Roxley,         thru 6016443
MA, 1638; Edward of Branford, CT, 1640; Richard of Andover, MA, 1643;
Samuel of Delaware, 1682; Virginia Barkers, 1700; The descendants &
relatives of the listed Barker immmigrants lived in New England, New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Delaware, Virginia and elsewhere. Some descendants
immigrated to New brunswick and elsewhere in Canada; Allied: Burpee,
Foote, Gould, Howland, Jewett, Lawton, Little, Peckham, Sherman, White
and related families.

SHERMAN - The Giddings family, or The descendants of George Gidd-                FHL FICHE 6019901
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ings: who came from St. Albans, England to Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1635:
with a record of others of the name not yet traced, also a sketch of promin-
ent persons connected with the family. George Giddings (1608-1676) married
Jane Tuttle and emigrated in 1635 from England to Ipswich, Massachusetts.
Descendants lived in New England, New York Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michi-
gan, South Dakota and elsewhere. Allied: Buck, Burnham, Fuller, Gelston,
Giddings, Northrop, Seelye, Sherman and related families.

SHERMAN - Brown, Stanton, Evans, Sherman, Coutanche Families and                FHL FICHE 6088332
Collateral lines 1420-1987. Sheperd S. Brown has traced his family roots
back into England on a number of lines. This book is the method he choses
to publish the results of his research. He traces many lines back to the
colonial period. Allied: Brown, Coutanche, Evans, Miller, Sherman, Stanton.

SHERMAN - A record of Richard Drury & allied families of: Andrew,               UMI FICHE G-3594
Appel, Babbitt, Baker, Barlow, Bradley, Dimon, Durmann, Drury, Francis,
Fry, Giese, Gilbert, Heydolph, Hull, Ingamell, Jackson, Lowry, Makin, Nice-
wonger, Pinckney, Reinhart, Sherman, Ward, Washabaugh and related
families.

SHERMAN - Descendants of John Read, 1598-1859; immigrated with his              FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
brother William, from England to Boston, Massachusetts in 1630. After sev-      Item 2
eral moves John settled in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Descendants (chiefly
through the male line) and relatives to 1859 lived in Massachusetts, Connect-
icut, Rhode Island and elsewhere. Includes some Read famiy history in
England to about 1139 A.D. Allied: Nicholson, Read, Reed, Sherman and
related families.

SHERMAN - Genealogy, Little Compton Familie, Rhode Island, by B.F.              FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p569.                                                                  Item 1

SHERMAN - Sherman Family Bible. Contains the records of the family of           FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
Philip Sherman, who was born in South Kingston in 1795, & his wife Hannah       Item 1
Briggs, who was born in North Kingston in 1799. They were married in 1819.
This family intermarried with the Copelands. In: Bible records from the
Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied: Briggs, Copeland and
Sherman.

SHERMAN - The Goulds of Elkhorn; Albert Gould (1829-1863) married               FHL FILM 1035570-Misc.
Jane Augusta Holbrook in 1852 and lived in Santa Clara County, California.      Item 4
His widow married Levi Lancaster Tourtillott (1836-1876) in 1864. George
Albert Gould, a son married Marriet Eliza McClay and moved from Califor-
nia to Coos County, Oregon. Descendants lived in California, Oregon and
elsewhere. Allied: Cottle, Gould, Holbrook, Ingersoll, McClay, Phelps,
Sherman, Tourtillott and related families.

SHERMAN - A Ferris Genealogy; Jeffery Ferris (1610-1666) who immi-              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
grated from England to Greenwhich, Connecticut. Descendants lived               Item 42
throughout the United States.
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Vol. 1: Historical background of the family; other Ferris family lines and
         fragments of lines.(includes master index to all five volumes)
Vol. 2: Descendants of Joseph Ferris, son of Jeffrey (1610-1666).
Vol. 3: Descendants of John Ferris, son of Jeffrey (1610-1666).
Vol. 4: Descendants of James Ferris, son of Jeffrey (1610-1666).
Vol. 5: Descendants of Zachariah Ferris, son of Samuel.
Allied: Carpenter, Ferris, Knapp, Lockwood, Mead, Palmer, Peck, Sherman,
Thompson, Wood and related families.

SHERRICK - The Newsletter of the Sherk/Shirk/Sherrick family of the            FHL FICHE 6047585
United States and Canada. Allied: Buckholder, Fjarlie, Heisey, Hoover,
Johnson, Pipher, Pugmire, Sherk, Sherrick, Shirk, Stuarb, Stouffer, Walder,
Wideman.

SHERWOOD - Thomas Sherwood of Fairfield, Connecticut. A genealogy              FHL FILM 1597740-Misc.
of the Sherwood family who are descendants of Thomas Sherwood of Fair-         Item 12
field, Connecticut. This record begins with the 5th generation. Albert Sher-
wood born 18 November 1733 the son of Daniel and Martha Hull Sherwood.
He married Ann Buckingham (1737-1822). He died 12 November 1803 in
Greenfield, Connecticut. The family lived in Fairfield, Connecticut.

SHETHAR - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.            FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p566.                                                                 Item 1

SHEWCHUK- In a new land-chronicles of the Shewchuk family: "we                 FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
came to seek a better life." Wasyl Shewchuk (1857-1952) married Alexandra      Item 36
Palahnuik in 1884 and immigrated ub 1896 from the Ukraine of Russia to land
near Gardenton, Manitoba. Descendants and relatives (much of the inter-
marriage was among Ukrainian immigrants and their descendants) lived in
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to
Oregon and elsewhere in the United States. Allied: Boynowski, Grassham,
Kalanchey, Kohut, Kolanchey, LeDuke, Shewchuk, Tashdinian and related
families.

SHEWALTER- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
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bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHIELDS - The family of Robert and Martha Chalfant of Birmingham,                FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Chester (now Delaware County) Pennsylvania 1713-1767; Three Chalfant             Item 6
 in the 1700's as follows: (1) Robert Chalfant and his wife Martha, had seven
children between 1713 and 1729; (2) abstract of will of John Chalfant (d.1724)
and (3) abstract of will of Robert Chalfant, (d.1767) compiled by Milton Rubi-
cam, 1909. Allied: Barnett, Chalfant, Frame, Freame, Shields & related families.

SHIELDS - James Shields family records, 1747-1770, in Chester County,         FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Pennsylvania. James Shields was on the tax lists of Chester County, Penn-     Item 34
sylvania between 1747 and 1763. In 1770, guardians were appointed for
some of his minor children because of his recent death. His widow also sur-
vived. In: Miscellaneous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1,
leaves 349-350.

SHIELDS - Daniel Shields of County Antrim, Ireland & his descendants          FHL FILM 1321332-Gen.
n America.                                                                    Item 3

SHILL - Pedigree chart of Olive Eve Nielsen Shill, born 6 November            FHL FILM 0928073-Misc.
1914 at Richville, Arizona and married Victor David Shill on 12 July 1932.    Item 2
Allied: Gibbons, Holgate, Neilsen, Pederson, Shill and related families.

SHILLING - Isaac Wagner family tree. Tobias Wagner (d.1775) immigrat-         FHL FILM 1033558-Misc.
ed from Germany to Massachusetts in 1742, later moving to Tulpehocken,        Item 2
Pennsylvania where he married Anna Maria Weiser. He later returned to
Germany, but his children remained in Pennsylvania. Isaac Wagner (d.1887)
was a direct descendant. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, California and
elsewhere. Allied: Bucklin, Havice, Huey, Metz, Osborn, Shilling, Wagner
and related families.

SHIMBAUGH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
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Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHIMFESSEL - Jacksons in Kentucky, their ancestors & descendants.              FHL FICHE 6088935
John Jackson (ca.1715-1801) lineage, immigrated from Ireland to Cecil
County, Maryland in 1748 & married Elizabeth Cummings in 1755. Descen-
dants lived in Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois and else-
where. Includes records of Jackson families and individuals in census, marr-
iage, cemetery etc., sources in Kentucky, without tracing direct relation-
ships. Allied: Hicks, Jackson, Oliver, Shemfessel, Steen, Vaughn, Win-
chbester and related families.

SHINABERRY - Searfoss-Yoakam-Fleming lineage, ca.1790-1980; Jacob              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Searfoss (1817-1882) born in Pickaway County, Ohio; married twice and          Item 48
died in Hancock County, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio, West Virginia,
Michigan, Missouri, Florida and elsewhere; Allied: Binkley, Fleming,
Gatchel, Searfoss, Shinaberry, Watt, Yoakam.

SHINN - Allen Family; Robert Allen, a Quaker, moved from Shrewsbury,           FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
New Jersey to Tuckerton, New Jersey and married Edith Andrews in 1716,         Item 4
settling on the west bank of the Wading River in New Jersey. Descendants
lived in New Jersey, New York, New England and elsewhere. Allied: Allen,
Cranmer, Darby, Pharo, Seaman, Shinn, Sprague and related families.

SHINN - Leek Family; Philip Leeke, d. 1676 immigrated from England to          FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
New Haven, Connecticut ca. 1640; Descendants thru 1964 lived in New            Item 19
England, New York, New Jersey and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Darby,
Johnson, Leek, Leeke, Pharo, Shinn and related families.

SHIPPEN - My family - ancestors & descendants by Edna Cousins Shaw,            FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
indexed. The above work dealt with the family history and genealogy of         Item 53
the Axford family between about 1724 and 1971, mostly living in New Jer-
sey, Michigan, Illinois & elsewhere. A portion of this family were United
Empire Loyalists who immigrated to Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Al-
berta and elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Axford, Case, Cousinds, Crisman,
Shaw, Shippen, Taylor and related families.

SHIRK - The Newsletter of the Sherk/Shirk/Sherrick family of the U.S.          FHL FICHE 6047585
and Canada. Allied: Buckholder, Fjarlie, Heisey, Hoover, Johnson, Pipher,
Pugmire, Sherk, Sherrick, Shirk, Stuarb, Stouffer, Walder, Wideman.

SHIRKS - A history of the family of Matthias Friedman. The Friedman-           FHL FILM 1425278-Misc.
Weiler family were Catholics who emigrated from Zell, Unzhurst in the Grand    Item 3
Duchy of Baden, Germany, via La Harve, France. They arrived in Balitmore,
MD about 1832 and settled in Start County, in eastern Ohio. Chiefly a record
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of ancestors and descendants of Matthias Friedman and Maria Anna Weiler.
Matthais was born in Germany on 25 February 1789. He was the son of Johannes
George Friedman (1758-1793) and Scholastica Salome Steibich (1756-aft 1790).
Matthais married maria Anna Weiler on 24 July 1814 at Vimbuch, Unzhurst,
Germany. Maria was the daughter of Francis Anthon Weiler Sr. (1757-aft 1789)
& Elizabetha Catharina Weiler (1760-aft 1789). Maria was born 25 September
1789 at Zell, Unzhurst, Baden, Germany. They had 15 children. Matthais died
on 12 October 1867 in Hanover, OH. Maria Anna died on 1 nov 1857 in Canton,
OH. Descendants lived in OH, IN, IA, KS, UT & elsewhere. Allied: Daykins,
Freidman, Peterson, Pratt, Regester, Shirks, Weiler and related families.

SHIRLEY - Moon of Woodplumpton. Descendants (into the 1970's) of               FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
Robert Moon, d.1615/16 of Woodplumpton, Lancashire, England. Allied:           Item 7
Higgins, Jaques, Lever, Mansfield, Moon, Shirley, Walker and related
families in France & England.

SHIVLEY - Biographical and research data for Shivley researchers;              FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
Shively Family probably originated as the "Schaublin" family from Switzer-     Item 7
land. Various families settled in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West
Virginia, Indiana and elsewhere. Allied: Schaublin, Shivley.

SHOCKEY - Shockey history & genealogy; Johann Christoffel Schacke              FHL FILM 1035570-Misc.
(ca.1715-1796) immigrated from the Palatinate of Germany to Philadelphia,      Item 2
Pennsylvania; his anglicized name was John Christopher Shockey. Descen-
dants lived throughout the United States. Some descendants immigrated to
Saskatchewan & elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Brooks, Fuller, Kahl, Kersting,
Markley, Mattingly, Ramsey, Rinehart, Schacke, Schultz, Shockey.

SHOCKLEY - Three children were born in the Wimbrough family 1852-              FHL FICHE 6046733
1858; Alexandria R. Wimbrough, 1852; Mahaly E. Wimbrough (Mahalie
Wimbrough Belt), 1855-1929; & Theodore S. Wimbrough, 1858. Two child-
ren were born to the Phipps family, 1865-1869; Georgia A. Phipps, 1865;
Charles W. Phipps , 1869. Charles Wesley Shockley & Georgia A. Phipps
(1865-1937) were married in 1897. They had two children 1899-1903. Their
son Charles Norwood Shockley (b.1899) & Julia Elizabeth Carey were marr-
ied in 1923. They had two chihldren, 1926-1928. In: Bible Records, Sussex
County, Delaware. Allied: Phipps, Shockley, Wimbrough.

SHOCKLEY - Descendants of Quincy Visonia Shockley (1815-1894), born            FHL FICHE 6088405
in South Carolina. He later lived in Arkansas & died in Freestone County,
Texas. He married Penelope Aadeline Tate (1820-1884). Descendants lived
in Tennessee, South Carolina, Maryland, Texas, Illinois, Alabama and else-
where. Allied: Austin, Bynum, Elrod, Iley, Shamburger, Shockley and related
families.

SHOEMAKER - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled ca.                  UMI FICHE G-1617
1719 in Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of
his descendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell,
Bergey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Brunner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Det-
weiler, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross,
Hackman, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SHOEMAKER - Pastorius family of Germantown, Pennsylvania and it's               FHL FILM 0526997-Misc.
intermarriages: Genealogy of the Pastorius and related families 1576-1925.      Item 2
Includes notes on the allied families of: Antes, Levering, Lincoln, Lucken,
Pastorius, Shoemaker, Stark, Tyson, Wilson, Wolf, Wunder and related
families.

SHOMBACH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                  FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHOMBACK- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                  FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHOMBAUGH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHOMBOUGH- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHOMBROOK- Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHORT - The Bingaman Genealogy. Descendants of Abraham Bingaman                FHL FICHE 6075610
and his wife Catharine Beaver of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Washing-
ton County, Maryland; Allied: Baker, Bartles, Hamby, Livengood, Short.

SHORT - The survivors, my ancestors; history and genealogy of the              FHL FICHE 6101655
Scotch Irish immigrants who settled in Lancaster and Cumberland Counties,
Pennsylvania; includes other families who lived in Indiana, Missouri, South
Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and elsewhere. Allied: Akers, Anderson, Christy,
Drennon, Harvey, Jones, Lindsey, Rodgers, Short, Snipes, Smith, Wagster
and related families.

SHORT - Leslie R. Abell, b.1899 and Reuben H. Abell were both descen-          FHL FILM 1035668-Misc.
dants of Robert Abell, d.1663, who immigrated to America from England in       Item 7
1630 & died in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Reuben married Mary J. Well
Underwood in 1887. In 1917, Leslie married Emma Lena Laurment & they
had 3 children. His second wife was Emma Louise Clifford, b.1908. They
had one child. Allied: Abell, Blowers, Coombs, Graziano, Schultz, Short.

SHORT - Gilstrap, Short, Duncan, Ilsley, Davis family genealogical data,       FHL FILM 1320835-Misc
1608-1978. Peter Gilstrap (ca.1735/1740-1795), son of Thomas Gilstrap (b.ca.   Item 49
1710/1715), immigrated about 1752 from Scotland or England to Craven
County, North Carolina. William Ilsley (1608-1681) and his family immigrated
in 1635 from England to Newbury, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives
lived in New England, Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana and elsewhere.
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Allied: Collier, Davis, Duncan, Gilstrap, Ilsley, Moore, Short and related
families.

SHOUNK - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled about 1719 in             UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SHOUP - Early German Hawk families of Westmoreland County, PA;                   FHL FICHE 6111504
The original Hawk (Haag) settler in Westmoreland County, PA, was Conrad
Haag (died ca.1830). Before migrating to western Pennsylvania, he was a
resident of Lehigh Twp., Northampton County, in the 1750's. Conrad Haag
was born in Germany, and while still a child, came to America with his father,
Hans Jerg Hag, in 1748. Family lived first in Philadelphia and later in Bucks
County, PA. Conrad married (1) Sarah Williams, daughter of Thomas and
Naeima Willems originally of Germany, in 1759 probably in Lehigh Twp.
Sarah Williams Haag died in 1788. The following year Conrad married (2)
Elizabeth Volck Walter (born ca.1739). The descendants of Conrad Haag
and first wife Sarah are present in this book. Includes Haack, Haag, Hag,
Hawk and allied families of Beck, Beighley, Kunkle, Lookabaugh,
Mortimer, Smith, Shoup, Shupe, Young. Includes index.

SHOWALTER - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHREVE - The Peter Kepler family of Erie & Crawford Counties, Penn-               FHL FILM 0517233-Misc.
syvania by Frank Roy Kepler, b.1875. Allied: Kepler, Shreve.                      Item 10

SHRIEVE - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.               FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p567.                                                                    Item 1

SHRIVER - A history & genealogy of the Miller family; John Miller born            FHL FILM 1597552-Misc.
1777 in Maryland married in 1803, Elizabeth Shriver and had nine children.        Item 3
They lived in Pennsylvania & he became a wagoner on the national road
driving a conestoga wagon and team. He also drove cattle along same routes.
Many of his descendants moved into Ohio where most were still living at the
time this material was published (1933). Allied: Mayo, Miller, Shriver & relat-
ed families.

SHULER - Reichert and Richards family of Bucks and Montgomery                     FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Counties, Pennsylvania. Rudolph Reichert (1686-1779) and his family immi-         Item 13
grated from Switzerland or Germany, via Rotterdam, to what is now Bucks
County, Pennsylvania; Descendants thru 1967 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania.
Allied: Beltz, Mininger, Reichert, Richards, Sheetz, Shuler & related families.

SHUMBOH - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                  FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHUNBOUGH - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs              FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SHUPE - Early German Hawk families of Westmoreland County, PA;                      FHL FICHE 6111504
The original Hawk (Haag) settler in Westmoreland County, PA, was Conrad
Haag (died ca.1830). Before migrating to western Pennsylvania, he was a
resident of Lehigh Twp., Northampton County, in the 1750's. Conrad Haag
was born in Germany, and while still a child, came to America with his father,
Hans Jerg Hag, in 1748. Family lived first in Philadelphia and later in Bucks
County, PA. Conrad married (1) Sarah Williams, daughter of Thomas and
Naeima Willems originally of Germany, in 1759 probably in Lehigh Twp.
Sarah Williams Haag died in 1788. The following year Conrad married (2)
Elizabeth Volck Walter (born ca.1739). The descendants of Conrad Haag
and first wife Sarah are present in this book. Includes Haack, Haag, Hag,
Hawk and allied families of Beck, Beighley, Kunkle, Lookabaugh,
Mortimer, Smith, Shoup, Shupe, Young. Includes index.

SHURTLEFF - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by                    FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
B. F. Wilbour, p569.                                                                Item 1

SHUTT - Gates Researcher: Newsletter for the interchange and collection             FHL FICHE 6055258
of genealogical and family history data about Gates individuals and families
within the United States. Includes abstracts and transcripts from local, county,
state, and federal sources (Bible records, cemeteries, obituaries, vital records,
land and property, probate, census, etc.). Allied: Day, Gates, Getz, Jenkins,
Lee, Palmer, Paramore, Shutt, Tracy, Vernon and related families.

SICAR - Chronology of the Secord Family ca.1572-1987; Ambroise Sicar                FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
and four of his brothers, Huguenots, fled from France to England and then           Item 76
(via Holland) to create what became New Rochelle, Westchester County,
New York. John Sicar (1725-1804), a direct descendant of Ambroise, served
with the British during the Revolutionary War & later immigrated to Niagara-
on-the-Lake, Welland County, Ontario. Descendants who lived in Canada
changed the surname to Secord, while those living in the United States chief-
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ly spelled it Secor. Descendants and relatives lived in Ontario, Quebec,
& elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Connecticut and
elsewhere. Allied: Crooks, Gourlay, Lampsman, McNamara, Secor, Secord,
Sicar, VanWagner, Winterbottom and related families.

SICKLES - History of the John Davis Family: being an account of the des-      FHL FILM 0928604-Misc.
cendants of John Davis, a native of England, who died in East Hampton, Long   Item 2
Island in 1705: with notices of individuals and families connected with them,
brought down to 1886-7. John Davis Sr. (1612-1705) immigrated from England
to East Hampton, Long Island, New York and married twice (possibly once
in England). Descendants and relatives lived in New York, New Jersey,
New England, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied:
Davis, Glover, Mills, Palmer, Sickles, Terry, Wickham and related families.

SICKLES - The Ancestery of Franklin Merriam Peabody: collected and            FHL FILM 1036043-Misc.
made into this book as a mark of the affection of his grandfather, Franklin   Item 1
Ashbury Merriam. John Paybody was born in England and immigrated in
1636/37 to Duxbury, Massachusetts. His will was proved 27 April 1667. Allied:
Merriam, Peabody, Sickles.

SIDWELL - Cox Family Group records 1814-1959. Orville Sutherland Cox           FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
(1814-1888) moved from New York to Lima, Illinois & married Elvira Pamela      Item 25
Mills in 1839. They became Mormon converts and moved to Salt lake City,
Utah, moving later to various towns in Sanpete County, Utah. Descendants
lived in Utah, Idaho and elsewhere. Allied: Cox, Jones, Sidwell.

SIGLE - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-            FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-            Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

SIGOURNEY - Samuel W. Dexter Pedigree; Paternal ancestry of John               FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
W. Dexter, son of Samuel Dexter and Catherine Gordon Dexter. Samuel            Item 1
Dexter, (1761-1816) was the son of Samuel Dexter (1726-1810) and his wife
Hannah Sigourney, daughter of Andrew Sigourney (1643-1748). Dexter
ancestors lived in Malden, Massachusetts. Allied: Dexter, Sigourney

SILER - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and                FHL FICHE 6055208
history of the Harless (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


Alsace, Austria, Bavaria, England, Germany, Prussia, Russia, Sweden, Swit-
zerland and Wales. Focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Johan or
John Phillip Harless (1716-1772) of Germersheim, Germany, who married
Anna Margareta Preisch (Price), and immigrated to the Shenandoah Valley
of Virginia ca. 1738. Hayerlas (Harless) families lived in Holanbrunn, Wiesen-
muhle and Wunseidel areas as early as the 15th century. Some settled in
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia in the
1600-1700's. During the 1800's some moved to Alabama, Arkansas, California,
Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mich-
igan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York,
North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Later descendants & relatives
also lived in Korea and in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Montana, New
Mexico, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Some had
Cherokee and other American Indian Bloodlines. Some had African Amer-
ican Bloodlines. Allied: Bailey, Ball, Barker, Brooks, Charles, Copley, Crin-
er, Drawdy, Drody, Droddy, Eplin, Epling, Evans, Foust, Gann, Haarlass,
Hairlas, Halless, Harelas, Harlas, Harless, Harlep, Harlice, Harlis, Harliss,
Harlles, Harloss, Harlues, Harlus, Harrlis, Hayerlas, Hearles, Hearls, Heir-
less, Herlas, Herles, Herlos, Hesless, Hoffman, Hollis, Horles, Horlos, Hurias,
Hurles, Hurless, Hurleys, Kaywood, Killian, Lore, McCasland, Moon, Peden,
Preisch, Preiss, Preisz, Price, Prichard, Pritchard, Ridenour, Sayler, Seyler,
Siler, Sylar, Syler, Stampe, Tillman, Tilman, Underwood and related families.

SILER - Siler family: sketches, Andrew Lafayette Siler, Ruth A. Van Valk-         FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
enburg Siler, John Bennett, Sara Glover, Hinton Siler & Elizabeth Bennett         Item 1
Siler; Andrew Lafayette Siler was born in 1824 at Tumepu, Tennessee.

SILL - Hyde Genealogy, or The descendants in the female as well as in             FHL FILM 0844824-Genealogy
the male lines, from William Hyde of Norwich: with their places of residence
& dates of births, marriages, etc & other particulars of them & their families
& ancestry. William Hyde (d.1681) immigrated in 1633 from England to New-
ton, Massachusetts & moved with Rev. Thomas Hooker to Hartford, Conn-
ecticut in 1636. Later he moved to Saybrook & about 1660 to Norwich, Conn-
ectiuct. Descendants & relatives lived in New England, New York, New
Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin & elsewhere. Lists
other Hyde immigrants, without tracing any relationships to William Hyde I.
Allied: Abel, Armstrong, Door, Ely, Griswold, Hough, Hubbard, Huntingdon,
Hyde, Jewett, Lord, Peck, Rogers, Sill, Tracy and related families.

SILVIUS - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled about 1719 in             UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
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Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SIMERSON - Clark family genealogical data, ca1800-1988. William & Mary           FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Clark lived in Palermo, Maine, and one of their sons was Benjamin Frank          Item 28
Clark (1856-1927), who moved to Magnolia, Wisconsin when he was 16 or
17 years old. His father had died, leaving his widowed mother with six child-
ren, and she sent three of the children to a sister, Eliza and her husband
Jonathan Lacten, who lived on a farm near Magnolia. Descendants and
relatives lived in Maine, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Montana, California and
elsewhere. Allied: Andrew, Beal, Clark, Frankenberger, Gundlach, Simer-
son, Wonderlund and related families.

SIMESON - The Gobbel family of Rowan, North Carolina 1784, later of              FHL FILM 0982194-Misc.
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carol-         Item 9
ina, Missouri, Utah, Nevada and elsewhere. Allied: Barber, Gobbel, Howell,
Kellam, Massey, Norment, Simeson, Walk, Wood, Young. (Vol. 1).

SIMKINS - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones              FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was           Item 8
born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He
died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carol-
ina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they
lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later
settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in Sept-
ember 1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799
Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
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Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SIMON - Mensch, Moser, Ochs, , Scherer, Sherer, Simon, Stocker, Roe-              FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
der families of Northampton, Lehigh and Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania              Item 6
1712-1913.

SIMONDS - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames              UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SIMMONS - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.               FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p571.                                                                    Item 1

SIMMONS - Allen Family Bible. Contains records of the Samuel Allen &              FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
Clarissa G. Simmons of Newport who were married on 26 March 1857. In:             Item 2
Bible records at the Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied: Allen,
and Simmons.

SIMMONS - Gleanings in the family field: a study of the Wicker Family &           FHL FILM 1036663-Misc.
related lines in the South. Thomas Wicker immigrated to Virginia from             Item 15
England, probably from Devonshire. He settled in Westmoreland County,
Virginia, and died in 1704. Includes notes on the allied families of: Brown,
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Faulk, Holley, McNeill, Prince, Simmons, Tyler, Warthen, Wicker.

SIMMONS - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones              FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was           Item 8
born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He
died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carol-
ina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they
lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later
settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in Sept-
ember 1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799
Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SIMON - Mensch, Moser, Ochs, , Scherer, Sherer, Simon, Stocker, Roe-             FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
der families of Northampton, Lehigh and Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania             Item 6
1712-1913.

SIMONS - Byrams in America. William H. Byram moved from England                  FHL FICHE 6049615
to Ireland about the time his son, Nicholas Byram (ca.1610-1683), was born.
When Nicholas was sixteen, his father sent him to visit friends in England
in care of a man who betrayed his trust and sold Nicholas into indenturehood
in the West Indies. After Nicholas had completed his indenturehood, he
immigrated to Weymouth, Massachusetts, and married Susanna Shaw. They
later moved to Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives
lived in New England, New Jersey, New York, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois,
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, California and elsewhere. Allied: Barnard, Byram,
Fisher, Hinds, Howard, Lazell, McClenny, McEwen, Pitney, Simons and
related families.
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SIMPKINS - Genealogical Records: Misellaneous Collection;                    FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Atteberry: See Black below.                                                  Item 29
Benson: Alvah Benson (b.1799) autobiographical sketch (of a Mormon
           Convert), New York, Illinois, Utah.
Black: Black family Bible records, 1838-1927.
Black: Black family Bible records, 1864-1982 (includes Atteberry, Lee).
         Mississippi, Texas.
Brewer: Brewer Family Bible Records, 1830-1983 (includes Simpkins,
           Witmer), Texas.
Cowan: Cowan Family Bible Records Transcript, 1767-1939, Delaware,
          North Carolina.
Green: See Hope below.
Hope: Hope family Bible Records, 1820-1946 (includes Green), Texas.
Lee: See Black above.
Levin: marriage license no. 56079, David Henry Levin and Dorothea
         Louise Wolles, 27 Mar 1918, San Francisco, California.
Peters:family Bible records, 1807-1866, Ontario.
Simpkins: See Brewer above.
Teachman:John Teachman, d. 1908, coroner's inquest describing body
              found near Swanton, Ohio.
Vesber:Charles Vesber (immigrant from Germany; enlisted in Chicago)
          U.S. Navy military service records, 1882-1897.
Wolles: See Levin above.

SIMS - The Duke-Symes family. William Duke married Hannah Grendon            FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
prior to 1672 in Charles City County, Colony of Virginia. She was the widow  Item 6
of William Bird. Their descendant Fanny Duke, daughter of Burwell and
Frances Duke, Sr., married Briggs Smith in Warren County, North Carolina
in 1796. Another of their daughters, Holly Duke, married Benjamin L. Sims
brother of Briggs Sims, on 9 March 1805 also in Warren County. Briggs Sims
died in Bedford County, Tennessee in 1832. Sometime in 1832 Fanny (Duke)
Sims removed with her family from Bedford County to Green County, Missouri.
Benjamin L. Sims died 9 March 1835. Holly Sims married Rev. Harris G. Joplin
on 23 January 1834 in Green County, Missouri. She died ca.1842. Descen-
dants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas,
Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Abernathy, Barker, Bobbitt, Bullock, Byrd,
Christmas, Davis, Dryden, Duke, Eppes, Green, Grendon, Gwynne, Hans-
ford, Hardyman, Hawkins, Isham, Johnson, Jones, Mangum, Morris, Parish,
Person, Polk, Poythress, Randolph, Read, Robberson, Sims, Symes, Stegge,
Taylor, Walker, Wayles, Whately, Williams and related families.

SIMPSON - Judd - a compilation of Judd Families, primarily descendats of     FHL FICHE 6049812
Rowland Judd (ca.1720-1806) who immigrated, probably from England to
Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania ca.a 1745, later moving to Pittsylvania
County, Virginia and then to Surrey and Wilkes Counties, North Carolina.
Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky,
Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Nevada, Washington &
elsewhere. Allied: Curry, Gentry, Jeffries, Judd, Kessler, Simpson, Wright
and related families.
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SIMPSON - Almy Family Bible. Contains records of the Abram Almy who             FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
was born on 14 August 1811 & married Martha B. Simpson on 1 January 1839.       Item 2
In: Bible records of the Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied:
Almy, Simpson.

SIMPSON - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-          FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-            Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

SIMS - Family History; William Hendrickson was born in Pennsylvania in          FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1780, the son of William Hendrickson. He migrated to Jefferson County,          Item 7
Kentucky, with his parents. He married Virginia Jane Kemp, daughter of
Reuben Kemp, a Revolutionary War soldier, at Elizabethtown, Hardin
County, Kentucky in 1807. They migrated to Patoka (now Cass Twp.) Du-
bois County, Indiana ca. 1808, settling near the town of New Holland. "All
the Hendricksons have left this community and the largest number of Des-
cendants of this group now reside in Warwick County, Indiana, but many
have migrated to the middle and western states. It is this Hendrickson family
in which the writer is primarily interested. William & Virginia Jane Kemp
Hendrickson died about 1858/59 and were buried in the Hendrickson Bur-
ial ground, which is about thirteen miles southeast of Holland, Indiana, on
the Vincent Hendrickson farm. Descendants lived in Indiana, Missouri,
Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Austill, Barnes,
Bergrude, Bilderback, Blair, Bodell, Braun, Chreste, Crawford, Crow, Dav-
is, Drury, Duke, Elliot, Fredenberg, Gaines, Gorman, Gossman, Hampton,
Hayden, Heath, Hendrickson, Hesson, Houghtaling, Hunt, Johnson, Kemp,
Latlow, Lewellyn, McGowan, Marquette, Marvis, Meyers, Miller, Naylor,
Nelson, Poellein, Purdy, Rothgeber, Sims, Stark, Tracey, Walker, Weis-
heimer, Williams, Wittenbraker, Yeager, Young and related families.

SINCLAIR - The History of the Sinclair Family in Europe and America             UMI FICHE G-500
for 1100 years; giving a genealogical and biographical history of the family
in Normandy, France; a general record of it in Scotland, England, Ireland
and a full biographical and genealogical record of many branches in Canada
and the United States by Leonard Allison Morrison, 1896. Allied: Cilley,
Clark, Hodgdon, Jones, Merrill, Norris and Sinclair families.
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SINCLAIR - Dimmitt Collection; includes indexes to following surnames:           FHL FILM 1421687-Misc.
Adams, Biggs, Dimmitt, Gaines, Gilberts, Hutcherson, Jarvis, McCune,             Items 1-9
McFarland, Parker, Pryor, Shannon, Sinclair, Tapley, Thompson, Womack.

SINCLAIR - William Wright and his wife, Janet sinclair, Restigouche County,      FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
New Brunswick pioneers: their background and their family. William Wright        Item 46
(ca.1825-1893) was born in Northern Ireland. Janet (1819-1863) was bonr in
Isle of Arran, Scotland. They immigrated to Restigouche County, New Bruns-
wick ca. 1854-1855. Descendants lived in New Brunswick, Washington and
elsewhere. Includes ancestry of Janet in Scotland. Allied: Kenyon, MacBride,
MacKinnon, McNair, Sinclair, Wright and related families.

SINGLETON - Bartlett - Dewitt Genealogy by Arden Perry Horton, 1910;             FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
 Abel DeWitt (1801-1857) moved from Kentucky to Perry County, Indiana            Item 12
and married Nancy Miller in 1822, later moving to Sullivan County, Indiana.
Descendants lived in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, California
and elsewhere: Allied Bartlett, Blackburn, Bruce, DeWitt, Horton, Parmely,
Rohrer, Singleton.

SINNOTT - The Hagerty Family, ca. 1799-1963; Jeremiah Hagerty (1799-             FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
1871) married Mary Regan (Ragan) and immigrated ca.1840 from Ireland to          Item 17
Picton, Ontario, immigrating before 1848 to Great Bend, Pennsylvania. Later
removing to New York and then to White Pigeon, Mi.chigan; Allied: Bergan,
Casey, Hagerty, Kerwin, McCreary, Murphy, Sinnott.

SIPE - Genealogy of the Putnams: with addendum of Walter Scott and               FHL FILM 1036667-Misc.
Abigail E. (Bower) Putnam family. Andrew Buttman Sr. (ca.1720/1725-1777),        Item 2
probably an immigrant, settled on land near Eakles' Mills, Maryland about
1770. Two of his sons, probably John and Peter, served in the Revolutionary
War, spelling the surname Putman. Descendants (also used Putman) and
relatives lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Illinois,
California and elsewhere. Allied: Ankeny, Bruner, Buttman, Keim, Pfeil, Pile,
Putman, Schneider, Sipe, Snyder and related families.

SIPPERLEY - R.F.A. NEWS; Rockefeller Family Association; Allied:                 FHL FICHE 6047452
Boice, Brace, Ferguson, Finch, Furness, Haughwout, Lasher, Menningen,
Raymond, Richter, (Righter), Rockefeller, Rockenfeller, Roquefeuil,
Sipperley, Troyer, Wheeler.

SISSON - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames              UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
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Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SISSON - George Wing Sisson - Sarah Ann Hamilton pedigree, ca.1550-               FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
1907; Ancestors and descendants of George Wing Sisson and his wife                Item 2
Sarah Ann Hamilton. George Wing Sisson, son of James Sisson (1800-1878)
and Guliaeina Shaw Wing, was born at Glen Falls, New York, in 1828. He
married Sarah Ann Hamilton, daughter of Charles Hamilton (b.1810) and
Nellie A. Hommell, in 1854, at Coxsackie, Green County, New York. They
had nine children, 1855-1870, born at Coxsackie, Glen Falls and Potsdam,
New York. In: Pedigree Chart Collection at the Rhode Island Historical
Society, Providence, Vol. 2, Wi. Allied: Hamilton, Hommel, Sisson and Wing
families.

SISSON - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.                FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p601.                                                                    Item 1

SISSON - Gibbs Family Bible. Contains records of Mehitable Sisson who             FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
was born in 1684; Beriah Goddard and his wife Anne who were married in            Item 1
1720; and Penolope Gibb who was born in Newport, Rhode Island in 1769.
In: Bible records from Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied:
Gibbs, Goddard, Sisson.

SISSON - The Arnold Franklin Cabbage Family; (1803-1883), married                 FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Margaret Condreay ca. 1834 and lived in Vigo County, Indiana, moving              Item 67
before 1840 to Knox County, Illinois and moving between 1840-43 to Keokuk
County, Iowa. About 1868, the family moved to Lyon County, Kansas. Des-
cendants lived in Kansas, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Cabbage, Casler,
Sisson, Sonner.

SISSON - Ancestors of Ray Hamilton Hutton (1895-1943) and Helen                   FHL FILM 1697765-Misc.
Louise Blaine (1894-1984); He was the son of Frank E. Hutton and Kathryn          Item 2
L. Carroll, married Helen Louise Blaine in 1913.They had three children.
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Allied: Austin, Blaine, Grant, Hutton, Paine, Sisson, St. John.

SITTON - Descendants of Doswell Rogers, a bicentennial tribute. Dos-             FHL FICHE 6075644
well Rogers appears on the 1767 Tax list of Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
Allied: Hatfield, Jones, Rogers, Sitton, Thurman, Worley & related families.

SIZEMORE - Some branches of the Workman Tree: a second volume                    FHL FILM 6010885
of Workman family history. Abraham Workman (fl.1736-1758) lived in New
Jersey; & moved to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania before 1749. "His name
is found on a list of 1758 renters living in the borough of Oxford, Chester
County, Pennsylvania." Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, West
Virginia & elsewhere. Includes details of other Workmans, where relation-
ship is not traced. Allied: Bailey, Barker, Jarrell, Lane, Perry, Sizemore,
Workman and related families.

SKARPHOL - Skarphol family history; Haakon Hanson Skarphol was born              FHL FILM 1597552-Misc.
in Norway in 1823 & married Marit Olsdatter Tanodegaarden; they had 11           Item 12
children, ten of which came to America and settled in North Dakota. Their
descendants are the sugject of this material. Most of them have remained in
North Dakota and surrounding states. Allied: Brenden, Nelson, Skarphol,
and related families.

SKAVDAHL - Favel Family History; Isaac Fraavel immigrated about 1750             FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
from Europe (he spoke German, and came from Germany or Switzerland               Item 5
or Alsace-Lorraine of France) to what is now Rappahannock County, Vir-
ginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Iowa, South
Dakota, California and elsewhere. Allied: Anderson, Blank, Boles, Boyd,
Cooper, Cottrill, Crouse, Davies, Decker, Farrell, Ferguson, Foster, Fravel,
Hansen, Harthaus, Howell, Jesso, Johnson, Kernen, Lange, Lumberry, Mc
Cormick, March, Merwin, Miller, Nott, Orr, Page, Peck, Perryman, Phillis,
Skavdahl, Stewart, Strain, Swingle, Tibballs, Tibbs, Timberlake, Vevig, Wills,
Woods and related families.

SKELTON - Ancestors & Descendants of William Randall (1609-1693) of              UMI FICHE G-1708
Scituate, Massachusetts. Allied: Alexander, Andrew, Barstow, Benedict,
Besse, Bone, Boyce, Bridgum, Bumpass, Burr, Canfield, Carlovingian Line,
Carlson, Chapin, Counts of Anjou, Counts of Eu, Counts of Hainault, Counts
Counts of Toulouse, Counts of Vermandois, Curtis, Davidson, De Beaumont,
De Bohun, De Botetourt, De Gael, De Lusignan, De Mandeville, De Mort-
imer, De Peshall, De Tony, De Warren, Darby, Derby, Downing, Dukes
of Aquitaine & Saxony, Fulwood, Gage, Gilbert, Goodman, Gunne, Harri-
man, House of Capet, Hunter, Ives, Knight, Lombard, Marsh, Marvin, Mar-
chant, Merchant, Merriman, Messenger, Miles, Mitchell, Morris, Mytton,
Orr, Parker, Penny, Prudden, Randall, Rawlins, Rich, Saxon Kings of Eng-
land, Scottish Kings, Skelton, Stoddard, Tomes, Taylor, Tompkins, Travis,
Vincent, Ware, Warham, Welles, Whelden, Wise.

SKIDMORE - Cain connections: Newsletter for the interchange of gene-             FHL FICHE 6047143
alogical data and history of the Cain family in the United States. Frequency
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varies:
1982-4 issues, 1983-3 issues 1984-1 issue        1985-2 issues 1986-2 issues,
1987-3 issues    1988-2 issues 1989-3 issues 1990-2 issues 1991-2 issues
1992-2 issues    1993-3 issues 1994-2 issues;
Allied: Cain, Cane, Cyrus, Dake, Gayle, Huston, Kain, Kane, Kean, Keen,
Keene, Lough, Marks, Ramey, Skidmore, Upton and related families.

SKIDMORE - The descendants of Francis Muncy I who lived on Long                  FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
Island in 1655 and married Hannah Adams in 1659 in Ipswich, Massachusetts.       Item 3
He died on Long Island before March 30 1675. Descendants lived through-
our the United States; includes genealogy of allied families of: Adams,
Anderson, Blankenship, Brantley, Brewster, Brown, Bullock, Connell,
Craven, Davenport, Dickason, Harrison, Harvey, Helton, Hilton, Ludlow,
Morris, Muncy, Nelton, Skidmore, Smith, Southgate, Wells, Wheatley,
Wynn.

SKIFF - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                 UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SKINNER - Wilkinson News & Wilkenson, Wilkerson, etc. Periodical                 FHL FICHE 6047636
for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Wilkinson families
in America. Allied: Carson, Case, Cottingham, Fleming, Forsee, Hickman,
Montgomery, Peoples, Skinner, Wilkenson, Wilkerson, Wilkins, Wilkinson,
Wilkison and related families.

SKINNER - A short account of the families of Chaplin and Skinner and             FHL FILM 0908350-Gen.
connected families; Allied: Ayrton, Chaplin, Harding, Nugent, Skinner and        Item 3
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Theodorick.

SKINNER - Interweaving the Stivers, Faurot and DuPuy families. Randall          FHL FILM 1321362-Gen.
Stivers (Randle Stuyvers) (1724/25-1825) married Jennet Skinner ca.1755 &       Item 9
ived & died in New Jersey. Some descendants moved to New York, Ohio,
and elsewhere. Allied: Depue, DuPue, DuPuy, Faurot, Skinner, Stivers,
Stuyvers and related families.

SKIPWITH - A genealogical and historical account of the Throckmorton            UMI FICHE G-588
family in England and the United States includes Royal decents, by C. Wick-
liffe Throckmorton, 1930. With brief notes on some of the allied families of:
Barkley, Baynham, Beaufo, Bedell, Besford, Blennerhasset, Bruley, Chap-
man, Cocton, Courtenay, Durvassal, Gifford, Haseley, Herbert, Hooe, Law-
rence, Louthe, Lowth, Olney, Pickering, Playter, Reade, Skipwith, Spine,
Taliaferro, Throckmorton, Tutt, Vaux, Wickliffe and Yate.

SKIPWITH - Pocahontas (alias Matoaka) & her descendants thru                    UMI FICHE G-2433
her marriage at Jamestown, Virginia in April 1614 to John Rolfe, Gentleman;
with biographical sketches; Allied: Alfriend, Archer, Bentley, Bernard,
Bland, Bolling, Branch, Cabale, Catlett, Cary, Dandridge, Dixon, Douglas,
Duval, Eldridge, Ellett, Fergusan, Field, Fleming, Gay, Gordon, Griffin,
Grayson, Harrison, Hubard, Lewis, Logan, Markham, Meade, McRay,
Murray, Page, Poythress, Randolph, Robertson, Skipwith, Standand,
Tazewell, Walke, West, Whittle and others.

SKOGEN - Christian O. Fremstad - Bastinme Moen family 1793-1981.                FHL FILM 1035985-Misc.
Christian O. Fremstad (1855-1928) immigrated with his parents and their fam-    Item 5
ily from Norway to Trempealeau County & Jackson County, Wisconsin in
1869; Descendants lived in Wisconsin and elsewhere. Allied: Fremstad,
Estenson, Gobis, Hagen, Jacobson, Pletsch, Skogen and related families.

SLACK - The descendants of Mary Good, a genealogy by Oris Hugh Fitz             FHL FILM 1036043-Misc.
Randolph, 1898. From Ireland to America 1849-1967. Widow Mary Good              Item 7
(1797-1863) immigrated with her two son and their families from Ireland to
Dayton, Ohio in 1849. In 1859 they moved to land near Bloomfield, Iowa.
Allied: Brees, Cox, Good, Huitt, Howard, McAvoy, Parsons, Patterson,
Russell and Slack families.

SLAGLE - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                   FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
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NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SLAYMAKER - Genealogical notes of Katherine Eastwick Jones Muckle:            FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
No.13, Martin Kendig (-1748), Kendrick. The Kendig/Kundige/Kendrick           Item 10
brothers, Martin, Jacob, George, Henry & Abraham arrived in America at
various times between 1709 and 1718. Martrin (d.1748) immigrated from
Switzerland in 1709. He married thrice: Elizabeth, Ann and Barbara. One
son, John Jacob Kendrick and his wife, Prudence had eight children who
remained chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Bartow, Kendig, Kendrick, Muck-
le, Schleiermacher, Slaymaker, Smith and related families.

SLEDER - The Lautner Genealogy; Wetzel Lautner born in Austria in             FHL FILM 1598029-Genealogy
1815; He married twice; to Katoina Herkner and Helen Queiser and had          Item 2
nine children; He brought his family to America and settled in Minnesota in
1865; Information on many of his descendants is included in this volume.
Most have remained in the Great Lakes area but others live throughout the
United States. Allied: Antoine, Korson, Lautner, Neuman, Panek, Sleder,
Worm and related families.

SLICER - Woolery Family Genealogy Data. ca.1750-1938; Alexander               FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
or Henry Woolery married Anna Belle Slicer (1800-1886) in 1833 in Bourbon     Item 35
County, Kentucky. William A. Woolery (1833-1880) a son born in Lexington,
Kentucky, married Jennie Elizabeth Brooks in 1859 in Sidney, Ohio. Hattie
(Woolery) Tobey was a daughter of William and Jennie Elizabeth & Leona
Tobey was a granddaughter. Includes three generations of ancestry for
Jennie Elizabeth Brooks to about 1750, living in Ohio, New York, New Jer-
sey, and elsewhere. Allied: Clarke, Slicer, Sutton, Thompson, Tobey, Wool-
ery and related families.

SLIGER - The Howard Historian: genealogical newsletter of the How-            FHL FICHE 6048652
ard surname. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data & history
of the Howard (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England
Ireland and Scotland. Some settled in Connecticut, Massachusttes & Rhode
Island in the 1600's. In the 1700's some migrated to New Brunswick & Nova
Scotia (Canada) and to Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North
& South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont & Virginia. During the 1800's
some settled in Alaberta and Quebec (Canada) and in Alabama, Arkansas,
California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky,
Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Tenn-
essee, Texas, Washington D.C. and Wisconsin. Later families also lived in
Australia and in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Washington and
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elsewhere. Allied: Beaver, Edson, Goodwin, Hayward, Hayword, Heaward,
Heward, Hovard, Howad, Howar, Howard, Howards, Howare, Howerd,
Howward, Price, Ray, Sliger, Southard, Wilhite, Yarborough and related
families.

SLOCUM - Foy-Swindell; Ancestors of Charles William Foy and his wife,            FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Mary Swindell. Charles William Foy was born in 1871 in San Bernadino,            Item 5
California the son of John Moran Foy and Louisa Macy. He married Mary
Frances Swindell at San Bernadino in 1901. Their son, Charles William Foy,
was born in 1918 at Berkeley, California. Mary Frances Swindell was born in
1878 at Fort Wayne, Indiana, the daughter of Edwin Wallace Swindell (1866-
1925) & Alice Brown. Allied: Barnard, Brayton, Calvert, Carr, Coffin, Cox,
Dawson, Fahy, Fish, Folger, Foy, Hussey, Kittle, lawton, McQuaid, Macy,
Polk, Slocum, Starbuck, Swindell, Thurston, Tyler and related families.

SLOCUM - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.               FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p611.                                                                   Item 1

SLOCUM - Slocum Family Bible. Contains records of the family of Gyles            FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
Slocum, who was born in 1691, and his wife Ann Tallman who was born in           Item 2
1691. They were married in 1712. In: Bible records from the Newport Hist-
orical Society, Rhode Island. Allied: Slocum, Tallman.

SLOGETT - The Wideman Family; Desendants of various Wideman/Weid-                FHL FILM 0962171-Misc.
man individuals who emigrated to this continent in the late 1700's and settled   Item 2
primarily in various counties of Pennsylvania. Allied: Fretz, Lehman, Scarth,
Sherk, Slogett, Stouffer, Weidman, Wideman and related families.

SLOTE - Reyer, Rehrer or Rohrer Family; William Rohrer b.1798, marr-             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
ied Fanny Eysiman 1821; they lived in Adamstown, Pennsylvania. Descen-           Item 11
dants listed thru 1965 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Rehrer, Reyer,
Rohrer, Royer, Slote, Werner and related families.

SLUPECKI - Reiter and Slupecki Booklet; Joseph (Josephine) Reiter,               FHL FILM 1597908-Misc.
born in Poland 1870; her family came to America and settled in Ohio ca.1880,     Item 5
married Andrez (Andrew) Slupecki, born 1864-67 in Poland. Allied: Bollen-
bacher, Gawecki, Rawski, Reiter, Slupecki.

SMALL - Robert Burk and Esther Feguson Family: Robert Burk (d.1862)              FHL FICHE 6019564
married Esther Feguson and immigrated from Ireland to Henton, Illinois.
Descendants lived in Illinois, Nebraska and elsewhere. Allied: Burk, Christ-
man, Feguson, Hedges, Jenkins, Lively, Lowe, Small and related families.

SMALLEY - The Martin family of America: descendants of John Martin and           FHL FICHE 6048865
Esther Roberts. John Martin (b.ca.1620) immigrated from England to Casco,
Maine in 1637, and married Esther Roberts in 1646. Descendants lived in
New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia,
North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas and elsewhere.
Includes ancestors in England to the early 1500's. Allied: Drake, Dunham,
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Dunn, Martin, Mundy, Runyon, Smalley and related families.

SMALLEY - Bible records of the Adkins, Boice, Lambert, Phinney, Small-         FHL FILM 0441492-Misc.
ey & Van Dyke Families.                                                        Item 2

SMARTT - Foy-Hamilton; Ancestors and descendants of Frederick Calvert          FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Foy & his wife Elizabeth Jane Hamilton. Frederick Calvert Foy was born in      Item 5
San Francisco, California in 1905. He married Elizabeth Jane Hamilton, dau-
ghter of Creighton Everett Hamilton and Georgia Addie Cummings, in 1829
at Fresno, California. His ancestor, John Foy (ca.1785-1833) immigrated from
Ireland to Washington D.C. and married Mary Calvert in 1817. In Pedigree
Chart Collection of the Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, Vol. 5.
Allied: Cox, Cummings, Foy, Hamilton, Macy, Smartt, Waterhouse & related
families.

SMEDLEY - Farwell-Washburn: Ancestors and descendants of Cyrus                 FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Davis Farwell and his wife Clara Emoline Washburn. Cyrus Davis Farwell         Item 5
was born in 1826 at Lowell, Massachusetts, the son of Joseph Farwell and
Cyrene Davis. He married Clara Emoline Washburn at Greely, Colorado
in 1871. They had four children, 1873-1879. He died at Benniepier, North
Dakota, in 1912. Clara Emoline Washburn was born at Vermillion, Illinois in
1854, the daughter of Salmon Bushrod Washburn (1827-1891) and Sarah
Amada Davis. Allied: Babcock, Billings, Billington, Blanchard, Brown, Bulk-
eley, Colburn, Cutler, Davis, Deane, Farwell, Fiske, Greene, Hall, Hubbard,
Kingman, Learned, Macey, Mayhew, Merriam, Moore, Palmer, Parker,
Plumbe, Potter, Rice, Richmond, Russell, Scripture, Sheldon, Smedley, Till-
inghast, Tupper, Warren, Washburn, Wheeler, Winter, Wood and related
families.

SMIDT - Smidt, Smitt, Smith, Smyth family of New Castle County, Dela-          FHL FICHE 6100099
ware & Washington County, Virginia. Hans George Smitt or Smidt was born
ca.1692 probably in Falun, Kopparberg County, Sweden. He was likely the
son of Petter Smitt of Falun, Sweden. Hans married Maria Stalcop 3 March
1720 in Sweden & they immigrated to the United States sometime prior to
Oct. 1720; Hans & Maria lived in New Castle County, Delaware and were
parents of six children; Hans died December 1753; Descendants lived in
Delaware, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied: Howell, MacDonnel, Petterson,
Smidt, Smith, Smitt, Smyth, Stalcop, Worsham and related families.

SMITH - Smith Family of Kalamazoo, Michigan.                                   FICHE NO. 3 & 4

SMITH - Gibson Genealogy, ca.1730-ca.1910. Robert & George Gibson              FHL FICHE 6016850
brothers of Scotish ancestry, immigrated about 1730 from Ulster in northern
Ireland to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives lived
in Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and elsewhere. Allied:
Barnes, Dean, Gibson, Lucas, Lunt, Mathers, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Story of the MacLeods, Smiths, Moores, Strawsons, Thews                FHL FICHE 6019025
& Stantons in Scotland, England, Canada & the United States. Joseph Britton
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Strawson (1828-1893) immigrated from England to land near Caledonia, Ohio
in 1850, later married Mary Stanton in 1761 at Dyersville, Iowa and settled
in Rockville, Illinois. Descendants lived in Illinois, Ohio, Colorado, New
York & elsewhere. Allied: MacLeod, Moore, Ross, Smith, Stanton, Strawson,
Thew and related families.

SMITH - The Rice family news-journal; Newsletter for the interchange of          FHL FICHE 6047423
genealogical data and history of the Rice (Reuss, Royce, Rhys, and other
variant spellings) families who came mainly from England, Germany, Ireland,
Prussia, Scotland and Wales. Some were Mayflower pilgrimsl; some were
Quakers. Some families settle in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
Rhode Island and Virginia in the 1600's. In the 1700's, some settled in Nova
Scotia, Canada and in Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, New
Jersey, New York, North and South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee,
and Vermont. In the 1800's, some migrated into New Brunswick, Quebec &
Upper Canada; others went to Alabama, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon, Texas,
and Washington D.C.. Later descendants and relatives also lived in Ontario,
Canada and in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah,
Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming and elsewhere. Allied: Adams, Bachiler,
Boone, Buford, Church, Coolidge, Dean, Gill, Goodman, Goodwin, Hix,
Ingleby, Johnson, Jones, Lang, Moore, Nixon, Parker, Payne, Reece, Rees,
Reese, Reis, Reitz, Reuse, Reuss, Rhys, Royce, Royse, Ryce, Rhs, Smith
Walker, Ward, Warren, Worden and related families.

SMITH - Taylor Talk. The Joseph Taylor Family Organization was                   FHL FICHE 6047776
founded in July 1973 at Farr West, Utah. Newsletter for the interchange of
genealogical data and history of the Joseph Taylor Sr. family. Joseph Tay-
lor was born in 1825, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, to William Taylor and
Elizabeth Patrick. His family joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints ca.1832. Joseph married Mary Moore (1826-1852), and moved with
the Mormon pioneers to Missouir, Illinois, Iowa and then to Utah. They
settled in Kaysville, Utah. After Mary died giving birth to their fifth child,
Joseph married a young widow, Jane Lake Ordway (1830-1914). He later
took two more wives, Hannah Mariah Harris (1836-1881) & Caroline Mattson
(b.1845). Jospeh's family lived at West Harrisville (later known as Farr West)
Weber County, Utah. Their ancestors came maily from England, Ontario,
(Canada), Sweden and Wales. Early ancestors settled in North Carolina,
Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia in the 1700's & moved during the 1800's
into Arizona, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Utah, Whoming and elsewhere. Barrett genealogy section
is about the descendants of Stephen Barrett (ca.1780-1877) and Polly Bates
through their son Rev. James Augustus Barrett (1813-1873). Their ancestors
came mainly from England and settled in Kentucky and North Carolina in
the 1700's. During the 1800's some moved to Indiana, Mississippi, Tennessee.
Texas and Virginia. James Augustus Barrett married Nancy Ballenger (1814-
1888), daughter of James Ballenger and Elizabeth Pearce. James and Nancy
had eleven children. He was a Baptist minister. Descendants include editor.
compiler Emma Cornelia Barrett, who married Jonathan Floyd Reeves. Later
families also lived in Costa Rica, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Puerto
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Rico and in Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, New
York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Wash-
ington, Wyoming and elsewhere. Includes several adopted family members.
Barretts are related to the Taylor families in "Taylor Talk." Allied: Baird,
Ballenger, Barrett, Bates, Best, Bray, Cheek, Christian, Crockett, Enoch,
Fox, Frye, Hadley, Harris, Keahey, Kendrick, Lake, Lankford, Litchford,
Lund, McClanahan, McEntire, Madson, Mattson, Ordway, O'Bryan, Patrick,
Roberts, Rose, Smith, Taylor, Wheelwright, Whitley, Williamson and other
related families.

SMITH - Malcolm Campbell (1787-1862) son of Peter Campbell and                     FHL FICHE 6048332
Isabel Ferguson, immigrated from Scotland to land near Morpeth, Ontario,
Canada; Descendants and relatives lived in Ontario, Manitoba, British
Columbia and elsewhere; Some relatives or descendants immigrated to
New York and lived in New York, New Jersey, California and elsewhere
in the United States; Allied: Balmer, McDiarmid, McKinley, Morrison,
Owens, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Packards Progress, Packard & Allied Families Association                   FHL FICHE 6048705
Newsletter and information exchange. Newsletter for the interchange of
genealogical data and history of the Packard and allied families who came
mainly from England. Some ancestors included: Joseph Packard (1684-1777)
and his wife Hannah Manley (1711-1790); and Samuel Packard (1612-1684)
and his wife, Elizabeth (1622-1686). Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors
descendants and allied families of Samuel and Elizabeth, who immigrated
from Windham, England to Hingham, Massachusetts in 1638. Their children
were Elizabeth, Samuel, Hannah, Israel, Zsaccheus, June, Abigail & Deliv-
erance. Other Packard families settled Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts,
New Hampshire and Virginia in the 1600-1700's. During the 1800's, some
migrated to Arizona, Arkansas, California, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont and Wisconsin. Later descendants and allied
families also lived in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas,
Kentucky, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Wash-
ington D.C., Washington State, Wyoming and elsewhere. Allied: Alger,
Brown, Chilton, Edson, Hart, Lathrop, Lothrop, Lowthrope, Paccard,Packard,
Packer, Pecker, Phillips, Pickard, Pickett, Randall, Randell, Smith, Stream,
Streame, Washburn, Washburne and other realted families.

SMITH - The Edward Pleasants Valentine papers; abstracts of records                FHL FICHE 6051221
in the Local and General Archives of Virginia relating to the families of:         (33 fiche) filed under
Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Barchelder, Blouet, Brassieur (Brashear), Cary,             BOOKS ON MICROFICHE
Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Fontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham, (Henrico             in grey file cabinet.
County), Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann, Mosby, Palmer, Pasteur, Plea-
sants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith, (the Smith Family of Francis
Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston, Womack
Woodson. Richamond, Virginia; Valentine Museum, 1927. 4 Vols. A Collect-
ion of Genealogies of early Virginia families. Includes name and subject
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indexes.

SMITH - Genealogy of George Smith/Schmidt and Rebecca Bowen,                   FHL FICHE 6093643
1731-1982. George Smith or Schmidt was the only child of German parents
who immigrated to Virginia in 1735. He married Rebecca Bowen ca.1768
in Augusta, Botetourt County, Virginia. The couple moved later to Tenn-
essee and Kentucky, settling in the Cumberland Valley, where George
died in 1804. Descendants of George and Rebecca have lived in Kentucky,
Tennessee, Iowa, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Baugh, Bowen, Branch,
Bruton, Dearing, Gray, Schmidt, Smith and related families.

SMITH - The Boundless Bonds Family; Descendants of John Bonds                  FHL FICHE 6093880
and his wife Ann Hiam (d.1677). They mirgrated to Somerset County,
Maryland from Northumberland County, Virginia ca.1671. They settled in
the northern section of Somerset County which is now called Wicomico
County, owning land in Somerset and Dorchester Counties. By 1685 John
had married Mabel, his second wife, who died before 1700. Descendants
lived in Maryland, Mississppi, Texas, New Jersey, North and South
Carolina, Virginia, California and elsewhere. Allied: Bounds, Bownds, Cole,
Dryden, Hariel, Ladner, Pusey, Ross, Smith, Taylor, Terry, White.

SMITH - Smidt, Smitt, Smith, Smyth family of New Castle County, Delaware       FHL FICHE 6100099
& Washington County, Virginia. Hans George Smitt or Smidt was born ca.
1692 probably in Falun, Kopparberg County, Sweden. He was likely the son
of Petter Smitt of Falun, Sweden. Hans married Maria Stalcop on 3 March
1720 in Sweden & they immigrated to the United States sometime prior to
October 1720. Hans & Maria lived in New Castle County, Delaware & were
parents of six children. Hans died in December 1753. Descendants lived in
Delaware, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied: Howell, MacDonnell, Peterson,
Robinson, Smidt, Smith, Smitt, Smyth, Stalcop, Worsham and related families.

SMITH - The survivors, my ancestors; history and genealogy of the              FHL FICHE 6101655
Scotch Irish immigrants who settled in Lancaster and Cumberland Counties,
Pennsylvania; includes other families who lived in Indiana, Missouri, South
Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and elsewhere. Allied: Akers, Anderson, Christy,
Drennon, Harvey, Jones, Lindsey, Rodgers, Short, Snipes, Smith, Wagster
and related families.

SMITH - The Smiths of Virginia: a history & genealogy of the Smiths            FHL FICHE 6104219
of "Big Spring Plantation" Frederick County, Virginia together with a chron-
icle of the Drugan & the Carnahan families of Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Bartholomew Smith of Frederick County, Virginia came from Holland to
Frederick County, Maryland in 1765 when he joined his maternal relatives,
the Everharts of Wurtenberg, who had previously taken out warrents for
land there. The Smith family were natives of Stuttgart, members of which
found refuge in Holland during the period of religious persecutions in
Germany. A family of this name whose head was also Bartholomew Smith,
comb manufacturer, resided in England and adopted the English spelling of
the name but later returned to Holland. Bartholomew Smith was accompanied
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by three borthers, Michael, George and Nicholas, all of whom became
residents of Maryland. Bartholomew Smith married first, Catherine Everhart
of Maryland who died in 1784. He married secondly, Margaret Haymaker,
on November 6, 1792. Bartholomew died January 28, 1819. Descendants
are located in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and elsewhere. Allied:
Carnahan, Drugan, McCreary, Smith, Thompson and related families.

SMITH - Early German Hawk families of Westmoreland County, PA;                   FHL FICHE 6111504
The original Hawk (Haag) settler in Westmoreland County, PA, was Conrad
Haag (died ca.1830). Before migrating to western Pennsylvania, he was a
resident of Lehigh Twp., Northampton County, in the 1750's. Conrad Haag
was born in Germany, and while still a child, came to America with his father,
Hans Jerg Hag, in 1748. Family lived first in Philadelphia and later in Bucks
County, PA. Conrad married (1) Sarah Williams, daughter of Thomas and
Naeima Willems originally of Germany, in 1759 probably in Lehigh Twp.
Sarah Williams Haag died in 1788. The following year Conrad married (2)
Elizabeth Volck Walter (born ca.1739). The descendants of Conrad Haag
and first wife Sarah are present in this book. Includes Haack, Haag, Hag,
Hawk and allied families of Beck, Beighley, Kunkle, Lookabaugh,
Mortimer, Smith, Shoup, Shupe, Young. Includes index.

SMITH - Smith Genealogy, Clarke Genealogy, p67.                                  FHL FICHE 6121271

SMITH - The Gentry Family in America 1676-1909, including the follow-            UMI FICHE G-93
ing families related to the Gentry: Blythe, Bush, Butler, Clairborne, Fulker-
son, Haggard, Harris, Hawkins, Noble, Pabody, Robinson, Sharp, Smith,
Tindall and Wyatt.

SMITH - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                 UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
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Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SMITH - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled about 1719 in               UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SMITH - Genealogical notes of Barnstable, Massachusetts families, being           UMI FICHE G-2091
a reprint of the Amos Otis papers. Surnames include: Allyn, Annable, Bach-
iler, Bacon, Baker, Barker, Bassett, Bates, Bearse, Benjamin, Berry, Betts,
Blachford, Blossom, Blush, Bodfish, Bordon, Bourman, Bourne, Bryant, Bum-
pas, Bursley, Butler, Bryant, Cammet, Cannon, Carseley, Chapman, Child,
Chipman, Claghorn, Clap, Cobb, Codworth, Coggin, Coleman, Cooper, Cot-
elle, Crocker, Davis, Dean, Delap, Dexter, Dimmock, Easterbrooks, Ewell,
Ewer, FitzRandolphe, Foster, Foxweil, Freeman, Fuller, Garrett, Gilbert, Gil-
pin, Goodspeed, Gorham, Green, Hall, Hallett, Hamblin, Hammond, Hatch,
Hathaway, Hersey, Hicks, Hilliard, Hinckley, Howes, Howland, Huckins,
Hull, Isum, Jackson, Jenkins, Jones, Lewis, Linnel, Litchfield, Lombard, Lo-
throp, Marston, Mayo, Otis, Phinney, Robinson, Scudder and Smith.

SMITH - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames                UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
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Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SMITH - Edmund S. Hopkins Pedigree, ca. 1600-1869. Ancestors of Ed-             FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
mund S. Hopkins, he was born in 1849, the son of Isreal M. Hopkins and          Item 1
Louisa M. Smith, daughter of Jervis J. Smith (1801-1864) & Amanda A, An-
gell, in 1844. In: Pedigree Chart Collection of the Rhode Island Historical
Society, Providence, Vol. 1, Ho. Allied: Hopkins, Smith.

SMITH - Wilcox pedigree, ca.1587-1877. Ancestors and descendants of             FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Charles Field Wilcox & his wife, Lucy Wilson Smith. Charles Field Wilcox        Item 2
was born in 1845, the son of Horace Alexander Wilcox (1807-1865) & Sally
Brown Howell. He married Lucy Wilson Smith, daughter of George Wade
Smith (b.1815) and Lucy Wilson, in 1868. They had four children, 1869-1877.
In: Pedigree Chart Collection of the Rhode Island Historical Society, Prov-
idence. Vol. 2, Wi. Allied: Smith, Wilcox.

SMITH - Genealogical chart of a Marston Family: Salem, Massachusetts,           FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Hampton, Moultonboro and Sandwich, New Hampshire. Chart of American             Item 2
ancestry of John Marston and his wife Nancy (Anna) Moulton, with their
children and their husbands and wives, 1561-1898. William Marston (1592-
1672) was probably the immigrant ancestor of John Marston (1757-1846), a
direct descendant in the sixth generation. John Moulton (1599-1650) was
probably the immigrant ancestor of Nancy (Anna) Moulton, a direct descen-
dant in the fifth generation. John and Nancy had thirteen children ( eight
boys and five girls). Allied: Drake, Hobbs, Hussey, Marston, Moulton, Robie,
Smith and related families.

SMITH - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.               FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p612.                                                                  Item 1

SMITH- Some of the descendants of Zaccheus Ballord: a Private in the            FHL FILM 1033558-Misc.
Revolutionary War, also in the last French and Indian War; Descendants          Item 4
of Polly Seymour Green Smith compiled by Frederick Green Smith, May
1911; Descendants of Lavinia Chapman Green Cook, compiled by Frederick
Green Smith, May 1911; The Proctor family: ancestors and descendants of
Leonard Reed Proctor, 1805-1901. Includes manuscript additions and
corrections throughout and some leaves inserted between pages. William
Ballard (1603-1641) and his family immigrated from England to Saugus (later
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Lynn), Massachusetts in 1735. Zaccheus Ballord (1730/31-1800) was a direct
descendant in the fourth generation. Descendants and relatives lived chiefly
in New England and New York. Allied: Alton, Ballard, Ballord, Bates, Cook,
Proctor, Smith, Tourtellotte.

SMITH - Walters Family Pedigree Charts 1717-ca.1942; John Walters              FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
(1717-1751) married Barbara Bair ca.1735/36, and moved from Berkeley           Item 7
County, Virginia to land near romeny, West Virginia. Descendants and rel-
atives lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania & elsewhere. Includes
ancestors in England, Germany & elsewhere. Allied: Ache, Bowman, Craft,
DeBolt, Hibbs, Hill, McGregor, Moore, Provins, Riddell, Rodger, Roger,
Rogers, Smith, Sterling, Taylor, Walters and related families.

SMITH - Descendants of Adrain Ogle, of Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri,           FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
1803-1982 & Thomas Smith of Ireland, Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, 1733-       Item 9
1982. Adrian Ogle (1803-1866) came from Kentucky to Missouri about 1830.
He married four times, Mary "Polly" Watson (1809-1838), Emaranda Searce
(1817-1757), Ema Peairs/Pierce (1790-1854) and Nancy Benn Donovan.
Thomas Smith (1733-1797) married Mary Jackman in Kentucky and they
migrated to Missouri. Descendants of these two men intermarried & moved
westward to Colorado, Utah, Montana, California and elsewhere. Allied:
Howard, McCune, Ogle, Rice, Smith, Tibbitts, White and related families.

SMITH - Genealogical notes of Katherine Eastwick Jones Muckle:                 FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
No.13, Martin Kendig (-1748), Kendrick. The Kendig/Kundige/Kendrick            Item 10
brothers, Martin, Jacob, George, Henry & Abraham arrived in America at
various times between 1709 and 1718. Martrin (d.1748) immigrated from
Switzerland in 1709. He married thrice: Elizabeth, Ann and Barbara. One
son, John Jacob Kendrick and his wife, Prudence had eight children who
remained chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Bartow, Kendig, Kendrick, Muck-
le, Schleiermacher, Slaymaker, Smith and related families.

SMITH - The Whitmore Genealogy; a record of the descendants of Francis     FHL FILM 1033975-Misc.
Whitmore of Cambridge, Massachusetts (1625-1685); Francis Whitmore, (1625- Item 4
1685) immigrated during or before 1648 from England to Cambridge, Mass-
achusettes & married twice. Descendants & relatives lived in New England,
New York, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nevada & elsewhere. Allied:
Hyde, King, Lane, Merrill, Smith, Stimson, Stowe, White, Whitmore, Whitney
& related families.

SMITH - Zebulon Headington, a brief history of the life & descendants          FHL FILM 1035755-Misc.
of Zebulon Headington of Baltimore County, Maryland & Harrison County,         Item 12
Kentucky; information about some of the Wards and Smiths of Harrison
County is also included, as well as the Glenns of Harforde County, Mary-
land. Zebulon Headington (ca.1741-1839) married twice and moved from
Maryland to Harrison County, Kentucky. Descendants lived in Kentucky,
Missouri, Mississippi, Arkansas, California and elsewhere. Allied: Glenn,
Headington, Keys, King, Levings, Smith, Ward and related families.
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SMITH - Thornes and allied families. William Thorne (d.1657) immigrated           FHL FILM 1035809-Misc.
in 1638 from England to Lynn, Massachusetts, and later moved to Flushing,         Item 7
Long Island, New York, and then to Jamaica, Long Island, New York. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in most of the United States. Allied: Eddy, Fones,
Mowry, Smith, Sprague, Thorne, Waggoner & related families.

SMITH - The descendants of Francis Muncy I who lived on Long Island               FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
in 1655 and married Hannah Adams in 1659 in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He            Item 3
died on Long Island before March 30 1675. Descendants lived throughout
the United States; includes genealogy of allied families of: Adams, Ander-
son, Blankenship, Brantley, Brewster, Brown, Bullock, Connell, Craven,
Davenport, Dickason, Harrison, Harvey, Helton, Hilton, Ludlow, Morris,
Muncy, Nelton, Skidmore, Smith, Southgate, Wells, Wheatley, Wynn.

SMITH - The Hales Newsletter; Newsletter for the interchange of gen-              FHL FILM 1036663-Misc.
ealogical data and history of the Hales (and variant spellings) families who      Item 13
came mainly from England and Wales. Some focus is on (but not limited to)
the ancestors and descendants of Stephen Hales who was born in Stock-
bury, Kent, England and came to Canada ca. 1827. Some Hales families immi-
grated to Maryland, Massachusetts and Virginia in the 1600's. In the 1700's
some settled in Connectiuct, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, North Car-
olina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Vermont. Dur-
ing the 1800's some moved to British Columbia and Ontario (Canada) and to
Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Neb-
raska and Utah. Some became Moron converts and migrated to Manitoba,
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan (Canada),
Australia, England and in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado,
Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Miss-
ouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma,
Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Washington D.C.,
Winconsin and elsewhere. Allied: Aayle, Alliss, Ayles, Ayres, Barnes, Ben-
son, Betts, Booth, Bown, Burgess, Court, Croker, Ellis, Enloe, Escobeda,
Falkner, Green, Gregory, Haale, Haies, Hailes, Hale, Hales, Halis, Halle,
Halles, Halls, Hamless, Harbour, Haule, Hawkins, Hayell, Hayles, Hayls,
Heyl, Honeywood, Hyle, Johnson, Jones, Kensick, Lamb, Lotspiech, Man-
wood, Master, Mettlen, Moore, O'Reilly, Perry, Pettersson, Smith, Water-
man, Welborn, Woodhull, Woodard, Woodward, Wyatt, Zywina and related
families.

SMITH - Smith Family Records; Melchior Schmidt (1759-1854) moved                  FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
from Chester County to Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and married                Item 1
Charlotte Bilger ca.1785; Most descendants used the surname Smith & lived
in Pennsylvania, New York & elsewhere. Allied: Rehrer, Schmoyer, Sch-
wanger, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Henry Smith (1805/1807-1871/1873) married Mildred Margaret                FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Nugent (Nugen) from Chester County, Pennsylvania and settled in Bucks             Item 2
County, Pennsylvania. Descendants thru 1880 lived Pennsylvania. Allied:
Eckert and Smith.
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SMITH - James F.A. Smith b.1850, married Sarah Catherine Schaffer and           FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
moved from Merztown, Pennsylvania to Reading, Pennsylvania in 1889.             Item 3
Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, New Jersey and else-
where. Allied: LeVan, Rehrer, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Sellers & Houcks; Philip Henry Sellers, d.1769 immigrated from          FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Germany to Paennsylvania in 1708; Descendants thru 1944 lived in Bucks          Item 12
County and elsewhere in Pennsylvania. Allied: Houck, Sellers, Smith and
related families.

SMITH - Meitzler Family; Henry Meitzler (1760-1830) & his family lived in       FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and he was buried in Trexlertown, Pennsyl-         Item 16
vania. Descendants through 1933 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Guth,
Koffel, Meitzler, Nuss, Smith, Trump, Weicher and related families.

SMITH - Gaugler-Smith Family; George Ludwig Smith (1798-1885), married          FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Mary Jane Gaugler ca. 1822 & lived in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.          Item 24
Descendants listed through 1967 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Includes
ancestry and relatives of Mary Jane (Gaugler) Smith to 1720. Allied: Gaugler,
Gauckler, Geyer, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Erchman, Carr & Lewis families; John Anreas Erchman (1757-              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
1843) served in the Revolutionary War with Pennsylvania forces. Descen-         Item 27
dants thru 1912 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Carr, Erchman, Lewis,
Smith, Schmidt and related families.

SMITH - Christman Family; Jacob Christman immigrated to Philadelphia,           FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Pennsylvania in 1736 & lived in Lehigh & Berks Counties, Pennsylvania.          Item 28
Descendants through 1955 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Christman,
Heimbach, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Erb Family; Casper Erb (1724-1801) immigrated to Pennsylvania in        FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
1754, married twice and lived in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; Des-          Item 33
cendants listed thru 1967 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Erb, Smith &
related families.

SMITH - Walter Line; Calvin Walter son of Howard Walter, he married             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Blanche Winkwater & lived in Delphi, Pennsylvania. His brother, Raymond         Item 39
Walter m. Blanch Winkwater & lived near Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania.
Includes descendants and relatives between 1801 and 1964 in Pennsylvania.
Allied: Leister, Sellers, Smith, Walter and related families.

SMITH - Francis Smith Genealogy; Francis Smith was born 25 November             FHL FILM 1311753-Misc.
1845 in St. Clair County, Michigan & died 29 Aug 1914 in Wexford County,        Item 16
Michigan; He married Teressa Boshaw Beauchamp 11 August 1872.

SMITH - Rufus W. Lake Family Genealogy; Rufus W. Lake was born 7                FHL FILM 1311753-Misc.
June 1859 in Berrien County, Michigan & died on 3 Apr 1920 in Muskegon          Item 19
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County, Michigan. He married Adelaide Smith 4 Jul 1881.Allied: Lake, Smith.

SMITH - Smith Family Bible Records, 1846-1923 and other genealogical             FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
data, 1601-1982. Alexander Smith (b.1823) married Mary A. Harrington in          Item 45
1846. Willie D. Smith (b.1862), a son, married Myrtie E. Cummings in 1884
in 1884 in Montpelier, Vermont. Includes descendants and relatives to 1982
in Vermont and elsewhere. Includes ancestry and relatives to 1601; Isaac
Harrison (1601-1677) immigrated from England to New England. Allied:
Alexander, Cummings, Cutler, Harrison, Lawrence, Smith, Wiggins and
related families.

SMITH - Report of the Association of Descendants of Ralph Smith of               FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Hingham and Eastham, Massachusetts. Includes some genealogical data for          Item 52
ancestors, together with reports of births, marriages, deaths, etc. for and
past officers, and of the original charter members. Allied: Abraham, Colby,
Cummings, Ferris, MacGray, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Crosby family Bible records 1841-1966. Charles K. Crosby                 FHL FILM 1320835-Misc
(1844-1905) moved from Essex, Vermont to Sycamore, Illinois and married          Item 36
Corrintha A. Smith in 1873 (Corrintha was a Canadian immigrant). Descen-
dants and relatives to 1966 lived in Vermont, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota and
elsewhere. Allied: Crosby, Fenwick, Hammer, Seaton, Smith and related
families.

SMITH - Pedigree 1832-1978, of David Eugene Smith, and Smith family              FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Bible records, 1832-1940. James T. Smith (1832-1915), son of Joseph Smith        Item 38
& Ritta-Margeret (?) was born in Overton County, Tennessee. He married
Lurinda Caroline Rollans/Rawlings in 1858 at Bradley County, Tennessee
and lived in Whitefield County, Georgia. By 1865 they had moved to Mor-
gan County, Illinois. Descendants and relatives to 1978 lived in Tennessee,
Georgia, Illinois, Virginia, California and elsewhere. Allied: Douglas, Ham-
mer, Harvey, Morgan, Ranson, Rollans, Rawlings, Smith and related families.

SMITH - Rall (Roll) Family Bible Records transcript 1818-1957, and other         FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
genealogical data. Samuel Oliver Rall (1818-1898) married Sarah Freeman          Item 46
(1827-1853) in 1846 and Mary A. Runyon in 1864. Includes descendants and
relatives to 1957 living in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Virginia, Florida and
elsewhere: Allied: Backer, Bahr, Delacroix, Hooey, Miller, Rall, Roll, Smith
and related families.

SMITH - Enoch Smith Family ca.1750-1926; Enoch Smith (1772-1824), a              FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
son of William and Joice Smith, was born in Shenadoah County, Virginia.          Item 70
Enoch moved to Clark County, Kentucky and married Nancy Poston in
1829. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana and
elsewhere. Allied: Cunningham, Gardner, Greer, Poston, Smith, Taylor,
Thompson and related families.

SMITH - The ancestors of Arthur Orison Dillon and his poems. Son of              FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
Peter Orison Dillon and Belle Anne Cottingham Dillon, born 7 July 1873           Item 5
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Lexington, LeSuer County, Minnesota. He later resided in Indiana, Wash-
ington and California where he was involved in the practice of law, public
service, church work and civic organizations. Ancestors and relatives lived
in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, Minnesota, Calif-
ornia, Indiana, Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut, Ohio, Vermont, Wash-
ington and elsewhere. Allied: Anthony, Ballard, Barnes, Beach, Beecher,
Birdseye, Brown, Burnnell, Buswell, Capen, Churchill, Cottingham, Curtis,
Dillon, Eames, Foot, Gill, Goodnow, Hayward, Holbrook, Holt, Jenckes,
Merriman, Mix, Niles, Potter, Pendleton, Rockwell, Royce, Sandys, Sheldon,
Sprague, Smith,Tefft, Tripp, Tucker, Turner, Webb, Wilcoxson, Wilmot
and related families.

SMITH - A branch of the Furst family; Chiefly ancestors and some of their      FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
descendants and personal and family history of Robert Shuman Furst who         Item 10
was born 5 June 1900 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania to John Hogan and
Mariam Scott Furst. Ancestor Hans Furst immigrated from Uri, Switzerland
to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with at least one son, Johan George Furst.
Johan and his wife Angenes (or Agnes) Schneider migrated westward. Des-
cendants eventually spread from Pennsylvania to California. Allied: Blanch-
ard, Brown, Furst, Good, Guths, Hamilton, Hoxie, Moriarty, Scott, Smith and
related families.

SMITH - The Duyckinck family allied families 1638: being a record of the   FHC FILM 1321129-Misc.
descendants of Evert Duyckinck who settled in New Amsterdam, now New       Item 12
York. "Evert Duyckinck came to this country about 1638 from Borken, a
village of North Brabant in Holland. He was in the service of the Dutch
West India Company and in 1640 was stationed at Fort Hope, near present
site of the city of Hartford, Connecticut. On September 9, 1646, he was
married to Hendrickje Simmons, a young woman from Noordthorn. He was
appointed Fire Warden in 1674 and admitted as freeman of the city of New
York in 1698. He probably died in 1702. Descendants lived in New York
and elsewhere. Allied: Abeel, Allen, Alliger, Amour, Bancker, Bartow,
Beekman, Bicknell, Bigelow, Bleecker, Bown, Brown, Byvanck, Campbell,
Case, Chrystie, Codwise, Constable, Cox, Crommelin, Crooke, DePeyster,
Dodge, Duane, Duncan, Dunscomb, Duyckinck, Edgar, Foote, Hall, Herbert,
Hoffman, Hooglandt, Howland, Hunt, Huntington, Kerr, Kissman, Knox, LeRoy,
Livingston, Ludlow, Maggs, Mason, McVicker, Miller, Morton, Mumford,
Olcott, Osborn, Perry, Pierrepont, Price, Provoost, Rutgers, Sands, Smith,
Stoutenburgh, Tebault, Ten Eyck, thompson, Vanderbilt, Van de Water,
Van Rensselaer, Van Wyck, Veazy, Veidran, Verplanck, White, Whitney,
Willett, Williamson.

SMITH - Ancestral lines of the Doniphan, Frazee and Hamilton families          FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
by Frances Frazee Hamilton. Chiefly ancestors of the author and her hus-       Item 7
band, Lucius Oliver Hamilton, and some of ancestors descendants, with allied
families. Frances Frazee was born in 1866 in Rush County, Indiana, one of
twelve children born to Rev. Ephraim Samuel Frazee (1824-1896) & Frances
Elizabeth Austen Frazee (1827-1910), 1848-1869. Lucius Oliver Hamilton was
born in 1862 in Bracken County, Kentucky, the son of Oliver Theodore
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Hamilton (1832-1913) and Sarah Jane Ginn Hamilton (1841-1910). Lucius
Hamilton and Frances Frazee were married in 1889. They had three sons,
1891-1907, born in Rush County, Indiana. Descendants lived in Missouri,
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Arizona, California & elsewhere. Allied:
Armes, Austin, Ball, Belnap, Blair, Brown, Browning, Campbell, Crane,
Croxton, Curtis, Dailey, DeFrees, Derr, Doniphan, Drake, Embree, Fraisy,
Fraiser, Frazee, Garrette, Ginn, Hamilton, Hetzel, Hockaday, Hodgin,Humes,
Keith, King, Littell, Marsh, Maxwell, Metcalf, Miller, Morris, Mothershead,
Mott, Moyer, Murry, Nelson, Oneal, Osborne, Pence, Pickering, Raddin,
Randolf, Robinson, Rogers, Ross, Seaverens, Smith, Spurrier, Struve, Sumey,
Taylor, Teghtmeyer, Thompson, Tucker, Umbei, Walton, Waugh, Weaver,
Williams, Wilson, Worthington, Wright, Wyatt, Young and related families.

SMITH - History of the Galley family with local & old-time sketches in             FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
the Yough region. A genealogy and a history of the Galley family who are           Item 8
descendants of Peter Galley who emigrated to America from Germany ca.
1770 & settled in Lancaster County, Pennsyvania. He married Sophia Sterne
ca.1773/74. Descendants & relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio,
Iowa, Kansas and elsewhere. Allied: Arnold, Beam, Boyd, Cover, Galley,
Luce, McFadden, Newcomer, Oglevee, Rouse, Shallenberger, Smith, Sny-
der, Stoner, Strickler, Teagarden, Whitefield, Wible and related families.

SMITH - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) and his                FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.         Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SMITH - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-              FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-              Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
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ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

SMITH - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones                FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was           Item 8
born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He
died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carol-
ina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they
lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later
settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in Sept-
ember 1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799
Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SMITH - Leavitts of America: genealogy compiled for Mrs. James                   FHL FILM 1321408
Alanson Eldredge of Woods Cross, Utah. Thomas Leavitt (ca.1610-1696)             Item 9
immigrated from England to Hampton, New Hampshire. Descendants and
relativeds lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Iowa and else-
where. Some descendants became Mormons and lived in Utah, Nevada and
elsewhere. Some of the Mormon descendants immigrated to Cardston,
Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Abbott, Brown, Cushing, Dear-
born, Hamblin, Hardy, Hughes, Hunt, Jones, Lane, Leavitt, Locke, Merrill,
Sanborn, Shaw, Smith, Sprague, Towle, Truman, Waite, Wood and related
families.
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SMITH - The Sydney-Smith and Claggett-Price genealogy: Thomas                  FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
Joseph Smith (ca.1718-1793) was a son of Sir Sidney (Sydney) Smith, an         Item 12
English nobleman. Thomas married Kitty Anderson, daughter of Sir Walter
Anderson of Wales and the British army. The young couple immigrated to
Richmond (later Fauquier) County, Virginia. Thomas Claggett (d.1703) was
a son of Colonel Edward Clagett of the British army, and immigrated in 1670
from England to Lenardtown, Maryland. John Price (b.1584) and his family
immigrated from Wales to Jamestown, Virginia in 1620, and became a land-
owner in Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives of these three
immigrants lived in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky,
and elsewhere. Includes such family history and genealogical data in England
Wales and elsewhere (with the Smith family often spelling the surname as
Smythe in England). Allied: Anderson, Ball, Brown, Butcher, Clagett, Cooper,
Doniphan, Drake, Fowlke, Harrison, Hawley, Humphry, Lewis, Montgomery,
Moorhead, Mott, Porter, Price, Randolph, Rixey, Smith, Smythe, Strother,
Stuart, Triplett, Waugh and related families.

SMITH - Descendants of Samuel Spencer (c.1744-c.1835) and ancestors of          FHL FILM 1425278-Misc.
some of their wives; Samuel Spencer, son of John Spencer Sr. was born c.1744 Item 5
in Rowan County, NC. The name of his wife and marriage date is unknown,
however his first child was born in July 1791. Samuel had three children. No
death date or place is listed for Samuel. His Descendants have lived in TN, MS,
AR, MO & other areas in the United States. Allied: Abbott, Adams, Ator, Benson,
Cherry, Chorice, Cox, England, Eudaly, Hennings, Jamison, Johnson, Johnston,
King, Langley, Murdock, O'Neal, Pusser, Rapert, Redwine, Smith, Wilkins,
Wright, Young and related families. Includes index.

SMITH - Biographical & genealogical information on the author and his          FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
Parrott and Smith ancestry. The Parrotts came from Ireland and the Smiths      Item 4
came from Scotland, settling in Manitoba in the mid-1800's. Allied" Parrott,
Smith.

SMITH - The Parke Scrapbook; Robert Parke immigrated to America                FHL FILM 1697555-Misc.
with the Winthrop Fleet which settled in Roxburg, Massachusetts ca. 1630.      Item 1-3
He moved to Wethersfield, Connecticut after giving his home to his son,
William Parke. Robert Parke was very active in town and church affairs.
His first wife was Martha Chaplin. Two children were born of this marriage.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York and elsewhere.
Includes Parke ancestry and genealogical data in England to 1400 A.D.
Facsim. Of the "Records of the Separate Church (Preston, Connecticut)
by Rev. Paul Park, from 1747-1800". Allied: Avery, Burrows, Denison,
Gallup, Geer, Hewitt, Holmes, Morgan, Palmer, Park, Parkes, Parks, Smith,
Stanton, Swan, Wheeler, Williams, Witter and related families.

SMITH - Genealogical records of Mildred Hamlin of Sault Ste. Marie ca.         FHL FILM 1697588-Misc.
1768-1984; Genealogy of the Mayne family of England. Arthur William May-       Item 2
ne (1880-1919), son of James Coleman Mayne and Sarah Keen, was born in
Stewkley, Buckinghamshire, England. He married Margaret Harris (1877-
1962) 1905 at Barrie, Ontario. She was also born in England. They had three
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children all born in Ontario. Family members live in Ontario & Nova Scotia,
Canada, in England & elsewhere. Includes genealogy of the Rawn families
of Ontario, Canada and New York. Abijah Rawn, farmer and son of John
James Rawn and Albertha Matilda Smith was born in 1836 and died in 1913.
In 1858 he married Elizabeth Robbins. In 1909 he married (2) Flora Schell,
daughter of James Schell and Caroline Nicely at New Lowell. Jacob Rawn
(b.1768) was born in Herkimer County, New York, and died in Albion Twp.,
Peel, Ontario. He was married to Anna Eve Miller (b.1765), daughter of
Frederick & Maria Miller, in 1790 in German Flatts, Herkimer County, New
York. In about 1803 family migrated to Canada. Includes the genealogy of
the Smyth/Smith families of Ireland & Ontario, Canada. William Mark Smyth,
farmer and son of Jacob Smyth and Elizabeth Marks, was born in Tipperary,
Ireland. He died 1908 in Sunnidale Twpl, Simcoe, Ontario. He was married
to Elizabeth Hiltz (1822-1903), daughter of Christopher Hiltz & Mary Rawn.
Several members of the Smyth/Smith family emigrated from Ireland ca.1842
settling in Ontario. A cousin of William mark Smyth, Bleakney Smith (1823-
1903) also emigrated. He married (1) Susannah Baker (1827-1895) 1847 prob-
ably in Albion Twp.; (2) Rebecca Rawn. He had fourteen children born at
Culross Twp., Bruce, Ontario. Allied: Mayne, Rawn Smith, Smyth.

SMITH - Supplement 4 to "A History of the Fee Family" ; Surnames              FHL FILM 1698111-Misc.
include: Biesele, Daniel, Fagala, Fee, McAfee, Smith, Terry, Williams.        Item 7

SMITH- A History of the Fee Family, by Ralph E. Pearson; Supplement           FHL FILM 1698111-Misc.
#5 to 3-v; Surnames include: Biesele, Daniel, Fagala, Fee, Felton, Groves,    Item 8
McAfee, Smith, Terry and Williams.

SMITH - The Journal of Thomas Price SmithL 1840-1877. Thomas Price            FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
Smith (1806-1896) was born in Deerhunt, Gloucestershire, England and he       Item 63
became a Methodist minister when he waas twenty-one years old. He later
helped found the United Brethren and was baptised into the LDS Church by
Wilford Woodruff in 1840. He spent the next twelve years performing
missionary work in England and eventually settled in Utah.

SMITHER - Part of the ancestry and descendants of Fleming Bates White         FHL FICHE 6017651
(1803-1882) & his wife, Catherine Alexander (1806-1852) married in 1829
moving from Virginia to Madison County, Alabama; Allied: Alexander,
Barber, Pritchett, Routt, Smither, Sydnor. White.

SMITHMAN- Family Records of Belt, Bennett, Haikkes, Hakes & Smithman.         FHL FILM 1597666-Misc.
Henry Smithman came from Germany about 1825. He settled in Pennsylvania       Item 10
and then moved to Ohio. George Bennett was born in Pennsylvania in 1769
and later moved to Ohio. Descendants of these men along with other families
include Betty Nelson who now lives in Kansas. Information on these lines
is included in th is manuscript material.

SMITT - Smidt, Smitt, Smith, Smyth family of New Castle County, Delaware      FHL FICHE 6100099
& Washington County, Virginia. Hans George Smitt or Smidt was born ca.
1692 probably in Falun, Kopparberg County, Sweden. He was likely the
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son of Petter Smitt of Falun, Sweden. Hans married Maria Stalcop on 3 Mar-
ch 1720 in Sweden & they immigrated to the United States sometime prior
to October 1720. Hans & Maria lived in New Castle County, Delaware and
were parents of six children. Hans died in December 1753. Descendants
lived in Delaware, Virginia and elsewhere. Allied: Howell, MacDonnell,
Peterson, Robinson, Smidt, Smith, Smitt, Smyth, Stalcop, Worsham & related
families.

SMOLLETT - Some account of the family of Smollett of Bonhill; with a                FHL FILM 1011841-Misc.
series of letters hither-to unpublished. Family genealogy from 1487 to the          Item 4
early 1800's, beginning with John Smollett, married to Katherine Brown,
whose first child was born in 1487.

SMOOT - The Guio-Dodson family by Shirley Kirkland Guio Corbari.                    FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
The first records of Charles Dodson and his wife, Ann, date from 1660. They         Item 3
lived in Virginia. Eighth generation descendant Violet Ann Dotson, daugh-
ter of William Lazarus hardman and Henritta Landrum Dotson, was born 1
November 1856 in Jackson, Mississippi. Violet married Peter Guio at Salt
Lake City, Utah in 1873. Peter was born 12 April 1837 in Akron, Summit
County, Ohio, the son of Peter and Josephine Mouschang Guio. They lived
in Minersville and Salt lake City Utah. In later years, Violet lived in Salt Lake
City while Peter remained in southern Utah to raise cattle and prospect. Peter
died 24 September 1912 in Milford, Utah. In 1922, Violet moved to Oakland,
California to be near her sons and daughter. She died 24 January 1929 in
Glendale, California. Descendants and relatiaves lived in California, Utah,
Nevada, Illinois, Tennesse, Texas, Alabama and elsewhere. Allied: Bryant,
Dobson, Dotson, Dunaway, Duncan, Durham, Gentry, Guio, Henry, Landrum,
McConnico, Olson, Smoot, Tannahill, Teisseire, Tippet, Travers and related
families.

SMOTHERS - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) & his                FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.          Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.
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SMYTH - Smidt, Smitt, Smith, Smyth family of New Castle County, Dela-         FHL FICHE 6100099
ware & Washington County, Virginia. Hans George Smitt or Smidt was born
ca.1692 probably in Falun, Kopparberg County, Sweden. He was likely the
son of Petter Smitt of Falun, Sweden. Hans married Maria Stalcop 3 March
1720 in Sweden & they immigrated to the United States sometime prior to
Oct. 1720; Hans & Maria lived in New Castle County, Delaware and were
parents of six children; Hans died December 1753; Descendants lived in
Delaware, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied: Howell, MacDonnel, Petterson,
Smidt, Smith, Smitt, Smyth, Stalcop, Worsham and related families.

SMYTH - Genealogical records of Mildred Hamlin of Sault Ste. Marie ca.        FHL FILM 1697588-Misc.
1768-1984; Genealogy of the Mayne family of England. Arthur William May-      Item 2
ne (1880-1919), son of James Coleman Mayne and Sarah Keen, was born in
Stewkley, Buckinghamshire, England. He married Margaret Harris (1877-
1962) 1905 at Barrie, Ontario. She was also born in England. They had three
children all born in Ontario. Family members live in Ontario & Nova Scotia,
Canada, in England & elsewhere. Includes genealogy of the Rawn families
of Ontario, Canada and New York. Abijah Rawn, farmer and son of John
James Rawn and Albertha Matilda Smith was born in 1836 and died in 1913.
In 1858 he married Elizabeth Robbins. In 1909 he married (2) Flora Schell,
daughter of James Schell and Caroline Nicely at New Lowell. Jacob Rawn
(b.1768) was born in Herkimer County, New York, and died in Albion Twp.,
Peel, Ontario. He was married to Anna Eve Miller (b.1765), daughter of
Frederick & Maria Miller, in 1790 in German Flatts, Herkimer County, New
York. In about 1803 family migrated to Canada. Includes the genealogy of
the Smyth/Smith families of Ireland & Ontario, Canada. William Mark Smyth,
farmer and son of Jacob Smyth and Elizabeth Marks, was born in Tipperary,
Ireland. He died 1908 in Sunnidale Twpl, Simcoe, Ontario. He was married
to Elizabeth Hiltz (1822-1903), daughter of Christopher Hiltz & Mary Rawn.
Several members of the Smyth/Smith family emigrated from Ireland ca.1842
settling in Ontario. A cousin of William mark Smyth, Bleakney Smith (1823-
1903) also emigrated. He married (1) Susannah Baker (1827-1895) 1847 prob-
ably in Albion Twp.; (2) Rebecca Rawn. He had fourteen children born at
Culross Twp., Bruce, Ontario. Allied: Mayne, Rawn Smith, Smyth.


SMYTHE - The Sydney-Smith and Claggett-Price genealogy: Thomas                 FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
Joseph Smith (ca.1718-1793) was a son of Sir Sidney (Sydney) Smith, an         Item 12
English nobleman. Thomas married Kitty Anderson, daughter of Sir Walter
Anderson of Wales and the British army. The young couple immigrated to
Richmond (later Fauquier) County, Virginia. Thomas Claggett (d.1703) was
a son of Colonel Edward Clagett of the British army, and immigrated in 1670
from England to Lenardtown, Maryland. John Price (b.1584) and his family
immigrated from Wales to Jamestown, Virginia in 1620, and became a land-
owner in Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives of these three
immigrants lived in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky,
and elsewhere. Includes such family history and genealogical data in England
Wales and elsewhere (with the Smith family often spelling the surname as
Smythe in England). Allied: Anderson, Ball, Brown, Butcher, Clagett, Cooper,
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Doniphan, Drake, Fowlke, Harrison, Hawley, Humphry, Lewis, Montgomery,
Moorhead, Mott, Porter, Price, Randolph, Rixey, Smith, Smythe, Strother,
Stuart, Triplett, Waugh and related families.

SNAVELY - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and                 FHL FICHE 6101576
history of the Baughman, Bachman (and variant spellings) families in who
mainly came from Germany and Switzerland and settled in America before
1900. Early ancestors settled in Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey,
New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas and Washington D.C.. Later descendants
and relatives also lived in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Montana,
Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma,
Washington and elsewhere. Variant spellings: Bachman, Bachmann, Backman,
Bakeman, Bauchman, Bauchmann, Baughman, Baugman, Bauhman, Baukman,
Bauman, baumann, Bichman, Bochman, Bockman, Boughman, Buckman;
Allied: Black, Dietz (Deeds), Fielding, Pickle, Schnebelli, Snavely, Whitmer,
Young and other related families. Publication ceased with Oct. 1989 issue.

SNEATH - Joseph Harker Family History; pioneers of Utah, Canada &              FHL FILM 1036043-Misc.
Idaho. Joseph Harker (1818-1896) was born at Pointon, Lincolnshire, Eng-       Item 2
land. He married Susannah Sneath. They became Mormon converts and
immigrated in 1846 to Montose, Iowa. In 1847, they moved to Salt Lake City,
Utah. Later they settlee at Taylorville, Utah. Includes descendants. Allied:
Bennion, Harker, Richards, Sneath and related families.

SNELL - Ehle ancestry, with notes on VanSlyck, Douw, Nellis, Dygert,           FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Dockstader, Cook, Veeder and Fonda. Johannes Jacob Ehle (ca.1690-ca.           Item 5
1782) immigrated from the Palatinate of Germany to Schoharie, New York
in 1722, and moved to Montgomery County, New York about 1727. Descen-
dants and relatives lived in New York, Wisconsin, Louisana, Iowa, Arizona,
California and elsewhere. Includes genealogical data about some Ehle indi-
viduals and families without tracing exact relationship. Allied: Bush, Cook,
Dillenbeck, Dockstader, Douw, Dygert, Ehle, Fonda, Helmer, Nellis, Quack-
enbos, Snell, Swift, Van Plank, Van Slyck, Walroth, Zimmerman and related
families.

SNIDER - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                   FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
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Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

SNIDER - Our Kith and Kin; Ancestors and descendants of George                 FHL FICHE 6111275
Beswick Marshall (1844-1916) and Clarinda Tucker (b.1848) of Indiana and
Tacoma, Washington. Allied: Bogardus, Brouwer, Brower, De La Montagne,
De Motte, Marshall, Snider, Tucker, Vincent.

SNIDER - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-           FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-            Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

SNIFFEN -Sniffen Family Genealogical Data, 1787-1984. Elisha Sniffen           FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
(b.1787) married Mary Fisher and lived in New York. Their son Bennett          Item 67
Henry Sniffen (1814-1865) married Emma Cornwell. They sailed to Hawaii
in the 1840's and Bennett became a Hawaiian citizen in 1844. After Emma's
death, he married Kamakonoenoe Hahinalau & they lived on Maui, where
they had twelve children. Includes descendants & relatives to 1984, chiefly
in New York, New Jersey & elsewhere. Allied: Clark, Dorney, McKelvey,
Newlin, Nowlan, Sniffen, Whiting and related families.

SNIPES - The survivors, my ancestors; history and genealogy of the             FHL FICHE 6101655
Scotch Irish immigrants who settled in Lancaster and Cumberland Counties,
Pennsylvania; includes other families who lived in Indiana, Missouri, South
Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and elsewhere. Allied: Akers, Anderson, Christy,
Drennon, Harvey, Jones, Lindsey, Rodgers, Short, Snipes, Smith, Wagster
and related families.

SNIVELY - Our Horner Ancestors, Williams Horner of Fayette County,             FHL FICHE 6087610
Pennsylvania, son of Thomas Horner of Baltimore County, Maryland and
family genealogy, ca.1700-1973. Thomas Horner was probably born ca.
1700/05 (place unknown) and was in Baltimore (now Harford) County, Mary-
land in 1741, when he married Grace (Preston) Anderson, widow of Charles
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Anderson. He died in 1756. Allied: Bumgarner, Gilbert, Horner, Mitchell,
Moore, Preston, Snively, Swearingen, Walters, Waters, West & related
families.

SNOAD - Lane-Layne-Lain Family Bulletin; Newsletter for the exchange            FHL FICHE 6047383
of genealogical data and history of the Lane (and variant spellings) families
in America. Allied: Brown, Cooper, Cureton, Gibson, Harlan, Jeffries, Ken-
day, Lain, Laine, Lane, Layn, Layne, MacKinne, Martin, Mathis, Moore,
Porter, Proctor, Snoad, Welty and related families.

SNOKE - Some Snoke Families: a collection of Snoke memorabillia, con-           FHL FICHE 6019169
sisting of family histories, biographies, letters, genealogy and trivia, from
the pens of the late Martin Van Buren Snoke, Frank McElwain Snoke and
other members of the Snoke family. John Snoke (1785-1866) married Hann-
ah Whistler & lived in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Descendants
lived in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Arizona, California, Washington &
elsewhere. Allied: Asper, Burkhart, Davidson, Hensel, Kendig, Snoke,
Stump and related families.

SNOOK - Snook Family of Pennsylvania.                                           FHL FICHE 6018197

SNOW - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.                FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p619.                                                                  Item 1

SNOW - Descendants of John Thorndike probably b. ca.1603 in Lincoln-            FHL FILM 1036838-Misc.
shire, England, immigrated about 1630 to Salem, Essex County, Massachu-         Item 3
settws. Married Elizabeth Statton & died in 1668 while visiting London. Allied:
Oelrichs, Snow, Thorndike, Thorndyke, Woodberry, Woodbury.

SNOWDEN - The Thomas Book; giving the genealogies of Sir Rhys Ap                UMI FICHE G-582
Thomas, K.B., with his ancestry from Pledgemund, 19th Archbishop of
Canterbury, A.D. 890 and the Thomas family descended from him. Philip
Thomas (ca.1600-1674/75) son of Evan Thomas of Swansea, Glamorgan,
1600-1674/75) son of Evan Thomas of Swansea, Wales, married Sarah
Harrison (a Quaker). They immigrated before 1651 to Anne Arundel
County, Maryland. Descendants lived in New Jersey, New York, Virginia,
and elsewhere; Allied: Brooke, Buckley, Fairfax, Hopkins, Lawrence,
Snowden, Thomas.

SNYDER - The Family of John Cutright (Bear Hunter) and Elizabeth                FHL FICHE 6088334
Sabre Cutright: and their descendants. John Cutright (ca.1747-1830), a
Revolutionary War soldier, was born in Virginia, perhaps the son of Henry
Cutright. He married Elizabeth Sabre (1757-1830) ca. 1773 in Virginia. They
had ten children, 1776-1801. The family migrated to Kentucky between 1782
and 1788 and to Ohio in 1796. John and Elizabeth died in Springfield Twp.,
Ross County, Ohio. Descendants listed, especially descendants of their son
John Cutright (1789-1860) of Cumberland County, Illinois, lived in Illinois,
Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and elsewhere. Allied:
Cutright, McDonald, Ramsey, Redman, Shaner, Snyder and related families.
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SNYDER - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled about 1719 in            UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SNYDER - Genealogy of the Putnams: with addendum of Walter Scott &              FHL FILM 1036667-Misc.
Abigail E. (Bower) Putnam family. Andrew Buttman Sr. (ca.1720/1725-1777),       Item 2
probably an immigrant, settled on land near Eakles' Mills, Maryland about
1770. Two of his sons, probably John and Peter, served in the Revolutionary
War, spelling the surname Putman. Descendants (also used Putman) and
relatives lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Illinois,
California and elsewhere. Allied: Ankeny, Bruner, Buttman, Keim, Pfeil, Pile,
Putman, Schneider, Sipe, Snyder and related families.

SNYDER - History of the Galley family with local & old-time sketches in         FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
the Yough region. A genealogy and a history of the Galley family who are        Item 8
descendants of Peter Galley who emigrated to America from Germany ca.
1770 & settled in Lancaster County, Pennsyvania. He married Sophia Sterne
ca.1773/74. Descendants & relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio,
Iowa, Kansas and elsewhere. Allied: Arnold, Beam, Boyd, Cover, Galley,
Luce, McFadden, Newcomer, Oglevee, Rouse, Shallenberger, Smith, Sny-
der, Stoner, Strickler, Teagarden, Whitefield, Wible and related families.

SOMERSET - Somerset Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                    FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                Item 1, Vol. 1 & 2, p19

SONGER - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) and his            FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.      Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
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Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

SONMANS - family records, 1691-1818, Quakers in Rotterdam, The                FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Netherlands and in England. Births, marriages and deaths of Ormston indiv-    Item 29
iduals in Friends' Quarterly Meeting records of London and Middlesex.
Joseph Ormston married Rachel Sonmans in 1691 in London; she was a
daughter of Aremt Sonmans of Rotterdam, The Netherlands and a sister of
Peter Sonmans, a celebrated political figure in early New Jersey. In: Misc-
ellaneous genealogical records/Milton Rubicam. Vol. 1, leaves 330-331.
Allied: Ormston, Sonmans.

SONNER - The Arnold Franklin Cabbage Family; (1803-1883), married             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Margaret Condreay ca. 1834 and lived in Vigo County, Indiana, moving          Item 67
before 1840 to Knox County, Illinois and moving between 1840-43 to Keokuk
County, Iowa. About 1868, the family moved to Lyon County, Kansas. Des-
cendants lived in Kansas, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Cabbage, Casler,
Sisson, Sonner.

SOPER - Supplement No. 2 to "A Soper Compendium." Additional gen-             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
ealogical & biographical data about various Soper individuals in New Eng-     Item 62
land and New York (without tracing the relationship of one to another),
together with the direct descendants to each individual Soper, these des-
cendants chiefly living in the midwest.

SORRELL - Olmsted-Foy; Ancestors of Remington Olmsted & his wife              FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Florence Foy. Remington Olmstead was born in 1882 at Le Roy, New York,        Item 5
the son of John Bartow Olmstead and Clara Amada Morgan. He married
Florence Foy in Pasadena, California, in 1910. They had three children,
1912-1918. Florence Foy was born in 1885 at Los Angeles, California, the
daughter of Samuel Calvert Foy (1830-1901) & Lucinda Macy. Allied: Allen,
Barnard, Bliss, Calvert, Clark, Coffin, Cox, Dawson, Dudley, Folger, Foy,
Hatch, Hickox, Hussey, Ives, Kilham, McQuaid, Macy, Meacham, Morgan,
Munger, Newcomb, Olmstead, Olmsted, Polk, Porter, Remington, Seymour,
Sorrell, Starbuck, Stebbins, Steele, Tyler and related families.

SOUDER - Leister Family; Philip Leister (b.1723) & his family, together       FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
with his brother John Nicholas and his family immigrated to Philadelphia,     Item 18
Pennsylvania in 1750 & settled in Pennsylvania. Descendants listed through
1929 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Allied: Leister, Savacool, Souder and
related families.

SOUDER - Souder Family; Christian Souder (d.1774) immigrated via              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Rotterdam to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1736, settling in Bucks County,    Item 34
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Pennsylvania then moving to Montgomery (then Philadelphia)County, Penn-
sylvania in 1747. Descendants listed through 1933 lived chiefly in Pennsyl-
vania. Allied: Hedrick, Keller, Mininger, Souder and related families.

SOULE - Mayflower Families thru 5 Generations; Vol.3-4; George Soule.            FHL FICHE 6049586

SOULE - Mayflower ancestral index;Contents: Vol. 1: Descendants of the           FHL FICHE 6093970
families of: Brewster, Chilton, Eaton, Fuller, More, Rogers, Soule and White.

SOULE - Massachusetts Society of Mayflower descendants: The Bow-                 FHL FICHE 6331448
man Files. Descendants of families who arrived on the Mayflower have
been identified and their genealogies are included in the Bowman File.
Mayflower families of: Alden, Allerton, Billingford, Bradford, Brewster,
Brown, Chilton, Cooke, Doty, Eaton, Fuller, Hopkins, Howland, More,
Priest, Rogers, Samson, Soule, Standish, Warren, White, Winslow.

SOULE - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                 UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SOULE - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.                FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p619.                                                                   Item 1

SOULE - Some ancestors & descendants of John Frederick Peters and                FHL FILM 1035668-Misc.
his wife, Maria Louise Moses of Hoosick Falls, New York and miscellaneous        Item 9
Peters & Moses Family notes and records. Charles Peters (d.1731/33) marr-
ied Mary Hewlett and lived in New Jersey and Hempstead, Long Island,
New York,. John Frederick Peters (1855-1920), a direc t descendat lived in
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Hoosick Falls, NY. Descendants & relatives lived in New Jersey, New York,
New England & elsewhere; Allied: Cushman, Haswell, Hewlett, Kip, Moses,
Osborne, Peters, Soule.

SOUTH - Genealogiacal notes on the South Family from the states of New              FHL FILM 1033558-Misc.
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Kentucky              Item 8
and Texas. Consists of genealogical data about South families and individuals
living in the above states between the 1600's & 1963, with only minor attempts
to show relationships between Souths from differing states. Allied: Bryan,
Drake, Gorbet, Hughes, Puckett, South and related families.

SOUTHARD - The Howard Historian: genealogical newsletter of the How-                FHL FICHE 6048652
ard surname. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data & history
of the Howard (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England
Ireland and Scotland. Some settled in Connecticut, Massachusttes & Rhode
Island in the 1600's. In the 1700's some migrated to New Brunswick & Nova
Scotia (Canada) and to Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North
& South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont & Virginia. During the 1800's
some settled in Alaberta and Quebec (Canada) and in Alabama, Arkansas,
California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky,
Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Tenn-
essee, Texas, Washington D.C. and Wisconsin. Later families also lived in
Australia and in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Washington and
elsewhere. Allied: Beaver, Edson, Goodwin, Hayward, Hayword, Heaward,
Heward, Hovard, Howad, Howar, Howard, Howards, Howare, Howerd,
Howward, Price, Ray, Sliger, Southard, Wilhite, Yarborough and related
families.

SOUTHGATE - The descendants of Francis Muncy I who lived on                         FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
Long Island in 1655 and married Hannah Adams in 1659 in Ipswich, Ma.                Item 3
He died on Long Island before March 30 1675. Descendants lived through-
our the United States; includes genealogy of allied families of: Adams,
Anderson, Blankenship, Brantley, Brewster, Brown, Bullock, Connell,
Craven, Davenport, Dickason, Harrison, Harvey, Helton, Hilton, Ludlow,
Morris, Muncy, Nelton, Skidmore, Smith, Southgate, Wells, Wheatley,
Wynn.

SOUTHWICK - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Sur-                  UMI FICHE G-2734
names include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen,
Allin, Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey,
Barker, Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Ber-
nington, Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr,
Burton, Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne,
Clarke, Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon,
Congdon, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies,
Davids, Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred,
Eldredge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
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son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SOUTHWORTH - Genealogy & family history of the Uphams of Castine,                 UMI FICHE G-2026
Maine and Dixon, Illinois with genealogical notes of the allied families of:
Avery, Brooks, Curtis, Cutler, Kidder, Little, Perkins, Ware, Warren, South-
worth, Upham and related families.

SOUTHWORTH - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island,                    FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
by B. F. Wilbour, p627.                                                           Item 1

SOWARD - Seward Cousins. Periodical for the collection and interchange            FHL FICHE 6047525
of genealogical data and family history about Seward individuals and families
within the United States. Includes transcripts and extracts from local, county,
state, and federal sources (vital records, church records, Military pensions,
census, etc.). Allied: bohrer, Braswell, Franklin, Gregg, Jessup, Leonard,
Nelson, Seaward, Seward, Soward, Steward, Stewart, Vanzant and related
families.

SOWLE - Ward Family Bible. Contains records of the families of Adon-              FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
iram Judson Ward and Harriet G. Gould who were married 8 January 1855;            Item 2
Thomas and Lydia Cook; George Washington and Margaret Carr; John
Hart who was born 2 August 1803; Israel and Sarah Bullock; Philip Taber
who ws born 4 October 1734 and his wife Eliphal Sowle; Lucy Maria Peck-
ham who was born on 11 March 1850; Willima Pinniger who was born on 9
August 1719 and his wife Katherine whose daughter Katherine married
William A. Hall; Ann Lascelles who was born 15 November 1810; Captain
Andrew Willitt who died 6 April 1712; and John Reed who was born on 22
March 1753 and married Trypahene who was born on 18 March 1769. In:
Bible records from the Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied:
Bullock, Carr, Cook, Gould, Hall, Hart, Lascelles, Peckham, Pinniger,Read,
Sowle, Taber, Ward and Willitt.

SPANGLER - The Annals of Caspar, Henry, Baltzar & George Spangler/                UMI FICHE G-522
Spengler/Spingler, of York County, Pennsylvania.
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SPANGLER - Descendants of Johann Jacob Hoke, ca. 1695-1766, immi-                  FHL FILM 1033796-GEN.
grated from Germany to Pennsylvania in 1728 with his first wife and five           Item 2
children. His second wife was Anna Margaretha (Mueller?). Descendants
spread throughout the United States. Allied: Bucher, Ebert, Eichelberger,
Hoke, Howard, Reid, Spangler and related families.

SPARHAWK - Genealogy of the McKinstry Family: with a preliminary                   FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
essay on the Scotch-Irish immigrations to America. John McKinstry (1677-           Item 2
1754) of Scotish lineage, was a son of Robert McKinstry and Mary Wilson.
John immigrated in 1718 from Ireland to Boston, Massachusetts. He moved
to East Windsor, Connecticut in 1728 and married Elizabeth Fairchild. Des-
dants and relatives lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Ohio,
Illinois and elsewhere. Includes ancestry and genealogical data in Ireland
and Scotland. Allied: Chapin, Ellsworth, Hazen, McKinstry, Sparhawk,
Stark, Willis and related families.

SPARHAWK - Samuel Rathbone & Lydia Sparhawk, his wife: a record                    FHL FILM 1321332-Gen.
of their descendants and notes regarding their ancestors. John Rathbone            Item 5
came to America from England about 1610-1650. Allied: Rathbone, Sparhawk.

SPARKMAN - The Letts line: A family genealogy. This Letts family begins            FHL FILM 1697765-Misc.
with William Letts who came to America from England in 1665. He landed in          Item 7
Elizabethtown, New Jersey. He married Elizabeth Laud in 1667. They had
two children and Elizabeth died about 1685/86. He then married his second
wife Ann and had two more children. Descendants are living in New Jersey,
Virginia, Texas and elsewhere in the United States. Allied: Bright, Brockway,
Fisher, Koontz, Letts, Moore, Platt, Settle, Sparkman, Suttle, Varnell & related
families.

SPARKS - Hale & Bemis and some American Ancestors. John Ellis Hale                 FHL FILM 1059473-Misc.
(born 1927) married Ethel McRae Bemis (born 1932). The chart traces their          Item 2
ancestry to the 16th century in many instances. Allied: Baldwin, Bemis,
Hale, McRae, Pittman, Sparks and related families.

SPARROW - A sketch of the life of Richard Dudley, son and his heirs, ca.           FHL FILM 1320835-Misc
1720-1894: as given the writer by his father, uncles and aunts. Richard Dud-       Item 27
ley (ca.1720-1782) immigrated from England to Montgomery County, Mary-
land, and married Mary Smith about 1755. Descendants and relatives lived
in Maryland, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and elsewhere. Allied: Dudley,
Kelley, Pattin, Sparrow, Tuttle, Vervel, Wickham and related families.

SPEAKMAN - Ancestral chart for Townsend Speakman & his wife, Char-                 FHL FILM 0020994-Misc.
lotte T. Price, ca.1646-1884; Townsend Speakman (1825-1882), son of Nath-          Item 7
aniel Speakman (1781-1860) & Ann Thomas (1797-1871) married Charlotte
T. Price (1830-1884), daughter of Samuel G. Price & Sarah Batts, at Doyles-
town, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in 1860. They had four children. In-
clues descendants to ca.1941. Includes charts showing the descendants of
Bartholomew Coppuck (1646-1719) and of Nicholas Newlin (fl.1665) ances-
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tors of Townsend Speakman. In: Miscellaneous pedigree charts, marriage
certificates, etc. Allied: Coppuck, Newlin, Price, Speakman.

SPEAR - The Flint heritage, Wales to Iowa; Thomas Flint immigrated              FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
from Wales (via England) to Salem, Massachusetts during or before 1650.         Item 7
Descendants lived in New England, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa,
Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, New York. Allied:
Bonzer, Busching, Danforth, Edson, Flint,Godwin, Hammond, Hollenbeck,
Peterson, Prindel, Rosebrook, Rosebrooks, Spear, Waterbury, Weld,
Wood and related families.

SPEARS - Flowers Kith & Kin: a record of the descendants of Thomas              FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
Flowers thru Henry and Nancy (Adams) Flowers. Thomas Flowers was born           Item 6
in England on April 16, 1740. Just when he came to America is not known,
but there is evidence that he probably lived in Virginia prior to settling in
Duplin County, North Carolina. Nothing is known of his wife. This book is
a record of the descendants of Thomas Flowers through Henry and Nancy
Flowers, Amite County, Mississippi pioneers of 1812. Henry Flowers, son of
Thomas Flowers of Duplin County, North Carolina was born February 2,
1787, grew to manhood in South Carolina, living in the Edgefield District
near Barnwell. Married Nancy Adams (b.11 February 1794) one of seven
daughters of William Adams Sr. They were married 1 October 1852. Nancy
Adams Flowers died 14 November 1870. Descendants lived in Mississippi,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri & elsewhere. Allied: Barron, Bridges, Burris,
Callia, Carruth, Cobb, Darville, Denman, Fletcher, Flowers, Foster, Hales,
Harrell, Hewett, Hines, Holmes, Impson, Lane, McGehee, Magee, Marsalis,
Norell, Quackenbush, Robinson, Spears, Sullivan, Turner, Watts, Webb,
Wilson, Wood and related families.

SPELLMAN - William Cork: lineage in America from 28 April 1834 to 15             FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
August 1984. William Cork (1804-1889) was the son of William Cork (b.1780) Item 10
& Sarah Saunders (b.1782) of Egbrecklin Parish, Devonshire, England. He
married twice: (1) Jemima Miller (1806-1866) and (2) Rose Anna Haas (1834-
1897) in 1870. He imigrated from Plymouth, England to New York City in
1834 he settled at Rossville, Vermillion County, Illinois. He was a local United
Brethren preacher & pioneer farmer. Five children were born to his first
marriage. Several generations of descendants are given. Descendants are
located in Illinois, Indiana, California and elsewhere. Allied: Berryman, By-
erly, Cork, Haas, Miller, Spellman, Young and related families.

SPENCE - The Braton Family; Hugh Brattin was born in Scotland                    FHL FILM 1597666-Misc.
in 1820 . Probably because of the Scotish famine he went into Northern           Item 9
Ireland where he met Mary Jane Wilson, whom he married. They had four
children, two of whom were born after the family went to Canada about 1845.
Descendants now live in Minnesota, North Dakota and other northern
midwest states. Allied: Blankenship, Braton, Brattin, Claggett, Gaffney, Spence,
Watt, Wilson.

SPENCER - A Chapman Family History: containing previously unpub-                FHL FICHE 6049296
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lished and original work on some of the descendants of Robert Chapman
(1616-1687), a founder of Saybrook, Connecticut, in 1635. He married Ann
Bliss and immigrated from Yorkshire, England to Saybrook, Connecticut
in 1635. Descendants and relatives lived in New England and elsewhere.
Includes ancestry in England to about 1066 A.D. Added sub-titles: with
sections on several other English families by marriage, Cone, Martin, Willey,
and featuring the ancient Spencer family, which is traced back to the time of
William the Conqueror in 1066 A.D. Including descendancy charts, family
group sheets, and alphabetical index of key names. Allied: Chapman, Cone,
Despencer, Martin, Perry, Spencer, Whitbread, Willey and related families.

SPENCER - Some data covering descendants of William Watkins, Queen              FHL FILM 0908716-Misc.
County, Virginia. He married Martha Herndon in 1727 and died ca.1783 in         Item 8
Charlotte County, Virginia. Includes information on Col. Thomas Spencer
born ca.1720, died in 1793 in Virginia & his descendants. Allied: Spencer,
Watkins.

SPENCER - Katharine M. Utter Pedigree, ca.1644-1881. John Utter and             FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Anna Whitmarsh Spencer. John Utter (b.1836), the son of James Noyes             Item 3
Utter (b.1802) and Mary Ann Allman, married Anna Whitmarsh Spencer,
daughter of Thomas Aldrich Spencer (1811-1881) and Matilda Ann Read.
In: Pedigree Chart Collection at the Rhode Island Historical Society, Prov-
idence, Vol. 3. Allied: Spencer, Utter.

SPENCER - Some data covering descendants of William Watkins. He was             FHL FILM 0908716-Misc.
born in 1690 in King and Queen County, Virginia, married Martha Herndon         Item 8
in 1727 and died about 1783 in Charlotte County, Virginia. Allied: Spencer,
Watkins.

SPENCER - Spencer Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                      FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                Item 1, Vol. 1 & 2, p39
                                                                                Item 3, Vol. 4, p309

SPENCER - Pedigree & family group chart of Aaron Johnson, Utah Pioneer.         FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
Aaron Johnson (1806-1877) was the son of Didymus Johnson (1768-1832) &          Item 1-3
Rheuama Stevens (1768-1826). He was born in Haddam, Connecticut and
died in Springville, Utah. He had 12 wives & 56 children. Capt. John Johnson
(ca.1595-1659) was the immigrant ancestor. He was born in Wilmington, Kent,
England and died in Roxbury (now Boston) Massachusetts. Allied: Burr,
Johnson, Pelton, Spencer, Stevens, Stow, Stowe, Weld and related families.

SPENCER - Hixson/Spencer/Day family genealogical data, 1576-1976 by             FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
Zelpha W. Hixson, B. Coalt. William Hixson (ca.1650-1722) married twice         Item 27
& lived at Maidenhead, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Descendants
(many spelling the surname Hixson or Hickson) & relatives lived in New
Jersey, New England, New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio & else-
where. Includes some ancestry to 1576 in England & elsewhere. Allied:
Booth, Day, Hanks, Hickson, Hixon, Hixson, Pattison, Spencer, Supinger
and related families.
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SPENCER - The Mullinax family of northern South Carolina (York,                 FHL FILM 1697555-Misc.
Union and Cherokee Counties) and southern North Carolina (Cleveland,            Item 8
Gaston and Lincoln Counties). John Mullinax II married Sarah Donnally,
and settled in Cherokee County, South Carolina before 1769. Descendants
lived in South Carolina, North Carolina and elsewhere. Allied: Donally,
Dover, Maynor, Moss, Mullinax, Patrick, Peterson, Spencer and related families.

SPENGLER - The Annals of the families of Casper, Henry, Baltzer and             UMI FICHE G-522
George Spengler who settled in York County, Pennsylvania, respectively
in 1729, 1732, 1732 and 1751, with biographical and historical sketches and
memorabilia of contemporaneous local events, by Edward W. Spengler,
published 1896.

SPICER - Genealogy of the families of Bailey, Boviard, Cottrell, Dulmage,       FHL FILM 0823709-Gen.
Nisgerm Spicer and Youker.                                                      Item 1

SPIDELL - Index to "Forney's five family records of genealogy. Allied:          FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Benner, Clapper, Dyke, Ettleman, Forney, Spidell, Study & related families.     Item 63

SPIER - The Ancestors and Descendants of Simon Van Ness and Hester              FHL FILM 1697542-Misc.
Delmater by David L. Riker. Simon Van Ness (1666-d.before 1733) was born        Item 3
in Greenbush, near Albany, New York. He married Rachel Van Deusen
before 1693, and they moved to New York City then to Acquackanonk area
of Essex County, New Jersey. After his first wife died he married Hester
DeLamater in 1701. They settled in Fairfield, Essex County, New Jersey.
Descendants and relatives lived chiefly in New Jersey, with some in New
York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Missouri, Arizona and elsewhere.
Includes ancestors in the Netherlands to the late 1500's. Allied: Braun,
DeLamater, Doremus, Jacobusse, Mandeville, Rycken, Spier, Van Ness &
related families.

SPILMAN - Our book, our ancestors, ourselves and our children: Pearly           FHL FILM 0872800-Misc.
Nicholas Dixon, Rachel Maria (Kinkade) Dixon. Genealogy 1650-1940.              Item 2
Allied: Dixon, Graves, Kinkade, McCanse, Nicholas, Spilman, Tingley and
related families.

SPILO - Pedigree of the Engeler, Verplak, Spilo and Hiddes Families             FHL FILM 1183618-Misc.
of the Netherlands.                                                             Item 2

SPINE - A genealogical and historical account of the Throckmorton family        UMI FICHE G-588
in England and the United States includes Royal decents, by C. Wickliffe
Throckmorton, 1930. With brief notes on some of the allied families of: Bark-
ley, Baynham, Beaufo, Bedell, Besford, Blennerhasset, Bruley, Chapman,
Cocton, Courtenay, Durvassal, Gifford, Haseley, Herbert, Hooe, Lawrence,
Louthe, Lowth, Olney, Pickering, Playter, Reade, Skipwith, Spine, Taliaferro,
Throckmorton, Tutt, Vaux, Wickliffe and Yate.

SPINGLER - The Annals of Caspar, Henry, Baltzar & George Spangler/              UMI FICHE G-522
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Spengler/Spingler, of York County, Pennsylvania.

SPINOLA - Bull Family History and Genealogical data, 534 A.D -1977;               FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Thomas Bull (ca. 1610-1684) and his family immigrated from England to             Item 44
Boston, Massachusetts in 1635, later moving to Hartford, Connecticut. Des-
cendants lived in New England, New York, Washington, California, Arizona,
and elsewhere; Includes ancestors in England and relatives in Italy. Allied:
Benedict, Benham, Bull, Perrin, Roosevelt, Spinola, Vezie, Woods and
related families.

SPLAWN - Genealogy of the Splawn and Collins Family, compiled by                  FHL FILM 1321408
Jennie L. Splawn in 1960 and updated by her niece Ann Baker in 1986.              Item 10
Includes bibliographies and references. Ancestors of William Butler Splawn
(1852-1922) and Mary Marshall Collins Splawn (1862-1942) of Wise County,
Texas. Allied: Claiborne, Collins, Harris, Shelton, Splawn, Woods, Wyatt
and related families.

SPOHN - Spohn family notebook; genealogical notes on the Spohn fam-               FHL FILM 1597523-Misc.
ily of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Collection of documents which relate           Item 8
to Spohn family who resided in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Including
letters, wills, cemetery inscriptions, newspaper clippings, genealogical
sheets and similar materials.

SPOONER - Tracy's Tracing. Newsletter for the collection & interchange            FHL FICHE 6047543
of genealogaical data and family history for Tracy individuals and families
within the United States. Includes announcements and reports for the Tracy
Family Association, with headquarters at Temple City, California. Allied:
Butler, Greenlaw, Spooner, Tracy, Wilkins and related families.

SPOONER - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames              UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
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Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

SPOOR - Spoor Family alias Wybesse: Jan of Niskayuna. A genealogy of            FHL FILM 1597740-Misc.
the Spoor family who are descendants of Jan Wybesse Spoor of Niskayuna,         Item 11
a small settlement east of Schenectady, New York. He married Anna Maria
Hanse. Their first child, Johannes, was born about 1680. Allied: Spoor, Wye-
besse.

SPOSATO - Turning the hearts. Dale Christensen was born in Idaho in             FHL FILM 1597908-Misc.
1948. He married Mary Jo Nanna in 1974. He grew up in Idaho, spent a year       Item 1
in London and served a mission to New England. He met Mary Jo after his
mission in Boston while they were in school. Sketches of his ancestors lives
and her background are also included in this family history. Information on
his marriage and family along with his experiences in Peru as a misson
president from 1984-1987 are included in later volumes.
Vol. 1: Dale and Mary Jo's early life and ancestral lines.
Vol. 2: Their marriage from 1974-1984 and their experiences as the president
         of the Peru South Mission, 1984-1987,
Vol. 3: Miscellaneous journal entries and correspondance, 1984-1991 and
        family group sheets for their family lines.
Vol. 4: Correspondence and family information to 1994.
Allied: Christensen, Davis, Nanna, Sposato, Swift, Thornton & related families.

SPOTTSWOOD - Genealogical chart showing the descent from several                FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
lines and some interesting family connections of the Virginia families of:      Item 1
Alexander, Anderson, Aylett, Bruce, Dandridge, Fontaine, Henry, Junkin,
Moore, Poindexter, Spottswood, West.

SPRAGUE - Kistler families descended from George Kistler Jr.of Berks            FHL FICHE 6087828
County, Pennsylvania. George (Hanjoerg) Kistler Jr., (d.1767) & his wife
Anna Dorothea d.1779, immigrated in 1737 from Germany to America. Desc-
endants lived in Pennsylvania & Ohio. Allied: Holmes, Kistler, Newkirk,
Sprague, Wildermuth.

SPRAGUE - Call Family genealogy & family history, 1575-1959; Thomas             FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Call (1597-1676) married Bennett (?) Harrison and immigrated in 1636/1637       Item 42
from England to Charlestown, Massachusetts later moving to Malden, Mass-
achusetts. Descendants lived in New England & elsewhere. Some descen-
dants became Mormon converts, & moved to Utah, Idaho & elsewhere; In-
cludes some ancestors in England and Wales; Allied: Call, Bartlett, Green,
Bartlett, Green, Jones, Neeley, Sanderson, Sprague.
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SPRAGUE - Thornes and allied families. William Thorne (d.1657) immi-          FHL FILM 1035809-Misc.
grated in 1638 from England to Lynn, Massachusetts, and later moved to        Item 7
Flushing, Long Island, New York, and then to Jamaica, Long Island, New
York. Descendants and relatives lived in most of the United States. Allied:
Eddy, Fones, Mowry, Smith, Sprague, Thorne, Waggoner & related families.

SPRAGUE - Allen Family; Robert Allen, a Quaker, moved from Shrews-            FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
bury, New Jersey to Tuckerton, New Jersey and married Edith Andrews in        Item 4
1716, settling on the west bank of the Wading River in New Jersey. Descen-
dants lived in New Jersey, New York, New England and elsewhere. Allied:
Allen, Cranmer, Darby, Pharo, Seaman, Shinn, Sprague and related families.

SPRAGUE - The ancestors of Arthur Orison Dillon and his poems. Son            FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
of Peter Orison Dillon and Belle Anne Cottingham Dillon, born 7 July 1873     Item 5
Lexington, LeSuer County, Minnesota. He later resided in Indiana, Wash-
ington and California where he was involved in the practice of law, public
service, church work and civic organizations. Ancestors and relatives lived
in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, Minnesota, Calif-
ornia, Indiana, Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut, Ohio, Vermont, Wash-
ington and elsewhere. Allied: Anthony, Ballard, Barnes, Beach, Beecher,
Birdseye, Brown, Burnnell, Buswell, Capen, Churchill, Cottingham, Curtis,
Dillon, Eames, Foot, Gill, Goodnow, Hayward, Holbrook, Holt, Jenckes,
Merriman, Mix, Niles, Potter, Pendleton, Rockwell, Royce, Sandys, Sheldon,
Sprague, Smith,Tefft, Tripp, Tucker, Turner, Webb, Wilcoxson, Wilmot
and related families.

SPRAGUE - Leavitts of America: genealogy compiled for Mrs. James              FHL FILM 1321408
Alanson Eldredge of Woods Cross, Utah. Thomas Leavitt (ca.1610-1696)          Item 9
immigrated from England to Hampton, New Hampshire. Descendants and
relativeds lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Iowa and else-
where. Some descendants became Mormons and lived in Utah, Nevada and
elsewhere. Some of the Mormon descendants immigrated to Cardston,
Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. Allied: Abbott, Brown, Cushing, Dear-
born, Hamblin, Hardy, Hughes, Hunt, Jones, Lane, Leavitt, Locke, Merrill,
Sanborn, Shaw, Smith, Sprague, Towle, Truman, Waite, Wood and related
families.

SPRAGUE - Some notes on the Wellman and Bump families of Barry County, FHL FILM 1750728-Misc.
Michigan. Orin Wellman (1799-1848) son of Paul and Abigail (Wheeler)       Item 41
Wellman was born probably in Connecticut and married Hannah Palmer,
probably in Wayne County, New York. They later settled in Barry County,
Michigan in 1839. Their daughter, Johanna (1823-1900), married Edward Bump
(1821-1887) son of Edward Bump and Betsey Lawrence (1821-1887). Descen-
dants lived in Michigan and elsewhere. Allied: Bump, Sprague and Wellman.

SPRAKER - Rosenbaum Family of Southwest, Virginia. Alexander                  FHL FICHE 6017586
Rosenbaum, son of Anthony rosenbaum, was probably born in the Swartara
region of present day, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He and his wife,
Charaty, were probably married in Hanover Twp., Pennsylvania in the
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early 1760's. They had eight children. The family moved to Rowan County,
North Carolina before 1778 and to Washington County, Virginia, between
1791 and 1793. He died in 1806. Decendants lived in Virginia, Tennessee,
Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska and elsewhere. Allied: Baumann, Copenhaven,
Groseclose, Phillippi, Rosenbalm, Rosenbaum, Spraker, Sprecher, Widener
and related families.

SPRECHER- Rosenbaum Family of Southwest, Virginia. Alexander                  FHL FICHE 6017586
Rosenbaum, son of Anthony rosenbaum, was probably born in the Swartara
region of present day, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He and his wife,
Charaty, were probably married in Hanover Twp., Pennsylvania in the
early 1760's. They had eight children. The family moved to Rowan County,
North Carolina before 1778 and to Washington County, Virginia, between
1791 and 1793. He died in 1806. Decendants lived in Virginia, Tennessee,
Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska and elsewhere. Allied: Baumann, Copenhaven,
Groseclose, Phillippi, Rosenbalm, Rosenbaum, Spraker, Sprecher, Widener
and related families.

SPRENGELMEYER - The Krakow Family; J.H. Christian Krakow (1820-               FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
1876) immigrated in 1850 from Germany to Dubuque, Iowa and married            Item 72
Anna Witthaber, a Swiss immigrant. Descendants lived in Iowa, Pennsylvania,
New York, Georgia, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Baum-
gartner, Jones, Krakow, Ris, Sprengelmeyer, Wendt and related families.

SPRIGG - The Lillard-Bonner genealogical collection. Prater-Prather                FHL FICHE 6005670
families: with allied lines in Maryland, the Carolinas, Kentucky, Indiana and
other states; with boigraphical notes on the collectors. Allied: Adair, Applegate,
Austin, Bartlett, Beall, boyd, Burns, Burnside, Collins, Coulter, Duckett, John-
son, Lillard, McGaffigan, Morgan, Mulikin, Prater, Prather, Prator, Sprigg,
Swearingen, Walker.

SPRING - The Spring Family: A genealogy of the ancestors of Cornelius         FHL FILM 1697363-Misc.
Milton Spring, b.13 Dec.1842 the son of Milton and Eunice Hall Spring. And    Item 7
his wife, Sarah Ann Eldredge. They were married 2 September 1869. She
died 21 May 1901 and he died 23 November 1916 in Waueson. Allied: Bunn-
ell, Eldredge, Hall, Spring.

SPRINGER - Miscellaneous notes, pedigree chart, etc. of Sarah Jeanette        FHL FILM 0823709-Gen.
Hodge, 1909; Springer line extends to 427 A.D. Allied: Bugh, Hodge, Jordan,   Item 2
Martin, Springer, Strader, Weingarth, Zempelman.

SPRINGER - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.          FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p636.                                                                Item 1

SPRINGER - Notes on the Springer Family, 1592-1907: from the unpub-           FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
lished collections in the Library of the National Society, Daughters of the   Item 14
American Revolution, Washington, D.C. Research analysis of the claims to
Royal and noble honors in Sweden and Europe put forth in behalf of the
noted Springer family of Delaware, leads the author to conclude that most
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of these claims are fictitious. He does find one document in the Springer
file in the D.A.R. library that has possible importance, but it has never been
adequately researched in Sweden or Europe. In: Miscellaneous genealog-
ical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 2, leaves 124-130.

SPRINGER - Hiestand Family; Henry Hiestand immigrated from Germany               FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
or Switzerland to Frederick County, Virginia. He served in the French and        Item 12
Indian War, and later lived in Orange, Dunmore & Shenandoah Counties,
Virginia. "According to his son Peter Hiestands Bible his father (Henry) died
October 5, 1779. His mother (name unknown) died January 12, 1777. Desc-
endants & relatives lived in Virginia, Washington, D.C., Ohio, Indiana, Ken-
tucky, Texas, Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, Arkansas, Montana, Washington &
elsewhere. Allied: Armstrong, Basom, Beagle, Burkett, Carter, Dissuis, Don-
oho, Finch, Gaston, Giffin, Gimlin, Helm, Hiestand, Immel, Jones, Lowry,
Lefferson, Mesnard, Moore, Mundwilder, O'Neal, Papin, Patterson, Punches
Rottler, Schmieder, Springer, Telford, Vessell, Wyndham & related families.

SPRINGER - The Springer Family History: some descendants of Dennis               FHL FILM 1697542-Misc.
Springer and Ann Pritchett, including family histories for the families of:      Item 2
Boyles, Bellatti, Gaddis, Girton, McIntire, Prickett, Van Meter, Sheperd,
Springer and related families.

SPRONG - The Sprong Family History. Johannis Sprungh (b.ca.1630/35)              FHL FILM 1035809-Misc.
immigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam & married Johanna Sodelaers             Item 2
in 1660. He died before 1694 at Bushwick, Long Island, New York. Des-
cendants used the surname "Sprong" & some moved to Ohio & Kentucky.
Allied: Atkins, Finney, McCash, Mann, Richardson, Sprong, Ward & related
families.

SPRY - The Ancestors & Descendants of Joseph Ames Little and his                 FHL FILM 1697542-Misc.
wife Mary Gerrish Little. Joseph Ames Little was the only son of Thomas          Item 5
Little and Myra Ames. He was born 24 May 1830 in New Hampshire and
married Mary Gerrish 1 November 1859. They migrated westward & settled
in Indiana where they reared their six children. Descendants lived primarily
in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and elsewhere. Allied: Childress, Dodge, Gerrish,
Little, Spry, Stroud, Voigt.

SPRY - Rudolph Nester and Mary Heembrock descendants. Rudolph                  FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
Nester (1856-1942), son of Thomas Nester and Balbina Leopold, was born         Item 50
at Heidenhofen, Baden, Germany, and died in St. Cloud, Stearns County,
Minnesota. He married 1880 near Old Monroe, Missouri. Mary Heembrock
(1857-1935), daughter of Anton Heembrock and Catherine Ottomeier. She was
born at a farm near St. Paul, St. Charles, Missouri and died in Detroit Lakes,
Becker County, Minnesota. Rudolph immigrated to St. Louis, Missouri in 1873.
He and Mary had nine children born in Dora twp., Vergas County, Minnesota.
Descendants live in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Maryland, Wash-
ington, Illinois, California and elsewhere. Includes index. Allied: Heembrock,
Kugler, Lefebvre, Mertens, Nester, Spry and related families.
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SPURLOCK - The Spurlock Story. Robert Archibald Spurlock married                  FHL FILM 1035622-Misc.
Elizabeth Phoebe Leverton & moved from Arkansas to Hutchinson County,             Item 8
Texas in 1885. Descendants lived in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Califor-
nia & elsewhere. Allied: Cushman, English, Foreman, Greenleaf, Leverton,
Pincham, Spurlock and related families.

SPURRIER - Ancestral lines of the Doniphan, Frazee and Hamilton               FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
families by Frances Frazee Hamilton. Chiefly ancestors of the author and      Item 7
her husband, Lucius Oliver Hamilton, and some of ancestors descendants,
with allied families. Frances Frazee was born in 1866 in Rush County,
Indiana, one of twelve children born to Rev. Ephraim Samuel Frazee (1824-
1896) and Frances Elizabeth Austen Frazee (1827-1910), 1848-1869. Lucius
Oliver Hamilton was born in 1862 in Bracken County, Kentucky, the son of
Oliver Theodore Hamilton (1832-1913) and Sarah Jane Ginn Hamilton (1841-
1910). Lucius Hamilton and Frances Frazee were married in 1889. They had
three sons, 1891-1907, born in Rush County, Indiana. Descendants lived in
Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Arizona, California & elsewhere.
Allied: Armes, Austin, Ball, Belnap, Blair, Brown, Browning, Campbell, Crane,
Croxton, Curtis, Dailey, De Frees, Derr, Doniphan, Drake, Embree, Fraisy,
Fraiser, Frazee, Garrette, Ginn, Hamilton, Hetzel, Hockaday, Hodgin,Humes,
Keith, King, Littell, Marsh, Maxwell, Metcalf, Miller, Morris, Mothershead,
Mott, Moyer, Murry, Nelson, Oneal, Osborne, Pence, Pickering, Raddin,
Randolf, Robinson, Rogers, Ross, Seaverens, Smith, Spurrier, Struve, Sumey,
Taylor, Teghtmeyer, Thompson, Tucker, Umbei, Walton, Waugh, Weaver,
Williams, Wilson, Worthington, Wright, Wyatt, Young and related families.

ST. CLAIR - The History of the Sinclair Family in Europe and America.             UMI FICHE G-500

ST. GERMAIN - Pelissier Family Genealogy 1675-1981. Isaac Pierre Peli-            FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
ssier (1675-1758) immigrated from France to Trois Revieres, Quebec and            Item 75
married Marie Clemence harel in 1714. They moved to Yamaska, Quebec
about 1718/19. Descendants and relatives lived in Quebec, British Columbia,
and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Minnesota, North Dakota,
Washington, Oregon and elsewhere in the United States. Allied: Aubichon,
Brouillard, Dugast, Johns, Pelissier, St. Germain, Trotter & related families.

ST. JARREE dit SERGERIE - Descendants of George Herbert (1865-                    FHL FILM 0928073-Misc.
1926) born at Cocagne, New Brunswick, died at Leominster, Worcester,              Item 7
Massachusetts. Wife Philomene St. Jarree dit Sergerie (1863-1952).Allied:
Herbert, St.Jarree dit Sergerie.

ST. JOHN - Bulkeley Genealogy: Rev. Peter Bulkeley ; being an Acc-                UMI FICHE G-930
ount of his career, his ancestry, the ancestry of his two wives & his relatives
in England & New England, together with a genealogy of his descendants
through the 7th American generation, by Donald Lines Jacobus. M.A., 1933.
Allied: Allen, Bulkeley, Chetwood, Fairclough, Farwell, Grosvenor, Hasel-
den, Haugh, Irby, Mellowes, Needham, St. John, Talbot, Welby, Whitting-
ham and Wodhull.
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ST. JOHN - St. John Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                        FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                    Item 3, Vol. 4, p328, 372

ST. JOHN - Ancestors of Ray Hamilton Hutton (1895-1943) and Helen                   FHL FILM 1697765-Misc.
Louise Blaine (1894-1984); He was the son of Frank E. Hutton and Kathryn            Item 2
L. Carroll, married Helen Louise Blaine in 1913.They had three children.
Allied: Austin, Blaine, Grant, Hutton, Paine, Sisson, St. John.

ST. LAWRENCE - St. Lawrence, Earls and Barons of Howth, Dublin,                     UMI FICHE G-52
Ireland on page 62 of: Ancestry of Jeremy Clarke of Rhode Island and
Dungan Genealogy.

ST. LEGER - Early Digges Family Progenitors and some descendants: from              FHL FICHE 6050440
Kent in old England to the new world, America. Edward Digges (1621-1675)
immigrated from England to Bellefield, Virginia. Descendants and relatives
lived in Virginia, Ohio and elsewhere. Includes many ancestors (including
nobility) in England to about 1066 A.D. Allied: Digges, Hail, Herndon, Kemp,
St. Leger, Whitesides, Wilkins and related families.

ST. LEDGER - Northern Kentuck family archives; Surnames: Bartlow,                   FHL FILM 1697363-Misc.
Biggs, Brennan, Dicken, Diggs, Herndon, Johnson, Mahaffey, Neville,                 Item 5
Plantagenet, Revel, Rusk, Scarborough, Stafford, St. Ledger, Tarvin.

ST. PIERRE - The genealogy of the descendants of Pierre de Saint-                   FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Pierre (1644-1713/1725), immigrated from France to Quebec with wife Marie           Item 23
Gerbert in 1679; Allied: Beaupre, Cantin, Depuis, Le Blanc, Levasseur,
Peltier, St. Pierre. (Text in French)

STACK - Ancestors of Henry Isaac Bowyer of Alexandria, Madison                      FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
County, Indiana; Family History and genealogical information about the              Item 40
ancestors and descendants of Henry Isaac Bowyer who was born 31 March
1868 in Indiana. He was the son of William E. Bowyer and Elizabeth Hefner.
William was a descendant of Isaac C. Bowyer (born 8 Jul 1813 in Ohio) and
Eliza A. Foster. Henry married Emily Leonarah Burgett on 9 September 1893
in Indiana. They lived in Alexandria, Madison County, Indiana and were the
parents of one know child. Ancestors were primarily from Ohio & Tennessee.
Descendants lived primarily in Indiana. Allied: Bowyer, Burgett, Foster,

STACKHOUSE - The descendants of Johann Adam Forney, 1557-1963.                      FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
Johann Adam Forney was born in 1690 to Christian and Madle Frick Forney.            Item 4
He married Elizabetha Lowisa in January of 1713. "In the year 1721 on the
16th October, Johann Adam Forney and wife Louisa (sic) with four children
arrived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, having lived at Wachenheim-on-the-
hart (Mountain) in the Palatinate. He later settled in the neighborhood of
what is now Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania in 1734. Descendants lived
in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, Nebraska,
Illinois, California and elsewhere. Allied: Bailey, Bixler, Blott, Burns, Calvin,
Conkle, Cort, Crider, Critton, Decker, Dyck, Dye, Eaton, Farmer, Farne,
Farni, Farnir, Farny, Finley, Fisher, Ford, Forney, Forni, Fomich, Fomick,
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Forny, Gerber, Gushall, Hammersley, Hart, Helmick, Henry, Johnson,
Kaufman, Kiefauber, May, Miller, Noll, Reusser, Rice, Robinson, Roth,
Rummel, Ruxegger, Schriver, Stackhouse, Taylor, Uli, Von Frane, Wolf,
Wright, Young, Zimmerman and related families.

STACKHOUSE - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita                 FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Jones Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon,         Item 8
was born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia.
He died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South
Carolina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which
they lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina,
later settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in
September 1789 & was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In
1799 Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 &
was buried beside Benjamin & his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

STAFFORD - Erdeswick pedigree:copied from an old vellum roll in the              FHL FICHE 6024448
possession of Colonel Butlerl-Bowdon of Peasington. Ancestry of the
Erdeswick family from about 1066 A.D. to Sampson de Erdeswick (about
fifteen generations) "from whom descended Mary Erdeswick, the last of
the family, who married 30 November 1775. Henry Bowdon of Beighton-
fields and Southgate (born 1754-1833). She died at Southgate 6 April 1791,
leaving issue John Bruno Bowdon, who by Mary Martha his wife, daughter
of Edward Ferrers, esq. of Baddesley Clinton, had, with other children, a
son John Butler Bowdon of Pleasington Hall and Southgate. Allied:
Bowdon, Erdeswick, Erdeswike, Erdeswyke, Ferrers, Melton, Stafford,
Stanley, Vernon and related families.

STAFFORD - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames            UMI FICHE G-2734
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include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

STAFFORD - English ancestry of the Leonard Family: this chart is published        FHL FILM 0994097-Misc.
as a matter of interest in connection with the "Annals of the Leonard family"     Item 11
and is the result of conscientious, careful and painstaking research. Ances-
tors of James and Henry Leonard, borthers and sons of Thomas Leonard
of Pontipool, Wales. James and Henry immigrated in 1652 to Taunton, Mass-
achusetts. The ancestry (including nobility) is in the lines of Dacre, Fienes,
Neville, Stafford and the Houses of Gloucester and Lancaster, in addition
to that of the Leonard (Lennard) family, and goes back to about 1066 A.D.
Most of this ancestry lived in England and some lived in Wales. Allied:
Dacre, Fienes, Lennard, Leonard, Neville, Stafford.

STAFFORD- Northern Kentuck family archives; Surnames: Bartlow,                    FHL FILM 1697363-Misc.
Biggs, Brennan, Dicken, Diggs, Herndon, Johnson, Mahaffey, Neville,               Item 5
Plantagenet, Revel, Rusk, Scarborough, Stafford, St. Ledger, Tarvin.

STAGE - Thomas Baker (1833-1918) was the son of John Baker (1793-                 FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
1885) and Mary Bater (1800-1855) of Roborough near Barnstable, Devon,             Item 23
England. He married Jemima Kelley (1842-1916) in 1863 at Ganenoque,
Canada. Thomas emigrated with his father John Baker after Mary Baker
died in 1855. The family located later to Flint Twp., Genessee County, MI.
Several generations of ancestors in England and descendants in USA are
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given. Descendants live in Florida, Michigan and elsewhere. Allied:
Roberts, Kelley, Bater, Stage, Butter, Stewart and other related families.

STAHL - The family history of Frank L. Frable Sr. and his ancestors &           FHL FILM 1036663-Misc.
children. Isaac Frovel and his family immigrated (via Rotterdam) to Philadel-   Item 1
phia about 1750. Descendants changed the surname to Frable, and lived in
Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas & elsewhere.Allied:
Durham, Frable, Frovel, Hill, McKowen, Pierce, Stahl, Van Wye & related
families.

STAHLBERG - The Stahlberg family of Finland.                                    FHL FILM 1440272-Finland
                                                                                Item 1

STALCOP - Smidt, Smitt, Smith, Smyth family of New Castle County, Dela-         FHL FICHE 6100099
ware & Washington County, Virginia. Hans George Smitt or Smidt was born
ca.1692 probably in Falun, Kopparberg County, Sweden. He was likely the
son of Petter Smitt of Falun, Sweden. Hans married Maria Stalcop 3 March
1720 in Sweden & they immigrated to the United States sometime prior to
Oct. 1720; Hans & Maria lived in New Castle County, Delaware and were
parents of six children; Hans died December 1753; Descendants lived in
Delaware, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied: Howell, MacDonnel, Petterson,
Smidt, Smith, Smitt, Smyth, Stalcop, Worsham and related families.

STALEY - Charles Boothe [c.1774-1821], pioneer settler in now Wayne             FHL FICHE 6010862
County, West Virginia married Elizabeth Ferguson in 1798. Charles Boothe
was born in either England or Pennsylvania before 1775. Allied: Booth,
Boothe, Ferguson, Perdue, Staley, Toney, Wilson.

STALLARD - Desccendants of Walter Stallard, d. 1683/4; immigrated from          FHL FILM 1033796-GEN.
England to Rappahannock County, VA. Abt. 1672; Descendants throughout           Item 3
U.S.; Allied: Addington, Banner, Culbertson, Greear, Moore, Roberts,
Stallard, Wolfe.

STALLINGS - The Descendants of Bradley Gambill who died in 1806,                FHL FICHE 6087261
probably an English emigrant, received a Royal land grant in 1772 in South
Carolina, & later moved to Davidson County, Tennessee. He died in Ruther-
ford County, Tennessee. Descendants lived in Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas,
and elsewhere. Allied: Darnell, Gambill, Gamble, Gregg, Muse, Philips,
Phillips, Reavis, Stallings and related families.

STAMBAUGH - History of the Aukers, Conley, Rice, Stambaugh & Witten             FHL FICHE 6046917
families of Johnson County, Kentucky. William Akers is believed to be of
Germanic origin. He married Polly Blackburn & served in the Revolutionary
The Rev. War 1775-1783; They resided in Clinch River Valley of Virginia.
Includes lists of some of the Union Civil War soldiers of Kentucky. Allied:
Akers, Aukers, Conley, Rice, Stambaugh, Witten and related families.

STAMPE - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and                FHL FICHE 6055208
history of the Harless (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from
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Alsace, Austria, Bavaria, England, Germany, Prussia, Russia, Sweden, Swit-
zerland and Wales. Focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Johan or
John Phillip Harless (1716-1772) of Germersheim, Germany, who married
Anna Margareta Preisch (Price), and immigrated to the Shenandoah Valley
of Virginia ca. 1738. Hayerlas (Harless) families lived in Holanbrunn, Wiesen-
muhle and Wunseidel areas as early as the 15th century. Some settled in
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia in the
1600-1700's. During the 1800's some moved to Alabama, Arkansas, California,
Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mich-
igan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York,
North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Later descendants & relatives
also lived in Korea and in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Montana, New
Mexico, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Some had
Cherokee and other American Indian Bloodlines. Some had African Amer-
ican Bloodlines. Allied: Bailey, Ball, Barker, Brooks, Charles, Copley, Crin-
er, Drawdy, Drody, Droddy, Eplin, Epling, Evans, Foust, Gann, Haarlass,
Hairlas, Halless, Harelas, Harlas, Harless, Harlep, Harlice, Harlis, Harliss,
Harlles, Harloss, Harlues, Harlus, Harrlis, Hayerlas, Hearles, Hearls, Heir-
less, Herlas, Herles, Herlos, Hesless, Hoffman, Hollis, Horles, Horlos, Hurias,
Hurles, Hurless, Hurleys, Kaywood, Killian, Lore, McCasland, Moon, Peden,
Preisch, Preiss, Preisz, Price, Prichard, Pritchard, Ridenour, Sayler, Seyler,
Siler, Sylar, Syler, Stampe, Tillman, Tilman, Underwood and related families.

STAMPER - The Parke Society: clearing-house for research on all                   FHL FICHE 6047329
Park(e)s immigrants from the British Isles. Newsletter of the Parke Society
for the interchange of genealogical data & history of the Park (and variant
spellings) families who came mainly from England, Ireland & Scotland. Some
allied families came from France & Sweden. Ancestors immigrated to Conn-
ecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Virginia in the 1600's.
 In the 1700's some settled in Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
During the 1900's some moved to Ontario (Canada) & to Arkansas. Califor-
nia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississ-
ippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont & Wisconsin.
Some primary family lines are of (but not limited to) Robert who immigrated
in 1635; Roger who lived in New Jersey in 1682; Thomas (1676-1761) who
lived in Essex County, Virginia in 1676; and James (1724-1769) of Virginia.
Later descendants also lived in New Brunswick, Canada, & in Florida, Ida-
ho, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, Wash-
ington D.C. & elsewhere. Allied: Gourley, Gray, Johnson, Keefer, Parcque,
Park, Parke, Parkes, Parks, Riggle, Sale, Shackleton, Stamper & other re-
lated families.

STANBURY - Wills Family records, 1660-1719, from Quaker Monthly                   FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
meeting records; Daniel Wills (1633-1698), a Quaker, immigrated from Eng-         Item 39
land to Burlington County, New Jersey and married Hope Dellefosse in
1682. Descendants and relatives lived in New Jersey, Pennsylvania & else-.
where. In: Miscellaneous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1,
leaves 371-383. Allied: Ewer, Stanbury, Wills and related families.
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STANDAND - Pocahontas (alias Matoaka) & her descendants thru                      UMI FICHE G-2433
her marriage at Jamestown, Virginia in April 1614 to John Rolfe, Gentleman;
with biographical sketches; Allied: Alfriend, Archer, Bentley, Bernard,
Bland, Bolling, Branch, Cabale, Catlett, Cary, Dandridge, Dixon, Douglas,
Duval, Eldridge, Ellett, Fergusan, Field, Fleming, Gay, Gordon, Griffin,
Grayson, Harrison, Hubard, Lewis, Logan, Markham, Meade, McRay,
Murray, Page, Poythress, Randolph, Robertson, Skipwith, Standand,
Tazewell, Walke, West, Whittle and others.

STANDISH - Naomi Keith (b.1754) was the daughter of Daniel Keith and              FHL FICHE 6018000
Elizabeth Conant. She married Miles Standish in 1774. Their daughter,
Sarah married Nathan Bassett in 1793. Both of them were in line of descent
from Francis Cooke (1583-1663) of the Mayflower. Descendants lived chiefly
in New England. Allied: Bassett, Cooke, Keith, Mitchell, Standish, Washburn.

STANDISH - Massachusetts Society of Mayflower descendants: The                    FHL FICHE 6331448
Bowman Files. Descendants of families who arrived on the Mayflower have
been identified and their genealogies are included in the Bowman File.
Mayflower families of: Alden, Allerton, Billingford, Bradford, Brewster,
Brown, Chilton, Cooke, Doty, Eaton, Fuller, Hopkins, Howland, More,
Priest, Rogers, Samson, Soule, Standish, Warren, White, Winslow.

STANDRIDGE - The genealogy and history of the ancestors of Vera Leona             FHL FILM 1036825-Misc.
"Lee" Dean, b. 19 Dec. 1926 at Boothe Hill (Wagoner) OK; Allied: Atchley,         Item 5
Atkinson, Brooks, Byrd, Carter, Castleberry, Chaffin, Cook, Collins, Criner,
Curtis, Davis, Dean, Dickey, Duck, Duncan, Hamilton, Hill, Hollis, Hood,
Jones, Lively, McAnulty, McCutcheon, Martin, Powers, Ross, Rush, Shearrer,
Standridge, Sullivan, Talley, Thompson, Ward, Wilson, Yates.

STANFIELD - At the foot of the lake; of Pattillo-Patillo family & allied lines.   FHL FICHE 6088437
The Pattillos are of Scotish origin, an early emigrant being James Pittillo,
known to have been in Prince George County or Dinwiddie County,
Virginia, in 1760; James b. ca.1690, married Mary Littleton; their issue is the
subject of this compilation. Allied: Baynes, Boswell, Harrison, Miles, Nicks,
Patillo, Pattillo, Pattullo, Pittillo, Stanfield and related families.

STANFIELD - Stanfield Family notes, 1673-1789; Francis Stanfield & his            FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
family immigrated in 1683 from England to marple Township, Chester (later         Item 35
Delaware) County, Pennsylvania. They were Quakers & had been mem-
bers of the Marbill (Cheshire) Monthly Meeting before they immigrated
where their daughter Grace was born in 1673. In: Miscellaneous genealog-
ical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1, leaves 351-352.

STANHOPE - Stanhope Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                      FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                  Item 2, Vol. 3, p218, 245

STANLEY - Erdeswick pedigree:copied from an old vellum roll in the                FHL FICHE 6024448
possession of Colonel Butlerl-Bowdon of Peasington. Ancestry of the
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Erdeswick family from about 1066 A.D. to Sampson de Erdeswick (about
fifteen generations) "from whom descended Mary Erdeswick, the last of
the family, who married 30 November 1775. Henry Bowdon of Beighton-
fields and Southgate (born 1754-1833). She died at Southgate 6 April 1791,
leaving issue John Bruno Bowdon, who by Mary Martha his wife, daughter
of Edward Ferrers, esq. of Baddesley Clinton, had, with other children, a
son John Butler Bowdon of Pleasington Hall and Southgate. Allied:
Bowdon, Erdeswick, Erdeswike, Erdeswyke, Ferrers, Melton, Stafford,
Stanley, Vernon and related families.

STANLEY - Stanley Genealogy, Clark Genealogy, p68.                                FHL FICHE 6101271

STANLEY - Index to the ancestry and descendants of Aaron & Amy                    FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
(Cobbs) Coppock by Alvin L. Anderson. Allied: Coate, Cobbs, Coppock,              Item 61
Negus, O'Neal, Stanley, Terrell and related families.

STANLEY - The English Ancestry of Peter Bulkeley, Grace Chetwood                  FHL FILM 1441078-Misc.
& Sarah Chauncy: a compilation of ancestral tables. Peter Bulkeley married        Item 3
Grace Chetwood as his second wife and with three sons by his previous
marriage, immigrated in 1635 from England to Boston, Massachusetts. In 1638
Charles Chauncy & his family immigrated from England to Plymouth, & he
later became the second president of Harvard College. In 1659 the Bulkeley
and Chauncy families became allied when Peter's son Gershom Bulkeley
married Sarah Chauncy, daughter of Charles. The Bulkeley, Chetwood and
Chauncy ancestral families were all ancient English families descended from
Magna Charta barons and ruling houses of medieval Europe. The present
compilation lists the related ancestry in alphabetical order by surname, with
interlocking tables designed to show the connection between over 770 families
in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, as well as the connections to contin-
ental European families. Includes index, listing (1) family surname, (2) family
landholding (family's principal lands, or the place where the family resided),
and (3) atlas key for locating these lands on maps provided at the end. Allied:
Arden, Arderne, Bulkeley, Chauncy, Chetwood, Corbet, Ferrers, Gifford,
Massey, Ros, Stanley, Trussell and related families.

STANNARD - Robert Lay of Saybrook, Connecticut; an unfinished                     FHL FILM 1598497-Misc.
genealogy of his descendants; Robert Lay was born in England ca.1617. He          Item 5
came with two brothers John and Edward to America ca. 1635. He settled in
Connecticut where he married Sarah FennerTully, a widow with two child-
ren. They had two additional children. Descendants now live in Connecticut,
Illinois, New York and elsewhere. Allied: Bushnell, Denison, Keisey, Lay,
Post, Pratt, Stannard, Wright and related families.

STANTON - A Stanton - Horndell Line: Robert Stanton, John Stanton,                FHL FICHE 6018630
John Horndell. Robert Stanton was admitted as an inhabitant of Aquidnec
(Portsmouth) Rhode Island in 1638. Allied: Horndell, Stanton.

STANTON - Genealogy of some of the ancestors and descendants of                   FHL FICHE 6018631
Jesse F. Stanton, born 1808 in Ohio and died 1873 in Indiana.
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STANTON - Story of the MacLeods, Smiths, Moores, Strawsons, Thews                FHL FICHE 6019025
& Stantons in Scotland, England, Canada & the United States. Joseph Britton
Strawson (1828-1893) immigrated from England to land near Caledonia, Ohio
in 1850, later married Mary Stanton in 1761 at Dyersville, Iowa and settled
in Rockville, Illinois. Descendants lived in Illinois, Ohio, Colorado, New
York & elsewhere. Allied: MacLeod, Moore, Ross, Smith, Stanton, Strawson,
Thew and related families.

STANTON - The Fosher Girls; (Fascher) daughters of Daniel Fosher and             FHL FICHE 6019829
Marillis (Eckel) Fosher, 1785-1970; Daniel Fosher (1762-1849) married
Marillis Eckel (1764-1832), who was the daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth
Miller Eckel/Eagle/Akle/Agle of Virginia. They had at least five daughters.
Daniel died in Union County, Indiana while Marillis died in Virginia. Des-
cendants and relatives lived also in North Carolina, Kentucky & elsewhere.
Allied: Drook, Druch, Druck, Fascher, Fosher, Hale, Hicks, Pagan, Pagin,
Stanton and related families.

STANTON - Joshua White Family History, 1620-1979, 350 years. William             FHL FICHE 6019888
White (d.1620/21), son of John White of England, married Susanne Fuller
in 1612 at Leyden, Holland and immigrated in 1620 on the Mayflower to
Plymouth, Massachusetts. One of their sons was the first Pilgrim to be born
in America and William died during the first year. Descendants lived in New
England, New York, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Florida and elsewhere. Allied:
Brown, Deats, Holgate, Johnson, Miller, Stanton, White and related families.

STANTON - Some accounts of the family of Holbrow, anciently of Kings-            FHL FICHE 6035731
cote, Uley & Leonard Stanley in Gloucestershire, England. Contents: Intro-
duction - Confirmation of arms - The Medieval Holbrows - Hawkesbury
Manor Roll extracts - Abstracts of early wills - The descendants of William
Holbrow of Kingscote - The family of Keble - The family of Maule - The
family of Stanton - The family of Swire.

STANTON - Brown, Stanton, Evans, Sherman, Coutanche Families and                 FHL FICHE 6088332
Collateral lines 1420-1987. Sheperd S. Brown has traced his family roots
back into England on a number of lines. This book is the method he choses
to publish the results of his research. He traces many lines back to the
colonial period. Allied: Brown, Coutanche, Evans, Miller, Sherman, Stanton.

STANTON - The ancestors of Courtlandt Palmer Dixon & his wife Hannah,            FHL FILM 0872800-Misc.
Elizabeth Williams of Stonington, Connecticut: containing also a list of their   Item 1
descendants. Genealogy 1600-1900. Allied: Denison, Dixon, Gallup, Palmer,
Stanton, Wheeler, Williams and related families.

STANTON - A record of the descendants of Capt. George Denison of                 FHL FILM 0928604-Misc.
Stoneington, Connecticut: with notices of his father and brothers, and some      Item 1
account of other Denisons who settle in America in the colony time. George
Denison (ca.1586-1653) and his family immigrated in 1631 from England to
Roxbury, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives lived in New England,
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New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and elsewhere. Allied:
Avery, Chesebro, Denison, Minor, Noyes, Palmer, Stanton & related families.

STANTON - Gardiner-Gardner Genealogy including the English An-.                  FHL FILM 1035809-Misc.
cestry of George Gardiner, immigrant ancestor of Newport, Rhode Island           Item 10
& many of his descendants, especially his grandson, Stephen Gardiner of
Gardner Lake, Connectiuct. George Gardiner (1599-1677) immigrated from
England to Massachusetts in 1637, and moved to Portsmouth, Rhode Island
in 1638. He had three wives. Descendants lived chiefly in Rhode Island,
Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Allied: Avery, Gardiner, Gardner, Lee,
Leighton, Lester, Stanton and related families.

STANTON - A brief genealogical history of Robert Starkweather of                 FHL FILM 1036838-Misc.
Roxbury and Ipswich, Massachusetts: who was the original American ances-         Item 4
tor of all those bearing the name of Starkweather, and of his son, John Stark-
weather, of Ipswich, Massachusetts and Preston, Connecticut and of his des-
cendants in various lines, 1640-1898. Robert Startweather was born in Wales
or Scotland or the Isle of Man, and immigrated during or before 1640 to Rox-
bury, Massachusetts. He married Jennet Roberts and moved to Ipswich, Mass-
achusetts where he died. They are the parents of four known children. Des-
cendants lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and elsewhere. Allied:
Avery, Carpenter, Clark, Freeman, Leonard, Stanton, Starkweather & related
families.

STANTON - John Hugg Sr. of old Gloucester County, New Jersey &               FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Elias Hugg of Philadelphia, 1623-1715; John Hugg Sr. (fl.1669-1685) immi-    Item 25
grated from Ireland to Newton Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey. He
was a member of the West Jersey Assembly in 1685. Elias Hugg (fl.1707-1715),
a Quaker, lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Various complaints against
Elias were raised in the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting with regard to the
estate of Abigail Stanton, of which he was executor. In: Miscellaneous gen-
ealogical records/Milton Rubicam, Vol. 1, leaves 316-316. Allied: Hugg and
Stanton.

STANTON - Williams Genealogy: Ancestors and descendants of Luke                  FHL FILM 1321408
Stanton Williams and his wife Olive Miller Williams. John Williams married       Item 3
Jane Latham Hubbard in Groton, Connecticut in 1636. Descendant Luke
Stanton Williams was born 5 June 1832 in Brooklyn, Pennsylvania to Nelson
Alonzo and Maria Tewksbury Williams. He married Olive Miller (1828-1904)
on 17 March 1858 at Old Forge, Pennsylvania. He died 11 November 1893
and Olive on 3 August 1904. Both are buried in the Corry Cemetery in
Corry, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived mainly in Pennsylvania, Ohio,
New York and California. Allied: Avery, Billings, Bracken, Cheseborough,
Denison, Donaldson, Fowle, Latham, Miller, Perkins, Reed, Sanford, Sargent,
Stanton, Stone, Tewksbury, Williams and related families.

STANTON - The Parke Scrapbook; Robert Parke immigrated to America                FHL FILM 1697555-Misc.
with the Winthrop Fleet which settled in Roxburg, Massachusetts ca. 1630.        Item 1-3
He moved to Wethersfield, Connecticut after giving his home to his son,
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William Parke. Robert Parke was very active in town and church affairs.
His first wife was Martha Chaplin. Two children were born of this marriage.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York and elsewhere.
Includes Parke ancestry and genealogical data in England to 1400 A.D.
Facsim. Of the "Records of the Separate Church (Preston, Connecticut)
by Rev. Paul Park, from 1747-1800". Allied: Avery, Burrows, Denison,
Gallup, Geer, Hewitt, Holmes, Morgan, Palmer, Park, Parkes, Parks, Smith,
Stanton, Swan, Wheeler, Williams, Witter and related families.

STAPLES - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.             FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p637.                                                                  Item 1

STAPLES - A genealogy of the first five generations in America of the           FHL FILM 1016918-Misc.
Lang family: descendants of Robert Lang, fisherman, of the Isles of Shoals      Item 3
and of Sagamore Creek, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; born before 1650,
married 1668, Ann Williams: with some notices of allied Sagamore Creek &
Portsmouth families. Robert Lang (d.1716) married Ann Williams in 1668 &
lived in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Descendants & relatives lived in New
England, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Idaho and elsewhere. Allied: Beck, Brooking,
Jeffry, Jones, Lang, Moses, Peverly, Savage, Sherburne, Staples, Walford,
Wallis, Williams and related families.

STAPLES - Micah Whitney, Revolutionary soldier, and his twelve children         FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
settled early in Phillips, Maine: Jacob and Joseph Whitney came to Phillips,    Item 5
1792. Salmon Whitney appeared in letter E Plantation, 1810. John Whitney
(b.1589), of Flemish lineage, immigrated from England to Watertown, Massa-
chusetts in 1635, and married twice. Micah Whitney (1752-1832), direct des-
cendant in the fifth generation, married Hannah Cobb in 1779, served in the
Revolutionary War, and lived in York Gorham, Gray and Phillips, Maine.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Minnesota and
elsewhere. Allied: Byron, Harden, McKenzie, Staples, Stinchfield, Sweetser
and related families.

STAPLETON - The Ancestors & Descendants of William Clopton of                   FHL FICHE 6050108
York County, Virginia; with record of some of his descendants to which are      & UMI FICHE G-54
added royal lines, Magna Carta sureties, charters, wills, deeds, etc. William
Clopton (b.1655) son of William Clopton & Elizabeth Sutcliffe, immigrated
from England to York County, Virginia, and married Ann Booth about 1677/
1678. Descendants & relatives lived in Virginia, Mississippi, Tennessee,
Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma & elsewhere. Includes much genealogy &
family history about ancestry in England. Allied: Acworth, Basset, Belhous,
Calthorpe, Cave, Chastelyn, D'Arcy, Despencer, Drew, Drury, Echyngham,
Foote, Howard, Jenny, Joyle, Kearney, Knevet, Lunesford, Maydstone,
Mills, Perrin, Playters, Stapleton, Sutcliffe, Waldegrave, Wentworth and
related families.

STAPP - James Bluford Coffey, his ancestors & descendants in America;           FHL FICHE 6017833
Edward Coffey )d.1716) married Ann Powell about 1700 & lived in Essex
County, Virginia. James Bluford Coffey (1837-1924), a direct descendant
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moved from Illinois to Coos County, Oregon in 1853, married twice & after
several moves, settled in Umatilla County, Oregon. Descendants lived in
Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Missouri & elsewhere.
Allied: Cleveland, Coffey, Dabney, Harbord, Lane, Livermore, Overturf,
Stapp, Wade, Wakefield and related families.

STARBUCK - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames             UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

STARBUCK - Foy-Swindell; Ancestors of Charles William Foy & his wife,             FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Mary Swindell. Charles William Foy was born in 1871 in San Bernadino,             Item 5
California the son of John Moran Foy and Louisa Macy. He married Mary
Frances Swindell at San Bernadino in 1901. Their son, Charles William Foy,
was born in 1918 at Berkeley, California. Mary Frances Swindell was born in
1878 at Fort Wayne, Indiana, the daughter of Edwin Wallace Swindell (1866-
1925) & Alice Brown. Allied: Barnard, Brayton, Calvert, Carr, Coffin, Cox,
Dawson, Fahy, Fish, Folger, Foy, Hussey, Kittle, lawton, McQuaid, Macy,
Polk, Slocum, Starbuck, Swindell, Thurston, Tyler and related families.

STARBUCK - Olmsted-Foy; Ancestors of Remington Olmsted & his wife                 FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Florence Foy. Remington Olmstead was born in 1882 at Le Roy, New York,            Item 5
the son of John Bartow Olmstead and Clara Amada Morgan. He married
Florence Foy in Pasadena, California, in 1910. They had three children,
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1912-1918. Florence Foy was born in 1885 at Los Angeles, California, the
daughter of Samuel Calvert Foy (1830-1901) & Lucinda Macy. Allied: Allen,
Barnard, Bliss, Calvert, Clark, Coffin, Cox, Dawson, Dudley, Folger, Foy,
Hatch, Hickox, Hussey, Ives, Kilham, McQuaid, Macy, Meacham, Morgan,
Munger, Newcomb, Olmstead, Olmsted, Polk, Porter, Remington, Seymour,
Sorrell, Starbuck, Stebbins, Steele, Tyler and related families.

STARBUCK - Herron-Taylor; Ancestors of Robert Foy Herron & his wife              FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Helen Mar Taylor. Robert Foy Herron was born at San Bernadino, Calif-            Item 5
ornia, in 1890, the son of Robert Byron Herron and Lucinda Foy. He marr-
ied Hellen Mar Taylor in Los Angeles in 1916. Their son Robert Fremont
Herron was born in 1918. Helen Mar Taylor was born in Sturgis, North
Dakota in 1893, the daughter of Alexander Taylor (b.1856) & Cyrene Far-
well. Allied: Adamson, Arnold, Barnard, Calvert, Cheyney, Cox, Davis,
Dawson, Farwell, Folger, Foy, Hall, Herron, Kessler, King, McQuaid, Macy,
Mendenhall, More, Mores, Polk, Russell, Scott, Starbuck, Taylor, Temple,
Washburn, Withrow, Zinc and related families.

STARBUCK - Macy-Polk. Ancestors of Dr. Obed Macy & his wife Lucinda              FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Polk. Dr. Obed Macy ws born in 1801 at New Garden, North Carolina, the           Item 5
son of William Macy and Mary Barnard. He married Lucinda Polk in 1824
in Indiana. They had thirteen children. He died in 1857 in Los Angeles,
California. Lucinda Polk ws born in 1808 in Knox County, Indiana, the dau-
ghter of Charles Polk (1785-1845) and Margaret McQuaid. She died in 1872
in Los Angeles, California. Allied: Austin, Barnard, Bunker, Coffin, DuVal,
Folger, Gardner, Gayer, Hussey, Langley, McCadden, McQuaid, Macy,
Polk, Tyler, Starbuck and related families.

STARK - James Stark of Stafford County, Virginia and his Descendants.            FHL FICHE 6088110
James Stark (ca.1695-1754) married Elizabeth Thornton, and immigrated            FHL FICHE 6088111
from Scotland to Stafford County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived      FHL FICHE 6088112
in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Tenn-
essee, Texas and elsewhere. Allied: Cannon, Duncan, Hall, Harding, Hill,
Homes, Mason, Scott, Stark, Turner, Wells and related families.

STARK - Pastorius family of Germantown, Pennsylvania and it's inter-             FHL FILM 0526997-Misc.
marriages: Genealogy of the Pastorius and related families 1576-1925. In-        Item 2
cludes notes on the allied families of: Antes, Levering, Lincoln, Lucken,
Pastorius, Shoemaker, Stark, Tyson, Wilson, Wolf, Wunder and related
families.

STARK - Genealogy of the McKinstry Family: with a preliminary essay              FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
on the Scotch-Irish immigrations to America. John McKinstry (1677-1754),         Item 2
of Scotish lineage, was a son of Robert McKinstry and Mary Wilson. John
immigrated in 1718 from Ireland to Boston, Massachusetts. He moved to
East Windsor, Connecticut in 1728 and married Elizabeth Fairchild. Descen-
dants and relatives lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Ohio,
Illinois and elsewhere. Includes ancestry and genealogical data in Ireland
and Scotland. Allied: Chapin, Ellsworth, Hazen, McKinstry, Sparhawk,
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Stark, Willis and related families.

STARK - Family History; William Hendrickson was born in Pennsyl-                FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
vania in 1780, the son of William Hendrickson. He migrated to Jefferson         Item 7
County, Kentucky, with his parents. He married Virginia Jane Kemp, dau-
ghter of Reuben Kemp, a Revolutionary War soldier, at Elizabethtown,
Hardin County, Kentucky in 1807. They migrated to Patoka (now Cass Twp.)
Dubois County, Indiana ca. 1808, settling near the town of New Holland.
"All the Hendricksons have left this community and the largest number of
descendants of this group now reside in Warwick County, Indiana, but
many have migrated to the middle and western states. It is this Hendrickson
family in which the writer is primarily interested. William & Virginia Jane
Kemp Hendrickson died about 1858/59 and were buried in the Hendrickson
burial ground, which is about thirteen miles southeast of Holland, Indiana,
on the Vincent Hendrickson farm. Descendants lived in Indiana, Missouri
Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Austill, Barnes,
Bergrude, Bilderback, Blair, Bodell, Braun, Chreste, Crawford, Crow, Dav-
is, Drury, Duke, Elliot, Fredenberg, Gaines, Gorman, Gossman, Hampton,
Hayden, Heath, Hendrickson, Hesson, Houghtaling, Hunt, Johnson, Kemp,
Latlow, Lewellyn, McGowan, Marquette, Marvis, Meyers, Miller, Naylor,
Nelson, Poellein, Purdy, Rothgeber, Sims, Stark, Tracey, Walker, Weis-
heimer, Williams, Wittenbraker, Yeager, Young and related families.

STARKEY- Goodenough's Ghosts; Genealogical & family data about                  FHL FICHE 6055268
Goodenough families; Allied: Bannister, Blann, Cassels, Diesz, Goodenough,
Goodenowe, Goodnoe, Goodnough, Goodynow, Starkey, Tatman, Tillson,
Truax, Vredenberg.

STARKWEATHER - Starkweather Genealogy, Clark Genealogy p69.                     FHL FICHE 6101271

STARKWEATHER - A brief genealogical history of Robert Starkweather              FHL FILM 1036838-Misc.
of Roxbury and Ipswich, Massachusetts: who was the original American            Item 4
ancestor of all those bearing the name of Starkweather, and of his son, John
Starkweather, of Ipswich, Massachusetts and Preston, Connecticut and of his
descendants in various lines, 1640-1898. Robert Startweather was born in
Wales or Scotland or the Isle of Man, and immigrated during or before 1640 to
to Roxbury, Massachusetts. He married Jennet Roberts and moved to Ipswich,
Massachusetts where he died. They are the parents of four known children.
Descendants lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and elsewhere.
Allied: Avery, Carpenter, Clark, Freeman, Leonard, Stanton, Starkweather
and related families.

STAUFFER - Johan Jacob Stutzman and two sons, Jacob and Christian               FHL FICHE 6017923
immigrated from Switzerland to Philadelphis in 1727, settling in Berks
County, Pennsylvania ; Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Kansas. Allied: Bontrager, Borntragaer,
Borntreger, Miller, Mullet, Stauffer, Troyer, Yoder.

STAUFFER - Mylin Ancestry and descendants of Abraham and Elizabeth              FHL FICHE 6100428
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Myer Mylin. Abraham B. Mylin (1814-1871) was born in Pennsylvania. He
married Elizabeth Meyer in 1841. Descendants who were mostly Menno-
nites lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Includes ancestors to the 1600's. Allied:
Harnish, Herr, Myer, Mylin, Shank, Shenk, Stauffer, Witmer and related
families.

STAUFFER - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled ca.1719                 UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

STAUFFER- Greider/Grider Tombstones. Greider and Grider surnames                 FHL FILM 0020372-Misc.
were extracted from a "neglected grave-yard on the north side of Marietta        Item 31
Pike between Silver Springs and Marietta, Pennsylvania. In this same
grave-yard sometimes referred to as "Mussers" we also find Schneider,
Musser and Stauffer names. This cemetery is located in West Hempfield,
Twp. Greider surnames are taken from a "burial plot near Rowenna, Penn-
sylvania (Shock's Mills) on the north side of the new River Road between
Marietta and Bainbridge, Pennsylvania. This cemetery is probably also in
West Hempfield Twp. Greider names were taken from a "graveyard on the
Johns farm located in East Lampeter Twp., near Bard's Crossing." Kreider
names were taken from "an old Hess graveyard on the former Thomas'
farm in Conestoga Twp. Surnames found: Grider, Greider, Kreider, Musser,
Schneider, Stauffer.

STAWELL - Stawell Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                       FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                 Item 4, Vol. 5, p465

STEARNS - Genealogy & Memoirs of Isaac Stearns & his descendants.                FHL FILM 1035622-Misc.
Isaac Stearns (d.1671) & his family immigrated from England to Cambridge,        Item 6-7
Massachusetts. Charles Stearns (d.1895) immigrated from England to Water-
town, Massachusetts and married twice. Nathaniel Stearns immigrated from
England to Dedham, Massachusetts, married twice & died after 1690. Des-
cendants if the three immigrants lived throughout the United States. Allied:
Fiske, Hastings, Lawrence, Parker, Richardson, Sanderson, Stearns, Well-
ington, Wheeler, Whitney and related families.

STEARNS - Our family - Stearns & Wilmsen; Genealogical outline of                FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
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descendants of Alonzo Brigham Stearns (b.1824) and Antoinette Marie              Item 24
Calkins (b.1831) and of Bartholomew Wilmesen (b.1822). Information on
some of their ancestors is included along with stories of more modern des-
cendants. Allied: Birdsall, Calkins, Engle, Stearns, Wilmsen and related
families.

STEBBINS - Stebbins Genealogy, Clarke Genealogy, p70.                            FHL FICHE 6101271

STEBBINS - Olmsted-Foy; Ancestors of Remington Olmsted & his wife                FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Florence Foy. Remington Olmstead was born in 1882 at Le Roy, New York,           Item 5
the son of John Bartow Olmstead and Clara Amada Morgan. He married
Florence Foy in Pasadena, California, in 1910. They had three children,
1912-1918. Florence Foy was born in 1885 at Los Angeles, California, the
daughter of Samuel Calvert Foy (1830-1901) & Lucinda Macy. Allied: Allen,
Barnard, Bliss, Calvert, Clark, Coffin, Cox, Dawson, Dudley, Folger, Foy,
Hatch, Hickox, Hussey, Ives, Kilham, McQuaid, Macy, Meacham, Morgan,
Munger, Newcomb, Olmstead, Olmsted, Polk, Porter, Remington, Seymour,
Sorrell, Starbuck, Stebbins, Steele, Tyler and related families.

STECH - The Rhinehart/Rinehart and Ervin/Irwin families of Indiana.              FHL FICHE 6125051
Frederick Rhinehart (ca.1788-ca.1860) married Catherine Burl and lived in
Pennsylvania (probably Berks County). Descendants lived in Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Indiana, Washington, California & elsewhere. Allied: Crouse, Dunlap,
Erwin, Hasty, Irwin, Rhinehart, Rinehart, Rohrig, Stech, Vance and related
families.

STECKEL - Steckel and sometimes Steigeler family of Northampton &                FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Leigh Counties, Pennsylvania. Christian Steckel married Maria Bear & in          Item 35
1720 they immigrated from Germany to land in what is now Lehigh County,
Pennsylvania. Descendants listed through 1903 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania.
Allied: Streckel, Steigeler.

STEELE - McCarty Cousins: Vol. 1 No. 1-2 (1985). A genealogical research         FHL FICHE 6047274
aid and clearing house (sic) for Mcarty, McCarthy, McCartie, McCartney,
McCarty & other spellings & connecting links including the allied families
of: Davis, Dawson, Green, Lee, Lusk, Mcarty, McCarthy, McCartie, Mc-
Cartney, McCarty, McConathy, McMurtry, Steele and Willingham.

STEELE - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
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Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

STEELE - Olmsted-Foy; Ancestors of Remington Olmsted & his wife                FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Florence Foy. Remington Olmstead was born in 1882 at Le Roy, New York,         Item 5
the son of John Bartow Olmstead and Clara Amada Morgan. He married
Florence Foy in Pasadena, California, in 1910. They had three children,
1912-1918. Florence Foy was born in 1885 at Los Angeles, California, the
daughter of Samuel Calvert Foy (1830-1901) & Lucinda Macy. Allied: Allen,
Barnard, Bliss, Calvert, Clark, Coffin, Cox, Dawson, Dudley, Folger, Foy,
Hatch, Hickox, Hussey, Ives, Kilham, McQuaid, Macy, Meacham, Morgan,
Munger, Newcomb, Olmstead, Olmsted, Polk, Porter, Remington, Seymour,
Sorrell, Starbuck, Stebbins, Steele, Tyler and related families.

STEELE - The descendants of John Porter of Windsor, Connecticut,               FHL FILM 0924424-GEN.
1635-1639. John Porter and his wife Rose had twelve children, 1620-1642,       Item 1
the first ten born in England. The family immigrated to America ca. 1639 and
settled at Windsor, Connecticut. He died in 1648 at Windsor. Descendants
lived in Connecticut, New York and elsewhere. Allied: Hopkins, Huntington,
Loomis, Mills, Porter, Steele, Stoddard, White, Williams & related families.

STEELE - Mary's family connections, genealogical notes, records and          FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
recollections of the families of Jean Baptiste Louis Chevalier de Poulboreau Item 8
(1731-1804), Antoine August Frontgous (1770-1800), James Anthony of Hemp-
stead, Long Island (1792-1856), Samuel Steele of Hackettstown, New Jersey
(1773-1828) & Capt. Joseph Henderson, pilot, of Brooklyn (1826-1890); with
collateral references to the Vialette, Duvivier, Van Robais, Roulleau, De
Saxer, Admurauld, Bosc, De Sabinet, Gondran, Baldwin, Carman, Weaver.
Diackery, Brown and Letts families. Compiled and set down by Mary Anthony
Anthony Lathrop and Charles Leonard Lathrop; Oliver Frontgous (1833-1873)
grandson of Antoine August Frontgous, immigrated to New York City and
owned a home and a cemetery deed in Hoboken, New Jersey. Ancestry
and descendants lived in France, Switzerland, New York and New Jersey.
Allied: Anthony, Bosc, Chevalie-Poulboreau, Chevalier De Poulboreau,
Gondraus, Henderson, Hinrichs, Lathrop, Steele and related families.

STEELE - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-         FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-          Item 6
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sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

STEEN - Jacksons in Kentucky, their ancestors and descendants John                 FHL FICHE 6088935
Jackson (ca.1715-1801) of Scottish lineage, immigrated from Ireland to Cecil
County, Maryland in 1748 & married Elizabeth Cummings in 1755; Descen-
dants lived in Maryland, Virgiia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois & elsewhere.
Includes individuals & families in Census, marriage, cemetery, etc. sources
in various counties in Kentucky, without tracing direct relationships. Allied:
Hicks, Jackson, Oliver, Shemfessel, Steen Vaughn, Winchester & related
families.

STEEN - The Genealogy of the Gifford Family from Massachusetts to                  FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Maine. William Gifford (d.1739?) evidently arrived in New England with his         Item 1
wife, Elizabeth Grant and three children about 1743. They had at least six
more children in America. William married secondly Mary Mills on 16 May
1683 at the Sandwich Friends Monthly Meeting. She died 10 February 1734.
She died intestate. She was the daughter of John and Sarah Mills of Black-
point, Massachusetts, (now Scarborough, Maine). Descendants lived in
Maine, Massachusetts, Iowa, Washington and elsewhere. Allied: Allen,
Atwood, Bates, Bowerman, Bowman, Case, Charneski, Clark, Davis, Dill-
ingham, Ellis, Emery, Fairbrother, Fish, Gifford, Gray, Hatch, Higgins, Hobbs,
Hoxie, Jenkins, Jones, Kirby, Mayo, Nye, Oulston, Perkins, Perry, Robin-
son, Rose, Shepherd, Steen, Stevens, Swift, Taber, Tobey, Tripp, Tupper,
Warren and related families.

STEEN - Burket/Burkett/Burkhardt family tales and trails, 1649-1990. Jorg          FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
or Gerog Burckhardt was born in Germany. He married Appolonia Meyer                Item 6-7
before 1649. They had one child of record. Their great-grandson Johannes
Burcket/Burckhardt (born 1708) and his wife Katrina Herbert, immigrated to
Pennsylvania in 1767, having been preceded in 1740 by their son, Johan
Dedrick Burcket. Many descendants remain in Pennsylvania; others reside
throughout the United States. Forty-five variant spellings of the surname are
given. Allied: Adams, Burket, Burkett, Burkhardt, Deeter, Steen and related
families.

STEERE - Steere Chart ca.1634-1884; Descendants of John Steere (1634-              FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
1727) of Providence, Rhode Island, married Hannah, daughter of Rev. Wm.            Item 2
Wickenden in 1660. They had nine children. In: Pedigree Chart Collection
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of the Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence. Vol. 2, St. Allied: Steere,
Wickenden.

STEFFY - Genealogical information regarding the families of Hornberger            FHL FICHE 6017462
and Yingling; Jacob Hornberger (b.ca.1699) and his wife, Maria Barbara
Hornberger, emigrated from Switzerland, probably settled first in Montgom-
ery County, Pennsylvania, and then settled in Northampton County, Penn-
sylvania. Their grandson, John Hornberger (1760-1812), a Revolutionary
War soldier, was born in Whitehall Twp., Pennsylvania, the son of Carl and
Barbara Hornberger. He and his wife, Christina Lenhart, had six children.
Descendants listed lived in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Christian Jungling
arrived in Philadelphia ca.1710 and settled in Slaford Twp., Philadelphia
County, Pennsylvania. Descendants listed chiefly spelled their name Yingling
and lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland and elsewhere. Allied: Eckert, Gerwig,
Hornberger, Lenhart, Rahn, Steffy, Yingling and related families.

STEGAL - Pedigree chart of the Peter, James, (Capt) Richard Payne Ran-         FHL FILM 1035668-Misc.
som family, 1620-1981; Capt. Richard Payne Ransom (1752-1828) was a Capt. Item 5
in the Revolutionary War. He married Kezziah Portis/Portice (1763-1841).
He was one of 11 children of James Ransom II and Ang (or Amy) Davis.
Their ancestors were Peter Ransom, b.1620 and his son James I. Other des-
cendants and relatives scattered to Virginia, Georgia, Florida. Allied: Davis,
Kerr, King, Ogilvie, Shannon, Stegal, Weigel and related families.

STEGEMANN - Strahl & Fanselow family records; ancestors & descen-                 FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
dants of Johann Chirtian Friedrich Strahl and Christina Maria Frederika           Item 10
Fanselow of Lapitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany who emigrated to
Illinois in 1871 settling in Clifton, Illinois. Allied: Bach, Fanselow, Meier,
Schatz, Stegemann, Strahl and related families.

STEGER - Correspondence between Walter Josiah Yingst & Schuyler C.                FHL FILM 0924629-Misc.
Brossman on the Yingst, Yeingst, Yiengst, Jungst, etc. family: 1736-1900's of     Item 7
Germany and Pennsylvania. These notes date of the 1730's to 1972. Allied:
Jungst, Steger, Steu, Stoy, Yeingst, Yiengst, Yingst & related families.

STEGGE- The Duke-Symes family. William Duke married Hannah                        FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Grendon prior to 1672 in Charles City County, Colony of Virginia. She was         Item 6
the widow of William Bird. Their descendant Fanny Duke, daughter of Bur-
wekk &Frances Duke, Sr., married Briggs Smith in Warren County, North
Carolina in 1796. Another of their daughters, Holly Duke, married Benjamin
L. Sims, brother of Briggs Sims, on 9 March 1805 also in Warren County.
Briggs Sims died in Bedford County, Tennessee in 1832. Sometime in 1832
Fanny (Duke) Sims removed with her family from Bedford County to Green
County, Missouri. Benjamin L. Sims died 9 March 1835. Holly Sims married
Rev. Harris G. Joplin on 23 January 1834 in Green County, Missouri. She
died ca.1842. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina,
Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Abernathy, Barker,
Bobbitt, Bullock, Byrd, Christmas, Davis, Dryden, Duke, Eppes, Green,
Grendon, Gwynne, Hansford, Hardyman, Hawkins, Isham, Johnson, Jones,
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Mangum, Morris, Parish, Person, Polk, Poythress, Randolph, Read, Robber-
son, Sims, Symes, Stegge, Taylor, Walker, Wayles, Whately, Williams and
related families.

STEIGELER - Steckel and sometimes Steigeler family of Northampton &              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Leigh Counties, Pennsylvania. Christian Steckel married Maria Bear & in          Item 35
1720 they immigrated from Germany to land in what is now Lehigh County,
Pennsylvania. Descendants listed through 1903 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania.
Allied: Streckel, Steigeler.

STEIGERWALT - High-Hock Family, 1542-1971, history of the Grabey,                FHL FILM 0824080-Misc.
Grebe, the Schumacher line and Steigerwalt family history. Allied: Grabey,       Item 5
Grebe, High-Hock, Hoch, Schumacher and Steigerwalt families.

STEIMEL - The Gills Pier Bohemians; Biographical information on the              FHL FILM 1598029-Genealogy
descendants of several Bohemian families who came to America in the mid-         Item 3
19th century and settled in Michigan. These families intermarried and many
descendants have remained in Michigan. They settled on the banks of Lake
Michigan near Gills Pier, Michigan. Allied: Egeler, Houdek, Kalchik, Kol-
arik, Korson, Schaub, Sedlacek, Steimel and related families.

STEINHOFF - Our Pfralz roots are true - a genealogy of Kochert & Nieb            FHL FILM 1035755-Misc.
families of the Rhineland-Palatinate. Fredrich Kochert (1825-1891) married       Item 11
Elisabeth Nieb, and immigrated about 1853/54 from the Palatinate of Ger-
many to Cincinnati, Ohio, later moving to Lewisville, Summit County, Ohio,
later moving to Marr, Monroe County, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio,
North Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, California
and elsewhere. Includes ancestors in Germany to about 1600. Allied: Clift,
Haas, Kochert, Myers, Nieb, Parks, Scharer, Steinhoff and related families.

STEINSECIPHER- The descendants of Johannes Steinseiffer; The                     FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
immigrant ancester, Johannes Steinseiffer, came to American in 1749. He          Item 8
landed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He brought with him his wife Eliza-
beth and seven of their eight children. The oldest, Johann Heinrich (b.1725)
came first to Philadelphia in 1753. He settled in Culpepper County, Virginia.
His first wife is believed to have been Mary Huffman, with whom he had
seven children. He married (2) Ellen Burck in 1782 and (3) Alcie Further-
more. Descendants live in Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Texas, New
York, Tennessee, Illinois and elsewhere. The name Steinseiffer came from
the name of a small village, Stien-seifersdorff or Stone Polishers Village, in
extreme East Germany. Family members migrated to West Germany and
settled in the small town of Eiserfeld. Includes index. Allied: Bennett,
Fincannon, Gipson, Ingle, Steinsecipher, Steinseifer, Steinseiffer, Stone-
cipher, Stonecypher and related families.

STEINSEIFER- The descendants of Johannes Steinseiffer; The immigrant             FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
ancestor, Johannes Steinseiffer, came to America in 1749. He landed in           Item 8
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He brought with him his wife Elizabeth and
seven of their eight children. The oldest, Johann Heinrich (b.1725) came to
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Philadelphia in 1753. He settled in Culpepper County, Virginia. His first
wife is believed to have been Mary Huffman, with whom he had seven
children. He married (2) Ellen Burck in 1782 and (3) Alcie Furthermore.
Descendants live in Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Texas, New York,
Tennessee, Illinois and elsewhere. The name Steinseiffer came from the
name of a small village, Stien-seifersdorff or Stone Polishers Village, in
extreme East Germany. Family members migrated to West Germany and
settled in the small town of Eiserfeld. Includes index. Allied: Bennett,
Fincannon, Gipson, Ingle, Steinsecipher, Steinseifer, Steinseiffer, Stone-
cipher, Stonecypher and related families.

STEINSEIFFER- The descendants of Johannes Steinseiffer; The immigrant          FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
ancestor, Johannes Steinseiffer, came to America in 1749. He landed in         Item 8
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He brought with him his wife Elizabeth and
seven of their eight children. The oldest, Johann Heinrich (b.1725) came to
Philadelphia in 1753. He settled in Culpepper County, Virginia. His first
wife is believed to have been Mary Huffman, with whom he had seven
children. He married (2) Ellen Burck in 1782 and (3) Alcie Furthermore.
Descendants live in Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Texas, New York,
Tennessee, Illinois and elsewhere. The name Steinseiffer came from the
name of a small village, Stien-seifersdorff or Stone Polishers Village, in
extreme East Germany. Family members migrated to West Germany and
settled in the small town of Eiserfeld. Includes index. Allied: Bennett,
Fincannon, Gipson, Ingle, Steinsecipher, Steinseifer, Steinseiffer, Stone-
cipher, Stonecypher and related families.

STEISS - Ludwig Foerster (1803 -1893) married Anna Maria Ziegler in            FHL FILM 1033558-Misc.
1828, they immigrated from Germany to Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada         Item 7
1836; After his wife's death he moved to St. Clements, Ontario. Descendants
lived chiefly in Ontario and some immigrated to the United States. Allied:
Appel, Foerster, Forester, Huehnergard, Meyer, Rank, Steiss.

STEPHENS - The Sams Family of Virginia. James Sams, Sr. (1686/1694-1726) FHL FICHE 6017042
married Kathryn Allyn Tolbut about 1715 & acquired land in Essex County,
Virginia 1721. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee,
Kentucky, Illinois and elsewhere. Includes other Sams immigrants to the
United States and some Sams ancestry in England. Allied: Kelly, Reeder,
Roberts, Sams, Stephens and related families.

STEPHENS - Stephens: Bible records, 1883-1939, and family genealog-            FHL FICHE 6018659
ical data, 1798-1933. Cecil Clarke Stephens (b.1883) was born in Elk County,
Kansas and married alice B. Suthard in 1903 in Stillewater, Oklahoma. Bible
records include descendants to 1939. Other genealogical data covers the
Stephens and Suthard anacestry to 1798, living in Kansas, Kentucky and
Virginia, with some ancestors living in Ontario and Nova Scotia. Allied:
Edmiston, McDermond, Richards, Stephens, Suthard, Troyer and related
families.

STEPHENS - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) & his           FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
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wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.     Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

STEPHENSON - The story of my branch of the descendants of John                 FHL FICHE 6075684
Hayden of Braintree and Quincy, Massachusetts: a genealogy, with a brief
history of the Lockeport area of Nova Scotia. John Hayden (ca.1600-1682)
and his family immigrated in 1630 from England to Dorchester, Massachusetts,
& moved later to Braintree & then to Quincy, Massachusetts. Thomas Hay-
den (1739-1823) direct descendant in the fourth generation, immigrated in
1760 to Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, and later settled in Lockporte,
Nova Scotia. Fred Hayden (1864-1940), direct descendant of John in the
seventh generation, immigrated to Cambridge, Massachusetts before 1891,
and married Mina Smith in 1896. Descendants and relatives lived in New
England and elsewhere. Includes history of English ancestry. Allied: Deck-
er, Freeman, Giffin, Gove, Hayden, Lloyd, Stephenson and related families.

STEPHENSON - A short history of the Mainwaring family. The Royal               UMI FICHE G-4743
descent. The Mainwarings of Over Peover; The Mainwarings of Whitmore;
The Mainwarings of Oteley Park and Gallt-Faenan. The connections with
the families of: Agnew, Barnes, Brind, Campbell, Finley, Foley, Hall, Hoy,
Jervise, Keik, Kent, Melvill, Moilliet, Moody, Parker, Russell, Robinson,
Stephenson, Wathen, Wigan, Williams and Wroughton.

STEPHENSON - Hatfield and Pence family histories of Warren County, Ohio. FHL FILM 1598184-Misc.
Joseph Hatfield, b.1756 in New Jersey, married Anna Rannals and had 5        Item 9
children; they later removed to Lebanon, Ohio where their descendants
lived for several generations. Information also given on his ancestral lines
from Prussia and the Netherlands. Allied: Dunham, Hatfield, Meredith,
Pence, Stephenson, Whitaker and related families.

STEPTOE -Langhorne, Dabney, Steptoe families: the honorable Nancy              FHL FILM 1016918-Misc.
Langhorne Astor, member of the English Parliament, with pictures of Lady       Item 7
Astor in Iowa. Biographical sketches of several members of the Langhorne,
Dabney and Steptoe families. They were taken from various Quarterlies &
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printed histories. Includes newpaper clippings from the Des Moines Sunday
Register, dated 15 Feburary 1948, of Lady Astor's visit to Iowa. Allied: Dabney,
Langnorne and Steptoe.

STERLING - Walter De Streverlying (b.1130) was the common ancestor                 FHL FICHE 6111062
of the Sterlings of Kier. He was the father of three sons, including Sir Alex-
ander De Streverlying (b.1160). By the fifth generation, the family had chan-
ged its name to Stirling, which they used until 1600 when part of the family
left Kier, Scotland and moved Herfordshire, England. At that time, the Her-
fordshire branch of the family chaned the spelling to Sterling. In 1652, Sir
John Sterling of Herfordshire was the first to emigrated to America. He was
followed by at least three other members of the Sterling branch who came to
New England in the 1600's. Descendants settled in New York and Ohio
as well as other parts of the United States.

STERLING - Walters Family Pedigree Charts 1717-ca.1942; John Walters               FHL FILM 1033968-Misc.
(1717-1751) married Barbara Bair ca.1735/36, and moved from Berkeley               Item 7
County, Virginia to land near romeny, West Virginia. Descendants and rel-
atives lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania & elsewhere. Includes
ancestors in England, Germany & elsewhere. Allied: Ache, Bowman, Craft,
DeBolt, Hibbs, Hill, McGregor, Moore, Provins, Riddell, Rodger, Roger,
Rogers, Smith, Sterling, Taylor, Walters and related families.

STERN - Genealogy of George Stern & Sarah West of near Wilmington,                 FHL FILM 0020994-Misc.
Delaware: 1745-over 1800 descendants - 1875. Family tree of the descend-           Item 7
ants of George Stern (1745-1795) and his wife Sarah West (1748-1828). In:
Miscellaneous pedigree charts, marriage certificates, etc. Allied: Stern and
West.

STERNE - Sterne Family Bible. Contains the records of the family of                FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
John Sterne who was born in 1788 and his wife Maria Collins Thurston who           Item 1
was born in 1790. They were married in 1811. In: Bible records from the
Newport Historical Society, Rhode Island. Allied: Sterne, Thurston.

STERNE - Sterne Family Bible. Contains the records of the families of              FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
Samuel Sterne who was born in 1817 and Martha Jane Burdick, his wife,              Item 2
who was born in 1819 and whom he married on 24 May 1841; and Jerahmil
B. Swasey and his wife Harriet E. Swasey, who gave birth to Mary Jane
Swasey on 15 December 1845. In: Bible records from the Newport Historical
Society, Rhode Island. Allied: Burdick, Sterne, Swasey.

STERR - Our kin, past and present, the Kapinos family. Frank Kapinos, Jr.          FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
(1829-1918) married Josepha Bauhall (1830-1867) & immigrated in 1865 from          Item 11
Bohemia in Czechoslovakia to Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, and married
Mary Machova in 1868. Descendants lived in Wisconsin, Minnesota, South
Dakota, Montana, Washington, Oregon & elsewhere. Some descendants
immigrated to Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta and elsewhere in Canada.
Allied: Behrendt, Blumer, Head, Kapinos, Plombon, Schwartz, Steer and
related families.
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STETSON - The Descendants of Cornet Robert Stetson of Scituate,                   FHL FICHE 6047577
Massachusetts, 1634. Newletter for the interchange and collection of gen-
ealogical and family history data for Stetson individuals and families within
the United States and descended from Robert Stetson, 1634 immigrant from
England to Scituate, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives listed lived
chiefly in New England, New York and elsewhere. 1933 issues covered the
first four generations; the 1956 issue covered the fifth through the seventh
generations. Continues: Stetson kindred of America. Allied: Bates, Benson,
Bradford, Brewster, Brooks, Rogers, Stetson, Torrey, Turner, Whiton and
related families.

STEU - Correspondence between Walter Josiah Yingst & Schuyler C.                  FHL FILM 0924629-Misc.
Brossman on the Yingst, Yeingst, Yiengst, Jungst, etc. family; 1736-1900's;       Item 7
of Germany & Pennsylvania. Stoy, Steu family & Steger family notes, these
notes date from 1730's to 1972. Allied: Jungst, Steu, Stoy, Yeingst, Yiengst,
Yingst and related families.

STEVENS - Foote Family, comprising the genealogy & history of Nathan-             FHL FICHE 6049389
iel Foote of Wethersfield, Connecticut & his descendants also partial record      VOL. 1
of descendants of Pascoe Foote of Salem, Massachusetts; Richard Foote of          FHL FICHE 6049390
Stafford County, Virginia; John Foote of New York City; Allied: Baldwin,          VOL. 2
Foote, Gates, Hall, Jackson, Kellogg, Palmer, Reynolds, Shepard, Stevens.

STEVENS - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames              UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
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Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

STEVENS - Papers of the Lloyd family of the Manor of Queens Village,              FHL FILM 1035622-Misc.
Lloyd's Neck, Long Island, New York, 1654-1826. The papers of the Lloyd           Item 4-5
family of Lloyd's Neck, New York were presented to the New York Hist-
orical Society on January 2, 1895, by Charlotte Lloyd (Higbee) Schmidt, a
descendant in the sixth generation of James lloyd, first lord of the Manor of
Queens Village. This gift was made shortly after the death of Henry Lloyd
IV, the last descendant of the Lloyd's neck family to bear the family name.
James Lloyd I (ca.1652-1684), the third son of Sir John Lloyd of Bristol, immi-
grated from England to Boston, Massachusetts, moved to Long Island, New
York, and married twice. Descendants lived in New York, New England &
elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Nova Scotia and elsewhere in
Canada. Allied: Boggs, Borland, Broome, Cogswell, Greene, Hillhouse,
Lloyd, Loring, Stevens, Woolsey and related families.

STEVENS - Pedigree & family group chart of Aaron Johnson, Utah Pioneer.           FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
Aaron Johnson (1806-1877) was the son of Didymus Johnson (1768-1832) &            Item 1-3
Rheuama Stevens (1768-1826). He was born in Haddam, Connecticut and
died in Springville, Utah. He had 12 wives & 56 children. Capt. John Johnson
(ca.1595-1659) was the immigrant ancestor. He was born in Wilmington, Kent,
England and died in Roxbury (now Boston) Massachusetts. Allied: Burr,
Johnson, Pelton, Spencer, Stevens, Stow, Stowe, Weld and related families.

STEVENS - Ancestors and Desc. Of Ithiel Cargill Sr. of Brunswick and              FHL FILM 1036667-Misc.
Morgan. Vermont, 1775-1842; Donald Cargill (1610-1681) a Scottish Coven-          Item 10
anter & preacher, called the restoration of King Charles II a public calamity,
& was convicted of treason and beheaded. John Cargill, his son immigrated
from Scotland to northern Ireland. James Cargill (b.1687), son of John immi-
grated in 1720 from Ireland to South Kingston, Rhode Island and married
Phebe Smith in 1725. Ithiel Cargill (1775-1842), a grandson of James, was
born in Pomfret, Connecticut. He married Lucy Grosvenor in 1796, and
moved to Morgan, Vermont. Descendants and relatives lived in New Eng-
land, New York, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, South Dakota, Oregon,
California and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Quebec, and
their progeny lived in Quebec, Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. Includes
Index. Allied: Batchelder, Cargill, Cole, Davis, Farmer, Farr, Gray, Hackett,
Ladd, Lasell, Moulton, Paddock, Stevens, White.

STEVENS - The descendants of Jacob Schoff, born between 1725 and                  FHL FILM 1036825-Misc.
1730 perhaps in Hornberg, Wurttenberg, Germany ; married Elizabeth                Item 1
Darrow (Devereaux?) 1752; he died in Brunswick, Vermont. He immigrated
to Boston in 1752 & settled in Ashburnham in 1757. Allied: Benedick, French,
Lamkin, Schoff, Stevens and related families.

STEVENS - The Genealogy of the Gifford Family from Massachusetts to               FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Maine. William Gifford (d.1739?) evidently arrived in New England with his        Item 1
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wife, Elizabeth Grant and three children about 1743. They had at least six
more children in America. William married secondly Mary Mills on 16 May
1683 at the Sandwich Friends Monthly Meeting. She died 10 February 1734.
She died intestate. She was the daughter of John and Sarah Mills of Black-
point, Massachusetts, (now Scarborough, Maine). Descendants lived in
Maine, Massachusetts, Iowa, Washington and elsewhere. Allied: Allen,
Atwood, Bates, Bowerman, Bowman, Case, Charneski, Clark, Davis, Dill-
ingham, Ellis, Emery, Fairbrother, Fish, Gifford, Gray, Hatch, Higgins, Hobbs,
Hoxie, Jenkins, Jones, Kirby, Mayo, Nye, Oulston, Perkins, Perry, Robin-
son, Rose, Shepherd, Steen, Stevens, Swift, Taber, Tobey, Tripp, Tupper,
Warren and related families.

STEVENS - Zschau Family Records; Family group sheets for the descen-              FHL FILM 1597666-Misc.
dants of the immigrant sons of Karl Gotthelf Zchau who was born in 1835 in        Item 8
Germany and died there in 1897. Several of his children came to America
about 1880 and their descendants settled in the Chicago area. Today many
still remain in the midwest while others have moved west to Oregon, Utah
and elsewhere. At least one family of his descendants joined the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Many of his descendants continued in his
occupation of gardener and florist. Allied: Curtis, Leitherer, Rowe, Schau,
Shaw, Stevens, Zschau and related families.

STEVENSON - Terrill Family Royal & Baronial Lineage, 742 A.D. - 1954.             FHL FICHE 6019105
Ancestry (including Royal and Baronial lines in England, France & Europe
to Charlemagne) and descendants of Edmund Terill (1749-1784) and his wife
Margaret (Willis) Terrill of Orange County, Virginia. Descendants lived in
Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, Texas and elsewhere. Allied: Bledsoe, Harr-
ington, Hickman, McClanahan, McCormick, Stevenson, Terrill and related
families.

STEWARD - Seward Cousins. Periodical for the collection and interchange           FHL FICHE 6047525
of genealogical data and family history about Seward individuals and families
within the United States. Includes transcripts and extracts from local, county,
state, and federal sources (vital records, church records, Military pensions,
census, etc.). Allied: bohrer, Braswell, Franklin, Gregg, Jessup, Leonard,
Nelson, Seaward, Seward, Soward, Steward, Stewart, Vanzant and related
families.

STEWART - A partial Genealogical record of the following names: Beard,            FHL FICHE 6018381
Cawley, Fitzgerald, Hard, Hughes, Palmer, Stewart, Strobel.

STEWART - Seward Cousins. Periodical for the collection and interchange           FHL FICHE 6047525
of genealogical data and family history about Seward individuals and families
within the United States. Includes transcripts and extracts from local, county,
state, and federal sources (vital records, church records, Military pensions,
census, etc.). Allied: bohrer, Braswell, Franklin, Gregg, Jessup, Leonard,
Nelson, Seaward, Seward, Soward, Steward, Stewart, Vanzant and related
families.
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STEWART - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in               UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

STEWART - The Ancestry of Theodore Roosevelt. A genealogical                     UMI FICHE G-5491
record from 1649, with notes and complete name index of the allied families
of Bailee, Bulloch, Douglas,Elliott, Irvine, Roosevelt, Stewart, VanSchaack.

STEWART - The Descendants of Joseph Wallace & Delilah Ghosetter                  FHL FICHE 6018681
Hughes. Joseph Wallace (1857-1927) married Delilah Ghosetter Hughes
in 1880 in Ashe County, North Carolina. Descendants lived in North Caro-
lina, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Texas and elsewhere.
Allied: Callaway, Hughes, McNeill, Sexton, Stewart, Wallace and related
families.

STEWART - Stewart arms: recent Matriculations & grants (1924).                   FHL FILM 0599787-Misc.
                                                                                 Item 11

STEWART - The Coltness Collections:                                              FHL FILM 0990415-Misc.
Pt.1=Denham memoirs of the Stewarts of Allanton, Coltness and Goodtrees.         Item 3
Pt.2=A journey in England, Holland and the Low Countries.
Pt.3=Memoirs of Sir James Steuart Denham, Bart of Coltness and Westshield.
Pt.4=Notices of the family of Coltness and it's descendants.
Allied: Coltness, Denham, Stewart.

STEWART - Galloway Records. Consists of genealogy of the Stewart                 FHL FILM 1011841-Misc.
family and the Royal House of Stuart.                                            Item 7
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STEWART - Holden Genealogy ; Ancestry and descendants of Richard                 FHL FILM 1036042-Misc.
& Justinian Holden, & of Randall Holden. Richard Holden (1609-1695/96)           Item 1 & 2
son of William Holden, immigrated from England to Watertown, Massachu-
setts, and married Martha Fosdick. Justian Holden immigrated on the same
ship as Richard, and was probably a brother. They were later among the
early settlers at Groton, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives lived in
New England, New York, Ohio, Missouri, Louisiana, Texas and elsewhere.
Some descendants immigrated to Ontario & elsewhere in Canada. Includes
some family history and ancestry in England. Allied: Arnold, Chase, Frost,
Hartwell, Holden, Jennison, Lippitt, Morse, Rice, Stewart & related families.

STEWART - Supplement to Parker Genealogy, (1947 Edition). Supple-                FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
ment to work entitled: Parker genealogy: a genealogy of the Chelmsford &         Item 59
Peabody branch of the Parker family by Lena Parker Goodwin. Allied:
Bemis, Clow, Hemphill, Parker, Pike, Stewart, Wolffer and related families.

STEWART - Favel Family History; Isaac Fraavel immigrated about 1750              FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
from Europe (he spoke German, and came from Germany or Switzerland               Item 5
or Alsace-Lorraine of France) to what is now Rappahannock County, Vir-
ginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Iowa, South
Dakota, California and elsewhere. Allied: Anderson, Blank, Boles, Boyd,
Cooper, Cottrill, Crouse, Davies, Decker, Farrell, Ferguson, Foster, Fravel,
Hansen, Harthaus, Howell, Jesso, Johnson, Kernen, Lange, Lumberry, Mc
Cormick, March, Merwin, Miller, Nott, Orr, Page, Peck, Perryman, Phillis,
Skavdahl, Stewart, Strain, Swingle, Tibballs, Tibbs, Timberlake, Vevig, Wills,
Woods and related families.

STEWART - A partial record of the descendants of Valentin Knechtel and           FHL FILM 1321408
Eva Maria Gluck. Valentin Knechtel (1776-ca.1856), son of Jakob Knechtel         Item 5
(1750-1814) and Magdalena Strack, married Eva Maria Glucd in 1799. They
immigrated in 1831 from Germany to Preston, Ontario. Descendants and
relatives lived in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia
and elsewhere in Canada. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Wis-
consin, Minnesota, South Dakota and elsewhere in the United States. Allied:
Bechtel, Bibelheimer, Durst, Helwig, Knechtel, Luneke, McClay, Nechtel,
Oppertshauser, Quast, Schlotzhauser, Schmitt, Seegmiller, Stewart, Suther-
land, Zimmer, Zurbrigg and related families.

STEWART - Thomas Baker (1833-1918) was the son of John Baker (1793-              FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
1885) and Mary Bater (1800-1855) of Roborough near Barnstable, Devon,            Item 23
England. He married Jemima Kelley (1842-1916) in 1863 at Ganenoque,
Canada. Thomas emigrated with his father John Baker after Mary Baker
died in 1855. The family located later to Flint Twp., Genessee County, MI.
Several generations of ancestors in England and descendants in USA are
given. Descendants live in Florida, Michigan and elsewhere. Allied:
Roberts, Kelley, Bater, Stage, Butter, Stewart and other related families.

STEWART - David Cheney & Lodema Hutchings, an American Family                    FHL FILM 1697765-Misc.
History; David Cheney, the son of Elam Cheney and Talitha Cumi Garlick           Item 8
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was born in Springville, Utah in 1857. Lodema Hutchings the daughter of
Sheperd Pierce Hutchings and Eliza Ann Pectol was also born in Spring-
ville, Utah, three years later in 1860. They ewere married in 1878. This book
gives details of their ancestors and their descendants. Their ancestors came
to America from England. The Cheney family members became associated
with the Prophet Joseph Smith and Parley P. Pratt. They joined the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and were involved in the early history
of the Church. They lived in Kirkland, Ohio and then Nauvoo, Illinois.Elam
Cheney worked on building the Nauvoo Temple. He and his family crossed
the plains with the pioneers, arriving in Salt Lake City on 5 October 1847.
They were instrumental in the settling of Utah. Many of their descendants
still live in Utah. Others live in Idaho, California and elsewhere. Allied:
Bailey, Cheney, Duston, Garlick, Hubbard, Hutchings, Littlefield, Pectol,
Reasor, Stewart and related families.

STICKLER - The Henry Royer and Sebastian Royer Families: with allied             FHL FICHE 6101012
families. Henry Rheyer (1721-1766) was the son of Sebastian and Agnes
Rheyer of Hassloch, Germany. He married Catherine. He was the grandson
of Hans Georg Rheyer (d.1719) born near Metz, Lorraine, France. A short
time after the Edict of Nantes was revoked in 1685, Hans fled to bohl, the
Pfalz, Germany. He married Maria Magdalena at Bohl and they were the
parents of three sons: Sebastian Mathias (1676-1758), Samuel (b.1689) and
Johann Wendell Rheyer (b.1696). Their son Sebastian married Agnes
Flockirth at Bohl. She was the daughter of Johann Wendell Muller from
Schifferstade. They were the parents of eight children born at Bohl & one
born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. They emigrated to the United
States in 1726. His brother Samuel's son, George Christoff Rheyer (b.1718-
1776) emigrated in 1749. George married twice: (1) Anna Barbara Degin &
(2) Anna Catharine Rheyer. The daughter of his other brother Johan Phillip
Maria Margretha married Conrad Wohlfahrt & emigrated also. Their family
located in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. Several generations of descen-
dants are given. Allied: Ginter, Ginther, Hautz, Rheyer, Royer, Stickler,
Walborn, Wohlfahrt and related families.

STICKNEY - Pioneers & Performers, accounts of Hall ancestors; John               FHL FICHE 6019008
Hall (1605-1676) immigrated from England to Massachusetts Bay Colony in
1632. He married Jean Woollen about 1643 and they moved to Watertown,
Massachusetts. Asaph Hall (1829-1907) was an astronomer. Percival Hall
(1872-1953) was the President of Gallaudet College where he trained deaf
students. Descendants & relatives lived in most of the United States. Allied:
Borst, Goodenough, Hall, Palmer, Sexton, Stickney and related families.

STICKNEY - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in              UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
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Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

STILLWELL- Early Memoirs of the Stillwell Family comprising the life &          UMI FICHE G-2694
times of Nicholas Stillwell with some account of his brothers, John & Jasper.
Three borthers driven from England by persecution first find refuge in
Holland, assume the name of Still well and immigrate to New Haven, Conn-
ecticut in 1638.

STILLWELL - Will of Nicholas Stillwell, dated 1675.                             FHL FILM 0514675-Misc.
                                                                                Item 8

STIMSON - The Whitmore Genealogy; a record of the descendants of                FHL FILM 1033975-Misc.
Francis Whitmore of Cambridge, Massachusetts (1625-1685); Francis Whit-         Item 4
more (1625-1685) immigrated during or before 1648 from England to Cam-
bridge, Massachusettes & married twice. Descendants & relatives lived in
New England, New York, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nevada & else-
where. Allied: Hyde, King, Lane, Merrill, Smith, Stimson, Stowe, White,
Whitmore, Whitney & related families.

STINCHCOMBE - Stinchcombe Family Bible Records, 1782-1884; John                 FHL FILM 1697588-Misc.
Owings Stichcombe (1782-1873) married Sarah Gosnell in 1807. They had           Item 11
11 children; their son Joshua Stichcombe (b.1826) married Margaret Wonn
in 1851; They had a daughter, Sarah Elizabeth born in 1853. She married
Aaron L. Palmer in 1877. They had 3 children. William Duer (b.1809) and
Margaret Stinchcombe, daughter of John Owings and Sarah Gosnell were
married in 1833. They had 5 children. Allied: Duer, Palmer, Stinchcombe.

STINCHFIELD - Micah Whitney, Revolutionary soldier, and his twelve              FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
children settled early in Phillips, Maine: Jacob and Joseph Whitney came        Item 5
to Phillips, 1792. Salmon Whitney appeared in letter E Plantation, 1810. John
Whitney (b.1589), of Flemish lineage, immigrated from England to Watertown,
Massachusetts in 1635, and married twice. Micah Whitney (1752-1832), direct
descendant in the fifth generation, married Hannah Cobb in 1779, served in
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the Revolutionary War, and lived in York Gorham, Gray and Phillips, Maine.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Minnesota and
elsewhere. Allied: Byron, Harden, McKenzie, Staples, Stinchfield, Sweetser
and related families.

STINECIPHER - The descendants of Johannes Steinseiffer: The immi-                FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
grant ancestor, Johannes Steinseiffer, came to America in 1749. He landed        Item 8
at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He brought with him his wife Elizabeth and
seven of their eight children. The oldest, Johann Heinrich (b.1725) came to
Philadelphia in 1753. He settled in Culpepper County, Virginia. His first
wife is believed to have been Mary Huffmann, with whom he had seven
children. He married (2) Ellen Burck in 1782 and (3) Alcie Furthermore.
Descendants live in Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Texas, New York,
Tennessee, Illinois and elsewhere. The name Steinseifer came from the
name of a small village, Steinseifersdorff or Stone Polishers Village, in ex-
treme East Germany. Family members migrated to West Germany & settled
in the small town of Eiserfeld. Allied: Bennett, Fincannon, Gipson, Ingle,

STIRLING - Walter De Streverlying (b.1130) was the common ancestor               FHL FICHE 6111062
of the Sterlings of Kier. He was the father of three sons, including Sir Alex-
ander De Streverlying (b.1160). By the fifth generation, the family had chan-
ged its name to Stirling, which they used until 1600 when part of the family
left Kier, Scotland and moved Herfordshire, England. At that time, the Her-
fordshire branch of the family chaned the spelling to Sterling. In 1652, Sir
John Sterling of Herfordshire was the first to emigrated to America. He was
followed by at least three other members of the Sterling branch who came to
New England in the 1600's. Descendants settled in New York and Ohio
as well as other parts of the United States.

STIRLING - A Virginia Plantagent: Royal descent of Sarah Vowell                  UMI FICHE G-1927
Daingerfield Stirling: records and other matter dating from 741 to1949. The
ancestral lineage of the author with particular emphasis on her connections
to Royal families of Ireland, Scotland and England, particularly the Plantag-
enets (the surname of the Royal family of England from Henry II to Richard
III) in England and also in the nobility in France. Allied: Daingerfield, Lee,
Stirling, Vowell, Warner, Washington and related families.

STITT - The Descendants of John Shaw of Loudon County, Virginia and              FHL FICHE 6100038
Perry County, Ohio. John Shaw (1768-1829) married Margaret Claypool in
1795 and moved from Loudon County, Virginia to Perry County, Ohio.
Descendants land relatives lived in Ohio, Iowa, Pennsylvania, New York
and elsewhere. Allied: Anderson, Bollman, Chilcote, Claypool, Kelly, Moore,
Shaw, Stitt.

STIVERS - Interweaving the Stivers, Faurot and DuPuy families. Randall           FHL FILM 1321362-Gen.
Stivers (Randle Stuyvers) (1724/25-1825) married Jennet Skinner ca.1755 &        Item 9
ived & died in New Jersey. Some descendants moved to New York, Ohio,
and elsewhere. Allied: Depue, DuPue, DuPuy, Faurot, Skinner, Stivers,
Stuyvers and related families.
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STOAKES - Stokes Family, 1551-1712; miscellaneous Quaker records and           FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
earlier genealogical notes. Births, Marriages, Deaths and probates for         Item 36
Stokes individuals, 1551-1712, in London and Middlesex County, England
as recorded chiefly in Friends' Quarterly Meeting records. In: Miscellan-
eous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1, leaves 353-357. Allied:
Burrough, Cowe, Howard, Stoakes, Stokes, Willie and related families.

STOCKER - Mensch, Moser, Ochs, , Scherer, Sherer, Simon, Stocker,              FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
Roeder families of Northampton, Lehigh & Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania          Item 6
1712-1913.

STOCKTON - a brief history and genealogy of the Hollinsheads, Iricks,          FHL FILM 0526997-Misc.
Peacocks and Stocktons of New Jersey.                                          Item 4

STODDARD - Ancestors & Descendants of William Randall (1609-1693) of           UMI FICHE G-1708
Scituate, Massachusetts. Allied: Alexander, Andrew, Barstow, Benedict,
Besse, Bone, Boyce, Bridgum, Bumpass, Burr, Canfield, Carlovingian Line,
Carlson, Chapin, Counts of Anjou, Counts of Eu, Counts of Hainault, Counts
Counts of Toulouse, Counts of Vermandois, Curtis, Davidson, De Beaumont,
De Bohun, De Botetourt, De Gael, De Lusignan, De Mandeville, De Mort-
imer, De Peshall, De Tony, De Warren, Darby, Derby, Downing, Dukes
of Aquitaine & Saxony, Fulwood, Gage, Gilbert, Goodman, Gunne, Harri-
man, House of Capet, Hunter, Ives, Knight, Lombard, Marsh, Marvin, Mar-
chant, Merchant, Merriman, Messenger, Miles, Mitchell, Morris, Mytton,
Orr, Parker, Penny, Prudden, Randall, Rawlins, Rich, Saxon Kings of Eng-
land, Scottish Kings, Skelton, Stoddard, Tomes, Taylor, Tompkins, Travis,
Vincent, Ware, Warham, Welles, Whelden, Wise.

STODDARD - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by                FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
B. F. Wilbour, p638.                                                           Item 1

STODDARD - The descendants of John Porter of Windsor, Connecticut,             FHL FILM 0924424-GEN.
1635-1639. John Porter and his wife Rose had twelve children, 1620-1642,       Item 1
the first ten born in England. The family immigrated to America ca. 1639 and
settled at Windsor, Connecticut. He died in 1648 at Windsor. Descendants
lived in Connecticut, New York and elsewhere. Allied: Hopkins, Huntington,
Loomis, Mills, Porter, Steele, Stoddard, White, Williams & related families.

STODDARD - Fig Tree in Zion; histories, John and Janet Kerr Stoddard,          FHL FILM 1035570-Misc.
John Stoddard, Emily Kershaw, Emma Eckersley, Sarah Yates, Elizabeth           Item 6
Yates, George & Ann Barlow Yates, Joseph & Alice Hulme Eckersley.
John Stoddard (1795-1854) son of James Stoddart & Martha Miller married
Janet Kerr in 1813 & as Mormon Converts immigrated from Scotland to St.
Louis, Missouri in 1848 & moved to Salt Lake City, Utah in 1851, settling in
Cedar City, Utah & later moving to Wellsville, Utah. Descendants lived in
Utah, Oregon & elsewhere. Allied: Eckersley, Haslam, Heywood, Hulme,
Kerr, Stoddard, Stoddart, Yates.
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STODDART - Fig Tree in Zion; histories, John and Janet Kerr Stoddard,          FHL FILM 1035570-Misc.
John Stoddard, Emily Kershaw, Emma Eckersley, Sarah Yates, Elizabeth           Item 6
Yates, George & Ann Barlow Yates, Joseph & Alice Hulme Eckersley.
John Stoddard (1795-1854) son of James Stoddart & Martha Miller married
Janet Kerr in 1813 & as Mormon Converts immigrated from Scotland to St.
Louis, Missouri in 1848 & moved to Salt Lake City, Utah in 1851, settling in
Cedar City, Utah & later moving to Wellsville, Utah. Descendants lived in
Utah, Oregon & elsewhere. Allied: Eckersley, Haslam, Heywood, Hulme,
Kerr, Stoddard, Stoddart, Yates.

STODE - Records of the Eckel family of Baltimore, 1763-1947. Andrew            FHL FILM 1320835-Misc
Eckel Sr. (d.1787) married Anna Gertrantha (Margaretha?) Priesterbachin        Item 4
in 1763, and moved from Philadelphia to Baltimore, Maryland. He had at
least four sons (Philip, Andrew, Petere, Charles Eugene), and each of these
settled in a different state. Andrew married Elizabeth Nagel and was the
ancestor of Milton Rubincam. Descendants and relatives of Andrew Sr. lived
in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Washington D.C., North Carolina,
Tennessee, Illinois and elsewhere. In: Miscellaneous genealogical records
by Milton Rubincam. Vol. 2, leaves 9-27. Allied: Bishop, Cope, Crook, Crum-
mer, Eckel, Rubincam, Stode and related families.

STOKES - Haines family genealogical data in Burlington County, New             FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Jersey, 1622-1941: and in England, Ontario, Canada and elsewhere. Rich-        Item 21
ard Haines (d.1682) and his wife, Mary, Quakers, were probably immigrants
from England to Burlington county, New Jersey. Descendants and relatives
lived in New Jersey and elsewhere. Shows some records of Haines individ-
uals in England in the 1670/90 period, & some records of Haines individuals
in Ontario, Canada (the latter immigrating there from Burlington County,
New Jersey). Some Haines descendants married into nobility lines in Ger-
many (von Arnim) and in The Netherlands (van Dopff). In: Miscellaneous
genealogical records/Milton Rubicam, Vol. 1, leaves 263-277. Allied: Arnim,
Dopff, Haines, Haynes, Heines, Hollingshead, Rubincam, Stokes, Von Arnim,
Von Dopff and related families.

STOKES - Stokes Family, 1551-1712; miscellaneous Quaker records and            FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
earlier genealogical notes. Births, Marriages, Deaths and probates for         Item 36
Stokes individuals, 1551-1712, in London and Middlesex County, England
as recorded chiefly in Friends' Quarterly Meeting records. In: Miscellan-
eous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam. Vol. 1, leaves 353-357. Allied:
Burrough, Cowe, Howard, Stoakes, Stokes, Willie and related families.

STROMSMOE - Index to "The Hans H. Bangen Family History by Nancy               FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Stout. Allied: Aubol, Bangen, Estenson, Saugstad, Sergeant, Stromsmoe,         Item 56
Stubson and related families.

STONE - The Reeder-Reader Newsletter; Periodical for the collection &          FHL FICHE 6047419
interchange of family history and genealogical data about Reader-Reeder
individuals and families within the United States. Includes transcripts and
excerpts from local, county, state and federal sources (cemeteries, vital
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records, land and property records, probates, census etc.). Allied: Burchett,
Johnson, Powers, Rader, Reader, Reeder, Rider, Ross, Stone, Watson &
related families.

STONE - Supplement to the Cathell-Rangeley-Turner, a family history.              FHL FICHE 6087385
Allied: Burnett, Cathell, Hunter, Martin, Prillaman, Rangeley, Ross, Stone,
Turner and related families.

STONE - Genealogy of the Twitchell Family: record of the descendants              FHL FICHE 6048093
of the Puritan Benjamin Twitchell, Dorchester, Lancaster, Medfield and
Sherborn, Massachusetts, 1632-1927. Benjamin Twitchell (1599-1675/76)
was a son of Richard Twitchell or Tuchel and Cecely Waller. He and an
older brother, Joseph Twitchell, immigrated from Chesham, England to Dor-
chester, Massachusetts ca.1630/32. Benjamin married Mary Riggs before
1640, and later moved to lancaster, Medfield and Sherborn, Massachusetts.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, New Jersey,
Illinois, California, Washington and elsewhere. Some descendants became
Mormons and lived in Utah and elsewhere. Includes listings of Twitchell
individuals serving in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Civil War
and World War I. Also includes some family history and genealogical data
about the English ancestry to 1461 A.D., with some references to unfounded
claims that the Twitchell family is connected directly to an "enobled Spaniard"
who entered England in 1066 A.D. with the Normans. Also included are tran-
scripts for all Twitchell entries in the parish of Chesham, Buckinghamshire,
England between 1538 and 1635. Allied: Bucknam, Greenwood, Griswold,
Heaps, Layland, Lealand, Leland, Morse, Pierce, Rickett, Rocket, Rockwood,
Stone, Twichell, Twitchell and related families.

STONE - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames                UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
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Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

STONE - Stone Family Genealogical Data, ca.1590-1873; Letter from Ben-           FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
jamin Franklin Stone, dated 1859 June 15, Marietta, Ohio to Jasper Conver-       Item 34
se Stone, regarding genealogical data about the Stone ancestry. Gregory
Stone (ca.1590-1672) married Lydia Cooper and immigrated about 1634 from
England to Cambridge, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives lived in
New England, New York, Ohio and elsewhere. Allied: Barrett, Converse,
Dodge, Guthrie, Hoyt, Knowles, Stone and related families.

STONE - Notes on the Merritt Stone Family, 1843-1987, Geauga County,             FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Ohio, 1785-1987; Merritt Stone Jr. (1819-1879), a son fo Merritt Stone Sr. was   Item 60
born in Lenox, Ashtabula County, Ohio. He married Catherine Woodruff,
and they settled in Hambden, Ohio. Descendants & relatives lived in Ohio,
New York, Nebraska & elsewhere. Allied: Davids, Hubbard, Quiggle,
Sweet, Stone, Woodin, Woodruff and related families.

STONE - Williams Genealogy: Ancestors and descendants of Luke                    FHL FILM 1321408
Stanton Williams and his wife Olive Miller Williams. John Williams married       Item 3
Jane Latham Hubbard in Groton, Connecticut in 1636. Descendant Luke
Stanton Williams was born 5 June 1832 in Brooklyn, Pennsylvania to Nelson
Alonzo and Maria Tewksbury Williams. He married Olive Miller (1828-1904)
on 17 March 1858 at Old Forge, Pennsylvania. He died 11 November 1893
and Olive on 3 August 1904. Both are buried in the Corry Cemetery in
Corry, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived mainly in Pennsylvania, Ohio,
New York and California. Allied: Avery, Billings, Bracken, Cheseborough,
Denison, Donaldson, Fowle, Latham, Miller, Perkins, Reed, Sanford, Sargent,
Stanton, Stone, Tewksbury, Williams and related families.

STONECIPHER- The descendants of Johannes Steinseiffer; The immi-                 FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
grant ancestor, Johannes Steinseiffer, came to America in 1749. He landed        Item 8
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He brought with him his wife Elizabeth and
seven of their eight children. The oldest, Johann Heinrich (b.1725) came to
Philadelphia in 1753. He settled in Culpepper County, Virginia. His first
wife is believed to have been Mary Huffman, with whom he had seven
children. He married (2) Ellen Burck in 1782 and (3) Alcie Furthermore.
Descendants live in Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Texas, New York,
Tennessee, Illinois and elsewhere. The name Steinseiffer came from the
name of a small village, Stien-seifersdorff or Stone Polishers Village, in
extreme East Germany. Family members migrated to West Germany and
settled in the small town of Eiserfeld. Includes index. Allied: Bennett,
Fincannon, Gipson, Ingle, Steinsecipher, Steinseifer, Steinseiffer, Stone-
cipher, Stonecypher and related families.
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STONECYPHER- The descendants of Johannes Steinseiffer; The immi-                 FHL FILM 1697539-Misc.
grant ancestor, Johannes Steinseiffer, came to America in 1749. He landed        Item 8
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He brought with him his wife Elizabeth and
seven of their eight children. The oldest, Johann Heinrich (b.1725) came to
Philadelphia in 1753. He settled in Culpepper County, Virginia. His first
wife is believed to have been Mary Huffman, with whom he had seven
children. He married (2) Ellen Burck in 1782 and (3) Alcie Furthermore.
Descendants live in Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Texas, New York,
Tennessee, Illinois and elsewhere. The name Steinseiffer came from the
name of a small village, Stien-seifersdorff or Stone Polishers Village, in
extreme East Germany. Family members migrated to West Germany and
settled in the small town of Eiserfeld. Includes index. Allied: Bennett,
Fincannon, Gipson, Ingle, Steinsecipher, Steinseifer, Steinseiffer, Stone-
cipher, Stonecypher and related families.

STONEHEWER - Kenyon Family Biography; genealogy and family                       FHL FICHE 6036641
history of the Kenyon family of England between 1406 A.D. and 1920;
Allied: Ashton, Boates, Hammer, Kenyon, Parker, Percival, Stonehewer.

STONER - History of the Galley family with local & old-time sketches in          FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
the Yough region. A genealogy and a history of the Galley family who are         Item 8
descendants of Peter Galley who emigrated to America from Germany ca.
1770 & settled in Lancaster County, Pennsyvania. He married Sophia Sterne
ca.1773/74. Descendants & relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio,
Iowa, Kansas and elsewhere. Allied: Arnold, Beam, Boyd, Cover, Galley,
Luce, McFadden, Newcomer, Oglevee, Rouse, Shallenberger, Smith, Sny-
der, Stoner, Strickler, Teagarden, Whitefield, Wible and related families.

STORIE - A history of the Baxter Family of DeKalb County, Alabama.               FHL FICHE 6019110
Jesse Baxter (1777-1868) and his family moved from North Carolina to
Tennessee and then to Jackson County, Alabama about 1815/1820.
Descendants lived in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and elsewhere. Allied:
Baxter, Brown, Burt, Copeland, Edmonson, Hawkins, Storie and related
families.

STOTT - Grant Pedigree chart, 1725-1956; David Grant (1816-1868) immi-           FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
grated from Scotland to Salt Lake City, Utah & married Elizabeth Williams in     Item 2
1856; Arilie Elvira (Grant) Stott (b.1894) was a grand-daughter. Her ancestors
lived in Utah, New York, Pennsylvania, New England and elsewhere, some
lived in Scotland and Wales. Allied: Cox, Grant, Hulett, Mills, Parry, Stott,
Williams and related families.

STOUFFER - The Newsletter of the Sherk/Shirk/Sherrick family of the U.S.         FHL FICHE 6047585
and Canada. Allied: Buckholder, Fjarlie, Heisey, Hoover, Johnson, Pipher,
Pugmire, Sherk, Sherrick, Shirk, Stuarb, Stouffer, Walder, Wideman.

STOUFFER - The Wideman Family; Desendants of various Wideman/                    FHL FILM 0962171-Misc.
Weidman individuals who emigrated to this continent in the late 1700's and       Item 2
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settled primarily in various counties of Pennsylvania. Allied: Fretz, Lehman,
Scarth, Sherk, Slogett, Stouffer, Weidman, Wideman and related families.

STOUGH - History and genealogy of the descendants of John Lawrence                  UMI FICHE G-977
Hester and Godfrey Stough; 1752-1905, early settlers of Pennsylvania, by
Martin M. Hester, 1905. Allied: Hester, Mason, Stough.

STOUGHTON - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Sur-                  UMI FICHE G-2734
names include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen,
Allin, Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey,
Barker, Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Ber-
nington, Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr,
Burton, Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne,
Clarke, Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon,
Congdon, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies,
Davids, Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred,
Eldredge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.

STOURTON - Stourton Family Pedigree, Baronagum Genealogicum.                        FHL FILM 0587941-Gen.
                                                                                    Item 3, Vol. 4, p367

STOUT - The History of the Stout Family: first settling in Middletown,              FHL FICHE 6017485
Monmouth County, New Jersey in 1666. Richard Stout immigrated in 1648
from England to New Amsterdam, New York, married Penelope Van Princes
and moved to Middletown, New Jersey in 1666. Descendants lived in New
York, New Jersey, Virginia, Iowa and elsewhere. Allied: Golden, Manners,
Park, Stout, Wyckoff and related families.

STOUT - Genealogy of the McNiel Clan. George McNiel (fl.1760-1782)                  FHL FILM 0564374-Gen.
immigrated from Scotland to Virginia & married Mary Coates. They moved              Item 2
by 1778 to Wilkes County, North Carolina. Descendants & relatives lived
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in Virginia, North & South Carolina, Georgia, Tennesse, Texas, Iowa and
elsewhere. Allied: Bumgarner, Campbell, Eller, Hayes, McNeal, McNiel,
McNeill, McKneal, Stout, Vannoy and related families.

STOUT - The Mc Niel Family. George McNiel (b.1720) immigrated from            FHL FILM 0564374-Gen.
his daughter Mary, from Scotland to Virginia and married a Miss Coates.       Item 3
They moved to Wilkes County, North Carolina and died after 1782. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Iowa,
Nebraska, Minnesota and elsewhere. Allied: Buchanan, Eller, Hayes, Mc
Neil, McNeill, McNiel, Perry, Stout, Vannoy and related families.

STOUT - James Pindall Stout, 1819-1903, and Burthena Shackleford              FHL FILM 0908716-Misc.
Kemble, 1824-1908: their ancestors and descendants. Richard Stout was born    Item 3
ca.1602/04 in Nottinhamshire, England and served in the British Navy. After
discharge, he immigrated to New Amsterdam in 1640 and married Penelope
Prince in 1644; they moved to Middletown, New Jersey and he died in 1705.
Allied: Bonham, Bostic, Burr, Carpenter, Dulaney, Kemble, Reynolds, Scott,
Stout, Swiger, Wright and related families.

STOUT - Genealogical data on the descendants of John Ashton, William          FHL FILM 1036663-Misc.
Cool, William Golden, Thomas Halsey, John Larison, John Marshall, Roger       Item 6
Parke, Richard Stout and John Throckmorton.

STOUTENBURGH - The Duyckinck family allied families 1638: being a           FHC FILM 1321129-Misc.
record of the descendants of Evert Duyckinck who settled in New Amster-     Item 12
dam, now New York. "Evert Duyckinck came to this country about 1638 from
Borken, a village of North Brabant in Holland. He was in the service of the
Dutch West India Company and in 1640 was stationed at Fort Hope, near
present site of the city of Hartford, Connecticut. On September 9, 1646, he
was married to Hendrickje Simmons, a young woman from Noordthorn. He
was appointed Fire Warden in 1674 and admitted as freeman of the city of
New York in 1698. He probably died in 1702. Descendants lived in New
York and elsewhere. Allied: Abeel, Allen, Alliger, Amour, Bancker, Bartow,
Beekman, Bicknell, Bigelow, Bleecker, Bown, Brown, Byvanck, Campbell,
Case, Chrystie, Codwise, Constable, Cox, Crommelin, Crooke, DePeyster,
Dodge, Duane, Duncan, Dunscomb, Duyckinck, Edgar, Foote, Hall, Herbert,
Hoffman, Hooglandt, Howland, Hunt, Huntington, Kerr, Kissman, Knox, LeRoy,
Livingston, Ludlow, Maggs, Mason, McVicker, Miller, Morton, Mumford,
Olcott, Osborn, Perry, Pierrepont, Price, Provoost, Rutgers, Sands, Smith,
Stoutenburgh, Tebault, Ten Eyck, thompson, Vanderbilt, Van de Water,
Van Rensselaer, Van Wyck, Veazy, Veidran, Verplanck, White, Whitney,
Willett, Williamson.

STOVALL - Hatcher, Stovall, Sanders, Dirks familiy genealogical data, ca.     FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1614-1980: applications for membership in the DAR and the Jamestown Soc-      Item 48
iety. William Hatcher (ca.1650-1680) immigrated from England to Henrico
County, Virginia. Josiah Stovall (1749-1798) married Mary (Polly) Hicks in
1768, and served in the Revolutionary War. They moved from Lunenburg
County, Virginia to Granville County, North Carolina and then to Lincoln
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County, Georgia. Hatcher and Stovall descendants and relatives lived in
Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas & elsewhere.
Allied: Burton, Dirks, Hatcher, Hicks, Sanders, Sartor, Stovall and related
families.

STOVER - Strickler Families, 1700-1904; Allied: Beaver, Blosser, Bruba-         UMI FICHE G-557
ker, Burner, Grove, Kauffman, Neff, Rothgeb, Ruffner, Shaver, Stover,
Zirkle & other families in Shenandoah, Rockingham, Augusta, Frederick
and Page Counties of the Shenandoah Valley.

STOVER - The Christian Bowman family ca. 1700-1929. Christian Bowman            FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
(died ca. 1764) immigrated from the Rhenish Palatinate area of Europe to the    Item 69
Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia,
Indiana and elsewhere. Allied: Bowman, Keller, Reeser, Scott, Stover, Wake-
man, White and related families.

STOW - The Whitmore Genealogy; a record of the descendants of Francis      FHL FILM 1033975-Misc.
Whitmore of Cambridge, Massachusetts (1625-1685); Francis Whitmore, (1625- Item 4
1685) immigrated during or before 1648 from England to Cambridge, Mass-
achusettes & married twice. Descendants & relatives lived in New England,
New York, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nevada & elsewhere. Allied:
Hyde, King, Lane, Merrill, Smith, Stimson, Stowe, White, Whitmore, Whitney
& related families.

STOWE - Pedigree & family group chart of Aaron Johnson, Utah Pioneer.           FHL FILM 1035763-Misc.
Aaron Johnson (1806-1877) was the son of Didymus Johnson (1768-1832) &          Item 1-3
Rheuama Stevens (1768-1826). He was born in Haddam, Connecticut and
died in Springville, Utah. He had 12 wives & 56 children. Capt. John Johnson
(ca.1595-1659) was the immigrant ancestor. He was born in Wilmington, Kent,
England and died in Roxbury (now Boston) Massachusetts. Allied: Burr,
Johnson, Pelton, Spencer, Stevens, Stow, Stowe, Weld and related families.

STOY - Correspondence between Walter Josiah Yingst & Schuyler C.                FHL FILM 0924629-Misc.
Brossman on the Yingst, Yeingst, Yiengst, Jungst, etc. family: 1736-1900's of   Item 7
Germany and Pennsylvania. These notes date of the 1730's to 1972. Allied:
Jungst, Steger, Steu, Stoy, Yeingst, Yiengst, Yingst & related families.

STRAATS - The Albany Protocol, Wilhelm Christoph Berkenmey's                    FHL FILM 0930247
chronicle of Lutheran affairs in New York Colony, 1731-1750; includes           Item 4 [filed in NY drawer,
Genealogies of the Christiaan, Freese, Halenbek, Herdyk, Hoesen, Provost,       under, NY Misc.]
Straats, Van Hoesen, Van Loon, Van Schaayk and Wingate families.

STRADER - Some Vance and related families; Alexander Vance immigrated          FHL FICHE 6099939
from Old Virginia to West Virginia ca.1780. Descendants and relatives lived in
Kentucky, Virginia and elsewhere; Allied: Belcher, Branch, Hudson, Larrimore,
Marcum, Milby, Perkins, Strader, Ward and Wooldridge.

STRADER - Family history of Levi Adkins, Anderson County, Tennessee.            FHL FICHE 6100714
Levi Adkins (1794-1877) was born in Tennessee & is believed to be the son
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of Elijah Adkins & Nancy Hunter who were both from Montgomery County,
Virginia. Levi married Elizabeth George 22 July 1813 in Paulette, Union
County, Tennessee and they reared a family of eleven children. Levi was
a baptist minister. He died in 1877 and was buried in the Bethel Church
cemetery in Union County. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee and
elsewhere. Allied: Adkins, Carden, Carmichael, Curnutt, Sharp, Strader and
Weaver families.

STRADER - Miscellaneous notes, pedigree chart, etc. of Sarah Jeanette               FHL FILM 0823709-Gen.
Hodge, 1909; Springer line extrends to 427 A.D.; Allied: Bugh, Hodge,               Item 2
Jordan, Martin, Springer, Strader, Weingarth, Zempelman & related families.

STRAHL - Strahl & Fanselow family records; ancestors & descendants                  FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
of Johann Chirtian Friedrich Strahl & Christina Maria Frederika Fanselow            Item 10
of Lapitz, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany who emigrated to Illinois in
1871 settling in Clifton, Illinois. Allied: Bach, Fanselow, Meier, Schatz, Stege-
mann, Strahl and related families.

STRAIN - Capt. John S. Thompson (1790-1834) and Mary Amy Turner                     FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
(1791-1864); John S. Thompson was born in Cherry Valley, New York and               Item 52
married Mary Amy Turner. He died in LeGrange , New York. Descendants
lived in New York Pennsylvania, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon & elsewhere. Allied:
Courter, Kepler, Knoll, Shafer, Sher, Strain, Studley, Thompson and related
families.

STRAIN - Favel Family History; Isaac Fraavel immigrated about 1750                  FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
from Europe (he spoke German, and came from Germany or Switzerland                  Item 5
or Alsace-Lorraine of France) to what is now Rappahannock County, Vir-
ginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Iowa, South
Dakota, California and elsewhere. Allied: Anderson, Blank, Boles, Boyd,
Cooper, Cottrill, Crouse, Davies, Decker, Farrell, Ferguson, Foster, Fravel,
Hansen, Harthaus, Howell, Jesso, Johnson, Kernen, Lange, Lumberry, Mc
Cormick, March, Merwin, Miller, Nott, Orr, Page, Peck, Perryman, Phillis,
Skavdahl, Stewart, Strain, Swingle, Tibballs, Tibbs, Timberlake, Vevig, Wills,
Woods and related families.

STRALEY - Family History, by Paul L. Garlick. Stephen Garlick (ca.1750-          FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
1826/1830) moved from New Jersey or New York to Bedford County, Penn-            Item 6
sylvania and married Eave Young. Descendants and relatives lived in Penn-
sylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan,
Oregon, Colorado, California and elsewhere. Allied: Allen, Ballweg, Baugh-
man, Beach, Bernardini, Bequeath, Betz, Bishop, Bottenfield, Bouchard,
Conner, Crawford, Crum, Culp, Dainty, Dixon, Donelson, Edwards, Ensley,
Eversole, Foster, Garlock, Garrick, Giovanni, Gray, Hanks, Harrison, Hart-
ley, Helman, Hostetter, Hunt, Kaufman, Kincaid, Korgman, Latta, Layton,
Lenneville, Madden, Martinelli, McGrew, McNutt, Miller, Morgret, Oates,
Parks, Partin, Phillips, Price, Prickett, Rampley, Reed, Reffner, Rightier,
Root, Ross, Row, Schuman, Settle, Shaw, Sigle, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Steele,
Straley, Thomas, Trueax, Trusty, Waddington, Waldron, Waller, Wharton,
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Whitfield, Wigfield, Zeger and related families.

STRANG - The American descendants of Gottfried and Marie Schultz of                 FHL FILM 1697494-Misc.
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; with selected information on the families of           Item 8
Detief and Elizabeth Seeman and Johannes and Johanna Dehmke. Gott-
fried Schultz was born in 1793 in Kiel. His three sons coame to the United
States about the time of the Civil War and settled in Iowa. Seeman family is
traced to John Seeman (1798-1873), born in Schleswig-Holstein, who died
in Iowa. Dehmeke traced to Johannes Paul Heinrich Dehmke, born in 1846 i
in Danischenhagen. Descendants lived in Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota, Minn-
esota and elsewhere. Allied: Dehmke, Schultz, Seeman, Strang, Thiesen,
Way and related families.

STRATTON - Holcroft & Holdcroft families in America, 1586-1860; Records             FHL FILM 1598184-Misc.
for many of the Holcroft & Holdcroft families who came to America and               Item 8
settled in various states. Not all of these families were related but all of them
came from Ireland and England and were probably related there.These
families settled in Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Kentucky, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Collins, Hitesman,
Holdcraft, Holdcroft, Holcroft, Johnson, Stratton and related families.

STRAWSON - Story of the MacLeods, Smiths, Moores, Strawsons, Thews                  FHL FICHE 6019025
& Stantons in Scotland, England, Canada & the United States. Joseph Britton
Strawson (1828-1893) immigrated from England to land near Caledonia, Ohio
in 1850, later married Mary Stanton in 1761 at Dyersville, Iowa and settled
in Rockville, Illinois. Descendants lived in Illinois, Ohio, Colorado, New
York & elsewhere. Allied: MacLeod, Moore, Ross, Smith, Stanton, Strawson,
Thew and related families.

STRAYER - The Newton Family of Inavale, Nebraska: some descendants                  FHL FILM 1750738-Misc.
of Abram Newton and Margaret Cochrane. Abram Newton (b.1856) was born               Item 74
in Pennsylvania and settled in Nebraska and married Margaret Cochrane.
They were the parents of two children who in turn were the parents of a
njmber of children. Descendants live in Nebraska, Idaho and other states.
Allied: Cochrane, James, Newton, Strayer, Wilson.

STREAM - Packards Progress, Packard & Allied Families Association                   FHL FICHE 6048705
Newsletter and information exchange. Newsletter for the interchange of
genealogical data and history of the Packard and allied families who came
mainly from England. Some ancestors included: Joseph Packard (1684-1777)
and his wife Hannah Manley (1711-1790); and Samuel Packard (1612-1684)
and his wife, Elizabeth (1622-1686). Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors
descendants and allied families of Samuel and Elizabeth, who immigrated
from Windham, England to Hingham, Massachusetts in 1638. Their children
were Elizabeth, Samuel, Hannah, Israel, Zsaccheus, June, Abigail & Deliv-
erance. Other Packard families settled Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts,
New Hampshire and Virginia in the 1600-1700's. During the 1800's, some
migrated to Arizona, Arkansas, California, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
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Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont and Wisconsin. Later descendants and allied
families also lived in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas,
Kentucky, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Wash-
ington D.C., Washington State, Wyoming and elsewhere. Allied: Alger,
Brown, Chilton, Edson, Hart, Lathrop, Lothrop, Lowthrope, Paccard,Packard,
Packer, Pecker, Phillips, Pickard, Pickett, Randall, Randell, Smith, Stream,
Streame, Washburn, Washburne and other realted families.

STREAME - Packards Progress, Packard & Allied Families Association                FHL FICHE 6048705
Newsletter and information exchange. Newsletter for the interchange of
genealogical data and history of the Packard and allied families who came
mainly from England. Some ancestors included: Joseph Packard (1684-1777)
and his wife Hannah Manley (1711-1790); and Samuel Packard (1612-1684)
and his wife, Elizabeth (1622-1686). Focus is on (but not limited to) ancestors
descendants and allied families of Samuel and Elizabeth, who immigrated
from Windham, England to Hingham, Massachusetts in 1638. Their children
were Elizabeth, Samuel, Hannah, Israel, Zsaccheus, June, Abigail & Deliv-
erance. Other Packard families settled Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts,
New Hampshire and Virginia in the 1600-1700's. During the 1800's, some
migrated to Arizona, Arkansas, California, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont and Wisconsin. Later descendants and allied
families also lived in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas,
Kentucky, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Wash-
ington D.C., Washington State, Wyoming and elsewhere. Allied: Alger,
Brown, Chilton, Edson, Hart, Lathrop, Lothrop, Lowthrope, Paccard,Packard,
Packer, Pecker, Phillips, Pickard, Pickett, Randall, Randell, Smith, Stream,
Streame, Washburn, Washburne and other realted families.

STRECKER - Stricker Family; John Stricker & his family immigrated via             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Rotterdam to Philadelphi, Pennsylvania in 1733 settling in Bucks County,          Item 36
Pennsylvania. Descendants through 1968 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania.
Allied: Gaugler, Raudenbush. Strecker, Stricker and related families.

STREET - Turner Genealogy and allied families newsletter. Newsletter              FHL FICHE 6047471
for the collection and interchange of family history and genealogical data
about turner individuals and families within the United States. Includes inter-
change of data between various subscribers to the newsletter, which chiefly
serve as supplements to work entitle: Turner genealogy and allied families,
1769-1970. Allied: Bevard, Caimes, Corrado, Duvall, Rutledge, Street, Turner
and related families.

STRENK - Strenski/Strenk and Kluska immigrants, ca.1867-1988: possible            FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
relatives. Jakob Kluska (b.1873) immigrated in 1902 from Tarnopol, Austria        Item 79
to New York, with a destination of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Another Jacob
Kluska immigrated in 1913 from Austria/Poland to Jamaica, New York. Anna
and Jozsef Kluska immigrated in 1901 from Hungary to New York City.
Anna was going to Stockdale, Pennsylvania; Josef to Export, Pennsylvania;
both came from the same town in Hungary. Emip Pl Strenski/Strenk (b.ca.
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1877) immigrated in 1889 from Poland to Jamaica, New York, and became a
priest in the Roman Catholic Church in Jamaica. Franz/Frank Strenk (b.
1867) immigrated in 1888 from Austria to Long Island City, New York. In
1890, he married Amelia Szignarowitz, a fellow immigrant. A possible Strenk
descendant died in Wayne, Pennsylvania in 1988. Allied: Kluska, Strenk,
Strenski and Szignarowitz families.

STRENSKI- Strenski/Strenk and Kluska immigrants, ca.1867-1988: possible         FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
relatives. Jakob Kluska (b.1873) immigrated in 1902 from Tarnopol, Austria      Item 79
to New York, with a destination of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Another Jacob
Kluska immigrated in 1913 from Austria/Poland to Jamaica, New York. Anna
and Jozsef Kluska immigrated in 1901 from Hungary to New York City.
Anna was going to Stockdale, Pennsylvania; Josef to Export, Pennsylvania;
both came from the same town in Hungary. Emip Pl Strenski/Strenk (b.ca.
1877) immigrated in 1889 from Poland to Jamaica, New York, and became a
priest in the Roman Catholic Church in Jamaica. Franz/Frank Strenk (b.
1867) immigrated in 1888 from Austria to Long Island City, New York. In
1890, he married Amelia Szignarowitz, a fellow immigrant. A possible Strenk
descendant died in Wayne, Pennsylvania in 1988. Allied: Kluska, Strenk,
Strenski and Szignarowitz families.

STRICKER - Stricker Family; John Stricker & his family immigrated via           FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Rotterdam to Philadelphi, Pennsylvania in 1733 settling in Bucks County,        Item 36
Pennsylvania. Descendants through 1968 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania.
Allied: Gaugler, Raudenbush. Strecker, Stricker and related families.

STRICKER - Kiener family pedigree charts ca.1667-1987. Joseph Francis           FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Kiener Sr. (1801-1854) immigrated from Colmar, France to West Point, Iowa,      Item 47
and married Mary Ann Cooperville. Descendants & relatives lived in Iowa
Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Tennessee and elsewhere. Ancestors lived in
France, Germany, Poland and elsewhere. Another Kiener line from this
"green" branch of Colmar, France (in the alsace-Lorraine area, earlier part
of Germany) between 1667and 1987 intermarried with the Kiener line of
Strasbourg (known as the emeral line). Most of the descendants of this inter-
marriage remained in France, with some immigrating to the United States &
some to South Africa. Allied: Alpiner, D'Istria, Golden, Kiener, Morey,
Pierron, Rubenstein, Stricker, Weinstein, Weishaar and related families.

STRICKLAND - The descendants & allied families of John Turner and               FHL FICHE 6088653
Heathy Rives Turner of Bartow County, Georgia. John Turner (1796-1861)
was born in South Carolina and was probably a son of Benjamin Turner
of the Pendelton District. John married Heathy Rives about 1808/10 and
lived in the Charleston District until they moved to Gerogia about 1820. By
1840 they were living in Cass (later Bartow) County, Georgia. Descendants
& relatives lived in South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas
& elsewhere. Allied: Ashmore, Brooks, Chastain, Dodgen, Guest, Mullins,
Strickland, Thompson, Turner and related families.

STRICKLAND - Sarnia pioneers, the Vidal Family, 1784-1982; Richard              FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
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Emeric Vidal (1784-1854), after having served in the Royal Navy, immigrated      Item 13
from England to Sarnia Twp., Lampton County, Ontario about 1832; Descen-
dants lived in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and elsewhere; some des-
cenants immigrated to New York & elsewhere in the United States. Includes
some ancestors in England to 1665; Allied: Henry, Lillies, Morton, Pritchard,
Salter, Strickland, Vidal and related families.

STRICKLER - Forerunner: History or Genealogy of the Stickler families,           UMI FICHE G-557
their kith and kin and many other early families of Shenandoah, Rockingham,
Augusta, Frederick and Page counties of the Shenandoah Valley by Harry
M. Strickler, 1924. Allied: Beaver, Blosser, Brumbach, Brubaker, Burner,
Grove, Kaufmann, Neff, Rothgeb, Ruffner, Shaver, Stover and Zirkle.

STRICKLER - History of the Galley family with local & old-time sketches          FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
in the Yough region. A genealogy & a history of the Galley family who are        Item 8
descendants of Peter Galley who emigrated to America from Germany ca.
1770 & settled in Lancaster County, Pennsyvania. He married Sophia Sterne
ca.1773/74. Descendants & relatives lived in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio,
Iowa, Kansas and elsewhere. Allied: Arnold, Beam, Boyd, Cover, Galley,
Luce, McFadden, Newcomer, Oglevee, Rouse, Shallenberger, Smith, Sny-
der, Stoner, Strickler, Teagarden, Whitefield, Wible and related families.

STRIEDER - Marriage Certificate of Kurt Allstadt and Martha Strieder,            FHL FILM 1036663-Misc.
15 Feb 1915, Manhattan, New York. Both born in Germany. Allied: Allstadt,        Item 5
Strieder.

STRINGFELLOW - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita               FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Jones Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon,         Item 8
was born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia.
He died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South
Carolina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which
they lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina,
later settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in
September 1789 & was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In
1799 Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 &
was buried beside Benjamin & his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
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ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

STROAD - Strode Family records, 1680-1793, from Quaker and civil rec-           FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
ords in England and Chester County, Pennsylvania. George Strode and             Item 37
his wife and family, Quakers, immigrated in 1682(?) from England to Chester
County, Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania,
and Delaware. In: Miscellaneous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam.
Vol. 1, leaves 358-368. Allied: Rubincam, Stroad, Strode, Woodward and
related families.

STROBEL - A partial Genealogical record of the following names: Beard,          FHL FICHE 6018381
Cawley, Fitzgerald, Hard, Hughes, Palmer, Stewart, Strobel.

STROCK - Desc. of Joseph Strock who immigrated from Germany to                  FHL FICHE 6087998
Philadelphia, Philadelphia 1757 settling in Berks County, Pennsylvania and
marrying twice; descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio,Indiana,Illinois,
Kansas & elsewhere. Allied: Christopher, Crow, Draper, Hammill, Hill, Kist-
ler, Strock, Wehr and related families.

STRODE - Strode Family records, 1680-1793, from Quaker and civil rec-           FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
ords in England and Chester County, Pennsylvania. George Strode and             Item 37
his wife and family, Quakers, immigrated in 1682(?) from England to Chester
County, Pennsylvania. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania,
and Delaware. In: Miscellaneous genealogical records/Milton Rubincam.
Vol. 1, leaves 358-368. Allied: Rubincam, Stroad, Strode, Woodward and
related families.

STROMSMOE- Index to "The Hans H. Bangen Family History by Nancy                 FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Stout. Allied: Aubol, Bangen, Estenson, Saugstad, Sergeant, Stromsmoe,          Item 56
Stubson.

STRONG - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled ca. 1719 in              UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
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Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

STRONG - Tuttle (Tuthill)/Harrington Family notebook: 1790 Rutland            FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
County, Vermont; 1800 Athens County, Ohio; 1860 Sullivan County, Missouri; Item 21
1900 McCurtain County, Oklahoma.William Harrington (b.1810/11) was born
in Pennsylvania. He was first located in Athens County, Ohio in 1830 where
he married Phila tuttle. It is believed that William may be the son of Samuel
found in York Twp., Athens County. Phila Tuttle was the fourth child of
Elisha Tuttle and Mary Pubsley of Athens and Washington County, Ohio.
Family members located in Sullivan County, Missouri in 1760 & in McCurtain
County, Oklahoma in 1900. Allied: Bushers, Harrington, Lantroop, Pugsley,
Strong, Trantham, Tuthill, Tuttle and related families.

STROTHER - The Strother family and their Campbell-Cummins connect-            FHL FILM 1321332-Gen.
ions. Allied: Campbell, Cummins, Strother, Struthers.                         Item 8

STROTHER - The Sydney-Smith and Claggett-Price genealogy: Thomas               FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
Joseph Smith (ca.1718-1793) was a son of Sir Sidney (Sydney) Smith, an         Item 12
English nobleman. Thomas married Kitty Anderson, daughter of Sir Walter
Anderson of Wales and the British army. The young couple immigrated to
Richmond (later Fauquier) County, Virginia. Thomas Claggett (d.1703) was
a son of Colonel Edward Clagett of the British army, and immigrated in 1670
from England to Lenardtown, Maryland. John Price (b.1584) and his family
immigrated from Wales to Jamestown, Virginia in 1620, and became a land-
owner in Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives of these three
immigrants lived in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky,
and elsewhere. Includes such family history and genealogical data in England
Wales and elsewhere (with the Smith family often spelling the surname as
Smythe in England). Allied: Anderson, Ball, Brown, Butcher, Clagett, Cooper,
Doniphan, Drake, Fowlke, Harrison, Hawley, Humphry, Lewis, Montgomery,
Moorhead, Mott, Porter, Price, Randolph, Rixey, Smith, Smythe, Strother,
Stuart, Triplett, Waugh and related families.

STROTHERS - Strother-Kerns Bible Records, 1827-1912; Seven sons were          FHL FILM 1697588-Misc.
born to the Strother Family, 1827-1849; William Larken Strother, James Ben-   Item 9
jamin Strother, Burr Daniel Strother, French Strother, Robert Henderson
Strother, John Howard Strother, & James Strother. Alice Kerns was born in
1869; four children were born in the Kerns family, 1905-1912; Pearl Estella
Kerns, Mary Annias Virdia May Kerns, John Henry Matthew Lee Kerns &
Millie Elizabeth Gertrude Kerns. Allied: Kerns, Strother.

STROUD - The history of the name of Stroud and the descendants of             FHL FILM 1321332-Gen.
John Thomas and Ida Ann Smith Stroud.                                         Item 19

STROUD - The Ancestors & Descendants of Joseph Ames Little and his            FHL FILM 1697542-Misc.
wife Mary Gerrish Little. Joseph Ames Little was the only son of Thomas       Item 5
Little and Myra Ames. He was born 24 May 1830 in New Hampshire and
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married Mary Gerrish 1 November 1859. They migrated westward & settled
in Indiana where they reared their six children. Descendants lived primarily
in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and elsewhere. Allied: Childress, Dodge, Gerrish,
Little, Spry, Stroud, Voigt.

STRUBLE - Some descendants of Andrew Dalrymple who immigrated                    FHL FICHE 6019680
from Scotland to Morris County, New Jersey, and his youngest child, Joseph
Dalrymple (1714-1775), married Jane Boyle in 1745 and also lived in Morris
County, New Jersey. Descendants lived in New Jersey, New York & else-
where. Allied: Carrell, Dalrymple, DeWitt, Horton, Phillips, Struble, Trefeth-
an and related families.

STRUCKLE - Collier's Quarterly; Newsletter for the interchange and               FHL FICHE 6055105
collection of genealogical and family history data about Collier individuals
and families within the United States. Allied: Brewster, Collier, Collyer,
Davis, Hensley, Hicks, Howell, Julian, Liddell, Martin, Struckle, Yoho.

STRUTHERS - The Strother family and their Campbell-Cummins connect-              FHL FILM 1321332-Gen.
ions. Allied: Campbell, Cummins, Strother, Struthers.                            Item 8

STRUVE - Ancestral lines of the Doniphan, Frazee and Hamilton families           FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
by Frances Frazee Hamilton. Chiefly ancestors of the author and her hus-         Item 7
band, Lucius Oliver Hamilton, and some of ancestors descendants, with allied
families. Frances Frazee was born in 1866 in Rush County, Indiana, one of
twelve children born to Rev. Ephraim Samuel Frazee (1824-1896) & Frances
Elizabeth Austen Frazee (1827-1910), 1848-1869. Lucius Oliver Hamilton was
born in 1862 in Bracken County, Kentucky, the son of Oliver Theodore
Hamilton (1832-1913) and Sarah Jane Ginn Hamilton (1841-1910). Lucius
Hamilton and Frances Frazee were married in 1889. They had three sons,
1891-1907, born in Rush County, Indiana. Descendants lived in Missouri,
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Arizona, California & elsewhere. Allied:
Armes, Austin, Ball, Belnap, Blair, Brown, Browning, Campbell, Crane,
Croxton, Curtis, Dailey, DeFrees, Derr, Doniphan, Drake, Embree, Fraisy,
Fraiser, Frazee, Garrette, Ginn, Hamilton, Hetzel, Hockaday, Hodgin,Humes,
Keith, King, Littell, Marsh, Maxwell, Metcalf, Miller, Morris, Mothershead,
Mott, Moyer, Murry, Nelson, Oneal, Osborne, Pence, Pickering, Raddin,
Randolf, Robinson, Rogers, Ross, Seaverens, Smith, Spurrier, Struve, Sumey,
Taylor, Teghtmeyer, Thompson, Tucker, Umbei, Walton, Waugh, Weaver,
Williams, Wilson, Worthington, Wright, Wyatt, Young and related families.

STUARB - The Newsletter of the Sherk/Shirk/Sherrick family of the U.S.           FHL FICHE 6047585
and Canada. Allied: Buckholder, Fjarlie, Heisey, Hoover, Johnson, Pipher,
Pugmire, Sherk, Sherrick, Shirk, Stuarb, Stouffer, Walder, Wideman.

STUART - Virginia lineages, letters and memories: Lewises of Portici on          FHL FICHE 6050956
Bull Run: with related families from twenty counties. John Lewis (1594-1657)
immigrated from England to King and Queen County, Virginia. Descendants
and realtives lived in Virginia, Maryland, Florida and eslewhere. Includes
history of Portici or Lewis House (earlier known as Pohoke), Prince
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William, Virginia. Allied: Ball, Carter, Lewis, Stuart, Taliaferro, Thornton,
Washington and related families.

STUART - The Sydney-Smith and Claggett-Price genealogy: Thomas                 FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
Joseph Smith (ca.1718-1793) was a son of Sir Sidney (Sydney) Smith, an         Item 12
English nobleman. Thomas married Kitty Anderson, daughter of Sir Walter
Anderson of Wales and the British army. The young couple immigrated to
Richmond (later Fauquier) County, Virginia. Thomas Claggett (d.1703) was
a son of Colonel Edward Clagett of the British army, and immigrated in 1670
from England to Lenardtown, Maryland. John Price (b.1584) and his family
immigrated from Wales to Jamestown, Virginia in 1620, and became a land-
owner in Henrico County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives of these three
immigrants lived in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky,
and elsewhere. Includes such family history and genealogical data in England
Wales and elsewhere (with the Smith family often spelling the surname as
Smythe in England). Allied: Anderson, Ball, Brown, Butcher, Clagett, Cooper,
Doniphan, Drake, Fowlke, Harrison, Hawley, Humphry, Lewis, Montgomery,
Moorhead, Mott, Porter, Price, Randolph, Rixey, Smith, Smythe, Strother,
Stuart, Triplett, Waugh and related families.

STUBSON - Index to "The Hans H. Bangen Family History by Nancy                  FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Stout. Allied: Aubol, Bangen, Estenson, Saugstad, Sergeant, Stromsmoe,          Item 56
Stubson.

STUDY - Index to "Forney's five family records of genealogy. Allied:            FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Benner, Clapper, Dyke, Ettleman, Forney, Spidell, Study & related families.     Item 63

STUDY - Pedigree charts for the Benner & Labertew families; Common              FHL FILM 1421687-Misc.
ancestral relationships exist among the families listed in the contents. Most   Item 10
are early Pennsylvania Dutch emigrants from Germany in the 1700's. Allied:
Andrews, Benner, Boyce, Clapper, Ettleman, Forney, Hohanshelt, Labertew,
McKee, Study,Waggoner, White and related families.

STUDLEY - Capt. John S. Thompson (1790-1834) and Mary Amy Turner                FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
(1791-1864); John S. Thompson was born in Cherry Valley, New York and           Item 52
married Mary Amy Turner. He died in LeGrange , New York. Descendants
lived in New York Pennsylvania, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon & elsewhere. Allied:
Courter, Kepler, Knoll, Shafer, Sher, Strain, Studley, Thompson and related
families.

STUKEY - History of the Shaver Family; George Shaver (d.1796) immi-             FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
grated from Switzerland or Germany to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania &          Item 65-66
also bought land in Frederick County, Maryland. He married three times,
served in the Revolutionary War & died in Washington County, Maryland.
Descendants lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia & elsewhere. Allied:
Ankeny, Hay, Loud, Miller, Shaver, Shaffer, Stukey, Whetstone & related
families.

STUMP - Some Snoke Families: a collection of Snoke memorabillia, con-           FHL FICHE 6019169
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sisting of family histories, biographies, letters, genealogy and trivia, from
the pens of the late Martin Van Buren Snoke, Frank McElwain Snoke and
other members of the Snoke family. John Snoke (1785-1866) married Hann-
ah Whistler & lived in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Descendants
lived in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Arizona, California, Washington &
elsewhere. Allied: Asper, Burkhart, Davidson, Hensel, Kendig, Snoke,
Stump and related families.

STUMPAGH - Shambaugh families newsletter: project of Shambaughs                 FHL FICHE 6104491
International Inc. Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and
history of the Shambaugh (and varient spellings) families who came maily from
Denmark, Germany & Prussia. Some related families came from France. Some
Shambaughs settled in Pennsylvania & Virginia in the 1700's. Among the immigrant
ancestors featured are: Adolph Schambach who came to America in 1729; and
George Stambach (Sr.) who came in 1749; and Johann Valentin Schamgach.
Some settled in Virginia in the 1700's; During the 1800's some moved to Canada,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants and related families also lived
in Nov Scotia (Canada), India and AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, KS, MI, MS,NE,
NJ, OK, RI, TN, UT, WA, WY and elsewhere. Allied: Boehm, Chambeaux,
Cooper, Dantzler, Doon, Gervin, Haaf, Haff, Hauff, Heckathorn, Hillichioh,
Kozlowski, Penapacker, Pannebeck, Pennypacker, Piatt, Prichard, Rink,
Schambach, Schambo, Schamgack, Schamgaugh, Shambach, Shamback, Sham-
bau, Shambauch, Shambaugh, Shambeauy, Shambline, Shambo, Shambre,
Shanebagh, Shanebaugh, Shembach, Shemback, Shembo, Shawalter, Shewalter,
Shimbaugh, Shombach, Shomback, Shombaugh, Shombough, Shombrook,
Showalter, Shuymbaugh, Shumboh, Shunbough, Slagle, Snider, Stumpagh,
Thompson, Torrence, Willis, Yost, Zambaugh, Zumbaugh and related families.

STURGIS - Ancestral chart of Samuel Booth Sturgis, the son of Sameul &          FHL FILM 0020994-Misc.
Julia Rouen Vautier Sturgis. Samuel Sturgis (1856-1928) was born at Lower       Item 7
Merion, Pennsylvania, the son of Phillip Sturgis (1831-1897) and Angelina
Rodenboh. His wife, Julia Rouen Vautier (b.1857) was the daughter of
Michael Vautier (1831-1859) & Mary Bowler (1835-1821). In: Miscellaneous
pedigree charts, marriage certificates, etc. Allied: Sturgis, Vautier.

STROMSKI - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) & his            FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.      Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
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inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.

STROUD - Stroud and Stubblefield of Virginia; Chiefly a record of some            FHL FICHE 6006988
of the family members of the Stroud and Stubblefield families of Virginia.
Allied: Benskin, David, Easley, Parker, Stroud, Stubblefield and related
families.

STUBBLEFIELD - Stroud and Stubblefield of Virginia; Chiefly a record              FHL FICHE 6006988
of some of the family members of the Stroud and Stubblefield families of
Virginia. Allied: Benskin, David, Easley, Parker, Stroud, Stubblefield and
related families.

STUTZMAN - Johan Jacob Stutzman and two sons, Jacob and Christian                 FHL FICHE 6017923
immigrated from Switzerland to Philadelphis in 1727, settling in Berks County,
Pennsylvania ; Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Michigan, Missouri, Kansas. Allied: Bontrager, Borntragaer, Borntreger,
Miller, Mullet, Stauffer, Stutzman, Troyer, Yoder.

STUYVERS - Interweaving the Stivers, Faurot & DuPuy families. Randall             FHL FILM 1321362-Gen.
Stivers (Randle Stuyvers) (1724/25-1825) married Jennet Skinner ca.1755 &         Item 9
ived & died in New Jersey. Some descendants moved to New York, Ohio,
and elsewhere. Allied: Depue, DuPue, DuPuy, Faurot, Skinner, Stivers,
Stuyvers and related families.

SULLIVAN - The Riddell, Riddle, Ruddell Trail. Periodical for the inter-          FHL FICHE 6047447
change of genealogical data and history of the Riddell (Riddle, Ruddell)
families who came mainly from England, France, Holland, Ireland & Scotland.
Some focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of John Thomas Riddle
(1803-1887), a son of Isaac Riddle and Anna Grizzell, who moved from
Tennessee to Kentucky and converted to the Church of Christ of Latter-
Day Saints. They joined the Mormon pioneer migration from Navoo, Illin-
oise to Kanosh, Millard County, Utah. John Thomas married twice. Other
progenitors include Vincent Robertson (Vinson Robeson) Reddell, Zachar-
iah Riddle Jr., and others. Early ancestors settled in New Jersey in the 1600's
and in Maryland, North Carolina & South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tenness-
ee and Taexas in the 1700's. During the 1800's some migrated to Alabama,
Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri,
Texas, Vermont & the Indian Territory in Oklahoma. Later desendants and
relatives also lived in California, Kansas, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico,
Oklahoma and elsewhere. Some had American Indian and African American
bloodlines. Allied: Arnold, Benson, Blakely, Byrd, Dalton, Etheridge, Giles,
Goates, Horn, Horne, Lewallen, McClutchen, McLaren, McLean, Perry,
Pigg, Rackley, Readeles, Readel, Reddell, Redelle, Rhydale, Richardson,
Riddell, Riddle, Ridel, Ridle, Ridley, Robertson, Ruddell, Ruddle, Rudell,
Ryedale, Sachse, Sullivan, Tidwell, Treadwell, Young and related families.
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SULLIVAN - History of the O'Sullivan Clan in Ireland, especially in             FHL FILM 0962187-Ireland
Bantry and Berehaven. Sir Thomas White settled in the south of Ireland.         Item 3
Allied: O'Sullivan, Sullivan and White.

SULLIVAN - The genealogy and history of the ancestors of Vera Leona             FHL FILM 1036825-Misc.
"Lee" Dean, b. 19 Dec. 1926 at Boothe Hill (Wagoner) OK; Allied: Atchley,       Item 5
Atkinson, Brooks, Byrd, Carter, Castleberry, Chaffin, Cook, Collins, Criner,
Curtis, Davis, Dean, Dickey, Duck, Duncan, Hamilton, Hill, Hollis, Hood,
Jones, Lively, McAnulty, McCutcheon, Martin, Powers, Ross, Rush, Shearrer,
Standridge, Sullivan, Talley, Thompson, Ward, Wilson, Yates.

SULLIVAN - Flowers Kith & Kin: a record of the descendants of Thomas            FHL FILM 1321129-Misc.
Flowers thru Henry and Nancy (Adams) Flowers. Thomas Flowers was born           Item 6
in England on April 16, 1740. Just when he came to America is not known,
but there is evidence that he probably lived in Virginia prior to settling in
Duplin County, North Carolina. Nothing is known of his wife. This book is
a record of the descendants of Thomas Flowers through Henry and Nancy
Flowers, Amite County, Mississippi pioneers of 1812. Henry Flowers, son of
Thomas Flowers of Duplin County, North Carolina was born February 2,
1787, grew to manhood in South Carolina, living in the Edgefield District
near Barnwell. Married Nancy Adams (b.11 February 1794) one of seven
daughters of William Adams Sr. They were married 1 October 1852. Nancy
Adams Flowers died 14 November 1870. Descendants lived in Mississippi,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri & elsewhere. Allied: Barron, Bridges, Burris,
Callia, Carruth, Cobb, Darville, Denman, Fletcher, Flowers, Foster, Hales,
Harrell, Hewett, Hines, Holmes, Impson, Lane, McGehee, Magee, Marsalis,
Norell, Quackenbush, Robinson, Spears, Sullivan, Turner, Watts, Webb,
Wilson, Wood and related families.

SULLIVAN - Morton & allied families; Joseph Morton (1780-1855) & his            FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
wife, Jemina Harrell (1786-1876), were born in Virginia or North Carolina.      Item 4
They were married in 1801. They had fourteen children, ca.1801-ca.1832.
The family migrated from Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, ca.1806; &
to Pike County, Indiana, in 1845. Descendants lived in Indiana & elsewhere.
Allied: Allen, Anderson, Arnold, Aydelotte, Bailey, Barnett, Beadles, Be-
loat, Benjamin, Black, Bonnenberger, Borders, Brenton, Brittain, Brown,
Capehart, Carter, Chester, Conger, Corn, Cox, Craig, Curtis, Dearing, Dal-
ton, Dibartolomeo, Eddleman, English, Foster, Gamble, Gipson, Griffith,
Hale, Hamm, Heger, Hodal, Hollon, Howard, Hunley, Izard, Jackson, John-
son, Jones, Kinman, Kirby, Kohlmeyer, Leinebach, Long, Longest, Luttrull,
Miller, Morgan, Morton, Nelson, Newkirk, Nichols, Norrington, Oleo,
O'Neal, Padgett, Pipes, Powers, Rainey, Ramsey, Richardson, Ridge, Rob-
inson, Robling, Russ, Samuels, Satterfield, Scales, Scherer, Scott, Selby,
Smith, Smothers, Songer, Stephens, Sturomski, Sullivan, Tate, Taylor,
Thomas, Tisdale, Traylor, Turner, Tuttle, Vaughn, Vinyard, Ward, West,
Whitacare, White, Wiggs, Williams, Willis, Wineinger, Woods, Young,
Yowell, Yetmeyer and related familes.
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SULLIVAN - The Herdon & Connor families, kith and kin, by Rita Jones             FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
Elliott. Benjamin Herndon, son of Joseph and Mary Boswell Herndon, was           Item 8
born 10 December 1749 in Drysdale parish, Caroline County, Virginia. He
died 30 December 1819 at his home "Mollihon" near Whitmire, South Carol-
ina. Benjamin married Sarah Pines on 23 February 1769, after which they
lived in Culpepper County, Virginia, Wilkes County, North Carolina, later
settling near Whitmire, South Carolina. Sarah Pines Herndon died in Sept-
ember 1789 and was buried in the family burial plot near their home. In 1799
Benjamin married Patience Terry Glenn, a widow. He died in 1823 and was
buried beside Benjamin and his first wife in the family burial ground. Des-
cendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Washington, D.C., West Virginia,
California, Arizona and elsewhere. It is said that the family name was origin-
ally O'Connor and that the ancestors of our George Connor Sr.., immigrated
to America from Ireland. He was born 29 January 1759. He and his wife Anna
lived in Caroline County, Virginia, where one of their sons was born. By 1790
they had relocated in what is now present day Greenwood County, South
Carolina. It was here that George died in 1827, his wife in 1825, and both are
buried in old Tabernacle Cemetery. Allied: Aiken, Allen Arthur, Bailey,
Baker, Barnett, Bartran, Bentley, Berry, Bethea, Blasingame, Broome, Brown,
Burnam, Calder, Caldwell, Chandler, Connor, Cook, Cox, Dannelly, Davis,
Dew, Dogan, Dowling, DuBose, Duncan, Ellis, Fair, Gamble, Gist, Glenn,
Griffith, Hall, Harned, Harris, Herndon, Hill, Hodge, Hodges, Horton, Jenn-
ings, Johnson, Jones, Kernodle, King, Lach, Landaer, Lawing, Ledbetter,
Lee, Lewis, Lindamood, Lowery, Lowry, Marketh, McCarroll, MacGhee,
McKie, Mellen, Moore, Munger, Oliver, Owens, Parker, Peacock, Peeler,
Pegues, Prichard, Reynolds, Rice, Rodger, Sadler, Sale, Schaife, Scott,
Shackelford, Simkins, Simmons, Smith, Stackhouse, Stringfellow, Sullivan,
Thompson, Todd, Treutlen, Van Houten, Walker, Way, Wehling, Wharton,
Whatley, Wilkins, Williamson, Winn, Woodward, Wright, & related families.

SUMEY - Ancestral lines of the Doniphan, Frazee and Hamilton families            FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
by Frances Frazee Hamilton. Chiefly ancestors of the author and her hus-         Item 7
band, Lucius Oliver Hamilton, and some of ancestors descendants, with allied
families. Frances Frazee was born in 1866 in Rush County, Indiana, one of
twelve children born to Rev. Ephraim Samuel Frazee (1824-1896) & Frances
Elizabeth Austen Frazee (1827-1910), 1848-1869. Lucius Oliver Hamilton was
born in 1862 in Bracken County, Kentucky, the son of Oliver Theodore
Hamilton (1832-1913) and Sarah Jane Ginn Hamilton (1841-1910). Lucius
Hamilton and Frances Frazee were married in 1889. They had three sons,
1891-1907, born in Rush County, Indiana. Descendants lived in Missouri,
Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Arizona, California & elsewhere. Allied:
Armes, Austin, Ball, Belnap, Blair, Brown, Browning, Campbell, Crane,
Croxton, Curtis, Dailey, DeFrees, Derr, Doniphan, Drake, Embree, Fraisy,
Fraiser, Frazee, Garrette, Ginn, Hamilton, Hetzel, Hockaday, Hodgin,Humes,
Keith, King, Littell, Marsh, Maxwell, Metcalf, Miller, Morris, Mothershead,
Mott, Moyer, Murry, Nelson, Oneal, Osborne, Pence, Pickering, Raddin,
Randolf, Robinson, Rogers, Ross, Seaverens, Smith, Spurrier, Struve, Sumey,
Taylor, Teghtmeyer, Thompson, Tucker, Umbei, Walton, Waugh, Weaver,
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Williams, Wilson, Worthington, Wright, Wyatt, Young and related families.

SUMNER - Sumner Family History, by William S. Sumner.                       FHL FILM 1036043-Misc.
                                                                            Item 4

SUMMERS - Kilpatrick & Allied Families; Jesse Kilpatrick (1768-1853) was    FHL FICHE 6087948
born in New Jersey and lived in Monmouth Counth, New Jersey in early
adulthood. Descendants & relatives lived in New Jersey, New York, New
New England, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota,
and elsewhere. Allied: Harrington, Hixson, Kilpatrick, McCurdy, Montayne,
Summers, Witherow, Withrow, Woodrow and related families.

SUMMERS - Summers Family.                                                   FHL FILM 0823709-Gen.
                                                                            Item 3

SUMMERS - Francis Summers of London County, Virginia.                       FHL FILM 0823709-Gen.
                                                                            Item 4

SUMNER - Descendants of Exum Drake. Exum Drake lived in Southhamp-
ton County, Virginia. Richard Drake (1775-1857), one of his sons, married
Pheraba Bryant and moved to Emanuel County, Georgia. Descendants and
relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Texas and elsewhere. Allied: Bryant, Drake, Flanders, Holley, Hutcheson,
Kea, Key, Lawson, Redding, Sumner, Thomson and related families.
                                                                               FHL
Vol. 3______________________________________________________________ FICHE 6048875
                                                                               FHL
Vol. 4______________________________________________________________ FICHE 6093558

SUMPTER - Sumpter-Blunk genealogical data 1798-1968; Edward D.              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
Sumpter (b.1799) moved from Virginia to Wrightsville, Pennsylvania and      Item 57
married Mariah Flurry in 1834; They moved to Medina, Ohio and later to
Vernon, Indiana; Descendants lived in Indiana, Illinois and eslewhere.
Allied: Blunk, Fincham, Hurt, Kirkpatrick, Miller, Ray, Sumpter.

SUNKEL - Earl history of the Sunkel (Sunkle) Family; Wilhelm (William)      FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Sunkel was born in Schulabaugh, Bavaria, Germany in 1816, he came to        Item 36
America in 1850, with his family.

SUNKLE - Earl history of the Sunkel (Sunkle) Family; Wilhelm (William)      FHL FILM 1033990-Misc.
Sunkel was born in Schulabaugh, Bavaria, Germany in 1816, he came to        Item 36
America in 1850, with his family.

SUPINGER - Hixson/Spencer/Day family genealogical data, 1576-1976 by        FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
Zelpha W. Hixson, B. Coalt. William Hixson (ca.1650-1722) married twice     Item 27
& lived at Maidenhead, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Descendants
(many spelling the surname Hixson or Hickson) & relatives lived in New
Jersey, New England, New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio & else-
where. Includes some ancestry to 1576 in England & elsewhere. Allied:
Booth, Day, Hanks, Hickson, Hixon, Hixson, Pattison, Spencer, Supinger
and related families.
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SURBER - A record of descendants of John Nicholos Opel and Phebe                FHL FICHE 6019676
Ann (Sloan) Opel. Wolfgang Opel (1794-1879) married Anna K. Fisher and
immigrated in 1854 from Germany to Sullivan County, Missouri. Descendants
lived in Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Behymer, Fisher, McNear, Nations,
Opel, Robinson, Surber, Troyer and related families.

SUTCLIFFE - The Ancestors & Descendants of William Clopton of                   FHL FICHE 6050108
York County, Virginia; with record of some of his descendants to which are      & UMI FICHE G-54
added royal lines, Magna Carta sureties, charters, wills, deeds, etc. William
Clopton (b.1655) son of William Clopton & Elizabeth Sutcliffe, immigrated
from England to York County, Virginia, and married Ann Booth about 1677/
1678. Descendants & relatives lived in Virginia, Mississippi, Tennessee,
Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma & elsewhere. Includes much genealogy &
family history about ancestry in England. Allied: Acworth, Basset, Belhous,
Calthorpe, Cave, Chastelyn, D'Arcy, Despencer, Drew, Drury, Echyngham,
Foote, Howard, Jenny, Joyle, Kearney, Knevet, Lunesford, Maydstone,
Mills, Perrin, Playters, Stapleton, Sutcliffe, Waldegrave, Wentworth and
related families.

SUTHARD - Stephens: Bible records, 1883-1939, and family genealog-              FHL FICHE 6018659
ical data, 1798-1933. Cecil Clarke Stephens (b.1883) was born in Elk County,
Kansas and married alice B. Suthard in 1903 in Stillewater, Oklahoma. Bible
records include descendants to 1939. Other genealogical data covers the
Stephens and Suthard anacestry to 1798, living in Kansas, Kentucky and
Virginia, with some ancestors living in Ontario and Nova Scotia. Allied:
Edmiston, McDermond, Richards, Stephens, Suthard, Troyer and related
families.

SUTHERLAND - A partial record of the descendants of Valentin Knech-             FHL FILM 1321408-Misc.
tel and Eva Maria Gluck. Valentin Knechtel (1776-ca.1856), son of Jakob         Item 5
Knechtel (1750-1814) and Magdalena Strack, married Eva Maria Glucd in
1799. They immigrated in 1831 from Germany to Preston, Ontario. Descen-
dants & relatives lived in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British
Columbia & elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to Michigan, Wiscon-
sin, Minnesota, South Dakota & elsewhere in the United States. Allied: Bech-
tel, Bibelheimer, Durst, Glucd, Gluck, Helwing, Knechtel, Luneke, McClay,
Nechtel, Oppertshauser, Quast, Seegmiller, Schlotzhauser, Schmitt, Suther-
land, Zimmer, Zurbrigg and related families.

SUTTLE - The Letts line: A family genealogy. This Letts family begins           FHL FILM 1697765-Misc.
with William Letts who came to America from England in 1665. He landed          Item 7
in Elizabethtown, New Jersey. He married Elizabeth Laud in 1667. They
had two children and Elizabeth died about 1685/86. He then married his
second wife Ann and had two more children. Descendants are living in
New Jersey, Virginia, Texas and elsewhere in the United States. Allied:
Bright, Brockway, Fisher, Koontz, Letts, Moore, Platt, Settle, Sparkman,
Suttle, Varnell and related families.
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


SUTTON - Woolery Family Genealogy Data. ca.1750-1938; Alexander                   FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
or Henry Woolery married Anna Belle Slicer (1800-1886) in 1833 in Bourbon         Item 35
County, Kentucky. William A. Woolery (1833-1880) a son born in Lexington,
Kentucky, married Jennie Elizabeth Brooks in 1859 in Sidney, Ohio. Hattie
(Woolery) Tobey was a daughter of William and Jennie Elizabeth & Leona
Tobey was a granddaughter. Includes three generations of ancestry for
Jennie Elizabeth Brooks to about 1750, living in Ohio, New York, New Jer-
sey, and elsewhere. Allied: Clarke, Slicer, Sutton, Thompson, Tobey, Wool-
ery and related families.

SVENSSON - Pioneer history of Sven & Anna (Persson) Olson (1816-1898).            FHL FILM 1320832-Misc.
Biographical Sketch of Sven Olson (1816-1883) and his wife, Anna (Persson)        Item 49
Olson (1819-1898). Sven was born to Ola Svensson and Kerstin Persson at
at Halmstad, Malmohus, Sweden. He married Anna and they had a family of
six children ( 3 girls and 3 boys) when they became Mormon converts in
1857/1858. In 1859 they immigrated (via England and Ellis Island, New York)
to Salt Lake City. They settled first at Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete County & moved
the next spring to Moroni, Sanpete County, Utah. Descendants and relatives
lived in Moroni, Manti and elsewhere. Allied: Anderson, Johnson, Madsen,
Morley, Olson, Persson, Svensson and related families.

SWAIN - 160 Allied families by John Osborne Austin, 1893. Surnames                UMI FICHE G-2734
include: Adams, Albro, Aldborough, Aldrich, Aldridge, Aldred, Allen, Allin,
Allyn, Andrews, Arnold, Arnholt, Austin, Austen, Astin, Banbesey, Barker,
Bartholomew, Batchelder, Bachiller, Batchelor, Bean, Beane, Bernington,
Botts, Brackett, Briggs, Buffum, Bugbee, Bugby, Bunker, Burr, Burton,
Busecot, Butler, Card, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Clarke,
Cleaves, Cleeves, Coffin, Cofyn, Cophin, Comb, Combe, Condon, Cong-
don, Cook, Cooke, Crandall, Crow, Crowell, Daniell, Daniels, Davies, Davis,
Denslow, Derby, Dungan, Dungin, Eddy, Ede, Eddy, Edye, Eldred, Eld-
redge, Eldridge, Eur, Ewer, Fairbanks, Fish, Follet, Folliot, Folloth, Fosten,
Foster, Forster, Frier, Gamage, Gardner, Gardiner, Giffard, Gifford, God-
frey, Gorham, Gorum, Gorton, Gould, Grover, Gully, Hacker, Hall, Han-
son, Harris, Harvey, Haskett, Haucksie, Haward, Haxie, Hayward, Hey-
wood, Herrige, Hodge, Hodges, Holbrook, Holliman, Holyman, Hopcot,
Howell, House, How, Howe, Howes, Howland, Hoxie, Hoxsey, Humphrey,
Hussey, Ive, Ives, Jacob, Jefferay, Jeffrey, Jeffries, Johnson, Kellett, Kelly,
Knowles, Laighton, Lambert, Latham, Lathom, Lawton, Layton, Larned,
Learned, Lewkenor, Lockwood, Macy, Macey, Marble, Meacham, Meader,
Melward, Mitton, Munn, O'Kelly, O'Killia, Osborn, Osborne, Otis, Owen,
Oxston, Paddack, Paddock, Padocke, Paine, Payne, Pesk, Peckam, Peckcom,
Peckham, Penbridge, Phillips, Pearce, Pearse, Peirce, Pierce, Porter, Potter,
Pratt, Presbury, Prince, Putnam, Reynolds, Sares, Sayer, Seald, Seale, Sears,
Severance, Severins, Shattuck, Simonds, Sisson, Smith, Southwick, Spooner,
Stafford, Stevens, Stone, Stoughton, Swain, Taafe, Taft, Tallman, Talman,
Tolman, Tew, Thatcher, Tayer, Thayer, Thember, Thompson, Tilley, Trask,
Tripp, Tuthill, Tuttle, Ure, Utter, Warner, Warnestead, Weare, Weden,
Weeden, Westcot, Westcott, Wheeler, Whipple, Whitacre, Whitaker, White,
Wing, Witter, Wood, Wyer and Young.
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SWAINE - A genealogical chart of the paternal ancestry of George Parme-           FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
lee Castle for whom it was compiled. Henry Castle (1613-1697/98) immigrated       Item 4
from England to Virginia in 1635, and settled in Fairfield, Connecticut where
he married Abigail Finch in 1666. They later moved to Woodbury, Connect-
icut. Descendants lived in New England, New York, Ohio and elsewhere.
Direct descendant Samuel Northrup Castle (1808-1894), moved to Honolulu,
Hawaii before 1863, and was active in business and politics there. Allied:
Castle, Frisbee, Northrup, Parmelee, Platt, Swaine, Tyler and related families.

SWALLOW - Autobiographical sketch of Alfred M. Swallow, a Mormon                  FHL FILM 1036428-Misc.
who was born in Fillmore, Utah and later moved to White Pine County,              Item 13
Nevada. He married twice and lived in Nevada, Colorado and Salt Lake
City, Utah.

SWAMP - One Gaugler Line: Additon; Samuel R. Gaugler (1877-1943)                  FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
married Mary Miller & had eight children; includes other Gaugler individ-         Item 25
uals between 1730-1964. Allied: Badman, Butterweck, Gaugler, Swamp and
related families.

SWAN - Bassett-Preston Ancestors. A history of the ancestors in                   UMI FICHE G-836
America of Marion (Bassett) Luitweiler, Howard Murray Bassett, Preston
Rogers Bassett, Isabael (Bassett) Wasson, and Helen (Bassett) Hauser,
children of Edward M. and Annie (Preston) Bassett, by Belle Preston, 1930.
Allied: Adams, Aldis, Andrews, Auger, Babcock, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin,
Ballard, Bangs, Barber, Bartlett, Bassett, Bird, Birdsey, Bixby, Bond, Bourne,
Bower, Boynton, Brewster, Brigham, Brooks, Brown, Bull, Carpenter, Case,
Chandler, Chase, Chickering, Chipman, Clark, Clarke, Colby, Cole, Collier,
Colson, Cooke, Crosby, Crowell, Currier, Curtis, Damon, Dare, Deming,
Detton, Draper, Dummer, Durham, Dwight, Dyer, Eames, Eldridge, Eliot,
Ellis, Emery, Fisher, Fisk, Follansbee, Ford, Forsyth, Forsaith, Freeman,
Fuller, Graham, Gridley, Gunn, Hallett, Halsey, Harding, Hardy, Harris,
Hart, Haven, Hawes, Hawkins, Hazeltine, Hinckley, Hitchings, Holt, Hopkins,
Howell, Howes, Howland, Hyde, Ibrook, Ingersoll, Jackson, Jennings,
Johnson, Joyce, Judd, Kimball, Langhorn, Longhorn, Lovell, Lumpkin,
Makepeace, Marryott, McEwen, McMurphy, Meachem, Miller, Moore,
Moses, Murray, Mygatt, Nash, Newell, North, Norton, Orton, Parrat, Pem-
berton, Pettingill, Pierce, Pool, Porter, Prence, Prentice, Preston, Raines-
ford, Reed, Rescoe, Rice, Risse, Rist, Rogers, Roscoe, Russell, Sawyer,
Scott, Sears, Sewall, Skiff, Smith, Soule, Steele, Stewart, Stickney, Swan,
Talcott, Taylor, Tenny, Thompson, Tidd, Tilley, Thrall, Tolford, Tomson,
Tower, Trask, Treat, Trumbull, Tuller, Wadsworth, Waite, Warner, Watson,
Webster, Welles, Wetherbee, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whiting, Whit-
marsh, Wilcoxson, Williams Woodruff, Wyart and Wyatt.

SWAN - The Parke Scrapbook; Robert Parke immigrated to America                    FHL FILM 1697555-Misc.
with the Winthrop Fleet which settled in Roxburg, Massachusetts ca. 1630.         Item 1-3
He moved to Wethersfield, Connecticut after giving his home to his son,
William Parke. Robert Parke was very active in town and church affairs.
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His first wife was Martha Chaplin. Two children were born of this marriage.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York and elsewhere.
Includes Parke ancestry and genealogical data in England to 1400 A.D.
Facsim. Of the "Records of the Separate Church (Preston, Connecticut)
by Rev. Paul Park, from 1747-1800". Allied: Avery, Burrows, Denison,
Gallup, Geer, Hewitt, Holmes, Morgan, Palmer, Park, Parkes, Parks, Smith,
Stanton, Swan, Wheeler, Williams, Witter and related families.

SWANEY - Jennings-Williams lineage 1740-1979; Benjamin Jennings, born            FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
1749, immigrated from England to Powhatan, Virginia and married widow            Item 47
Rebecca McIntire; Descendants lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas,
Washington and elsewhere. Allied: Doety, Jennings, Swaney, Williams and
related families.

SWANK - Joseph E. Christy of Darke County, Ohio and Champaign                    FHL FILM 1421845-Misc.
County, Illinois. Joseph E. Christy (1805-1866) was born in Pennsylvania,        Item 14
according to the 1850 U.S. Census record for Allen Twp., Darke County,
Ohio. He is buried in the Beekman Cemetery, formerly known as the De-
vore Cemetery, on the bank of the Sangamon River in Champaign County,
 Illinois. His second wife. Elizabeth A. (1826-1873) is buried beside him. He
was the father of two families. The first family were all born in Ohio and are
listed in the 1870 U.S. Census for East Bend Twp., Champaign County, Ill-
inois and lists Elizabeth A. Christy as the head of the family. Descendants
live in Illinois and elsewhere. Allied: Christy, Cox, Hirtzel, Kimble, Swank,
Wren and related families.

SWANN - The Dodson family of Warren County, Tennessee and                        FHL FICHE 6050964
allied families. Reverend Jesse Dodson was probably born in Fauquier
County, Virginia, on 22 November 1752 and died on 22 November 1843 in
McMinn County, Tennessee. Allied: Bonner, Bottoms, Chisum, Christian,
Gribble, Jennings, McGregor, Powell, Swann and related families.

SWANN - A genealogical record of the Davis, Swann and Cabell families          FHL FILM 1321362-Gen.
of North Carolina and Virginia. In the 1720's four Davis brothers, Jehu, John, Item 7
William and Roger, emigrated from the British Isles to Massachusetts, then
to South Carolina. They located permanently in North Carolina ca.1725.
William Swann immigrated to Virginia ca.1616 and William Cabell immigrated
there ca.1724. Allied: Cabell, Davis, Swann.

SWARTHWOOD- The Swartwout Chronicles, 1338-1899 and the Ketelhuyn                FHL FILM 1035985-Misc.
Chronicles 1451-1899; Tomys Swartwout (b.1607) married Hendrickje                Item 3
Barents in 1631, and in 1652 they immigrated from Amsterdam, The Nether-
lands to what became Flatbush, Long Island, New York, later moving to
New Amsterdam. Descendants lived in New York and elsewhere. Includes
ancestors to 1338 to The Netherlands and Germany, together with descen-
dants of relatives in The Netherlands. Allied: Brett, Creek, Ketelhuyn,
Kittle, Livingston, River,Swarthwout, Swartwood, Swartwout and related
families.
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SWARTHWOUT - The Swartwout Chronicles, 1338-1899 and the Ketelhuyn              FHL FILM 1035985-Misc.
Chronicles 1451-1899; Tomys Swartwout (b.1607) married Hendrickje               Item 3
Barents in 1631, and in 1652 they immigrated from Amsterdam, The Nether-
lands to what became Flatbush, Long Island, New York, later moving to
New Amsterdam. Descendants lived in New York and elsewhere. Includes
ancestors to 1338 to The Netherlands and Germany, together with descen-
dants of relatives in The Netherlands. Allied: Brett, Creek, Ketelhuyn,
Kittle, Livingston, River,Swarthwout, Swartwood, Swartwout and related
families.

SWARTWOUT - The Swartwout Chronicles, 1338-1899 and the Ketelhuyn               FHL FILM 1035985-Misc.
Chronicles 1451-1899; Tomys Swartwout (b.1607) married Hendrickje               Item 3
Barents in 1631, and in 1652 they immigrated from Amsterdam, The Nether-
lands to what became Flatbush, Long Island, New York, later moving to
New Amsterdam. Descendants lived in New York and elsewhere. Includes
ancestors to 1338 to The Netherlands and Germany, together with descen-
dants of relatives in The Netherlands. Allied: Brett, Creek, Ketelhuyn,
Kittle, Livingston, River,Swarthwout, Swartwood, Swartwout and related
families.

SWARTZ - Some account of Jacob Oberholtzer who settled about 1719 in            UMI FICHE G-1617
Franconia Twp., Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and some of his des-
cendants in America; Allied: Alderfer, Armbrust, Auman, Bauer, Bell, Ber-
gey, Bingeman, Boehmer, Boorse, Bowman, Brandt, Brian, Bricker, Bru-
nner, Bryan, Cassel, Clemens, Cognate, Cressman, Cunningham, Detweil-
er, DeWitt, Frederick, Fretz, Funk, Gearhart, Gehman, Gilbert, Gross, Hack-
man, Henry, Hill, Hintz, Histand, Holcombe, Holly, Houk, Hunsberger,
Johnson, Kaser, Kelly, Kindig, Kindy, Krey, Kulp, Landis, Leister, Loehr,
Loomis, Lundy, McCreery, McFarland, McMartin, Markley, Meyer, Moor,
Morgan, Morrow, Moyer, Musselman, Myers,Nold, Pawling, Pelton, Pratt,
Proffitt, Randall, Reiff, Rinehard, Renninger, Rininger, Roosa, Roth, Schott,
Schumacher, Schwenk, Shaddinger, Sheppard, Shoemaker, Shounk, Silvius,
Smith, Snyder, Stauffer, Strong, Swartz, Taylor, Tidball, Tyson, Van Leber,
Vanata, Wachtel, Ward, Willis, Yoder, Yother, Youngken, Ziegler & related
families.

SWARTZ - Dorn Family; Johannes (John) Adams Dorn (d.1800/01) of                 FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
German lineage, lived in Bucks County, Pennsylvania ca. 1791. descen-           Item 32
dants listed thru 1966 lived chiefly in Pennsylvania. Includes disscussion of
his possible ancestry through 1749. Allied: Crouthamel, Dorn, Durn, Kramer,
Roth, Swartz, Yocum and related families.

SWARTZ - A Schwarta Family History; Abraham Schwartz (1701-1787) &              FHL FILM 1307509-Misc.
his brother Andrew Schwartz, sons of Andreas Schwartz, immigrated from          Item 63
Germany to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1727. Abraham married twice and
settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Andrew married Catharine Kline
(Klein) and lived in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived
in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated
to Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. Includes ancestors in Germany, Eng-
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land, Scotland and elsewhere. Allied: Dryden, Isreal, Moulder, Schwartz,
Swartz, Wildfong and related families.

SWEARINGEN - The Lillard-Bonner genealogical collection. Prater-Prather            FHL FICHE 6005670
families: with allied lines in Maryland, the Carolinas, Kentucky, Indiana and
other states; with boigraphical notes on the collectors. Allied: Adair, Applegate,
Austin, Bartlett, Beall, boyd, Burns, Burnside, Collins, Coulter, Duckett, John-
son, Lillard, McGaffigan, Morgan, Mulikin, Prater, Prather, Prator, Sprigg,
Swearingen, Walker.

SWEARINGEN - Our Horner Ancestors, Williams Horner of Fayette                    FHL FICHE 6087610
County, Pennsylvania, son of Thomas Horner of Baltimore County, Mary-
land & family genealogy, ca.1700-1973. Thomas Horner was probably born
ca,1700/05 (place unknown) and was in Baltimore (now Harford) County,
Maryland in 1741, when he married Grace (Preston) Anderson, widow of
Charles Anderson. He died in 1756. Allied: Bumgarner, Gilbert, Horner,
Mitchell, Moore, Preston, Snively, Swearingen, Walters, Waters, West and
related families.

SWEARINGEN - Swearingen Family Bible Records transcript, 1719-                   FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
1881, Adena Ross County, Ohio. Van Swearingen (b.1719) was a son of              Item 37
Thomas and Lydia Swearingen and in 1743 he married Saray (?). Includes
descendants and relatives to 1881 living in Virginia, Massachusetts, Wash-
ington D.C., Florida, Texas and chiefly in Adena, Ross County, Ohio and
elsewhere in Ohio. Allied: King, Macomb, Mansfield, Pomeroy, Swearingen,
Watts, Worthington and related families.

SWEET - Sweet Family Bible. Contains records of the family of William A.         FHL FILM 0945224-Misc.
Sweet and Julia Annah Vaughn who were married on 17 May 1846 in New-             Item 2
port, Rhode Island. In: Bible records from the Newport Historical Society,
Rhode Island. Allied: Sweet, Vaughn.

SWEET - Notes on the Merritt Stone Family, 1843-1987, Geauga County,             FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
Ohio, 1785-1987; Merritt Stone Jr. (1819-1879), a son fo Merritt Stone Sr. was   Item 60
born in Lenox, Ashtabula County, Ohio. He married Catherine Woodruff,
and they settled in Hambden, Ohio. Descendants & relatives lived in Ohio,
New York, Nebraska & elsewhere. Allied: Davids, Hubbard, Quiggle,
Sweet, Stone, Woodin, Woodruff and related families.

SWEET- John Kennestone (Kynaston) (1615-1678) immigrated from                    FHL FILM 1597666-Misc.
England c.1644 as a Quaker. Married Agnes Moody, lived in Portsmouth,            Item 7
NH; Allied: Azeltine, Box, Heath, Kenison, Kennestone, Kynaston, Moody,
Rapp, Sweet.

SWEETSER - First six generations of the Bradish family in America. Robert        FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Bradish immigrated probably from England to Cambridge, Massachusetts             Item 1
during or before 1635, and married twice. Includes descendants and relatives
living through six generations in New England, New York and elsewhere.
Allied: Bradish, Fisk, Frothingham, Goodwin, Robinson, Sweetser, Wood.
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SWEETSER - Micah Whitney, Revolutionary soldier, & his twelve children           FHL FILM 1421705-Misc.
settled early in Phillips, Maine: Jacob and Joseph Whitney came to Phillips,     Item 5
1792. Salmon Whitney appeared in letter E Plantation, 1810. John Whitney
(b.1589), of Flemish lineage, immigrated from England to Watertown, Massa-
chusetts in 1635, and married twice. Micah Whitney (1752-1832), direct des-
cendant in the fifth generation, married Hannah Cobb in 1779, served in the
Revolutionary War, and lived in York Gorham, Gray and Phillips, Maine.
Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Minnesota and
elsewhere. Allied: Byron, Harden, McKenzie, Staples, Stinchfield, Sweetser
and related families.

SWIFT - Family Bible records, 1826-1911. John A. Merry (1826-1900) was           FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts and sent to New Lebanon, New York in           Item 73
1847 to marry Ellen Sophia Hungerford from St. Armond, Quebec. They
lived in Pittsfield until about 1855, when they immigrated to Byron, Ontario.
They returned to New Lebanon, New York later, as did most of their child-
ren. Includes descendants to 1911 in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New
York, Ontario and elsewhere. Allied: Angell, Briggs, Hungerford, Merry,
Nickols, Prouty, Swift and related families.

SWIFT - The Genealogy of the Gifford Family from Massachusetts to                FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Maine. William Gifford (d.1739?) evidently arrived in New England with his       Item 1
wife, Elizabeth Grant and three children about 1743. They had at least six
more children in America. William married secondly Mary Mills on 16 May
1683 at the Sandwich Friends Monthly Meeting. She died 10 February 1734.
She died intestate. She was the daughter of John and Sarah Mills of Black-
point, Massachusetts, (now Scarborough, Maine). Descendants lived in
Maine, Massachusetts, Iowa, Washington and elsewhere. Allied: Allen,
Atwood, Bates, Bowerman, Bowman, Case, Charneski, Clark, Davis, Dill-
ingham, Ellis, Emery, Fairbrother, Fish, Gifford, Gray, Hatch, Higgins, Hobbs,
Hoxie, Jenkins, Jones, Kirby, Mayo, Nye, Oulston, Perkins, Perry, Robin-
son, Rose, Shepherd, Steen, Stevens, Swift, Taber, Tobey, Tripp, Tupper,
Warren and related families.

SWIFT - Ehle ancestry, with notes on VanSlyck, Douw, Nellis, Dygert,             FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Dockstader, Cook, Veeder and Fonda. Johannes Jacob Ehle (ca.1690-ca.             Item 5
1782) immigrated from the Palatinate of Germany to Schoharie, New York
in 1722, and moved to Montgomery County, New York about 1727. Descen-
dants and relatives lived in New York, Wisconsin, Louisana, Iowa, Arizona,
California and elsewhere. Includes genealogical data about some Ehle indi-
viduals and families without tracing exact relationship. Allied: Bush, Cook,
Dillenbeck, Dockstader, Douw, Dygert, Ehle, Fonda, Helmer, Nellis, Quack-
enbos, Snell, Swift, Van Plank, Van Slyck, Walroth, Zimmerman and related
families.

SWIFT - Turning the hearts. Dale Christensen was born in Idaho in 1948.          FHL FILM 1597908-Misc.
He married Mary Jo Nanna in 1974. He grew up in Idaho, spent a year in           Item 1
London and served a mission to New England. He met Mary Jo after his
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mission in Boston while they were in school. Sketches of his ancestors lives
and her background are also included in this family history. Information on
his marriage and family along with his experiences in Peru as a misson
president from 1984-1987 are included in later volumes.
Vol. 1: Dale and Mary Jo's early life and ancestral lines.
Vol. 2: Their marriage from 1974-1984 and their experiences as the president
         of the Peru South Mission, 1984-1987,
Vol. 3: Miscellaneous journal entries and correspondance, 1984-1991 and
        family group sheets for their family lines.
Vol. 4: Correspondence and family information to 1994.
Allied: Christensen, Davis, Nanna, Sposato, Swift, Thornton & related families.

SWIGER - James Pindall Stout, 1819-1903, and Burthena Shackleford                 FHL FILM 0908716-Misc.
Kemble, 1824-1908: their ancestors and descendants. Richard Stout was born        Item 3
ca.1602/04 in Nottinhamshire, England and served in the British Navy. After
discharge, he immigrated to New Amsterdam in 1640 and married Penelope
Prince in 1644; they moved to Middletown, New Jersey and he died in 1705.
Allied: Bonham, Bostic, Burr, Carpenter, Dulaney, Kemble, Reynolds, Scott,
Stout, Swiger, Wright and related families.

SWINDELL - Foy-Swindell; Ancestors of Charles William Foy & his wife,             FHL FILM 0022358-Misc.
Mary Swindell. Charles William Foy was born in 1871 in San Bernadino,             Item 5
California the son of John Moran Foy and Louisa Macy. He married Mary
Frances Swindell at San Bernadino in 1901. Their son, Charles William Foy,
was born in 1918 at Berkeley, California. Mary Frances Swindell was born in
1878 at Fort Wayne, Indiana, the daughter of Edwin Wallace Swindell (1866-
1925) & Alice Brown. Allied: Barnard, Brayton, Calvert, Carr, Coffin, Cox,
Dawson, Fahy, Fish, Folger, Foy, Hussey, Kittle, lawton, McQuaid, Macy,
Polk, Slocum, Starbuck, Swindell, Thurston, Tyler and related families.

SWINGLE - Favel Family History; Isaac Fraavel immigrated about 1750               FHL FILM 1321208-Misc.
from Europe (he spoke German, and came from Germany or Switzerland                Item 5
or Alsace-Lorraine of France) to what is now Rappahannock County, Vir-
ginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Indiana, Iowa, South
Dakota, California and elsewhere. Allied: Anderson, Blank, Boles, Boyd,
Cooper, Cottrill, Crouse, Davies, Decker, Farrell, Ferguson, Foster, Fravel,
Hansen, Harthaus, Howell, Jesso, Johnson, Kernen, Lange, Lumberry, Mc
Cormick, March, Merwin, Miller, Nott, Orr, Page, Peck, Perryman, Phillis,
Skavdahl, Stewart, Strain, Swingle, Tibballs, Tibbs, Timberlake, Vevig, Wills,
Woods and related families.

SWINNERTON - Two charters regarding:                                              FHL FILM 0994097-Misc.
(1) disputes involving the clergy of Swynnerton & the status of the Swynn-        Item 13
    erton Church, 1154-1159.
(2) a 1292 suit brought by an aggrieved plaintiff cliaming certain lands, by
    reason of a 1226 charter granted by a former Bishop. The Dean and
    current Bishop of the area responds that any such cahrter would need
    to bear confirmation by himself or his predecessor, which does not bear,
    and therefore the charter must be null & void.
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SWINNERTON - An introduction to the history of the family of Swynn-                FHL FILM 0994097-Misc.
erton; A reprint of the 1888 introduction to a book published in Sialkot, India.   Item 14
Including reproduction of Charles Swynnerton's handwritten marginal notes
which seek to modify and amplify Canon Bridgeman's conclusions." Canon
Bridgeman was the author of a seven-volume local history in 1886, of which
this family history by Charles Syneerton was a dsmall part. One of the pedi-
gree charts shows that the early family (just after 1066 A.D.) used Fitz Alan
as a surname & this was later changed to Synnerton. Allied: Beck, Fitz Alan,
Peshall, Swinnerton, Swynnerton.

SWIRE - Some accounts of the family of Holbrow, anciently of Kings-                FHL FICHE 6035731
cote, Uley & Leonard Stanley in Gloucestershire, England. Contents: Intro-
duction - Confirmation of arms - The Medieval Holbrows - Hawkesbury
Manor Roll extracts - Abstracts of early wills - The descendants of William
Holbrow of Kingscote - The family of Keble - The family of Maule - The
family of Stanton - The family of Swire.

SWISHER - The Vance Family Scrapbook; Ancestry of John Edward                      FHL FICHE 6088469
Vance born 14 May 1945 in Chicago, Illinois, to Joseph Harvey Vance and
Betty Joan Markwith. He married Marie Esterline in October 1968. He died
29 January 1969. Ancestors lived in the midwest and east coast of the United
States. Allied: Beane, Cline, Delk, Hawk, Kline, Mills, Swisher, Switzer and
related families

SWITZER - A genealogical study of the Listermann and Enderle families.             FHL FICHE 6019478
Henry Listermann (1770-1860?) and his family immigrated from Germany to
land near Bevis, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio, Kentucky, Montana and
elsewhere; Allied: Enderle, Kollestedt, Listermann, Niehaus, Seitz, Switzer,
Vierling and related families.

SWITZER - The Vance Family Scrapbook; Ancestry of John Edward                      FHL FICHE 6088469
Vance born 14 May 1945 in Chicago, Illinois, to Joseph Harvey Vance and
Betty Joan Markwith. He married Marie Esterline in October 1968. He died
29 January 1969. Ancestors lived in the midwest and east coast of the United
States. Allied: Beane, Cline, Delk, Hawk, Kline, Mills, Swisher, Switzer and
related families

SWYNNERTON - Two petitions to the King of England by Roger de                      FHL FILM 0994097-Misc.
Swynnerton, II, responding to anonymous charges laid against himself and           Item 12
his father, addressed to King Edward II in 1310/1320 and 1322. Text partly
in French.

SWYNNERTON - Two charters regarding:                                               FHL FILM 0994097-Misc.
(1) disputes involving the clergy of Swynnerton & the status of the Swynn-         Item 13
    erton Church, 1154-1159.
(2) a 1292 suit brought by an aggrieved plaintiff cliaming certain lands, by
    reason of a 1226 charter granted by a former Bishop. The Dean and
    current Bishop of the area responds that any such cahrter would need
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   to bear confirmation by himself or his predecessor, which does not bear,
   and therefore the charter must be null & void.

SWYNNERTON - An introduction to the history of the family of Swynn-                FHL FILM 0994097-Misc.
erton; A reprint of the 1888 introduction to a book published in Sialkot, India.   Item 14
Including reproduction of Charles Swynnerton's handwritten marginal notes
which seek to modify and amplify Canon Bridgeman's conclusions." Canon
Bridgeman was the author of a seven-volume local history in 1886, of which
this family history by Charles Syneerton was a dsmall part. One of the pedi-
gree charts shows that the early family (just after 1066 A.D.) used Fitz Alan
as a surname & this was later changed to Synnerton. Allied: Beck, Fitz Alan,
Peshall, Swinnerton, Swynnerton.

SYDNOR - Part of the ancestry and descendants of Fleming Bates White               FHL FICHE 6017651
(1803-1882) & his wife, Catherine Alexander (1806-1852) married in 1829
moving from Virginia to Madison County, Alabama; Allied: Alexander,
Barber, Pritchett, Routt, Smither, Sydnor. White.

SYLAR - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and                    FHL FICHE 6055208
history of the Harless (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from
Alsace, Austria, Bavaria, England, Germany, Prussia, Russia, Sweden, Swit-
zerland and Wales. Focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Johan or
John Phillip Harless (1716-1772) of Germersheim, Germany, who married
Anna Margareta Preisch (Price), and immigrated to the Shenandoah Valley
of Virginia ca. 1738. Hayerlas (Harless) families lived in Holanbrunn, Wiesen-
muhle and Wunseidel areas as early as the 15th century. Some settled in
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia in the
1600-1700's. During the 1800's some moved to Alabama, Arkansas, California,
Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mich-
igan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York,
North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Later descendants & relatives
also lived in Korea and in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Montana, New
Mexico, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Some had
Cherokee and other American Indian Bloodlines. Some had African Amer-
ican Bloodlines. Allied: Bailey, Ball, Barker, Brooks, Charles, Copley, Crin-
er, Drawdy, Drody, Droddy, Eplin, Epling, Evans, Foust, Gann, Haarlass,
Hairlas, Halless, Harelas, Harlas, Harless, Harlep, Harlice, Harlis, Harliss,
Harlles, Harloss, Harlues, Harlus, Harrlis, Hayerlas, Hearles, Hearls, Heir-
less, Herlas, Herles, Herlos, Hesless, Hoffman, Hollis, Horles, Horlos, Hurias,
Hurles, Hurless, Hurleys, Kaywood, Killian, Lore, McCasland, Moon, Peden,
Preisch, Preiss, Preisz, Price, Prichard, Pritchard, Ridenour, Sayler, Seyler,
Siler, Sylar, Syler, Stampe, Tillman, Tilman, Underwood and related families.

SYLER - Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and                    FHL FICHE 6055208
history of the Harless (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from
Alsace, Austria, Bavaria, England, Germany, Prussia, Russia, Sweden, Swit-
zerland and Wales. Focus is on (but not limited to) descendants of Johan or
John Phillip Harless (1716-1772) of Germersheim, Germany, who married
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Anna Margareta Preisch (Price), and immigrated to the Shenandoah Valley
of Virginia ca. 1738. Hayerlas (Harless) families lived in Holanbrunn, Wiesen-
muhle and Wunseidel areas as early as the 15th century. Some settled in
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia in the
1600-1700's. During the 1800's some moved to Alabama, Arkansas, California,
Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mich-
igan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York,
North and South Carolina, North and South Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon,
Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Later descendants & relatives
also lived in Korea and in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Montana, New
Mexico, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Some had
Cherokee and other American Indian Bloodlines. Some had African Amer-
ican Bloodlines. Allied: Bailey, Ball, Barker, Brooks, Charles, Copley, Crin-
er, Drawdy, Drody, Droddy, Eplin, Epling, Evans, Foust, Gann, Haarlass,
Hairlas, Halless, Harelas, Harlas, Harless, Harlep, Harlice, Harlis, Harliss,
Harlles, Harloss, Harlues, Harlus, Harrlis, Hayerlas, Hearles, Hearls, Heir-
less, Herlas, Herles, Herlos, Hesless, Hoffman, Hollis, Horles, Horlos, Hurias,
Hurles, Hurless, Hurleys, Kaywood, Killian, Lore, McCasland, Moon, Peden,
Preisch, Preiss, Preisz, Price, Prichard, Pritchard, Ridenour, Sayler, Seyler,
Siler, Sylar, Syler, Stampe, Tillman, Tilman, Underwood and related families.

SYLVIA - Genealogy, Little Compton Families, Rhode Island, by B.F.                FHL FILM 0844901-Misc.
Wilbour, p643.                                                                    Item 1

SYMES - The Duke-Symes family. William Duke married Hannah                        FHL FILM 1321182-Misc.
Grendon prior to 1672 in Charles City County, Colony of Virginia. She was         Item 6
the widow of William Bird. Their descendant Fanny Duke, daughter of Bur-
wekk &Frances Duke, Sr., married Briggs Smith in Warren County, North
Carolina in 1796. Another of their daughters, Holly Duke, married Benjamin
L. Sims, brother of Briggs Sims, on 9 March 1805 also in Warren County.
Briggs Sims died in Bedford County, Tennessee in 1832. Sometime in 1832
Fanny (Duke) Sims removed with her family from Bedford County to Green
County, Missouri. Benjamin L. Sims died 9 March 1835. Holly Sims married
Rev. Harris G. Joplin on 23 January 1834 in Green County, Missouri. She
died ca.1842. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina,
Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri and elsewhere. Allied: Abernathy, Barker,
Bobbitt, Bullock, Byrd, Christmas, Davis, Dryden, Duke, Eppes, Green,
Grendon, Gwynne, Hansford, Hardyman, Hawkins, Isham, Johnson, Jones,
Mangum, Morris, Parish, Person, Polk, Poythress, Randolph, Read, Robber-
son, Sims, Symes, Stegge, Taylor, Walker, Wayles, Whately, Williams and
related families.

SYMONDS - Symonds Genealogy, Clarke Genealogy p73.                                FHL FICHE 6101271


SYTEK - History of our family. Arthur Edmund Sytek married Glenna                 FHL FILM 1295906-Misc.
Lee Pangborn in 1950 in Midland, Michigan.                                        Item 3

SZALA - John Szala married Frances Nowicki in 1872 in Manistee, Mich-             FHL FILM 1295906-Misc.
GENEALOGIES ON FICHE FILM AS OF:5/12/2010


igan. Includes Nowicki Family research report. Allied: Nowicki, Szala.         Item 2

SZIGNAROWITZ - Strenski/Strenk and Kluska immigrants, ca.1867-1988:            FHL FILM 1320835-Misc.
possible relatives. Jakob Kluska (b.1873) immigrated in 1902 from Tarnopol,    Item 79
Austria to New York, with a destination of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Another
Jacob Kluska immigrated in 1913 from Austria/Poland to Jamaica, New York.
Anna & Jozsef Kluska immigrated in 1901 from Hungary to New York City.
Anna was going to Stockdale, Pennsylvania; Josef to Export, Pennsylvania;
both came from the same town in Hungary. Emip Pl Strenski/Strenk (b.ca.
1877) immigrated in 1889 from Poland to Jamaica, New York, and became a
priest in the Roman Catholic Church in Jamaica. Franz/Frank Strenk (b.
1867) immigrated in 1888 from Austria to Long Island City, New York. In
1890, he married Amelia Szignarowitz, a fellow immigrant. A possible Strenk
descendant died in Wayne, Pennsylvania in 1988. Allied: Kluska, Strenk,
Strenski and Szignarowitz families.

				
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