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					                Bolivar County Library System
    Mississippi Room – Robinson-Carpenter Public Library

                A Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources

This guide is designed to function as a finding aid for patrons performing genealogical
research in the Mississippi Room and is not a complete list of materials in the
Mississippi Room.

All materials (books, microfilm, VHS cassettes, maps, etc.) in the Mississippi Room are
non-circulating meaning they may be used in the Mississippi Room ONLY and may
not be checked out. Duplicate copies of some non-reference titles are available in the
Non-Fiction section; consult the card catalog or ask the Reference Services Librarian for
assistance.

A microfilm reader/printer in the Mississippi Room and copy machines near the
Circulation Desk are available at a cost of 25cents per page for B&W and $1.00 for
color copies. Ask the Reference Services Librarian or Circulation Desk personnel for
assistance with microfilm and the reader/printer.


Prepared by Reference Services
Revised July 18, 2011

Bolivar County Library System
Robinson-Carpenter Memorial Library
104 South Leflore Avenue
Cleveland, MS 38732
Phone: (662) 843-2774
Fax: (662) 843-4701
Library Website: www.bolivar.lib.ms.us
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                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS


Journals, Publications, and CD/CD-ROMS……………………………………………….                          Page 3
Information & General Works…………………………………………………………….                                Page 3
Religion……………………………………………………………………………………                                           Page 4
Social Sciences………………………………………………………………….…………                                      Page 5
Postal Communication, Language..……………………………………………………….                             Page 7
Science, Technology, History – Education, Research, Geography ……………….……..          Page 8
History – North America…………………………………………………………………..                                 Page 8
History – Biography……………………………………………………………………….                                    Page 9
Genealogy – Research Guides……………………………….…………………………….                               Page 9
Genealogy – Family History………………………………………………………………                                 Page 16
Genealogy – Indexes, Passenger Lists, Census, and Other Finding Aids…………………        Page 21
Genealogy – New England………………………………………………………………..                                  Page 26
Genealogy – Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania………………….         Page 26
Genealogy – New Jersey, The South, Maryland…………………………………………..                      Page 27
Genealogy – West Virginia, Virginia………………………………………………...……                         Page 28
Genealogy – North Carolina……………………………………………………...……….                              Page 33
Genealogy – South Carolina………………………………………………………………                                 Page 35
Genealogy – Georgia………………………………………………………………………                                     Page 37
Genealogy – Alabama……………………………………………………………………..                                    Page 38
Genealogy – Mississippi…………………………………………………………………..                                 Page 40
Genealogy – Louisiana……………………………………………………………………                                    Page 45
Genealogy – Oklahoma……………………………………………………………………                                     Page 45
Genealogy – Arkansas…………………………………………………………………….                                    Page 45
Genealogy – Tennessee……………………………………………………………………                                    Page 46
Genealogy – Kentucky…………………………………………………………………….                                    Page 47
Genealogy – Mississippi Valley…………………………………………………………..                             Page 48
Genealogy – Ohio…………………………………………………………………………                                       Page 48
Genealogy – Indiana………………………………………………………………………                                     Page 48
Genealogy – Illinois…………………………………………………………………….…                                   Page 48
Genealogy – Names & Insignia……………………………………………………………                                Page 48
Genealogy – Heraldry……………………………………………………………………..                                   Page 49
Genealogy – Other…………………………………………………………………………                                      Page 50
History – Europe…………………………………………………………………………..                                     Page 50
History – North America…………………………………………………………………..                                 Page 50
History – United States……………………………………………………………………                                  Page 51
History – Southeastern United States……………………………………………………..                         Page 53
History – South Central United States…………………………………………………….                         Page 54
History – Mississippi………………………………………………………………………                                   Page 55
History – Bolivar County, Mississippi…………………………………………………….                         Page 59
History – Mississippi………………………………………………………………………                                   Page 60
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                                            JOURNALS

Mississippi State University. Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures. 1969 through
       11/30/1995 are shelved in Mississippi Room. 12/01/1995 through Present are available on the
       following MAGNOLIA databases: “Academic Search Premier,” “Humanities International
       Complete,” “Literary Reference Center,” and “MasterFILE Premier.”

Journal of Mississippi History. John Edmond Gonzales, Editor. Shelved in the Mississippi Room.

                                         PUBLICATIONS

Clark, Sara S., Editor. From Roots to Limbs: A Monthly Newsletter Devoted to Genealogical Interests.
       Volume I-IV (incomplete). Index in front of binder. This is a genealogical newsletter printed
       in Clinton, MS.

Sease, David E., Editor. Old Newberry District Quarterly. South Carolina Genealogical Society, Incl.,
       Spring 1995 through Winter 1997.

                                            CD-ROMS

Black, Henry Campbell. Black’s Law Dictionary: A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the
       Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern…

Family Archives. The Deep South: Genealogical Records of Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi,
       1700s-1800s,

Family Tree Maker. Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, 1766-1981, Marriage Index.

                            INFORMATION & GENERAL WORKS

015           Thompson, Julius E. The Black Press in Mississippi, 1865-1985: A Directory.
Tho

015.762       Mississippi Research & Development Center. Bibliography of Publications, June
Mis           1979.

016.3982      Ferris, William R., Jr. Mississippi Black Folklore: A Research Bibliography and
Fer           Discography.

016.762       Mississippi Library Commission. Mississippiana: Union Catalog, Volume 1.
Mis           [Note: Catalog is now available at MLC’s website www.mlc.lib.ms.us/.]

016.762       Mississippi Library Commission. Mississippiana: Union Catalog List of
Mis           Newspapers, Volume 2. [Note: Catalog is now available at MLC’s
              Website www.mlc.lib.ms.us/.]

016.907       Mississippi Humanities Council. A Guide to Oral History Collections in
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Miss          Mississippi.

016.929      Eales, Anne Bruner and Robert M. Kvasnicka. Genealogical Research in the
Guide        National Archives of the United States.

016.9292     DAR. Family Histories and Genealogies. Volumes One & Two
D238         [Note: Now available at website www.dar.org.]

016.9292     DAR. Supplement: Volume One. [Note: Now available at website
D238         www.dar.org.]

016.973      Washington, Reginald. Black Family Research: Records of Post-Civil War
Washington   Federal Agencies at the National Archives.

016.973      Filby, P. William. A Bibliography of American County Histories.
Filby

016.973      Neagles, James C. The Library of Congress: A Guide to Genealogical and
Nea          Historical Research.

016.9737     Beers, Henry Putney. The Confederacy: A Guide to the Archives of the
Beers        Government of the Confederate States of America.

016.9759     Index to the Archives of Spanish West Florida, 1782-1810.
Index

025.17       Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking. The Archives: A Guide
S998         to the National Archives Field Branches.

026.9293     Gilmer, Lois C. Genealogical Research and Resources: A Guide for Library Use.
Gil

071.62       Mississippi Department of Archives and History. Preliminary List of Mississippi
M678         Newspapers Identified in Phase I of the Mississippi Newspaper Project.

                                           RELIGION

270.82       Hester, Louise Aldridge. An Unfinished Experiment: A History of the Benoit
H588         Baptist, Methodist, and Presbyterian Churches.

277.62       Jones, John Griffing. A Concise History of the Introduction of Protestantism into
Jones        Mississippi and the Southwest.

282.76226    Nolan, Charles E. St. Mary’s of Natchez: The History of a Southern Catholic
N787         Congregation, 1716-1988, Volume 1: The History.

282.76226    Nolan, Charles E. St. Mary’s of Natchez: The History of a Southern Catholic
N787         Congregation, 1716-1988, Volume 2: Signs of Parish Life.
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284.5        Smiles, Samuel. The Huguenots: Their Settlements, Churches, and Industries in
Smi          England and Ireland.

286.1        McLemore, Richard Aubrey. A History of Mississippi Baptists, 1780-1970.
M

286.1757     Townsend, Leah. South Carolina Baptists, 1670-1805.
T748

286.1762     Gunn, Jack Winton, et.al. A Caring Church: A History of the First Baptist
G976         Church, Cleveland, Mississippi.

286.1762     Gunn, Jack W., et.al. History of Bolivar Baptist Association of Mississippi.
H673

286.176251   First Baptist Church, Jackson, Mississippi: 1987, Pictorial History.
F527

287          Miller, Gene Ramsey. A History of North Mississippi Methodism, 1820-1900.
M

287          Sullivan, Charles L. Gathering at the River: South Mississippi’s Methodist
Sull         Camp Meetings.

                                      SOCIAL SCIENCES

301.351      Adkins, Howard G. The Historical Geography of Extinct Towns in Mississippi:
A            A Dissertation.

301.451      Wallace, Jesse Thomas. A History of the Negroes of Mississippi from 1865 to W191
             1890.

301.451951   Loewen, James W. The Mississippi Chinese: Between Black and White.
L827

301.45196    Wharton, Vernon Lane. The Negro in Mississippi, 1865-1890.
W

305.409762   Mississippi Commission on the Observance of International Women’s Year.
M            Accomplishments of Mississippi Women: Movements, Groups, and
             Individuals.

306.3        Davis, Ronald. Good and Faithful Labor: From Slavery to Sharecropping in the
D263         Natchez District, 1860-1890.

325.2434     Knittle, Walter Allen. Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration: A British
K            Government Redemptioner Project to Manufacture Naval Stores.
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333.16       Smith, Clifford Neal. Federal Land Series: A Calendar of Archival Materials on the
Smith        Land Patents Issued by the United States Government, with Subject, Tract, and
             Names Indexes.
             Volume 1: 1788-1810
             Volume 2: 1799-1835, Federal Bounty-Land Warrants of the American
                    Revolution
             Volume 3: 1810-1814
             Volume 4: Part 1 & Part 2, Grants in the Virginia Military District of Ohio

333.32       Young, Mary Elizabeth. Redskins, Ruffleshirts and Rednecks: Indian Allotments
Y            in Alabama and Mississippi, 1830-1860.

340.062762   Landon, Michael De L. The Honor and Dignity of the Profession: A History of
L259         the Mississippi State Bar, 1906-1976.

340-762      Mississippi Bar Association. Early Mississippi Bar Associations.
M

347.9762     Skates, John Ray, Jr. A History of the Mississippi Supreme Court, 1817-1948.
L

353.9762     The Official and Statistical Register of the State of Mississippi.
M            Editions: 1908, 1917, 1920-Present

358.209762   Mills, Gary B. Of Men & Rivers: The Story of the Vicksburg District.
M657

362.19       Calder, Marvin R. Mississippi State Sanatorium, History, 1916-1976.
Miss

362.19       Simpson, Sister Mary Stella. Sister Stella’s Babies: Days in the Practice of
Simpson      Nurse Midwife.

367.9762     Rosenbaum, Tommye Hogue. A History of the Mississippi Federation of
Ros          Women’s Clubs, 1898-1998.

369          Hereditary Society Blue Book.
Dav

369.12       National Society Daughters of Colonial Wars: 1941-1950.
National

369.135      Harper, Jean Cox, Compiler. Mississippi: Her People, Places and Legends.
H

369.17       The History of the Mississippi State Society, Daughters of the American
History      Revolution, 1896-1996: Celebrating the Centennial of the Mississippi State
             Society, Daughters of the American Revolution.
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372          Parks Elementary Yearbooks.
Par          Editions: 1988 and 1991

378.73       University of Mississippi. Ole’ Miss.
Ole          Editions: 1986-1990, 1992, 1994-1996, 2001-2004

378.76246    Mississippi Valley State College. Delvin.
Miss         Editions: 1971-1974, 1977, 1987, 1989, 1993-1997

378.9762     Delta State University. The Broom.
B            Editions: 1928, 1931-1932, 1934-1935, 1937-1938, 1942-1964, 1966-1986, 1988-
             1993, 2000-2002

378-9762     Cleveland High School. Delta Daze.
M            Editions: 1959-1960, 1962-1973, 1975-1980, 1983-1985, 1987, 1990, 1996-1999

378-9762     Bayou Academy. Colts Corral.
C            Editions: 1971-1972, 1974-1977, 1979-1981

378-9762     Duncan High School. Memories.
M            Edition: 1948

                                POSTAL COMMUNICATION

383.1025     Bullinger, Edwin W. Bullinger’s Postal and Shipper’s Guide for the United States
Bullinger    and Canada Containing Every Post Office, Railroad Station and United States
             Fort, With the Railroad or Steamer Line on Which Every Place, or the Nearest
             Communicating Point, is Located, and the Delivering Expresses for Every Place,
             Also a List of Railroads and Water Lines, with their Terminal Points.

383.49762    Oakley, Bruce C. A Postal History of Mississippi Stampless Period, 1799-1860.
Oakley

383.49762    Sledge, Broox. Bolivar County Post Offices, 1836-1965.
Sledge

383.49762    Sledge, Broox. Coahoma County Post Offices, 1836-1960.
Sledge

383.49762    Sledge, Broox. Washington County Post Offices, 1832-1960.
Sledge

                                         LANGUAGE

473.1        Martin, Charles Trice. The Record Interpreter: A Collection of Abbreviations,
Martin       Latin Words and Names Used in English Historical Manuscripts And Records.
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                                           SCIENCE

526.9        Mississippi State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land
M            Surveyors. 1969 Official Roster of Registered Land Surveyors.

                                        TECHNOLOGY

615.109      Campbell, Leslie Caine. Two Hundred Years of Pharmacy in Mississippi.
Cam

620.006      Mississippi State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land
M            Surveyors. Official Roster of Registered Professional Engineers, 1969.

630.119762   Black, Edward L. Farm Bureau in Mississippi: A History of the Mississippi Farm
B            Bureau Federation.

                           HISTORY – EDUCATION, RESEARCH

907.2        Brown, Cynthia Stokes. Like It Was: A Complete Guide to Writing Oral History.
B

907.2        Mills, Elizabeth Shown. Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from
Mills        Artifacts to Cyberspace.

                                  HISTORY – GEOGRAPHY

912          Dodd, Donald B. and Borden Dent. Historical Atlas of Alabama.
Dodd

912          Thorndale, William and William Dollarhide. Map Guide to the U.S. Federal
Thorndale    Censuses, 1790-1920.

912.762      Cross, Ralph C. Atlas of Mississippi.
C

                               HISTORY – NORTH AMERICA

917.503      Cash, W. J. The Mind of the South.
Cash

917.6        Baldwin, Joseph G. The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi.
B

917.6        Carter, Hodding and Anthony Ragusin. Gulf Coast County.
C

917.6        Carter, Hodding. Lower Mississippi. Rivers of America Series.
C
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917.6        Carter, Hodding. Southern Legacy.
C

917.6        Carter, Hodding. Where Main Street Meets the River.
C

917.62       Cohn, David Lewis. Where I Was Born and Raised.
C

917.62       Williams, Clyde V. From Behind the Magnolia Curtain: Voice of Mississippi.
F

917.62       McCarty, Jerry. Louisiana-Mississippi Treasure Leads.
M

917.62       Wells, Mary Ann. A History Lover’s Guide to Mississippi.
W

917.62       Mississippi: The WPA Guide to the Magnolia State.
W

917.62003    Brieger, James F. Hometown Mississippi.
B853

917.62035    Cobb, Joseph. Mississippi Scenes; or, Sketches of Southern and Western Life and
C            Adventure, Humorous, Satirical, and Descriptive.

917.6204     Kempe, Helen Kerr. The Pelican Guide to Old Homes of Mississippi, Volume II:
K            Columbus and the North.

917.6226     Brown, Dale C., et al. The Complete Guide to Natchez.
C737

917.7        Harrison, Robert W. Alluvial Empire: Vol. One, A Study of State and Local Effort
H            Toward Land Development in the Alluvial Valley of the Lower Mississippi River.

                                  HISTORY – BIOGRAPHY

920          Sumners, Cecil L. The Governors of Mississippi.
S956

920.0762     Who’s Who in Mississippi.
Who          1990 Edition

                            GENEALOGY – RESEARCH GUIDES

929          Bates, Ethel Faust. Mississippi Pioneers: A History of the Bates Family, 1803-
B            1962.
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929          Burroughs, Tony. Black Roots: A Beginner’s Guide to Tracing the African
Burroughs    American Family Tree.

929          Chalfant, Ella. A Goodly Heritage: Earliest Wills on an American Frontier.
C

929          Confederate Veteran: Index, Vol. I-XL. [Magazine is shelved on North Wall
C            next to Oversize Materials.]

929          DAR. DAR Magazine Index, Vol. I, General Subject Index, 1892-1997.
DAR

929          DAR. DAR Magazine Index, Vol. II, Genealogy and Necrology, 1892-1997.
DAR

929          DAR. DAR Magazine Index, Vol. III, Ad Sites and Names, Interesting
DAR          Information, 1951-1997.

929          Davidson, William H. A Rockaway in Talbot: Travels in an Old Georgia County,
Davidson     Volume I.

929          De Ville, Winston. Mississippi Land Papers and Secret Militia Rolls of 1788:
De Ville     Anglo-American Settlers in the Spanish Gulf South.

929          De Ville, Winston. The Natchez Ledgers, 1790-1791: A Finding-Aid for Anglo-
De Ville     Americans in Pre-Territorial Mississippi.

929          Marsalis, William Carroll. The Marsalis Chronicles: van Marselis, 1643.
Marsalis

929          Natchez: Area Family History Book.
Natchez

929          Potter, Dorothy Williams. Passports of Southeastern Pioneers, 1770-1823:
Potter       Indian, Spanish and Other Land Passports for Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia,
             Mississippi, Virginia, North and South Carolina.

929          Sanborn, Melinde Lutz. Supplement to Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior
Sanborn      to 1700.

929          Slaughter, Rev. Philip. A History of St. Mark’s Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia,
S            With Notes of Old Churches and Old Families, and Illustrations of the Manners and
             Customs of the Olden Time.

929          Streets, David H. Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide with Case Studies.
Street
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929          United States. Bureau of Census. Twenty Censuses: Populations and Housing
U            Questions, 1790-1980.

929          Weisiger, Benjamin B., III. Charles City County, Virginia Court Orders 1687-1695
Weisiger     with a Fragment of a Court Order Book for the Year 1680.

929          Weisiger, Benjamin B. III. Colonial Wills of Henrico County, Virginia: Part One
Weisiger     1654-1737 & Part Two 1737-1781.

929.02       Virkus, Federick A. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy: First
V818         Families of America, a Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States. Vol. I

929.02       Virkus, Federick A. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy: The
V818         Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of the First Families of America.
             Volumes II & III

929.02       Virkus, Federick A. The Compendium of American Genealogy: The Standard
V818         Genealogical Encyclopedia of the First Families of America.
             Volumes IV, V, VI & VII

929.1        Byers, Paula K. African American Genealogy Sourcebook.
African

929.1        Eichholz, Alice. Ancestry’s Red Book: American State, County & Town
A538         Sources.

929.1        Baxter, Angus. In Search of Your British & Irish Roots: A Complete Guide to
B355         Tracing Your English, Welsh, Scottish, and Irish Ancestors.

929.1        Baxter, Angus. In Search of Your European Roots: A Complete Guide to Tracing
B355         Your Ancestors in Every County in Europe.

929.1        Baxter, Angus. In Search of Your German Roots: A Complete Guide to Tracing
B355         Your Ancestors in the Germanic Areas of Europe.

929.1        Bentley, Elizabeth Petty. The Genealogist’s Address Book.
Bentley      (NOTE: Date of Publication is 1991; information is outdated.)

929.1        Bonsey, Lynn and Lorna Healey. It’s All Relative: How to Create Your Own
B721         Personal Family History Trivia Game.

929.1        Bremer, Ronald A. Compendium of Historical Resources: The How and Where
B836         of American Genealogy.

929.1        San Antonio Genealogical & Historical Society. Genealogical Research:
B836         Seminar, Ronald A Bremer, San Antonio, Texas, November 10, 1984.
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929.1        Campbell, R. G. Scotch-Irish Family Research Made Simple.
C189

929.1        Carroll, Cornelius. The Beginner’s Guide to Using Tax Lists.
Carroll

929.1        Cerny, Johni and Arlene Eakle. Ancestry’s Guide to Research: Case Studies
C415         in American Genealogy.

929.1        Chorzempa, Rosemary A. My Family Tree Workbook: Genealogy for
C551         Beginners.

929.1        Collins, E. J. Irish Family Research Made Simple.
C712

929.1        Crandall, Dr. Ralph. Shaking Your Family Tree: A Basic Guide to Tracing Your
Crandall     Family’s Genealogy.

929.1        Croom, Emily Anne. Unpuzzling Your Past: A Basic Guide to Genealogy.
C948

929.1        DAR, Elizabeth Benton Chapter. Genealogical Guide Master Index of
D            Genealogy in the Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine.
             Volumes 1-84: 1892-1950

929.1        DAR, Elizabeth Benton Chapter. Supplement to Genealogical Guide: Master
D            Index of Genealogy in the Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine.
             Volumes 85-89: 1950-1955

929.1        Dawes Commission. The Final Rolls of Citizens and Freemen of the Five
Dawes        Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory.

929.1        Dawes Commission. Index to the Final Rolls of Citizens and Freemen of the Five
Dawes        Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory.

929.1        Dorman, John Frederick. Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-
Dorman       1624/5. Volume One: Families A-F

929.1        Feldman, Lawrence H. Anglo-Americans in Spanish Archives: Lists of Anglo-
Feldman      American Settlers in the Spanish Colonies of America; a Finding Aid.

929.1        Fisher, Carlton Edward. Topical Index to National Genealogical Society
F            Quarterly, Volumes 1-50, 1912-1962.

929.1        Forgotten Patriots: African American and American Indian Patriots in the
Forgotten    Revolutionary War, A Guide to Service, Sources and Studies.
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929.1        Francis, Elisabeth Wheeler and Ethel Sivley Moore. Lost Links: New Recordings
F            of Old Data From Many States.

929.1        Galeener-Moore, Laverne. Collecting Dead Relatives: An Irreverent Romp
G152         Through the Field of Genealogy.

929.1        Gouldrup, Lawrence. Writing the Family Narrative.
G698

929.1        Greenwood, Val D. The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy.
G816

929.1        Groene, Bertram Hawthorne. Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor.
G874

929.1        Hamilton-Edwards, Gerald. In Search of British Ancestry.
H217

929.1        The Handybook for Genealogists: United States of America.
Handybook

929.1        Hartley, William G. The Everything Family Tree Book: Finding, Charting, and
Hartley      Preserving Your Family History.

929.1        Boddie, Mrs. John Bennett. Historical Southern Families.
Historical   Volume XVIII

929.1        Index to American Genealogies: And Genealogical Material Contained in All
I38          Works as Town Histories, County Histories, Historical Society Publications,
             Biographies, Historical Periodicals, and Kindred Works.

929.1        Jones, Vincent L. Stamp Out Chaos! Eliminate Confusion!
J79

929.1        Kurzweil,Arthur. From Generation to Generation: How to Trace Your Jewish
K96          Genealogy and Personal History.

929.1        Cerny, Johni and Wendy Elliott. The Library: A Guide to the LDS Family
L697         History Library.

929.1        Lackey, Richard S. Cite Your Sources: A Manual for Documenting Family
L141         Histories and Genealogical Records.

929.1        Lichtman, Allan J. Your Family History: How to Use Oral History, Personal
L711         Family Archives, and Public Documents to Discover Your Heritage.

929.1        Lipscomb, Anne S. and Kathleen S. Hutchison. Tracing Your Mississippi
Lip          Ancestors.
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929.1        The Mississippi Daughters and their Patriot Ancestors, 1896.
Miss

929.1        Oliver, Frederick Lansing and Myrtle M. Jillson. Oliver-Miner: Ancestors and
Oliver       Descendants.

929.1        Peterson, Clarence Stewart. Consolidated Bibliography of County Histories in
P485         Fifty States in 1961, Consolidated 1935-1961.

929.1        Pine, L. G. The Genealogist’s Encyclopedia.
P

929.1        Meyerink, Kory L. Printed Sources: A Guide to Published Genealogical
Printed      Records.

929.1        Rose, James and Alice Eichholz. Black Genesis: Volume I in the Gale Genealogy
R796         and Local History Series.

929.1        Rottenberg, Dan. Finding Our Fathers: A Guidebook to Jewish Genealogy.
R851

929.1        Rubincam, Milton. Pitfalls in Genealogical Research.
R896

929.1        Schubert, Irene and Frank N. Schubert. On the Trail of the Buffalo Soldier II:
Schubert     New and Revised Biographies of African Americans in the U.S. Army, 1866-
             1917.

929.1        Segars, J. H. In Search of Your Confederate Ancestors.
Segars

929.1        Shull, Wilma Sadler. Photographing Your Heritage.
S562

929.1        Smith, Franklin Carter and Emily Anne Croom. A Genealogist’s Guide to Discovering
Smith        Your African-American Ancestors: How to Find and Record Your Unique Heritage.

929.1        Stryker-Rodela, Harriet. Understanding Colonial Handwriting.
S928

929.1        Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking. The Source: A
Source       Guidebook to American Genealogy.


929.1        Tracing Your Roots.
T559
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929.1         Walker, James D. Black Genealogy: How to Begin.
Walker

929.1         Watkins, Mildred de Wier Smith. Ancestor Hunting: Complete Reprint of All
W             Columns from The Shreveport Journal During the Period 1963-1968.

929.1         Westin, Jeane Eddy. Finding Your Roots: How Every American Can Trace His
W529          Ancestors – At Home and Abroad.

929.1         Young, Tommie Morton. Afro-American Genealogy Sourcebook.
Y77

929.1016      Kaminkow, Marion J. A Complement to Genealogies in the Library of Congress:
Genealogies   A Bibliography.

929.1016      Kaminkow, Marion J. Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography.
Genealogies   Volume I: A-J, Volume II: K-Z, Suppl. 1972-1976, Second Suppl. 1976-1986

929.16        Porter, P. C. Alphabetical Listing of the Mississippi State Society Daughters of
A456          the American Revolution Library Collection Housed in the Eudora Welty
              Library, Jackson, Mississippi.

929.16        Genealogical Research in the Tutwiler Collection of Southern History and
C326          Literature.

929.16        Genealogical Bibliography of Materials Owned by East Mississippi Regional
E13           Library.

929.16        Filby, P. William. Directory of American Libraries with Genealogy or Local
F479          History Collections.

929.16        Greenwood-LeFlore Library. Catalogue of the Genealogical Collection.
G816

929.16        Greenwood-LeFlore Library. March 1983 Supplement to the Catalogue of the
G816          Genealogical Collection.

929.16        Harper, Josephine L. Guide to the Draper Manuscripts.
H294

929.16        Jefferson Parish Library. Looking Back at Your Ancestors: A Selected
L863          Genealogy Bibliography.

929.16        Shawnee Library System. Combined Bibliography of the Genealogy Collection
S537          Supplement One.

929.16        Sinko, Peggy Tuck. Guide to Local and Family History at the Newberry Library.
S617
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued       16

                            GENEALOGY – FAMILY HISTORY

929.2        Banks, Charles Edward. Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to
Ban          New England, 1620-1650.


929.2        Baxter, Lionel Francis and John William Baxter. A Baxter Family from South
B355         Carolina: Scotch Irish Pioneers from Ulster.

929.2        Bentley, Elizabeth Petty and Deborah Ann Carol. Directory of Family
Bentley      Associations.

929.2        History of Peter and Mary Best and their Family.
B561

929.2        Black, James M. Families and Descendants in America of Golsan, Golson,
Black        Gholson, Gholston, Also Goldston, Golston, Etc.: With Pedigrees of Families
             In Great Britain and Genealogies of Allied Families in America.

929.2        Bodine, Ronny O. Thomas Owsley: A Virginia Gentleman.
B667

929.2        Brady, Henrietta A. and Catherine Baillio Futch. The Jefferies Family
B812         Descendants of James Fefferies and Priscilla Shelby.

929.2        Boddie, John Bennett. Historical Southern Families.
Boddie       Volume II

929.2        Boyd, John Wright. A Family History: Wright-Lewis-Moore and Connected
B            Families, Early Settlers, Green County, Georgia.

929.2        Burke’s American Families with British Ancestry: The Lineages of 1,600
B959         Families of British Origin Now Residents in the United States of America.

929.2        The Chadwick Family History Heritage Book.
C432

929.2        Christian, Louise Aymar and Howard Stelle Fitz Randolph. The Descendants of
C555         Edward Fitz Randolph and Elizabeth Blossom, 1630-1950.

929.2        Morris, Mrs. Harry Joseph. Citizens of the Republic of Texas.
Citizens

929.2        The Clark Family.
C592

929.2        Coffey, Walker Jackson. Journal of a Journey.
C674
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued              17

929.2        Curtis, Jack. Curtis’ “Lingering Shadows” Vol. II and Circle of Related Families,
Curtis       1485-1993: Christmas, Windham, Hand, Hill, Perkins, Dearmond, Courtney,
             Pennington, Stampley, Cole, Joy, Tidwell.

929.2        Curtis, Jack. Patriot, Planter & Philanthropist: John Jones, 1744-1821 (Step-Son of
Curtis       Richard Curtis, Sr. and Phoebe (Courtney) Jones Curtis).

929.2        Leonard, Maxine Crowell. The Conger Family of America.
C749

929.2        Cooper, Wyatt. Families: A Memoir and a Celebration.
C

929.2        Covington, Elbert E. Covington and Kin.
Covington

929.2        Dabbs, Miriam Adair. The History of the Dabbs Family of South Mississippi.
Dill

929.2        The Alamo Heroes and their Revolutionary Ancestors. Bicentennial Project.
D238         Alamo, O’Shavano, and San Antonio de Bexar DAR Chapters.

929.2        Edmonds, Elsie Chapman. John Chapman of Spotsylvania County, Virginia,
E24          Thomas Powe of Cheraw, South Carolina, and Related Families.

929.2        Ervin, Clara Estelle. The Ervin Family in Mississippi, Lines E-56 and E-57 and
E73          Related Data.

929.2        Ewing, Linda Cunningham. My Forebears: History and Genealogy of the
E95          Cunningham, Knox, Gibson, Borders, Ewing Families.

929.2        Farrell, Louis and Flora Jane Hamer Hooker. McCallums: Daniel McCallum,
F245         Isabel Sellars, Their Antecedents, Descendants, and Collateral Relatives: A
             Compilation.

929.2        Flanagan, B. Family of Ezekiel Slocum Gully.
F583

929.2        Foley, Louise Pledge Heath. Early Virginia Families along the James River,
Foley        Their Deep Roots and Tangled Branches.
             Volume I: Henrico County-Goochland County, Virginia
             Volume II: Charles City County – Prince George County, Virginia
             Volume III: James City County – Surry County, Virginia

929.2        Fort, Homer T., Jr. and Drucilla Stovall Jones. A Family Called Fort: The
F736         Descendants of Elias Fort of Virginia.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued        18

929.2        Galloway, Howard S. The Shelby Family Ancestry and Descendants of John
G174         Shelby and His Son David Shelby, Pioneers of Tennessee.

929.2        Glassco, Lawrence A. The Glas(s)cock – Glassco Saga (The 1st 5 Generations
G549         of Glas(s)cocks in America – From 1643 into the Mid 19th Century).

929.2        Green, C. Sylvester. Blounts of Pitt County, North Carolina.
G795

929.2        Hardy, Stella Pickett. Colonial Families of the Southern States of America: A
H272         History and Genealogy of Colonial Families Who Settled in the Colonies Prior
             to the Revolution.

929.2        Harllee, William Curry. Kinfolks: A Genealogical and Biographical Record of:
H            Thomas and Elizabeth (Stuart) Harllee; Andrew and Anges (Cade) Fulmore;
             Benjamin and Mary Curry; Samuel and Amelia (Russell) Kemp; John and
             Hannah (Walker) Bethea; Sterling Clack and Frances (King) Rebertson; Samuel
             and Sophia Ann (Parker) Dickey; Their Antecedents, Descendants, and
             Collateral Relatives. Volumes 1, 2, & 3

929.2        Harllee, William Curry. General Index: Kinfolks.
H

929.2        Mills, Frances Preston. The History of the Descendants of the Jersey Settlers
H673         of Adams County, Mississippi. Volumes I & II

929.2        Hodges, Almon D. Genealogical Record of the Hodges Family in New England,
H688         Containing the Names of Over 1500 Persons, From 1633 to 1853, Numbering
             Eight Generations.

929.2        Hoffman, Laban Miles. Our Kin, Being a History of the Hoffman, Rhyne,
Hoffman      Costner, Rudisill, Best, Hovis, Hoyle, Wills, Shetley, Jenkins, Holland,
             Hambright, Gaston, Withers, Cansler, Clemmer and Lineberger Families.

929.2        Holloman, Eddie Inez Peters and Mary Lillian Peters Whitten. Peters, Vaughan,
H745         Russell and Related Families.

929.2        Hyatt, Harry Middleton. Descendants of John Walton of Baltimore County,
H992         Maryland and Harrison County, Kentucky.

929.2        Jacobson, Judy. Alabama and Mississippi Connections: Historical and
Jacobson     Biographical Sketches of Families Who Settled on Both Sides of the Tombigbee
             River.

929.2        Jenkins, William L., Jr. The Resurrection of John L. Jenkins: A Genealogy.
J52
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          19

929.2        Delgado, Sarah Hattie Hazel, et al. Jennings: The Descendants and Ancestors of
J54          Robert B. Jennings, Senior and His Wife Tabitha (Lockhart) Jennings.

929.2        Johnson, Johnnie Mullinax. Rees and Mary Shelby, Ancestors & Descendants.
Johnson

929.2        Johnson, Johnnie Mullinax. A Chronology of Moses & Isabel Shelby, and their
J67          Sons.

929.2        Landers, John Poindexter and Robert Downs Poindexter. Poingdestre-Poindexter:
L255         Through the Ages, 1250-1977.

929.2        McBride, Elizabeth Jane Bogard. The Family Record Book: the Phillips Family and
McBride      Related Families.

929.2        McCall, Guyton Bobo. Some Descendants of Joseph Guyton (Guiton) and
M122         Hannah Whitaker.

929.2        McConathy, Ruth H. The House of Cravens.
M129

929.2        McKnight, Delbert D. “Yank,” Ruth Longmehel, and Nital Barnett McKnight.
McKnight     McKnight Genealogy: Descendants of Andrew McKnight from South Carolina
             To Mississippi and Beyond, with Allied Sharp and Avant(s) Families.

929.2        Kellogg, Lucy Mary. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations:
M468         Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620,
             Volume One.

929.2        Merrill, William Ernest. Captain Benjamin Merrill and the Merrill Family of
M571         North Carolina.

929.2        Metcalf, Bonita Shivers. Gatewood Family Tree.
Metcalf

929.2        Morell, Louise Cox. Jamestowne to Washington: Little Biographies of Twelve
M841         Generations From Beheathland to Cox, 1607-1950.

929.2        Newman, Sylvanus Chace. Descendants of Rev. Samuel Newman of Rehoboth,
N553         Mass.

929.2        Notable Southern Families.
Notable      Volumes I, II, III
             Volume IV: The Sevier Family
             Volume V: The Crockett Family and Connecting Lines
             Volumes VI: The Doak Family
             Volumes III-IV, V-VI
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued         20

929.2        Pace, Noble H. Pace Family Notes.
P115

929.2        Pace, Noble Hamilton, Senior. Pace: One of America’s Earliest Emigrant
P115         Families.

929.2        Perkins, Minniebell McKaughan. Cuz’s of Sorts: North American Descendants of
P449         Gaelic Clan MacEachain. Volumes 1 & 2

929.2        Reed, Forrest F. A Reed Family in America: With Special Reference to the
R            Family and Descendants of William Reed (1818-1895) Whose Ancestral Home
             Was in Itawamba County, Mississippi.

929.2        Rogers, Virgil Madison. Family History: Rogers – McCravy – Lanham with
Rogers       Allied and Descendant Families.

929.2        Sandlin, Judson F. The Gullett Family.
S217

929.2        Shelby, Cass Knight. The Paternal Ancestry of Richard Denney Shelby, Jr.
Shelby

929.2        Shivers, Marcus O. Shivers Genealogy.
S

929.2        Skelton, John W. John Skelton of Georgia.
S

929.2        Slaymaker, Susan Clark. The Ancestry of Susan Clark Slaymaker: Anderson,
S631         Aultman, Bellote, Breland, Bryant, Calcoat, Carruth, Clark, Cowan, Credille,
             Crenshaw, Durant, Earnest, Floyd, Franklin, Gully, Hart, Hawkins, Hendisy,
             Hodges, Hooks, Houston, Johnson, Kirkland, Kittrell, McKee, Morris, Odom,
             Osborne, Ousley, Perry, Pipkin, Powell, Rowland, Savell, Slocumb, Steen,
             Thompson, Waller, Willis/Willix, Wilson.

929.2        Taylor, Sharon. The Complete Registry of the Skeltons in America.
T246

929.2        Terry, Earnest L. Terry Family Census, 1790-1920, Volume I, Consists of the
Terry        Following States: AL, AR, CA, FL, IL, IN, KY, LA, MS, MO.

929.2        Terry, Earnest L. Terry Family Census, 1790-1920, Volume II, Consists of the
Terry        Following States: NC, OH, OK, OR, SC, TN, TX, VA, WV, WA.

929.2        Tilson, Mercer V. The Tilson Genealogy from Edmond Tilson at Plymouth,
T581         N.E., 1638 to 1911, With Brief Sketches of the Family in England Back to 1066:
             Also Brief Account of Waterman, Murdock, Bartlett, Turner, Winslow,
             Sturtevant, Keith, and Parris Families, Allied With the Parents of the Author.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued        21

929.2        Tisdale, Rosa D. Meet the Tisdales: Descendants of John Tisdale of Taunton,
T613         Mass., 1634-1980.

929.2        Watson, Alan D. Richard Dobbs Spaight.
W337

929.2        Wilburn, Hiram C. Welborn-Wilburn History-Genealogy: The Families in
W666         Virginia-North Carolina and South Carolina.

929.2        Wise, Ronnie W. The Wise Family Chronicles.
W813

929.2        Womack Genealogy: The Official Publication of the Womack Family
W872         Association, Vol. I, Number 1, June 1957, Whole Number 1 to Volume IV,
             Number 2, December 1960,Whole Number 8.

929.2        Yates, Robert Somerville Radford, Sr. A History of James Somerville of
Y33          Culpeper County, Virginia: His Ancestors and Descendants, From 1700-1987.


 GENEALOGY – INDEXES, PASSENGER LISTS, CENSUS, AND OTHER FINDING AIDS

929.3        Dobson, David. American Vital Records From the Gentleman’s Magazine,
A512         1731-1868.

929.3        Banks, Charles Edward. The Winthrop Fleet of 1630: An Account of the Vessels,
B218         the Voyage, the Passengers and their English Homes from Original Authorities.

929.3        Clark, Murtie June. Index to U.S. Invalid Pension Records, 1801-1815.
C594

929.3        Clark, Murtie June. The Pension List of 1820 [U.S. War Department].
C594

929.3        DAR Patriot Index: Centennial Edition.
Daughters    Parts I, II, & III

929.3        DAR Patriot Index: An Index to the Spouses of the DAR Patriots.
DAR          Volume III

929.3        Dobson, David. The Original Scots Colonists of Early America, 1612-1783.
D635

929.3        De Ville, Winston. English Land Grants in West Florida: A Register for the
DeVille      States of Alabama, Mississippi, and Parts of Florida & Louisiana, 1766-1776.

929.3        Eddlemon, Sherida K. 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Mississippi
Eddlemon     Edition. Volume 1 & 2
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued           22

929.3         Gilmer, Lois C. Genealogical Research and Resources: A Guide for Library Use.
G487

929.3         Graves, Rev. Fred R. North Mississippi Presbytery: A Chronological List of the
Graves        Churches, Ministers, Candidates, Moderators, Stated Clerks, and Commissioners
              To the General Assembly from the organization of the Presbytery in 1856 through
              The Church Year 1941-42.

929.3         Hall, Charles M. The Atlantic Bridge to Germany: Volume II, Hessen Part A,
H174          Rheinland-Pfalz Part B (The Palatinate).

929.3         Hoffman, Marian. Genealogical & Local History Books in Print, 5th Edition: U.S.
Hoffman       Sources & Resources Volume, Alabama – New York.

929.3         Hutton, Mary Louise Marshall. Seventeenth Century Colonial Ancestors of the
H985          National Society Colonial Dames, XVII Century, 1915-1975.

929.3         Hutton, Mary Louise Marshall. Seventeenth Century Colonial Ancestors of the
H985          National Society Colonial Dames, XVII Century, 1915-1975: With Supplement
              Number 1, 1975-1979, Supplement Number 2, 1979-1988.

929.3         Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives,
I38           Special Publication No. 40.

929.3         Nesbary, Nettie, et al. Index to the Signatures of Deposit for the Freedman’s
Index         Savings and Loan Bank, 1865-1869, For the State of Mississippi: Columbia, Natchez,
              and Vicksburg.

929.3         Jacobus, Donald Lines. Index to Genealogical Periodicals.
J117          Volume One

929.3         Kirkham, E. Kay. A Survey of American Church Records … For the Period
K             Before the Civil War … East of the Mississippi River, Volume I, Major
              Denominations.

929.3         Kirkham, E. Kay. A Survey of American Census Schedules: An Explanation and
K59           Description of Our Federal Census Enumerations, 1790 to 1950.

929.3         Landis, John T. Mayflower Descendants and their Marriages: For Two
L257          Generations After the Landing, Including a Short History of the Church of the
              Pilgrim Founders of New England.

929.3         Milner, Anita Cheek. Newspaper Genealogical Column Directory.
M659

929.3         Hendrix, Mary Louise Flowers. Mississippi Court Records from the Files of the
Mississippi   High Court of Errors and Appeals, 1799-1859.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued              23

929.3         Works Projects Administration. Mississippi Naturalizations: 1798-1906, The
Mississippi   Index.

929.3         The Pension Roll of 1835.
Pension       Volume I: The New England States: Connecticut, Main, Massachusetts, New
                          Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont.
              Volume II: The Mid-Atlantic States: Delaware, New Jersey, New York,
                          Pennsylvania.
              Volume III: The Southern States: Alabama, Arkansas, D. C. Florida, Georgia,
                          Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South
                          Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia.
              Volume IV: The Mid-Western States: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri,
                          Ohio, and INDEX

929.3         Sherwood, George. American Colonists in English Records: A Guide to Direct
S554          References in Authentic Records, Passenger Lists Not in “Hotten,” Etc., Etc., Etc.
              First and Second Series, Two Volumes in One.

929.3         U.S. Census Bureau. A Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military
U58           Services; With Their Names, Ages, and Places of Residence, as Returned by the
              Marshals of the Several Judicial Districts, Under the Act for Taking the Sixth
              Census.

929.3         Warrens, Mary Bondurant. Family Puzzlers, 1964-1967.
W291

929.309762    King, J. Estelle Stewart. Mississippi Court Records, 1799-1835.
King

929.341       Handbook of Genealogy on Irish Genealogy: How to Trace Your Ancestors and
H             Relatives in Ireland.

929.34347     Schenk, Trudy, Ruth Foelke, and Inge Bork. The Wuerttemberg Emigration
S324          Index. Volumes One, Two, Three, & Four

929.373       Boyer, Carl, 3rd. Ship Passenger Lists: The South (1538-1825).
B791

929.373       Burke’s Presidential Families of the United States of America.
B

929.373       Clark, Murtie June. Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary
C594          War, Volume I: Official Rolls of Loyalists Recruited from North and South
              Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          24

929.373      Clark, Murtie June. Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary
C594         War, Volume II: Official Rolls of Loyalists Recruited from Maryland,
             Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Those Recruited from Other Colonies for the British
             Legion, Guides and Pioneers, Loyal Foresters, and Queen’s Rangers.

929.373      Clemens, William Montgomery. American Marriage Records Before 1699.
Clemens

929.373      Coldham, Peter Wilson. The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1660: A
C688         Comprehensive Listing Compiled from English Public Records of Those Who
             Took Ship to the Americas for Political, Religious, and Economic Reasons; of
             Those Who Were Deported for Vagrancy, Roguery, or Non-Conformity; and of
             Those Who Were Sold to Labour in the New Colonies.
             Volume I: 1607-1660, Volume II: 1661-1699, Volume III: 1700-1750,
             Volume IV: 1751-1776

929.373      Giller, Sadye. Corrections to the Index of Revolutionary War Pension
G476         Applications.

929.373      Heitman, Frances B. Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army
H473         During the War of the Revolution, April, 1775 to December, 1783.

929.373      Hotten, John Camden. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants;
H834         Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years;
             Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others Who Went from
             Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700.

929.373      American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications.
N277a

929.373      Black Studies: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications.
N277b

929.373      Federal Population Censuses, 1790-1890: A Catalog of Microfilm Copies of the
N277fe       Schedules.

929.373      Central States: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications.
N277ce

929.373      Chesapeake/Mid-Atlantic: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
N277ch       Publications.

929.373      Federal Court Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
N277f        Publications.

929.373      Federal Population Census, 1790-1890: A Select Catalog of National Archives
N277fe       Microfilm Publications.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued           25

929.373      Genealogical and Biographical Research: A Select Catalog of National Archives
N277g        Microfilm Publications.

929.373      Immigrant and Passenger Arrivals: A Select Catalog of National Archives
N277i        Microfilm Publications.

929.373      The 1900 Federal Population Census: A Catalog of Microfilm Copies of
N277n        the Schedules.

929.373      The 1910 Federal Population Census: A Catalog of Microfilm Copies of
N277n        the Schedules

929.373      Microfilm Resources for Research: A Comprehensive Guide.
N277na

929.373      New England: A Select List of National Archives Microfilm Publications.
N277ne

929.373      The South and Southwest: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
N277s        Publications.

929.373      The West: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications.
N277w

929.373      Neagles, James C. Confederate Research Sources: A Guide to Archive
N338         Collections.

929.373      Diplomatic Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
N277d        Publications.

929.373      Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives.
N277g

929.373      Military Service Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm
N277m        Publications.

929.373      Brandow, James C. Omitted Chapters from Hotten’s Original Lists of Persons of
O55          Quality… And Others Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations,
             1600-1700: Census Returns, Parish Registers, and Militia Rolls from the Barbados
             Census of 1679/80.

929.373      Pierce’s Register: Register of the Certificates Issued by John Pierce, Esquire,
U            Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army Accounts for the United States,
             to Officers and Soldiers of the Continental Army Under Act of July 4, 1783.

929.373      Virkus, Frederick Adams. Immigrant Ancestors: A List of 2,500 Immigrants to
V818         America Before 1750.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          26

                              GENEALOGY – NEW ENGLAND

929.374      Farmer, John and Samuel G. Drake. A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers
F233         of New England; Containing an Alphabetical List of the Governours, Deputy-
             Governours, Assistants or Counsellors, and Ministers of the Gospel in the Several
             Colonies, from 1620 to 1692; Representatives of the General Court of
             Massachusetts, from 1634 to 1692; Graduates of Harvard College to 1662;
             Members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company to 1662; Freeman Admitted
             to the Massachusetts Colony from 1630 to 1662; with Many Other of the Early
             Inhabitants of New England and Long Island, N. Y., from 1620 to the Year 1675; …

929.3742     Torrey, Clarence Almon. New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
T694
                             GENEALOGY – MASSACHUSETTS

929.3744     Haxtun, Annie Arnoux. Signers of the Mayflower Compact. Three Parts in One.
Haxtun

929.3744     Pope, Charles Henry. The Pioneers of Massachusetts, a Descriptive List, Drawn
P825         from Records of the Colonies, Towns, and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous
             Documents.

929.3744     Sherman, Robert M. and Ruth Wilder Sherman. Vital Records of Marshfield,
V836         Massachusetts to the Year 1850.

                              GENEALOGY – RHODE ISLAND

929.3745     DAR. Minority Military Service: Rhode Island, 1775-1783.
DAR

                              GENEALOGY – CONNECTICUT

929.3746     DAR. Minority Military Service: Connecticut, 1775-1783.
N277c

                              GENEALOGY – PENNSYLVANIA

929.3748     Bishara, Judy Jarvis. Marriage and Death Records of Centre County, Pennsylvania
Bishara      (1858-1913).

929.3748     Hoenstine, Floyd G. 1972 Guide to Genealogical and Historical Research in
H694         Pennsylvania.

929.3748     Appleby, Aimee. Listing of Inhabitants in 1778 Cumberland County,
L773         Pennsylvania.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued               27

929.3748     Rupp, Daniel. A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names of German,
R946         Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania, From 1727 to 1776, with
             a Statement of the Names of Ships, Whence They Sailed, and the Date of their Arrival
             at Philadelphia.

                                GENEALOGY – NEW JERSEY

929.3749     Nelson, William. New Jersey Marriage Records, 1665-1800, Edited, with an
N432         Historical Introduction on the Early Marriage Laws of New Jersey, and the Precedents
             on Which They Were Founded.

                                GENEALOGY – THE SOUTH

929.375      Bernheim, G. D. History of the German Settlements and of the Lutheran Church in
B527         North and South Carolina, From the Earliest Period of the Colonization of the Dutch,
             German and Swiss Settlers to the Close of the First half of the Present Century.

929.375      Clark, Murtie June. Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774.
C594

929.375      Clemens, William Montgomery. North and South Carolina Marriage Records,
C625         from the Earliest Colonial Days to the Civil War.


929.375      Crozier, William Armstrong. Virginia County Records, Volume VIII: A Key to
C954         Southern Pedigrees, Being a Comprehensive Guide to the Colonial Ancestry of Families
             in the States of Virginia, Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky,
             Tennessee, West Virginia and Alabama.

929.375      Holcomb, Brent H. Marriage and Death Notices from the Southern Christian
H725         Advocate. Volume I: 1837-1860, Volume II: 1861-1867

929.375      Powell, William S. The Proprietors of Carolina.
P886

929.375      Esker, Katie-Prince Ward. South Carolina Memorials, Volume I, 1731-1776:
S726         Abstracts of Selected Land Records from a Collection in the Department of Archives
             and History, Columbia, South Carolina.

929.375      White, Katherine Keogh. The King’s Mountain Men: The Story of the Battle,
W585         with Sketches of the American Soldiers Who Took Part.

                                GENEALOGY – MARYLAND

929.3752     Barnes, Robert. Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777.
B261
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          28

929.3752     Brumbaugh, Marcus. Maryland Records: Colonial, Revolutionary, County, and
B893         Church from Original Sources.

929.3752     DAR. Directory of Maryland State Society, Daughters of the American
D238         Revolution and their Revolutionary Ancestors, 1892-1965.

929.3752     DAR, Captain Jeremiah Baker Chapter. Cecil County, Maryland Marriage
D238         Licenses, 1777-1840.

929.3752     Magruder, James M., Jr. Index of Maryland Colonial Wills, 1634-1777, In the
M212         Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland.

                              GENEALOGY – WEST VIRGINIA

929.3754     Johnston, Ross B. West Virginia Estate Settlements: An Index to Wills,
J73          Inventories, Appraisements, Land Grants, and Surveys to 1850.

                                 GENEALOGY – VIRGINIA

929.3755     Baber, Lucy Harrison Miller and Hazel Letts Williamson. Marriages of Campbell
Bab          County, Virginia, 1782-1810.

929-3755     Boddie, John Bennett. Births, Deaths and Sponsors 1717-1778 From the Albemarle
Bod          Parish Register of Surry and Sussex Counties, Virginia.

929.3755     Boddie, John B. Colonial Surry. [Pertains to Surrey Land Grants.]
B666

929.3755     Boddie, John Bennett. Southside Virginia Families.
B666         Volumes I & II

929.3755     Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia:
C436         Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800.
             Volumes I, II, & III

929.3755     Chamberlayne, Churchill Gibson. Births From the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico,
Cha          Prince George, and Dinwiddie Counties, Virginia, 1720-1798.

929.3755     Chapman, Blanche Adams. Isle of Wight County Marriages, 1628-1800.
C588

929.3755     Clarke, Peyton Neale. Old King William: Homes and Families, An Account of
C599         Some of the Old Homesteads and Families of King William County, Virginia, from its
             Earliest Settlement.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          29

929-3755     Clemens, William Montgomery. Virginia Wills Before 1799: A Complete Abstract
Cle          Register of All Names Mentioned in Over Six Hundred Recorded Wills, Arranged
             Alphabetically from Adams to Wright. Copied from the Court House Records of
             Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Loudoun, Prince William and Rockbridge Counties.

929.3755     Clement, Maud Carter. The History of Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
C626

929.3755     Creecy, John Harvie. Virginia Antiquary Volume I: Princess Anne County Loose
Creecy       Papers, 1700-1789.

929.3755     Crozier, William Armstrong. Virginia Colonial Militia, 1651-1776.
C954

929.3755     Surry County Records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684.
D261         Book I

929.3755     Dennis, Earle S. and Jane E. Smith. Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia,
Den          1755-1800.

929.3755     Dennis, Earle S. and Jane E. Smith. Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia,
Den          1755-1800. Reprinted with Bedford County, Virginia: Index of Wills, From 1754-
             1830.

929-3755     Des Cognets, Louis, Jr. English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records.
Des

929.3755     Dickenson, Richard B. Entitled! Free Papers in Appalachia Concerning
D548         Antebellum Freeborn Negroes and Emancipated Blacks of Montgomery County,
             Virginia.

929.3755     The Douglas Register: Being a Detailed Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths,
D737         Together with Other Interesting Notes, as Kept by the Rev. William Douglas, from
             1750 to 1797; An Index of Goochland Wills. Notes on the French-Huguenot Refugees
             Who Lived in Manakin-Town.

929.3755     Hofer, Mildred Saunders and Kimberly Hannan. 1850 Federal Census of
E34          Rappahannock County, Virginia.

929.3755     Genealogies of Virginia Families: From Tyler’s Quarterly Historical and
G326         Genealogical Magazine.
             Volume I: Albridgton-Gerlache, Volume II: Gildart-Pettus, Volume III: Pikethman-
             Tyler, Volume IV: Walker-Yeardley (and Appendix)

929.3755     Gott, John K. Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia: Wills, Inventories and
G685         Accounts, 1759-1800.
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929-3755     Greer, George Cabell. 1623-1666, Early Virginia Immigrants.
Gre

929.3755     Gwathmey, John H. Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution: Soldiers,
G994         Sailors, Marines, 1775-1783.

929.3755     Hamlin, Charles Hughes. They Went Thataway.
H223         Volume 3

929.3755     Hamlin, Charles Hughes. Virginia Ancestors and Adventurers.
H223         Volume I

929.3755     Williams, Martha T., Polly Jane Statham, and Helen P. Brooks. The
Huguenot     Huguenot, 1987-1989, Publication No. 33.

929.3755     Williams, Martha T., Polly Jane Statham, and Helen P. Brooks. The
Huguenot     Huguenot, 1997-1999, Publication No. 38.

929.3755     King, George Harrison Sandford. The Registers of North Franham Parish, 1663-
K52          1814, and Lunenburg Parish, 1783-1800, Richmond County, Virginia.

929-3755     Vestry Book of King William Parish, Virginia, 1707-1750.
Kin

929.3755     Klein, Margaret C. Tombstone Inscriptions of King George County, Virginia.
K64

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriages Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Charlotte County,
Kno          Virginia, 1764-1815.

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriages Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Fredericksburg,
Kno          Virginia, 1782-1850, also Tombstone Inscriptions from St. George Cemetery,
             1752-1920.

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriages Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Pittsylvania County,
Kno          Virginia, 1767-1805.

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriage Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Powhatan County,
Kno          Virginia, 1777-1830.

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriage Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Prince Edward County,
Kno          Virginia, 1754-1810.

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriage Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Southampton
Kno          County, Virginia, 1750-1810.

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriage Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Surry County,
Kno          Virginia, 1768-1825.
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929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriages Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Sussex County,
Kno          Virginia, 1754-1810.

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriages of Brunswick County, Virginia, 1750-1810.
Kno

929.3755     Knorr, Catherine L. Marriages of Culpeper County, Virginia, 1781-1815.
Kno

929.3755     Wertz, Mary Alice. Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia, 1757-1853.
M359

929-3755     Williams, Kathleen Booth. Marriages of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 1806-
M359         1830.

929.3755     Goree, Langston James and Janice Curtis Pampell. Master Index to the
M423         Huguenot, the Biennial Publications of the Huguenot Society, Founders of Manakin in
             the County of Virginia, and Index to Vestry Book of King William Parish, Virginia,
             1707-1750.

929.3755     Matheny, Emma R. and Helen K. Yates. Kingston Parish Register: Gloucester and
Mat          Mathews Counties, 1749-1827.

929.3755     Mead, Edward C. Historic Homes of the South-West Mountains, Virginia.
M479

929.3755     Mihalyka, Jean Merritt and Faye Downing Wilson. Graven Stones: Inscriptions
M636         from Lower Accomack County, Virginia; Including Liberty and Parksley Cemeteries.

929-3755     Nottingham, Stratton. Wills and Administrations of Accomack County, Virginia
Not          1663-1800.

929.3755     Nugent, Nell Marion, Abstracter. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia
N967         Land Patents and Grants. Volume One: 1623-1666, Volume Two: 1666-1695

929.3755     Prichard, A. M. Abstracts from the County Court Minute Book of Culpeper County,
Pri          Virginia, 1763-1764.

929.3755     Register of Ancestors: The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America
Register     in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

929.3755     Slaughter, Rev. Philip. A History of Bristol Parish, Va., With Genealogies of Families
Slaughter    Connected Therewith, and Historical Illustrations.

929.3755     Stanard, W. G. Some Emigrants to Virginia: Memoranda In Regard to Several Hundred
Stanard      Emigrants to Virginia During the Colonial Period Whose Parentage is Shown or Former
             Residence Indicated by Authentic Records.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued             32

929.3755     Sweeny, William Montgomery. Marriage Bonds and Other Marriage Records of
S974         Amherst County, Virginia, 1763-1800.

929.3755     Heads of Families: At the First Census of the First Census of the United States
U58          Taken in the Year 1790, Records of the State Enumerations, 1782 to 1785, Virginia.

929.3755     The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers: Abstracts of Records in the Local and
V157         General Archives of Virginia Relating to the Families of Allen, Bacon, Ballard,
             Batchelder, Blouet, Brassieur (Brashear), Cary, Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris,
             Fontaine, Gray, Hardy, Isham (Henrico County), Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann,
             Mosby, Palmer, Pasteur, Pleasants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith (the
             Family of Francis Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winston,
             Womack, Woodson. Volume I: Allen-Gary, Volume II: Hardy-Pleasants,
             Volume III: Povall-Woodson, Volume IV: Valentine and Smith, Genealogical Tables,
             Bibliographical Note, Index

929.3755     Virginia State Library, Eckenrode H. J. List of the Colonial Soldiers of Virginia.
Vir

929.3755     Torrence, Clayton. Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800: An Index of
V817         Wills Recorded in Local Courts of Virginia, 1632-1800, and of Administrations on
             Estates Shown By Inventories of the Estates of Intestates Recorded in Will (And Other)
             Books of Local Courts, 1632-1800.

929.3755     Waddell, Jos. A. Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from 1726 to 1871.
W116

929.3755     Walter, Alice Granbery. Virginia Land Patents of the Counties of Norfolk, Princess
Walter       Anne & Warwick From Patent Books “O” & “6” – 1666 to 1679.

929.3755     Watson, Walter A. Notes on Southside Virginia.
W343

929.3755     Weisiger III, Benjamin B. Prince George County, Virginia: Records 1733-1792:
Wei          Abstracts of the Remaining county Record Books for the Above period Plus
             Miscellaneous Wills

929.3755     Wilkerson, Eva Eubank. Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex
W681         Counties, Virginia, 1655-1900.

929.3755     Wilson, Howard McKnight. The Tinkling Spring: Headwater of Freedom; A
W748         Study of the Church and Her People, 1732-1952.

929.3755     Wingo, Elizabeth B. Marriages of Norfolk County, Va. (Now City of Chesapeake),
Win          1788, 1793-1817, Volume II.
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929.3755     Wingo, Elizabeth B. Norfolk County Virginia (Now Chesapeake City, Virginia):
Win          Revolutionary War and War of 1812 Applications for Pensions, Bounty Land Warrants
             and Heirs of Deceased Pensioners.

929.3755     Woodson, Robert and Isobel B. Woodson. Virginia Tithables from Burned Record
Woo          Counties: Buckingham 1773-1774, Gloucester 1770-1771 & 1774-1775, Hanover
             1763 and 1770, James City 1768-1769, Stafford 1768 and 1773.

929.3755     Worrell, Anne Lowry. A Brief of Wills and Marriages in Montgomery and
W929         Fincastle Counties, Virginia, 1733-1831.

929.3755     Worrell, Anne Lowry. Early Marriages, Wills, and Some Revolutionary War
W929         Records Botetourt County, Virginia.

929.3755     Wulfeck, Dorothy Ford. Marriages of Some Virginia Residents, 1607-1800.
W961         Volume I: Surnames A-H, Volume II: Surnames I-Z

                            GENEALOGY – NORTH CAROLINA

929.3756     Bell, Mary Bell. Colonial Bertie County, North Carolina: Volume I, Abstracts of
B434         Deed Book A, 1720-1726.

929-3756     Clemens, William Montgomery. North and South Carolina Marriage Records from
Cle          the Earliest Colonial Days to the Civil War.

929.3756     Corbitt, David Leroy. The Formation of the North Carolina Counties, 1663-1943.
C791

929.3756     DAR. National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution of North
D238         Carolina: Genealogical Register Members and Revolutionary Ancestors, 1890-1981.

929.3756     DAR. Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution, with an
D238         Appendix Containing a Collection of Miscellaneous Records.

929.3756     DeMond, Robert O. The Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution.
D384

929.3756     Draughon, Wallace R. North Carolina Genealogical Reference: A Research
D757         Guide.

929.3756     Grimes, J. Bryan. Abstract of North Carolina Wills.
Gri

929.3756     Grimes, J. Bryan. North Carolina Wills and Inventories.
Gri

929.3756     Gwynn, Zac Hargett. Abstracts of the Wills and Estate Records of Granville
G995         County, North Carolina, 1746-1808.
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929.3756     Holcomb, Brent. Anson County, N.C. Deed Abstracts.
H725ad       Volume I: 1749-1757, Volume II: 1757-1766

929.3756     Holcomb, Brent H. Anson County, North Carolina: Deed Abstracts, 1749-1766,
H725         Abstracts of Wills & Estates, 1749-1795.

929.3756     Holcomb, Brent. Anson County, North Carolina Wills and Estates, 1749-1795.
H725aw

929.3756     Holcomb, Brent. Deed Abstracts of Tryon, Lincoln, & Rutherford Counties,
H725d        North Carolina, 1769-1786, Tryon County Wills & Estates.

929.3756     Holcomb, Brent H. Marriages of Surry County, North Carolina, 1779-1868.
H725m

929.3756     Holcomb, Brent. 1782 Tax List of Rutherford County, North Carolina.
H725s
929.3756     Holcomb, Brent. 1785 Tax List of Rutherford County, N.C.
H725s

929.3756     McBee, May Wilson. Anson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early
M118         Records.

929.3756     Muster Rolls of the Soldiers of the War of 1812, Detached from the Militia of
M991         North Carolina in 1812 and 1814.

929.3756     Newsome, A. R. Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to North
N558         Carolina, 1774-1775.

929.3756     The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register. Quarterly. January,
N864         1990 through July, 1903.

929.3756     Leary, Helen F. M. and Maurice R. Stirewalt. North Carolina Research:
N864         Genealogy and Local History.

929.3756     Register, Alvaretta Kenan. State Census of North Carolina, 1784-1787.
N864

929.3756     Ray, Worth S. Ray’s Index and Digest to Hathaway’s North Carolina
N864         Historical and Genealogical Register, with Genealogical Notes and Annotations.

929.3756     Olds, Fred A. An Abstract of North Carolina Wills, from About 1760 to About
O44          1800, Supplementing Grimes’ Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, 1663-1760.

929.3756     Ratcliff, Clarence E. North Carolina Taxpayers, 1701-1786.
R233
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929.3756     Ratcliff, Clarence E. North Carolina Taxpayers, 1679-1790, Volume 2.
R233

929.3756     Ray, Worth S. Colonial Granville county and its People: Loose Leaves from
R264         “The Lost Tribes of North Carolina.”

929.3756     Ray, Worth S. Old Albemarle and its Absentee Landlords.
R264

929.3756     Koon Sue Hill. Rutherford County, North Carolina 1790 Census and 1782 Tax
R975r        List.

929.3756     Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year
U58          1790: North Carolina.

929.3756     Watson, Joseph W. Estate Records of Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1730-
W339         1820.

929.3756     Watson, Joseph W. Abstracts of Early Deeds of Edgecombe County, North
W339         Carolina, 1730-1820.


9293.3756    Wheeler, John H. Reminiscences and Memoirs of North Carolina and Eminent
W563         North Carolinians.

                            GENEALOGY – SOUTH CAROLINA

929.3757     Andrea, Leonardo. South Carolina Colonial Soldiers and Patriots.
AND

929.3757     Ervin, Sara Sullivan. South Carolinians in the Revolution, with Service Records
E73          and Miscellaneous Data, Also Abstract of Wills, Laurens County (Ninety-Sixth
             District), 1775-1855.

929.3757     Holcomb, Brent H. and Elmer O. Parker. Early Records of Fishing Creek
E12          Presbyterian Church, Chester County, South Carolina, 1799-1859, with Appendices of
             the Visitation List of Rev. John Simpson, 17874-1776, and the Cemetery Roster, 1762-
             1979.

929.3757     Houston, Martha Lou. Indexes to the County Wills of South Carolina.
H843

929.3757     Catawba Regional Planning Council. Historic Sites Survey, York County.
C357

929.3757     Lucas, Rev. S. Emmett, Jr. Abbeville District, South Carolina Marriages,
A124         1777-1852.
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929.3757     Thomas, Elizabeth Wood. Anderson County, South Carolina. Volume I: Will Book
A454         A, Part I, Volume II: Will Book A, Part II

929.3757     Baldwin, Agnes Leland. First Settlers of South Carolina, 1670-1680.
B181

929.3757     Thomas, Elizabeth Wood. Chester County, South Carolina.
C525         Volume I: Will Book A, Volume II: Will Book B & C

929.3757     Thomas, Elizabeth Wood. 1820 Census, Chesterfield County, South Carolina.
E34

929.3757     Thomas, Elizabeth Wood and Sydney Starr Furr. Fairfield County, South
F168         Carolina, Wills, 1773-1797.

929.3757     Holcomb, Brent H. South Carolina Marriages, 1688-1799.
H725

929.3757     Index, Land Grant Maps: These Land Grant Maps Cover Parts of Chester,
I38          Fairfield, Greenville, Laurens, Newberry, Spartanburg, and Union Counties in South
             Carolina.

929.3757     Langdon, Barbara R. York County Marriages, 1700-1869, Implied in York
L273         County, SC, Probate Records.

929.3757     Thomas, Elizabeth Wood and Sydney Starr Furr. Laurens County, South
L381         Carolina. Volume I: Will Book A, Volume II: Will Book C,
             Volume III: Will Book D, Volume IV: Will Book E

929.3757     Landrum, J. B. O. History of Spartanburg County: Embracing an Account of
L262         Many Important Events, and Biographical Sketches of Statesmen, Divines and Other
             Public Men, and the Names of Many Others Worthy of Record in the History of their
             County.

929.3757     Lucas, Rev. S. Emmett, Jr. Mills’ Atlas: Atlas of the State of South Carolina.
M657

929.3757     Moss, Bobby Gilmer. Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American
M913         Revolution.

929.3757     Revill, Janie. A Compilation of the Original Lists of Protestant Immigrants to
R454         South Carolina, 1763-1773.

929.3757     Salley, Alexander S. South Carolina Provincial Troops: Named in Papers of the
Sal          First Council of Safety of the Revolutionary Party in South Carolina, June –
             November, 1775.
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929.3757     Esker, Katie-Prince Ward. South Carolina Memorials, Volume II, 1731-1776:
S            Abstract of Selected Land Records from a Collection in the Department of
             Archives and History, Columbia, South Carolina.

929.3757     Crowder, Louise Kelly. Tombstone Records of Chester County, South Carolina
T656         and Vicinity, Volume I, Compiled from Old Family and Abandoned Church
             Graveyards.

929.3757     Heads of Families: At the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year
U58          1790: South Carolina.

929.3757     Walker, Robert H. Directory of Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cemetery:
W183         Bethesda Presbyterian Church, Organized 1769; Located on Hwy. 322
             Approximately 10 Miles from Rock Hill, South Carolina Towards McGonnells,
             South Carolina In York county, December, 1776-April, 1980.

929.3757     Watson, Margaret. Greenwood County Sketches: Old Roads and Early Families.
W341

929.3757     Young, Willie Pauline. Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville District Wills
You          and Bonds as On File in the Abbeville, South Carolina, Courthouse.

                                  GENEALOGY – GEORGIA

929.3758     Austin, Jeannette Holland. The Georgians: Genealogies of Pioneer Settlers.
A936

929.3758     Austin, Jeannette Holland. Georgia Intestate Records.
A936g

929.3758     Austin, Jeannette Holland. Index to Georgia Wills.
A936i

929.3758     Bryan, Mary G. Passports Issued by Governors of Georgia, 1785 to 1809.
B915

929.3758     Bryan, Mary Givens. Passports Issued by Governors of Georgia, 1810 to 1820;
B915p        Index to Persons Receiving Passports, 1785 to 1820.

929.3758     Coulter, E. Merton and Albert B. Saye. A List of the Early Settlers of Georgia.
Cou

929.3758     Davidson, Grace Gilliam. Early Records of Georgia: Volume One, Wilkes
D252         County.

929.3758     Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. The Georgia Black Book: Morbid, Macabre, &
D263         Sometimes Disgusting Records of Genealogical Value.
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929.3758     Master Index to the Georgia Genealogical Magazine.
M423         Numbers 1-46, 1961-1972

929.3758     Stewart, William C. Gone to Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and Their
S852         Neighbors in the Western Migration.

929.3758     White, George. Historical Collections of Georgia: Containing the Most
W584         Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, Etc. Relating to its
             History and Antiquities, from its First Settlement to the Present Time.

                                  GENEALOGY – ALABAMA

929.37561    Gandrud, Pauline Jones. Alabama Records.
A316         Volume 27, Morgan County: Man. Book a, 1821-29; Deed Book A, 1820-28; 1812
             Pensions; Miscellaneous Families
             Volume 32, Morgan County: Man. A, Continued from 27, 1829-26; Miscellaneous
             Chancery Records; Probate Records 4, Partial, 1848 & 49; Deed Book B (Selected)
             Volume 34, Greene County: Marriages, 1835-1836; Deeds; Wills; “The Halcyon,”
             published at Greensborough, 1823; 1812 Pensions; Bibles; Rev. Pensions; Cemeteries
             (Old Greensboro); Bible Rec.; Notes
             Volume 49, Morgan County: Deeds; Orphan Court; Rev. Pensions; 1812 Pensions;
             Bible Records; Cemeteries; Miscellaneous
             Volume 74, Morgan County: Marriages, 1836-1840; Newspaper Extracts; Rev.
             Pensions; Lawsuits
             Volume 105, Morgan County: Marriages, Aug. 1840-Dec. 1851; Cemeteries;
             Lawsuits; Rev. Pensions
             Volume 105, Morgan County: Marriages, Aug. 1840-Dec. 1851; Cemeteries;
             Lawsuits; Rev. Pensions
             Volume 136, Madison County: “B” Surnames; Marriages; Deeds
             Volume 137, Madison County: “B” Surnames; Deeds; Estates
             Volume 138, Madison County: Chancery Records
             Volume 141, Madison County: “C” Surnames; Marriages; Deeds; Death Certificates
             Volume 143, Madison County: “C” Surnames; Deeds and Estates
             Volume 145, Madison County: “C” Surnames; Wills & Estates; Land Patents;
             Tombstones; Rev. Pensions; Miscellaneous
             Volume 147, Madison County: “H” Surnames; Marriages & Deeds
             Volume 149, Madison County: “H” Surnames; Deeds; Death Certificates; Land
             Patents; Bible Records; Tombstones
             Volume 151, Madison County: “T” Surnames; Marriages; Tombstones; Deeds; Land
             Patents; Death Certificates
             Volume 153, Madison County: “W” Surnames; Marriages; Land Patents; Deeds
             Volume 155, Madison County: “L” Surnames; Marriages; Deeds; Land Patents
             Volume 157, Madison County Newspapers: Huntsville Independent, May-Dec. 1885
             & 1887; Huntsville Mercury, 1902; Huntsville Independent, 1879, 1884, Jan.-May
             1885; Huntsville Advocate, 1882; Death Certificates
             Volume 159, Madison County: Chancery Records & Minute book, 1831-34
             Volume 163, Madison County: “C” Surnames; Estates
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          39

             Volume 165, Madison County Newspapers: Southern Advocate, Jan. 7-Apr. 1870;
             Independent, 1876, Jan. 6 thur [sic] Dec. 28; Democrat, 1885, 1877, 1880, 1879, 1886,
             1881; Mercury, 1887, Jan. 5 thru Dec. 28
             Volume 169, Madison County: “L” Surnames; Estates
             Volume 171, Madison County: “T” Surnames; Estates
             Volume 173, Madison County Newspapers: Huntsville Independent, 1878; Huntsville
             Mercury, 1885; Huntsville New South, 1885; Huntsville Mercury, 1890, ’91, ’92;
             Huntsville Argus, 1893
             Volume 175, Madison County: “W” Surnames, Estates
             Volume 177, Madison County: “H” Surnames; Estates
             Volume 179, Madison County: “W” Surnames; Deeds; Death Certificates, Estates
             Volume 181, Madison County: Chancery Records; Minutes Co. Court, 1824;
             Miscellaneous
             Volume 183, Madison County: “H” Surnames; Estates
             Volume 185, Madison County: “M” Surnames; Estates and Marriages
             Volume 189, Madison County: “R” Surnames; Land Patents, Deeds, Estates
             Volume 191, Madison County: “S” Surnames; Estates
             Volume 193, Madison County: “N” Surnames; Estates; Land Patents; Deeds;
             Marriages; Cemeteries; Death Certificates; Tax Lists, 1811, 1813; Bible Records
             Volume 195, Madison County: “P” Surnames; Estates; Land Patents; Additional
             Marriages
             Volume 197, Madison County: “Mc” Surnames; Deeds; Estates; Bible Records;
             Marriages; Confederate Records; Newspaper Extracts; Will of Andrew McLeroy; Death
             Certificates
             Volume 201, Madison County: “P” Surnames; Deeds & Miscellaneous
             Volume 203, Madison County: “S” Surnames; Deeds; Additional Marriages;
             Obituaries; Land Patents
             Volume 207, Madison County: “M” Surnames; Deeds; Chancery Court; Land Patents;
             Tax Lists for 1810, 1811, 1812
             Volume 212, Tallapoosa County: Marriages, 1835-45
             Volume 216, Shelby County: Deeds; Marriages, 1819-22; Lawsuits; Rev. Pensions;
             1812 Pensions; Seminole War Pensions; Wills in Full; Obits; Cemeteries; Bible
             Records
             Volume 222, Chambers County: Lawsuits; Wills, Obit. Of Mrs. Narcissa E. Heath;
             Rev. Pensions; 1812 Pensions; Indian War Pensions
             Volume 244, Shelby County: Wills and Estates; Deeds; Newspapers – Shelby Guide,
             1873, 1871; 1812 Pensions; Rev. Pensions; Wills in Full

929.3761     Owen, Marie Bankhead. Alabama Census Returns 1820 and an Abstract of
A316         Federal Census of Alabama 1830.

929.3761     Barefield, Marilyn Davis. Clarke County, Alabama Records, 1814-1885.
B248

929.3761     DAR, Alabama Historical Society. Index to Alabama Wills, 1808-1870.
D238
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          40

929.3761     England, Flora Dainwood. Alabama Source Book.
E58          Volume One

929.3761     Sumner, Christine P. Jackson County, Alabama, Records.
J12

929.3761     Julich, Louise Milam. Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots in Alabama.
J94

929.3761     Helmbold, F. Wilbur and Neola Wood Helmbold. Library Resource for
L697         Genealogical Research of Alabama.

929.3761     McGuire, Mrs. C. P., Jr. Records of Pickens County, Alabama.
M148         Volumes I, II, & III

929.3761     Owen, Thomas M. Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama: Being a List of Names,
R454         Compiled from Authentic Sources of Soldiers of the American Revolution, Who
             Resided in the State of Alabama.

929.3761     Thomas, Elizabeth Wood. Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama: Volume II.
R454

929.3761     Smith, Nelson Foot. History of Pickens County.
S655

929.3761     Strickland, Ben & Jean Strickland. Records of Choctaw Trading Post, St.
S917         Stephens, Mississippi Territory, 1803-1815; 1808 & 1810 Census, Washington County,
             Mississippi Territory (Alabama).

                                GENEALOGY – MISSISSIPPI

929.3762     Richards, E. Q. Abstracts of Death Notices from the Macon Beacon (Macon,
A1645        Mississippi), 1871-1912.

929.3762     Andrews, Johnnie, Jr. Natchez Colonials: A Compendium of the Colonial
A567         Families of Southwest Mississippi, 1716-1800.

929.3762     Bonner, Kathryn Rose. Mississippi 1860 U.S. Census, Index, Indexing Heads of
B716         Households, and all Other with a Different Surname, Within Said Household, Including
             Hotels, Boarding Establishments, Railroad Camps, Schools, Military Posts, Etc.
             Volume I: A through GAZZ, Volume II: GE through N, Volume III: O through Z

929.3762     Branton, Katherine Clements and Alice Clements Wade. Early Mississippi
Bra          Records: Bolivar County. Volume I: 1836-1861, Volume 2: 1866-1904
             Volume 3: 1866-1900

929.3762     Branton, Katherine Clements and Alice Clements Wade. Early Mississippi
Bra          Records: Bolivar County, Mississippi. Volumes 1, 2, 3 & Index
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued            41

929.3762     Branton, Katherine Clements and Alice Clements Wade. Early Mississippi
Bra          Records: Census Series, Bolivar County, Miss., 1870.

929.3762     Vance, Sara C. The Batesville Cemetery.
B329

929.3762     Brow, Mrs. Loyce F. Miscellaneous Records of Mrs. Henry Clayton Bizzell,
B625         Town of Pace, Bolivar County, Mississippi.

929.3762     Boyd, Sandra E. and Julia Marks Young. Mississippi Historical Heritage: A
B789         Directory of Libraries, Archives, and Organizations.

929.3762     Panola Historical and Genealogical Society. Cemeteries of North Panola County,
C394         Mississippi.

929.3762     City of Cleveland Cemetery Listing From Cemetery 1 to 3.
City

929.3762     Cross, Harold A. They Sleep Beneath the Mockingbird: Mississippi Burial Sites
Cross        and Biographies of Confederate Generals.

929.3762     DAR. Cemetery Records of Bolivar County.
D238

929.3762     Watkins, Raymond W. Death of Confederate Soldiers in Confederate Hospitals.
D285         Volume I: Enterprise, Lauderdale Springs, Marion, Macon, Meridian, Newton,
             Quitman, Shubuta
             Volume II: Brandon (Rankin County)< Edwards Depot (Hinds County), Jackson,
             Morton (Scott County)
             Volume III, Volume IV, Volume V, Volume VI

929.3762     Dilts, Bryan Lee. 1890 Mississippi Census Index of Civil War Veterans or their
Dilts        Widows.

929.3762     Duke III, Francis Marion and Chris B. Morgan. Yalobusha County, Mississippi
Duke         Original Land Patens, Books 1 and 2, 1833-1853.

929.3762     Coyle, Berniece Douglas. 1840 Census of Pontotoc County, Mississippi.
E34

929.3762     1840 and 1850 Bolivar County, Mississippi, Census.
E34

929.3762     Green, John C. III. 1860 Federal Population Census, Bolivar County, Mississippi.
E34

929.3762     Ericson, Carolyn Reeves and Frances Terry Ingmire. Confederate Soldiers Buried at
Ericson      Vicksburg, February 15, 1862-July 4, 1863.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued           42

929.3762     Forrest, Clara Wright. Hinds County, Mississippi, Records, 1823-1848.
For

929.3762     Gillis, Irene S. Grave Registrations of Union Soldiers Buried in the Mississippi
G481         National Cemeteries of Corinth, Natchez, and Vicksburg.

929.3762     Gillis, Irene S and Norman E. Gillis. Mississippi 1820 Census.
G

929.3762     Gillis, Irene S. and Norman E. Gillis. Mississippi 1830 Census.
G

929.3762     Gillis, Irene S. Mississippi 1850 Census: Surname Index.
G

929.3762     Gillis, Norman E. Early Inhabitants of the Natchez District.
G481

929.3762     Grace Church: Rosedale, Miss. [Church Records.]
Grace

929.3762     Ingmire, Frances Terry and Carolyn Reeves Ericson. First Settlers of the
Ingmire      Mississippi Territory: Grants Taken from the American State Papers – Class VIII,
             Public Lands, Volume I, 1789-1809.

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern, et al. Early American Series: Early Mississippi Census,
J13          Volume I, 1788-1819.

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern, et al. Early American Series: Early Mississippi Census,
J13          Volume 2.

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern, et al. Mississippi 1810.
J13

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern, et al. Mississippi 1840.
J13

929.3762     Loggins, Sarah Lucas. Military Annals of Leflore County, Mississippi, Battery C,
L832         140th Field Artillery, World War I.

929.3762     McBee, May Wilson. The Natchez Court Record, 1767-1805, Abstracts of Early
M118         Records.

929-3762     McNees, L. L. Cemetery Records Holmes County, Mississippi, 1955.
McN

929.3762     Mississippi County Court Records from the May Wilson McBee Papers.
M118m
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          43

929.3762     Winston County Genealogical and Historical Society. Marriage Records of
M359         Winston County, Mississippi, 1834-1880, Vol. I.

929.3762     Inhabitants of Mississippi in 1816 [Extracted from The Official and Statistical
Miss         Register of the State of Mississippi, Centennial Edition, 1917].

929.3962     Mississippi Daughter and their Ancestors.
M678

929.3762     Parkes, Nancy Randolph. Mississippi Daughters and their Ancestors.
M678         Volume I & II

929.3762     McEllhiney, Wilda Blewett and Elizabeth Wood Thomas. 1820 Census of
M            Mississippi.

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern. Mississippi 1850 Mortality Schedule.
M678

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern, Wylma Winmill, and Shirley P. Zachrison. Mississippi
M678         1860 Mortality Schedule.

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern, et al. Mississippi 1866 State Census Index.
M678

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern. Mississippi 1870 Mortality.
M678

929.3762     Jackson, Ronald Vern. Mississippi 1880 Mortality.
M678

929.3762     Gillis, Irene S. and Normal E. Gillis. Mississippi Genealogy and Local History.
M678         Volumes One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven & Eight.

929.3762     Mississippi Genealogical Society. Publications of the Mississippi Genealogy
M678         Society: September 1957, Survey of Records in Mississippi Court Houses.

929.3762     Mississippi Genealogical Society. Cemetery and Bible Records. Volumes I – X.
Miss

929.3762     Noxubee County History Society. Noxubee County, Mississippi Marriages.
N9485        Volume I: 1834-1869, Volume II: 1870-1904, Volume III: 1904-1930

929.3762     Noxubee County History Society. Tombstone Inscriptions of Noxubee County,
N9485t       Mississippi.

929.3762     Johnson, Charles Owen. The Order of the First Families of Mississippi, 1699-
O65          1817.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued        44

929.3762     Johnson, Charles Owen. The Order of the First Families of Mississippi, 1699-
O65          1817, Volume Two.

929.3762     Pickering, Mrs. Archie and Mrs. Mort Rogers. Cemetery Census: Covington
P596         County, Mississippi & Surrounding Counties.

929.3762     Ross, Fred. Some Bolivar County, Mississippi, Cemetery Records.
Ross

929.3762     Panola Historical and Genealogical Society. South Panola County, Mississippi
S726         Cemeteries and Addenda for Other Cemeteries of Panola County/

929.3762     Strickland, Ben and Jean Strickland. Records of Wayne County, Mississippi:
S917         State Census, 1816, 1820, 1841, 1845, 1853, 1866, Volume I.

929.3762     Tanner, Lois Ann. Beevers Cemetery Index.
T166

929.3762     Webster, Anne. Mississippi Confederate Pardon Applications.
Webster

929.3762     Welch, Alice Tracy. Family Records: Mississippi Revolutionary Soldiers.
W439

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty C. Carroll County, Mississippi Estate Records 1840-1869 with
Wil          Freedmen Apprenticeships.

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty C. Carroll County Mississippi Pioneers.
Wil

929.3762     Wilshire, Betty C. Holmes County Mississippi Pioneers.
Wil

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty Couch. Mississippi Confederate Grave Registrations.
W756m        Volume I: A-L, Volume II: M-Z

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty Couch. Mississippi Confederate Pension Applications.
Wiltshire    Volume I: A-G, Volume II: H-O, Volume III: P-Z

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty Couch. Marriages and Deaths from Mississippi Newspapers.
W756         Volume 1: 1837-1863, Volume 2: 1801-1850, Volume 3: 1813-1850,
             Volume 4: 1850-1861

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty Couch. Mississippi Index of Wills, 1800-1900.
Wiltshire

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty C. Mississippi Newspaper Obituaries, 1862-1875.
Wiltshire
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued            45

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty C. Mississippi Newspaper Obituaries, 1876-1885.
Wiltshire

929.3762     Wiltshire, Betty C. Mississippi Soldiers: Revolutionary, 1812, Indian and
Wiltshire    Mexican Wars.

929.3762     Yalobusha County, Mississippi: Cemetery Records.
Y19          Volume I: Western Yalobusha County, Volume II: Eastern Yalobusha County
             Volume III: Northern Section, Water Valley, Mississippi
             Unnumbered Volume: Oakhill Cemetery, Water Valley, Mississippi

929.376229   Ragland, Mary Lois. Fisher Funeral Home Records: Vicksburg, Mississippi,
Ragland      1854-1867.

929.376285   Tate County Mississippi White Marriages.
Tate         Volume II

                                 GENEALOGY – LOUISIANA

929.3763     Knight, Carol Young. First Settlers of Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, 1808-1839.
K69

929.3763     Skipwith, H. East Feliciana, Louisiana, Past and Present: Sketches of the
S628         Pioneers.

                                GENEALOGY – OKLAHOMA

929.3766     Wilson, Myrtle Moore. First Supplement to the 1909-1959, Roster and Register
R839         of Ancestors of the Oklahoma Society, Daughters of the American Revolution.

929.3766     Spillers, Lorena Martin. A Roster of the Oklahoma Society, Daughters of the
R839         American Revolution, 1909-1959 and Register of Ancestors.

                                 GENEALOGY – ARKANSAS

929.3767     Payne, Dorothy E. Arkansas Pensioners 1818-1900: Records of Some Arkansas
Pay          Residents Who Applied to the Federal Government for Benefits Arising from
             Service in Federal Military Organizations (Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Indian
             and Mexican Wars.

929.3767     Stevenson, Mrs. James Harold and Mrs. Edward Lynn Westbrooke. Index to
I38          Wills and Adminstrations of Arkansas from the Earliest to 1900.

929.3767     Spousta, Mrs. Winslow Clement. A Roster of the Arkansas Society: Daughters of
S765         the American Revolution, 1893-1968 and Register of Ancestors.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued           46

929.3767     Spousta, Mrs. Winslow Clement and Mrs. Dale Claud Loyd. The First
S765         Supplement to the Roster of the Arkansas State Society, Daughters of the
             American Revolution and Register of Ancestors.

                                GENEALOGY – TENNESSEE

929.3768     Acklen, Jennette Tillotson. Tennessee Records: Bible Records and Marriage Bonds.
Ack

929.3768     Acklen, Jennette Tillotson. Tennessee Records: Tombstone Inscriptions and
A182         Manuscripts, Historical and Biographical.

929.3768     Alexander, Virginia Wood and Rose Harris Priest. Maury County, Tennessee Deed
Ale          Abstracts: Volume I, Books A, B, and C.

929.3768     Allen, Penelope Johnson. Tennessee Soldiers in the Revolution.
All

929.3768     Tennesseans in the Civil War: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units
C582         with Available rosters of Personnel, In Two Parts, Part I.

929.3768     Culp, Frederick M. and Mrs. Robert E. Ross. Gibson County, Past and Present:
C968         The First General History of One of West Tennessee’s Pivotal Counties.

929-3768     Fischer, Marjorie Hood. Tennessee Tidbits 1778-1914, Volume I: A Collection of
Fis          Items Showsing Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce, Guardianship, Naturalization,
             Illegitimacy, Lunacy, Migration, Residency, Relationship, Adoption, Disability,
             Military Service, Emancipation, Tribute, Apprenticeship, etc.

929.3768     Grammer, Norma Rutledge and Marion Day Mullins. Marriage Records of
G745         Washington County, Tennessee, 1787-1840.

929.3768     History of Tennessee: From the Earliest Time to the Present; Together with an
H673         Historical and a Biographical Sketch of Giles, Lincoln, Franklin and Moore
             Counties; Besides a Valuable Fund of Notes, Reminiscences, Observations, Etc.,

929-3768     Lucas, Rev. Silas Emmett, Jr. Marriage Record Book I: January 2, 1789-December
Luc          13, 1837, Davidson County, Tennessee.

929.3768     Lucas, Rev. Silas Emmett, Jr. Obituaries from Early Tennessee Newspapers,
L933o        1794-1851.

929.3768     Mace, Brice M., Jr. Index of Persons in “The History of Wilson County,
M141         Tennessee: Its Land and Its Life.”

929.3768     Strickland, Carolyn West. Membership Roster and Soldiers, Tennessee State
S917         Society of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1970-
             1984.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          47

929.3768     Whitley, Edythe Rucker. Red River Settlers: Records of the Settlers of Northern
W613         Montgomery, Robertson, and Sumner Counties, Tennessee.

929.3768     Whitley, Edythe Rucker. Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early
M613         Settlers from State and County Archives.

929.3768     Lucas, Rev. Silas Emmett, Jr. Marriages from Early Tennessee Newspapers,
L933m        1794-1851.

929.3768     Ray, Worth S. Tennessee Cousins: A History of Tennessee People.
R264

                                GENEALOGY – KENTUCKY

929.3769     Ardery, Mrs. William Breckenridge. Kentucky Records: Early Wills and
A676         Marriages; Copied from Court House Records by Regents, Historians and the
             State Historian; Old Bible Records and Tombstone Inscriptions, Records from
             Barren, Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Daviess, Fayett, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln,
             Madison, Mason, Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott and Shelby
             Counties.

929.3769     Ardery, Mrs. William Breckenridge. Kentucky Court and Other Records, Volume
A676         II: From Original Court Entries, Wills, Deeds, Orders, Suits, Church Minutes,
             Marriages, Old Bibles and Tombstone Inscriptions, Records from Fayette,
             Jefferson, and Lincoln (First Three Great Counties), Bath, Bourbon, Bracken,
             Clark, Fleming, Harrison, Hardin, Jessamine, Mason, Madison, Montgomery,
             Nicholas, Oldham, Scott, Woodford, Warren.

929.3769     Green, Thomas Marshall. Historic Families of Kentucky: With Special Reference
G798         to Stocks Immediately Derived from the Valley of Virginia; Tracing in Detail
             their Various Genealogical Connexions and Illustrating from Historic Sources
             their Influence Upon the Political and Social Development of Kentucky and the
             States of the South and West.

929.3769     Antoniak, Eleanor. Kentucky Marriage Records: From the Register of the
K37          Kentucky Historical Society.

929-3769     McAdams, Mrs. Harry Kennett. Kentucky Pioneer and Court Records: Abstracts of
MacA         Early Wills, Deeds and Marriages from Court Houses and Records of Old Bibles,
             Churches, Grave Yards, and Cemeteries. Records from Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle,
             Clark, Estill, Fayette, Garrard, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer
             Montgomery, Nicholas and Woodford Counties.

929.3769     Robertson, James Rood. Petitions of the Early Inhabitants of Kentucky to the
R651         General Assembly of Virginia, 1769 to 1792.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued           48

                           GENEALOGY – MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

929.377      Toups, Neil J. Mississippi Valley Pioneers.
T726

                                    GENEALOGY – OHIO

929.3771     Douthit, Ruth Long. Ohio Resources for Genealogists with Some References for
D741         Genealogical Searching in Ohio.

929.3771     Powell, Esther Weygandt. Early Ohio Tax Records.
E12

929.3771     Turpin, Joan. Register of Black, Mulatto and Poor Persons in four Ohio Counties,
T957         1791-1861.

                                  GENEALOGY – INDIANA

929.3772     O’Bryne, Mrs. Roscoe C. Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American
D238         Revolution Buried in Indiana. Volume II

                                  GENEALOGY – ILLINOIS

929.3773     Buecher, Robert. St. Clair County: Illinois, Birth and Death Records, 1843-1856.
B928

                            GENEALOGY – NAMES & INSIGNIA

929.4        Hook, J. N. Family Names: How Our Surnames Came to America.
H781

929.4        Pine, L. G. The Story of Surnames.
P

929.4        Puckett, Newbell Niles and Murray Heller. Black Names in America: Origins and
P977         Usage.

929-4        Sims, Clifford Stanley. The Origin and Signification of Scottish Surnames With a
Sim          Vocabulary of Christian Names.

929.4        Stein, Lou. Clues to Our Family Names: What Do They Mean? How Did They
Ste          Begin?

929.4        Surnames Listed in the 1790, United States Census.
S961

929.5        Carmack, Sharon DeBartolo. Your Guide to Cemetery Research.
Carmack
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued            49

929.5        Ridout, Theresa T. Our Links to the Past, 1833-1996, Cemetery Records of
Ridout       Neshoba County, MS.

929.5        Sagely, Mary Ann Smith. East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, Cemetery Inscriptions.
Sagely

929.5        Stemmons, John “D” and E. Diane. The Cemetery Record Compendium:
Stemmons     Comprising a Directory of Cemetery Records and Where They May Be Located.

                                 GENEALOGY – HERALDRY

929.6        Boutell, Charles. Boutell’s Heraldry.
Bou

929.6        Dennys, Rodney. Heraldry and the Heralds.
D412

929.6        Filby, P. William. American and British Genealogy and Heraldry: A Selected
Filby        List of Books.

929.6        Reynolds, J. A. Heraldry and You: Modern Heraldic Usage in America.
R

929.6        Rothery, Guy Cadogan. Concise Encyclopedia of Heraldry.
R846

929.6        Zieber, Eugene. Heraldry in America.
Z65

                                   GENEALOGY – OTHER

929.7        Rountree, John Griffin Richardson and Charles Owen Johnson. The Hereditary
H542         Register of the United States of America, 1972.

929.7        Beattie, Jerome Francis. The Hereditary Register of the United States of
H542         America. 1986.

929.72       Wurts, John S. Magna Charta.
W969         Part I The Romance of the Great Charter, Part II Pedigrees of the Barons
             Part III Continuing the Pedigrees of the Barons, Part IV A Collection of Baronial
             Pedigrees, Part V A Collection of Baronial Pedigrees, Part VI Families of Royal
             Descent, Part VII [Untitled]

929.73       Baird, Charles W. History of the Huguenot Emigration to America. Two Volumes in
Bai          One.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued               50

929.8         Burke, John Bernard. The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and
B959          Wales; Comprising a Registry of Armorial Bearings from the Earliest to the
              Present Time.

929.8         Fairbairn’s Book of Crests of the Families of Great Britain and Ireland.
F163

929.9         Brewer, Floyd I. A Dutch-English Odyssey: Stories of Brewer and Estey
Brewer        Families in North America, 1636-1996.

                                      HISTORY – EUROPE

940           Ogden, Florence Sillers. “My Dear Boys:” Letters to the Men in the Service.
Odgen         [NOTE: A 4-Volume Scrapbook of the letters is available for viewing at the Rosedale
              Public Library.]

940.53        Somerville, Mrs. Keith Frazier. Dear Boys: World War II Letters from a Woman
Som           Back Home.

940.54        Goodson, R. L. Flashbacks.
Goodson

940.54        Reese, Jack and Gloria Reese. What is Brave? Reminiscences of Fear,
What          Loneliness, Hope and Endurance by Mississippi Veterans in the Battle of the Bulge,
              December 16, 1944 to January 25, 1945.

940.5449      Nail, N. Kenneth. Mississippians in the Mighty Eighth: A Collection of Stories
Miss          By and About Young Men from Mississippi Who Served in the Eighth Air Force
              During World War II.

940-548       Thomas, Rowan T. Born in Battle: Round the World Adventures of the 513th
T             Bombardment Squadron.

                                HISTORY – NORTH AMERICA

970.004       Blankenship, Bob. Cherokee Roots.
Blankenship   Volume 1: Members of the Cherokee Tribe Residing East of the Mississippi River
              during the Period 1817-1924. Volume 2: A Companion Book Listing Members of the
              Cherokee Tribe Residing West of the Mississippi River. The Old Settler Rolls and
              Combination Index of the Guion Miller and Dawes Rolls are Included. Drennen Family
              Names Are Also Indexed.

970.004       Jordan, Jerry Wright. Cherokee by Blood: Records of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry
J82           in the U.S. Court, 1906-1910. Volume 1: Applications 1 to 1550, Volume 2:
              Applications 1551 to 4200, Volume 3: Applications 4201 to 7250
              Volume 4: Applications 7251 to 10170
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued        51

970.004      Wiltshire, Betty C. Register of Choctaw Emigrants to the West, 1831 and 1832.
Wiltshire

970.3        Gibson, Arrell M. The Chickasaws.
Gib

970.3        Swanton, John R. Social and Religious Beliefs and Usages of the Chickasa
Swanton      Indians.

970.5        DeRosier, Arthur H., Jr. The Removal of the Choctaw Indians.
D

                                HISTORY – UNITED STATES

973.04       Crockett, Norman L. The Black Towns.
C938

973.07       Weitzman, David. Underfoot: An Everyday Guide to Exploring the American
W436         Past.

973.3        Neagles, James C. Summer Soldiers: A Survey & Index of Revolutionary War
N338         Courts-Martial.

973.314      Rubincam, Milton. The Old United Empire Loyalists List.
U58

973.3455     McAllister, J. T. Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War.
MacA

973.347      Du Ministére des Affairs Étrangéres (Ministry of Foreign Affairs). Les
F            Combattants Français de la Guerre Américaine, 1778-1783: Listes établies
             d’aprés les documents authentiques deposes aux Archives Nationales et aux
             Archives du Ministére de la Guerre [The French Combatants in the American
             War, 1778-1783: Lists Established According to the Genuine Documents Housed
             with the Public Records and the Files of the Ministry of War].

973.36       Kaminkow, Marion & Jack. Mariners of the American Revolution: With an
K15          Appendix of American Ships Captured by the British during the Revolutionary
             War.

973.36       Peterson, Clarence Stewart. Known Military Dead During the American
Pet          Revolutionary War, 1775-1783.

973.7        Purdue, Ida Pace. Papers Pertaining to the Confederacy.
Purdue
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued            52

973.7        U.S. War Department. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official
U58          Records of the Union and Confederate Armies.
             128 Volumes. [Shelved on the West Wall in Mississippi Room.]

973.705      The Confederate Veteran Magazine.
             40 Volumes. [Shelved on built-in Bookcases in Mississippi Room.]

973.7462     Howell, H. Grady, Jr. For Dixie Land I’ll Take My Stand!: A Muster Listing of
Howell       All Known Mississippi Confederate Soldiers, Sailors and Marines.
             Volume I: A-F, Volume II: G-M, Volume III: N-Z

973.7462     Howell, H. Grady, Jr. Davis’ Mississippi Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia: A
Howell       Muster Listing.

973.7462     Howell, H. Grady, Jr. Featherston’s/Posey’s/Harris’ Mississippi Brigade, Army
Howell       of Northern Virginia: A Muster Listing.

973.7462     Howell, H. Grady, Jr. Griffith’s/Barksdale’s/Humphrey’s Mississippi Brigade: Howell
             Army of Northern Virginia, A Muster Listing.

973.7462     Howell, H. Grady, Jr. 22nd Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, C. S. A.
Howell

973.7462     Amann, William Frayne. Personnel of the Civil War: Volume I The Confederate
Personnel    Armies.

973.7462     Rietti, J.C. Military Annals of Mississippi: Military Organizations Which Entered
M            the Service of the Confederate States of America from the State of Mississippi.

973.7462     Schaller, Mary W. and Martin N. Schaller. Soldering for Glory: The Civil War
Schaller     Letters of Colonel Frank Schaller, Twenty-Second Mississippi Infantry.

973.7462     Williams, T.P. Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, in the Civil War, 1861-1865.
W727

973.75       Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the
U58          Rebellion. [Shelved on the West Wall in Mississippi Room.]
             30 Volumes

973.78       Montgomery, Frank A. Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War.
M787

973.782      Davis, Edwin Adams and William Ransom Hogan. The Barber of Natchez:
Davis        Wherein a Slave is Freed and Rises to a Very High Standing; Wherein the Former
             Slave Writes a Two-Thousand-Page Journal About His Town and Himself;
             Wherein the Free Negro Diarist is Appraised in Terms of His Friends, His Code,
             His Community’s Reaction to His Wanton Murder.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued             53

73.782 Howell, H. Grady, Jr. To Live and Die in Dixie: A History of the Third
Howell       Regiment, Mississippi Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A.

973.782       Dennis, Frank Allen. Kemper County Rebel: The Civil War Diary of Robert
H             Masten Holmes, C.S.A.

973.782       Cash, William M. and Lucy Somerville Howarth. My Dear Nellie: The Civil War
N             Letters of William L. Nugent to Eleanor Smith Nugent.

973.782       The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires.
T256          Volume One: Federal Soldiers (Acuff-Wood) Confederate Soldiers (Abbot-Byrne)
              Volume Two: Confederate Soldiers (Caldwell-Fuston)
              Volume Three: Confederate Soldiers (Gailbraith-Kyle)
              Volume Four: Confederate Soldiers (Lackey-Quarles)
              Volume Five: Confederate Soldiers (Rainey-Young)

973.982       Wilson, LeGrand James. The Confederate Soldier.
W

                       HISTORY – SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES

975           Smith, Stephen A. Myth, Media, and the Southern Mind.
Smith

975.5         Meade, William. Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia.
Meade

975.548       Woods, Rev. Edgar. Albemarle County in Virginia: Giving Some Account of What
Woods         It Was By Nature, Of What It Was Made By Man, and Of Some Of the Men Who Made
              It.

975.552       Forrest, William S. Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Norfolk and Vicinity,
For           Including Portsmouth and the Adjacent Counties, During a Period of Two Hundred
              Years. Also, Sketches of Williamsburg, Hampton, Suffolk, Smithfield, and Other
              Places, with Descriptions of Some of the Principal Objects of Interest in Eastern
              Virginia.

975.554       Boddie, John Bennett. Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County Virginia: A
Boddie        History of the County of Isle of Wight, Virginia, During the Seventeen Century,
              Including Abstracts of the County Records.

975.591       Wadell, Jos. A. Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, With Reminiscences
Waddell       Illustrative of the Vicissitudes of its Pioneer Settlers; Biographic Sketches of
              Citizens Locally Prominent, and of Those Who Have Founded Families in the
              Southern and Western States; A Diary of the War, 1861-‘5, and a Chapter
              Reconstruction, with a Supplement.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued             54

975.6        Wheeler, Col. John H. Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 1584 to 1851.
Whe

975.676      Tompkins, D. A. History of Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte, From
Tompkins     1740 to 1903. Volume One – Narrative.

975.69       Griffin, Clarence W. History of Old Tryon and Rutherford Counties, North
Griffin      Carolina.

975.7        Salley, A. S. Jr. The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina from Its First
Sal          Settlement to the Close of the Revolutionary War.

975.7        Summer, George Leland. Newberry County, South Caroline Historical and
Sum          Genealogical.

975.702      Ramsey, Robert W. Carolina Cradle: Settlement of the Northwest Carolina
Ramsey       Frontier, 1747-1762.

976.8        The Goodspeed Histories of Maury, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson, Bedford &
Goo          Marshall Counties of Tennessee.

975.8        Killion, Ronald G. and Charles T. Waller. Georgia and the Revolution.
Killion

975.8543     Davidson, Victor. History of Wilkinson County.
Davidson

                     HISTORY – SOUTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES

976          Canonici, Paul V. The Delta Italians: Their Pursuit of “The Better Life” and their
Canonici     Struggle Against Mosquitoes, Floods, and Prejudice.

976          Skinner, Constance Lindsay. Pioneers of the Old Southwest: A Chronicle of the
Skinner      Dark and Bloody Ground.

976.1        Brewer, W. Alabama: Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men, from
Brewer       1540 to 1872.

976.1        Brewer, W. Alabama: Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men, From
Brewer       1540 to 1872.

976.1        Owen, Thomas McAdory. History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama
Owe          Biography. Volumes I-IV.

976.1485     Russell County Historical Commission. The History of Russell County,
R961         Alabama.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued              55

                                   HISTORY – MISSISSIPPI

976.2        Long, John H., Ed., and Peggy Tuck Sinko. Mississippi Atlas of Historical
Atlas        County Boundaries.

976.2        Carter, Clarence Edwin. Mississippi Territorial Papers – Index (Territorial
Carter       Papers of the United States, Volumes Five and Six).

976.2        Carter, Clarence Edwin. The Territorial Papers of the United States: Volume V,
Carter       The Territory of Mississippi, 1798-1817.

976.2        Carter, Clarence Edwin. The Territorial Papers of the United States: Volume VI,
Carter       The Territory of Mississippi, 1809-1817.

976.2        Davis, Reuben. Recollections of Mississippi and Mississippians.
D

976.2        Fulkerson, H.S. Random Recollections of Early Days in Mississippi.
F

976.2        Gallagher, John S. and Alan H. Patera. Mississippi Post Offices.
Gallagher

976.2        Higginbotham, Jay. The Journal of Sauvole: Historical Journal of the
H            Establishment of the French in Louisiana by M. de Sauvole.

976.2        Hobbs, Edward H. Mississippi in Maps: Industry, Resources, Agriculture.
Hobbs

976.2        Holtzclaw, Robert Fulton. Black Magnolias: A Brief History of the Afro-
H758         Mississippian, 1865-1980.

976.2        Howell, Elmo. Mississippi Home-Places: Notes on Literature and History.
H859

976.2        Howell, Elmo. Mississippi Scenes: Notes on Literature and History.
H859

976.2        Logan, Marie T. Mississippi – Louisiana Border Country: A History of Rodney,
L            Miss., St. Joseph, La., and Environs.

976.2        McQuirter, Eleanor. Index to Place Names in Mississippi Telephone Directories.
McQuirter

976.2        Mississippi Historical Society. Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society.
M            Volumes I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, & XIV
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          56

976.2        Speakes, Vera Jacobs. Mississippi Portraiture.
M

976.2        Gonzales, John Edmond. A Mississippi Reader: Selected Articles from The
M678         Journal of Mississippi History.

976.2        White, Geneva Brown Blalock and Eva Hunter Bishop. Mississippi’s Black
M            Women: A Pictorial Story of their Constributions [sic] to the State and Nation.

929.2        Montague, George William. History and Genealogy of Peter Montague of
Montague     Nansemond and Lancaster Counties, Virginia, and His Descendents, 1621-1894.

976.2        Pike, Roy W. Mississippi in Maps, 1969: Features, Agriculture, Resources, Industry.
Pike

976.2        Pike-Amite Library System. Mississippi Counties.
P635

976.2        Register, James. America Mississippi, Early 1800’s.
R

976.2        Register, James. Jallon: Arabic Prince of Old Natchez, 1788-1828.
R

976.2        Register, James. Fort Rosalie: The French at Old Natchez, 1682-1762.
R

976.2        Reynolds, John W. Lingering Memories: A Scrapbook of Southern Rural Life.
Reynolds

976.2        Roberts, Cyrus Tapscott. Some Oaks Grow Small.
R

976.2        Rowland, Dunbar. History of Mississippi: The Heart of the South.
R            Volumes I, II, III, & IV

976.2        Rowland, Dunbar. Mississippi: Comprising Sketches of Counties, Town, Events,
R            Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form.
             Volume III
             Volume IV: Supplemental Volume

976.2        Rowland, Dunbar. Military History of Mississippi, 1803-1898.
R

976.2        Rowland, Dunbar. Mississippi Provincial Archives, 1763-1766: English
R            Dominion, Letters and Enclosures to the Secretary of State from Major Robert
             Farmer and Governor George Johnstone. Volume I
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          57

976.2        Rowland, Dunbar and A. G. Sanders. Mississippi Provincial Archives, 1729-
R            1740: French Dominion, French-English-Indian Relations; Wars with the Natchez
             and Chickasaw Indians. Volumes I, II, III, IV, & V

976.2        Prenshaw, Peggy W. and Jesse O. McKee. Sense of Place.
S478

976.2        Sydnor, Charles S. and Claude Bennett. Mississippi History.
S

976.2        Turitz, Rabbi Leo E. and Evelyn Turitz. Jews in Early Mississippi.
T938

976.2        Sullivan, Charles L. and Bourbon Hughes. Valor Remembered: War Dead of the
Val          State of Mississippi: Lists by County of Mississippians Who Died in the Service
             of the Nation in the Major Wars of the 20th Century; World War I, World War II,
             Korea, Vietnam.

976.2        Whitten, Paul. To Beulah and Back: The Right Place at the Right Time.
Whitten

976.2004     Carpenter, Barbara. Ethnic Heritage in Mississippi.
Eth

976.200495   Quan, Robert Seto. Lotus Among the Magnolias: The Mississippi Chinese.
Q1

976.200496   Hermann, Janet Sharp. The Pursuit of a Dream.
H552

976.200497   Wells, Samuel J. and Roseanna Tubby. After Removal: The Choctaw in
After        Mississippi.

976.2008     Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi: Embracing an Authentic and
B            Comprehensive Account of the Chief Events in the History of the State, and a
             Record of the Lives of Many of the Most Worthy and Illustrious Families and
             Individuals. Genealogical Abstract of Biographical Section.

976.2009     Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi: Embracing an Authentic and
B            Comprehensive Account of the Chief Events in the History of the State, and a
             Record of the Lives of Many of the Most Worthy and Illustrious Families and
             Individuals, in Two Volumes. Volumes I & II

976.205      Everett, Frank E., Jr. Brierfield: Plantation Home of Jefferson Davis.
E

976.205      Phelps, Dorothy Cole and Henry Vick Phelps II. Nitta Yuma, King Cotton.
P
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued         58

976.206      Bearss, Edwin C. Decision in Mississippi: Mississippi’s Important Role in the
B            War Between the States.

976.206      Holder, Ray. The Mississippi Methodists, 1799-1983: A Moral People “Born of
H727         Conviction”.

976.212      Cain, Cyril Edward. Four Centuries on the Pascagoula: History and Genealogy of
F773         the Pascagoula River County. Volume I & II

976.213      Alexander, Mary Ellen. Rosalie and Radishes: A History of Long Beach,
Alexander    Mississippi.

976.214      Reed Forrest F. Itawamba: A History, Story of a Country in Northeast
R            Mississippi.

976.214      Thigpen, S.G. Next Door to Heaven.
T

976.214      Thigpen, S.G. Pearl River: Highway to Glory Land.
T439

976.214      Thigpen, S.G. A Boy in Rural Mississippi & Other Stories.
T

976.221      Beets, Eva. Collections…
B415c

976.221      Marion County Historical Society. History of Marion County, Mississippi.
M

976.223      Conerly, Luke Ward. Pike County, Mississippi, 1798-1876: Pioneer Families and
C747         Confederate Soldiers, Reconstruction and Redemption.

976.226      Haynes, Robert V. The Natchez District and the American Revolution.
H

976.226      Polk, Noel. Natchez Before 1830.
Natchez

976.226      Register, James. Views of Old Natchez, Early 1800s.
R

976-226      Sansing, David G., et al. Natchez, an Illustrated History.
S229

976-226      Shields, Joseph Dunbar. Natchez: Its Early History.
S
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued         59

976.2283     Cotton, Gordon A. News from Rodney, 1834-1840: Notices of Historical and
C851         Genealogical Interest from the Newspaper of Rodney, Miss., also Twenty-One
             Rare Photographs of the Old River Town.

976.2285     Headley, Katy McCaleb. Claiborne County, Mississippi: The Promised Land.
C

976.229      Currie, James T. Enclave: Vicksburg and Her Plantations, 1863-1870.
C976

976.229      Grillis, Pamela Lea. Vicksburg and Warren County: A History of People and
G858         Place.

976.24       The Big Event 1987: A Celebration and Reunion, A Southern-Chinese Heritage
B592         Convention, December 27, 1987, Washington County Convention Center,
             Greenville, Mississippi.

976.24       Delta Tour Guide and Picture Book.
Delta

976.24       Speakes, Vera. Delta Tour Guide and Picture Book, 1979-1980 Edition.
S741

976.242      Hall, Russell S., et al. Images of America: Washington County, Mississippi.
Hall

976.242      Hafter, Jerome C. and Jo. Washington County Historical Society: Programs of
H139         1978.

976.242      Keating, Bern. A History of Washington County, Mississippi.
K

976.242      McCain, William D. and Charlotte Capers. Memoirs of Henry Tillinghast Ireys:
M121         Papers of the Washington County Historical Society, 1910-1915.

976.242      Turk, Dorothy Love. Leland, Mississippi: From Hellhole to Beauty Spot.
Turk

                       HISTORY – BOLIVAR COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

976.243      The Journal of the Bolivar County Historical Society. Volumes I-VIII
Bolivar      [For a complete listing of contents, see “Mississippi Room Resources” binder.]

976.243      Catalist 1992, Business and Household Digest of Cleveland, Mississippi:
C            Household and Business Profiles, Street by Street Address Guide, Phone Number
             Cross-Reference, Comprehensive Business Index.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued            60

976.243       Cleveland, Mississippi City Directory (Including Boyle and Bolivar County
C             Farms and Ranches).
              1930, 1941, 1955, 1959, 1962-63, 1967, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1985,
              1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1996. 1998, 2000, 2002

976.243       Crowe, Milburn J., Editor. Mound Bayou, Mississippi Centennial Celebration, July
Crowe         1-12, 1987.

976.243       Gray, William F. Imperial Bolivar.
G

976.243       Lamar, Curt. History of Rosedale, Mississippi, 1876-1976.
History

976.243       History of the Litton Community.
H673

976.243       Hood, A. P. The Negro at Mound Bayou.
H

976.243       How Cleveland Grew…
How

976.243       Jacobs, Annie E. The Master of Doro Plantation: An Epic of the Old South.
J17

976.243       Odom, Mary Ann. Madame Hodnett Chapter, Daughters of the American
O25           Revolution. Part 1 and Part 2

976.243       The Bolivar Commercial. Reflections of Bolivar County.
Reflections   Volume I & Volume II

976.243       Sillers, Florence Warfield, et al. History of Bolivar County, Mississippi.
S584

976.243       Weeks, Linton. Cleveland: A Centennial History, 1886-1986.
W395

976.243       Williamson, Stephen A. Mound Bayou, Mississippi: The Growth of an Idea,
W             1865-1924.

976.243       Souvenir Program of the 50th Anniversary of Mound Bayou, Mississippi, July 11-
Souvenir      17, 1937.

                                    HISTORY - MISSISSIPPI

976.255       Bynum, Victoria E. The Free State of Jones: Mississippi’s Longest Civil War.
Bynum
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued       61

976.255      Kitchens, Mary H. and Theresa Blackledge. A Mini-Confederacy: The Free State
K            of Jones, 1862-1886-: A Source Book.

976.255      Leverett, Rudy H. Legend of the Free State of Jones.
L661

976.255      Payne, Cleveland. Laurel Remembrances.
Payne

976.2582     Sullivan, Chester. Sullivan’s Hollow.
S

976.259      Mississippi’s Piney Woods: A Human Perspective.
Miss

976.2623     Mead, Carol Lynn. The Land Between Two Rivers: Madison County,
M479         Mississippi.

976.2625     Campbell, Will D. Providence.
C192

976.2625     Magnolia Club. Goodman, Mississippi, 1865-1986.
G653

976.2625     History of Holmes County, Fifth District, 1962, Woman’s Club, Durant,
W872         Mississippi.

976.2635     Hathorn, J. C. A History of Grenada County.
H364

976.2642     Crouch, Evelyn. History of Montgomery County, Mississippi.
History

976.2644     Kosciusko-Attala Historical Society. Kosciusko-Attala History.
Kosciusko

976.2644     Meredith, James H. Attala: Ancient Mississippi Before 1540.
Meredith

976.2644     Meredith, James H. History of Attala County Mississippi, 1833-1917.
Meredith

976.2644     Porter, Anne Hughes. A Place Called Sallis: In Attala County Mississippi.
P844

976.2653     Spense, Mac and Louise. The History of Leake County, Mississippi: Its People
H673         and Places.
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          62

976.2673     Yates, Gayle Graham. Life and Death in a Small Southern Town: Memories of
Yates        Shubuta, Mississippi.

976.2676     Dawson, James T. John Wesley Beeson and the Beeson Colleges.
Dawson

976.2676     Fairley, Laura Nan and James T. Dawson. Paths to the Past: An Overview
F172         History of Lauderdale County, Mississippi.

976.2685     Craycroft, Robert and Lindsey Bute. The Neshoba County Fair: Place and
Craycroft    Paradox in Mississippi.

976.2685     Yates, Jenelle B. and Theresa T. Ridout. Red Clay Hills of Neshoba: Roots,
Y32          Reflections, Ramblings, the Early History of Neshoba County, Mississippi.

976.2694     Coleman, J.P. Choctaw County Chronicles: A History of Choctaw County,
C            Mississippi, 1830-1973.

976.2697     Webster County History Association. The History of Webster County,
H673         Mississippi.

976.281      Nail, Ken, Jr. The Way I Heard It: A History of Calhoun County.
N

976.282      Yalobusha Historical Society. Yalobusha County History. [Mississippi]
Y19

976.283      Skipwith Historical and Genealogical Society. The Heritage of Lafayette County,
H548         Mississippi.

976.283      Terry, Irene Phelps. Faulkner, Ghosts and Local Folk: Conversin’ at the
T329         Compson House.

976.284      Panola County Genealogical and Historical Society. History of Panola County,
P195         Mississippi.

976.285      Tate County Mississippi Genealogical and Historical Society. The Heritage of
Heritage     Tate County, Mississippi.

976.285      Carpenter, Howard. A History of Tate County.
H

976.288      Miller, Mary Carol. Marshall County: From the Collection of Chesley Thorne
Miller       Smith.

976.29       Nabors, S.M. History of Old Tishomingo County, 1832-1940.
H673
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued           63

976.2923     Brown, Andrew. History of Tippah County, Mississippi: The First Century.
Brown

976.293      Winston, E.T. Story of Pontotoc: Part I, The Chickasaws.
W

976.2942     Chickasaw County Historical and Genealogical Society. A History of Chickasaw
C533         County, Mississippi. Volumes I & II.

976.2953     Carroll, Thomas Battle, et al. Historical Sketches of Oktibbeha County,
C319         Mississippi.

976.2955     Sledge, Broox. Dancing Rabbit: A Book About People, Places and Things in
S632         Noxubee County.

976.2973     Lowndes County Dept. of Archives and History. A Pictorial History of the
Lowndes      People of Lowndes County, Mississippi.

976.2973     Bunkers, Suzanne L. The Diary of Caroline Seabury, 1854-1863.
Sea

976.2973     Kaye, Samuel H., et al. By the Flow of the Inland River: The Settle of
K23          Columbus, Mississippi to 1825.

976.2975     Elliott, Jack D. Jr. and Mary Ann Wells. Cotton Gin Port: A Frontier Settlement
Elliott      on the Upper Tombigbee.

976.2975     Monroe County Book Committee. A History of Monroe County, Mississippi.
H673

976.2975     Monroe County: The Bicentennial Edition of The Armory Advertiser, First Printed
M            Sunday, April 11, 1976.

976.2985     Prentiss County Historical Association. History of Prentiss County, Mississippi.
P927

976.299      Williams, Rosemary Taylor. Cross City Chronicle: A Pictorial History of
C            Architecture in Corinth & Alcorn County.

976.2993     Alcorn County Historical Association. The History of Alcorn County,
A354         Mississippi.

976.2995     Kitchens, Ben Earl. Gunboats and Cavalry: A History of Eastport, Mississippi,
K62          with Special Emphasis on Events of the War Between the States.

976.3        Cooper, F. Wesley. Louisiana: A Treasure of Plantation Homes.
Cooper
Bolivar County Library System Guide to Genealogical Records and Resources – Continued          64

976.3        Hubbell, Macklyn W. On the Stoop.
Hubbell

976.4215     Russell, Traylor. History of Titus County, Texas.
R967

976.859      Garrett, Jill K. ‘Hither and Yon’: The Best of the Writings of Jill K. Garrett.
G239

977          Ambrose, Stephen E., et al. The Mississippi: And the Making of a Nation from
Ambrose      the Louisiana Purchase to Today.

977          Bragg, Marion. Historic Names and Places on the Lower Mississippi River.
B813

977          Fraiser, Jim. Mississippi: River County Tales, A Celebration of 500 years of
Fraiser      Deep South History.

977          Daniel, Pete. Deep’n As It Comes: The 1927 Mississippi River Flood.
D

977          Pabis, George S. Daily Life Along the Mississippi.
Pabis

978          Schlissell, Lillian, et al. Far From Home: Families of the Westward Journey.
S

				
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