Sojourn Through Time: Resources I Own
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As I conduct my own research I accumulate resources that may be of value to others as well. I have a list of resources currently in my possession listed below. I would be happy to do lookups for people to the extent that I can. However, please be reasonable in your requests, and provide as much detail as you can.

If you need a lot of information from any of these resources I strongly recommend that you purchase the item yourself. These are all excellent resources and we as genealogists need to support the authors/developers.

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Alabama

1910 Federal Census, Jefferson County (Birmingham) (T624-17)

1910 Federal Census, Jefferson County (Birmingham) (T624-18)

1910 Federal Census, Jefferson County (Birmingham) (T624-19)

1910 Federal Census, Jefferson County (Birmingham) (T624-20)

Alabama Vital Records: Marriages 1808-1920 - Selected Counties (Ancestry.com CD)

Kentucky

Kentucky Vital Records: Marriages 1780-1920 - Selected Counties (Ancestry.com CD)

Massachusetts

A History of the Early Settlement of Newton, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts From 1639 to 1800, With a Genealogical Register of its Inhabitants Prior to 1800, by Francis Jackson (indexed).
The title says it all!

Newton, Massachusetts, 1679-1779: A Biographical Directory, compiled and edited by Priscilla R. Ritter & Thelma Fleishman.

Massachusetts Probate Records: Middlesex & Essex Counties, Selected Years
An index of probate records for Middlesex County (1648-1909) and Essex County (1640-1840)

Massachusetts Vital Records: 1690-1890 (Ancestry.com CD)

New York

1790 Federal Census, State of New York (M637-6)

1800 Federal Census, Kings, New York, and Oneida Counties (M32-23)

1810 Federal Census, Jefferson, Kings, Lewis, and Madison Counties (M252-28)

1820 Federal Census, Genesee, Hamilton, and Jefferson Counties (M33-72)

1830 Federal Census, Jefferson and Lewis Counties (M19-92)

1870 Federal Census Index, State of New York (Heritage Quest CD)

1900 Federal Census, Oswego County (ED 131 [part], sheet 2-end) (T623-1144)

1910 Federal Census Index, New York Upstate (Heritage Quest CD)

Bedford Journal 1810-1844, by John Wiley Bedford. (Indexed)
This diary focuses on Lyme Township in Jefferson County, NY. Many residents are mentioned in the book.

Around Auburn, Vol. II, by Stephanie E. Przybylek (Unindexed)
A pictorial history of the city of Auburn in Cayuga County. Not really focused on genealogy, but some terrific history of the city and its businesses.

History of the Town of Worth, 1795-1976, by Orrinda Moreton

More About Worth, by Orrinda Moreton

Orwell Remembered, 1806-1976, by Mrs. Betty (Robert) D. Martin

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Vital Records: 1636-1930 (Ancestry.com CD)

Tennessee

Campbell County, Tennessee, USA: A History of Places, Faces, Happenings, Traditions, and Things, by Miller McDonald. (Unindexed)
This is a three-volume set containing a tremendous amount of information on the history of Campbell County and its residents. The chapters are divided by regions within the county, so if you know where within Campbell County your ancestors resided I am much more likely to have success finding them.

The Land of the Lake, by G.L. Ridenour. (Indexed)
Another nice history of Campbell County.

Speedwell (Through 200 Years), by Bonnie Page. (Indexed)
A nice history of the Speedwell area of Claiborne and Campbell Counties. Many different people contributed their reminicences and many area families are discussed.

The Civil War & Campbell County, Tennessee, by Gregory K. Miller. (Indexed)
A nice overview of the role of Campbell Countians in the Civil War. Appendixes include lists of soldiers and their units.

Call Me Hillbilly, by Gladys Trentham Russell (Unindexed)
A biographical reminiscence by the author of her life in the Smoky Mountains until families were forced out to make way for the national park that followed. The book contains lots of genealogical information related to the families in the Sugarlands, Elkmont, Fighting Creek and Forks-of-the-River area of Sevier County.

USGS 7.5 Minute Maps, Campbell County

1830 Federal Census, Blount, Campbell, Hawkins, Knox, McMinn & Sevier Counties (M19-178)

Virginia

Virginia Vital Records: Marriages 1670-1929 - Selected Counties (Ancestry.com CD)

Virginia Vital Records: Births 1656-1896 - Selected Counties (Ancestry.com CD)

1840 Federal Census, Smyth County (M704-578 Smyth Co. only) (Indexed)

1850 Federal Census, Smyth County (M432-976 Smyth Co. only) (Indexed)

Smyth County, Virginia Cemeteries, Vols. 1-4, by Mack Sturgill & Kenneth Sturgill (Indexed)
A very well done documentation of Smyth County cemeteries.

Surname Books

Hatfield Family History, by Harry Sellards, Jr.

The Hatfields & The McCoys, by Otis K. Rice

The Hatfields of Walden's Ridge, Tennessee, by Bruce Mitchell

The McCoys: Their Story, by Truda Williams McCoy

The Hatfields, by G. Elliott Hatfield

Tale of a Litvak, by Morris S. Schulzinger

William Tanner of North Kingstown, Rhode Island and His Descendants , by Rev. George Tanner

General Information

1880 United States Census and National Index, by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Pedigree Resource File, Discs 1-5, by The Family History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)



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