Vol I File 17: The Paternal Ancestry of Homer Beers James

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Vol I File 17: The Paternal Ancestry of Homer Beers James


The following bibliography contains both references used in this genealogy and other materials of interest to this period of time and the persons involved. The material used in the descriptive material of this genealogy has been abstracted from the selected references:

________, "Four Gothic Kings -- Henry III, Edward I, Edward II, Edward III (1216-1377)"

________, "Dynasties of the World"

________, "Dictionary of Royal Lineage"

________, "Knights of Edward I., The Publication of the Harleian Society", Vol 80-84, (Vol 1-5) (1929-1932)

________, "The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families", The Publication of the Harleian Society", Vol 103 (1951)

________, "The Cambridge Ancient History, Vol X., The Augustan Empire, 44 B.C. - 70 A.D."

________, "The Fighting Kings of Wessex"

________, "Dictionary of National Biography (Great Britain)"

________, "Dictionary of Royal Lineage".

Adams and Weis, "The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215"

Adams and Angerville, "Living Descendants of Blood Royal"

Anderson, James, "Royal Genealogies or the Genealogical Tables of Emperors, K bnings, and Princes, from Adam to These Times." (1736) (Being traced through Carnegie Library)

Barber, Richard, "Henry Plantaganet (II)" (1964)

Barrett, Anthony, "Caligula, The Corruption of Power," (1989).

Broughton, Bradford B., "Dictionary of Medieval Knighthood and Chivalry" (1988). A good source of details.

Browning, C. H., "Americans of Royal Descent" (1883), Reprinted (1969)

Burke, John Bernard, " Genealogical History of the Dormont, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire" (1866). This reference has been extremely helpful in providing details of many of my ancestors in the Middle Ages.

Canning, John (ed), "100 Great Kings, Queens, and Rulers of the World, Biographies of the World's Great Leaders" (1985).

Castries, De Rene de la Croix, "The Lives of the Kings and Queens of France" (1979)

Churchill, Winston S., "History of the English Speaking Peoples-Volume One-The Birth of Britain" (1956)

Cokayne, G. E., "The Complete Peerage", Volumes I-XII.

Collingwood, R. G., and Myres, J. N. L., "Roman Britain and the English Settlements," 2nd Edition, Oxford at the Clarendon Press (1937)

Collins, Roger, "Early Medieval Europe, 300-1000 A.D." (1991)

Costain, Thomas B. "The Three Edwards (Edward I., Edward II., and Edward III.)" (1958)

Crispin and Macary, "Falaise Rolls" (1938). Excellent reference for those with William the Conqueror in 1066.

Douglas, David, "William the Conqueror" (1964)

Dugdale, "Baronage of England" (London, 1675)

Dugdale, William, "Monasticon Anglicanum" (c. 1675)

Durant, Will, "The Story of Civilization - Caesar and Christ - A History of Roman Civilization and Christianity from their beginnings to 325 A.D." (1944)

Egan, Hintz, and Wise, "Kings, Rulers, and Statesmen" (1976)

Fisher, Hubert, "The Medieval Empire, Vol 1." (1898)

Foster, Joseph, "The Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage of the British Empire" (1882)

Fraser, Antonia, "The Warrior Queens" (1989) (Boadicea, Matilda, etc.)

Frere, Sheppard, "Britannia- A History of Roman Britain," Harvard University Press (1967)

Gardner, Harland, and Smith, "A Genealogical Atlas of England and Wales"

George, "General Tables, Illustrations of Modern History" 5th Ed., No. III.

Gibson, Peter, "The Concise Guide to Kings and Queens" (1985)

Giss, Vicary (Ed.), "The Complete Peerage" 13 volumes (1910-1959)

Grant, Michael, "Julius Caesar" (1969)

Gregory, Bishop of Tours (Translated by Ernest Brehaut),"History of the Franks" (written originally in 594) (Published originally in 1916) (Reprinted in 1965)

Hallam, Elizabeth, "The Plantaganet Encyclopedia" (1990)

Hallu, Roger, "Anne of Kiev, Queen of France", (in French and Russian) Ukrainian Catholic University (1973)

Hassall, W. O., "Who's Who in History " Volume I. British Isles (55 B.C. to 1485 A.D.)

Horne, Charles F. (Ed.), "Great Men and Famous Women" (1894)

Jenks, Edward, "Edward Plantaganet (Edward I.), The English Justinian" (1901)(Hillman Lib.)

Jones, Francis, "The Princes and Principality of Wales" (1969)

Koenigsberger, H. G., "Medieval Europe 400-1500 (A History of Europe)" (1987)

Labarge, M. W., "Saint Louis, Louis IX, Most Christian King of France" (1968) (CCAC Library)

Latouche, Robert (Tr. by Jennifer Nicholson),"Caesar to Charlemagne - The Beginnings of France" (1965)

Meade, Marion, "Eleanor of Aquitaine, A Biography" Hawthorn Books, Inc (1977)

Merriman, Roger B., "The Rise of the Spanish Empire" Vol I. (Middle Ages) (1918)

Montanelli, Indro, "Romans Without Laurels" (1954)

Moriarity, "The Plantaganet Ancestry"

Nolte, Rev. Ira E., "The Negus Family Genealogy"

Payne, Stanley G., "Spain and Portugal" Vol. I. (1973)

Pernoud, Regine, "Blanche of Castile" (1972)

Pernoud, Regine, "Eleanor of Aquitaine" (1970?)

Petit-Dutaillis, Charles, "The Feudal Monarchy in France and England From the 10th to the 13th Century" (1936)

Pine, L. G., "They Came With the Conqueror" (1963?)

Poole, A. L., "The Oxford History of England (Domesday Book to Magna Charta) 1087-1216)" 2nd Ed., Oxford at Clarendon Press (1955)

Powicke, F. (Ed. B. Fryde), "Handbook of British Chronology" (1961)

Prestwick, Michael, "Edward I.," University of California Press (1988)

Previte-Orton, C. W., "The Shorter Cambridge Medieval History, Volume I., The Later Roman Empire to the Twelfth Century" (1962) (excellent genealogical tables)

Previte-Orton, C. W., "The Shorter Cambridge Medieval History, Volume II., The Twelfth Century to the Renaissance" (1962) (excellent genealogical tables)

Round, J. H., "Peerage and Family History" (1901)

Round, J. H., "Peerage and Pedigree" (1910)

Round, J, H., "Family Origins and Other Studies" (1930)

Salmon, E. T., "A History of the Roman World (30 B.C.-A.D. 138)" (1944)

Seton-Watson, R. W., "A History of the Czechs and Slovaks" (1965)

Soldevila, F., "Historia de Espana" Vol. II. (1962)

Strayer, Joseph R. (Ed.), "Dictionary of the Middle Ages" (Volumes 1-13), (1982)

Thompson, J. W., "Feudal Germany" Vol. II. (1928)

Thompson, J. W., and Johnson, E. N., "An Introduction to Medieval Europe 300-1500" (1937)

Tierney, Brian and Painter, Sidney, "Western Europe In The Middle Ages, 300-1475"

Von Redlich, "Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants" (1988).

Warren, W. L., "King John" (1961)

White and Lea, Ed., "The Complete Peerage - Vol 1 thru 10" (1910). Excellent resource with great details (Hillman Library).

Wolfram, Herwig, "History of the Goths," (1988)

Wurts, "Magna Charta, Vol 1 thru 8", (1942).

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