Loveland Sources & References

Loveland Family History Sources & References

Documentary References

The following documents are referred to in documents at this site:

The Genealogy of the Loveland Family (Loveland, JB and Loveland, George, Vol 1, Fremont, Ohio, IM Keeler & Son, 1892).

Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly in the Connecticut River Valley (Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman. The Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT, 1952).

John Edwards of Wethersfield, Connecticut (The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Oct 1991).

English Records of the Loveland Family (National Society of Daughters of American Revolution Library, 1776D Street, NW Washington DC 20006).

Nichols, McHargue, Loveland and Allied Families in America (Arthur Clark Nichols II & Evelyn P. Swenson-Nichols)

Printed Calendar of the High Court of Admiralty Examinations 1637-1638. (UK)

1491 Extracts from the Chertsey Abbey Cartulary (Vol 2) (UK)

A Social History of England (Briggs, Asa, Weildenfeld & Nicolson, 1994) ISBN 0-297-83262-X.

The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Robert Charles Anderson, FASG, editor. 3 vol. 1995 NEHGS)

On-line Resources

The best starting point for most UK on-line sources of genealogical information is the GENUKI web site.

The UK Ordnance Survey contains a searchable index of British place names .

Details and pictures of Norwich, County Norfolk, England.

John McGarvey maintains a Searchable index of US Loveland Vital Records.

Roots Surname List Name Finder.

GENDEX - WWW Genealogical Index (large searchable database of names).

A Guide to Genealogical Resources on the Internet (including genealogical newsgroups and mailing lists).

Guild of One-Name Studies.

Journal of Online Genealogy.

Compuserve Genealogy Forum.

UK Public Records Office.

Cyndi Howell's List of Genealogy Sites.

UK National Register of Archives.

The Surname Web

Canada's "Family History News"

UK Repositories

In the UK there are a number of archives where family historians may find relevant material. Most county-wide material has been collected at the relevant County Records Office (CRO). These repositories may generally be visited during normal business hours, but most advise telephoning beforehand to reserve microfiche readers, etc. Many of these CROs have placed their contact details here.

Another important source for visitors to London is the Society of Genealogists details of which are also available here.

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Doug Murphy
Omaha, Nebraska, USA
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