[ACAG] "The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogies: First Families
in America".", 7 vols.
This is the first of 7 volumnes. For the other
volumnes, the "Abridged" has been dropped. See CAG.
Each volume has a section at end: "Imigrant Ancestors"
[APC] "Ancestry of the Presidents of the Church".
[AR6] "Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists",
Weis, 6th Ed..
[AR7] "Ancestral roots of certain American colonists who came
to America before 1700",
Frederick Lewis Weis, 1992, seventh edition.
The earlier editions were called: "Ancestral roots of
sixty colonists who came to New England 1623-1650"
[ASC] "Anglo-Saxon Cronicle".
[AltonTH]"History of Alton, NH",
Albert V. Fisher III.
"The Augustan Society".
[Bailey1]"Bailey Family History",
Phebie A. R. Bailey.
This is a letter from Phebie A. R. Bailey,
copied by Nida Bailey Stickney, 29 Mar 1909.
It is introduced by the statement:
"This is as my father learned it in Sictuate, Mass about 1862."
[Bailey2]"Bailey Family Notes"
[Bailey3]"Bailey Family Sketches",
Bailey Family Sources:
Pratt, Harvey Hunter. The Early Planters of Scituate, 1929.
Bailey, H.R. Bailey, James, John and Thomas, 1899.
Scituate Vital Records.
Dwelley and Simmons. History of Hanover, Massachusetts.
Savage. Genealogical Dictionary of New England.
Barry. Historical Sketch of the Town of Hanover, 1853.
Nash. Historical Sketch of Weymouth, 1885.
Hurd. History of Plymouth County, 1884.
Weymouth Vital Records, 1910.
"Ancestry of William Seaman Bainbridge", 1950.
Gallop Family: pp 82-97
Elizabeth Frye Barker.
[BarkerP]"The Pedigree of the Barker Family",
The Mitre Press.
"E-Mail about Morton/Markam Families from LDS-FHC"
"The Official Baronage of England, 1066-1885", 3 vols..
[Bates1] "Bates Family Notes",
[Beal1] "Sarah Beal",
"History of Belfast Maine", 2 vols..
"Belfast Maine Vital Records".
[Betham1]"Kings and Rulers",
[BlakeG] "The Blake Genealogy; Jasper Blake III the emigrant",
James S. Blake, Craigsville, WV,
State of West Virginia, Archives and History Library, Charleston, WV.
A collection of research notes donated by James S. Blake and on file
at the Archives. An execellent source, James has over 30 years of
documented family research.
[BlakeJS]"Blake Family Notes",
James S. Blake, Box 85, Craigsville, WV 26205.
James is a long-time Blake family researcher. He has much information
which he has proven.
[Bohun] "The Bohun - Bone Family in America",
Robert G. Bone, 1972.
[Bourne1]"The Reverend Richard Bourne of Sandwich Mass (c.1610-1682)".
NEHGR April 1964
[Boyle] "Horne Genealogy Update",
Frederick R. Boyle, C.G., 13 May 1994.
"The Bulkeley Genealogy".
[BurkeC] "Burke's Commoners".
"Burke's Dormant and Extinct Peerage", 1883.
"Burke's Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies".
"Burke's Guide to the Royal Family".
[BurkeLG]"Burke's Landed Gentry".
[BurkeP] "Burke's Peerage, 1938".
[BurkePB]"Burke's Peerage and Baronetage".
[CP] "The Complete Peerage",
[CSH] "Christopher Sirmons Haviland: otissalt.ged 16-jun-95.".
[CarewG] "Carew Genealogy".
"Some Descendants of Charlemagne",
"Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants".
[ClevesG]"Genealogy of the Cleves",
Candida Cleve-Bannister, 1991.
[Cobb2] "Cobb Family History"
"Cohasset Massachusetts, Genealogies/Town History", 1984.
"Colonial Families in the United States".
"Ancestors of Deacon Edward Converse".
[DFA] "Descents from Antiquity",
The Augustan Society, Inc..
[DHR1] "Family Sketches",
Dr. Donald H. Russell.
He wrote a series of family sketches:
"George E. Hayes", March 1991
"Frederick Major Russell", March 1991
"Mama and the King of the Portuguese"
"R.O.R. and the Ray Dollar Stores"
"Uncle Percy, the Panama Canal, and the York Family"
"Uncle Ozro and the Thin Bread and Butter"
[DawnayP]"Pedigree of Dawnay, Foster's Pedigrees".
[DeAyala]"De Ayala of Castile, The Augustan".
[Dewey1] "Roots-L: Genealog.admdewey".
Lineage of Admiral Dewey to Charlemagne.
[Dora2] "Dora Lizzie Hayes Birthday Book",
Dora (Hayes) Russell.
Contains birthdays of most family members at the time.
Some indidate birth year as well.
[Dover1] "Dover NH Vital Records 1686-1850".
[DoverCH]"Colonial Era History of Dover NH".
[Drake1] "Drake in England, Revised Edition",
[EB] "Encyclopedia Britannica (1960)".
[ES] "Europaische Stammtafeln",
[ES-S] "Europaische Stammtafeln",
[Edson] "Wentworth Family Charts",
Dorothy Edson, 7 OCT 1998.
"Some Early English Pedigrees",
Vernon M. Norr.
[FarisPA]"Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists",
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996.
Pierce, 1901, 2 vols.
[GDMNH] "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire",
Noyes, Libby, and Davis.
Contains families up to 1699.
[GDNE] "Genealogical Dictionary of New England",
Savage, 3 vols.
"Gen. Dict. of The First Settlers of New England, Showing
Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May 1692", John Savage
Genealogical Publishing Co.Balti. MD Pub.1969
Contains families up to 1692.
Cotton info: Volume 1 pages 462,463,464.
[GENSERV]"Genealogical Server, www.genserv.com",
[GMB] "The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633",
Robert Charles Anderson, 1995, 3 vols.
[GMF] "Genealogies of Mayflower Families", 1985.
[Gendex] "Gendex - Genealogical Database",
"George F. Getchell Civil War Record".
[HCC] "The History of Cape Cod",
Freeman, reprinted 1965, 2 vols.
"Holbrook One Name Study",
J. C. Halbrooks.
[HaleyFH]"Haley, Piper, Neal and Ricker Families of ME and NH"",
"History of Hampton, NH, 1638-1892",
Joseph Dow, 1893.
[Hants] "Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Hants",
William Berry, 1833.
[Harris1]"Betty Harris of Lincoln, NE".
Dorothy (Weeks) Hascall.
[HayesFH]"John Hayes of Dover, New Hampshire: A Book of His Family",
Katharine F. Richmond, 1936.
"The Counts of Henneberg",
Georg Joseph Kleiser, 1985.
"The History of the Town of Hingham Massachusetts: The Genealogies",
George Lincoln, 1893, 1982 reprint of Vol2+3..
[Holmes1]"Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families 1620-1670".
[HorneFH]"History of one branch of the Horne Family".
[HothamP]"Pedigree of Hotham, Foster's Pedigrees".
[Irish1] "John Irish - His Life and Ancestors 1086-1677".
[Irish2] "Descendants of John Irish 1629-1963".
[JAMS] "Journal of Ancient and Medieval Studies".
[JCP] "Postings to soc.genealogy.medieval",
John Carmi Parsons.
"Kingston Mass. Vital Records to 1850".
[LDS-AF] "LDS Ancestral File".
[LDS-AF] "LDS Ancestral File",
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
[LDS-MF] "LDS Microfiche",
LDS Family History Center, Salt Lake City, Utah.
[LacyFH] "Title The Lacy Family in England and Normandy 1066-1194",
W. E. Wightman,
1966, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
Emily Leavitt Noyes, 1953,
Vol 4: Descendants of Thomas Leavitt, the Immigrant 1616-1696,
and Isabella Bland"
There is also an additional volume in the series which
contains an addendum to each volume.
"The History of the Lincoln Family",
Waldo Lincoln, 1923.
[M+J] "Search for the Mary and John",
Mary and John Clearinghouse., 23 vols.
Vol 23: Guide to other volumes.
[MC] "Mayflower Compact".
Signed on 21 Nov 1620 by 41 males.
Random House Encyclopedia
[MCP] "Magna Charta Pedigrees (Portland East Stake Gen. Lib.)".
[MCS] "Magna Charta Sureties, 1215",
F. L. Weis.
[MCS4] "Magna Charta Sureties, 1215",
F. L. Weis,
[MCS5] "Magna Charta Sureties, 1215",
F. L. Weis, Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., William R. Beall, 1999, 5th Ed..
[MD] "Mayflower Descendant", 34 volumes.
The notation MDvv:ppp (for volume and page) is commonly used in
other books about Mayflower descendants.
[MF5GEN] "Mayflower Families through Five Generations", 7 Vols.
Vol 3: Soule
Vol 5: Winslow, Billington
Vol 6: Stephen Hopkins
[MFI] "Mayflower Increasings".
[MRL] "Medieval GEDCOM Files",
Marlyn R. Lewis.
[MaineVR]"Maine Vital Records to 1892".
[MannEd] "Sources Referenced by Ed Mann",
Ä = Weis, _Ancestral_Roots_, 7th ed.
AACPW = Roberts & Reitwiesner, _American Ancestors and Cousins
of the Princess of Wales_, [page].
AAP = Roberts, _Ancestors_of_American_Presidents_, [page] or
[Pres. # : page].
BP1 = _Burke's_Presidential_Families_, 1st ed. [page].
BPci = _Burke's_Peerage_, 101st ed., [page].
BRF = Weir, _Britain's_Royal_Families_, [page].
BxP = _Burke's_Dormant_&_Extinct_Peerages_, [page].
EC1 = Redlich, _Emperor_Charlemagne's_Descendants_, Vol I,
EC2 = Langston & Buck, _Emperor_Charlemagne's_Descendants_, Vol
EC3 = Buck & Beard, _Emperor_Charlemagne's_Descendants_, Vol
F = Faris, _Plantagenet_Ancestry_, [page:para].
NK1 = Roberts, _Notable_Kin_Volume_One_, [page].
H = Hardy, _Colonial_Families_of_the_Southern_States_of_America_,
S = Stuart, _Royalty_for_Commoners_, 2d ed. Caveat emptor.
W = Weis, _Magna_Charta_Sureties,_1215_, 4th ed.
WFT = Broderbund's World Family Tree CD, [vol]:[num] Caveat
WMC = Wurts' Magna Charta, [vol]:[page]
"The Marston Genealogy",
Nathan Washington Marston, 1888.
"Marston English Ancestry",
Mary Lovering Holman, 1929.
[Martin1]"David Martin, Genealogy Board".
[Mary1] "McBride Family History",
Mary Margaret (Zimba) (McLean) McBride, 1993.
Wentworth, Horne, and McBride ancestors.
[Mass1] "Early Massachusetts Marriages",
edited by Bailey.
"Rachel Cobb's Bible".
excerpt from "Mayflower Descendant"
"Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families",
WILLIAM T. DAVIS, 1975.
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore
"Mayflower Births and Deaths", 2 vols.
"Mary Middleton of Delaware".
"Royal Highness, Ancestry of the Royal Child",
"Plantagenet Ancestry by Moriarty".
Mowbray One-Name Study (G.o.ONS 986)
"Burke's Extinct Peerages", pp 386 - 388.
"The Mowbray Journal", eds. William Mowbray & Stephen Goslin, 1976-79.
"Muhammad.ged GEDCOM File",
[NCP] "New Complete Peerage",
[NEFGM] "New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial",
Cutter, 1914, 2 vols.
[NEHGR] "The New England Historical and Genealogical Register",
The New England Historic Genealogical Society.
"Supplement to Torrey's New England Marriages Prior to 1700",
Melinde Lutz Sanborn.
[OFHSN] "OFHS Newsletter".
"Presidents GEDCOM File",
Otto-G. Richter, Brian Tompsett.
[Paget1] "The Lineage and Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles",
"Plymouth Colony Marriages to 1650".
"Plymouth Colony: It's History and People 1620-1691", 1986.
"Plympton Mass. Vital Records to 1850".
[PoyntzA]"The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz",
Ronny O. Bodine.
[PrattG] "Phineas Pratt and Some of His Descendants",
"Ancestors of American Presidents",
Gary Boyd Roberts.
[RD500] "The Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants",
Gary Boyd Roberts, 1993.
[RFC] "Royalty for Commoners",
Roderick W. Stuart, 1992, 2nd edition.
This book lists all of the known ancestors of John of Gaunt,
which amounts to most of the Medieval royalty of Europe. Also
see the following article: "A Mediaeval Miscellany:
Commentaries on Roderick W. Stuart's Royalty for Commoners,"
The American Genealogist 69 (April 1994)
[RGD] "Royal Genealogical Database",
"Ross G.H. Cotton Personal Library",
667 George St., Burlington ON Can. L7R 2V8 Tel.(905)639-2929.
Material on Cotton Family Ancestry was provided by
Ross G.H. Cotton. I have converted the individual reference
numbers which he used in the ID record (e.g. 1 ID xxxx) to
a corresponding REFN record (e.g. 1 REFN RGHCxxxx). These
reference numbers are somtimes used in some notes.
The information in this database contains source
references to the following books in his library from which he
His notes and descriptions of these sources follows:
Draft: Sources 31 January, 1996
Throughout this book "Cotton, Ancient Families", reference is
made at the bottom of a datafile, to one or more of the
following numbers to indicate the source of the some (major
items) of the above stated material. Due to the amount of
bibliography it has been decided to use reference numbers for
material referenced in many places, instead of the name for
each book or material. These sources have been divided into two
sections, Personal and previously issued Books. Most of the
books are in hard copy and have been researched in the LDS
library in Salt Lake City UT, in Toronto ON or in the Library
of Congress in Washington DC. It is important to recognise that
all of this material is secondary and therefore is subject to
error and should be verified where possible. Typographical
errors may have occurred but are not intentional.
14) Baronetage of England, Vol I by Rev. William Betham, 1801,
pages 401, 406.
21) Replaced by source 41.
25) Cotton Geneology (RN 3601-3785) In 1974 Margaret G.B.
(Small) Hebb published a book on the Cotton families of Prince
26) A Cotton Genealogy of his Descendants (RN6601-7254 and
8176-8244, et al) In 1945 LaVerne C. Cooley of Batavia NY,
compiled a book on A Short Biography of The Rev. John Cotton of
Boston and a Cotton Genealogy of his Descendants. In that book
there is information on many more generations of descendants
that has not been copied. A copy of the book was donated to
this author, the contents for inclusion in this book as
appropriate, from the son of the original author, both bearing
the same name LaVerne C. Cooley. They are descendants of Rev.
John. Reproduced with permission of the son. 130 pages.
30) Dictionary of National Biography, Vol 12, 1887, pages
298-323. & Concise Dictionary of National Biography, Vol I from
earliest times to 1985, Pub 1992, pages 657-660.
33) The English Baronetage, Vol I by Tho Wotton, 1741,
pages 18-19, 62-63, 128-141, 148, 172-175, 204-205, 300,
336, 434, 447, 449.
34) The English Baronetage, Vol II by Tho Wotton, 1741, pages
75, 80, 140, 177, 195-199, 274, 328, 337.
41) A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant
Baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland,
2nd edition by John & John Bernard Burke, 1844, pages 136-138.
46) The Genealogists Magazine, Vol VI, 1932-1934, page 64.
52) The History and Antiquities of the County of Essex, Vol I
by Philip Morant, 1768, pages 246-247, 422-423; and Vol II 1768
pages 406, 528.
55) The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester,
Vol IV Part II by John Nichols, 1811, pages 64, 521, 636, 724.
56) The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, Vol I & II
by Rev. Stebbing Shaw, 1798, pages 80-82, 154-159.
57) The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester,
Vol I & II by George Ormerod, 1819, in Vol 1 see pages 368-373,
408-409, 487 and in Vol II see pages 238-239, 427-428.
58) The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester,
Vol III by George Ormerod, 1819. n this book on The History
of Cheshire on page 72 & 126 is a tree "Cotton of Cotton"
taken from Booth's Pedigrees. This material was researched by Mrs.
Pat Standring of CA and a copy of pertinent material was sent
to this author [RGHCotton] in 1990.
pages 12-13, 64-67, 71-72, 106-107, 122-126, 206, 210-212, 449.
59) The History and Gazetteer of the County of Derby,
Part I Vol II edited by Thomas Noble, 1833, pages 152-153.
60) History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland,
various volumes by John, Sir John Bernard & Ashworth Peter Burke
etc., pages 136-139, 183, 286, 296, 375-376, 408-409, 415-416.
66) Madingley Hall In addition to the other input Mrs. Vi Rose
provided a copy of a booklet named "History of Madingley Hall"
which filled out other data on the Cottons of Madingley Hall in
CAM. 21 pages.
68) The Manors of Suffolk, Vol 1 by W.A. Copinger, 1905, pages
70) The Manors of Suffolk, Vol 4 by W.A. Copinger, 1909, pages
73) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol I
editor Rev. William Cogswell, 1847, pages 164-166 & 325-329.
74) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol
IV, 1850, pages 92. (320-323 to be checked since these are not
in Vol IV).
75b) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol
45, page ?305. to be checked since 305 covers Putnam Family
80) The Parochial and Family History of the Deanery
of Trigg Minor in the County of Cornwall,
Vol I by Sir John MacLean, 1876, pages 642-661.
86) Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and
Natural History, Vol X, 1900, pages 138-139.
88) The Royal Relatives of Richard Brough, by David Bethell et al,
Aug 1982, pages 2 and Pedigree charts.
89) In Search of Ancestry (Hamilton-Edwards)
Mrs. Vi Rose of NSW provided an excellent family tree from
Cambridgeshire, taken from a book named "In Search of Ancestry"
by Gerald Hamilton-Edwards and published by Phillimore.
Front pages shown as "Cotton of Clapham, SRY and of Victoria AUS".
94) Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological
Society for 1889-90, Vol XIV by Sir John MacLean, pages 100-113.
98) The Visitations of the County of Devon, comprising the Heralds'
Visitations of 1531, 1564 & 1620, A-G by John Lambrick Vivian,
1895, pages 240-242.
100) Visitation of the County of Huntingdonshire 1613,
edited by Sir Henry Ellis, 1849 for the Camden Society,
Vol 43, pages 24-29.
119) The Visitations of Suffolk made by Hervey, Clarenceux
1561, 1577, 1612 by Walter Charles Metcalfe, 1882, pages
120) The Wallop Family and their Ancestry, Vol II by Vernon James
Watney, 1928, 1 page.
134) Ancient Westcountry Families and their Armorial Bearings,
1916 by B.H. Williams. Available on film at LDS library.
The Harleian Society Publications, Visitation Section Volumes:
Harleian:13) Essex, 1552, 1558, 1612 & 1634, Part I Pub 1878,
pages 40-43, 101, 108, 216, 294-296, 319, 384, 400, 438, 441,
Harlein:14) Essex, consisting of Miscellaneous Pedigrees and
Berry's Pedigrees, Part II with Index Pub 1879, pages 580, 593,
633-634, 676, 718.
Harleian:28) Shropshire, 1623, with additions, Part I Pub 1889,
pages 71-79, 149-156, 302-304.
Harleian:29) Shropshire, 1623, with additions, Part II with
Index Pub 1889, pages 182, 267, 347-349, 371, 373, 378,
450-453, 482, 484, 502, 519.
Harleian:41) Cambridgeshire in 1575 and 1619 Pub 1897, pages
20-24, 27, 37, 103.
Harleian:45) Musgrave's General Nomenclator and Obituary, Part
II, Ci - ? Pub 1900, pages 79-81.
Harleian:74) Kent, 1530-1 and 1574, (A - H), Part I with Index
Pub 1923, pages 41-42.
Harleian, New Series Edition
Harleian:new3) Visitations of Suffolk, 1561 Pub 1984, pages 75
[ReadeA] "Baronial and Royal Ancestry of Col. George Reade",
Jonathan Kennon Smith.
[Rideout]"Eleven Generations of Getchells",
[Royal92]"Royalty GEDCOM File",
Denis R. Reid, 1992.
"Royal Ancestors of Some American Families",
Michel L. Call, 1972.
[RoyalD] "Families Directly Descended from all the Royal Families in Europe",
Elizabeth M. Rixford.
[Ruesch] "Brent Ruesch's Pedigrees".
[Ruesch1]"Brent Ruesch's pedigrees.".
[SSDI] "Social Security Death Index",
Social Security Administration.
[Salem1] "Vital Records of Salem MA to the year 1850".
"Abraham Sampson in America",
"Genealogy of the Family of Samborne or Sanborn in England and
America, 1194 - 1898",
Victor Channing Sanborn, 1898.
"A Collection of Sanborn Family Genealogies, 1600-1993",
Elmer Corliss Sanborn, 1994,
Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD.
The claim that Richard Sanborn is the father of Lt. John Sanborn
has been discredited by others.
[Sanders]"English Baronies: A Study of their Origin and Descent",
I. J. Sanders, 1963 ,
Clarendon Press, Oxford.
"History of Scituate MA",
Samuel Deane, 1831, 1975 edition..
"Scituate MA Vital Records to the Year 1850", 1909, 2 vols.
[Shaw5] "Shaw/Bryant Family"
[Smith1] "John Smith of Watertown Mass".
The American Genealogist, Jan/April 1985
Several John Smiths (and John Bland alias Smith) who lived in Watertown
at one time.
[Sussex] "Sussex Archives Collection".
[TAG] "The American Genealogist",
[Talbot1]"Pedigrees from Mike Talbot of Metairie, LA".
[Theroff]"Dynastic Genealogy Files",
Based primarily on Europaeische Stammtafeln.
"Bond's Genealogies and History of Watertown MA".
[Weinig] "Getchell Family Research",
Gregory J. Weinig.
[Weis1] "Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England 1623-1650",
The latest edition (7) of this book is titled: "Ancestral roots
of certain American colonists who came to America before 1700"
by Weis, 1992, 7th edition. Information which has been checked in
the latest edition usually has the reference key "AR7", while
information from earlier editions (1-6) will have the reference
"The Wentworth Genealogy, English and American",
John Wentworth, 1878.
~$340 from NEHGS
[White1] "White Family History"
"Alan B. Wilson References",
Alan B. Wilson, 1997,
soc.genealogy.medieval, [email protected]
The following describes the reference numbers used by Alan B. Wilson:
41. Cokayne, George Edward, 1825-1911, Vicary Gibbs (ed.), The
complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, and the United
Kingdon, London: The St. Catherine Press, ltd., 1910-1959. 13
v. in 14.
73. Moriarty, George Andrews, The Plantagenet Ancestry of King
Edward III and Queen Philippa, Salt Lake City, Utah: Mormon
Pioneer Genealogy Society, 1985.
74. Weis, Frederick Lewis, Ancestral roots of certain American
colonists who came to America before 1700; 7th ed., with
additions and correctiuons by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. ;
assisted by David Faris, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing
75. Weis, Frederick Lewis, The Magna Charta Surities, 1215, 4th
ed., with additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard,
Jr., with David Faris, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing
82. Call, Michel L., Royal Ancestors of Some American Families
; Pedigree Charts., Printed by the author, 1991.
83. Call, Michel L., Royal Ancestors of Some American Families:
Family Group Sheets, Reproduced by the author, 1991.
84. Reid, Denis, "GENEALOG.ROY GEDCOM," ROOTS-L, 28 Nov 1994.
An ancestry of William Arthur Philip Windsor, son of Prince
Charles Philip Arthur Windsor & Lady Diana Frances Spencer.
90. Roberts, Gary Boyd, The royal descents of 500 immigrants to
the American colonies or the United States, Baltimore, MD:
Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993.
97. Wightman, Wilfred Eric, The Lacy family in England and
Normandy, 1066-1194, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1966.
103. Crispen, M. Jackson and Leonce Macary, Falaise Roll :
recording of prominent companions of William duke of Normandy
at the conquest of England, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical
Publishing Co. 1994.
104. Turton, William Harry, The Plantagenet ancestry, Baltimore,
MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993.
151. Stuart, Roderick W., Royalty for commoners : the complete
known lineage of John of Gaunt, . . . second edition,
Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1992.
188. Sheppard, Walter Lee, Jr. Ancestry of Edward Carleton and
Ellen Newton his wife. Salt Lake City: microfilm of typescript,
1977. FHL 1020900.
193. Foster, Joseph, 1844-1905, Pedigrees of the county families
of Yorkshire. Vol. I - West Riding; vil. II - North and East
Riding, London: W. Wilfred Head, Plough Court, Fetter Lane,
207. Huxford, J. F., Arms of Sussex Families, London:
223. Farrer, William, Feudal Cambridgeshire, Cambridge:
University Press, 1920.
233. Schwennicke, Detlev (ed.), Europaische Stammtafeln :
Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der europaischen Staaten / begrundet
von Wilhelm Karl Prinz zu Isenburg ; fortgefuhrt von Frank
Baron Freytag von Loringhoven ; neue Folge herausgegeben vonS.,
Marburg: Stargardt, 1978-<1995 >.
241. Eberhard Winkhaus. Ahnen zu Kark dem Grossen und Widukind
: in 765 Ahnenstammen. Ennepetal-Altenvoerde (Westfalen) :
Eberhard Winkhaus, 1950.
244. Paul, James Balfour, Sir, 1846-1931, The Scots peerage,
Edinburgh : D. Douglas, 1904-14.
314. Threlfall, John Brooks, The Ancestry of Thomas Bradbury
(1611-1695) and his wife Mary (Perkins) Bradbury (1615-1700) of
Salisbury, Massachusetts; Second Edition, Madison, WI:
Published by the author, 1995.
328. Stone, Don Charles, Some ancient and Medieval descents of
Edward I of England, Philadelphia: the author, 1995.
329. Joannis, J. D. de, and R. de Saint-Jouan, Les seize
quartiers genealogiques des Capetiens, Lyon: Sauvegarde
343. Strickland, Edeline Sackville, Lady, 1870-1918, Sizergh
castle, Westmoreland, and notes on twenty-five generations of
the Strickland family, Kendal: T. Wilson, 1898.
353. Sanders, I. J., English Baronies: a study of their origin
and descent, 1086-1327, Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1960.
368. Faris, David, Plantagenet ancestry of seventeenth-century
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