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Genealogical Periodical Annual Index Volume 16, 1976
Used, excellent Condition. Hard Cover. 165 Pages. Published by Heritage Books, Inc.
GPAI is the only comprehensive surname, locality, topical and book review index to the genealogical periodical literature. As such it strives to incompass all English-language genealogical periodicals. The current edition covers 132 genealogical periodicals with about 7600 index citations.
Laird C. Towle, ed., Catherine M. Mayhew, comp.
$5.00
Genealogy as Pastime and Profession
Second edition (1968) revised. Used, softcover, 120 pages. Fair condition, possibly water damaged, well worn, no markings. Published by GPC, 1986.
The all time classic originally published by Donald Lines Jacobus in 1930. It was written by a man who has complete mastery of his subject. He considered genealogy in all of its phases, the use of source materials, the evaluation of evidence, the cultural and sociologist aspects, the origin of the American colonists, conditions in the genealogical profession and the compilation of a family history
Donald Lines Jacobus
$5.00
Under the Gold Dome: An Insider’s Look at the Connecticut Legislature
Used, softcover, 280 pages, including index. Like new condition, signed by Author. Published 2004 by the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.
Judge Satter provides a knowledgable guidebook to the legislative process and the connection of the General Assembly to the executive branch and to the courts. His analysis also raises questions about the operation of the legislature that citizens may wish to investigate further.
Robert Satter
$15.00
Glastonbury’s [CT] Main Street: A Self-Guided Tour
Used, softcover pamphlet, 40 pages, with numerous illustrations. Very good condition, small stains on covers. Published by the Historical Society of Glastonbury.
Lavishly illustrated in black-and-white photos, with maps and some forty tour sites.
Henry von Wodtke
$5.00
Genealogical Data Relating to the German Settlers of Pennsylvania and Adjacent Territory
From Advertisements in German Newspapers Published in Philadelphia and Germantown 1743-1800.
Used, hardcover, 242 pages including index. Very good condition, some markings. Published by GPC 1980.
This unusual compilation has lain in typescript in the library of the Germantown Historical Society since 1935. Arranged by newspaper, and thereunder by date of publication, this work contains abstracts of paid notices, advertisements and articles pertaining to the German settlers.
Edward W. Hocker
$18.00
Otzinachson A History of the West Branch Valley of the Susquehanna
Its First Settlement, Privations Endured by the Early Pioneers, Indian Wars, Predatory Incursions, Abductions and Massacres, Together with an Account of the Fair Play System; and the Trying Scenes of the Big Runaway; Copies of Curious Old Documents, Biographical Sketches of the Leading Settlers, Together with Anecdotes, Statistics, and Much Valuable Matter Entirely New.
Used, hardcover, like new condition. 702 pages, plus index and editorial notes. Reprint of the 1889 Edition, sponsored by the Lycoming County Historical Society, published by Gateway Press, 1991.
The first edition of this work was published in 1856. The 1889 edition is entirely rewritten.
J. F. Meginness
$35.00
Pastors and People, Vol I – Pastors and Congregations: Vol. XIII of Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society
Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, 1717-1793, Volume I – Pastors and Congregations, originally by Charles H. Glatfelter.
Used, hardcover, 551 pages including index. Very good condition, stick-on label on title page, no other markings. Published by the Pennsylvania German Society, 1980.
Originating in a doctoral thesis in 1948. Sources include early histories of the churches published between 1893 and 1903, the researches of Professor William J. Hinke, and the journals of Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg.
PA German Soc
$10.00
Pennsylvania German Secular Folksongs, Vol VIII of the Publications of the Pennsylvania German Society
Used, hardcover, 182 pages including index. Good condition, wear to covers. Published PA German Soc., 1974.
97 songs with German lyrics and in some cases English translation, with musical notation. Includes song list and indexes.
PA German Soc
$5.00
The Story of Snyder County [PA]
From its earliest times to the present day, including geography of the county, an account of the Indians of the Susquehanna Valley, the pioneer settlements, the formation of the county as a political unit, the industries, the ways and means of communication and transportation, the schools and churches, the social customs and traditions, the participation of the county in the nations’s wars, residents who attained prominence, old landmarks, and the economic and political life of the people.
Used, hardcover, 982 pages with 28 page index. Like new condition. County centennial reprint of 1948 edition, published by Gateway Press, 1997.
In the years since 1948, historians have pointed have pointed out a number of errors and omissions in the text, but it was the decision of the Society to offer this edition as an authentic reprint of the original volume with no further editing of its text. Only this Preface and a more comprehensive index have been added to this edition.
George Franklin Dunkelberger
$35.00
Emigrants to Pennsylvania 1641-1819
A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.
Used, harcover, 292 pages including index. Like new condition. Published by GPC, 1975 (1992 edition).
The rationale of this work is to provide in a single volume a consolidation of the entire body of literature on passenger lists as found in the multiple volumes of “The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.” Between 1877 and 1934 the PMHB published twenty-six articles on passenger lists.
Michael Tepper, ed.
$19.00
Central Pennsylvania Marriages 1700-1896
Used, softcover, 90 pages. Fair condition, heavily marked. 1974 reprint of 1946 edition, published by GPC, 1978.
Comprising: Miscellaneous Marriages; Union County Marriages; Rev. J.G. Anspach Marriages; Rev. J.P. Shindel Jr. Marriages; Rev. A.B. Casper Marriages; Rev. C.G. Erlenmeyer Marriages; and Revolutionary Soldier Marriages.
Charles A. Fisher, comp.
$5.00
Civil War Genealogy
A Basic Research Guide for Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors with Detailed Sources and Precise Instructions for Obtaining Information From Them.
Used, softcover, 81 pages. Very good condition, small stain on cover. Published by author, 1988.
Covers a brief introduction to the Civil War, national and state archives,media sources, state publications, military unit histories, and monuments and memorials.
George K. Schweitzer
$9.00
Encyclopedia of Connecticut Biography, 5 volumes
Published by the American Historical Society Publications in 1919. Subtitled: Genealogical – Memorial / Representative Citizens. Volumes unnumbered.
All used, hardcovers, with illustrations and indexes; homemade dust jackets, no markings, pages untorn. Orville Hitchcock Platt, et al., fair to good condition, cover becoming detached, 360 pages. Jacob Francis Tourtellotte, et al., good condition, worn binding, 355 pages. Jere Dewey Eggleston, et al., good condition, some wear to cover, 384 pages. General Israel Putnam, et al., fair condition, cover detached, 409 pages. Dwight Loomis LL.D., et al., good condition, wear to covers, 381 pages.
American Historical Society Publications
$100.00/set
The Atlantic Bridge to Germany Volume III Bavaria (Bayern)
Used, softcover. Good condition, some wear, creasing of corners, stray stains. 203 pages. Published by Everton, 1978.
Includes a bibliography, references for sources and numerous maps.
Charles M. Hall
$12.00
The Atlantic Bridge to Germany Volume II Hessen Part A Rheinland-Pfalz Part B (Palatinate)
Used, softcover. Good condition, some wear, creasing of corners, minimal highlighting. 80 pages. Published by Everton, 1976.
Includes a bibliography, references for sources and numerous maps.
Charles M. Hall
$12.00
Decipher Germanic Records: If I Can You Can
Used, softcover, spiral bound, 85 pgs. Good condition, wrinkled cover. Signed by author on title page in red ink; otherwise, no markings. Published by author, 1982.
Includes both blackletter and cursive, with charts of German-English for relationships and occupations, and German-Latin for church terms.
Edna M. Bentz
$25.00
Pennsylvania German Immigrants 1709-1786
Lists Consolidated from Yearbooks of the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society, 1936, 1945, 1947 & 1951.
Used, hardcover, good condition, some highlightings and markings. 394 pages, including indexes. Published by GPC, 1980.
The author addresses detail on the individual side of German emigration through the translation of source materials in print in Germany but practically unknown on this side of the Atlantic.
Don Yoder, ed
$18.00
Monmouth County New Jersey Deeds Books A B C & D
Abstracts derived from the county clerk’s copies of the recorded deeds maintained at the Monmouth County Court House, Freehold, NJ.
Used, softcover, very good condition. 156 pages including index. Published 2000 by Heritage Books, Inc.
On the 7th of April, 1665, the so-called Monmouth Patent was purchased from the Indians, in which twelve men were granted the land in what would become Monmouth County. The abstracts were derived from the County Clerk’s copies of the recorded deeds, maintained at the Court House in Freehold, NJ.
Richard S. Hutchinson
$30.00
Marriages 1800-1850 Centre County Pennsylvania
Compiled by Harold O. Thomen, edited by Gladys Campbell Murray.
Used, softcover, 235 pages. Good condition, few markings. Published 1989 by Friends of the Centre County Library and Historical Museum, Inc.
Mr. Thomen, formerly of the Library of Congress, was well known for his interest in genealogy and historical preservation. His work has been rechecked by Gladys Campbell Murray, with almost all of the original sources being identified.
Harold O. Thomen, comp.
$35.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 3
Branford 1644-1850; Bridgeport 1821-1854.
Used, softcover, very good condition, slight cover wear, 326 pages. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$20.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 7
Colchester 1699-1850; Colebrook 1779-1810; Columbia 1804-1852; Cornwall 1740-1854.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$25.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 8
Danbury 1685-1847; Darien 1820-1851; Derby 1655-1852.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$25.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 2
Barkhamsted 1779-1854; Berlin 1785-1850; Bethany 1832-1853; Bethlehem 1787-1851; Bloomfield 1835-1853; Bozrah 1786-1850.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$15.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 49
Warren 1786-1850; Washington 1779-1854; Waterford 1801-1851; Watertown 1780-1850; Westbrook 1840-1851.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$15.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 46
Thompson 1785-1850.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$30.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 38
Saybrook 1635-1850; Sharon 1739-1865.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$28.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 36
Portland 1841-1850; Prospect 1827-1853; Redding 1767-1852; Ridgefield 1709-1850.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$20.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 33
Orange 1822-1850; Oxford 1798-1850; Plainfield 1699-1852.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$15.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 21
Killingworth 1667-1850; Ledyard 1836-1855; Lisbon 1786-1850.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$15.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 11
East Windsor 1768-1860; Ellington Vital Records 1786-1850; Ellington Marriage Records 1820-1853.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$15.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 9
Durham 1708-1852; Eastford 1877-1851; East Haddam 1743-1857.
NEW, softcover. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$28.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 25
Madison 1826-1850; Manchester 1823-1853; Marlborough 1803-1852; Meriden 1806-1853; Middlebury 1807-1850; Monroe 1823-1854; Montville 1786-1850; Naugatuck 1844-1853.
Used, softcover, very good condition, cover corners bent, 257 pages. Published by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$20.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 53
Wilton 1802-1850; Winchester 1771-1858; Wolcott 1796-1854; Woodbridge 1784-1832; Woodbury 1674-1850; Woodstock 1848-1866.
Used, softcover, good condition, one corner bent, 289 pages. Published 2002 by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$12.00
Sketches of the First Emigrant Settlers Newton Township Old Gloucester County West New Jersey
2000 reprint of original 1877 publication.
Used, softcover, good condition, a few stains. 465 pages including index, with foldout maps. Published by Heritage Books, Inc.
An extensive study of the families of the first settlers of the English colony on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River.
John Clement
$20.00
Centennial History of Ben Avon [PA] 1892-1992
Used, spiral bound softcover, good condition with some staining of covers. 72 pages with maps and numerous photographs. Published 1992 by Ben Avon Area Historical Association.
Area history from about 1750, including formation of Allegheny County and Ohio Township. Includes History through the formation of Ohio and Kilbuck townships, the incorporation of Ben Avon in 1892, its development, interviews of long-time residents and Centennial activities.
Gladys Phillips
$15.00
Fayette County Pennsylvania Newspaper Extracts 1805-1854
Marriage and death notices extracted from the “Genius of Liberty” and “Fayette Advertiser” of Uniontown, Pennsylvania 1805-1854, from microfilmed copies by the West Virginia University Library. Used, softcover, good condition, some curling, no markings. 37 pages plus 13 page index. Published 1981 by Crosson Press.
From microfilmed copies by the West Virginia University Library.
Jean R. Rentmeister, comp.
$10.00
The First New England Catalogue
Used, softcover, good condition. 192 pages including index. Published 1973 by Pequot Press.
General items catalogue, based on the Whole Earth Catalogue model. Historical interest for era advertising.
Pequot Press
$4.00
Boston Marriages From 1700 To 1809 Vol I 1700-1751
Used, hardcover, 468 pages including indexes. Very good condition, minimal scuffing to cover edges. Reprint of 1898, The 28th Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston containing Boston Marriages from 1700 to 1751, published 1977 by GPC.
Marriages from that period, collated with the Book of Banns for nearly the same period, with some additions from other authorities. The records are principally copied from two volumes of Boston marriages, in the custody of the Town Clerk.
Edward W. McGlenen, comp.
$25.00
History of Mercer County Pennsylvania 2 Vol, with Illustrations
Its Past and Present Including its Aboriginal History; its Early Settlement and Development; a Description of its Historic and Interesting Localities; Sketches of its Boroughs, Townships and Villages; Neighborhood and Family Histories; Portraits and Biographies of its Pioneers and Representative Citizens; Statistics, etc. Also, A Condensed History of Pennsylvania Illustrated.

Used, hardcover, 1210 pages with 168 page index. Good condition, with some wear to covers, some highlighter markings. 1985 reprint of 1888 edition by the Mercer County Historical Society.
A posthumous extension of the original work of the Hon. William S. Garvin, as edited and supplemented by Prof. J. Fraise Richard.
Brown, Runk & Co.
$25.00
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut Vol. IV
Used. Fragile condition. Published by the Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York, 1911. From the introduction, the object of the book is threefold:
“First. To present in concise form the history of Connecticut Families of the Colonial Days.
Second. To preserve a record of the prominent present-day people of the State.
Third. To present through personal sketches the relation of its prominent families of all times to the growth, singular prosperity and wide-spread influence of Connecticut.”
William R. Cutter
$15.00
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut Vol. III
Used. Fragile condition. Published by the Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York, 1911. From the introduction, the object of the book is threefold:
“First. To present in concise form the history of Connecticut Families of the Colonial Days.
Second. To preserve a record of the prominent present-day people of the State.
Third. To present through personal sketches the relation of its prominent families of all times to the growth, singular prosperity and wide-spread influence of Connecticut.”
William R. Cutter
$15.00
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Connecticut Vol. II
Used. Fragile condition. Published by the Lewis Historical Publishing Co., New York, 1911. From the introduction, the object of the book is threefold:
“First. To present in concise form the history of Connecticut Families of the Colonial Days.
Second. To preserve a record of the prominent present-day people of the State.
Third. To present through personal sketches the relation of its prominent families of all times to the growth, singular prosperity and wide-spread influence of Connecticut.”
William R. Cutter
$15.00
Our Quaker Ancestors, Finding Them in Quaker Records
NEW. Hardcover. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, MD. From the back of the book: this book, “sets out to acquaint the researcher with the types of records that are available, the location of records and proper and effective use of those records, guiding him through the pyramidal “meeting” structure to the records of birth, marriage, death, disownment, and removal awaiting him in the record repositories across the country.”
Ellen Thomas Berry and David Allen Berry
$20.00
Ohio County (WV) Index Volume 8.
Card Index to All Ohio County Courts’ Cases Files & Loose Papers Part 1 1776-1825

Used, softcover, Excellent Condition, some Library Markings. Published 2001 by Heritage Books.
Continues the Ohio County Index series by starting to publish the records housed at the West Virginia & Regional History Collection, West Virginia University at Morgantown.
Kenneth Fischer Craft, Jr.
$25.00
Ohio County (WV) Index Volume 7C
Cumulative “Personal Time Line” Index to Volumes 1-7, Pages 1-1876.
Index to County Court Order Books 1777-1881

Used, softcover. Excellent Condition, Some Library Markings, staining to page edges. Published 2001 by Heritage Books.
This volume contains a cumulative index to Volumes 1-7 of the Ohio County (WV) Index book series containing over 110,000 entries of persons, places and events mentioned in the County Court Order Books from 1777-1881, as originally abstracted during the 1930’s.
Kenneth Fischer Craft, Jr.
$25.00
Marriages and Deaths from The Carlisle Herald and Expositor (Carlisle, PA.) 1837-1844
Used, softcover. Very Good Condition, some curling to corners. Published 1999 by Closson Press.
From the Introduction, paragraphs 2 and 3: This book concentrates only on the marriages and deaths of the area from the obituary column, usually on page 3 or 4. These tended to be brief, giving only the bare facts. A few are quite lengthy and give much personal information about the deceased.
Nevertheless, it is hoped that this book will be of help to those searching for ancestors in Cumberland County. The Register of Wills has birth and death records from 1894-1905 and marriage records from 1885. Probate records are available from 1750. This book may help fill the gap before the county’s records began.
Mary Anne Capell Wilson
$15.00
Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series Vol. 32
Used. Paperback. Good Condition. Some Library Markings. Reprint of 1924 edition published 1994 by Heritage Press.
Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc. vol. 3 1751-1760
A. Van Doren Honeyman, ed.
$15.00
Archives of the State of New Jersey, First Series Vol. 30 parts 1 and 2. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc. vol. 2 1730-1750. Used. Paperback in two volumes, sold as set. Good Condition. Some Library Markings. Originally published 1918, reprinted 1994 by Heritage Books.
This is the second volume of “Abstracts of Wills,” the first volume being title Volume 23, which is also for sale on this site. Numerous omissions from that volume are included here. In all, particulars of about 3,025 testaments, intestates and guardianships are included.
Nelson, William/Honeyman, A. Van Doren
$20.00
Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series Vol. 23 parts 1 and 2. Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 1 1670-1730, with an Introductory Note of the Early Testamentary Laws and Customs of New Jersey. Used. Paperback in two volumes, sold as set. Good Condition. Some Library Markings.
From the Preface: “For an intimate revelation of social conditions in New Jersey during the first sixty-five years of English Supremacy it would be difficult to imagine a volume richer in material than this. From about 1680 it was the general practice to deposit wills with the Provincial Secretaries…together with inventories of estates, accounts of executors and administrators, and other papers pertaining to such matters, and many odd documents having no apparent relation thereto –as ante-nuptial contracts, marriage licenses and the like. The records were brought together in 1790 or shortly thereafter, in the office of the Secretary of State at Trenton…”
Nelson, William
$20.00

Mercer County Pennsylvania Archives, Vol. 3
Used, softcover, 83 pgs. plus 20-page index. Good Condition, some Library Markings. Published 1996 by Closson Press.
First Two Orphans Court Books (1825-Mid-1839)
From the Introduction: For the years covered in the first two Orphans Court Books (1804 to the middle of 1839), the northern part of Lawrence County is included, involving present-day townships of Plaingrove, Washington, Scott, Hickory, Neshannock, Wilmington, Mahoning, and Pulaski townships. Wilmington Twp, Mercer Co, borders Wilmington Twp Lawrence County, it should be noted. The 1810 Map applies with one exception. About 1832 (the year is somewhat controversial), Hickory Twp, Mercer County, was formed from the northern part of Shenango Twp and southern part of Pymatuning Twp. The researcher should keep in mind that both Lawrence and Mercer have Shenango, Hickory, and Wilmington townships. Sheango Twp, Lawrence County, even though bordering New Castle, was an Old Beaver County Township.

Dr. James K, Sewall
$15.00
Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania 1778-1800
Based on the Abstracts of Jacob Martin
Used, sofcover, 351 pgs., incl. index. Good Condition, some Library Markings. Published 1998 by Family Line Publications.
From the Introduction, Paragraphs 1 & 2: The Wills of Chester County were first Abstracted by Jacob Martin of Marshallton, Pennsylvania and indexed by the indefatigable Gilbert Cope.
The abstracts done by Jacob Martin appear to be accurate and complete. Some minor corrections have been added. Recently it was noted by the Chester County Historical Society that the abstract of the will of James Whitaker was in error in what Martin had incorrectly given Whitaker’s son’s name as Edward Clayton which during mid 1700s would have suggested that Edward was a son-in-law and husband to daughter Ann Clayton. An examination of the original will showed Edward Whitaker to be the son of James Whitaker while daughter Ann Clayton is mentioned as having a husband, but unnamed. This error occurs in our earlier volume for the period, 1748. This volume was also checked against the original volume with only a few corrections noted. Nevertheless, the reader is cautioned that the original should be examined whenever possible. All wills covered by this volume are available on microfilm through Family history Centers (LDS).
Jacob Martin
$15.00
The Johns Connections
With references to Ayer, Benjamin, Browder, Cadwalader, Calhoun, Davis, Edwards, Emmanuel, Evans, Griffith, Harry, Hughes, Humphrey, James, Janeway, Jenkins, John, Jones, Lewis, Loftin, Lovelace, Miles, Moore, Morgan, Nunn, Oliver, Owen, Prichard, Pouncey, Rhys (Rhees), Rice, Richards, Roberts, Rogers, Sides (Seitz), Thomas, Townsend, Welsh, Wild, Williams, Wilson, Woodley, and many other related families.
Used, softcover, 549 pgs. with index. Very good condition, cover curled, slight stains on page edges. Published 1999 by Heritage Books.
The Johns antecedents were among the Welsh who came to America in the late 1600’s and early 1700’s seeking religious freedom.
Helen Sides Dye
$20.00
Allegheny Co., PA Cemeteries Volume 5
Forest Grove Cemetery – Sharon Community Presbyterian Cemetery – Highland Presbyterian Church Cemetery

Used, softcover, 69 pgs. with index. Good Condition, some markings. Published 1982 by Closson Press.
Sharon Lee DeWitt Kraynek, comp.
$10.00
A Twentieth Century History of Mercer County Pennsylvania, Illustrated
A Narrative Account of its Historical Progress, its People, and its Principal Interests
Used, 2 Volume Set, Hardcover. Good Condition, scuffing to covers, some highlighting. Published 1909 by the Lewis Publishing Company.
The plan of these volumes was to produce a straightforward narrative of the life and affairs of the county since the beginning of its history.
J.G. White, ed.
$50.00
Hanes Cymry America (1872)-Second Edition Revised
A History of the Welsh in America Translated by Martha A. Davies and Phillips G. Davies
A Revised Edition with Index and Appendix of the volume originally published in 1983

Used, softcover, 536 pgs. Excellent Condition. Second Edition Revised. Published 2008 by Great Plains Welsh Heritage Project.
A History of the Welsh in America: Their Settlements, Churches, and Ministers. Their Musicians, Poets, and Literary Men with Inexpensive Government and Railroad Lands along with all Instructions Necessary for Immigrants to Secure Inexpensive and Happy Homes.
Rev. R.D. Thomas
$25.00
State of Connecticut Eighty-First Registration Report 1928
Used. Hardcover, 269 pgs. with alphabetical table of contents. Fair Condition, covers stained, no page markings. Published 1930 by the State of Connecticut.
State of Connecticut Public Document. Eighty-First Registration Report of Births, Marriages, Divorces, and Deaths for the Year Ended December 31, 1928, as compiled by the Connecticut State Department of Health.
Connecticut, State of, publ.
$12.00
The Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Vol. 2 D-J
Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692 on the Basis of Farmer’s Register
Used. Hardcover, 599 pgs., with additions and corrections. Excellent Condition, slight stain to cover. Volume 2 D-J (of four volumes) ONLY. 1990 Reprint of original publication of 1860-1862 with “A Genealogical Cross Index of the Four Volumes of the Genealogical Dictionary of James Savage,” 1884; by GPC.
James Savage
$25.00
The Genealogical Dictionary of New England (4 Vol. Set)- 1860s Ed.
Used. Hardcover, four volumes. Fair condition, pencil markings in all volumes, covers worn, spotting. Published 1860 by Little, Brown & Co. Sold as set.
A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of those who came before May 1692 on the Basis of Farmer’s Register. An A-Z Record arranged in dictionary format.
James Savage
$100.00
Genealogy of Azariah Lathrop (1772-1864) and His Wife Esther Lewis (1772-1858) of Wells, Vermont and Belvidere, Illinois, Through Nine Generations, Two Volume Set
Including the following major collateral lines: Allen, Anderson, Brown, Carlson, Clark, Graves, Gillitzer, Herold, Hodges, Hurlburt, Johnson, Jones, Lewis, Martin, McAllister, McCarthy, Miller, Perry, Pierce, Porter, Pray, Ransom, Rice, Rider, Samson, Skinner, Smith, Snow, Steves, Turnure/Turneaure, Van Antwerp, and Wolcott.
Used, hardcover, 1472 pgs. numbered through the two volumes, with persons index, and with photographs and illustrations. Excellent Condition, slight denting to corners. Published 2009 by Otter Bay Books.
The descendants of Lathrop and his wife are set out in generational format through the nine generations.
Ruth A. Lucchesi, comp.
$40.00
English Origins of New England Families First Series Vol I
Used, hardcover, 828 pgs. with index. Good Condition, spotting to page edges. Published 1984 by GPC.
A compilation of publications on the origins of New England settlers between 1620 and 1660 from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register. First Series in Three Volumes, Volume I. With an Index by Robert and Catherine Barnes.
Gary Boyd Roberts
$25.00
The Old Farm
Edited with an Introduction by Hubert G. Schmidt from “The Story of an Old Farm,” written 1889.
Used, softcover, 210 pgs. with index. Fair Condition, old and heavily stained. 1961 reprint, originally published 1948, by Rutgers University Press.
This book contains the story of a farm in Somerset County, New Jersey, with an eye to a survey of New Jersey history from the human, rather than the civic side.
Andrew D. Mellick, Jr.
$6.00
Seven Steps to a Family Tree
Used. Paperback pamphlet, 26 pgs. with forms included. Very good condition, slight dent to cover. Published 1995 by American Genealogical Lending Library.
This booklet goes into details on how to make an effective family tree using these seven (7) steps: 1. Organizing home and family sources 2.Conducting family history interviews 3. Writing for death records 4. Following up on death record clues 5. Searching Federal censuses 6. Searching State and County records & 7. Using genealogical libraries and services.
William Dollarhide
$6.00
Family History: A Legacy for Your Grandchildren
Used. Softcover pamphlet, 20 pgs. . Good condition. Revised 3rd edition published 1996 by NEHGS.
A treatise on preserving family information for your descendants.
Joan Ferris Curran
$3.50
The Wuerttemburg Emigration Index Vol. 1
Used. Hardcover with dust-cover, 230 pgs. Good Condition, previous owner’s name on flyleaf, torn dust cover. Published 1986 by Ancestry Inc.
Of the German migration of the nineteenth century, close to one million made their application to emigrate at Wuerttemberg. This book presents the first comprehensive indexing of the microfilm records of important primary sources. This first volume contains 11,500 names.
Trudy Schenk, Ruth Froelke & Inge Bork, comp.
$10.00
Handy Tips on Immigration, Emigration, and Naturalization Sources.
Used. Softcover pamphlet, 20 pgs., Good Condition. Published by The Everton Publishers, no date.
Contains Background History, a section on Immigration vs. Emigration, Naturalization Records, Federal Records, and much more.
The Everton Publishers, Inc.
$7.00
Know your Ancestors: A Guide to Genealogical Research
Used. Softcover, from typed manuscript, 221 pgs. with index. Good Condition, some wear. Published 1959 by author.
From the author’s course in Family History classes. Intended to give fundamental instruction in scientific methods of tracing ancestry and compiling family history, the primary purpose being to acquaint the reader with principles of original research.
Ethel W. Williams
$14.00
Instant Information on the Internet: A Genealogist’s No-Frills Guide to the 50 States & the District of Columbia
Used, softcover, 86 pgs. Very Good Condition, some notes by previous owner. Published 1999 by GPC.
Instant Information on the Internet! is designed to guide the researcher to the most important genealogy sites on the Internet, giving the address (URLs) of the best websites for genealogical research in each of the fifty states and the District of Columbia, and much more.
Christina K. Schaefer
$5.00
Searching for your Ancestors 3rd Ed.
Used, hardcover with dust jacket, 198 pgs. with index. Good condition, some wear to dust-cover. Original edition published 1937, 3rd edition 1960 by University of Minnesota Press.
The How and Why of Genealogy Third revised edition of a time-tested guide for amateur genealogists, with an added chapter on how to plan to hunt for your ancestors in Europe (especially helpful for anyone going abroad)
Gilbert H. Doane
$6.00
A Genealogical Gazetteer of England
An Alphabetical Dictionary of Places with their Location, Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, Population, and Date of Earliest Entry in the Registers of every Ancient Parish in England.
Used, hardcover, 599 pgs. Excellent condition, slight wear to covers. Published 1977 by GPC.
An indispensable reference tool, with over 17,000 entries of the names and descriptions of places as they existed prior to 1831.
Frank Smith, comp.
$20.00
CHEDWATO Service: Missing Links, 1964
NEW, hardcover, numbered pg. 341 through pg. 580. Publications of the CHEDWATO Service, Burlington, VT.
Queries and answers from the Service’s publication “Missing Links.”
CHEDWATO Service
$5.00
Ancestral Notes from CHEDWATO, Vol. 12, 1965
NEW, hardcover, numbered as in original issue. Publications of the CHEDWATO Service, Burlington, VT.
Articles from the Service’s publication “Ancestral Notes.”
CHEDWATO Service
$10.00
Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society Volume XXIII
Used. Hard cover. Good condition.
The Deane Papers: Correspondence between Silas Deane, his Brothers and their Business and Political Associates from the years of 1771 to 1795.
The Connecticut Historical Society (CHS)
$12.00
A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer’s Register

NEW, hardcover, four volume set. Reprinted last 1998 and published by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, MD, USA.
Reprinted with “Genealogical Notes & Errata,” excerpted from The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 27, No. 2 April 1873 pp. 135-139 and A Genealogical Cross Index of the Four Volumes of the Genealogical Dictionary of James Savage by O.P. Dexter, 1884. Originally published Boston, 1860-1862.

James Savage
$150.00
They Came In Ships: A Guide to Finding Your Immigrant Ancestor’s Arrival Record, 2nd ed.
Used. Softcover, excellent condition, 93 pgs with bibliography. First edition,1989; revised and published 1993.
Prior to the publication of this book, there was no manual that explained to the family researcher exactly how to use the wealth of published and unpublished materials now available to locate a particular individual named in an old ship passenger list. This book was written specifically to fill that need. – from the author’s preface.
John Philip Colletta
$7.50
Instant Information on the Internet
A Genealogist’s No-Frills Guide to the British Isles
Used, softcover, 117 pgs. with index. Very good condition. Published 1999 by GPC.
Organized by country and county. England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
Christina K Schaefer
$5.00
Gravestone Chronicles II
More Eighteenth-Century New England Carvers and an Exploration of Gravestone Heraldica

Used, softcover, 656 pgs. with index. Excellent condition. Published 1997 by NEH&GS.
From the Introduction: “Sometimes readers are curious about how or why a book came to be written. Who were the authors? Why was their subject chosen? How did it all come together? These questions might well arise when the book is the unusual combination of genealogical methodology and eighteenth-century New England Gravestones.”
Theodore Chase and Laurel K. Gabel
$10.00
Search For The Mary & John 1630 Vol 6 Hannum thru Ludlow
Used. Spiral bound soft cover, 154 pgs. Very good condition, fold in cover. Published 1987 by author.
One of a series of volumes that list the first four generations of the descendants of the passengers of the ship “Mary & John”, that sailed from Plymouth, Devonshire on 20 March 1630 and landed at Nantasket Point on 30 May 1630.
Burton W Spear
$7.50
Search For The Mary & John 1630 Vol 6 Hannum thru Ludlow
Used. Spiral bound soft cover, 154 pgs. Fair condition, tears, pages loose. Published 1987 by author.
One of a series of volumes that list the first four generations of the descendants of the passengers of the ship “Mary & John”, that sailed from Plymouth, Devonshire on 20 March 1630 and landed at Nantasket Point on 30 May 1630.
Burton W Spear
$5.00
Search For The Passengers of the Mary & John 1630 Vol 2
Descendants’ Return to the Ancestral Homes ~ 1985
Used. Spiral bound soft cover. Good condition, some folding and stains to covers. Published 1986 by Author.
This second volume of the Mary & John series contains accounts of the gathering in London, England of more than 80 descendants of the Mary & John passengers on May 17, 1985.
Burton W Spear
$7.50
Search for the Passengers of the Mary & John 1630 Vol 5 Gallop thru Greenway
Used. Spiral bound soft cover, 140 pgs. Very good condition. Published 1987 by author.
One of a series of volumes that list the first four generations of the descendants of the passengers of the ship “Mary & John”, that sailed from Plymouth, Devonshire on 20 March 1630 and landed at Nantasket Point on 30 May 1630.
Burton W Spear
$7.50
Search for the Passengers of the Mary & John 1630 Vol 14: West Country Planters to New England
Used, spiral bound soft cover, 137 pgs. plus appendices. Fair condition, water damage/tear and discoloration on the bottom of front and back covers. Published (undated) by The Mary & John Clearing House.
This is the first volume of the Search Series that has not been devoted entirely to the Mary & John passengers and related families.
Burton W Spear
$5.00
Johnson County, Arkansas Marriages 1850-1890 Books N-O-P-Q
Used. typed manuscript, stapled at edges. Good condition. Published by the Johnson County Historical Society for use in the County Clerk’s office.
Listed alphabetically by groom’s last name, with an index to brides and miscellaneous names.
Johnson County Historical County
$5.00
Index to Genealogies in New Hampshire Town Histories
Used, softcover, 103 pgs. Good condition, some underlinings. Published 1986 for the New Hampshire Historical Society.
An index compiled from 302 histories of 198 towns.
William Copely
$5.00
Searching For Your Ancestors – 4th Edition
Used, hardcover with Dust Jacket, 212 pgs. including index. Good Condition. Published 1973, Second printing 1978.
This book is intended to be an introduction to the method of searching for elusive and forgotten ancestors. It has been written primarily for the individual who has always thought that he would look up the family tree, but never got around to it. The average person never does get around to it, mainly because they do not know where to start, and feel a bit sheepish, perhaps about asking a librarian for directions. This book is designed also for librarians of the public library in order that they may have something to put in the hands of patrons who have decided to look up their ancestors and come to them for advise.
Gilbert H Doane
$6.00
CD: Descendants of William Wellman of Connecticut
New. This is a CD version of the book is published by Otter Bay Books, Baltimore, MD. Copyright 2014 and is a genealogy, discussing the descendants of William Wellman of Connecticut of which the author is one. It has 189 pages which include an index and thorough endnotes. According to the Preface, “The work does not contain a complete record of the descendants. Rather, it contains only a record of the direct ancestral line to the author for 13 generations. Several related lines are also included. The record also attempts to briefly provide some historical context which impacted the lives of this family during specific periods.
The book is also available and sold separately for $30.
Arnold F. Wellman, Jr.
$10.00

Descendants of William Wellman of Connecticut
New. This book is published by Otter Bay Books, Baltimore, MD. Copyright 2014 and is a genealogy, discussing the descendants of William Wellman of Connecticut of which the author is one. It has 189 pages which include an index and thorough endnotes. According to the Preface, “The work does not contain a complete record of the descendants. Rather, it contains only a record of the direct ancestral line to the author for 13 generations. Several related lines are also included. The record also attempts to briefly provide some historical context which impacted the lives of this family during specific periods.”

There is a CD of the book sold separately for $10.

Arnold F. Wellman, Jr.
$30.00
Herkimer County New York State Federal Population Census Schedules 1800-1810-1820 Transcripts and Index
Used, softcover, 186 pgs. Good condition, curling to corners. Published 1965 by author.
Ralph V Wood
$30.00
The Mayflower Descendant Volume 25 (1923)
Used, Hard Cover, 222 pages with names and places indices. Excellent condition, library markings. Reprint from 1996 of the original published in 1923, by Heritage Books.
A quarterly magazine of Pilgrim genealogy and history, including vital and church records, and articles on Mayflower descendants.
Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants
$20.00
The Mayflower Descendant Volume 26 (1924)
Used, Hard Cover, 224 pages with names and places indices. Excellent condition, library markings. Reprint from 1996 of the original published in 1924, by Heritage Books.
A quarterly magazine of Pilgrim genealogy and history, including vital and church records, and articles on Mayflower descendants.
Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants
$20.00
Genealogy as Pastime and Profession
Used. Hard cover. Good condition. 1968 Edition. 119 Pages.
Genealogy as Pastime and Profession, is an all time classic originally published by Donald Lines Jacobus in 1930. It was written by a man who has complete mastery of his subject. He considered genealogy in all of its phases, the use of source materials, the evaluation of evidence, the cultural and sociologist aspects, the origin of the American colonists, conditions in the genealogical profession and the compilation of a family history.
Donald Lines Jacobus
$5.00
Descendants of Robert Stockton of Pennsylvania
Used, Hard cover with dust jacket, 339 pgs. including index. Excellent condition. Published 2011 by Mennonite Press.
One hundred fifty years of the history of Robert Stockton’s descendants living in Chester County, PA moving westward to Warren County, PA.
Robert D Stockton
$4.00
Vital Records of Hampton, New Hampshire to 1900 Volume I
Used, Hard Cover, 665 pages including index. Excellent condition, slight stains to cover and page edges. Published 1992 by GPC.
Publication sponsored by the Farrington Fund. Volume I includes town records, vital events from Old Norfolk County records, census mortality schedules, marriages from court records in New Hampshire province deeds, and miscellaneous items.
George Freeman Sanborn Jr and Melinde Lutz Sanborn
$15.00
Toogood: Ancesty, Descendants and Biographies
Capt. William Toogood 1748-1818, Wellington Sumersettshire England and Chester Massachusetts
Used, Hard cover, two-volume set of 816 pgs. including index, numerous illustrations. Excellent condition. Sold as two-volume set. Published 1997 by Sheeran of Stonegate Press.
These volumes are devoted to the ancestors of Maude Augusta (Williams) Toogood, the mother of Rodney G. Brown and the great-grandmother of the author, and allied families.
Betty Brown Sheeran
$37.50
The Compass, Vol 1
A concise and factual compilation of all vessels and sources listed, with reference made of all their voyages and arrivals in the U.S. and some dates of registration.

Used, Soft cover, 171 pgs. Good condition, scribbling on cover, some internal markings. Published 1983 by The Everton Publishers.
The questions of “what vessel did my ancestor come over on?” and “where did they come from and where did they arrive?” are the guides in compiling this volume.
Lawrence B Bangerter, comp.
$4.00
Periodical Source Index 1987
Used, Hard Cover, 585 pgs. plus 35 pg. glossary. Excellent condition, Library Markings. Published 1988 by the Allen County Public Library Foundation, Fort Wayne, IN.
Contains Source Indexes by category in alphabetical order – Look up periodicals by U.S. Place Name, Families, Canadian Place Names, Other Foreign Places, and Research Methodology.
Michael B Clegg & Curt B. Witcher, eds.
$23.00
The Ancestry of Dr J.P. Guilford, Vol 1
Seventeenth Century New England Colonials
Used, Hard cover, 995 pgs. including index. Very good condition, library markings. Published 1990 by the Genealogical Publishing Company. The renowned psychologist Dr. J.P. Guilford, was the product of so many early New England immigrants, about whom much misinformation has been previously published.
Joan S Guilford, Ph.D
$17.50
Timothy Ford of New Haven, Connecticut
NEW. Soft cover. Self-Published 2004.
A comprehensive look at the first five generations of the Ford Family of New Haven.
Charles R Ford
$8.00
English Origins of New England Families First Series Vol II
Used, Hard Cover, 848 pgs. including index. Good condition, spotting to page edges. Published by Genealogical Publishing Company 1984.
A compilation of publications on the origins of New England settlers between 1620 and 1660 from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register. First Series in Three Volumes, Volume II. With an Index by Eleanor R Antoniak.
Gary Boyd Roberts
$25.00
English Origins of New England Families Second Series Vol II
Used, Hardcover, 1044 pages including index. Good condition, spotting to page edges. Published by Genealogical Publishing Company 1985.
Extracted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, the second series of this work completes one of the major consolidations in modern American genealogy — that of all immigrant origin data in 137 volumes of the NEH&GR.
Gary Boyd Roberts
$25.00
English Origins of New England Families Second Series Volume I
Used, Hard cover, 1042 pgs. including index. Good condition, staining on page edges. Published 1985 by GPC.
Extracted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, the second series of this work completes one of the major consolidations in modern American genealogy — that of all immigrant origin data in 137 volumes of the NEH&GR.
Gary Boyd Roberts
$25.00
Genealogical Research Directory: National & International 1991
Used, softcover, 912 pgs. Good condition, wear to cover. Published 1991 by Genealogical Research Directory.
Worldwide Surname Directory. In its 11th year of publication, it has become the largest surname queries listing in the world. Includes a list of Societies and Organizations.
Johnson & Sainty
$2.50
Genealogical Research in Minnesota
National Genealogical Society Quarterly, March 1989 Vol 77 #1
Used, Soft Cover booklet, pages 22-42, including reference notes.
Essay on early history and general resources available, including genealogical and historical societies.
Paula Stuart Warren
$2.50
A Preliminary Guide to Pre-1904 County Records in the Virginia State Library and Archives
Used. Softcover, very good condition, 331 pgs with index. Published 1994 by the Virginia State Library and Archives.
In order to make its holdings accessible, the Virginia State Library and Archives has adopted a program of inventorying collection. This volume contains entries for Virginia’s county government records prior to 1904.
Lyndon H Hart, III, J Christian Kolbe, and Suzanne Smith Ray
$12.50
A Preliminary Guide to Pre-1904 Municipal Records in the Archives Branch Virginia State Library and Archives
Used. Soft Cover. 61 pgs including index. Good Condition, wear and stains to cover. Published (no date) by the Virginia State Library and Archives. Guide to sources of Municipal Records of all of the incorporated cities of Virginia, with glossary.
Lyndon H Hart, III & J Christian Kolbe, comp.
$2.50
Genealogist’s Handbook for Atlantic Canada Research
Used, hardcover, 141 pgs. including index. Excellent Condition, some spotting to page edges. Published 1989 by New England Historic Genealogical Society.
A guide to the location of records, repositories and genealogical societies in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.
Terrence M Punch, ed.
$5.00
Address Book for Germanic Genealogy
Used, Soft Cover, 196 pgs. Very good condition, corners curled, slight stains on page edges and back cover. Sixth Edition. Published 1997 by Genealogical Publishing Company.
Addresses of municipal archives, historical and genealogical societies for those researchers interested in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and other German speaking areas of central and western Europe.
Ernest Thode
$10.00
Witchcraft Prosecution: Chasing the Devil in Connecticut
New. Hard Cover. 224 pages. Published by Picton Press, 2012
This definitive history of witchcraft prosecution in Connecticut in the 17th and 18th century covers every known case of formal accusation or suspicion of witchcraft. This includes over forty cases. An “every name” index includes nearly 1000 entries. There are thirteen illustrations and 406 footnotes. The appendices contain a table of the accused, annotated descriptions of the original court documents in the Wyllys Papers collection and historical profiles of key persons.
Richard G Tomlinson
$33.00
Mayflower Families in Progress: John Billington of the Mayflower and His Descendants for Five Generations
Used. Soft Cover. 105 pages. Excellent condition. Published 1988 by General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
Including preliminary research done 1968-1976 by the late Claude W. Barlow. The current status of five generations of Billington research.
Harriet Woodbury Hodge, comp.
$10.00
English Origins of New England Families First Series Vol III
Used, Hard Cover, 874 pgs. including index. Good condition, page edge staining. Published 1984 by GPC.
A compilation of publications on the origins of New England settlers between 1620 and 1660 from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register. First Series in Three Volumes, Volume III. With an Index by Judith McGhan.
Gary Boyd Roberts
$25.00
Tichenor Families in America
Used. Hard Cover, 736 pages with index. Excellent condition. Published 1988 by author.
Descendants of Martin Tichenor, who took the oath of allegiance to New Haven Colony in 1644.
Harold A Tichenor
$25.00
English Origins of New England Families Second Series Vol III
Used, Hard Cover, 994 pgs. including index. Good Condition, minimal scuffing to cover, page edge staining. Published 1985 by the Genealogical Publishing Company.
Extracted from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, the second series of this work completes one of the major consolidations in modern American genealogy — that of all immigrant origin data in 137 volumes of the NEH&GR.
Gary Boyd Roberts
$25.00
Edward Foster Ensworth (1855-1945) and Mary Isabel Johnson (1860-1936)
and Some of Their Ancestors and Related Families
Used, Soft Cover, 498 pgs. with portraits and index. Good Condition, stains on cover, corners curled. Published 1996 by author.
Follows the Ensworth family of Connecticut, the Ensworth family of Vermont, the Messenger family of New England, and the Johnson family of New England.
Duane E Wilson
$12.50
The Lush Family History: The Descendants of Edmund Lush of East Knoyle, Wiltshire, England
Married, March 1717/18, Elizabeth Eliot. Descendants now Living in: Australia, Canada and the United States of America

Used. Hard Cover. 367 pages. Very Good Condition. Published 1987 by Gateway Press.
The first mention of the Lush surname is in the Somerset Land Rolls of 1270.
Robert E. Hull
$12.50
The 2005 Garnsey Guernsey Gurnsey Genealogical Dictionary
Which incorporates all of Squire Garnsey’s 19th and early 20th century information, Eva Garnsey Card’s and Howards Abram Guernsey’s 1963 and Eva Garnsey Card’s and Judith L. Young-Thayer’s 1979 books, and all of the additional G-G-G info sent after the 1979 publication. NEW with addendum of corrections. Hardcover, 698 pgs. Published 2005 by Gateway Press. Available only from CSG and the author.
Judith Young-Thayer
$79.00
A Genealogical Gazetteer of England
NEW – 599 Paged, hard cover. A Genealogical Gazetteer or England an alphabetical dictionary of places; with their location, ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, Population and the date of the earliest entry in the registers of every ancient parish in England. The only work of its kind, this newly compiled volume contains all the genealogical information necessary to know before searching in English records for data about a family living in a particular locality. Some information is as follows:
A description of each parish, chapelry, hamlet, etc., as it was in 1831. The date of commencement of all Church of England parish register before 1813. The name of the county in which the place situated in 1831. The distance in miles from the next largest place. The poplulation of each place as of 1831…..and much more.
Frank Smith
$39.00
The Great War
NEW – 189 Paged, hard cover. The Great War: A guide to the Service Record of All the World’s Fighting Men and Volunteers. World War I has passed from living memory into the history books, receding far enough into the distance to provide a genealogical challenge. In order to reconstruct the lives and locate records of those who served, fought, volunteered or were conscripted, we must rely on a vast but relatively unknown body of resources. The only book of its kind, this ambitious effort to catalogue service records and related sources in international scope, covering soldiers of all countries participating in the war, from Britain, Germany, and France to Russia, Canada and the U.S; and from India, Australia, and Japan, to South Africa and Brazil.
Christina K. Schaefer
$22.00
Understanding Colonial Handwriting
NEW. Soft cover, 26 pgs. Originally published 1980 in “New Jersey History,” revised 1986, by GPC.
Recourse to original records, in whatever form, assures the researcher that no one has tampered with the content or physical construction of the record. The changing styles of letter formation and the condition of the paper may present problems to the uninitiated. To analyze such a document we must understand its history, its purpose, its tools, even its scribe and the manner of writing. Purchase this book to read more.
Harriet Stryker-Rodda
$6.00
The Descendants of James Stanclift of Middletown, Connecticut and Allied Families
NEW. Hard cover, 548 pgs with name and place names indices. Published 1995, by S.S. Research.
The format used in this genealogy of Stancliff, Stanclift, Stancliffe family is designed to allow the researcher to obtain birth, death, and marriage records on individuals of a family group in one place. When individuals have a family of their own, the vital records, as well as expanded information is presented in the following generation. This means there is an intended duplication of vital statistics from generation to generation. The documentation is presented in the form of footnotes on the same page that the information is found.
Sherry Smith Stancliff/Robert C. Stancliff
$50.00
Supplement to Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700
NEW – Hard cover. When Clarence Almond Torrey died in 1962, his manuscript, New England Marriages Before 1700, was the single best index to the early Colonial Period in existence. Even today, there is nothing like it for both thoroughness and utility. Over a period of more than forty years, Torrey combed and printed collection at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, extracting almost every available reference to marriages of early New England Settlers. Buy this facinating book and read more….
Melinde Lutz Sanborn
$16.00
First Congregational Church Records of Westbrook, Connecticut
Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, Memberships 1725-1899 From the first four volumes of records. Supplemented by Gravestone Inscriptions from Westbrook Cemeteries.
NEW, hardcover, 220 pgs. Published 1979 by the Editor.
This publication of records of the First Congregational Church of Westbrook, Connecticut, fills a gap in the voluminous church files at the Connecticut State Library at Hartford and supplements the published Vital Records of Saybrook, the town from which Westbrook was formed in 1840. Started as a personal project because of ancestral ties with several families in the area, it has been completed as a belated contribution to the Bicententennial of our Nations which many Westbrook men fought to establish, and others fought to preserve as a Union.
Jean Rumsey, ed.
$12.00
Index to Genealogical Periodicals (Three Volumes in One)
USED. Originally published in three volumes, 1932, 1948 and 1953. We have two copies: hardcover, some staining to edges and pages, 1981, GPC; and softcover, good condition, some staining to edges, 1997, Clearfield. Both priced at $10.00.
It covers periodicals, not family genealogies nor (with a few exceptions) occasional publications issued by historical societies in book or pamphlet for. Many historical periodicals have been consulted, but indexed only so far as strictly genealogical matter is concerned.
Strictly historical matter, memoirs of persons not long dead, and other reading matter not pertaining to the subject of genealogy, have not been indexed.
Donald Lines Jacobus
$10.00
Index to Genealogical Periodicals (Three Volumes in One)
NEW, softcover. Originally published in three volumes, 1932, 1948 and 1953. Published 1997 by Clearfield.
It covers periodicals, not family genealogies nor (with a few exceptions) occasional publications issued by historical societies in book or pamphlet for. Many historical periodicals have been consulted, but indexed only so far as strictly genealogical matter is concerned.
Strictly historical matter, memoirs of persons not long dead, and other reading matter not pertaining to the subject of genealogy, have not been indexed.
Donald Lines Jacobus
$21.00
When Your Ox Is in the Ditch
NEW – 161 Paged, Soft cover. The title , When your Ox is in the Ditch, has its roots in the Bible (Luke 14:5). It is an old expression often used in the South to convey a thought common to anyone who has ever gone down the research road: a condition where one is in dire need of help from someone, anyone, to move things forward!
Vera McDowell
$19.00
Genealogy as Pastime and Profession
NEW- 119 Pages, Soft Cover. Genealogy as Pastime and Profession, is an all time classic published by Donald Lines Jacobus in 1930. It was written by a man who has complete mastery of his subject. He considered genealogy in all of its phases, the use of source materials, the evaluation of evidence, the cultural and sociologist aspects, the origin of the American colonists, conditions in the genealogical profession and the compilation of a family history.
Donald Lines Jacobus
$8.00
German-American Names 3rd. Edition
NEW. Hard cover, 354 pgs with index. 3rd ed. published 2006, GPC.
German-American Names is a treasure-trove of information about surnames. The author’s discussion of the Americanization of German immigrants’ names fills a gap in the current literature. This book is a readable gem, both informative and fun.
George F. Jones
$30.00
Finding Your Hispanic Roots
NEW – Soft cover, published by Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, MD. Finding Your Hispanic Roots is the most comprehensive manual on Hispanic ancestry available. Building on the previously published Tracing Your Hispanic Heritage (1984), it provides detailed information on the records, sources and reference works used in all major Hispanic Countries. This special genius of the book is that it treats a large complex subject with ease and simplicity, and it guides the researcher over some of the roughest terrain in genealogy. It is absolutely indispensable on Hispanic research, whether conducted in the United States, Mexico, Central or South America, Spain, or elsewhere, and it will be used again and again both as a guide and as a reference tool.
George R. Ryskamp
$20.00
Evidence! Citation & Analysis for the Family Historian
NEW – 124 Pages, with index, Hard cover. Evidence! owes its existence to countless debates with numerous colleagues of wondrously diverse opinions. Many have helped to shape its content; others have road tested its citation models amid their own research and writing…purchase this book and read more.
Elizabeth Shown Mills
$16.00
The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy
NEW. Hard cover, 662 pgs. with index. Published 2000 by GPC.
This 3rd edition incorporates the latest thinking on genealogy and computers, specifically the relationship between computer technology (the Internet and CD-ROM) and the timeless principles of good genealogical research. It also includes a new chapter on the property rights of women, a revised chapter on the evaluation of genealogical evidence, and updated information on the 1920 census. This 3rd edition of the Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy, then, is clear, comprehensive, and up-to-date account of the methods and aims of American genealogy – an essential text for the present generation of researchers – and no sound genealogical project is complete without it.
Val D. Greenwood
$30.00
The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy
Used, Hard cover, 662 pgs. including index. Excellent condition, library markings and stickers. Published 2000 by GPC.
This 3rd edition incorporates the latest thinking on genealogy and computers, specifically the relationship between computer technology (the Internet and CD-ROM) and the timeless principles of good genealogical research. It also includes a new chapter on the property rights of women, a revised chapter on the evaluation of genealogical evidence, and updated information on the 1920 census. This 3rd edition of the Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy, then, is clear, comprehensive, and up-to-date account of the methods and aims of American genealogy – an essential text for the present generation of researchers – and no sound genealogical project is complete without it.
Val D. Greenwood
$25.00
Holcombe, Doane, Henke Family History 1812-1983
NEW – 161 pgs hardcover, with index. Publ. 1983.
The Holcomb(e) descendants in this book are from the lineage of John Holcombe of Amwell, son of John and Sarah Holcombe, of Dulverton, Devonshire, England. John and his brother Jacob were Quakers and came to America ca 1700, settling in Abington, PA.
Mary Alice Henke
$9.00
Ezra Thompson Clark’s Ancestors and Descendants 1st. Edition
NEW – 676 Paged, hard cover. This book had its beginning in a youthful ambition to trace all of the descendents of an immigrant ancestor, Major Nathan Gold of Fairfiled, Connecticut. It received a big impetus from the “History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield”, compiled by Donald Lines Jacobus and published in 1930-32. The first connection with the Ezra Thompson Clark Family came through Mr. Lyman M. Kunz of Montpelier, Idoho through a reference by Mr. Jacobus…purchase this facinating book and read much more….
Robert F. Gould
$10.00
The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States 2nd. Edition
NEW – 334 Paged Soft Cover. During the compilation of this work a large correspondence was carried on with the State and local historical societies, State, county, and township officers, and individuals in all parts of the country for the purpose of obtaining information concerning the subject in hand. The greatest interest was shown and much work done by correspondents, who have thus contributed very largely to the work. Much valuable material was collected in this way which otherwise would have been unavailable.
Henry Gannett
$25.00
Collecting Dead Relatives
NEW – 154 Paged soft cover, published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD. Here you will meet the people and situations you’re already familiar with, or about to become familiar with – the BORE, the BLUEBLOOD, the OLD MASTER, and the BRIEFCASE MAGNET, and a clutch of dissembling officials, wet-nosed beginners, and tongue-clucking harridans – but this time the meeting will drive you wild with laughter. You will learn the latest techniques employed by county clerks in repelling genealogists, about projector fatigue, and about acceptable and unacceptable behavior in graveyards. Guaranteed to keep you sand and keep you laughing!
Laverne Galeener- Moore
$8.00
Netting Your Ancestors: Genealogical Research on the Internet
NEW – 181 paged, soft cover. Netting Your Ancestors is designed not only to show you how to use the Internet in genealogical research but how to take maximum advantage of this extraordinary research too. Written by genealogist and computer whiz Cyndi Howells, creator of the award – winning web site Cyndi’s List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet, it is a guide to the most powerful research tool since the advent of the personal computer. This is no hollow claim, for in bringing resources from around the world right into your home, the internet makes genealogical research possible on a global scale, in record-breaking time.
Cyndi Howells
$19.00
Everyone Has Roots: An Introduction To English Genealogy
NEW. 189 Pages hard cover. Getting started is what this book is all about. Among other things, it is designed to instruct the beginner in the use of English genealogical records, and it describes their origins and present day-applications. Shrewd and elegantly written, it treats virtually all facets of research, discussing methods and principles, books and archives, and adventures and misadventures. Based partly on the Author’s extensive experience as Director of Research of Genealogist of London, it is an intelligent and authoritative guide through the many-leveled and complex realm of English genealogy, as careful and as delightful an introduction to the subject as has ever been written.
Anthony J. Camp
$9.00
Descendants of Thomas and Richard Brush of Huntington, Long Island – Supplement I & II
NEW- Hard cover, published by Gateway Press Inc., Baltimore, MD. Supplement I & II to The Descendants of Thomas and Richard Brush of Huntington, Long Island. Quote from the Author ” Looking back at the many years of accumulating and preserving our Brush family heritage, I see what has been a long, sometimes joyous and sometimes arduous, journey. There are some 13,000 names in the original volume published in 1982 and thousands more in this work. I shall continue to collect Brush family information, so please keep sending updated data to me for proper filing”.
Stuart C. Brush & Russell B. Brush
$27.50
Roots for Kids: A Genealogy Guide for Young People, 2nd ed.
NEW. Softcover, 104 pgs. Published 2007, GPC.
This book is based on a twelve week course the author developed for her fourth grade class. Each chapter is based on a forty-five minute classroom session. While the book is suitable for teachers seeking to supplement their social studies curriculum with material on family history, it will be used principally by a whole range of young people in their first attempt at genealogical research.
Susan Provost Beller
$19.00
Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800
Three Books in One With the Addition of Plymouth County Marriages 1692-1746

NEW. Softcover. Reprints, published 2008, Clearfield Company.
First Book, Worcester County, 183 pgs., originally published 1897; Second Book, Plymouth County, 215 pgs., originally published 1900; Third Book, Counties of Middlesex, Hampshire, Berkshire and Bristol, 209 pgs, originally published 1914, all with indices Plymouth County Marriages, 54 pgs., reprinted from the “Genealogical Advertiser”, 1898-1899.
Frederic W. Bailey
$55.00
American Place Names of Long Ago
A Republication of the Index to Cram’s Unrivaled Atlas of the World as Based on the Census of 1890

NEW, Hard cover, 347 Pgs. Published 1998 by GPC, 1999 edition.
Urban and surburban development probably has been the greatest cause of the disappearance of American place names of the past from present atlases, road maps, telephone directories, and new census tabulations. There have been other man-made causes also, such as flooding of land through the creation of reservoirs and lakes. Some deliberate name changes have been made without any attendant changes of landscape. Thus there are a variety of reasons why a place name that served its purpose well enough long ago may not be found in a modern finding tool. When one is looking for persons – one’s own ancestors or someone else’s – the story behind the disappearance of a place name is immaterial. Just finding where on a map that place was, in order to search for records, is the objective.
Gilbert S. Bahn
$35.00
The Sunny Side of Genealogy
NEW – 102 paged soft cover. A humorous collection of anecdotes, poems, wills, epitaphs and other micellany from genealogy.
Fonda D. Baselt
$6.00
The Diary of Capt. Samuel Tillinghast of Warwick, Rhode Island 1757-1766
Used, hard cover, 481 pgs. including index; illustrations & maps. Published 2000 by the Rhode Island Genealogical Society.
Quote for the Author:
With much encouragement from friends and family, I decided to make the diary accessible to all readers. I transcribed it in chronological order, reuniting all entries under the date they describe, and then set out to identify as many of the people named as possible. What began as a purely genealogical adventure turned into much more. To understand the diary it was necessary to explore the political and legal setting which Tillinghast wrote, the vocabulary of ship building and herbal medicine, and the mechanics of colonial craftsmanship…..
Cherry Fletcher Bamberg
$15.00
The Ancestry of Emily Jane Angell 1844-1910
Used. Hard cover, 655 pgs book with indexes. Excellent condition, library markings. Published 1992 by NEHGS,
Paternal and Maternal ancestry charts for Emily Jane Angell with lines from Angell, Ashton, Inman. Mowry, Olney & Smith of Providence, RI. Briant & Young of Smithfield, RI, Barnes of Hingham, MA. Johnson of Roxbury, Ma and much more….
Dean Crawford Smith/Melinde Lutz Sanborn, ed.
$20.00
The Lesley E. Voorhees Records Volume 1
Used, softcover, 172 pgs. including index, and with map. Fair to good condition, cover stained and wrinkled. Published 1965 by History’s People, Inc.
This volume contains a combination of tombstone inscriptions, burial records and extensive notes for fourteen cemeteries in the Van Buren-Baldwinsville-Lysander area of Upstate New York. This area, which comprises the northwest corner of Onondaga County, is of great importance to everyone whose ancestors came through New York; it was a busy, thriving section of the county along the Erie Canal, highway to the West, long before Syracuse was much more than a swamp.
Lesley E. Voorhees
$5.00
Kinship: It’s All Relative, Second Edition
New, soft cover, 123 pages with bibliography, glossary and index. Published 1990 by GPC, 2nd ed. updated 2000.
This expanded second edition features new chapters on the subjects of marriage, names, and wills (kinship and the rights of inheritance); an expanded treatment of other subjects, such as degrees of consanguinity and how to calculate blood relationships; and a new glossary, bibliography, and an index. this new second Jackie Arnold’s acclaimed Kinship: It’s All Relative is now more authoritative than ever.
Jackie Smith Arnold
$10.00
The New England Mind: From Colony to Province
Used, soft cover, 515 pgs including index. Good condition, curling to corners, some markings. Published 1953 by the Belknap Press of Harvard University.
Here is the second volume of the Author’s monumental study of the New England mind. In massive detail and with a brilliant combination of scholarship and insight, it presents in new perspective the historical process whereby Puritan became Yankee – as part of that larger process whereby the Reformation became the Enlightenment.
Perry Miller
$10.00
Allen County, Kentucky; Cemetery and Graveyards – Revisited (with Genealogical Notes) Volume III
Used. Good condition, soft cover, 196 pages. Good condition, wear to cover, page edges stained. Published 1993 by author.
Quote from the Author: At long last this book has come to be. Frustration, along with life’s problems, took their toll. So, I gathered up my collection and my notes and put this together as best as I could. Times, along the way of gathering this information, found gates locked, found maps incorrect, found us wandering around – hunting, to be the main part of our journey to this end. However, I hope this book will bring you more of what you want in your never ending search for your family, and the question each new fact brings.
Martha Werst Jackson
$10.00
Wartenbe Genealogy: Ancestor and Descendants of William and Catherine (White) Wartenbe of New Jersey, Virginia and Ohio
Used, hard cover, 210 pgs. including appendix and index. Like new condition. Published 1987 by Gateway Press Inc., Baltimore, MD.
No work is perfect and this one is no exception, but documented information is sprinkled liberally throughout this book in an effort to seek out the facts. After all, an old family bible, with written data and family information consisting of names and dates passed down through the generations, is enough to make many people believe that it’s the gospel truth. And while that may be, but it is only in documenting the facts that the true story begins to unfold. This is one of the purposes of compiling a book about the Wartenbe’s.
As spoken by the Author.
Mary Esther Ford, comp.
$12.50
The Simmendinger Register
True and Authentic Register of Persons Still Living , by God’s Grace, who In the Year 1709, Under the Wonderful Providences of the Lord Journeyed From Germany to America or New World And there seek their Piece of Bread at various places Reported with Joy to all Admirerers, especially to their Families and Close Friends
Used, Good condition, soft cover with 20 pages. We have two copies, one with handwritten notes and clear plastic dust jacket. Reprint of 1934 edition by GPC, 1978.
This register was originally prepared by Ulrich Simmendinger after his return to Germany from this country where he had been in the Palatine migration for seven years. The preface sets forth his reason for coming and returning. The Register throws light on the limited information we possess relative to the early struggles of the hardy Palatines who first settled along the Hudson and later, the Mohawk Valley. The Author explains why he published the book, which was a sort of message from the colony overseas to friends and relatives back home from Germany.
Ulrich Simmendinger
$5.00
Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire Volume 9: State Papers Series, Volume 39
Used, softcover, 527 pgs. including index. Very Good Condition, corners of cover creased. Reprint of the 1941 edition published 1990 by Heritage Books.
The probate records of colonial New Hampshire constitute an invaluable resource for historical and genealogical studies. They were first published by the State as Volume 31 through 39 of the State Papers series under the direction of several editors between 1907 and 1941. They were printed in limited editions, have been out of print for many years, and have been very difficult to find in antiquarian books shops except for an occasional odd volume, so this reprint edition should do much to facilitate research on colonial New Hampshire.
Otis G. Hammond, ed.
$17.50
Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire Volume 8: 1764-1767, State Papers Series, Volume 38
Used, softcover, 483 pgs. including index. Very Good Condition, some curling to corners. Reprint of the 1940 edition published 1990 by Heritage Books.
The probate records of colonial New Hampshire constitute an invaluable resource for historical and genealogical studies. They were first published by the State as Volume 31 through 39 of the State Papers series under the direction of several editors between 1907 and 1941. They were printed in limited editions, have been out of print for many years, and have been very difficult to find in antiquarian books shops except for an occasional odd volume, so this reprint edition should do much to facilitate research on colonial New Hampshire.
Otis G. Hammond, ed.
$17.50
Probate Records of New Hampshire Volume 7 1760-1763, State Papers Series, Volume 37
Used, softcover, 514 pgs. including index. Very Good Condition, slight curling. Reprint of 1939 edition published 1900 by Heritage Books.
The probate records of colonial New Hampshire constitute an invaluable resource for historical and genealogical studies. They were first published by the State as Volume 31 through 39 of the State Papers series under the direction of several editors between 1907 and 1941. They were printed in limited editions, have been out of print for many years, and have been very difficult to find in antiquarian books shops except for an occasional odd volume, so this reprint edition should do much to facilitate research on colonial New Hampshire.
Otis G. Hammond
$17.50
Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire Volume 3, State Papers Series, Volume 33, Pages 1-398.
Used, good condition, corners of covers bent. Soft Cover. 398 Pages (first part only). Reprint of the 1915 edition by Heritage Books, 1989.
The probate records of colonial New Hampshire constitute an invaluable resource for historical and genealogical studies. They were first published by the State as Volume 31 through 39 of the State Papers series under the direction of several editors between 1907 and 1941. They were printed in limited editions, have been out of print for many years, and have been very difficult to find in antiquarian books shops except for an occasional odd volume, so this reprint edition should do much to facilitate research on colonial New Hampshire.
Henry Harrison Metcalf
$10.00
Probate Records of The Province of New Hampshire Volume 2: 1718-1740, State Papers Series, Volume 32 Parts 1 & 2, Pages 1-410 and 411-876
Used, good condition, slight curling to covers. Soft Cover. Pages 1-410 and 411-876, sold as set. Reprint of the 1914 edition by Heritage Books, 1989.
The probate records of colonial New Hampshire constitute an invaluable resource for historical and genealogical studies. They were first published by the State as Volume 31 through 39 of the State Papers series under the direction of several editors between 1907 and 1941. They were printed in limited editions, have been out of print for many years, and have been very difficult to find in antiquarian books shops except for an occasional odd volume, so this reprint edition should do much to facilitate research on colonial New Hampshire.
Henry Harrison Metcalf, ed.
$17.50
Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire Volume 1: 1635-1717 State Paper Series, Volume 31 Part 1 only Pages (1-416)
Used, Soft Cover. 416 Pages. Excellent condition, slight tear to cover, both copies. 1989 reprint by Heritage Books of original published in 1907 by Rumford Printing.
The probate records of colonial New Hampshire constitute an invaluable resource for historical and genealogical studies. They were first published by the State as Volume 31 through 39 of the State Papers series under the direction of several editors between 1907 and 1941. They were printed in limited editions, have been out of print for many years, and have been very difficult to find in antiquarian books shops except for an occasional odd volume, so this reprint edition should do much to facilitate research on colonial New Hampshire.
In these volumes will are transcribed in full, while all other probate records, such as administrations, bonds, inventories, petitions, licences, etc. are given in abstract form. Lots plans are occasionally given for real estate. All volumes contain place and name indexes.
Albert Stillman Batchellor (Editor of State Papers)
17.50
The Complete Ancestry of Tennessee Williams
Used, hard cover, 489 pgs. including index. Good condition, wear to cover. Published 1993 by author.
Thomas Lanier Williams is the name that resonates with Tennessee history. It is entirely fitting that the artist who bore this prominent East Tennessee name is almost universally known to the public as “Tennessee” Williams. As a playwright, Tennessee Williams is generally acknowledged to be in the first rank of writers of the twentieth century. Yet he never lived in Tennessee for any appreciable length of time and rarely visited the home state of so many of his father’s ancestors.
John A. Brayton, comp.
$18.00
Thunder Over New England
Benjamin Bonnell, the Loyalist

Used, Hard Cover with dust jacket, 103 pgs. with illustrations and maps. Excellent condition, wear to dust cover. Published 1988 by author.
Thunder over New England, Benjamin Bonnell, The Loyalist can only be described as a struggle for individual rights and survival during a very turbulent time in American/British history. Between 1770 and 1783 America, the adolescent child, outgrew its mother’s security and went out into the world on its own. Many people suffered because of that. As in any revolution there are always losers, and the really big losers are always the little people – the farmer, the laborer and the the small business person.
Paul J. Bunnell
$15.00
The List of Colonial Governors Prior to July 4, 1776
Used. Excellent Condition. Soft Cover. 40 Pages.
The List of the Colonial Governors and the Chief Executives of America Prior to 4 July 1776, compiled by the Governors General of the Society between 1961 and 2007.
The Hereditary Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors, publ.
$15.00
The Second Supplement to the DAR Patriot Index
Used. Good Condition. Soft Cover 95 Paged Book. Published in 1973.
This second supplement to the Dar Patriot Index has three sections. The first contains the vital data on 3390 patriot ancestors newly indentified and proved in the three years and four months from June 1968 through the October 1972 meeting of the National Board of Management. The second section is titled Additions and corrections to the Dar Patriot Index. The third section contains “Additions and Corrections to the First Supplement to the Dar Patriot Index.
DAR
$5.00
The Descendants of Oliver Nye (c. 1798-1883)
Early Settlers in Cortland and Tompkins Counties, NY, with a History of the Henry D. Rumsey Family
Used, hard cover. 128 pgs. including appendices and indices. Excellent condition. Published 2006 by Gateway Press.
This publication is a compiled genealogy based on the previous research published in the two volumes of A Genealogy of American Nyes of English Origin by the Nye Family of American Association. Data for the descendants of Oliver Nye (c. 1798-1883) has been greatly expanded through additional research and the inclusion of several more generations and descendants. Most of the information for recent generations was obtained from personal interviews and correspondence with living descendants as well as letters, obituaries, marriage announcements, funeral pamphlets. Other sources include census records, vital records, city directories and land records.
James J. Carrington
$5.00
Mayflower Increasings (For Three Generations)
Used, soft cover, 159 Pages. Fair condition, covers folded and curled, moderately marked up. Published 1989 by GPC.
This work is an attempt to revise and expand the 1922 work of John Landis, to provide an accurate and reliable summary, with appropriate documentation, of the first three generations from the passengers of the Mayflower.
Susan E. Roser
$10.00
The Center: A Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Capital Area
Used, soft cover, 148 Pages including bibliography, appendix and index. Published 1996 by GPC.
The Center is actually an all new work which is based on the original concept. Its aim is simple: to identify those resources in the Washington, DC area that will aid family historians in tracing their ancestors. In meeting that goal, it shows the researcher precisely what genealogical resources are available in the nation’s capital and where they can be found. More than a tool, the Center is a resource in itself.
Christina K. Schaefer
$5.00
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index Volume 15, 1976
Used, excellent Condition. Hard Cover. 102 Pages. Published by Heritage Books, Inc.
GPAI is the only comprehensive surname, locality, topical and book review index to the genealogical periodical literature. As such it strives to incompass all English-language genealogical periodicals. The current edition covers 120 genealogical periodicals with about 4500 index citations.
Laird C. Towle
$5.00
The Genealogist’s Companion & Sourcebook – A Beyond-the-basics, hands on guide to unpuzzling your past
Used, excellent Condition. Soft Cover. 228 Pages. Published 1994, Betterway Books.
In this book the Author helps you find new paths to your desired destination: learning about your ancestors, where they lived and how they lived. This book alerts you to promising types of primary and secondary sources. It shows you how to get past the kinds of obstacles. You will find bibliographies, case studies, appendices with census forms, a family group sheet and information on major archives, libraries, lending libraries and publishers.
Emily Croom
$5.00
The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy 1st Edition
Used, good Condition. Hard Cover, 535 Pages, with index. Published 1973, GPC.
Original edition of the book that has risen above the rest in stature and authority and became the standard work in the field of genealogy.
Val D. Greenwood
$5.00
The Genesis of Your Genealogy – Step-by-Step Instruction for the Beginner in Family History
3rd. Edition Completely Updated and Revised to Include Use of Computers
Used, Soft Cover, punched for three-hole binder, 75 pgs. Good condition, curling to corners, dog-eared pages, a few markings. Originally published 1969, 3rd edition 1992, by Family History Educators, Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Genesis of Your Genealogy is not new. It has been helping people since 1969. It has been out of print since 1991 to allow for updating instruction.
Elizabeth L. Nichols
$2.50
Genealogical Periodical Annual Index Volume 28, 1989
Used, excellent condition. Hard cover with 247 pgs. Published 1990 by Heritage Books.
GPAI is the only comprehensive surname, locality, topical, and book review index to the genealogical periodical literature. The current edition covers 277 genealogical periodicals with nearly 11,500 index citations.
Laird C. Towle, editor/Leslie K. Towle, compiler
$7.00
Deacon John Burnham of Ipswich and Ebenezer Martin of Rehoboth, Massachusetts with Some of their Descendants
Used, 305 pgs with index. Excellent condition, library markings. Published 1987 by Gateway Press.
This book provides the first detailed account of the emigrant John Burnham, of interest to any student of early New England. Successive generations of Burnhams and Martins have been carefully documented, an yet the historical process is never ended.
The author and her husband hope to stimulate further discoveries and will welcome personal documents which have escaped their previous search.
Elisabeth Puckett Martin
$15.00
American Surnames
NEW. Softcover, in shrink wrap. Published GPC.
Mr. Smith, a leading authority on names, discusses the development of hereditary surnames, and classification and origins of modern surnames. Included is a list of the two thousand most common surnames in the United States today.
Elsdon C Smith
$17.95
The Center: A Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Capital Area
NEW: Soft cover, 148 Pages. The Center is actually an all new work which is based on the original concept. Its aim is simple: to identify those resources in the Washington, DC area that will aid family historians in tracing their ancestors. In meeting that goal, it shows the researcher precisely what genealogical resources are available in the nation’s capital and where they can be found. More than a tool, the Center is a resource in itself.
Christina K. Schaefer
$19.95
Finding Our Fathers: A Guidebook to Jewish Genealogy
NEW. Softcover, 401 pgs. with Bibliography. Originally published 1977, Random House. Reprinted 1995 with new preface, GPC.
Contents:Our Links With the Past; Starting Out; Public Records in the United States; A Quick Course in Judaica; Tradition, History and the Bible; Jewish Sources in America; Back Across the Ocean; Back to Israel; A Source Guide to Jewish Family Genealogies.
Dan Rottenberg
$20.00
Finding Our Fathers: A Guidebook to Jewish Genealogy
Used, 401 pgs. with Bibliography. Originally published 1977, Random House. Reprinted 1995 with new preface, GPC. ONE softcover, back cover dog-eared, front cover, wear to edges. One hardcover with dust jacket, fair to good condition, much wear.
Contents:Our Links With the Past; Starting Out; Public Records in the United States; A Quick Course in Judaica; Tradition, History and the Bible; Jewish Sources in America; Back Across the Ocean; Back to Israel; A Source Guide to Jewish Family Genealogies.
Dan Rottenberg
$10.00
Ancestral Trails: The Complete Guide to British Genealogy and Family History
NEW – Hardcover with dust jacket, 674 pgs. with bibliography and index. 1998 edition, GPC; first published 1997, Sutton Publ. Ltd.
In association with the Society of Genealogists, London…this unique book sets out to guide the genealogist and family historian through the substantial British records…with a detailed view of the archives and public sources available…equally useful to the beginner and to those who have started the search for their roots…[r]esearch in Scotland, Wales, Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands is also covered…(from jacket notes).
Mark E. Herber
$34.95
History and Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters
NEW – …and First Comers to Ye Olde Colonie…Two Volumes in One. Softcover, 283 pgs. with name index. Originally Published 1936/1941. Reprinted 2002 by Clearfield.
This work is based substantially on the genealogy of Stephen Hopkins, including male and female lines through a number of generations. Note, however, that the scope of this work is considerably more than a Hopkins genealogy, encompassing many of the families of Plymouth and Cape Cod – paraphrased from the author’s forward.
Leon Clark Hills
$38.50
Ancestors and Descendants of George Rufus Brown & Alice Nelson Pratt
Used, hardcover with dust jacket, excellent condition, 669 pgs with index. Published 2013 by NEHGS.
George and Alice Brown helped to transform Houston into a world class city. The book is divided into four parts, for each of their parents: Rhinehart Louis Brown, Lucy Wilson King, Minot Tully Pratt and Lillian Nelson.
Christopher C. Child, Patricia Law Hatcher, Kelvin L. Myers
$35.00
Revisiting Our Neighborhoods: Stories from Hartford’s [CT] Past
Used, softcover, 162 pgs, printed on glossy with numerous photographs and illustrations. Very good condition, slight crease in cover. Published 2013 by the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford.
The Society’s Hartford Stories Book Projects have involved over three hundred people sharing their stories of growing up in Hartford’s neighborhoods.
Joan Walden, ed., Susan Juster Viner, researcher
$15.00
Historic Treasures of New Haven [CT]: Celebrating 375 Years of the Elm City
Used, softcover, 158 pgs with references, printed on glossy with numerous photographs and illustrations. Excellent condition, slight bend in cover corners. Published 2013 by the History Press.
An account of the celebrations of the significant anniversaries of New Haven.
Laura A. Macaluso
$12.00
What’s In a Name? History and Meaning of Wyckoff
Used, softcover, 58 pgs with maps and illustrations. Good condition, curled cover. Published 2014 by the author.
Tracing the origin of the name Wyckoff in Frisia, to descendants in America and Germany.
M. William Wykoff
$6.00
The Life and Times of Con James Baker of Des Moines, Chicago and Wisconsin
Used, softcover, 175 pgs. Excellent condition. Published 2013 by Other Voices Press.
A biography of the author’s father, (1898-1973), with accounts of his services in World War I, living in Chicago during the Roaring Twenties, and with various accounts of his relations.
Fred G. Baker
$13.00
More Palatine Families
Some Immigrants to the Middle Colonies 1717-1776 and their European Origins, Plus New Discoveries on German Families Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710.
Used, hardcover, 592 pgs with index. Excellent condition, minimal scuffing to cover, library sticker on title page. Published 1991 by the Author.
The great exodus of “Palatine” emigrants from Europe in 1709 was only the beginning of a vast movement of Germans that was to continue into the next century – from the author’s introduction. A follow-up to his groundbreaking work, “Palatine Families of New York” (also available from us)
Henry Z. Jones, Jr.
$35.00
Genealogical Writing in the 21st Century
A Guide to “Register” Style and More.
Used, softcover, 55 pgs with index. Very good condition, some curling to covers. Published 2002 by NEHGS.
The New England Historic Genealogical Society began to set the standard for genealogical writing in 1847 with the first publication of its “Register.” Good genealogical writing will continue to build on the past, making guides like this a helpful contribution to the field.
Henry B. Hoff, ed.
$12.00
State of the Accounts of the County Lieutenants During the War of the Revolution, 1777-1789
Volume I, Part A: A Brief View of the Accounts of the Treasury of Pennsylvania. 1775-1781.
Used, softcover, 387 pgs with index. Very good condition, cover corner bent. Reprint of the 1896 Edition of the State Printer of Pennsylvania. Published 1995 by Heritage Press.
The information contained may at first appear to be mainly statistical, but in reality presents much that will give an insight into the struggle for independence.
William H. Egle, ed.
$15.00
The Pennsylvania Line: Regimental Organization and Operations, 1775-1783
Used, softcover, 368 pgs with illustrations & index. Very good condition, wear to cover. 2nd edition, published 1993 by The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
This book attempts to come to grips with the questions of regional origin and unit continuity of the regiments and smaller units of the Pennsylvania militia, which evolved and changed continuously during the years of the Revolution.
John B.B. Trussell
$13.00
Eighteenth Century Emigrants from the Northern Alsace to America
Used, hardcover, 690 pgs with illustrations & index. Excellent condition. Published 1992 by Picton Press.
This book presents 628 emigrant heads of households from the German-speaking Alsace regions, as gleaned from native church records and Pennsylvania records.
Annette Kunselman Burgert
$35.00
Guide to the Manuscript Groups in the Pennsylvania State Archives
Used, hardcover with dust jacket, 131 pgs with index. Pages in good condition, dust jacket heavily worn, cover scuffed. Published 1976 by The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission.
The present volume describes the 261 Manuscript Groups currently available for research in the Pennsylvania State Archives. The groups described include references to business records, family collections and historical papers.
Harry E. Whipkey, ed.
$8.00
To the Latest Posterity
Pennsylvania-German Family Registers in the Fraktur Tradition.

Pennsylvania German History and Culture Series, No. 4.
Used, hardcover with dust jacket, 152 pgs with numerous illustrations, 32 page center of glossies and index. Excellent condition. Published 2004 by The Pennsylvania State University Press.
This is the first major study of Pennsylvania-German family registers, which in addition to the usual birth, death and marriage information, also included the decorated manuscripts that were know as “fraktur.”
Corrine & Russell Earnest
$20.00
HarperCollins Italian-English – English-Italian Dictionary
Portable, Compact, Authoritative, Ideal for Home, Schoo, and Office.
Used, softcover, 223 pgs. Very good condition, creasing to cover. Published 1990 by HarperCollins.
Over 40,000 entries and 70,000 translations; contains commonly used phrases and idioms. Pronunciation in IPA.
Harper/Collins, publ.
$3.50
History of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania
Genealogical and Biographical Annals of Northumberland County Pennsylvania, Containing A Genealogical Record of Representative Families, Including Many of the Early Settlers, and Biographical Selections of Prominent Citizens, Prepared From Data Obtained from Original Sources of Information. 1911 Heritage Collection, Illustrated – Name Indexed.
Used, hardcover, 988 pgs. and 98 pg index. Excellent condition. Reprint of 1911 edition by J.L. Floyd & Co., published 1995 by Windmill Publications.
J.L. Floyd & Co., publ.
$30.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 52
Wethersfield 1634-1868.
Used, softcover, 345 pgs. Good condition, damage to one corner. Published 2002 by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$15.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 37
Rocky Hill 1765-1854; Roxbury 1796-1835; Salem 1836-1852; Salisbury 1741-1846.
Used, softcover, 287 pgs. Good condition, damage to one corner, some pencil marks. Published 2000 by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$13.00
The Atlantic Bridge to Germany Volume I Baden-Wuerttemberg
Used, softcover, 128 pgs with numerous maps. Good condition, wear to cover, some markings. Published by Everton, 1974, 2nd edition, 1978.
The author strives to provide information for readers to “bridge the Atlantic,” to pinpoint the place of origin of their German ancestors.
Charles M. Hall
$12.00
Tudor Cornwall: Portrait of a Society
Used, hardcover with dust jacket, 461 pgs with index. Fair condition, pages wrinkled, possibly from water damage. Published 1941 by Dyllansow Truran.
Thiss account provides a fascinating example of a small homogeneous society, up to the Tudor period, a remote Celtic-speaking province, which in the course of the 16th century became absorbed into the English mainstream.
A.L. Rowse
$9.00
Guide to the Microfilm Collections in the Pennsylvania State Archives
Used, softcover, 117 pgs with index. Fair condition, much use, some highlightings. Published 1980 by The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
The records listed here, totaling 1460 negatives and 2714 positives, are those holdings that correspond to the Archives Records Group, Manuscript Groups and Special Collections. Note that the more than 3000 county and municipal records held, either produced in-house or by LDS, are in a separate volume.
Roland M. Baumann, Diane S. Wallace, eds.
$8.00
Guide to Genealogical Sources at the Pennsylvania State Archives
Used, softcover, 129 pgs with index. Good condition, some wear and discoloration. Published 1980 by The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
Includes references for passenger lists, records of naturalization, vital statistics, military records, occupational records, prison records, land records, church & cemetery records, county records, census records, family papers and miscellaneous records.
Robert M. Dructor
$8.00
The Training of an Army: Camp Curtin and the North’s Civil War
Used, hardcover with dust jacket, 334 pgs with index. Very good condition, some spotting to page edges. Published 1990 by White Mane.
Camp Curtin, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was the largest Camp of Rendezvous and Training in the North. This book tells the story of the education, supplying and medical care of the Northern soldier, as well as giving a picture of the common soldier’s background, training and leisure time activities.
William J. Miller
$20.00
The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers
Used, hardcover with dust jacket, 281 pgs: 98 pgs of maps. Good condition, dust cover torn, some spotting to page edges. Published 1984 by GPC.
The Parish Registers of England are a vast, important, but widely scattered archive. Many dedicated workers have made transcripts, prominent of which was W.P.W. Phillimore. This is a consolidated simplified guide to help the would-be user, including the original famous series of county parish maps.
Cecil Humphery-Smith, ed.
$20.00
Bucks County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 17th & 18th Centuries, Volume III
Used, softcover, 233 pgs with index. Very good condition, minimal spotting to page edges. Published 1994 by Family Line.
Included in Volume III are the records of the Wrightstown, Richland, Buckingham, Makefield & Solebury Monthly Meetings of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
Anna Miller Watring
$15.00
Bucks County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 17th & 18th Centuries, Volume II
Used, softcover, 378 pgs with index. Very good condition, minimal spotting to page edges. Published 1994 by Family Line.
Included in Volume II are the records of the Falls & Middletown Monthly Meetings of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
Anna Miller Watring & F. Edward Wright
$20.00
Pennsylvania Births: Lehigh County 1734-1800
Used, hardcover, 327 pgs. Very good condition. Published 1992 by Humphrey Publications.
Lehigh County was previously a part of Bucks, then Northampton Counties. Although secular records (deeds, wills, etc) would be found in those counties, this work incorporates vital statistics as contained in the 28 churches listed.
John T. Humphrey
$22.00
Pennsylvania Births: York County 1730-1800
Used, hardcover, 486 pgs. Excellent condition, slight dent to cover. Published 1998 by Larjon & Company.
This volume, 14th in a series of Pennsylvania births, has been prepared as an aid for genealogical research in the extant church, meeting and pastoral records of early York County, title to which was secured from the Natives in 1736.
John T. Humphrey
$23.00
Pennsylvania Births: Lebanon County 1714-1800
Used, hardcover, 267 pgs. Very good condition, some markings. Published 1996 by Humphrey Publications.
This volume, 9th in a series of Pennsylvania births, has been prepared as an aid for genealogical research in pre-1800 church records of Lebanon County.
John T. Humphrey
$18.00
Pennsylvania Births: Philadelphia County 1766-1780
Used, hardcover, 570 pgs. Excellent condition, minimal spotting to page edges. Published 1995 by Humphrey Publications.
This volume, 7th in a series of Pennsylvania births, is the second volume of births for Philadelphia County. A variety of sources, both public and church records from the many churches were used in the preparation of this work.
John T. Humphrey
$25.00
Pennsylvania Births: Philadelphia County 1644-1765
Used, hardcover, 567 pgs. Very good condition. Published 1994 by Humphrey Publications.
This is the first volume of births for Philadelphia County. The progenitors of many American families first debarked in the Pennsylvania capital and records for many of those families can be found in City and County church records, from the Gloria Dei Church first established by the Swedes in 1642, forward.
John T. Humphrey
$22.00
Pennsylvania Births: Dauphin County 1757-1825
Used, hardcover, 323 pgs. Excellent condition. Published 2005 by PA Genealogy Books.
Birth records used for this 15th volume in the Pennsylvania Births series were found primarily in German Reformed and Lutheran church registers; the Presbyterian records have apparently not survived.
John T. Humphrey
$22.00
Pennsylvania Births: Delaware County 1682-1800
Used, hardcover, 117 pgs. Excellent condition. Published 1995 by Humphrey Publications.
This is the 8th volume in the Pennsylvania Births series and, as Delaware County was heavily Quaker, records were derived primarily from those Meeting records, and some from Episcopal sources.
John T. Humphrey
$15.00
Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War
Compiled under orders of His Excellency Theodore F. Randolph, Governor, by William S. Stryker, Adjutant General – printed by authority of the Legislature.
Used, two volume softcover, 949 pgs with index. Excellent condition, dog-ear on 2nd volume. Reprint of the 1872 original by Heritage Books, 1993. Sold as set.
A listing of names by unit, rank and specialty.
William S. Stryker
$35.00
Pennsylvania German Church Records
of Births, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Etc. – From the Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings and Addresses – In Three Volumes – With an Introduction by Don Yoder.
Used, three volume hardcover, 900, 700 & 771 pgs with indices. Good condition, covers scuffed, page edges spotted, some markings. Published 1983 by GPC. Sold as set.
These translations of German Church Records are the result of the far-reaching historical and genealogical research program of the Pennsylvania German Society, founded in 1891. The records included are of selected Lutheran and Reformed congregations, and one Moravian record, in Colonial Pennsylvania.
PA German Society
$85.00
The Goshenhoppen Registers 1741-1819
Registers of Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths of the Catholic Mission at Goshenhoppen (Bally), Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Reprinted from Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia. With an Index by Elizabeth P. Bentley.
Used, hardcover, 300 pgs with index. Very good condition, page edges spotted. Published 1984 by GPC.
The Mission at Goshenhoppen was founded by a Jesuit in 1741. These registers provide a record of Goshenhoppen and outlying missions in southeastern Pennsylvania.
American Catholic Historical Society of Pennsylvania
$16.00
Our Quaker Ancestors, Finding Them in Quaker Records
Used. Hardcover with dust jacket, 136 pgs. with bibliography. Excellent condition, slight marking on dust jacket. Published 1987 by GPC.
From the back of the book: this book, “sets out to acquaint the researcher with the types of records that are available, the location of records and proper and effective use of those records, guiding him through the pyramidal “meeting” structure to the records of birth, marriage, death, disownment, and removal awaiting him in the record repositories across the country.”
Ellen Thomas Berry and David Allen Berry
$18.00
Connecticut Men in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps of the United States in the Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection and China Relief Expedition From April 21, 1898 to July 4, 1904
Compiled by Authority of the General Assembly January Session, 1915 Under Direction of the Adjutant General
Used. Hardcover, 222 pgs. with index. Fair condition, markings and scribblings, significant wear. Published 1919 by Case, Lockwood & Brainard.
Including a history of each regiment of the Connecticut Volunteer Infantry (three regiments), First Connecticut Volunteer Artillery, Naval Battalion, with all serving therein, and miscellaneous records of service.
Connecticut General Assembly
$15.00
Connecticut Men in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps of the United States in the Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection and China Relief Expedition From April 21, 1898 to July 4, 1904
Compiled by Authority of the General Assembly January Session, 1915 Under Direction of the Adjutant General
Used. Hardcover, 222 pgs. with index. Very good to excellent condition, no markings, minimal wear. Published 1919 by Case, Lockwood & Brainard.
Including a history of each regiment of the Connecticut Volunteer Infantry (three regiments), First Connecticut Volunteer Artillery, Naval Battalion, with all serving therein, and miscellaneous records of service.
Connecticut General Assembly
$25.00
Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 – Connecticut
Used. Softcover, 227 pgs. with index. Good condition, some markings on cover. Reprint, originally published 1908 by the Washington Government Printing Office.
In response to requests from patriotic societies and persons interested in genealogy, Congress appropriated funds in 1907 directing the Director of the Census to publish the 1790 Census, that first Census having been directed by the First Congress and signed by President Washington in 1790.
U.S. Census
$7.00
Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Army and Navy of the United States During the War of Rebellion
Compiled by Authority of the General Assembly Under Direction of the Adjutants General
Used. Hardcover, 1,071 pgs. with index. Fair condition, cover on spine flaking, interior in good shape. Published 1889 by Case, Lockwood & Brainard.
Compiled by Act of the Legislature March 10, 1886. Records by Unit and with a general index of names.
Connecticut General Assembly
$50.00
Connecting to Connecticut
Used. Softcover, 342 pgs. Good condition, some markings and stains. Published 1995 by CSG.
A compilation of information regarding the 169 Connecticut Towns, including town clerks, records in that town and probate offices. Some information, particularly regarding probate courts, which were reorganized after the publication of this book, may be outdated.
Betty Jean Morrisson
$3.00
Connecting to Connecticut
NEW, softcover, 342 pgs. Published 1995 by CSG.
A compilation of information regarding the 169 Connecticut Towns, including town clerks, records in that town and probate offices. Some information, particularly regarding probate courts, which were reorganized after the publication of this book, may be outdated.
Betty Jean Morrisson
$7.00
Finding Your Roots: Easy-to-do Genealogy and Family History
Used. Softcover, 230 pgs with index. Excellent condition. Published 2013 by American Library Association.
Getting started, research techniques, interviewing tips, and effective use of the library and Internet are all discussed in detail. The author was the genealogy librarian for the Midwest Genealogy Center of the Mid-Continent Public Library.
Janice Schultz
$15.00
Connecticut Firsts
Used. Softcover, 108 pgs. Excellent condition, inscription on title page. Published 1978 by The Globe Pequot Press.
From the introduction: “To be the first in town to have something is one thing. To be the first in the nation, in the world is a very different thing. This book records Connecticut as an unprecedented leader of firsts…”
Wilson H. Faude and Joan W. Friedland
$6.50
Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives
Used. Hardcover with dust jacket, 304 pgs with index. Very good condition, some wear to dust cover. Revision of 1985 published by The National Archives Trust Fund Board.
The National Archives of the United States documents American history from the time of the First Continental Congress and hold the permanently valuable records of the three branches of the Federal Government. The present work supersedes the 1964 edition and includes records not desribed in the earlier edition, particularly records of genealogical value.
The National Archives Trust Fund Board
$20.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 49
Warren 1786-1850; Washington 1779-1854; Waterford 1801-1851; Watertown 1780-1850; Westbrook 1840-1851.
Used, softcover, 251 pgs. Excellent condition, library stickers. Published 2002 by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$14.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 41
Sterling 1794-1850; Stratford 1639-1840.
Used, softcover, 259 pgs. Excellent condition, library stickers. Published 2000 by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$18.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 28
Milford 1640-1850; New Canaan 1801-1854; New Hartford 1740-1854.
Used, softcover, 301 pgs. good condition, some curling and wear to corners, library stickers. Published 2000 by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$12.00
The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Volume 8
Danbury 1685-1847; Darien 1820-1851; Derby 1655-1852.
Used, softcover, 321 pgs. good condition. Published 1997 by GPC.
Lucius Barnes Barbour was the Connecticut Examiner of Public Records and in that capacity directed a project in which the vital records kept by the towns up to about 1850 were copied and abstracted.
Lorraine Cook White, gen. ed.
$18.00
Reading Early American Handwriting
NEW, softcover, 289 pgs. Published 1998 by GPC.
Covered are techniques for reading early American documents, the illustration of alphabets and letter forms, definitions and terminology, interpreting terms and abbreviations, and tips and suggestion for reading early American handwriting.
Kip Sperry
$25.00
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Online Genealogy
Quick and easy guidance on using the Internet to explore your roots – Idiot-proof steps to mastering Web sites, chat rooms, bulletin boards, and more to research your ancestry – Down-to-earth advice on genealogy software, databases, and more.
Used, softcover, 398 pgs with index. Like new, signed by author. Published 2000 by Alpha Books.
Rhonda McClure
$6.00
Google Your Family Tree: Unlock the Hidden Power of Google
Used, softcover, 340 pgs with index. Excellent condition, some curling, signed by author. Published 2008 by FamilyLink.com.
This book explains how to use many powerful capabilities contained within Google to jumpstart a family history search – and does so in simple easy-to-understand language. Dan Taggart of Ancestry.com cites this as “[e]asily the most important technology book for genealogists written in more than a decade”.
Daniel M. Lynch
$30.00
The Scottish Migration to Ulster in the Reign of James I
Ulster-Scot Historical Series, Publications of the Ulster-Scot Historical Foundation, Belfast

Used, softcover, 411 pgs. with index. Good condition, cover folded, some highlightings. Published 1973 by Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd., paperback edition, 1990 by Ulster Historical Foundation.
From the Preface: This is the story of the part played by the Scots in the plantation in Ulster.
Essentially, it is a study of the society that produced the Scottish settlers and of the conditions they encountered when they arrived in Ireland.
M. Perceval-Maxwell
$15.00
Genealogical Research: Methods and Sources, Volume II
Used, hardcover, 314 pgs. together with Roll of Fellows of the American Society of Genealogists. Very good condition, scar on back cover, a few pages folded. Published 1971 by the American Society of Genealogists, 1973 printing.
This volume carries forward the principles of research in Volume I, with emphasis on the records of the states and territories west of the Mississippi.
Kenn Stryker-Rodda
$5.00
The Huntington Family in America
A Genealogical Memoir of the Known Descendants of Simon Huntington from 1633 to 1915
Including Those Who Have Retained the Family Name and Many Bearing Other Surnames

Used, hardcover, 1205 pgs. including index and errata. Cover severely worn, a few pages loose, but otherwise in good condition. Published 1915 by Hartford Press.
This work of the Huntington Family Association is a continuation and development of the “Genealogical Memoir of the Huntington Family,” published 1863 by the Rev. E.B. Huntington.
The Huntington Family Association
$50.00
Water Power Revisited
A Circle of Dam Sites Along the Wood and Pawcatuck Rivers

Used, softcover, 50 pgs. including bibliography, numerous illustrations. Good condition, cover stained. Published 1980, printed by Parker Luther Co.
A grant supported project: “The Historical Impact of Water Power in the Pawcatuck River Basin,” a study of the impact on the area of the development of water-powered mills.
Gladys Segar & Betty Salomon, project directors
$25.00
The Early Records of the Town of Providence, Volume X
Being the Book Called Town Council No. 1 1692 to 1714 and Containing the Records of the Providence Town Council

Used, hardcover, 158 pgs. including indices. Fair condition, much use, torn pages. Published under the authority of the City Council of Providence 1896, printed by Snow & Farnham.
The proceedings contained in this volume refer almost entirely to probate proceedings, for little else was brought to the Town Council except occasional requests for liquor licenses and for permission to keep public houses.
Horatio Rogers, George M Carpenter, Edward Field, Record Commissioners
$12.50
Commemorative Biographical Record – Carroll, Ohio
Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens and of Many of the Early Settled Families, Illustrated

Used, softcover, pgs. 768-1140, plus 47 pages index. Good condition, corners bent, cover stained. originally published 1891 by J.H. Beers & Co.; reproduction 1977 by Unigraphic, Inc.
Carroll County Chapter OGS, et al.
$25.00
Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration
NEW, hardcover, 320 pgs. including index. Originally published 1937, reprinted with Added Preface 1965 by GPC, 2004 printing.
This work presents an exhaustive study of the remarkable episode in the history of the Colonies of the migration from the Rhine Valley through England to America.
Walter Alan Knittle
$26.00
Long-Distance Genealogy
Researching Your Family History From Home

Used, softcover, 246 pgs. including bibliography and index. Very good condition, markings, curling. Published 2000 by Betterway Books.
This work is in some ways a beginning genealogy text, describing strategies and basic records. However, its emphasis is not only what to access, but also how to access material from a distance.
Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer
$3.00
William Brown
English Immigrant of Hatfield and Leicester, Massachusetts and His Descendants – c1669-1994

Used, hardcover, 403 pgs. including illustrations and index. Excellent condition, signed by author. Published 1994 by Gateway Press.
The author has assembled in one volume the ten generations of the many descendants of William Brown containing over 4500 individual names. However, unlike a mere listing of names and dates, this genealogy includes biographical sketches, rare family photographs, personal signatures, old maps, Revolutionary War letters and depictions of prairie life in the 1860’s and 1870’s.
Carol Willits Brown
$15.00
“Cry Witch!”
The Salem Witchcraft Trials

Used, softcover, 102 pgs. Like new condition. Published 2007 by History Compass, 2nd ed. 2012.
The sources for this book are largely court transcripts and contemporary accounts of the events in Salem in 1692.
Lawrence Gain & Juliet H. Mofford
$8.00
The Early Records of the Town of Providence, Volume XIII
Being the Book Called Town Meeting No. 2 1716 to 1721 and Containing the Records of the Providence Town Meeting

Used, hardcover, 158 pgs. including indices. Fair condition, much use, torn pages. Published under the authority of the City Council of Providence 1897, printed by Remington.
The records are bound in the Records Volume in no particular order. Here they are arranged in chronological order and extend to 1725.
Horatio Rogers, Edward Field, Record Commissioners
$12.50