Surnames K - L

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Surnames Beginning with K

Kay, Kearney, Keator, Keeler, Keller, Kellis, Kellogg, Kelsey, Kemp, Kemper, Kenege, Kennedy, Kenton, Kenworthy, Kenyon, Key, Kidd, Kidder, Kilbourn, Kimball, Kimbriel, King, Kingman, Kinne, Kirkpatrick, Kissack, Kline, Knowles, Knowlton, Kolbe, Kool, Kryder, Kuykendall


Kay

"A Brief History of the North American Descendants of William Kay (1754-1840) with some notes on Allied Families." Richard Frederick Kay, 1978. Lists Kay's in Ontario, Canada from 1800 onward descended from William Kay of Scagglethorpe, Yorkshire, England. None of the Kay's in my book are related to the Kay's of VA & So. Carolina. These Kay's can instead be contacted through robertkayfamily.org. JB1

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Kearney

"Midwest Families." Michael J. Kearney and Lisa Von Kaenel. Park Ridge, Illinois, 1979. Several families from Ireland, Germany, Switzerland and Belgium who settled in Iowa, Ohio and Missouri in the middle of the nineteenth century. Surnames include: Kearney, Lynch, Duhr, Weinbeck, McGrath, Sheehan and von Kaenel. J33

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Keator

"Three Centuries of the Keator Family in America." Alfred Decker Keator, Litt. D., The American Historical Company, INC, New York, 1955. Family History of the Keator Family in America. Most of the information pertains to the Keators who resided in Ulster Co, NY. JG12

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Keeler

"Genealogy of the families of John Rockwell, of Stamford, Connecticut 1641, and Ralph Keeler, of Hartford, Connecticut 1639." James Boughton (New York, N.Y. : W.F. Jones, 1903.) Covers the Fairfield County lines of the Rockwell and Keeler families, including numerous branches in other states, including New York, Pennsylvania, and the Midwest. If you have Rockwell or Keeler ancestors, I will do lookups in this important work which spans the generations from the 1630s in Fairfield County, Conn., to the 1890s. I also have a file of corrections and updates for the Rockwell lines. KR1

"Keeler Family, Ralph Keeler of Norwalk, CT and Some of His Descendants." Wesley B. Keeler, Gateway Press Inc., 1985. SA2

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Keller

"Descendants of Henry Keller: A Biographical Listing of the Descendants of Henry Keller from 1755-1924." Henry Keller was born in 1755 in York County, Pennsylvania, and married Catherine Seitz. Book compiled and published by E. Seitz Shumaker in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1924. Covers the following states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and several others. Included in the book's index are 400 surnames with concentrations on Keller, Bowlus, Hite, Jones, Kunkel, Layman, Miesse, Miller, Seever, and Stockton. DLL

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Kelliss

See under Callis.

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Kellogg

"The KELLOGGs in the Old World and the New," Timothy Hopkins, 1903. CN

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Kelsey

"Kelsey Genealogy Volumes I and II." Original printing 1928, edited by Chester Caufield Kelsey. Volumes I and II contain information on Generations I through VI. E9

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Kemp

"The Kemp Chronicles; volume 1 - Descendants of Johan Matthias Kaempffer (1728-1795)." Debra Kemp Sotzing and Sally Kemp Hagins, Dee's Genealogical Research & Publishing, 1998. KC4

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Kemper

"The Genealogy of the Kemper Family in the United States." W.L Kemper and H.L. Wright, Geo. Hazlett & Co, 1899. The descendants of John Kemper of Virginia. Has a short historical sketch of his family and of the German Reformed Colony at Germanna and Germantown, VA. Over 2500 indexed names, spanning the years 1635 to 1895. BP2

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Kenege

See Gnage (Pennsylvania).

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Kennedy

"The Irish Kennedys; The Story of the Rebellious O'Kennedys." by Brian Patrick Kennedy; Gaeltachta Publishers, Australia; 1998. "The "Rebellious O'Kennedys" is an evocative description given to the O'Kennedys of Ormond in County Tipperary, Ireland, in Elizabethan times. Descended from the Kings of Thomond, the O'Kennedys held their ancestral lands for hundreds of years while a succession of English conquerors tried to take it from them. Although they eventually succeeded in taking the lands, the English did not do so without fierce resistance from the family they dubbed the "Rebellious O'Kennedys".... This story is a distillation of various historical records and of the writings of Irish historians, researchers, writers and genealogists." taken from the Introduction of the book. CG3

"The Kennedy Chronicle." Sarah Elizabeth Kennedy, self published, 1891. History of the family of Rev. Samuel Kennedy, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Baskingridge, NJ and his son, Dr. Samuel Kennedy of Hardwick, NJ. Links to the Earl of Cassillis, Scotland. K1

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Kenton

"Be Fruitful, and Multiply, and Replenish the Earth, Some of the Descendants of Mark Kenton and Mary Miller," by Denise Kay Mahan Moore, Publ 1991 by the author: Denise Kay Mahan Moore, PO Box 752, Gautier MS 39553. Simon Kenton, the frontiersman, is one of the children of this family. MJO

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Kenworthy

"Kenworthy's." Marry H. Louise White Thiessen. Kenworthy family Genealogy, includes surnames Cox, Stockton, Maxwell, Holliday, Bartlett. PA, NC, WV, OH, IN, IA. BZ

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Kenyon

See under Greene.

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Key

"Key and Allied Families." Janie W. H. Lane, Statesboro, GA, 1931. Scanned pages from an original copy of the book. Descendants of Philip Key, who emigrated from London to St. Mary's Co., MD in 1720, and other Key families. Allied lines include Bibb, Cantelou, Clarke, Kilpatrick, Garrett, Keith, Marshall, Martin, Terrell, Waller and White. The author was a descendant of Francis Scott Key, author of the "Star Spangled Banner". JS30

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Kidd

"Virginia's Kidd's." Linda S. Kidd Specific family trees for KIDD, MOYER, BRAGG, BRUFFEY, SIMPSON. LSK

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Kidder

"A Genealogy of the Kidder Family." Morgan Hewitt Stafford, Tuttle Publishing Co., 1941. The genealogy of Ensign James Kidder, the first Kidder to come to America and progenitor of virtually all Kidders in the U.S.A. and Canada. M10

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Kilbourn

"The History and Antiquities of the Name and Family of Kilbourn." Payne Kenyon Kilbourne, A.M., Durrie & Peck of New Haven, CT, 1856. JK6

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Kimball

"Record Of the Family Of Levi Kimball & Some Of His Descendants" Comp. by Levi Darbee, 1861; Rev. & Extended 1913 by Robert M. Darbee; Brooklyn Eagle Press Records of Kimballs and Darbees. JDV

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Kimbriel

"Kimbriel Kith and Kin." Compiled and published by Mrs. Jeff Wade, Jr., 1974. Contains information on the Kimbriel family, starting with James T. Kimbriel, 1810/1817, on to time book was published. Other surnames mentioned in book: Butts, Bingham, Cartledge, Camp, Cole, Crowder, Curry, Easterwood, Ellison, Fant, Forrester, Fowler, Hardy, Hawkins, Henley, Hillhouse, Ingram, Inman, Jennings, Lewis. Latham, Lollar, Love, Lucius, McQuarry, Mann, rish, Roberts, Scott, Shaffer, Skelton, Suggs, Tabb, Taylor, Turner, Wise, Womack. MM11

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King

See also under Maryland and Plymouth Co., MA.

"Personal research and sources Barbara E. Laughlin." Families and descendants of: James Micajah JACKSON; Ferdinand PETRY, Joseph KING; William MCCARTY; John J. LAUGHLIN. Available in some cases: photographs of tombstones;obituaries;copies of birth, death and marriage records; census records, WWI draft registrations; family photographs; copies of bible entries. All sources are cited. B22

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Kingman

"Descendants of Henry Kingman." Bradford Kingman, David Clapp & Son, 1912. Descendants of Henry Kingman who came from England to Weymouth MA in 1635. Descendants later settled Bridgewater MA. PHW

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Kinne

"Genealogy of Henry and Ann Kinne ... Salem, Massachusetts" By Florance Keeney Robertson, 1947 (Kennee, Keeney, Kenney, et.al.) GK

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Kirkpatrick

"A Kirkpatrick Genealogy: The Family of James Kirkpatrick of South Carolina." Written by Melvin Kirkpatrick and David Hudson. GAN

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Kissack

"Seed of Issac" and "The MacIsacs." Reginald Kissack. Family history of the Kissack name with family trees from the Isle of Man and some to America and Australia. JW7

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Kline

See under Glick.

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Knowles

"Descendants of Richard Knowles 1637-1973." Virginia Knowles Hufbauer. DC4

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Knowlton

"Knowlton Ancestry." Charles Stocking, Knickerbocker Press, NY, 1897. Genealogy of Knowlton Family in America, up to about the publication date. CK3

"Supplement and Index to the Knowlton Ancestry." George Henry Knowlton, Everett Press, Boston, 1903. Indexes and corrects some of the errors in the Knowlton Ancestry. CK3

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Kolbe

See under Colby.

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Kool

See under Cool.

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Kryder

"History of the Kryder Family, Vol. I" by Edward Henington Kryder. Published in 1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. This book deals with John Kryder (b. 1736 in Alsace d. 1803 in PA) and his wife, Angelia Fuchs. Although it lists his children, it is mainly concerned with his and his wife's ancestors. KM3

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Kuykendall

"The Kukendall Family since its settlement in Dutch, NY in 1646." George Benson Kuykendall, M.D. 1919. Kilham Stationery & Printing Portland, OR. Genealogy as found in early Dutch records, state and Government documents. PG2

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Surnames Beginning with L

Lacher, Ladd, Lake, Lamb, Lamborn, Landrus, Lane, Lang, Lange, Laughlin, Lauriat, Leasure/LeSueur/Leisure, Leavens, Leek, LeFevre, Leftwich/Leftwick, Legg, Lehman, Leighton, Leinbach/Linebaugh/Lineback, Lent, Leverett, Levings, Levins, Lewis, Libeau, Light, Lightfoot, Lillibridge, Lincoln, Link, Lippincott, Little, Livingston, Longstreth, Loomis, Lothrop/Lathrop, Lovell, Lowell, Lowndes, Lowry, Lum, Lunt, Luyten, Lyman, Lynch


Lacher

"History of Lacher Kinship." Karl Lacher, Karl Lacher, 1989. History of German Russian Descendants of the Lacher family 1700-1989. AJ3

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Ladd

"The Ladd Family, a Genealogical and Biographical Memoir." Compiled by Warren Ladd, Edmund Anthony and Sons, 1890. Covers the descendants of the following: Daniel Ladd, Haverhill MA; Joseph Ladd of Portsmouth RI; John Ladd, Burlington NJ, and John Ladd, Charles City Co. VA. 350 pages. L30

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Lake

See under New Jersey.

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Lamb

See under Duel/Duell and Family Histories - General.

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Lamborn

"Genealogy of the Lamborn Family" Samuel Lamborn, Press of M.L. Marion, 1894. JK2

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Landrus

See under Illinois.

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Lane

"Lane Genealogies Vol. I." Rev. Jacob Chapman and Rev. James H. Fitts printed by EXETER, N.H. John Templeton The News-Letter Press 1891. William Lane of Bostoin, Mass 1648 including the records of Edmund J. Lane and James P.Lane Capt. John Lane of York County, Maine 1693 and Capt John Lane of Fishersfield, N.H. 1737 and all descendents. Has short bios and marriages, including issue. J18

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Lang

"The Lang Family." Howard Parker Moore, Tuttle Antiquarian Books, Inc c 1935. A Genealogy of the First Five Generations in America of The Lang Family. Descendants of ROBERT LANG, Fisherman, of the Isles of Shoals and of Sagamore Creek, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Born before 1650 Married, 1668, Ann Williams with some notices of allied Sagamore Creek and other Portsmouth families. Williams, Walford, Brooking, Wallis, Staples, Peverly, Sherburne Jones, Savage, Moses, Jeffry, Beck, Banfield etc. SL3

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Lange

"LANGE SLEKTEBOK." (Lange Family Book). Albert J. Lange, Jacob Dybwads Forlag, 1888. This book follows the LANGE family from 1525 up to the early 1900's in Norway. It is a treasure trove of information, written on the old language of Riksmaal. This language was discontinued in 1905 when Norway became independent of Sweden. There is an index of names. GM1

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Leasure/LeSueur/Leisure

"Descendants of Abraham LeSueur The Huguenot." Thelma Leasure Marshall, Licinis Printers, 1991. Family histories of the LeSueur, Leasure, Leisure, Lazear, Lesure and Lasure families. [This book has been shown to contain a lot of inaccuracies.] J20

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Laughlin

"Personal research and sources Barbara E. Laughlin." Families and descendants of: James Micajah JACKSON; Ferdinand PETRY, Joseph KING; William MCCARTY; John J. LAUGHLIN. Available in some cases: photographs of tombstones;obituaries;copies of birth, death and marriage records; census records, WWI draft registrations; family photographs; copies of bible entries. All sources are cited. B22

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Lauriat

Lauriat Genealogy - handwritten genealogical listing of the Lauriat family dating back to 1780. Primarily Massachusetts. DGJ

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Lawson

"The Lawson Family of England and Virginia, U.S.A." Jennie Todd Lawson, 1965, self-published. Study of Lawsons in Virginia similar to the one written by Sadie Scott Kellan, contains lineages and more details of Thomas Lawson's line. Not indexed. TLL2

"The Lawson Family in Virginia." Sadie Scott Kellan, 1935, publisher missing. A study of Lawsons descended from "Captain" Thomas Lawson of England, who came to Virginia in 1610. Not indexed. TLL2

"Our Family." William Everett Lawson, 1978, self-published. One of the foundation resources for "William Lawson, Scottish Rebel" by Bill Porter. Goes into more detail on Travis Lawson's lineage than does the "Rebel" book, which focuses more on his brother, William Jr. Not indexed. TLL2

"William Lawson: A Scottish Rebel." Bill Porter, 1983, Commonwealth Press. Indexed history of Lawsons in the US who are descended from William Lawson, who came to America from Montrose, Scotland in the early 1700s. TLL2

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Leavens/Levings/Levins

"THE LEAVENS NAMES INCLUDING LEVINGS." Philo French Leavens, Passaic Daily News Print, 1903. An account of the posterity descending from immigrant John Levins 1632-1903. GAL

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Leek

"The Leek Family of Southern New Jersey." Helen Leek Mack, Gloucester County Historical Society, 1975. Genealogical info on descendents of Phillip Leek (b. 1611) and his descendents to early 1900s. Surnames include: ADAMS, ALLEN, CAVILEER, CRAMER, DARBY, DOWNS, FRENCH, LEEK/LEAKE, MATHIS, MCANNEY, SEARS, SOOY, and others. JJ6

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Leech

See under Fetters surname.

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LeFevre

"The Pennsylvania LeFevres, Descendants of Isaac LeFevre and Catherine Ferree, French protestant settlers in Lancaster Co., PA, 1710." George Newton LeFevre. KM

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Leftwich/Leftwick

"Leftwich-Turner Families of Virginia and Their Connections." Walter Lee Hopkins, C. J. Carrier Co., Harrisonburg, VA 1980. Orig. self pub.1931. Leftwich/Leftwick family from 1658 Virginia. Some mention of early family in England. Turner and Haynes families treated much lighter. P1

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Legg

"From Across the River, A record of Legg, Coffman and Related Families." Marjorie Shelton Kent and Cornell Allred. This is a family history/genealogy of the descendants of Edward Legg, born 1748 who came to America from Manchester, England. The book is primarily about the families who settled in Tennesse, Alabama, Arkansas and Texas. DM3

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Lehman

"Abraham P. and Elizabeth (Luginbuhl) Lehman and their descendants." Elma Bixler and Paul Bixler. Economy Printing Concern Inc., Berne, IN - 1965. DLW

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Leighton

"A Leighton Genealogy...Descendants of Thomas Leighton of Dover, N.H.," Volume 1. Perley M. Leighton; New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 1989. Descendants of Thos. Leighton (1642-1677) of Dover, NH. L10

"A Leighton Genealogy...Descendants of Thomas Leighton of Dover, N.H.," Volume 2. Perley M. Leighton; NEHGS, Boston 1989. Descendants of Thos Leighton (1642-1677) of Dover, NH. L10

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Leinbach/Linebaugh/Lineback

"Leinbachs in America: The First Five Generations." Laurel Miller. The author starts with the first Leinbach who migrated from Germany to America. She follows each of his descendants for four more generations. There are Pictures, Signatures, Events and Inventions, and tons of additional information that adds substance to the lists of families. SBL

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Lent

"LENT (van Lent) Family History." Nelson Burton Lent, Newburgh Journal Printing House and Book Bindery, 1903. BAL

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Leverett

"Acorns To Oaks, a Genealogy of the Leverett and Oatman Families." by Julia Aline and LaVera H. Leverett, 1990. From Godfrey Leverett in England ca 1565 thur Boston to VA in 1663, then across the South to Red River Co, Texas came the Leverett clan. This enjoyable book traces one line, leading to John Leverett in Texas in 1908. Many personal stories and memories of the living descendants are included. PSC

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Lewis

See also under Maryland

"Genealogy of the Lewis Family in America." Author: William Terrell Lewis. Published by: The Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., 1893, Copyrighted 1892. JD5

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Libeau

See under Akaroa, New Zealand.

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Light

"The Light Genealogy in America." by Moses Light; A pamphlet published for the author in 1896. A history of the Light family from the "Old Country". The first John Light and two of hius brothers, natives of the Palatinate, Germany, left the Old Country for America about the year 1719, one stopping in England and one in Baltimore, Md.. John Light, above mentioned, settled in (then called) Lebanon township, Lancaster county, Pa., now Lebanon county Pa., and secured a tract of land, now a part of the city of Lebanon, patent dated April 2, 1742. [This book can be freely downloaded from the Internet Archive.]

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Lightfoot

"Calling All Lightfoots: A Lightfoot Family History." Edith Ellen Williams and Mary Edd Morton, Heritage Books, 2003. 268 pages. This book is searchable and returns "snippets" of hits on books.google.com. Please search there in order to better frame your request before contacting me. This book is primarily a genealogy and starts with Early Lightfoots in England and America (VA). Many generations are covered and highlighted with Charts, photos (mostly very poor quality) references to Magna Carta relationship and heraldry. The Lightfoots were influential in England and early America and intermarried with MANY of Americas "first families" making this an important book for researchers with these interests. KMS

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Lillibridge

"Lillibridges of the World." JL7

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Lincoln

"History of the Lincoln Family: An Account of the Descendants of Samuel Lincoln of Hingham Massachusetts 1637-1920," compiled by Waldo Lincoln, then the President of the American Antiquarian Society. Commonwealth Press, Worcester, MA 1923. Extensive genealogy, well cross-indexed. Covers family members across the entire US, sometimes with short descriptions. TLL

"The Pioneer and the Priarie Lawyer." Boone and Lincoln Family Heritage, Biographical & Historical 1603-1985. Willard Mounts, Ginwill Publishing, 1991. Covers the relationship between Daniel Boone and Abraham Lincoln and their families. SH4

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Link

"The Link Family; Antecedents & Descendants of John Jacob Link 1417-1951." Paxson Link; Heritage Books Inc, 1951, 1988. The title page reads : "With much history about the Stoner, Crowell, Demory, Remsberg, Thraves, Ropp, Boyer, Fuchs (Fox), Beard (Bart), Miller, Filler, Hanger, Wayland, Osbourn, Hendricks, Reinhart, Sloan, Barrier, Root, Houff, Stove, Turner, La Grange, Smith, Kneiple, Shank, Grove, Cale, Palmer, Lewis, Allen, Woodward, Burnett, McChesney, Baylor, Freer, Garrett, Girdner, Creager, Burckhardt, and Eisenhower families." Locales include : Palatinate, Germany; Berks Co, Pennyslvania; Frederick Co, Maryland; Jefferson Co, Virginia/West Virginia. VCT

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Lippincott

"Lippincott: Five Generations of the Descendants of Richard & Abigail Lippincott," Judith M. Olsen, The Gloucester Co. Historical Society, Woodbury, NJ, 1982. From the beginnings in Great Britain to RI and PA and NJ mostly. Each descendant is given a number. JP9, PB, SW5

"Lippincott: The Seventh Generation of the Descendants of Richard & Abigail Lippincott." by Judith M. Olsen, pub by Gloucester Co Hist Soc., 2006. Only covers seventh generation through their sons John and Remembrance. Each descendant is given a number consistent with books covering generations 1-6. JP9

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Little

See under Harford Co., MD.

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Livingston

"Let's Meet the Livingstons." by Beiman Otis Prince, 1967, self-published. This is the history of the Livingston family of Newberry and Orangeburg Counties, South Carolina, beginning with the original ancestor, Bernard Livingston, born in Baden, Germany, before 1720. S22

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Longstreth

"The Longstreth Family Records." Agnes Longstreth Taylor, Press of Ferris & Leach, Philadelphia, 1909. Records & Biographies of the Longstreth name from England to Philadelphia. Included in the time line are pre- American settlement, American Revolution, Slavery, the Civil War, and the settlement of the West. CH3, GF

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Loomis

"Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America." Elias Loomis, 1875, revised by Elisha Scott Loomis, 1909. Comprehensive Loomis history. ML1

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Lothrop/Lathrop

"A Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family by EB Huntington." Huntington, Julia Case, Lockard and Brainard Co. Hartford CT 1884 reprinted by the Higginson Book Co. Descendants of the Rv. John Lothropp of Scituate and Barnstable, MA and Mark Lothrop, of Salem and Bridgewater, MA and the first generation of descendants of other names. JK8

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Lovell

"A Genealogy Outline of the Descendants of Asahel Lovell 1750-1980." By Burrell B. Lovell, privately published 1985. Descendants of Asahel Lovell who moved from NJ to Enfield, NY in 1804. ME

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Lowe

"Rowdy Joe Lowe, Gambler With a Gun." Joseph G. Rosa & Waldo E. Koop. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma, 1989. Biography relating life of a man who made his mark in several Western frontier towns running dance halls, gambling parlors and brothels. 188 pages with black and white photos and index. BLL

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Lowell

"The Historic Genealogy of the LOWELLs of America from 1639 to 1899." Delmar R. Lowell, The Tuttle Company, Rutland, VT, 1899. JRX

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Lowndes

"Life and Times of William Lowndes of South Carolina 1782-1822." by Mrs. St. Julien Ravenel, Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1901. Birth and parentage, years of restoration, childhood and youth, early manhood, congress, in war time, domestic and foreign affairs, remainder of session: visit to europe, missouri struggle: illness, nomination for president: death. D6

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Lowry

"Emma and Ellis Lowry and their Descendants." Lucille Elnora (Lowry) Andreason, self-published, 1990. This book traces the Descendants of Emma Day Thompson (1866-1952) and Ellis Lowry (1860-1944). It also contains four generations of their ancestors to about 1745. It was compiled by their granddaughter with help from many of the other members of the family and is pretty accurate for the generations up to 1990. LK1

"Footprints." by Robert G. Lowry, published by author, 1985. The life stories of Robert Graham Lowry and Susan Louise Thurman and those of their in-America ancestors from Jamestown and Plymough to the present 1620 - 1985. CG3

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Lum

"Genealogy of the Lum Family." This book was compiled by Edward H. Lum and published in 1927. The book traces the descendants of John Lum who was born in 1620 in Yorkshire, England. He settled first in Stamford, CT, in 1642. He was in Long Island, NY by 1644. KR1, TL

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Lunt

"Descendents of Schuyler and Elizabeth (Collins) Lunt." by Kevin Tvedt, 2007. RC5

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Luyten

See Belgium.

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Lyman

The Descendants of Richard LYMAN of Hartford [CT] , A Preliminary Study of the First Five Generations, by Donna Holt Siemiatkoski 1992 (this edition is avail from Donna) SSM

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Lynch

"Lynch Families of the Southern States; Lineages and Court Records." Lois Davidson Hines; Dorothy Ford Wulfeck; 1966. A collection of Lynch family records compliled by Mrs. Hines from Lynch family researchers from all over the Southern United States. W2

"Lynch Record." Compiled by Elizabeth C. Lynch, Wm J. Hirten Co., Inc.,, 1925. Per the intro to the book "Containing biographical sketches of men of the name, Lynch 16th to 20th century. Together with information regarding the origin of the name and topographical poems showing the territories possessed by some branches of the Lynch family." Concentration is on those Lynches in Ireland. Extremely rare, if any, mention of Lynches in the US. L1

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