Surnames - M
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Macdonnell, MacDougall, MacIntyre,MacLean, MacLeod, Macomber, MacNauchtan, MacPherson, Maddy, Magee, Main/Maine, Malone, Manly, Mann, Mantle, Marcy, Marinus, Marmon/Marimoon/Merrymoon, Marr, Marschall, Marsh, Martin, Martz, Marvin, Mason, Masters, Mateer, Mather, Matthews, Matter/Motter, Mattice, Matz, Maxon/Maxson, May, Mayfield, Mayhew, Mayhill, McAfee, McCarthy, McCarty, McClintock, McClure, McCollough, McCowan, McCoy, McCready, McCuiston, McDill, MacDonald/McDonald, McDonnell, McElroy, McFadden, McFall, McGavock, McGee, McGregor, McIlnay, McInturf, McLarty, McMahill, McMath, McMichael, McNary, McNiel, McNutt, McPherson, McQueston, McQuillan, McQuiston, Mead, Meade, Meador, Meinert, Melick/Mellick, Mereness, Merriam, Merrick, Merritt, Mertz, Meserve, Meurling, Meyer, Meiyssel/Meixel/Mikesell, Michener, Middleton/Myddleton/Myddelton, Milk-Milks, Miller, Milliman, Mills, Minor, Mirick, Mize, Moberly, Molyneux/Molineus, Montague, Montfort, Montgomery< Moody, Moore, More, Morenus, Morrill, Morris, Mosher, Mottern, Moulton, Moxley, Mull, Müller/Möller/Mülder, Mulliken, Mulock, Murfet, Musick, Myatt, Myrick
See under Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.
See under Scotland.
See under Scotland.
"Our Ancestors." Kennedy MacLean, publisher unknown, 1963. "A brief historic account of Angus and Rebecca (MacMillan) MacLean, their descendants and married relations." Follows MacLean family from first settlement in Nova Scotia in 1809 up to mid-1900's. Probably published by author. JAK
"The MacLeods: A Short Sketch of Their Clan, History, Folk-Lore, Tales, and Biographical Notices of Some Eminent Clansmen." Rev. R. C. MacLeod, The Clan MacLeod Society, 1906. Per title, book notes history, citing eminent clan members from the 1700-1800's. Contains tales and folk-lore surrounding both clan and members. D7
"Macomber genealogy." Everett Stackpole (Lewiston, Me.: Press of the Journal Company, [1908?]) Descent from two Macomber brothers in Plymouth Colony. KR1
"The MacNauchtan Saga, A story-book of an ancient clan and its branches." V.V. McNitt, Privately printed, Palmer, MA, 1951. McNitt, MacNauchtan, the title is in two vols. "written and privately printed for the entertainment of Clan Members, 1951" also is printed on the cover of the paperback copies I purchased many years ago. MG3
"A Day's March to Ruin." Alan G. Macpherson, Clan MacPherson Association, 1996. Retells the story of the participation of Clan MacPherson and its chief Col. Ewen MacPherson in the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745-46. Lists 346 men of Badenoch, mostly MacPhersons, who participated in the rising by home village with biographical information about many of them. R2
"US MADDYS." Olive Maddy, 1950 John K. Maddy, Walsworth Publishing Co., 1985 Descendents of William Maddy and James Maddy. Extensive history of the Maddy family with significant female descents. MLR
"Kith and Kin of Peter Magee [McGee]," by Caleb Magee. RFJ
"The Main Tree III, parts 1 and 2." By Nancy L. Childress, The Gregath Publishing Company, 2007. The descendants of John Maine b.abt 1614, Hatherleigh, Devonshire, England, d. 27 Mar 1699, Boston, Suffock Co., MA, and (m1) Elizabeth Laurie (Lawrence) Maine and (m2) Mary (Peacock) Maine of north Yarmouth, Maine sometimes called Casco Bay - on the West Side of the Wescustogo River. RNH
See also under Bahamas.
"Jeremiah Dumas Malone." Eva Earnshaw Malone. An outline of the descendants of Jeremiah Dumas Malone and Mary (Hale) Malone. RP4
"THE MANLY FAMILY of South Carolina." CBC
See also under Pierce Co., WI.
"Mann Memorial; A Record of the Mann Family in America; Genealogy of the Descendants of Richard Man of Scituate, Mass., Preceded by English Family Records & an Account of the Wrentham, Rehoboth, Boston, Lexington, Virginia, and Other Branches of the Manns who Settled in This Country." Written by George Mann. David Clapp & Son, 1884. An early genealogy of various Mann families in America; most of the book applies to Richard Man and his descendants. 256 pages with black & white illustrations and index. BLL
"Until Victory, Horace Mann and Mary Peabody." Written by Louise Hall Tharp. Little, Brown & Co., 1953. Biography of Horace Mann from his 1796 birth in Franklin, MA, to his 1859 death in Yellow Springs, OH, where he was the first president of Antioch College. 367 pages with black and white illustrations, family notes, chapter notes and index. BLL
"Seven Generations of MANTLEs (1775-1992)." (England and Canada). John Bertram Mantle, Creston, BC. June 1993. Data from this and other MANTLE sources in are available in GEDCOM format -- hold down your shift key and click here. NN
"Marinus-Mereness-Morenus Family." William Francis Smith (1983), privately printed in Bethesda, MD. Extensive information on MARINUS, MERENESS, MORENUS families, many of whom lived in New York State. The surname spellings are extremely varied and sometimes interchangeable: I call it the M*R*N*S family. This is the only printed source I have found on the three families, but the book is very difficult to find. The sources are not always given and sometimes not clear, but this is an excellent source to begin research. I also have an extensive database on these families. T4
"A Brief History of the Marmon-Marimoon-Merrymoon Family in North Carolina and Ohio, 1713-1921." Mary Heath Lee, Elizabeth Montfort Ashe Chapter D.A.R., Fairhope Courier Print, 1921. JG8
"The Descendants of John and Catherine Marr of Kittery, ME." by James F. Jamison, c1985. 337 pages. JSD
"The Marschall Family." George G. Marschall, printed by Farmington Printing, 1998. I have acquired a book that lists the Marschall family of Scott and Dakota Counties in Minnesota going back five generations. It is 292 pages long and contains names and dates, some pictures and newspaper clippings, and photocopies of documents. I'd be happy to look anything up for you.
Before sending a request for me to look something up, please look over these names to see if they sound familiar. The book is divided into 5 sections:
Section 1: Henry I and Anna Barbara (Wilmes) Marschall
Section 2: Henry II and Margaretha (Fleming) Marschall
Section 3: Anton and Marie (Wilmes) Marschall, Peter and Anna (Wilmes) Marschall
Section 4: Anna (Marschall) and Jacob Mamer
Section 5: Karl and Margaretha (Hubley) Marschall
Many of the earliest people mentioned in this book were originally from Belgium and Luxembourg. After coming to America it seems they went directly from New York to Minnesota and the New Prague area. They settled in New Prague, Shakopee, Vermillion, Hastings area. Many are buried in cemeteries there. SJ1
"A Family Odyssey: Ancestors and Descendants of Joseph Harrison and Ada Belle (Marsh) Stager." By Helen A. and Evelyn M. Stager. Nicollet Press, Inc., Pipestone, MN: 1983. MC
"John Marsh of Hartford, CT 1636 - 1895." Dwight Whitney Marsh 1895. One look-up per person. WH1
See also under the Arnold surname.
"Notices, Genealogical and Historical of the Martin Family of New England." Henry J Martin, Lee & Shepard, Boston, 1880. Martins of Rehoboth Mass., Swansea Mass. and Warwick RI. 343 pages. Indexed. Includes a list of Martins who applied for pensions as having served in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, or the War with Mexico. MI
"A Record of the Descendants of Alfred Martin, late of Floyd, Oneida County, N. Y." Algenine E. Hicks, Rome N.Y., 1912. Descendants of Alfred Martin, and ancestors of his wife Rhoda Denison, who is a descendant of Mayflower passengers William Brewster, John Howland and John Tilley. Addendum and index by Martin H. Irons, great great grandson of Alfred and Rhoda. MI
"The Martzes of Maryland." Ralph Fraley Martz, pub. by self published, 1973. History of the Martz/Mertz families of Maryland with correlating families in Pa and Va. BR
"Roots and Shoots of Our Maryland Mertz Family." Beth Mertz Rasmusen, Xlibris, 2004. This is a book about all of the Mertz/Martz families who resided in Washington County, Md. Some info about early ones in Frederick Co. It is particularly the family of Theobald Martz and his descendents. Theobald lived in Frederick Co and his descendents went to Washington Co and onward. BR
"Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin of Hartford , Ct. 1638 and 1635, sons of Edward Marvin, of Great Bentley, England." by George Franklin Marvin of New York, and William T.R. Marvin of Boston, T.R. Marvin & son , publishers, 73 Federal Street, Boston, 1904. The Marvin Family/Descendents of Reinold and Matthew/1635-1904. SMM
"GENEALOGY OF THE SAMPSON MASON FAMILY, PART I." Alverdo Hayward Mason, East Braintree, Mass, 1902. Essentially the history of the Sampson Mason family in Massachusetts and Rhode Island from 1651-1800. It is obvious that additional information was in the possession of the author, who apparently was going to complete Part II. The location of this information has not been discovered. R3
"Masters Family History," Jack Masters, author, 1989. VS
"The Mather Family of Cheltenham, Pennsylvania;" being an account of the descendants of Joseph Mather, compiled from the records of Charles Mather of Jenkintown. By Horace Mather Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1910. 150 pp. Includes numerous decendants in Bucks Co., PA GF
"LUKE MATTHEWS of Brunswick County Virginia and his Descendants." by Rev. William Kennon Matthews, published by Kwansei Gakuin University, Kobe, Japan in the 1930's. Includes Luke's wife Lucy Fox's prominent FOX/WEST line of Virginians. CBC
See also under Dill surname.
"My Matter/Motter Family." by Roger Cramer, 2002. RC5
"Mattice Family history." Geneva M. Green (title page missing). Mattice family history tracing family back to Roman invasion of what is now Germany. LO
"Lineage of Lorentz Matz the Immigrant: Descendants and Related Families." S.E. Kantner, 1987. This 300 page book on the descendants of Lorentz and Barbara Matz of Wankheim, Germany from the 17th century, was written from information obtained by Miss Anna Matz (1894-1979)from the early 1940s through the 1970s, with 10 more years of detailed follow-up research conducted by the author. It contains the names of over 6000 individuals connected to the Matz descendancy, most of whom find their roots in the Berks County region of Pennsylvania after the 1750s. Only about 200 copies of this book were printed. I am related to the author of this book, and although I don't know if she still actively collects information related to the Matz surname (or its ancestral, descendant and collateral connections), I will forward all new information or inquiries I am unable to answer to her. RC4
See under Mosher
"Charles May and His Descendants." Hortense Woodson for the May Family Association. This is a family history of the Charles May Family and may be considered an extension of the book "Descendants of John May of Roxbury, Mass." also available as a Rootsweb BWO. It appears the Charles May and Polly Loveless family descends from emigrant John May the Captain of the Ship James out of London. The book is mostly histores of the descendants from about 1780 to 1958. Books and address are still available. AS6
"Descendants of John May of Roxbury, Mass." (2nd Edition 596 pages) Revision by: John Franklin May. Published 1978 by Gateway Press, Baltimore. Family histories of the original emigrant and descendants of John May, Ship's Captain, London, England to Roxbury, MA ca 1635-1640. The original - first edition was written by Samuel May, John Joseph May, Richard S. Edes, John Winder May published 1878. Available here is the contents of the first edition as a revised and supplemented second edition. It was revised 1978 by descendant John Franklin May of Sterling, MA. There are several branches of this family, mostly from New England to Georgia, Florida. Books may still be available from author. Address available. AS6
"Descendants of John May of Roxbury, Mass. 1640." Originally compiled by Samuel May, John Joseph May, Richard S. Edes, John Wilder May, 1878. Revised, supplemented and indexed by John Franklin May, 1978. 596pp. Index. CAW
"John May, Jr. of Virginia: His Descendants and Their Land." By Ben H. Coke; Pub. by Gateway Press, 1975. This 383 pages book contains a list of the known descendants of John May, Jr. (d, ca 1760, who lived in the Petersburg area of Virginia. Not all descendants could be found, however, many have. The land holding and court records are defined when available. a few pictures of prominent individuals along with maps and documents. A names index is included. The descendants listed here do not apparently connect with the Roxbury, MA May family, or the John May / Asa May family of Wake Co., NC and Georgia. Some other surnames included are: Cocke, Coke, Joplin, Love, Percefull, Perrin, Tompkins. AS6
"The Mayfield's Robert Mayfield 1620-1630 & Sarah." Editor Glenn W. Mayfield, Lazer Grapix, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1997. Family lineage of Robert Mayfield and his descendents. Mainly located in Overton County, TN Surnames: Mayfield, Gore, Gunnels, Ogletree, Cobb, Ward, Brown, Breazel, Long, Yount, Adams, Adcock, Adkins, Aguilera, Akes, Albin, albritton, Alexander, Alfassa, Alisson, allen, Allison, Andrews, Armstrong, Applin, Arams, Arnold, Atherton, Atwood, Bagby, Back, Bailey, Baker, Balck, Ball, Ballard, Banister, Banks, Bannick, Barker, Bartram, Battershell, Beachum, Bean, Beardsley, Beck, Belmont, Berry, Bess, Best, Blankenship, bollinger, Branam, Bright, Brooks, Chambers, Chapman, Cowan, Cox, Conyers, Conwill, Davis, Delong, Dixon, Duncan, Egemo, Eller, Elliott, Ewing, Flaker, Foster, Fowler, Fox, France, Frederick, Fritts, Frogge, Frost, Frye, Galloway, Gambril, Garret, Gaston, Gibson, Gilmore, Harris, hartsel, Haskin, Hatfield, Hudson, Ingram, Innis, Isbell, Iversen, Jack, Jacobs, James, Jarrett, Johnson, Jones, Karns, Keaton, Keithly, Kelly, Kemper, Kennedy, Kerr, Kidd, Kiefer, King, Kingsley, Koegler, Kiykendall, Lagrone, Lahman, Lakey, Langley, Laseter, Linder, Lindsey, Little, Livingston, Locke, Logsdon, Lomax, Long, Lozier, Lusby, Luttrell, Lyde, Lynn, Mackamie, Mackey, Maddox, Mahon, Mancell, Mann, Mansell, Marchand, Mark, Markham, Marsh, Martin, Mason, Massingale, Masters, Mayer, Metcalf, Miller, Norris, Newman, Nichols, Nielson, Nince, Nix, Nolan, Nunn, O'conner, O'neil, Odem, Odom, Ogles, Oldham, Olive, Ongst, Oren, Orton, Owens, Palmer, parker, Parrish, Parks, Parrol, Parrott, Parsons, Patterson, payne, Patton, Peacock, pearson, Pellett, Pennington, Perish, Perkins, Pertillar, Phillips, Ping, Pleasants, Pitcher, Poe, Poole, Portor, Posey, Powell, Powers, Pownall, Prange, Presley, Price, Pritts, Proctor, Proffer, Quick, Rader, Ragsdale, Rajzer, Ralls, Rankin, Rasmussen, Ray, Reams, Rebman, Reed, Reese, Reeves, Regenhard, Reich, Remge, Remsburg, Revels, Reynolds, Rhodes, Richardson, Ricketts, Ricroft, Ridgeway, Riley, Rogers, Runnels, Sanders, Sappington, Sark, Savage, Schafer, Schreck, Schroeder, Schultz, Schutte, Schwarting, Schwendener, Scott, Seat, Seay, Sechrest, Secord, Segrist, Seifers, Selby, Self, Shaffer, Sharp, Shaw, Shirley, Shumpert, Simms, Simpson, Smith, Swift, Surber, Sweet, Swiggett, Taggart, Tapley, Taylor, Teaford, Thigpen, Thomas, Thompson, Thur, Tipps, Trotter, Trout, Trujillo, Trusty, Tull, Turman, Turner, Tyler, Vance, Vanglider, Vanwinkle, Vaughan, Veneigo, Vredenburgh, Waddell, Walker, Walraven, Walsh, Water, Walton, Ware, Wampler, Watkins, Watson, Weaver, Whalen, Whitaker, White, Wilkerson, Williamson, Wilsford, Wilson, Wimsatt, Wiygul, woods, Wright, Wyatt, Wygal, Wylier, Yaden, Yanniello, Yost, Young, Zellner, Zetterquist, Zimmerman. TLF
"The Inman and Mayhew Descendancy 1765 - 1990." Beougher, Loren C., Genealogy Publishing Service, 1990. EMD
"McAfee-Woods Memorial." Dr. Neander Woods, 1905. Reprinted 1998 by Higginson Book Company. Details the McAfees and Woods who immigrated from Ulster, Ireland in the mid 1700s and settled in Virginia and Kentucky (notably Mercer Co., KY). One of the primary subjects of this book, James McAfee Sr., is my 6th-great grandfather. INDEXED. JRT
See under Munster, Ireland.
"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
"Descendants of James (Timothy) McClintock and Some Related Families: Lawrence, Ribble, Streit (Stright)." Compiled by A. Louise (McClintock) Shelton. PAA
See under Cumberland Co., PA.
"McCollor / McCollough Family History and Genealogy." Clair L. Nelson and Kathy McCollor Stigman; H. V. Beuckens; 1984. The descendents of Edward McCollough's two sons and their wives: Edward and Jane (?) McCollough and Patrick and Bridget (Brennin) McCollor who emigrated from Ireland to Quebec in 1815. MM14
See under Scotland.
"Frederick Royse 1750-1825, Revolutionary War Militiaman, PA-VA-(WV)-KY-IN Pioneer," Chelsea Dinn, published by author, 1971. No index. Some info on his sisters, who were Hannah Gaddis (Mrs. Col. Thomas Gaddis) and Elizabeth McCoy (Mrs. Rev. Wm. McCoy). AKM
"The Robert McCready Family." Robert J. McCready, MD, Privately Printed, Pittsburgh, PA, 1931. Family tree of Robert McCready from 1752 - 1931. Not all birth and death dates are given for each name. Autobiography by Robert McCready. Short history by Robert J. McCready. Letter from John Sloan, brother-in-law of Robert McCready. Letter from John McCready, Woodville, Miss. to his father, Robert McCready, 1835. Robert McCready's will. Inscription on Robert McCready's Monument. Please give me all the info you can, as there are many Roberts, Johns, etc. JW11
"McDills in America." Robert McDill Woods, private, 1940. McDill family originally from County Antrim, North Ireland. EPC
See Clan Donald under Scotland.
See Clan Donald under Scotland.
"The Scotch-Irish McElroys in America - A.D. 1717 - A.D. 1900." Rev. John M. McElroy, D.D., Fort Orange Press, Brandow Printing Company, Albany, NY, 1901. Reproduction of book issued in 1901 on McElroys in America. Contents include McElroy histories from: Bucks County, PA; Kentucky; Big Spring, PA; Rich Hill settlers to Franklin County, PA; Albany, NY; Michigan-Albany; Lancaster County, PA; Delaware; Ligonier, PA; "ADAM McElroy from Eastern PA; Meadville, PA; Virginia; Monroeville, PA; Beaver County, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Delaware Ohio; North Carolina. BZ1
"The McFadden Family 1700-1998." Etta R. (McFadden) Otto - Published by Lennis B. McFadden - 1998. A biographical Account of John McFadden and his descendants. This has a duo index, by last name, by christian name (first name). Historical, bible, birht, death dates, etc for many of John McFadden's descendants. KG
"Notes on McFall and Allied Families." Ezra McFall Kuhns. A description of the descendants of Francis McFall and Elizabeth Miller of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Francis McFall emmigrated from Northern Ireland and arrived around 1730. He is of Scottish origin. Other surnames include Craig, Murdock, Shull, Bryan. Now Available Online
"The McGavock Family." A Genealogical History of James McGavock and His Descendants from 1760 to 1903 by Rev. Robert Gray. Wm. Ellis Jones, Book and Job Printer, Richmond, 1903. RE
"Genealogy or Family Tree of William McIlnay and His Descendents." by Charles D. and Burton K. McIlnay, c. 1958. RC5
"The McInturfs Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 plus Supplement." Raymond Kringer, Brady-Drake Co., 1976 & 1981 & 1987. This surname has various spellings: McInturf, McEntarfer, Migendorffer, McInterfeer, Meckendorfer, etc. This family is traced from Germany to America in the 1700s with some of them serving in the Revolutionary War. Illustrated with maps and photos. A17
"The McLarty Family of Kintyre, Scotland and Mecklenburg County, NC." Adelaide McLarty, Crabtree Press, 1974. Information on the McLarty family that migrated from Scotland to NC in 1773 and their descendants. Includes much information also on related families such as Polk, Freeman, Morrison, Enterkin, McElreath, Dorris, Morris. SW1
"McMahill-Mayhill Connections." A history of the McMahill family in the US. 750 pages. Edited by D. G. M. McMahill and T. McMillan. DGM
"Collections for a History of the Ancient Family of McMath." Frank Mortimer McMath, C.A. Davis Printing Co., 1937. Collection of genealogies of McMath families in the United States. Also some history of the early McMath families in Scotland. MG
See also under Miller
"Trailing our Ancestors McMichael-Maddux-Maddox-Lindsey and Allied Families." Lois McMichael, privately published 1994. Families mentioned are McMichael, Maddux/Maddox, and Lindsey, allied familed are Burdette, Delahaye, Griffin, Hamilton, Harrison, Hatton, Mann, Nutthall, Posey, Shackleford, Shepherd, Shuttleworth, Sprigg, Troope, Wade, Weldon, White, Betts, Crawford, Harris, Long, Montgomery, Reid, Wilson, Burckmeyer, Kinard, Trammell, Edwards, Hall, Johnson, Massey, Patton, and Wise. Ancestors' branches traced if known from PA, MD, VA, NC, and SC, into Georgia. GBR
"McNary Family with Trees and History." McNary, J.R. & McNary, Rev. W. P. (Wrote the Intro), McNary and Simpson, Printers. Pittsburgh, PA about 1907-1908. The James McNary (b. Abt. 1711 d. 1796) Family from Washington Co., PA and direct descendants from his sons John, James, Thomas & David. [This book is now available to freely download from the Internet Archive.]
See under Wilkes Co., NC.
"McQuillan's of County Fermanagh: Descendents of Mary McQuillan 1790-1876." Pat & Mary McQuillan; St. Paul, MN; 2004 revision, indexed. A genealogy. MM14
"The McQuiston, McCuiston, McQueston Families." Leona Bean McQuiston, reprint Higginson Books, 1937. (England, Ireland, PA, NC, NH, IN, OH) DC4
"Blackberry Winter; My Early Years." Written by Margaret Mead. William Morrow & Co., Inc., 1972. Autobiography from her birth in 1901 up to World War II. 305 pages, includes index, black and white photos and a six-generation family tree. BLL
"Funsten-Meade Genealogy." Hortense Funsten Durand, Knickerbocker Press, 1926. Genealogy and descent of Oliver Funsten and Margaret McKay. VFD
"Genealogical Records of Some Members of The Meador Family who are descendants of Thomas Meador of Virginia." Daniel Burton Meador, Mennonite Press, 1968. It begins with Thomas Meader, Sr. and continues for 13 generations (until the present day which was 1968). Indexed. PC7
"Our Family Record--Meador, Meadows, Simmons." Lark A. Meador, Bluegrass Printing, Revised Edition, 1986. It begins with Thomas Meador (?-1655) and continues to the birth of a child in 1986. It contains many photographs, documents, records, primary sources. PC7
"Our Meador Families in Colonial America--As found in the records of Isle of Wight, Lancaster, (Old) Rappahannock, Richmond, Essex and Caroline Counties, Virginia." Victor Poaul Meador and Bernal M. Meador, Published by authors, 3rd Printing, 1986. The book goes over the origins of Meador in America. It begins with Ambrose Meador. It covers the time period of the 1500s until the 1700s. It only deals with Virginia. In the back are charts of related families. These include: Allen, Bourne, Gatewood, Gouldman, Gregory, Reeves, Rust, Corrie, Coombes, Underwood, Williamson, and Waggoner. Indexed. (Please note that there are no records after the 1700s). PC7
"The Gerhard Henrich Meinert Family." Roy and Jean Minert, 1989. Gerhard Henrich Meinert came to this country in 1805. This genealogy covers his descendants and covers New York, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin and Iowa. CS6
"The Story of an Old Farm." Andrew D. Mellick, The Unionist-Gazette, Somerville, NJ 1889. NJ Revolutionary War History. Melick, Mellick and related families genealogy appendix. Detailed history of the Bedminster and New Germantown areas of New Jersey. K1
"1500-1900 Merriam Genealogy in England and America." Charles Henry Pope and John Merriam Kingsbury. publisher Bullbrier Press 1986. KC6
"Genealogy of the Merrick, Mirick, Myrick." George Byron Merrick; reprint by Higginson Books; 1902. DC4
"The Merritts of Sampson and Duplin Counties, North Carolina." Compiled by Edward Merritt and Leora Hiatt McEachern 1968. The descendents of Captain Robert Merritt of Sampson/Duplin County, North Carolina, Revolutionary War officer of Lighthorse. Primary locations: Sampson County, North Carolina; south Georgia. BA1
"The Meserve Family: The First Four Generations, with Ancestry of Clement-1 Meserve of Portsmouth, N.H." The Meserve Family Association, Danbury House, 1982. JAR
"Olof Meurlings Stamträd vid Början af Tjugonde Seklet Charodotes." Meurling, Håkan Ohlssons Boktryckeri, 1902. Family history of the descendants of Olof Meurling (ca. 1660 - 1738), parish priest of Kristdala parish, Kalmar county, Sweden; for the most part only names and dates are included - places are not generally mentioned. M42
"Meyer 250+ Years in America." Donald Moyer, Closson Press, 1991. Palatines descending from Johannes Hans Meyer b. ca 1699 Germany m. Maria Catharina Stallman who immigrated in about 1739 and originally settled in Tulpehochen Township in Berks Co., PA. Covers variations in this Surname (Mayer, Meyer, Moyer, etc.) and MANY other surnames mostly of Germanic origin. This is a large sized book of over 850 pages. There is some background on individuals, places and time, but this is mostly a genealogy. It has some information on George V. Stettler m. Eva Catharine Meyer b. 2-16-1742 Berks Co. PA and descendents. KMS
"More Micheners in America." by Anna E. Shaddinger, Bonekemper Typesetting, Inc. 1970. Michener family which came from England to Pennsylvania in the 1600's. Book is some 860 pages indexed. The family information from 1970 until recent years is being kept at the Doylestown, PA. library by the association which holds a Michener-Worthington reunion in PA each June. C29
"The Middleton Family (Including Myddelton and Myddleton)." pub. 1972, Beth Bland Engel. (With records from Wales, England, Barbados and the Southern United States). This book was extensively researched and is indexed. Ms. Engel traveled extensively throughout England and Wales and the West Indies to bring this book to completion. L22
"The Middleton's and Kindred Families of Southern Maryland." pub. 1975, Daniel B Lloyd. An extensively and painstaking researched book by Dr. Lloyd. With a foreword by Harry Wright Newman, Maryland Historian and Genealogist. This book is indexed, sources cited, footnotes identified and has some lineage charts. L22
"Meiyssel/Meixel/Mikesell." Ardella M. Rohde 1985. No name of publisher in the book Basic genealogy information on the Mikesell families and the various spellings of this name. SM6
"History and Genealogy of the Milk-Milks Family." by Grace Croft, Author, Compiler and Editor-in-Chief. SM
See also under Family Histories - General.
"The Millers of Sand Mountain." Author: Julia Ann Crum Benoit. Publisher/Date: Wolfe Publishing, 1995. This very large book covers the genealogy of four families; the Millers, Broadwells, McMichaels and Pattons and their migration through GA, AL and MS. The book is indexed. M15
"Descendants of Arron Milliman." Carol austin. Large Book including Clifford lines. L3
"Descendants of Peter Mills of Windsor, CT." by Helen S. Ullmann, Penobscot Press, 1998. Peter Mills came from Holland in about 1650 to Windsor and Bloomfield, Ct. His descendants migrated to upstate N.Y. and many mid-west states. S6
"A Multitude of Mills." Phyllis Poston, Jennings Hickory, North Carolina 1997. This book covers the descdendants of John Mills of Maryland. ID1
"Thomas Minor Descendants 1608-1981." John A Miner, John A Miner (Trevott, Maine), 1981. This 833-page book follows only the male lines. It is fully indexed. It was purchased from the Thomas Minor Family Association. MI, MU
"Isaac Mize Family of Eastern Kentucky." Franklin Miller, Jr., 1985. Family of Isaac Mize (1793-1882). Includes Walker line, also. PLS
"The MIZE families of North Alabama." Tammy Young Lyles, Self published, 1998. 8 generations of MIZE families. Oldest known is SAUL MIZE. TYL
See under Hill surname.
"1881 Census Index for Lancashire for the Name Molyneux and Its Derivations." M36
"History of the Molineus Family." Max Albert Molineus, 1884. Translation of the original. M36
"Quill of The Wild Goose: Civil War Letters and Diaries of Private Joel Molyneux, 141St. P.V." Kermit Molyneux Bird, editor. White Mane Pub., 1996. Pvt. Molyneux served with the 141st Pennsylvania Volunteers, Union Army. M36
See under Mercer Co., Kentucky.
"The Family History of James Montgomery and Nancy Amanda Mottern." by Jim Mottern, 1995. RC5
"Moody Family Record." by E. Grant Moody, Ph.D.; published by the Dr. Thomas Moody Family Organization; 1957. The ancestry and descendants of Dr. Thomas Moody, a Revolutionary soldier, born in Cumberland County, Virginia, 1759; also notes on related families. This record is composed of three books: Book One places the Moodys in their early American setting. Book Two is made up of biographical sketches of three children and descendants of John Wyatt Moody. Book Three contains the genealogical data of these same three children. MM15
See also under Isle of Man.
"Andrew Moore and His Descendants 1612-1897." John Andrew Moore Passmore, Wickersham Printing Company, 1897. Two volume book of Andrew Moore and his descendants who emigrated to Chester County, PA from County Antrim, Ireland circa 1723. L33
"ANDREW MOORE of POQUONOCK and WINDSOR, CONN and his DESCENDANTS." Hon. Horace L. Moore Journal Publishing Co. 1903. There are 4014 names, also birth dates, marriage dates & places included in this book of 11 generations. The book covers the years 15 Feb 1671 through 11 Oct 1901. MR
"The Mourne Moores In New Brunswick, 1833-1983." by Donna Lee Moore Smith, copyright 1983. The descendants of brothers Charles and William Moore, who emigrated to Scotch Lake, York Co., New Brunswick in 1833. RO3
"Rev. John Moore of Newtown, Long Island, and Some of His Descendants." James W. Moore. Easton, PA: Chemical Publishing Co., 1903. SG4
"Mayflower Families through Five Generations - Vol. 15 - James Chilton - Richard More." Revised by Robert S. Wakefield. General Soc. of Mayflower Descendants, 1997. JVD
"Morrill Kindred in America (Volume 2)." Annie Morrill Smith, New York: The Grafton Press, 1931. Subtitled: An account of the descendants of Abraham Morrill of Salisbury, Massachusetts, 1632-1662, through his three sons, Mr. Isaac, Capt. Jacob and Lieut. Moses Morrill, to 1931. CB3
See also under West Virginia.
"Morris and Morriss Genealogy and Related families of Charles Morriss Revolutionary War Service Virginia 1712-1972." Compiled by Roz G. Morris and E. Frances Morris, self-published, 1972 Includes MORRIS/MORRISS and related families beginning in Westmoreland Co., VA through their emigration across the U.S., primarily South, Southwest, and Midwest states, until 1972. Over 1200 descendants and 900 surnames indexed. Surnames with over 10 individuals listed include: ASBURY, BAILEY, BELL, BROWN, CALDWELL, CARSON, CAUDLE, CHAPMAN, CHAPPELL, CONNALLY, DARDEN, DAVIS, DUNCAN, EDWARDS, ELLINGTON, ELLIS, EVANS, FAVER, FOREMAN, GATES, GRANBERRY, GREGORY, GRIFFITTS, HIGHTOWER, HYDE, JAMIESON, JOHNSON, KENNEDY, KNIGHT, LYNE, McDONALD, MOORE, MORRIS, MORRISS, NORTON, OGLE, OVERTON, PAYNE, PETERS, PORTER, ROBINSON, SIMS, SMITH, STARKE, STONE, THORNTON, TURNER, WILSON, WOOD, and ZIEGLER. Includes some early Virginia wills, family correspondence before and after Civil War, and some newspaper articles from late 19th century. Compiled mostly from the family sheets submitted by living descendants at the time of publication. BDC
"Descendants of Hugh Mosher and Rebecca Maxson." Mildred Chamberlain and Laura Clarenbach publishers, 1990. 802 pp. indexed. CAS
See under Montgomery.
"Moulton Annals." Henry W Moulton, 1906. Contains history of Moultons in England and early migrators such as Robert Moulton of Salem 1629, James Moulton, William Moulton and their ancestral lines. [This book is freely available to download from Google Books.]
"Nehemiah Moxley: His Claggettsville Sons and Their Descendants." Allie May Moxley Buxton; BookCrafters; 1989 A record of Nehemiah Moxley (1737-1836), his three sons, William, Jacob and Ezekiel, their descendants and present day relatives. KC4
"Mull Families of North Carolina." Rondal Mull & Mable Mull, Genealogy Publishing Service, 1997. A history and genealogical record of the Mull family in North Carolina, beginning with the immigrant Christopher Moll in 1731. SW1
"MULLER - Eight Generations of South African Descendants." A. James Muller; Rare Books, Manuscripts & Genealogy Documents, Canada, 2010 Only 50 numbered copies of the work exist and some 10 copies are still available. It is a research work which for the first time has settled the debate concerning the German origins of Michael Müller/Möller/Mülder (all have umlauts), a soldier with the Dutch East India Company who arrived at the Cape of Good Hope in 1735. The book centers on the line propagated by his youngest son Michael Arnoldus who was born on the farm "Zeekoegat" in the Riversdale district of Swellendam.There are many documents . photographs and tree diagrams accompanying the text. There is also a Biographica Index and Bibliography. J43
"The Mulliken Family History - Descendants of Robert and Rebekah (Savory) Mullicken." by Terri Mulliken Allen. Mullikens and Mullickens originating in Bradford, Essex Co., MA. Covers New England (MA, NY, MI, MN, IL) No southern states. TMA
"Mulocks of North America Mulock, Peter, Lenora, Edwin, Nevill." 1989. Descendants of Jeremiah Mulock from Ireland. Includes Edward of Nova soctia and other unplaced Mulocks. LM4
See under Tasmania, Australia.
"Genealogy of The Musick Family and Some Kindred Lines." Grover Cleveland Musick, revised by Egbert S. Musick, 1978 edtion. This book is a great resource for beginings. It has a great deal of information on the family of Elexious Musick I, 1718-1798, son of George Musick, Sr. Some of the places listed are Russell Co., VA, Washington Co., VA, Dickenson Co., VA, several places in West Virginia, Kentucky and St Louis Co., Mo. The book has names only indexed, not places. In several places I have been able to update and document the information presented and will include this information as well. KB3
"Myatt-Miot Descendants of North Carolina." Author Unknown. NOT INDEXED. DK3