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LDS Family History Library Catalog - Lutton, Litton, Letton, Litten, Lytton

Note: This list compiled Dec 26 2004


Title
James Litton, "the wayfaring stranger"

Stmnt.Resp.
Dorothy Litton Gable

Authors
Gable, Dorothy Litton (Main Author)
Litton Historical Society (Oneida, Tennessee) (Added Author)
Litton Historical Society (Oneida, Tennessee) (Subject)

Notes
James Litton (1797-1887) married Anna Foster in 1818, and moved from North Carolina to Oneida, Tennessee. Descendants and relatives lived in Tennessee, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Arizona, South Carolina, Florida and elsewhere. Includes genealogical data about probable ancestry in Ireland and England. Includes officers and changes of officers, as well as some reports of annual family reunions of the Litton Historical Society, with current headquarters at Oneida, Tennessee.

Includes indexes (listing Letton, Lutton, Lytton and other variant spellings).

Includes Davis, Dunkin, Gable, McClure, Prewitt, Redwine, Roysden, Terry, Tomkins and related families.

Contents: v. 1. James Litton, "the wayfaring stranger" -- v. 2, pt. 1. "A people without history is like the winds on the buffalo grass" -- v. 2, pt. 2. "Copy your forefathers for work is carried out through knowledge; see, their words endure in writing" -- v. 2, pt. 3. "No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main ... any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind; and therefore, never send to know for whom the bell tolls: it tolls for me" -- v. 2, pt. 4. "Our ancestors cry out from the past to be redeemed" -- v. 2, pt. 5. "A good name is better than riches--a kind heart is more than a Crown."

Subjects
Davis
Dunkin
Gable
Letton
Litton
Lutton
Lytton
McClure
Prewitt
Redwine
Roysden
Terry
Tomkins

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 L736g v. 1 - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 L736g v. 2 pt. 1 - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 L736g v. 2 pt. 2-3 - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 L736g v. 2 pt. 4 - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 L736g v. 2 pt. 5 - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Oneida, Tenn.: Litton Historical Society, c1964-

Physical
v.: ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

Subject Class
929.273 L736

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
v. 1 - FHL US/CAN Film [1697860 Item 12]
v. 2 pt. 1 - FHL US/CAN Film [1697974 Item 4]
v. 2 pt. 4 - FHL US/CAN Film [1697974 Item 6]
v. 2 pt. 2-3 - FHL US/CAN Film [1697974 Item 5]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1993-1994. on 2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Also on microfiche. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990. 5 microfiches; 11 x 15 cm. - FHL US/CAN Library Attendants' Window [6075611]


Title
Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Cecil County, Maryland and his family

Stmnt.Resp.
by Suzanne Flick McGilvray

Authors
McGilvray, Suzanne Flick (Main Author)

Notes
Microreproduction of photocopy (various paging, ca. 150 pages). Loaned by Washington, D.C. Branch Library; Washington, D.C.)
Includes index.

Benjamin Lutton worked in copperworks in Maryland before arriving in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to work in the iron mills. He married Jane Perrine Lutton, his brother James's widow, in 1828 and raised a total of ten children (two of his brothers and eight of his own). His story, along with genealogical information on his family, are the focus of this book, however, the story weaves into it the history of Pittsburgh, Pa. Additional material on the descendants of Benjamin and Jane as well as some corrections to the original records have been included in this record.

Includes Lutton, Taylor, Perrine, Hetzel, Gallagher, Balsley, and McLane.

Contents: pt. 1. Benjamin Lutton Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Cecil County, Maryland -- pt. 2. The children of Benjamin and Jane Perrine Lutton -- pt. 3. The children of James T. and Leonora J. Lutton -- pt. 4. The children of Benjamin Howard and Rebecca Kennedy Lutton.

Subjects
Lutton
Perrine
Taylor

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987

Physical
on 3 microfilm reels: ill.; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Cecil County, Maryland and his family - FHL US/CAN Film [1421715 Item 4]
Additional information of Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - FHL US/CAN Film [1440382 Item 65]
Additional information of Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - FHL US/CAN Film [1440383 Item 1]
Additional information of Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - FHL US/CAN Film [1440451 Item 1]
Additional information of Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - FHL US/CAN Film [1440451 Item 2]
Additional information of Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - FHL US/CAN Film [1440451 Item 3]
Additional information of Benjamin Lutton, Sr. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - FHL US/CAN Film [1440451 Item 4]


Title
Lutton family history and records: copy of material in book

Stmnt.Resp.
written by James Lutton in 1880

Authors
Lutton, James, 1825- (Main Author)

Notes
Microfilm of photocopy (7 leaves). Loaned by the Washington D.C. Family History Center. Includes Allison, Alvers, Baxter, Colmerry, Fergusen, Garrett, Johnson, Lutton, McCauley, McCoy, McCrea, McGiffen, McLane, Perine, Piper, Ramsey, Scott, Sullivan, Taylor.

Short biographies of James and Robert Lutton, who were born in Maryland ca. 1750. Thier parents probably came from Ireland. Gives genealogical information on their descendants including Robert's children, Nancy, Rachael, James, Jane, Mary, and Margaret and James's family, John, Polly, James, Robert, Betsy, Joseph, Benjamin, Ebenezer and William.

Subjects
Lutton

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987

Physical
on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Lutton family history and records - FHL US/CAN Film [1421715 Item 3]


Title
The Parkers of Ballykeel

Stmnt.Resp.
by Norman P. McClelland

Authors
McClelland, Norman P. (Main Author)

Notes
James Parker (1803-1892), son of Matthew Parker, married Mary Hanna (1816-1892), 1 January 1837. They had eleven children and lived in Ballykeel, County Down, Ireland. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Ireland, Scotland, England, New York and Arizona, Includes index.

Includes Cristal, Freundel, Garton, Gibson, Harbison, Heidmann, Hume, Hunter, Killen, Lutton, McClelland, McKersie, McRoberts, Mongiello, Moore, Pitman, Schuerman, Waddell, Watson, Wood and related families.

Subjects
Cristal
Freundel
Garton
Gibson
Hanna
Harbison
Heidmann
Hume
Hunter
Killen
Lutton
McClelland
McKersie
McRoberts
Mongiello
Moore
Parker
Pitman
Schuerman
Waddell
Watson
Wood

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 P223m - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Fiche)

Language
English

Publication
Phoenix, Arizona: N.P. McClelland, c2002

Physical
xviii, 303 p.: ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

ISBN/ISSN
0972116907

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfiche. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2003. 4 fiches - FHL US/CAN Fiche [6006073]


Title
Pedigrees of Yorkshire families to 1780

Stmnt.Resp.
William Dade

Authors
Dade, William (Main Author)

Notes
Microreproduction of typescript.

Contents: Pedigrees M/S 81 -- Descents of Yorkshire families; Cayley, Strangwayes, Hebblethwayt, Belt, Creyke, Lutton, Clapham, Wheatley, Prickett and Place.

Subjects
Belt
Cayley
Clapham
Creyke
Hebblethwayt
Lutton
Place
Prickett
Strangwayes
Wheatley
England, York - Genealogy

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1972

Physical
1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Pedigrees of Yorkshire families to 1780 - FHL BRITISH Film [894658]


Title
Titemore family genealogical records, 1575-1976

Stmnt.Resp.
Carroll Titemore

Authors
Titemore, Carroll, 1931- (Main Author)

Notes
Includes Davis, Eldred, Garfield, Lutton, Platt, Pratt and related families.

John Tittemore (d.1851) married Margaret Toof in 1783. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Titemore) lived in New England, New York and elsewhere.

Subjects
Davis
Eldred
Garfield
Lutton
Platt
Pratt
Titemore

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 T534t - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs

Language
English

Publication
[Liverpool, N.Y.: C. Titemore, 1984?]

Physical
[72] leaves: geneal. tables.

Subject Class
929.273 T534

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]

No film notes for this title.


Title
The life and times of Leonard Hall

Stmnt.Resp.
by Henry Clay Conner, Jr

Authors
Conner, Henry Clay, 1918- (Main Author)
Hall, Leonard, ca. 1728-1809 (Subject)

Notes
Cover title: Leonard Hall.
Includes index.

Includes Boone, Forqueran, Renick, Williamson, Woodward and related families.
"Copy no. 47"

Biographical and genealogical information about Leonard Hall (ca.1728- 1809), who married Joanna Letton about 1750, and moved from Maryland to Bedford County, Virginia about 1751, and to Barren County, Kentucky in 1799. Includes some genealogical data about descendants.

Subjects
Boone
Forqueran
Hall
Letton
Renick
Williamson
Woodward

Copies
Call Number - Location
921.73 H144c - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Fiche)

Language
English

Publication
Indianapolis: H.C. Conner, Jr., 1981

Physical
253 p.: ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

Subject Class
921.73 H144

Title Also Known As
Leonard Hall

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfiche. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983. 1 microfiche; 11 x 15 cm. - FHL US/CAN Fiche [6019499]


Title
Some Lettons and Willetts of Maryland and a few descendants and allied families

Stmnt.Resp.
by Estelle Clark Watson

Authors
Watson, Estelle Osborn Clark, b. 1888 (Main Author)

Notes
Typescript (photocopy).

Edward Willett lived in Frederick County, Maryland and married Mary Coward and widow Grace Burton (the widow of Caleb Letton, who died in 1763). Edward Willett died in 1772.

Subjects
Willett
Letton

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 A1 no. 1809 - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Manuscript (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
1955

Physical
[4], 43 p.: geneal. table

Subject Class
929.273 A1

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [982495 Item 4]


Title
The ancestry and progeny of Aker E. Litton: the next generation

Stmnt.Resp.
compiled and edited by Eugene R. Lytton

Authors
Lytton, Eugene R. (Eugene Richard), b. 1930 (Main Author)

Notes
Cover title.
Includes information on the DiSalvo, Mobley, Poston and Schaffer families.

Chiefly a record of some of the ancestors and descendants of Aker Edward Litton. He was born 24 Feb 1876 in Russell County, Virginia. He married Nora Ellen Fink ca. 1899. Ellen died ca. 1915 and Aker married Viola Rose 8 July 1916. They lived in Virginia. He died 7 Mar 1959 in Miami, Florida. Aker was the father of twelve known children. Ancestors lived in Maryland, Virginia, and elsewhere. Descendants lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Florida, California, and elsewhere.

Ancestors include: Caleb Litton (b ca. 1668) and Grace Burton (b ca. 1678) -- John Richard Litton (b ca. 1726) and Sarah Wilcoxen (b ca. 1728) -- John Jackson Litton (1847-1937) and Sarah Ann Garrett (1852- 1931) -- James Fullen Litton (1818-1881) and Margaret Shoemaker Litton (1824-1897) -- John Whitly Litton (1775-1853) and Sarah Pearl Fullen (1771-1843) -- Solomon Caleb Litton, Sr. (1751-1844) and Martha Duncan Sharp (1756-1821) -- and others. Surname also spelled Lytton.

Subjects
DiSalvo
Litton
Lytton
Mobley
Poston
Schaffer

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 L736L - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 L736L supp. - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 L736L supp. 2 - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Copperhill, Tenn.: E. Lytton, [1994]

Physical
213 p. in various pagings: ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

Subject Class
929.273 L736

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1999. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [2055504 Item 11]
Supp. also on microfilm. - FHL US/CAN Film [2055504 Item 12]


Title
Captain William Sherrill, son of Adam and Elizabeth, and some of their descendants

Stmnt.Resp.
by William Andrew Sherrill

Authors
Sherrill, William Andrew, 1909-1984 (Main Author)
Sherrill, Lee R (Added Author)
Sherrill, Donna (Added Author)
Sherrill Family Association (Added Author)

Notes
Spine title: Captain William Sherrill and descendants.
This "... amended second edition ..." was prepared by Lee R. and Donna Sherrell.

Captain William Sherrill (1723-1785) moved from Maryland to Augusta County, Virginia and married Agnes White in 1743, later moving to Anson (later Rowan) County, North Carolina. Descendants lived in North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Florida, Arizona and elsewhere.

Vol. 2 includes index (including Sherrell, Sherwill, etc.).

Includes Cornelius, Gibson, Litton (Litten, Lytton), Moore, Payne, Rector (Richtor), Simpson and related families.
"Copy no. 47."

Subjects
Cornelius
Gibson
Litton
Moore
Payne
Rector
Sherrill
Simpson

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 Sh57sw - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 Sh57sw v. 2 - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Mesa, Ariz.: Sherrill Family Organization, 1981 (Decorah, Iowa: Printed by Anundsen Publishing)

Physical
2 v. (518 leaves): geneal. tables, port.

Edition
2nd ed

Subject Class
929.273 Sh57

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987. on 2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Vol. 1 - FHL US/CAN Film [1421746 Item 7]
Vol. 2 - FHL US/CAN Film [1321499 Item 4]


Title
Descendants of Eli Jacob and Nettie Viola (Kiler) Lutz: genealogy, history, pictures

Stmnt.Resp.
researched and compiled by Phyllis M. Bunelle

Authors
Bunnelle, Phyllis M. (Phyllis Maxine Lutz Lybarger), 1927- (Main Author)

Notes
Eli Joseph Lutz was born 6 March 1854 in Eaton, Ohio. His parents were Jacob Ludwig Lutz (1823-1887) and Marie Catharina (1825-1870). He married Nettie Viola Kiler (1867-1947) in 1884 in Marysville, Kansas. They had six children. Traces their descendants in Kansas, Texas, Washington and elsewhere.

Includes Brown, Carson, Covington, Gause, Knox, Litton, Lovelady, MacInnis and related families.

Corrected title page and index pages tipped in after t.p.

Subjects
Brown
Carson
Covington
Gause
Knox
Litton
Lovelady
Lutz
MacInnis

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 L978bpm - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Santa Clara, Calif.: P.M. Bunnelle, 2000

Physical
202 p. in various paginations: ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

Subject Class
929.273 L978

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2001. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - VAULT US/CAN Film [1440321 Item 4]


Title
Descendants of Matthias Chitwood

Stmnt.Resp.
compiled by I.O. Chitwood

Authors
Chitwood, I. O. (Ira Ona), 1896-1985 (Main Author)
Chitwood, Reuben, 1907- (Added Author)

Notes
Completed by Reuben Chitwood, with the assistance of his friend Paul Roy.

Matthias Chitwood (1681-1754) immigrated from England to Cumberland (now Powhatan) County, Virginia, and married Mary Key, daughter of Richard Key. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma and elsewhere.

Includes index (listing Cheatwood as a variant spelling).

Includes Blanton, Crabtree, Davis, Duncan, Litton, Neal, Richardson, Ray, Ross and related families.

Subjects
Cheatwood
Chitwood
Crabtree
Duncan
Litton
Neal
Ray
Ross

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 C449c - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Winfield, Tenn.: H. & R. Chitwood, c1986 (Nashville, Tenn.: Williams Printing Company)

Physical
xii, 554 p.: ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps ports.

Subject Class
929.273 C449

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [1697282 Item 2]


Title
Evidences of the Litton-Litten families of York County before the year 1850

Stmnt.Resp.
Edith Beard Cannon, genealogist

Authors
Cannon, Edith Beard (Main Author)

Notes
Typescript (carbon copy).
Information was generally taken from York County (Pennsylvania) court records, county records, cemeteries, churches, newspapers, etc.
IN: Genealogical reports for the Historical Society of York County, v. 30 pt. 1, p. 79-82.

Subjects
Litton
Litten
Pennsylvania, York - Genealogy

Copies
Call Number - Location
974.841 D28g v. 30 pt. 1 - FHL US/CAN Large Q Book

Format
Manuscript (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
1944

Subject Class
974.841 D28

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1978. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [1036095 Item 6]


Title
History of Horine family and related families 1715-1962

Stmnt.Resp.
by Paul G. Horine and Irene Elizabeth Enger

Authors
Horine, Paul G (Main Author)
Enger, Irene Elizabeth (Added Author)

Notes
"Michael Horine, b. 175_ d. 1810, son of Frederick Horine I. (1) (b. 1715 d. 17__) was born in one of the German provinces bordering on the River Rhine. He with his two brothers, Jacob and George and two sisters came to America in the early 1770's. They are said to have landed in Baltimore and were supposed to have lived there for a time in Maryland (probably in Frederick County, where an earlier family of Horines had settled about 25 years before). Later it is probable that Michael lived in Pennsylvania for a time previous to his removal to Kentucky in 1780."--P. [1]. He purchased land in Jefferson and Fayette counties. In 1801 or 1802 the family moved to Missouri and purchased land Jefferson and Washington Counties. "Michael Horine was married in Maryland or Pennsylvania to Suzanna Chapel (b. 176_ d. 182_). He was killed in 1810 while on a hunting trip near Petosi, Washington, Missouri. Descendants lived in Missouri, Kentucky, Arkansas, Iowa, Michigan, Colorado, California and elsewhere.

Includes Amass, Applegate, Beghtol, Bellamy, Bennett, Bergland, Board, Bonner, Borrink, Briggs, Bryant, Buchanon, Buckley, Burns, Chalfin, Chamberlain, Clark, Collinson, Danner, Darlington, Day, Donnell, Doyen, Drury, Duckworth, Dunn, Easter, Edwards, Elliott, Ellison, Enger, Fisher, Flanagan, Foreman, Freeman, Funk, Gauen, Godat, Hardy, Harper, Hemker, Hermann, Hershon, Hinch, Hoag, Horene, Hughes, Icard, Jackson, Jacobs, James, Jenkins, Johnson, Keene, Kinnamon, Kuenster, Lane, LaPee, Lenahan, Litton, Long, Mackey, Mason, McDaniel, Metz, Miles, Milligan, Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Morrison, Murdick, Nichols, Nixon, Norton, Oliver, O'Neal, Page, Peters, Pollard, Pool, Poole, Rainer, Rupley, Sater, Sawyer, Schlagel, Shook, Simmonis, Smith, Steel, Stotsenberg, Stout, Stovall, Swafford, Truax, Turner, Ullman, Vansant, Warner, Webb, Welch, and related families.

Subjects
Addington
Amass
Applegate
Beghtol
Bellamy
Bennett
Bergland
Board
Bonner
Borrink
Briggs
Bryant
Buchanon
Buckley
Burns
Chalfin
Chamberlain
Collinson
Danner
Darlington
Day
Donnell
Doyen
Drury
Duckworth
Dunn
Easter
Edmonds
Elliott
Ellison
Enger
Fisher
Flanagan
Foreman
Freeman
Funk
Gauen
Godat
Hardy
Harper
Hemker
Hermann
Hershon
Hinch
Hoag
Horene
Horine
Hughes
Icard
Jackson
Jacob
James
Jenkins
Johnson
Keene
Kinnamon
Kuenster
Lane
LaPee
Lenahan
Litton
Long
Mackey
Mason
McDaniel
Metz
Miles
Milligan
Mitchell
Moore
Morgan
Morrison
Murdick
Nichols
Nixon
Norton
Oliver
O'Neal
Page
Peters
Pollard
Pool
Poole
Rainer
Rupley
Sater
Sawyer
Schlagel
Shook
Simmonis
Smith
Steel
Stotsenberg
Stout
Stovall
Swafford
Truax
Turner
Ullman
Vansant
Warner
Webb
Welch

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 H782h - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
[S.l.: s.n.], 1962

Physical
107 p.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [1321175 Item 3]


Title
Keys family Bible records, 1825-1915

Notes
Microfilm of photocopy of original records, 4 p., obituary, 1 p. and compiled family group sheets and pedigree charts, 7 p.
Richard Riley Keys (1825-1898) was a Cherokee Indian and married Amanda M. Keys (1828-1915). He died near Austin in Indian Territory.
Includes Litton and related families.

Subjects
Keys
Litton

Format
Manuscript

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2000

Physical
on 1 microfilm reel: 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Keys family Bible records - FHL US/CAN Film [1425141 Item 7]


Title
Keys family Bible records, 1825-1915

Notes
Microfilm of photocopy of original records, 4 p., obituary, 1 p. and compiled family group sheets and pedigree charts, 7 p.
Richard Riley Keys (1825-1898) was a Cherokee Indian and married Amanda M. Keys (1828-1915).
He died near Austin in Indian Territory.
Includes Litton and related families.

Subjects
Keys
Litton

Format
Manuscript

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2000

Physical
on 1 microfilm reel: 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Keys family Bible records - FHL US/CAN Film [1425141 Item 7]


Title
The Lytton-Litton-Litten family record

Stmnt.Resp.
Charles William Litten

Authors
Litten, Charles William (Main Author)

Notes
Microfilm of manuscript (made in Fargo, N. D., 1931).
The Litten family of England and the United States, about 1600-1931.

Subjects
Litton
Lytton

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1959

Physical
2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Letters and notes, etc. - FHL US/CAN Film [194380]
Family records - FHL US/CAN Film [194381]


Title
Samuel Billingsley and his ancestors

Stmnt.Resp.
Edward R. Hayes

Authors
Hayes, Edward R. (Edward Roy), 1920- (Main Author)

Notes
Cover title: Samuel Billingsley of Jefferson County, Iowa and his ancestors.
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1994. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.

Contents: v. 2. Samuel Billingsley and his ancestors: including families of Alderman, Bowles, Bowman, Cromwell, Doggett, Elliott, Garden, Gilbert, Heaton, Jones, Pickering, Prim, Reeves, Scarborough, Stackhouse and Strong.

John Billingsley (1587?-1659) of Shropshire, England moved to Holland in the 1630s, possibly for religious reasons. His children settled in Nansemond Co., Virginia about 1649. Descendants settled throughout Virginia, Maryland, Ohio, Iowa, Montana, et al. Samuel Billingsley (1852-1932) of Round Prairie Township, Jefferson Co., Iowa, married Mary Agnes Hulse (d. 1941) in 1875.

Includes indexes.

Includes Bethel, Bowers, Fickel, Hefling, Litton, Meldrum, Haworth, Doggett, Pickering, Scarborough, Strong, Stackhouse and related families.

Subjects
Billingsley
Bowers
Doggett
Haworth
Hefling
Litton
Meldrum
Pickering
Scarborough
Stackhouse
Strong

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 B598b - JSMB US/CAN Book
929.273 B598b v. 2 - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Des Moines: E.R. Hayes, 1992-1993

Physical
2 v.: ill., facsims., maps, ports.

Subject Class
929.273 B598

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
v. 1 - FHL US/CAN Film [1697947 Item 4]
v. 2 - FHL US/CAN Film [1697947 Item 3]


Title
Selvage family genealogy

Stmnt.Resp.
Charles J. and Virginia E. Selvage Peterson

Authors
Peterson, Charles J. (Main Author)
Peterson, Virginia E (Added Author)

Notes
Descendants of John Selvage (1800-1841) and his brother, Miles (1806-1888). John married Susan Klingler in 1820 in Batavia, Ohio and died in Clermont County, Ohio. Miles was born at Williamsburg, Whitley County, Kentucky. He married Mary Duncan before 1833 and later Mary A. Jones in 1881 at Scott County, Tennessee. He died in Whitley County, Kentucky. Descendants lived in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Kansas, Indiana, Nebraska, Colorado and elsewhere.

Includes Criscillies, Fisher, Lund, Gilreath, Litton, Kennelly, and related families.

Includes index.

Subjects
Criscillies
Fisher
Gilreath
Kennelly
Litton
Lund
Selvage

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 Se49p - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Columbia, Mo.: C.J. & V.E. Selvage Peterson, 1997

Physical
xii, 216 p.

Subject Class
929.273 Se49

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1999. on 1 microfilm reel; 16 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [1750869 Item 4]


Title
We travel with a mulitude: a history of the Hooper, Sharp, Adams, and Bonnifield families and twenty-five allied families, ca. 1700 to 1970: from England, Ireland, France, Germany and Italy to the United States

Stmnt.Resp.
by Virginia Sharp Hooper

Authors
Hooper, Virginia S. (Virginia Sharp), 1927- (Main Author)

Notes
Includes bibliographic references.
Includes index.

William Hope Hooper (1853-1909) married Mary Louise Dudley, and later they were divorced. In 1883 he married Mary Constance Carus-Wilson. He immigrated from England to Runnymede, Kansas in 1889, and sent for Mary Constance in 1890. A grandson, William Thornton Hope Hooper (b.1917), married (1) Wilma Grant and (2) Virginia Sharp in 1957, and had three sons by the second marriage. Descendants and relatives lived in Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Kentucky and elsewhere. Hooper ancestors lived in England and are shown back to the late 1700s. Sharp ancestors and relatives lived in Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and elsewhere.

Includes Adams, Ambrose, Antrobus, Bonnifield, Carswell, Cartmill, Carus, Carus-Wilson, Clifford, Davis, Geery, Hamilton, Helfer, Hooper, Hopes, Inskeep, Johnston, Kirkwood, Knight, Koontz, Litton, Mayo, Minear, Near, Petheram, Phillips, Purjue, Putnam, Rice, Scott, Sharp, Sisson, Stewart, Taliaferro, Taylor, Tennis, Thornton, Turner, Wiley, Wilson, Wright, and other related families.

"Permit to reproduce excerpts, with credit given, is granted."

Subjects
Adams
Ambrose
Antrobus
Bonnifield
Carswell
Cartmill
Carus
Carus-Wilson
Clifford
Davis
Geery
Hamilton
Helfer
Hooper
Hopes
Inskeep
Johnston
Kirkwood
Knight
Koontz
Litton
Mayo
Minear
Near
Petheram
Purjue
Putnam
Rice
Scott
Sharp
Sisson
Stewart
Taliaferro
Taylor
Tennis
Thornton
Turner
Wiley
Wilson
Wright

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 H766hv - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Calif.: V.S. Hooper, 1970

Physical
291 p.: ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [1321197 Item 7]
Another filming, 1987. - FHL US/CAN Film [1320560 Item 2]


Title
William Terry and his descendants

Stmnt.Resp.
by Daniel E. Terry

Authors
Terry, Daniel E. (Daniel Edward) (Main Author)

Notes
Includes index.
Includes information on the King, Litton, Roysden and Sandage families.

Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of William Terry who was born ca. 1724. He married Rachel Marson 3 February 1759. They lived in Scott Co., Tennessee and were the parents of two known children. William died ca. 1803. Descendants lived primarily in Tennessee.

Subjects
King
Litton
Roysden
Sandage
Terry

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 A1 no. 8304 - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs

Language
English

Publication
Toms River, N.J.: D. Terry, 1993

Physical
55 p

Subject Class
929.273 A1

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]

No film notes for this title.


Title
A history of Rebecca (Ryan) Schaeffer, 1789-1854 and Jonas Schaeffer, 1787-1850: and their descendants

Stmnt.Resp.
by Roger N. Ryan

Authors
Ryan, Roger N (Main Author)

Notes
Title from cover.
Includes index.

Includes information on the Alexander, Knupp, Litten, Pence and Riggleman families. Jonas Schaeffer was born 1787 and married Rebecca Ryan 19 March 1812 in Shenandoah County, Virginia and were the parents of nine children of which only five survived childhood. Descendants lived in many states but the majority lived in the Shenandoah Valley or within 100 miles of the old homeplace near Quicksburgh, Virginia.

Subjects
Alexander
Knupp
Litten
Pence
Riggleman
Schaeffer

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 Sch13r - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs

Language
English

Publication
[United States]: R.N. Ryan, [198-]

Physical
223 p.: ill., maps.

Subject Class
929.273 Sch13

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]

No film notes for this title.


Title
Josiah Parker Burton and his descendants

Stmnt.Resp.
by Mary Burton

Authors
Burton, Mary (Main Author)

Notes
Josiah Parker Burton was born September 21, 1821, in Monroe County, Indiana.

Includes Pitts, Litten, Hahn, Smith and allied families.

Subjects
Burton
Hahn
Litten
Pitts
Smith

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 B955b - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs

Language
English

Publication
[S.l.: s.n.], c1974

Physical
128 leaves: ill, geneal tables, ports.

Subject Class
929.273 B955

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]

No film notes for this title.


Title
Litten: family records

Notes
Microfilm of letters and family group sheets in the Spencer Owen Public Library, Spencer, Ind.

Subjects
Litten

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1982

Physical
on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Litten - FHL US/CAN Film [1313127 Item 18]


Title
By way of Rotterdam: a story of the life of Nicklaus Faust (Fass, Fast), his wife, Cadarina Margaretha Danner, and some of their descendants

Stmnt.Resp.
Wirt Gerry Faust

Authors
Faust, Wirt Gerry, 1886-1952 (Main Author)
McEwen, Mary Carter Faust, 1924- (Added Author)

Notes
Revision of the 1952 edition; revision by Mary Carter Faust McEwen, daughter of Wirt Gerry Faust.

Includes indexes (listing Fast, Fass and other variant spellings).

Nicklaus Faust (d.1818) married Cadarina Margaretha Danner and immigrated from Germany (via Rotterdam) to Washington (now Greene) County, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Texas, California, Oregon and elsewhere.

Includes Anderson, Bailey, Biddinger, Bowerize, Bowers, Bowyer, Boyce, Britton, Brown, Bryte, Carpenter, Chapman, Chorpening, Clark, Cleavenger, Coles, Cowperthwaite, Crawford, Curry, Dart, Davidson, Davis, De Armon, De Vault, Deakins, Delli-Gatti, Devers, Dhooge, Doty, Drury, Eberhart, Edick, Elliskon, Farrell, Faust, Feakins, Fluke, Fox, Franks, Freigend, Fry, Gaskins, Gibson, Girton, Graves, Grubb, Guise, Hager, Haley, Hall, Hamilton, Harden, Harr, Hartsel, Haslam, Hawkins, Heck, Heiskell, Henderson, Henderson, Hoiles, Houser, Huffman, Hulit, Hurst, Jackson, Jacobs, Jolliffe, Jones, Keener, Keyser, Landon, Linn, Lyman, Lytton, Malott, Martin, Mason, Miller, Mitchell, Mohler, Morgan, Morris, Mosier, Murphy, Myers, Nuding, Odle, Parker, Pence, Phillips, Prince, Pyle, Ray, Reed, Reeves, Rice, Roberts, Ross, Rudy, Sapp, Satterfield, Schrodt, Shaeffer, Shaw, Shuttleworth, Sigler, Silance, Simmons, Smith, Snyder, Spake, Springer, Stahl, Steiner, Stentz, Stove, Summers, Swisher, Tanner, Teppe, Theudium, Travis, Tuttle, Utt, Van Gilder, Vance, Vincent, Vulgamott, Walker, Ward, Watson, Weaver, White, Williams, Wilson, Wise, Woltz, Wymore, Young, and related families.

Related works: FAust/FOust family forum

Subjects
Anderson
Bailey
Biddinger
Bowerize
Bowers
Bowyer
Boyce
Britton
Brown
Bryte
Carpenter
Chapman
Chorpening
Clark
Cleavenger
Coles
Cowperthwaite
Crawford
Curry
Dart
Davidson
Davis
De Armon
De Vault
Deakins
Delli-Gatti
Devers
Dhooge
Doty
Drury
Eberhart
Edick
Ellison
Farrell
Fass
Fast
Faust
Feakins
Fluke
Fox
Franks
Freigend
Fry
Gaskin
Gibson
Girton
Graves
Grubb
Guise
Hager
Haley
Hall
Hamilton
Harden
Harr
Hartsel
Haslam
Hawkins
Heck
Heiskell
Henderson
Hoiles
Houser
Huffman
Hulit
Hurst
Jackson
Jacobs
Jolliffe
Jones
Keener
Keyser
Landon
Linn
Lyman
Lytton
Malott
Martin
Mason
Miller
Mitchell
Mohler
Morgan
Morris
Mosier
Murphy
Myers
Nuding
Odle
Parker
Pence
Phillips
Prince
Pyle
Ray
Reed
Reeves
Rice
Roberts
Ross
Rudy
Sapp
Satterfield
Schrodt
Shaeffer
Shaw
Shuttleworth
Sigler
Silance
Simmons
Smith
Snyder
Spake
Springer
Stahl
Steiner
Stentz
Stove
Summers
Swisher
Tanner
Teppe
Theudium
Travis
Tuttle
Utt
Van Gilder
Vance
Vincent
Vulgamott
Walker
Ward
Watson
Weaver
White
Williams
Wilson
Wise
Woltz
Wymore
Young

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 F275f - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Lakewood, Ohio: M.C.F. McEwen, 1976

Physical
460, 25 p.: port.

Subject Class
929.273 F275

References
(Related) FAust / FOust family forum

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [1321148 Item 2]


Title
Captain Henry Martin Beare (1760-1828): life, ancestry and descendants

Authors
Seabury, Samuel, 1873- (Main Author)
Beare, Henry Martin, 1650-1828 (Subject)

Notes
Includes index.

Includes Casey, Green, Lytton, Oliver, Seabury and related families.

Henry Martin Beare was born in Devonshire, England and served in the British navy. After retirement, he worked for the East India Company. He married twice, both times to Americans, and settled in New York City.

Subjects

Beare
Casey
Green
Lytton
Oliver
Seabury

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 B38s - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
New York [New York]: Lawyers Press, 1938

Physical
iii, 275 p., [24] leaves of plates: ill., col. coats of arms, facsims., map, ports.

Subject Class
929.273 B38

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [1035672 Item 19]


Title
A genealogy: [Joseph Paul Robles, Sr. and Mary Ann Garrison]

Stmnt.Resp.
compiled and edited by Eugene R. Lytton, Sr

Authors
Lytton, Eugene R. (Eugene Richard), b. 1930 (Main Author)

Notes
Cover title: John Paul Robles, Sr., Hispanic pioneer in Benton County, Florida, 1817-1907 ...

Joseph Paul Robles (1817-1907) was born at Malaga, Spain. He left his ship at Savannah, Georgia, in 1832 and migrated to Alachua County, Florida, in 1833. He married Mary Ann Garrison (1827-1886), daughter of Michael and Mary Zettrouer Garrison and a native of Effingham County, Georgia, in 1840. They had ten children, 1842-1869. Joseph and Mary Ann Robles died at Tampa, Florida. Record chiefly contains documentation about Joseph Paul Robles, his son, Joseph Paul Robels, Jr. (1847-1951) and their families. It traces line of descent to Mary Geraldine Griffin. She was born in 1936 at Miami, Florida, the daughter of Jerry Vasco and Daisy Nadine Childers Griffin and the granddaughter of Charles W. and Edith L. Robles Childers. She married Fred W. Lytton (b. 1934) in 1957 at Miami, Florida. They had three children, 1959-1966. Children and grandchildren live in Florida and elsewhere.

Subjects
Robles
Lytton

Copies
Call Number - Location
929.273 R571L - JSMB US/CAN Book

Format
Books/Monographs (With Film)

Language
English

Publication
Copperhill, Tenn.: E.R. Lytton, [199_]

Physical
116 leaves in various foliations.: ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

Subject Class
929.273 R571

Title Also Known As
Joseph Paul Robels, Sr., Hispanic pioneer in Benton County, Florida

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1999. on 1 microfilm reel; 35 mm. - FHL US/CAN Film [2055540 Item 20]


Title
The Lytton-Litton-Litten family record

Stmnt.Resp.
Charles William Litten

Authors
Litten, Charles William (Main Author)

Notes
Microfilm of manuscript (made in Fargo, N. D., 1931).
The Litten family of England and the United States, about 1600-1931.

Subjects
Litton
Lytton

Format
Manuscript (On Film)

Language
English

Publication
Salt Lake City [Utah]: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1959

Physical
2 microfilm reels; 35 mm.

Film Notes
Note - Location [Film]
Letters and notes, etc. - FHL US/CAN Film [194380]
Family records - FHL US/CAN Film [194381]


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