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LDS US/CAN Film #1033512 item 1 and 1303175
The Genealogy of William Coleman of Gloucester, Mass., and Gravesend, England, 1619-1906. By James Cash Coleman. 1906. Microreproduction of book published: Goshen, N.Y. : Press of the Independent Republican, c1906. 240 p., [24] leaves of plates: ill., facsims., ports. William Coleman (1619-1680) immigrated from England to Gloucester, Massachusetts in 1635, and married twice. Descendants lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Ohio, Michigan, Kansas and elsewhere. Includes indexes. Includes Barton, Eggleston, Mapes, Mills, Vail, Wells and related families.

LDS Book 929.273 Eg35eg
Some Descendents of Bygod Eggleston of Yorkshire, England and Windsor, Connecticut. By George T. Eggleston. Sarasota, Fla. : J. & G. Printers, c1981. 40 p., [3] pages of plates : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, ports. Bygod Eggleston (the name is spelled several ways) was born in 1587 in Settrington, Yorkshire, England and emigrated to Dorchester, Mass. in 1630, eventually settling in Windsor, Conn. where he died in 1674. Includes some information on early Windsor settlers. Includes Eggleston, White, and Pierson families.

LDS US/CAN Fiche 6055368
Eggleston notes. Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec.1962)

Annual. Microreproduction of periodical published: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho : M.A. Parsons, 1962-1964. Editor: Milton A. Parsons. Numbers for 1962-1963 issued without numbering. Periodical for the collection and interchange of family history and genealogical data about Eggleston individuals and families within the United States, with some data about ancestors in England. Bigod Eggleston (1586-1674) and two of his sons immigrated from England to Windsor, Connecticut; he married three times (twice in England). Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and elsewhere. Includes transcripts and extracts from local, county, state, and federal sources (town records, cemeteries, vital records, census, etc.). Includes Eagleston, Eagleton, Egleston, Eglestone, Eglerton, Eglinton, Eggliston, Egleton, Eggleson, Eccleston and other variant spellings. Includes Bement, Brown, Denslow, Disborough, Loomis, Osborn (Osborne), Pettibone, Talcott, Wixom and related families.

LDS US/CAN Book AREA 929.273 Eg35er
Bygod Eggleston, Englishman and Colonist and Some of His Descendants. By Rosalie Eggleston and Linda Eggleston McBroom. Toledo, Ohio: Mary and John Clearinghouse, 1991. 137 p. : ill., facsims. Bygod Eggleston was born in England in 1586. He came to America in 1630. Four generations of his descendants are traced. Includes index.

LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 Eg35w
LDS US/CAN Film #0928077 item 1
LDS US/CAN Film #0896576 item 3

Our Eggleston and Allied Families. Compiled by Elsie Eggleston Kempton and Ione Eggleston Ward. Saginaw, Mich. : E.E. Kempton, 1975. 126 p. : ill., facsims., map. Reproduced from typescript (photocopy). Chiefly family group sheets. Some ancestors, relatives, and descendants of Oscar Perry Eggleston. He was born in 1861 at Litchfield, Michigan, the son of David Emery Eggleston (1839-1918) and Anna Buck Anderews Eggleston (1842-1906). He married Florence Hadley (1865-1896) in 1886 at Concord, Michigan. They had two daughters, 1887-1891, born at Litchfield. He married 2) Mrs. Addie Slaytor Chestnut, widow of Andy Chestnut. They had a son born in 1910 at Hillsdale, Michigan. He died at Hillsdale and was born in the Mt. Hope Cemetery, Litchifeld, Michigan. Descendants listed lived in Michigan and elsewhere. Descendants include: Beggot Eggleston (1586-1671) of Yorkshire, England, and Windsor, Connecticut -- Corp. William Graham (1756-1824), a Revolutionary War soldier, of Massachusetts and Saratoga County, New York -- John Cheney (d. 1666) of England and Roxbury and Ipwich, Massachusetts. Includes index. Includes as a supplement, at the end of the book: A branch of the Eggleston family (and their descendants) : family charts (direct genetic lineage) / H. [Howard] Miller, 1975. Howard Miller (1900-1975) was born at Saratoga Springs, New York, the son of Lelah Eggleston Miller (1876-1928) and Robert I. Miller (1881-1912). He married Pearl Weaver (1909-1961) in 1928 at Renssalaer, New York. They had three children, 1929-1940, born in Albany County, New York. Record traces Eggleston ancestors back to Beggot Eggleston (1586-1671). Record includes its own index.

LDS US/CAN Film #1321005 item 9, #1321006 and #1321007 item 1-2
Maud May Babcock Estate: Patron Research Fund Account A-28. Microfilm made of manuscript collection (ca.2300 leaves in 12 v.); collection donated by BYU Genealogical Research Center, Provo, Utah. Ancestry and relatives, ca.1080-1920s, of Maud May Babcock (b.1867), who was born in Worcester, Otsego County, New York. She was a daughter of William Wayne Babcock (1842-1932) and Sarah Jane Bulter. Ancestors and relatives lived chiefly in Ohio, New York, New England and elsewhere. Includes ancestors in England; Pt. 1. Calendars and research finds: Babcock, Wyatt, Gallup, Gore, Giddings, Andrews, Vose, Norton. Pt. 2. Roberts, Stewart (Stuart), Wedmore; Pt. 3. Babcock (Badcock), Eggleston; Pt. 4. Norton, Hull, Odell, Wyatt, Elliott, Clark (Clarke), Butler; Pt. 5. Hull, Wetmore, Rockwell, Thurber; Pt. 6. Thurber, Hull, Barton; Pt. 7. Butler, Odell, Lyman, Elliott; Pt. 8. Research findings: Hull, Thurber; Pt. 9. Thurber, Ward, Clark, Ambrose (Ambross); Pt. 10. Research correspondence: Thurber; Pt. 11. Billings, Clark, Eggleston, Hungerford; Pt. 12. Clark, Thurber, Andrews, Billings, Hungerford, Vose, Wyatt.

LDS US/CAN Film #1321109 item 4
LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 B279o

The Barrows Family (Barrass, Barrus) of Saratoga County, New York, 1790-1860. Compiled by R. L. Olson. Lodi, Calif. : R. L. Olson, 1983. 79 leaves : geneal. tables. Calvin Barrows/Barras/Barrass/Baris/Barrus (1785-1827) was married in 1806 to Catherine Hoyt. He was a descendant of Robert Barrows (b. ca 1643-1707) of Yarmouth, England, who married Lydia Dunham and died in Plymouth, Mass. One group of descendants settled in Saratoga County, New York. (includes Bailey, Dunham, Eggleston, Eighmey, Hoyt/Hait and related families.

LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 W379o
LDS US/CAN Film #1698194 item 23

Our Weaver Cousins: Ancestry of Samuel Stanton Weaver 1793-1857 and His Wife Lucy Billings Palmer Weaver 1798-1851 with Some of Their Descendants and Related Families. Compiled by Lephia French Oncley. Ann Arbor, Mich : L.F. Oncley, c1995 (Decorah, Iowa: Anundsen Publishing). 1995. xii, 244 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports. Samuel Stanton Weaver was born March 12, 1793 in Stonington, Connecticut. He was the son of Lodowick Weaver and Mary Brown. He married Lucy Billings Palmer May 11, 1817 in Pharsalia, New York. She was the daughter of Eliakim Palmer and Priscilla Swan. Samuel and Lucy had ten children. They moved to Ohio where Samuel died in 1857 in Delaware County. Descendants and relatives lived in Ohio, Iowa, Michigan, Kansas, Oregon and elsewhere. Includes index. Includes Avery, Denison, Eggleston and related families.

LDS US/CAN Book 929.273 L515r
LDS Fiche #6101299 (4 fiches)

Our Family Tree: One Family's Line of Descent from Our Founding Fathers, Bigod Eggleston, Thomas Hooker, Joseph Kellogg, Walter Lee, Thomas Loomis, Thomas Nash, William Peck, George Phelps, William Phelps, Francis Purdy, Samuel Stone, Richard Treat, Gov. John Webster, Stephen Terry and .... By Deborah Rothery. Portland, Oregon : D.E. Rothery, c1990. 101, 35, 22, 5 p., [21] leaves.: ill., chiefly geneal. tables, maps, ports. Robert Howard Lee Jr. married Kathryn Franc Bircket in Oregon and raised a family in the Northwestern United States. Ancestors and relatives lived in Oregon, Washington, New England, California, Alabama, New Jersey, Wisconson, New York, and elsewhere. Includes bibliographic references. Includes indexes. Includes Lee, Eggleston, Hooker, Kellogg, Nash, Peck, Phelps, and related families.

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