[S1] Private genealogicial collection
[S2] Verbal history, family tradition, etc.
[S3] The fact was given by this individual, to me directly, either verbally or written.
[S4] Verbal or written.
[S5] The Social Security Death Index
[S6] Van Bunschoten Or Van Benschoten Family In America.
1st printed in 1907
To purchase, contact: Rith Fink, 421 Cornwell, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420, or Catherine W. Birth, RD#1 Box 113, Hunlock Creek, PA 18621.
Name can be either Van Bunschoten or Van Benschoten. Latter is now used.
[S16] LDS Database
[S18] Rapalje Rasters
[S19] The Trail of the Huguenots
[S20] New York Genealogical & Biographical Record
[S23] Documents Relating to the Colonial History of New
Jersey, vol. 32
[S36] Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County,
Long Island, NY by Teunis Bergen
[S43] Documents Relating to the Colonial history of New
Jersey, vol. 32 Calendar of Wills 1730-1750
[S44] NYG&B Record
[S46] Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Famillies
[S56] Ulster County (NY) Probate Records
[S57] Documents Relating to the Colonial History of New
Jersey, vol. 22
[S62] Letters to Normal School: 1899-1900
This is a series of letters written to her sister Gertrude while she was at normal school in Peru, NE. The rest of the family was still residing in Omaha, Nebraska.
[S63] David L. Dickman
[S64] New Netherlands Connections
[S66] International Genealogical Index
[S67] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York Marriages Dec 11, 1639 - Aug 26, 1861
[S69] Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York,
[S70] Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York
[S72] Written by Mrs. Helen Birdsall Brown so she could join DAR
[S73] Elting Association Genealogist
He cites as a primary source: Heidgerd's Family History
[S74] Cleveland Family Genealogy
[S75] Verbal family history
[S77] Personal research, source not cited.
[S78] Genealogical Research in England 1932
(Ask SMD for details on source)
[S79] Hull Family in America
(Ask SMD for source info)
[S81] History and Genealogy of the Families of Old
OLD FAIRFIELD, History and Genealogy of the Families of With Additions and Corrections from The American Genealogist. By Donald Lines Jacobus. 3 vols. 2,051 pp., indexed. (1930-32), repr. Balto., 1991.
From an on-line review: Jacobus's Families of Old Fairfield is the ultimate authority on the ancestry and relationships of approximately 50,000 residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut. It is a vast compendium of family history, meticulously developed from original sources, and in every way an accurate reflection of the investigative genius of its celebrated author. As genealogical collections go, it is a perfect model. Each family history commences with the original 17th-century settler and is brought down, in most cases, to the early decades of the 19th century. The accumulated data is further enhanced by abstracts of land and probate records, the effect of which is to add still more weight to the already overwhelming evidence. Throughout, families are arranged in alphabetical order. Children are carried forward as heads of families in leap-frog fashion, and everyone mentioned whose name does not occur in normal sequence under the appropriate family history is identified in the index. Wherever possible, women are indexed under their maiden names.
[S82] New England Genealogical Directory
[S84] History of Deerfield
[S85] The English Ancestry of William Stougton
[S87] Personal Genealogical Research
[S88] History of Delaware County, NY
[S90] New Burt Book
[S91] By reading the stones 1980-1986
[S92] Vital Statistics-Delaware County, NY
[S93] Genealogical notes
[S94] US Census
[S95] US Census
[S96] US Census
[S97] US Census
[S98] Genealogical Dict. of NE
[S99] Families of Early Milford, Connecticut
[S101] US Census
[S102] Genealogical Records of Henry and Ulalia Burt,
the emigrants, who early settled at Springfield, Mass., and their descendants
through nine generations, from 1640 to 1891.
[S103] Descendants of Henry Burt
[S104] Early days in New England. Life and times of Henry Burt of Springfield and some of his descendants.
[S107] Historical and Statistical Gazetteer of New York State
[S110] Genealogical Notes
[S112] As the River Runs
[S114] Oral tradition
[S115] Dickman Family History (MSS)
[S117] REED AND RELATED FAMILIES
Peoria County Area
[S118] Verbal tradition, family notes, etc.
[S119] Danbury Probate Records
[S120] Gertrude Brader Malkmus
[S121] Family History Library
[S122] Chris Wanamaker
[S123] Sandra Vermilya Todd's personal genealogical research.
[S124] Arkville Cemetery, Arkville, Delaware, NY
[S125] Kelvin Kean
[S126] Ancestral Lines Revised
[S127] Newspaper Clipping
[S128] Obituary from Clinton, MA paper: Mrs. Bertha Trott, 78
[S129] History and Genealogy of the Gove Family
Colon S. Morrison, of Perry, ME quoted this as a source in a letter to Jim Trott, Ft. Benton, MT in 1970.
[S130] Vital Statistics: Perry, Washington, ME
[S131] Genealogical Research
[S132] US Census 1800
[S133] Funeral Card
[S134] L Schultze
[S135] Vital Statistics; Town of Middletown, Delaware, NY
[S136] Personal research, no sources quoted
[S137] David Christian Beck
[S138] From "the Descriptive Book of the 144th Regiment, US"
[S139] Application of Esther S. Rowe for Letters of Administration of the Estate of Charles D. Rowe
[S140] Connecticut Historical Notices, 1842
[S142] Personal Genealogical Research
[S143] The following is from a
"Shakespeare Birthday Book" that
belonged to my grandmother, Augusta Marie Rowe Dickman. The [bracketed] names
data was added from other records. None of the family members had years
entered; I have added them to the best of my ability.
[S144] Personal Research
[S145] Personal research
[S146] Judi and Jack Lemen's 1995 Christmas letter
[S147] Personal Research
[S149] The Compendium of American Genealogy; The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America; vol. VII
[S150] Thomas Sanford, The Emigrant to New England; Ancestry, Life and Descendants; 1632-4; Sketches of Four Other Pioneer Sanfords and some of their descendants in appendix, with many illustrations. (Two Volumes)
[S151] Directory of the Ancestral Heads of NE Families, 1620-1700
[S153] New Haven Probate Records, Book 7
[S155] From a Brader Family Bible, transcribed by ?; Provided by Judi Hansen Lemen
[S158] Personal Research of Mary P. Nielsen
[S187] Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2,
Ed. 3, Social Security
Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with O, Date of Import: 1 Feb 1996, Internal Ref. #126.96.36.199624.17
[S201] Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with D, Date of Import: 2 Feb 1996, Internal Ref. #188.8.131.52429.48
[S219] Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with J, Date of Import: 1 Feb 1996, Internal Ref. #184.108.40.206863.75
[S223] Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 3, Social Security Records: U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with J, Date of Import: 1 Feb 1996, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11864.36
[S248] Birth certificate for Margaret
[S249] Birth certificate for Brian
[S250] Birth certificate for Brigid
[S251] Barbour Collection, State Library, Hartford, CT
[S252] Connecticut Church Records
[S253] More About the Hill [Greenfield Hill, Fairfield, CT]
[S254] New England Historical & Genealogical Register
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