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Colonial Genealogist #36
Published as The Colonial Genealogist Vol. X, No. 2, Apr. 1980, 48pp. Bible Record of Lewis Sampson and Folly Mary Weston of Mexico, New York, (A Mayflower Ancestry) by Esther Rancier North Carolina Records: Marriage Bonds and Land Records by Sheila Spencer Stover, MAS Colonial Daughters of Lancaster County, Virginia and The Men They Married (Part I) by Dollye McAlister Elliott, FAS/hc Contents of Volumes I–IX of The Colonial Genealogist Queries, surname interest listings, reviews and notices of publications, news and notes, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #37
Published as The Colonial Genealogist Vol. X, No. 3, Jan. 1981, 62pp. The Reverend Ezekiel Rogers of Rowley, Massachusetts by Dorothy M. Johns, FAS, OAA Circumstantial Evidence that Jane Bristow (1736–1813) was the wife of Thomas Greenwood (1736–1811), both of Middlesex and Mecklenburg Counties, Virginia by Arden H. Brame, Jr. II, KCR, OAE A Partial Listing of the Palatine Families of New York by Henry Z. Jones, Jr. Colonial Daughters of Lancaster County, Virginia, and the Men They Married (continued) by Dollye McAluster Elliott, FAS/hc Genealogical References from the Journal of Peleg Burroughs, 1780–1786, for the year 1781 (continued) contributed by Alice Bates Kline The First Settlers of the Mohawk Valley; New York, 1720–1772 by Francis Whiting Halsey (from The Old New York Frontier) Reviews and Notices of Publications Queries, surname interest listings, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #38
Published as The Colonial Genealogist Vol. X, No. 4, 1981, 41pp. Gresley of Drakelow in American Colonial Lineages by Robert Joseph Curfman, MA, FAS/hc Burton-Allen/Hatcher Anthology by Glenn M. Turnell, FAS Families of... submitted by M.M. Bicket Rancier-Ransier-Rantzir’s of New York & Canada: A Founding German Loyalist Family, Part I, by Esther Rancier and Ronald Ransier Wagon Train to Washington Territory by Dollye McAlister Elliott, FAS/hc Queries, surname interest listings, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #39
Published as The Colonial Genealogist Vol. XI, Nos. 1–2, Issues #39–40, 1982, 67pp. Circumstantial Evidence for Two Previously Unknown Daughters of Walter Chiles (1699–ca.1766) of SW Caroline County, Virginia, with Remarks on the First English Record of Walter Chiles (I) (1608–1653) by Arden H. Brame, Jr. II, KCR, OAE Circumstantial Evidence that Three Chiles, Children of Henry Chiles (d. 1718/19) and Mary, married Three Terrells, Children of William Terrell and Susannah, of Caroline County, Virginia and Vicinity by Mildred O. Eubank, BA, MA, MAS Rancier-Ransier-Rantzir’s of New York & Canada: A Founding German Loyalist Family (Part II) by Esther Rancier and Ronald Ransier The Old New York Frontier: Men Who came from New England 1783–1800 by Francis Whiting Halsey Some Preliminary Notes on the Northup Family of Rhode Island by Esther Rancier and Mrs. Robert E. Northup A Chronology of Colonial Migrations, by Rodney Hartwell The Yale Descent from Chief Justice Belknap through Hampdens, including the Fiennes, Burgh and Other Connections by Robert Joseph Curfman, MA, FAS/hc Ancestral Lines, Requests for Comments: LaBar, Long, Berk, Golden, Short, Dugan, Carstens, Hampsher Ashley, Markwith, Small How-Howe, Ashley, Markwith Bolton, Ashley Reviews and Publications Received Queries, surname interest listings, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #41
Published as The Colonial Genealogist (XI:3-4) Issue #41–42, 1983, 96pp. “The Yorkshire Background of the Boyntons of Rowley” by Robert Joseph Curfman, MA, FAS/hc, FSO Appendix: Conyers of Ormesby and Hornby and Percy of Kildale and Orinesby Notes References Biographical Sketches: “Capt. Christopher Clark and Penelope Johnson Clark of Virginia” by Bernard Schaaf, MD, FACS Christopher Clark: References Penelope Johnson Clark and References “Some Preliminary Notes on the Northup Family of Rhode Island” (concluded) by Esther Rancier and Mrs. Robert E. Northup Ancestral Lines, Requests for Comments: Wetherbee of Massachusetts Bradford of Massachusetts Ragsdale of Virginia Queries, Surname Interest Listings, Editorial, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #43
Published as The Colonial Genealogist (XII:1-2), Issues #43–44, 1984, 104pp. “The Circumstantial Evidence Leading to A Possible Solution to the ‘Palmer-Paddock Puzzle’ and Other Puzzling Events in Early Plymouth Colony” by Carlton A. Palmer, FAS “The Daughter of Francis Makemie” by Nora Miller Turman and Gladys Lee Hamilton “McAlister Families of Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky” by Dollye McAlister Elliott, FAS/hc “Biographical Sketch of William Drennan of Pendleton District, South Carolina” by Bernard Schaaf, MD “Andrew McCormick Descendants in Missouri, Kentucky, and Texas Colonies, including John Rufus Alexander, Last Survivor of the Mier Expedition 1842–3” by Robert Joseph Curfman, FAS/hc, FSO “Further Notes regarding ‘The Yorkshire Background of the Boyntons of Rowley’” by Robert Joseph Curfman, FAS/hc, FSO Ancestral Lines: Brownell, by Mary Hungerford Reid Thompson, by Mary Hungerford Reid Garrison, by Rod Hartwell Queries, Surname Interest Listings, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #47
Published as The Colonial Genealogist (XIII:1) issue #47 within The Augustan Society Omnibus Book Eight, 1986, 22pp (73–94), including: New Information About the Ancestry of Austin Kilham/Killam of Dedham and Wendham, Massachusetts; by Sheila Spencer Stover, FAS Mohammed's American Progeny Reconsidered; by Charles Recker, FSO The Johnson Stones: William Attwood of Bristol, Merchant, and Sir John Duddlestone, Baronet; by Nathaniel Mason Pawlett Americans in Australia The Skaggs Family Cherokee Puzzle; by Karen P. Neuforth, MAS Ancestry of Ann Burton Stovall to William Hatcher, Burgess; by James Thomas McConnell, FSO, SDLKJ, ODI, OC Queries, surname interest listings, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #48
Published as part of The Augustan Society Omnibus Book 9, 1988, 22pp (91–112), including: Maternal Lines of the Presidents (An Overview), by Charles Recker, FSO, MAS Jurian Hartsfelder: America's First Hartsfield, by James Thomas McConnell, FSO, SDLKJ, ODI, OC The William Palmers of Plymouth Colony Revisited: The Two Wives of William Palmer Jr. (2): Another Version, by Carlton A. Palmer, Jr. Introducing a New Study Group: Colonial Witches and Witchcraft Study Group, by Rodney Hartwell Queries, surname interest listings, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #49
Published as part of The Augustan Society Omnibus Book 10, 1989, 22pp (73–94) Dungan Royal Ancestry? by Burrell C. Lawson Mauser: Early Settlers of Lincoln (now Catawba) County, North Carolina, by Karen P. Neuforth, FSO, MAS Wicca Study Circle, Colonial Witches and Witchcraft Study Group Ancestry of Sarah Sims Hartsfield to Edward III, King of England, by James T. McConnell, FSO, SDLKJ, ODI, OC Whither Goest Thou—Beatrice? by Chris Velline, FAS, FSO Lineage Problems: Adrian and variations Williams-Deane-White-Briggs Queries, surnames, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #50
Published as part of The Augustan Society Omnibus Book 11, 1990, 22pp (73–94) Early American Aristocracy, by William D. Setzekorn, FAS The Hereditary Order of the First Families of Massachusetts, by Dr. Roswell Levi Atwood The Treatment of Indians in Pennsylvania, by Lt.Col. Oscar H. Stroh, FAS The Old Red Mill and David McKinney, Clinton, New Jersey, by Patricia Kirkwood, FAS Queries, surnames, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #51
Published as Colonial Genealogist issue #51 in The Augustan Society Omnibus Book 12, 1990, 20pp (69–88), including: Native Americans: A Beginning Series: Remnants "What Does an Indian Look Like?" "They Would Make Fine Servants" by William L. Bird III with Sheila Spencer Stover, FAS Wicca Study Circle & Colonial Witches and Witchcraft Study Group Colonel Nathaniel Littleton (1605–1654) of Virginia's Eastern Shore; by Evelyn Jackson Tubbs Metzler, FAS A Captain from Salem; by Evelyn Jackson Tubbs Metzler, FAS Queries and Surname Interest Listings: Policies and Procedures Colonial queries, colonial surname interest listings, etc.
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Colonial Genealogist #52
Published as The Colonial Genealogist issue #52 in The Augustan Society Omnibus Book 13, 1993, 16pp (66–81) The Muncy Family, by Evelyn Jackson Tubbs Metzler, OAE Native Americans, A Continuing Series, by William L. Byrd III with Sheila Spencer Stover: "We Are Indians" "Was Great Grandma White?" Grave of Calvert Believed Found The One and Only Peter Mountague (1603–1659) of Warfield, Berkshire, England and Nansemond, Isle of Wight, and Lancaster Counties, Virginia, by Arden H. Brame, Jr. II, OAE The Order of the First Families of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Wicca Study Circle & Colonial Witches and Witchcraft Study Group Salem to Celebrate 300 Years Rhode Island Group to Be Tax-Exempt as legitimate Religious Group Winter Solstice Evokes Ancient Pagan Traditions Queries, surname interest listings
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