Grimshaws in Heritage Quest

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Heritage Quest Online is a searchable online database that contains a great deal of family history and related information. The database is described on the Heritage Quest website; this description is provided at the bottom of this webpage. A search of the database for “Grimshaw” resulted in 200 entries. The references for these entries are shown on this webpage. Many of the entries provided information that is utilized on other webpages on this website; the entries are cited where referenced.


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References in Heritage Quest Online with Grimshaw Information

As noted, a search of the Heritage Quest returned 200 references that contain Grimshaw information. These 200 references are show below.

1. Trappes-Lomax, Richard, A history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. Lancaster, Manchester: Printed for the Chetham Society, 1926, 196 pgs.

2. Hamilton, Everard, Hamilton memoirs, being historical and genealogical notices of a branch of that family which settled in Ireland in the reign of King James I.: Dundalk Ireland, W. Tempest, Dundalgan Press, 1920, 80 pgs.

3. Williams, Pascoe W., The Helmer family, Philip Helmer (the pioneer) and his descendants: St. Johnsville, N.: unknown, 1932?, 190 pgs.

4. Letherman, I. John, All Leatherman kin history: a brief history and genealogical record of Leatherman families and their descendants in the North American continent, with records of wills, transfers of real estate, and special activities in the lives of some of the subjects, with portraits and other illustratios: Nappanee, Ind. E. Pub. House, 1940, 1166 pgs.

5. Crum, Ferris B., A Crum family in America: historical information, genealogical data, coat of arms, biographies: typescript,: 1965, 446 pgs. Typescript (duplicated copy); concerns genealogy of the Crum Family in America.

6. Robinson, Caroline E., The Gardiners of Narragansett: being a genealogy of the descendants of George Gardiner the colonist, 1638: Providence: Printed for the editor, 1919, 322 pgs.

7. Bakewell, B. G., The family book of Bakewell, Page, Campbell: being some account of the descendants of John Bakewell, of Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England, born in 1638: Benjamin Page, born in 1765, at Norwich, England: William Campbell, born July 1, 1766, at Mauchline, Ayrshire, Scotland: John Harding, of Leicester: Pittsburgh: W. Johnston & Co. printers and stationers, 1896, 112 pgs.

8. Tristram, H. B., Records of the family of Burdon, of Castle Eden, county of Durham: with a pedigree: England: Priv. print. 1902, 48 pgs.

9. Grimshawe, T. S., A memoir of the Rev. Legh Richmond, A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, and chaplain to His Royal Highness, the late Duke of Kent: London: R. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1834, 469 pgs.

10. Hearne, William T., Brief history and genealogy of the Hearne family: from A. 1066 when they went from Normandy with William the Conqueror over to England, down to 1680, when William Hearne the London merchant came to America, and on down to A. 1907: Independence, Mo. Press of Examiner Print. Co. 1907, 765 pgs. 11. Davis, Harry Alexander, The Billingsley family (Billingsly-Billingslea) in America: Washington, D. unknown, 1936, 982 pgs.

12. Curtis, Harlow Dunham, The descendants of Thomas (5) Buell: pioneer in Madison County, New York: a new experiment in consanguinity: Portland, Or. N. Buell, 1956, 348 pgs.

13. Bull, James H., Record of the descendants of John and Elizabeth Bull, early settlers in Pennsylvania: San Francisco, Calif. Shannon-Conmy, 1919, 387 pgs.

14. Flanders, Louis W., Simeon Ide, yeoman, freeman, pioneer printer: Rutland, Vt. The Tuttle Co. 1931, 360 pgs.

15. Stern, Cyrus, Our kindred: the McFarlan and Stern families of Chester County, Pa. and New Castle County, Del. in two parts. Westchester, Pa. unknown, 1885, 213 pgs.

16. Foote, Nathaniel, William Knox of Blandford, Mass. a record of the births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants: Rochester, N. unknown, 1926, 302 pgs.

17. Fulham, Volney Sewall, The Fulham genealogy: with index of names and blanks for records: Burlington Vt. Free Press Print. Co. 1910, c1909, 301 pgs.

18. Anonymous, Genealogical and memorial history of the state of New Jersey: a book of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation: New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co. 1910, 1962 pgs.

19. Anonymous, Ballenger & Richards twenty-fourth annual Denver city directory: containing a complete list of the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc. in the city of Denver for 1896. Denver, Colo. Ballenger & Richards, c1896, 1356 pgs.

20. Reed, John Elmer., History of Erie County, Pennsylvania: Topeka: Historical Pub. Co. 1925, 1396 pgs.

21. Anonymous, History of the Republican Party in Ohio: Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co. 1898, 1579 pgs.

22. Anonymous, The Leeds directory for the year 1798: containing an alphabetical list of the corporation, clergy, merchants, professors of the law and physic, manufacturers, traders, &c. also particulars of the mail and other coaches, waggons, and the navigation barges, by which goods and merchandize are conveyed from this town to various parts of the kingdom: particulars of the coming in and going out of the posts, &c. &c. Leeds?: unknown, 1893, 103 pgs.

23. Parson, William., General and commercial directory of the borough of Leeds: with some of the principal neighbouring towns and villages, accompanied by a list of the streets and public institutions in Leeds: Leeds: At the Mercury Office by E. Baines,: unknown, 1826, 408 pgs.

24. Benedict, G. G., Army life in Virginia: letters from the Twelfth Vermont Regiment and personal experiences of volunteer service in the War for the Union, 1862-63: Burlington: Free Press Association, 1895, 207 pgs.

25. Fifer, C. Arthur., Do you remember?: Quincy, Ill. unknown, 1951, 153 pgs.

26. Thompson, Jess M., The Jess M. Thompson Pike County history: as printed in installments in the Pike County republican, Pittsfield, Illinois, 1935-1939. Pittsfield, Ill. Pike County Historical Society, 1967, 582 pgs.

27. Landrum, Carl A., Quincy in the Civil War: a view of the great conflict as seen through the eyes of a Quincy historian: Quincy, Ill. Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County?, 1966, 153 pgs.

28. Litvin, Martin., Voices of the prairie land: Galesburg, Ill. Mother Bickerdyke Historical Collection, 1972, 781 pgs.

29. Outcalt, John., History of Merced County, California: with a biographical review of the leading men and women of the county who have been identified with its growth and development from the early days to the present: Los Angeles, Calif. Historic Record Co. 1925, 903 pgs.

30. Anonymous, The registers of St. Michael le Belfry, York: Leeds?: Priv. print. for the Yorkshire Parish Register Society, 1899-1901, 674 pgs.

31. Purcell, Mae Fisher., History of Contra Costa County: Berkeley, Calif. Gillick Press, 1940, 742 pgs.

32. Anonymous, History of Mower County, Minnesota: together with sketches of its towns, villages, and townships, educational, civil, military and political history, portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of representative citizens: history of Minnesota, embracing accounts of the prehistoric races, and a brief review of its civil and military history: Mankato, Minn. Free Press Pub. House, 1884, 608 pgs.

33. Pennypacker, Morton, Payne and East Hampton: evidence by Long Island residents who believed that author was born there. unknown: unknown, 1939?, 48 pgs.

34. Anonymous, The registers of the parish church of Brantingham, East Yorkshire: 1653-1812: England: Priv. print. for the Yorkshire Parish Register Society, 1902, 124 pgs.

35. Anonymous, The registers of the Parish Church of Chorley, in the county of Lancaster, 1548-1653: Cambridge: Printed for the Lancashire Parish Register Society by J. Clay at the University Press, 1910, 178 pgs.

36. Anonymous, Abstracts of probate acts in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury: London: unknown, 1902-1926, 3095 pgs.

37. Anonymous, Calendars of Lincoln wills: London: British Record Society, 1902-1930, 1547 pgs.

38. Anonymous, A calendar of chancery proceedings: bills and answers filed in the reign of King Charles the First: London: C. Clark ;, 1889-1896, 978 pgs.

39. Anonymous, West Bay City directory for 1890-91: embracing a complete alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens, a classified list of all trades, professions, and pursuits, a directory of the city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, also a street directory and a map of Bay City, West Bay City and Essexville. Detroit, Mich. R. Polk & Co. c1890, 191 pgs.

40. Anonymous, Colorado state business directory: with Colorado mining directory and Colorado wool growers directory departments, 1885. Denver, Colo. J. Ives & Co. 1885, 584 pgs.

41. Anonymous, R. Polk & Co. s St. Paul city directory, 1909: comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, an entire new map of St. Paul with an improved street directory, a miscellaneous directory, city and county officers, terms of court, public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, secret and benevolent societies: a review of the progress of the city, etc. and a complete classified business directory. St. Paul, Minn. R. Polk & Co. 1909, 2065 pgs.

42. Anonymous, R. Polk & Co. s St. Paul city directory, 1904: comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens, an entire new map of St. Paul with an improved street directory, a miscellaneous directory, city and county officers, terms of court, public and private schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, secret and benevolent societies: a review of the progress of the city, etc. and a complete classified business directory. St. Paul, Minn. R. Polk & Co. c1904, 2015 pgs.

43. Miller, John, A twentieth century history of Erie County, Pennsylvania: a narrative account of its historical progress, its people and its principal interests: Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co. 1909, 1709 pgs.

44. Browning, Orville Hickman, The diary of Orville Hickman Browning. 1850-1864: Springfield, Ill. Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1925, 736 pgs.

45. Anonymous, The Constitutional debates of 1847: Springfield, Ill. Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1919, 1050 pgs.

46. Massie, M. D., Past and present of Pike County, Illinois: Chicago: S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1906, 743 pgs.

47. Powell, Esther Weygandt, Tombstone inscriptions & family records of Jefferson County, Ohio: Akron, Ohio: E. Powell, 1968, 250 pgs.

48. Anonymous, Record highways, East Hampton: 1901-1925. East Hampton, N. unknown, 1926?, 148 pgs.

49. Anonymous, Directory, village of Birmingham and Eco City: Birmingham, Mich. Birmingham Eccentric, 1925, 140 pgs.

50. Cole, Arthur Charles, The era of the Civil War, 1848-1870: Springfield: Illinois Centennial Commission, 1919, 522 pgs.

51. Lincoln, Anna T., Wilmington, Delaware: three centuries under four flags, 1609-1937: Rutland, Vt. Tuttle Pub. Co. c1937, 434 pgs.

52. Anonymous, A Biographical record of Boone County, Iowa: New York: S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1902, 655 pgs.

53. Anonymous, The Book of Missourians: the achievements and personnel of notable living men and women of Missouri in the opening decade of the twentieth century: Chicago: T. Steele & Co. 1906, 483 pgs.

54. Haskins, Charles Warren., The Argonauts of California: being the reminiscences of scenes and incidents that occurred in California in early mining days: New York: Fords, Howard & Hulbert, 1890, 503 pgs.

55. Anonymous, R. Polk & Co. s Des Moines City and Valley Junction directory for the year commencing December 1st, 1915: containing a miscellaneous directory of state, county and city governments, educational institutions, churches, secret and benevolent societies, etc. a street guide and householders’ directory, an alphabetically arranged list of business houses and private citizens, giving their full names, occupation or pursuit, and address, also a complete classified business directory, “The buyer’s guide”: Des Moines, Iowa: R. Polk & Co. c1915, 1859 pgs.

56. Anonymous, Minneapolis city directory for 1882-83: comprising a complete list of the citizens of Minneapolis, with place of business and residence, city and county record, giving list of churches, schools, banks, societies, secret and benevolent, city government, county officers, etc. etc. etc. also a complete classified business directory, of which over 500, containing all advertisements, are sent to the business men of the Northwest, postage paid by the publisher. Minneapolis: C. Davison, 1882, 643 pgs.

57. Parker, Nathan H., The Minnesota handbook for 1856-7: with a new and accurate map: Boston: J. Jewett and Co. 1857, c1856, 160 pgs.

58. Anonymous, The early records of the town of Providence: Providence: Snow & Farnham, city printers, 1892-1915, 6346 pgs.

59. Anonymous, Detroit city directory for the year commencing August 1st, 1894: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens, a directory of the city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, etc. and a complete classified business directory of Detroit, a map and an improved street and avenue guide and directory of householders of the city, also a classified business directory of Windsor, Ontario: Detroit: R. Polk & Co. 1894, 1998 pgs.

60. Anonymous, Detroit city directory for 1879: embracing a complete alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens, a directory of the city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, and other associations, banks and incorporated institutions: to which is added a complete classified business directory of Detroit: Detroit: J. Weeks & Co. 1879, 922 pgs.

61. Anonymous, Polk’s 1911 Bay City directory: embracing a complete alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens in Bay City and Essexville, a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits, a farmers’ directory of Bay County, alphabetically arranged, a directory of city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, a street directory, ward boundaries, etc. Bay City: Polk, c1911, 1227 pgs

62. Anonymous, Arizona state business directory: including El Paso, Texas, with Los Angeles and foreign classifications: including live stock department, wool growers’ department, classified department: 1923. Denver, Colo. Gazetteer Pub. & Print. Co. 1923, 706 pgs.

63. Anonymous, Arizona state business directory: including El Paso, Texas, with Los Angeles and foreign classifications: including live stock department, wool growers’ department, classified department: 1922. Denver, Colo. Gazetteer Pub. & Print. Co. 1922, 771 pgs.

64. Anonymous, Tucson (Arizona) city directory, 1948: containing an alphabetical list of residents, professional men and business firms, city, county, and federal officials, organizations, lodges, labor and miscellaneous organizations, a classified business directory and street and householder’s guide: Tucson, Ariz. Arizona Directory Co. c1948, 712 pgs.

65. Anonymous, Phoenix city and Salt River Valley directory, 1928: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens of Phoenix, Buckeye, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale and Tempe: and a complete street and householders’ guide to Phoenix: also a classified business directory and the rural routes of Phoenix, Glendale, Mesa and Tempe: information of the federal, state and municipal officials, courts, schools, etc. will be found in respective places, in alphabetical or classified sections: Los Angeles, Calif. Arizona Directory Co. c1928, 980 pgs.

66. Anonymous, Phoenix city and Salt River Valley directory, 1915: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens of Phoenix, Buckeye, Glendale, Mesa, and Tempe: a classified business directory, including the rural routes of Phoenix and of the above cities: also an appendix of useful information, including a directory of the state and municipal officials, courts, schools, etc. Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona Directory Co. c1914, 535 pgs.

67. Anonymous, Arizona state business directory: including El Paso, Texas, with Los Angeles and foreign classifications: including live stock department, wool growers’ department, classified department: 1925. Denver, Colo. Gazetteer Pub. & Print. Co. 1925, 683 pgs.

68. Kingsbury, George W., History of Dakota Territory: Chicago: S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1915, 5625 pgs.

69. Anonymous, Davison’s Minneapolis city directory: vol. XLII, 1914: containing an alphabetical list of business firms, corporations and private citizens, a map of the city, a miscellaneous directory of the city, county and state officers, churches, schools, etc. also, a complete classified business directory. Minneapolis: Minneapolis Directory Co. c1914, 2456 pgs.

70. Asbury, Henry, Reminiscences of Quincy, Illinois: containing historical events, anecdotes, matters concerning old settlers and old times, etc. Quincy, Ill. D. Wilcox & Sons, printers, 1882, c1881, 223 pgs.

71. Bicknell, Thomas Williams, The history of the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations: New York: American Historical Society, 1920, 3211

72. Bacon, Edwin M., Boston: a guide book: Boston: Ginn and Co. 1918, c1903, 236 pgs.

73. Anonymous, The Concord directory for 1876-7: containing a general directory of inhabitants and a business directory of Concord, Fisherville, and Boscawen village, city and county registers, map, etc. etc. Boston: D. Dudley, c1876, 230 pgs.

74. Anonymous, Spun-yarn from old Nantucket: consisting mainly of extracts from books now out of print, with a few additions: Nantucket, Mass. H. Wyer, 1914, 313 pgs.

75. Leng, Charles W., Staten Island and its people: a history, 1609-1929: New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 1930-1933, 2703 pgs.

76. Anonymous, Historical encyclopedia of Illinois: Chicago: Munsell Pub. Co. 1904, 897 pgs.

77. Anonymous, The Chicago blue book of selected names of Chicago and suburban towns: containing the names and addresses of prominent residents, arranged alphabetically and numerically by streets, also ladies’ shopping guide, street directory, and other valuable information. Chicago: Chicago Directory Co. c1905, 863 pgs.

78. Beers, F. W., Gazetteer and biographical record of Genesee County, N. 1788-1890: Syracuse, N. J. Vose, 1890, 872 pgs.

79. Anonymous, Our county and its people: a descriptive work on Jefferson County, New York: Boston: Boston History Co. 1898, 1293 pgs.

80. Dow, Charles Mason, Anthology and bibliography of Niagara Falls: Albany N. State of New York, 1921, 1481 pgs.

81. Anonymous, A Biographical record of Schuyler County, New York: New York: S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1903, 540 pgs.

82. Nichols, Claude A., Sullivan in history: interesting people and events contributing to the development of the township of Sullivan, Madison County, New York: Chittenango, N. McHenry Press, 1939, 95 pgs.

83. Anonymous, Biographical, genealogical and descriptive history of the First Congressional District of New Jersey: New York: Lewis Publishing Co. 1900, 1368 pgs.

84. Anonymous, The Bergen County Democrat’s history of Hackensack, N. its olden story, present annals, prospective growth all told by the historian’s pen and the artist’s pencil. New Jersey?: Bergen County Democrat, 1898, 184 pgs.

85. Kelker, Luther Reily, History of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, with genealogical memoirs: New York: Lewis Pub. Co. 1907, 1932 pgs.

86. Anonymous, Calendars of wills & administrations in the Consistory Court of the bishop of Lichfield and Conventry, 1516 to 1652: also those in the “Peculiars” now deposited in the probate registries at Lichfield, Birmingham and Derby, 1529-1652, 1675-1790, 1753-1790 : London: British Record Society, 1892, 699 pgs.

87. Anonymous, Henderson’s Victoria directory, 1920: comprising a complete street and avenue directory of the city, an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and companies, professional men and private citizens, and a complete classified business directory and buyers’ guide: Victoria: Henderson Directory Co. c1920, 588 pgs.

88. Anonymous, Corbett & Ballenger’s tenth annual Denver city directory: containing a complete list of the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc. in the city of Denver, for 1882. Denver, Colo. Corbett & Ballenger, c1882, 678 pgs.

89. Fishwick, Henry, The history of the parish of Rochdale in the county of Lancaster: Rochdale: J. Clegg, 1889, 602 pgs.

90. Sioli, Paolo., Historical souvenir of El Dorado County, California: with illustrations and biographical sketches of its prominent men & pioneers. Oakland, Calif. P. Sioli, 1883, 318 pgs.

91. Anonymous, Portrait and biographical album of Pike and Calhoun Counties, Illinois: containing full page portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with portraits and biographies of all the presidents of the United States, and governors of the state. Chicago: Biographical Pub. Co. 1891, 806 pgs.

92. Anonymous, Nelson’s biographical dictionary and historical reference book of Erie County, Pennsylvania: containing a condensed history of Pennsylvania, of Erie County, and of the several cities, boroughs and townships in the county: also portraits and biographies of the governor’s since 1790, and of numerous representative citizens: Erie, Pa. S. Nelson, 1896, 1031 pgs.

93. Miller, John, A twentieth century history of Erie County, Pennsylvania: a narrative account of its historical progress, its people and its principal interests: Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co. 1909, 1710 pgs.

94. Anonymous, Illinois constitutions: Springfield, Ill. Trustees of the Illinois State Historical Library, 1919, 268 pgs.

95. Redmond, Pat. H., History of Quincy and its men of mark, or, Facts and figures exhibiting its advantages and resources, manufactures and commerce: Quincy Ill. Heirs & Russell, book and job printers, 1869, 302 pgs.

96. Anonymous, Presbyterian Church, East Hampton, New York, church records 1696-1884: extract from printed records of the town of East Hampton, New York, vol. 5, 1905: Sag Harbor, N. unknown, 1946, 277 pgs.

97. Smith, Raymond A., Montauk: East Hampton, N. The Town, 1926, 249 pgs.

98. Anonymous, Lafayette Avenue Church: its history and commemorative services, 1860-1885: Rev. Theodore L. Cuyler, pastor: New York: R. Carter & Bros. c1885, 311 pgs.

99. Webb, W. S., Webb’s consolidated directory of the north and south shores, Staten Island: 1886: New York: W. Webb, c1886, 320 pgs.

100. Dunn, Jacob Piatt, Greater Indianapolis: the history, the industries, the institutions, and the people of a city of homes: Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co. 1910, 1416 pgs.

101. Anonymous, Ordinances of the city of Cleveland: Cleveland, Ohio: Clark-Britton Print. Co. 1890, 1100 pgs.

102. Moses, John, Illinois, historical and statistical: comprising the essential facts of its planting and growth as a province, county, territory, and state: derived from the most authentic sources, including original documents and papers, together with carefully prepared statistical tables relating to population, financial administration, industrial progress, internal growth, political and military events: Chicago: Fergus Printing Co. 1889-1892, c1887-1892, 1385 pgs.

103. Smith, James H., History of Duchess [sic] County, New York: with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers: Syracuse, N. D. Mason & Co. 1882, 680 pgs.

104. Anonymous, The Colonial book of the Towle Mfg. Co. which is intended to delineate and describe some quaint and historic places in Newburyport and vicinity and show the origin and beauty of the colonial pattern of silverware. Cambridge Mass. Printed for the Towle Mfg. Co. by W. Bradley at the University Press, c1898, 43 pgs.

105. Grimshaw, William A., History of Pike County: a centennial address: Pittsfield, Ill.: unknown, 1877, 34 pgs.

106. Vesper, Herman F., Centennial history of St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church: Canajoharie, N. Canajoharie, N. Hay Trade Journal Pub. Co. 1935, 54 pgs.

107. Anonymous, Biographical review: this volume contains biographical sketches of the leading citizens of Hampden County, Massachusetts. Boston: Biographical Review Pub. Co. 1895, 1140 pgs.

108. Rice, James M., Peoria, city and county, Illinois: a record of settlement, organization, progress, and achievement: Chicago: The S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1912, 1448 pgs.

109. Parker, Jenny Marsh, Rochester: a story historical: Rochester, N. Scrantom, Wetmore & Co. 1884, 465 pgs.

110. Anonymous, East Hampton Trustees journal: East Hampton, N. s.: unknown, 1926-1927?, 2425 pgs.

111. Anonymous, Records of the town of East-Hampton, Long Island, Suffolk Co. N. with other ancient documents of historic value. Sag-Harbor N. J. Hunt, printer, 1887-1957, 5091 pgs

112. Anonymous, A true register of all christeninges, mariages, and burialles in the parishe of St. James, Clarkenwell: from the yeare of Our Lorde God 1551: London: Mitchell and Hughes, printers, 1884-1894, 2524 pgs.

113. Bausman, Joseph H., History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania and its centennial celebration: New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1904, 1522 pgs.

114. Anonymous, Portrait and biographical record of Genesee, Lapeer and Tuscola Counties, Michigan: containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies of all the governors of the state and of the presidents of the United States. Chicago: Chapman Bros. 1892, 1040 pgs.

115. Gregg, Thomas, History of Hancock County, Illinois: together with an outline history of the state, and a digest of state laws: Chicago: C. Chapman & Co. 1880, 1031 pgs.

116. Clarke, S. J., History of McDonough County, Illinois: its cities, towns and villages, with early reminiscences, personal incidents and anecdotes, and a complete business directory of the county: Springfield, Ill. D. Lusk, State Printer and Binder, 1878, 679 pgs.

117. Bach, W. H., History of Cassadaga Camp: Lily Dale, N.: unknown, 1899, 74 pgs.

118. Reeves, George W., Jefferson County in the World War: a record of the activites of the various organizations and individuals who devoted their energies to the cause of freedom in the great conflict of 1914-1918 containing the honor roll of those who served in Army, Navy and Marine and the portraits of those who made the supreme sacrifice: Watertown, N. Hungerford-Holbrook, 1920, 209 pgs.

119. Anonymous, History of Bristol County, Massachusetts: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men: Philadelphia: J. Lewis & Co. 1883, 1173 pgs.

120. Anonymous, Historical encyclopedia of Illinois: Chicago: Munsell Pub. Co. 1906, 959 pgs.

121. Eames, Charles M., Historic Morgan and classic Jacksonville: Jacksonville, Ill. Printed at the Daily Journal Steam Job Printing Office, 1885, 366 pgs.

122. Anonymous, History of Chautauqua County, New York, and its people: Boston: American Historical Society, 1921, 1537 pgs.

123. Hough, Franklin Benjamin, A history of Jefferson County in the state of New York: from the earliest period to the present time: Albany: J. Munsell ;, 1854, 603 pgs.

124. Anonymous, Index of chancery proceedings (Reynardson’s division) preserved in the Public Record Office: 1649-1714: London: British Record Society, 1903-1904, 527 pgs.

125. Smith, George Washington, History of Illinois and her people: Chicago: American Historical Society, 1927, 3120 pgs.

126. Anonymous, J. Weeks & Co. s Detroit city directory for 1885: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens, a directory of the city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary, and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, etc. and a complete classified business directory of Detroit, a new map and an improved street directory of the city, also a classified business directory of Windsor, Ont. Detroit: R. Polk & Co. 1885, 1468 pgs.

127. Dalton, Luella Adams., History of Iron County Mission, Parowan, Utah: unknown: unknown, not before 1956, 484 pgs.

128. Sheard, Michael., Records of the parish of Batley in the county of York: historical, topographical, ecclesiastical, testamentary, and genealogical: Worksop: R. White, 1894, 477 pgs.

129. Anonymous, Ballenger & Richards thirty-eighth annual Denver city directory, for 1910: containing a complete list of the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc. Denver, Colo. Ballenger & Richards, c1910, 2044 pgs.

130. Anonymous, Colorado state business directory: with a complete classified directory of the entire state, including mines, reduction works, etc. 1920. Denver, Colo. Gazetteer Pub. Co. 1920, 1531 pgs.

131. Anonymous, Southwestern business directory: including principal towns on Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, Chicago, Kansas and Nebraska Railway, Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad, Denver, Texas and Fort Worth Railway, Texas and Pacific Railway, Union Pacific Railway, Denver and Rio Grande Railway, Colorado Midland Railway, and Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. Denver, Colo. McKenney Directory Co. 1889, 1383 pgs.

132. Anonymous, Arizona Directory Co. s Phoenix city and Salt River Valley directory, 1930: including Phoenix, Buckeye, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale and Tempe: containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a street and avenue guide and directory of householders of Phoenix, and the rural routes of Phoenix, Glendale, Mesa and Tempe: also a buyers guide and a complete classified business directory. Los Angeles, Calif. Arizona Directory Co. c1930, 1311 pgs.

133. Anonymous, City directory, Phoenix and vicinity, 1947-1948: containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a street and avenue guide, a directory of Phoenix householders and the rural routes of Phoenix: also buyers’ guide and a complete classified business directory. Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona Directory Co. c1947, 746 pgs.

134. Anonymous, Phoenix city and Salt River Valley directory, 1913: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens of Phoenix, Buckeye, Glendale, Mesa, and Tempe: a classified business directory as well as the rural routes of the above cities: and an appendix of useful information, including a directory of the municipal officials, courts, societies, schools, churches, clubs, etc. Los Angeles, Calif. Arizona Directory Co. c1912, 530 pgs.

135. Anonymous, Phoenix city and Salt River Valley directory, 1914: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens of Phoenix, Buckeye, Glendale, Mesa, and Tempe: a classified business directory as well as the rural routes of the above cities: and an appendix of useful information, including a directory of the state and municipal officials, courts, societies, schools, churches, clubs, etc. Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona Directory Co. c1913, 524 pgs.

136. Shaw, R. Cunliffe, Kirkham in Amounderness: the story of a Lancashire community: Preston: R. Seed and Sons, printers, 1949, 837 pgs.

137. Speight, Harry, Lower Wharfedale: being a complete account of the history, antiquities and scenery of the picturesque valley of the Wharfe, from Cawood to Arthington: London: E. Stock, 1902, 580 pgs.

138. Harvey, William Marsh., The history and antiquities of the hundred of Willey, in the county of Bedford: London: Printed by Nichols and Sons, 1872-8, 638 pgs.

139. Anonymous, Bay City directory for 1897: embracing a complete alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens in Bay City and Essexville, a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits, a directory of the city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, a street directory, etc. etc. etc. Detroit, Mich. R. Polk & Co. c1897, 554 pgs.

140. Anonymous, A Memorial and biographical history of Northern California: containing a history of this important section of the Pacific coast from the earliest period of its occupancy to the present time: together with glimpses of its prospective future, full-page portraits of its most eminent men, and biographical mention of many of its pioneers and also of prominent citizens of to-day. Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co. 1891, 871 pgs.

141. Moses, John, Illinois, historical and statistical: comprising the essential facts of its planting and growth as a province, county, territory, and state: derived from the most authentic sources, including original documents and papers, together with carefully prepared statistical tables relating to population, financial administration, industrial progress, internal growth, political and military events: Chicago: Fergus Print. Co. 1889-1892, c1887-1892, 1383 pgs.

142. Moses, John, The white city: the historical, biographical and philanthropical record of Illinois: Chicago: Chicago World Book Co. 1893, 543 pgs.

143. Anonymous, R. Polk & Co. s Des Moines City and Valley Junction directory for the year commencing December 1, 1912: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens, a directory of the city and county officers, terms of courts, churches, colleges, public and private schools, benevolent, literary and other associations, buildings, banks, etc. and a complete classified business directory of Des Moines, and an improved street and avenue guide and directory of householders of the city: Des Moines, Iowa: R. Polk & Co. c1912, 1628 pgs.

144. Loomis, Frances., Michigan casualties, World War: Detroit, Mich.: unknown, 1944-1948?, 2902 pgs.

145. Anonymous, History of Montgomery County: embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures: with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots: Syracuse, N. D. Mason & Co. 1892, 843 pgs.

146. Montgomery, Morton Luther, History of Reading, Pennsylvania: and the anniversary proceedings of the sesqui-centennial, June 5-12, 1898: unknown: unknown, 1898, 334 pgs.

147. Palmer, George Thomas, A conscientious turncoat: the story of John M. Palmer, 1817-1900: New Haven: Yale University Press, 1941, 308 pgs.

148. Heck, Frank Hopkins., The Civil War veteran in Minnesota life and politics: Oxford, Ohio: Mississippi Valley Press, 1941, 304 pgs.

149. Stormont, Gil R., History of Gibson County, Indiana: her people, industries and institutions: Indianapolis, Ind. B. Bowen & Co. 1914, 1238 pgs.

150. Anonymous, Ilion: 1852-1952. Ilion, N.: unknown, 1952?, 163 pgs.

151. Anonymous, History of Pike County, Illinois: together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history, portraits of prominent persons and biographies of representative citizens: History of Illinois, embracing accounts of the pre-historic races, aborigines, French, English and American conquests, and a general review of its civil, political and military history: digest of state laws. Chicago: C. Chapman & Co. 1880, 959 pgs.

152. Anonymous, Birmingham directory: village of Birmingham and Bloomfield Township. Birmingham, Mich. Birmingham Eccentric, 1926, 170 pgs.

153. Duncan, Hugh Welch, The Duncan and Gibson families: Los Angeles, Cal. unknown, 1905, 43 pgs.

154. Jacobus, Donald Lines, The genealogy of the Kimberly family: Neenah Wis. Printed for James C. Kimberly, 1950, 186 pgs.

155. Mason, Philip, A legacy to my children: including family history, autobiography, and original essays: Cincinnati Ohio: Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin, printers, 1868, 610 pgs.

156. Denny, Henry Lyttelton Lyster, Memorials of an ancient house: a history of the family of Lister or Lyster: Edinburgh: Printed for the author by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co. 1913, 471 pgs.

157. Stirling, A. M. W., The Hothams: being the chronicles of the Hothams of Scarborough and South Dalton, from their hitherto unpublished family papers: London: H. Jenkins, 1918, 741 pgs.

158. Cutter, William Richard, Genealogical and family history of western New York: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation: New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 1912, 1708 pgs.

159. Rose, George, The Kay-Pendleton-Neel families: Provo, Utah: J. Stevenson, 1969, 346 pgs.

160. Cope, Gilbert, Genealogy of the Sharpless family: descended from John and Jane Sharples, settlers near Chester, Pennsylvania, 1682: together with some account of the English ancestry of the family, including the results of researches by Henry Fishwick, F.. and the late Joseph Lemuel Chester, LL. and a full report of the bi-centennial reunion of 1882: Philadelphia: Published for the family under the auspices of the Bi-Centennial Committee, 1887, 1392 pgs.

161. Metcalfe-Gibson, Mary A., Family notes and reminiscences: Kendal England: T. Wilson, printer, 1899, 191 pgs.

162. Dashiell, Benjamin J., Dashiell family records: Baltimore, Md. Sun Print. Office, 1928-1932, 813 pgs.

163. Bardsley, Charles Wareing Endell, A dictionary of English and Welsh surnames: with special American instances: London: H. Frowde, 1901, 847 pgs.

164. Anonymous, A Biographical record of Hamilton County, Iowa: New York: S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1902, 645 pgs.

165. English, William Hayden, Conquest of the country northwest of the river Ohio, 1778-1783, and life of Gen. George Rogers Clark: with numerous sketches of men who served under Clark, and full list of those allotted lands in Clark’s Grant for service in the campaigns against the British posts, showing exact land allotted each: Indianapolis, Ind. Bowen-Merrill Co. 1896, 1185 pgs.

166. Anonymous, Phoenix city and Salt River Valley directory, 1920: containing an alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens of Phoenix, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, and Tempe, and a complete street and householders’ guide of Phoenix: also a classified business directory and the rural routes of Phoenix, Mesa and Tempe: an appendix of useful information, including a directory of the state and municipal officials, courts, schools, etc. Los Angeles, Calif. Arizona Directory Co. c1920, 812 pgs.

167. Anonymous, Phoenix city directory, 1936: containing an alphabetical directory of business concerns and private citizens, a street and avenue guide, a directory of Phoenix householders and the rural routes of Phoenix: also a buyers guide and a complete classified business directory. Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona Directory Co. c1936, 668 pgs.

168. Anonymous, The Book of St. Louisans: a biographical dictionary of leading living men of the city of St. Louis and vicinity: St. Louis: St. Louis Republic, 1906, 626 pgs.

169. Anonymous, History of lower Scioto Valley, Ohio: together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history, portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of representative citizens. Chicago: Inter-state Pub. Co. 1884, 911 pgs.

170. Davis, Win. J., An illustrated history of Sacramento County, California: containing a history of Sacramento County from the earliest period of its occupancy to the present time, together with glimpses of its prospective future, with profuse illustrations of its beautiful scenery, full-page portraits of some of its most eminent men, and biographical mention of many of its pioneers and also of prominent citizens of to-day: Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co. 1890, 842 pgs.

171. Anonymous, Polk’s Bay City directory, year ending October 15th, 1906: embracing a complete alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens in Bay City and Essexville, a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits, a farmers’ directory of Bay County, alphbetically arranged, a directory of the city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, a street directory, etc. Bay City, Mich. R. Polk & Co. c1905, 1098 pgs.

172. Anonymous, R. Polk & Co. s 1910 Bay City Directory: embracing a complete alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens in Bay City and Essexville, a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits, a farmers’ directory of Bay County, alphabetically arranged, a directory of city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, a street directory, ward boundaries, etc. Bay City: R. Polk & Co. c1910, 1198 pgs.

173. Anonymous, R. Polk & Co. s Bay City Directory, 1909: embracing a complete alphabetical list of business firms and private citizens in Bay City and Essexville, a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits, a farmers’ directory of Bay County, alphabetically arranged, a directory of city and county officers, churches, public and private schools, benevolent, literary and other associations, banks, incorporated institutions, a street directory, ward boundaries, etc. Bay City: R. Polk & Co. c1909, 1256 pgs.

174. Woods, Roy Cleo, The history of the Woods family: with a genealogy of Alexander Woods and his descendants: some attention is given to the history of the families into which they married: Ann Arbor, Mich. Edwards Bros. 1936, 249 pgs.

175. Pollard, William, The Stanleys of Knowsley: a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public life of the late Right Hon. the Earl of Derby, K. London: F. Warne and Co. ;, 1869, 248 pgs.

176. Hall, H. P., H. Hall’s observations: being more or less a history of political contests in Minnesota from 1849 to 1904. St. Paul, Minn. unknown, 1904, 393 pgs.

177. Wheeler, John H., History of Wexford County, Michigan: embracing a concise review of its early settlement, industrial development and present conditions: Logansport, Ind. B. Bowen, 1903, 588 pgs.

178. Anonymous, The Bronx and its people: a history, 1609-1927: New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 1927, 1378 pgs.

179. Anonymous, History of Sangamon County, Illinois: together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history, portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of representative citizens: history of Illinois, embracing accounts of the pre-historic races, aborigines, Winnebago and Black Hawk Wars, and a brief review of its civil, political and military history. Chicago: Inter-State Pub. Co. 1881, 1059 pgs.

180. Conger, John Leonard, History of the Illinois River Valley: Chicago: S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1932, 1739 pgs.

181. Anonymous, History of the counties of McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania: with biographical selections, including their early settlement and development, a description of the historic and interesting localities, sketches of their cities, towns and villages, portraits of prominent men, biographies of representative citizens, outline history of Pennsylvania, statistics. Chicago: J. Beers & Co. 1890, 1259 pgs.

182. Green, Frank Bertangue, The history of Rockland County: New York: A. Barnes & Co. 1886, 452 pgs.

183. Pelletreau, William S., Early wills of Westchester County, New York: from 1664 to 1784: a careful abstract of all wills (nearly 800) recorded in New York Surrogate’s Office and at White Plains, N. from 1664 to 1784: also the genealogy of “the Havilands” of Westchester County and descendants of Hon. James Graham (Watkinson and Ackerley families): with genealogical and historical notes: New York: F. Harper, 1898, 501 pgs.

184. Lusk, D. W., Eighty years of Illinois: politics and politicians, anecdotes and incidents, a succinct history of the state, 1809-1889: Springfield, Ill. H. Rokker, stereotyper, printer, binder, 1889, 749 pgs.

185. Anonymous, Historical encyclopedia of Illinois: Chicago: Munsell Pub. Co. 1903, 1097 pgs.

186. Shallenberger, E. H., Stark County and its pioneers: Cambridge, Ill. B. Seaton, Prairie Chief Office, book and job printer, 1876, 316 pgs.

187. Anonymous, The Story of Concord: Boston: The E. Worcester Press, 1906, c1905, 368 pgs.

188. Lowell, Mary Chandler, Old Foxcroft, Maine: traditions and memories, with family records: Concord, N. Printed by the Rumford Press, c1935, 273 pgs.

189. Anonymous, History of Macoupin County, Illinois: biographical and pictorial: Chicago: S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1911, 1211 pgs.

190. McBride, J. C., Past and present of Christian County, Illinois: Chicago: The S. Clarke Pub. Co. 1904, 572 pgs.

191. Wells, Theodore W., The pastor and the church, or, Rev. John H. Duryea, D. and the Second Reformed Church at Paterson, N. New York: Board of Publication of the Reformed Church in America, 1896, 199 pgs.

192. Anonymous, Borough of Bloomingdale, New Jersey: 50th anniversary. N.: unknown, 1968?, 218 pgs.

193. Trumbell, L. R., A history of industrial Paterson: being a compendium of the establishment, growth and present status in Paterson, N. of the silk, cotton, flax, locomotive, iron and miscellaneous industries: together with outlines of state, county and local history, corporate records, biographical sketches, incidents of manufacture, interesting facts and valuable statistics: Paterson, N.: s.: unknown, 1882, 391 pgs.

194. Coon, Charles Lee, North Carolina schools and academies, 1790-1840: a documentary history: Raleigh, N. Edwards & Broughton, State Printers and Binders, 1915, 898 pgs.

195. Coleman, Arthur D., Winterton pioneers of Utah: a biographical, historical, and genealogical record of the William Hubbard Winterton family who emigrated in 1863 from the textile factories of Nottingham, England, to the farmlands of Charleston, Wasatch County, Utah, U.. Provo, Utah: J. Stevenson, 1964, 261 pgs.

196. Whiteside, Don., Whiteside(s) names in Canada, Australia and other countries not considered in the previous two reports (except the United States): from selected sources ca. 1772-1959: Ottawa, Canada: unknown, 1971, 97 pgs.

197. Walcott, Arthur Stuart, The Walcott book: history and genealogy of the American family of Walcott and notes of English Walcotts: Salem, Mass. S. Perley, 1925, 303 pgs.

198. Wrightnour, John S., The Frampton family: with special reference to William Frampton, register general, province of Pennsylvania, 1686, and his descendants: unknown: unknown, 1916?, 224 pgs.

199. Hazen, Tracy Elliot, The Hazen family in America: a genealogy: Thomaston, Conn. R. Hazen, 1947, 1182 pgs.

200. Smyth, Samuel Gordon, A genealogy of the Duke-Shepherd-Van Metre family: from civil, military, church, and family records and documents: Lancaster, Pa. New Era Print Co. 1909, 480 pgs.

 

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