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  1. Philliber, W.R. The Philliber Family History. Portland, OR: W.R. Philliber & Assoc., 1996. 291pp. Available from the author, W.R. Philliber, 3075 SW Raleighview Dr., Portland OR 97225.
  2. Gathman,. Craig, Personal communication (oral, 1985).
  3. Philliber, W.R. The Philliber Family History. Portland, OR: W.R. Philliber & Assoc., 1996. 291pp. Available from the author, W.R. Philliber, 3075 SW Raleighview Dr., Portland OR 97225. p. 16.
  4. primary documents in possession of Allen Gathman.
  5. Ibid., Death Certificate.
  6. Birth Certificate: Copy of original 1887 (copy of original 1887).
  7. Original document in possession of Allen Gathman (copy of original 1974).
  8. Carlock, M.P., Carlock, MP. History and genealogy of the Judy-Tschudy (etc) family of America and Switzerland Los Angeles: Bookman Press, 1954 (Los Angeles: Bookman Press, 1954), p.496.
  9. Ibid., p.497.
  10. Records in possession of John K. Sites, Lake Worth, FL.
  11. Carlock, M.P., Carlock, MP. History and genealogy of the Judy-Tschudy (etc) family of America and Switzerland Los Angeles: Bookman Press, 1954.
  12. Ibid., p. 497 gives date but not place of birth.
  13. Hankinson, Robin: Personal Communication, 1997.
  14. Fretz, A.J. A genealogical record of the descendants of Andrew Newbaker of Hardwick Township, Warren County, NJ. Netcong, NJ: Union Times Printing, 1908.
  15. Breckinridge, Helen Congleton. 1980. Descendants of John and Mary Cabell Breckinridge. Unpublished. A pedigree giving detailed information on the Breckinridge descendants (and some ancestors) derived mainly from Alexander's "The Cabells and Their Kin" and information from numerous descendants.
  16. Brown, Alexander. The Cabells and Their Kin. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895. Reissued with a new index by Randolph Cabell, 1994. Available from the publisher, Randolph Cabell, Rte. 1, Box 448A, Boyce, VA 22620-9508. p.552.
  17. Original death certificate of EKH Hankinson, in possession of A.Gathman.
  18. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. p. L-149.
  19. Philliber, W.R. The Philliber Family History. Portland, OR: W.R. Philliber & Assoc., 1996. 291pp. Available from the author, W.R. Philliber, 3075 SW Raleighview Dr., Portland OR 97225. p. 11-12.
  20. Ibid., p. 12.
  21. Ibid., p. 15.
  22. New York Times. Obituary, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1932 "Rev. Charles Philipbar Retired pastor of German Evangelical Church was 79. The Rev. Charles Philipbar, a retired pastor of the German Evangelical Church who had served in Washigton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Newark, died yesterday at his home, 9307 Elderts Lane, Queens. He was 79 years old. Although Mr. Philipbar had not held an active pastorate for several years he was a presiding elder of the church at the time of his death. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Dorothea Philipbar, and six children, Charles W., Arthur G., Theodore, and William B. Philipbar, and Mrs. Dorothea Rusch, all of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Clara Wentsch of Spokane, WA.".
  23. Gick, William Herbert. Personal Communication, 1998 William H. Gick 2571 Oliver Springs Highway Oliver Springs, TN 37840.
  24. International Genealogical Index (IGI), LDS church (Secondary source), F0008 Isle of Man (under Jack).
  25. Ibid., Isle of Man F0008 (under Jack).
  26. 1880 Census data. LDS Archives film #1255004. Cleveland wards 1-4. Pg. 16, Supervisor district 6, Enumeration district 2. William Sanborn, enumerator. 3 Jun 1880.
  27. djd@oz.net.
  28. 1870 US Census records. Ist Ward, Cuyahoga County, OH. 16 Jun 1870. Wm. Seufert Jr., Asst. Marshall. pg. 89. Dwelling #583, Family #766.
  29. International Genealogical Index (IGI), LDS church (Secondary source), Microfiche F0008 Isle of Man.
  30. primary documents in possession of Allen Gathman, Will of Catherine E. (Gick) Craig.
  31. 1851 Isle of Man census, p.29 entry 95.
  32. International Genealogical Index (IGI), LDS church (Secondary source), Isle of Man F0015.
  33. Ibid., microfiche F0005 Isle of Man.
  34. Sites, C. Scott, Outline of Sites Family History (Self-Published, 1938).
  35. Beck, John V. and Suzanne Sites Gibson. Genealogical Records of the Seitz/Sites Family, Vol1: George Seitz/Sites who died in Hardy County, Virginia (Now Grant County, West Virginia) 1790 and his descendants. Bloomington IN: Fine Print, 1984. p. 15. Confirmed by gravestone and 1850 PA census.
  36. wvlyle@aol.com, wvlyle@aol.com.
  37. Beck, John V. and Suzanne Sites Gibson. Genealogical Records of the Seitz/Sites Family, Vol1: George Seitz/Sites who died in Hardy County, Virginia (Now Grant County, West Virginia) 1790 and his descendants. Bloomington IN: Fine Print, 1984. p. 15.
  38. Ibid., p.25.
  39. Ibid., p.49.
  40. Judy, Elvin Lycurgus, Judy, Elvin Lycurgus. History of Grant and Hardy Counties, WV. Charleston, WV: Charleston Printing Co., 1951 (Charleston, WV: Charleston Printing Co., 1951).
  41. Evans, Catherine, personal communication.
  42. Richard Phares, Phares family genealogy: http://www.swcp.com/~dhickman/gedcom/rlp (Allegheny Family History Society).
  43. Moist, Kenneth. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1996. Available from the author at R.Rt. 3, Box 92, Newport, PA 17074. p.73.
  44. Beck, John V. and Suzanne Sites Gibson. Genealogical Records of the Seitz/Sites Family, Vol1: George Seitz/Sites who died in Hardy County, Virginia (Now Grant County, West Virginia) 1790 and his descendants. Bloomington IN: Fine Print, 1984. p.49 From Hardy County death records. Death due to childbirth.
  45. Moist, Kenneth. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1996. Available from the author at R.Rt. 3, Box 92, Newport, PA 17074. p.73.
  46. Alice M. Walz, Walz family genealogy pages http://www2.southwind.net/~walz/ (Alice M. Walz 14453 SE Ellis Road Leon, KS - 67074-8307 316 742-3572), ref 82/83 1.
  47. Ibid.
  48. Beck, John V. and Suzanne Sites Gibson. Genealogical Records of the Seitz/Sites Family, Vol1: George Seitz/Sites who died in Hardy County, Virginia (Now Grant County, West Virginia) 1790 and his descendants. Bloomington IN: Fine Print, 1984. p.41.
  49. Ibid., p.89.
  50. Ibid., p.23.
  51. Carlock, M.P., Carlock, MP. History and genealogy of the Judy-Tschudy (etc) family of America and Switzerland Los Angeles: Bookman Press, 1954, p. 459, 465.
  52. Ibid., p. 466.
  53. Judy, Elvin Lycurgus, Judy, Elvin Lycurgus. History of Grant and Hardy Counties, WV. Charleston, WV: Charleston Printing Co., 1951. p. 93; Marriage number 915 in Hardy County Marriages, 1795-1842.
  54. Portrait and biographical record of Iroquois County, IL; Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens. Original 1893. Reissue 1976 by The Heritage Collection: biography and history from Unigraphic. Evansville, IN: Unigraphic, 1976. p. 274, 277.
  55. Timothy Kimmel, tkimmel@fortwayne.infi.net.
  56. Alt, H.A. and Mark Bowers. Genealogies of the Kimble and Alt Families from the time of the first settler in Hardy Co. VA to the fifth generation following, and other miscellaneous matters. Petersburg, WV: 1937. p.13.
  57. Information from either Genealogies of the Kimble and Alt Families by H.A. Alt 1937 or A History of Pendleton County W.V. by Oren F. Morton. 1910.
  58. Portrait and biographical record of Iroquois County, IL; Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens. Original 1893. Reissue 1976 by The Heritage Collection: biography and history from Unigraphic. Evansville, IN: Unigraphic, 1976. p. 274, 277, p.274.
  59. Alt, H.A. and Mark Bowers. Genealogies of the Kimble and Alt Families from the time of the first settler in Hardy Co. VA to the fifth generation following, and other miscellaneous matters. Petersburg, WV: 1937. p.18.
  60. unknown, Gilbert family group sheets; sources cited are Mrs. S.W. Harris (Nancy Alice) Obituary, Mrs. Arthur Miller (Anna Harris), Ernest William Gilbert, Salt Lake City archives, and Fannie Lewis. Cites this date from "Salt Lake City Archives".
  61. Coburn, Isabel Tuell (dickiz@lincoln.midcoast.com). Based on material in The Gilbert Family, D.L.Jacobus, ed. and Families of early Hartford, CT by L.B. Barbour.
  62. unknown, Gilbert family group sheets; sources cited are Mrs. S.W. Harris (Nancy Alice) Obituary, Mrs. Arthur Miller (Anna Harris), Ernest William Gilbert, Salt Lake City archives, and Fannie Lewis. No authority given; may be from E.W. Gilbert.
  63. Ernest W. Gilbert, Gilbert, Ernest W. Family Tree of E.W. Gilbert. Unpublished, 1967 (unpublished, 1967).
  64. Luke, Miriam. L., compiler. Fountain Co. IN Marriage Record (Book 1, 1826-1839; Book 2, 1839-1848) and Letters of Administration 1832-1846. Danville, IL: Illiana Genealogical Pub. Co. p.72. Parties were of age. Hannah's name given as Hannah McDonough Steddam.
  65. Cemetery records and Onarga Funeral home records compiled by Patty Goff. ftp://ftp.rootsweb/com/pub/usgenweb/il/iroquois/cemeteries/cemeonrg.tx t.
  66. Carlock, M.P., Carlock, MP. History and genealogy of the Judy-Tschudy (etc) family of America and Switzerland Los Angeles: Bookman Press, 1954. p. 496 Mistakenly has her parents as Timothy Gilbert and Hannah Ours.
  67. unknown, Gilbert family group sheets; sources cited are Mrs. S.W. Harris (Nancy Alice) Obituary, Mrs. Arthur Miller (Anna Harris), Ernest William Gilbert, Salt Lake City archives, and Fannie Lewis. Family Record sheets (provenance uncertain, various sources including Mrs. S.W. Harris (A.N. Gilbert), obituary, Mrs Arthur Miller, Salt Lake City archives, and E.W. Gilbert.
  68. Ancestral files; secondary material. AFN M4RG-K5.
  69. Gladys, Letter from Gladys to Aunt Eva (unpublished, 27 Mar 1962).
  70. Cemetery records and Onarga Funeral home records compiled by Patty Goff. ftp://ftp.rootsweb/com/pub/usgenweb/il/iroquois/cemeteries/cemeonrg.tx t, Gives age 81 at time of death.
  71. Ibid., Record: Gilbert, Hannah 1904 12 Aug John Gilbert Old Age 81 (Name, date, ordered by, cause, age).
  72. unknown, Gilbert family group sheets; sources cited are Mrs. S.W. Harris (Nancy Alice) Obituary, Mrs. Arthur Miller (Anna Harris), Ernest William Gilbert, Salt Lake City archives, and Fannie Lewis.
  73. Schooley Genealogy Site http://www.tranquillity.com/igm/Schooley/Schooley-surname.html.
  74. http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=york&id=I078687&ti=5538.
  75. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. L-22.
  76. Handy, Isaac W.K. Annals and memorials of the Handys and their kindred. Ann Arbor, MI: William L. Clements Library, 1992. M.H.Ritchie and S.R.H.Mallon, eds. p.138.
  77. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. L-49.
  78. Handy, Isaac W.K. Annals and memorials of the Handys and their kindred. Ann Arbor, MI: William L. Clements Library, 1992. M.H.Ritchie and S.R.H.Mallon, eds. p.335.
  79. Ibid., p.336.
  80. Handy, Joseph Breckinridge. Wilson Record: Descendants of Ephraim Wilson, the original settler in Maryland. Smyrna, DE: Smyrna Times Print, 1897. Preface: Without apology for the incompleteness of this genealogical record, I respectfully submit it to the considerate leniency of my relatives. It is but the putting together of their notes, and for that reason they are responsible for such incompleteness as may exist. Among those who have furnished extensive information and who must share in a measure the responsibility of this publication, are: Miss Mary Winder Garrett, of Williamsburg, Virginia; Mrs. Levin L. Waters and Miss Ellen Stewart, of Princess Anne, Maryland; Mrs. Elizabeth Handy Slemons, of Delmar, Delaware; and the Misses Jane W. and Virginia S. Gemmill, of Washington, D.C. J.B.H. Schoharie, N. Y. November 1st, 1897. Paperbound, 7 x10 inches, 52 pp. Dated November, 1897 in Schoharie, NY.
  81. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. L-87.
  82. Breckinridge, Helen Congleton, Breckinridge, Helen Congleton. 1983. Cabell's Dale: The Story of a Family (Lexington, KY: Self-published; 1983).
  83. Ibid., p.3.
  84. Ibid., p.15.
  85. Ibid., p.89.
  86. Ibid., p.27.
  87. Ibid., p.112.
  88. Ibid., p.81.
  89. Philliber, W.R. The Philliber Family History. Portland, OR: W.R. Philliber & Assoc., 1996. 291pp. Available from the author, W.R. Philliber, 3075 SW Raleighview Dr., Portland OR 97225. p. 9.
  90. Ibid., p. 10.
  91. Burial records, Santan, Isle of Man.
  92. Burgert, Annette Kunselman. Eighteenth Century Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North America. Vol II: The Western Palatinate. Pennsylvania German Society: Birdsboro, PA, 1985. p.223. Birth Record from Wolfersweiler Reformed KB.
  93. Ibid., p.223.
  94. Skidmore, Warren. The Lough Family of Pendleton County. Self-published. 8 pp. Most facts are cited to primary documentary sources.
  95. Skidmore, Warren, Skidmore, Warren. The Lough Family of Pendleton County. Self-published genealogy. 8pp. Cited from Annette Kunselman Burgert, Eighteenth Century Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North America, Vol. II, The Western Palatinate. The Pennsylvania German Society (1985) 59: 153, 223-224.
  96. Burgert, Annette Kunselman. Eighteenth Century Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North America. Vol II: The Western Palatinate. Pennsylvania German Society: Birdsboro, PA, 1985. p.223.
  97. Skidmore, Warren. The Lough Family of Pendleton County. Self-published. 8 pp. Most facts are cited to primary documentary sources. Pendleton County Will Book I, p.6.
  98. Moist, Kenneth. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1996. Available from the author at R.Rt. 3, Box 92, Newport, PA 17074. p.33.
  99. Ibid., p.45.
  100. Ibid., p.30.
  101. Ibid., p.52.
  102. Ibid., p.36.
  103. Richard Phares, Phares family genealogy: http://www.swcp.com/~dhickman/gedcom/rlp. http://www.swcp.com/~dhickman/gedcom/rlp/d0001/g0000040.htm#I2787.
  104. Moist, Kenneth. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1996. Available from the author at R.Rt. 3, Box 92, Newport, PA 17074. p.29.
  105. Ibid., p.59.
  106. Ibid., p.31.
  107. Ibid., p.34.
  108. Hartshorn, Derick S., Descendants of George Henkel: http://www.co.catawba.nc.us/otheragency/ccgs/henkel/henkel.htm (Catawba County Genealogical Society).
  109. Ibid., John Justice HENKEL was born on 10 Feb 1706 in Daudenzell, Germany. He was baptized on 17 Feb 1706 in Daudenzell, Germany. He died in 1778. The first record found on Jost Henkel appeared in the records of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell, Germany, in the original handwriting of his father, the pfarrer or pastor, translated as follows: "John Justus Henkel born at Daudenzell on February 10, 1706; baptized on Feb. 17, 1706; Godparent Herr John Justus Berthold, the Palatinate Collector of the Minnenberg tax district in Guttenback." John Justus Henkel accompanied his parents to America at the age of eleven arriving on one of the "three little ships" that landed in the fall of 1717 at Philadelphia. He married about 1730 Maria Magdalena Eschmann (d/o Abraham and Elizabeth Eschman was German-Swiss origin) and they moved to Macungie Creek Settlement and joined the Goshenhoppen congregation which after 1812 was located in Lehigh Co., Pa. In 1750 he sold his holdings a.
  110. Moran, Faye Jarvis, Henckel/Hinkle Family: http://www.erols.com/fmoran/hinkle.html (web site).
  111. Moist, Kenneth. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1996. Available from the author at R.Rt. 3, Box 92, Newport, PA 17074. p.25.
  112. Richard Phares, Phares family genealogy: http://www.swcp.com/~dhickman/gedcom/rlp. REFERENCE: P1B0H9.
  113. Ibid., Reference P1B0J1.
  114. Ibid., REFERENCE: P1B0I8.
  115. Rosenbloom, Jean. Simon Family History. Self-published CD-ROM, 11/20/1997. (Jean Rosenbloom 2925 Surfrider Ave Ventura CA 93001). cited from Tulpehocken Evangelical Lutheran Church records.
  116. Ibid., From Tulpehocken, PA Evangelical Lutheran Church records.
  117. Rigor, Joseph E. The Reager Family. Van Wert, OH: Self-published, 1966. Sec. B. p. 1.
  118. Alice M. Walz, Walz family genealogy pages http://www2.southwind.net/~walz/, Refs 320, 328.
  119. Ibid., refs 160, 164.
  120. http://www.citynet.net/personal/jadetree/joyce/.
  121. Alice M. Walz, Walz family genealogy pages http://www2.southwind.net/~walz/, Ref 82.
  122. Ibid., Ref 322.
  123. Rigor, Joseph E. The Reager Family. Van Wert, OH: Self-published, 1966. Sec. A. p5.
  124. Alice M. Walz, Walz family genealogy pages http://www2.southwind.net/~walz/, ref 161 & 165.
  125. Ibid., REf 323.
  126. St. Michael's and Zion Church record book Lutheran Archives Center at Philadelphia: The Northeast Regional Archives of the ELCA 7301 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119-1794.
  127. Ibid. Cited by leefh@byu.net.
  128. Rosenbloom, Jean. Simon Family History. Self-published CD-ROM, 11/20/1997. From Tulpehocken, PA Evangelical Lutheran Church records in Pennsylvania German Society Vol IV:14.
  129. Stewart family: http://www.hb.quik.com/kstewart/report/fam00220.htm.
  130. Moist, Kenneth. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1996. Available from the author at R.Rt. 3, Box 92, Newport, PA 17074. p.53. Cited from Dunkels Church Records, Greenwich Twp., Berks Co. PA.
  131. Ibid., p.53.
  132. Ibid., p.76.
  133. Ibid., p.76-77.
  134. Beck, John V. and Suzanne Sites Gibson. Genealogical Records of the Seitz/Sites Family, Vol1: George Seitz/Sites who died in Hardy County, Virginia (Now Grant County, West Virginia) 1790 and his descendants. Bloomington IN: Fine Print, 1984. p.21; Listed in Reformed Communicants of North Mill Creek Church with Daniel Seitz, 24 Jun 1798.
  135. Ibid., p.21.
  136. Carlock, M.P., Carlock, MP. History and genealogy of the Judy-Tschudy (etc) family of America and Switzerland Los Angeles: Bookman Press, 1954, p.92.
  137. Ibid., p.95.
  138. Ibid., p.96.
  139. The American Genealogist. Jul 1992 "The English Origin of Thomas Gilbert of Braintree, MA and Wethersfield, Conn.".
  140. Brainard, H.W. 1953 (reprint 1984). The Gilbert family: descendants of Thomas Gilbert, 1582(?) - 1659, of Mt. Wollaston (Braintree), Windsor, and Wethersfield. Weston Ct: A.J. Hoe. Gives baptism date as 20 Sep 1730.
  141. Barbour, Lucius Barnes. 1977 (reprint 1997). Families of Early Hartford, CT. Baltimore, MD. Genealogical Pub. Co. Gives baptism 20 Sep 1730.
  142. Brainard, H.W. 1953 (reprint 1984). The Gilbert family: descendants of Thomas Gilbert, 1582(?) - 1659, of Mt. Wollaston (Braintree), Windsor, and Wethersfield. Weston Ct: A.J. Hoe.
  143. Coburn, Isabel Tuell (dickiz@lincoln.midcoast.com), Conjectural.
  144. Barbour, Lucius Barnes. 1977 (reprint 1997). Families of Early Hartford, CT. Baltimore, MD. Genealogical Pub. Co.
  145. Gilbert, Geoffrey. 1975. Corrections/Addenda to The Gilbert Family. mss. Gives birth 18 Dec, baptism 19 Dec.
  146. Coburn, Isabel Tuell (dickiz@lincoln.midcoast.com).
  147. (Family History Archives, LDS).
  148. A calendar of Delaware Wills, New Castle Co. 1682-1800. National Society of Colonial Dames. New York: F. H. Hitchcock, 1911. p. 82, Will K307 Lists sons Cornelius, John, Jonas Jr. and daughters Stenah, Ingebor, Elenor.
  149. Ibid., Will #O115, p. 137 Names sons David, John, Jonas, and William.
  150. Ibid., Will #K307, p.82. Names wife Elenor, sons Cornelius, John, Jonas Jr., daughters Stenah, Ingebor, Elenor.
  151. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stiddem/.
  152. Probate record of John Atkey Pennington, New Castle Co. Probate records L1: 135-9, 29 Aug 1821; M1: 208-10, 20 Jul 1826.
  153. Coburn, Isabel Tuell (dickiz@lincoln.midcoast.com). Post to pennington-L@rootsweb.com Date: Sat, 20 Sep 1997 19:31:54 -0400.
  154. Virdin, Donald O. Delaware Bible Records, vol 2. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, inc, 1992. (Heritage Books, Inc. 1540 E. Pointer Ridge Pl Bowie MD 20716 (301)390 7709), p. 113.
  155. MacDonough, Rodney, MacDonough, Rodney. 1901. The MacDonough-Hackstaff Ancestry. Boston: Samuel Usher Pr., 171 Devonshire St. (Press of Samuel Usher, 171 Devonshire St., Boston, MA. 1901).
  156. Hornor, Wm. S. This old Monmouth of ours. Cottonport NJ, 1974.
  157. Armstrong, Wm. C. Pioneer families of Northwestern New Jersey. Lambertville, 1979. Compendium of American Genealogy v.3 p.57.
  158. Typed copy of newspaper article from Andover NJ (?), undated; probably prior to 1920. Information cited to George Watson Roy.
  159. Deats, Hiram E. Hunterdon Co. Cemeteries.
  160. Handy, Isaac W.K. Annals and memorials of the Handys and their kindred. Ann Arbor, MI: William L. Clements Library, 1992. M.H.Ritchie and S.R.H.Mallon, eds. p.3.
  161. Ibid., p.4.
  162. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. L-6.
  163. Handy, Isaac W.K. Annals and memorials of the Handys and their kindred. Ann Arbor, MI: William L. Clements Library, 1992. M.H.Ritchie and S.R.H.Mallon, eds. p.17.
  164. Ibid., p.19.
  165. Ibid., p.44-48.
  166. Robert Simms' page of genealogy of the Eastern Shore of MD and western PA http://math.clemson.edu/~rsimms/genealogy.html.
  167. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. L-1.
  168. Handy, Isaac W.K. Annals and memorials of the Handys and their kindred. Ann Arbor, MI: William L. Clements Library, 1992. M.H.Ritchie and S.R.H.Mallon, eds. p.13.
  169. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. K-1.
  170. Ibid., Q-6.
  171. Alethea Helen Whitney, A History of the Manokin Presbyterian Church, Princess Anne, Maryland 1672-1980 (Denton, Maryland: Baker Printing Co., 1981), 62.
  172. Breckinridge, Helen Congleton, Breckinridge, Helen Congleton. 1983. Cabell's Dale: The Story of a Family, p. 1.
  173. Brown, Alexander. The Cabells and Their Kin. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1895. Reissued with a new index by Randolph Cabell, 1994. Available from the publisher, Randolph Cabell, Rte. 1, Box 448A, Boyce, VA 22620-9508. p.22.
  174. Ibid., p.39.
  175. Ibid., p.66,69.
  176. Ibid., p.141.
  177. Ibid., p.142-143.
  178. Ibid., p.152.
  179. Ibid., p.46.
  180. Ibid., p.152-153.
  181. Ibid., p.546.
  182. McGee, Scott. GenWeb database. http://www.genealogy.org/~smcgee/genweb/genweb.html.
  183. Philliber, W.R. The Philliber Family History. Portland, OR: W.R. Philliber & Assoc., 1996. 291pp. Available from the author, W.R. Philliber, 3075 SW Raleighview Dr., Portland OR 97225. p. 7.
  184. Ibid., p. 7.
  185. Moist, Kenneth. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection. Morgantown, PA: Masthof Press, 1996. Available from the author at R.Rt. 3, Box 92, Newport, PA 17074. p.32.
  186. Ibid., p. 34.
  187. Ibid., p.35.
  188. Ibid., p. 36.
  189. Ibid., p.33.
  190. Ibid., p.15.
  191. Ibid., p.13.
  192. Ibid., p.16.
  193. St. Michael's and Zion Church record book Lutheran Archives Center at Philadelphia: The Northeast Regional Archives of the ELCA 7301 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119-1794. Witnesses: Christian Smith [father] Sebastian Basch Jacob Bortner Peter Smith [brother].
  194. Carlock, M.P., Carlock, MP. History and genealogy of the Judy-Tschudy (etc) family of America and Switzerland Los Angeles: Bookman Press, 1954, p.91.
  195. Beckins Family web site http://www.sound.net/~beckins/walker/main1.html#I21.
  196. Coburn, Isabel Tuell (dickiz@lincoln.midcoast.com). Will dated 1 Aug 1690, inv. of £417 19s 10d, Hartford Probate Records vol 5, p. 82.
  197. Ibid., Will 7 Nov 1747, proved 2 Jul 1751.
  198. Stidham, Jack. The descendants of Dr. Timothy Stidham. mss. p. 30b.
  199. A calendar of Delaware Wills, New Castle Co. 1682-1800. National Society of Colonial Dames. New York: F. H. Hitchcock, 1911, p. 8. Will A73.
  200. Stidham, Jack. The descendants of Dr. Timothy Stidham. mss. p. 30c.
  201. Nelson, Wm. ed. Documents relating to the colonial history of the state of New Jersey. v. 21. Patterson, NJ, 1899.
  202. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. J-1.
  203. Ibid., Appendix 1:13.
  204. Ibid., A-1.
  205. Rountree, H.C. Pocahontas' People: The Powhatan Indians of Virginia Through Four Centuries. Univ. of Oklahoma Press:Norman, OK, 1990. p. 86.
  206. Wise, Matthew M. The Littleton Heritage. West Columbia, SC: Wentworth Printing Co., , 1997. Author resides in Salem, VA. Appendix 1.
  207. Ibid., p.460.
  208. Ibid.
  209. Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1960, Vol.8, p.8.
  210. Ibid., Vol 23, p.616.