• [S1] "Virginia Custis Winslett (born 1952) Research," 1965 - ongoing, (Naples, FL). Hereinafter cited as "Virginia Winslett Research."
  • [S2] "Moody Kellam Miles Research: Hundreds of Families from the Eastern Shore from Charlemagne to the early 1900s," Moody K. 'M.K.' Miles III, Version 15.0 and later, continuously updated, (Stafford, VA), (http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/index.htm). Extremely well documented and sourced research. Some key underlying sources include: Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800; Nora Miller Turman, Accomack Co, VA, Marriage Records, 1776-1854; Barry W. Miles & Moody K. Miles III, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1800-1860; Stratton Nottingham, Soldiers and Sailors of the Eastern Shore of Virginia In the Revolutionary War; Ruth T. Dryden, Worcester Co, MD, 1850 Census; Ruth T. Dryden, Lower Eastern Shore Maryland Marriages including the counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico, 1865-1906. This database is hosted by the Library of Virginia and accessed online through the Eastern Shore of Virginia Public Library. Hereinafter cited as "Moody Miles Research."
  • [S3] "Elizabeth Harriet Perry (1904 - 1989) Research", unknown date, Elizabeth Harriet Perry to Virginia Custis Winslett (Naples, FL). Extensive collection of hand-written family histories, original documents, correspondence and professionally prepared genealogical reports on our Lanphier, Martin, Perry, Russell, Ruff, Wallace and intermarried families. The collection was lost at Elizabeth Perry's death, however in 1984 Elizabeth graciously lent the collection to Virginia Custis Winslett, who made a complete copy for the lines on the Perry side. All copied documents were retained except for family group sheets with information redundant to the original documents. Hereinafter cited as "Elizabeth Harriet Perry Research."
  • [S8] "Janet Beall Broadbent (1927-2018) Research", 1986-1992, (Los Altos, CA) to Virginia Custis Winslett (Naples. FL). Janet conducted extensive research on the Martin family in original records held by the LDS Church. Hereinafter cited as "Janet Beall Broadbent Research."
  • [S12] "Ella Virginia Auguste Perry (1870-1971) Research: Collection of hand-written Lanphier, Martin, Perry, Russell and Other Family Documents," inherited by Virginia Custis Winslett, (Naples, FL). These original documents and original family histories were prepared by Ella Virginia's ancestors and handed down in her family. Ella Virginia provided the focus and encouragement to make genealogy a life-long passion for this researcher, her great granddaughter Virgina Custis Winslett. Hereinafter cited as "Ella Virginia Perry Research."
  • [S16] Interview with William Langfitt Freseman (1901-1970), by Virginia 'Ginny' Custis Winslett, 1967.
  • [S41] "Julia Knight Perry Lawrence (1966 - 2015) Research," 1994 - 2010, (Norton, Malmesbury, England), to Virginia Custis Winslett (Naples, Fl). Hereinafter cited as "Julia Perry Lawrence Research."
  • [S42] 1821 Ballymacarrett (Belfast), Ireland Census Extract: Genealogical Research Prepared for Elizabeth Harriet Perry (1897 - 1904), unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  • [S48] "William Langfitt Freseman (1901 - 1970) Official Military Record," to Virginia Custis Winslett; Naples, FL. Hereinafter cited as "Freseman Military Record."
  • [S66] Benjamin Jones Dashiell (1867- ), compiler, Dashiell Family Records (Towson, MD: Benjamin J. Dashiell, 1928-1932). Hereinafter cited as Dashiell Family.
  • [S79] William Langfitt Freseman Obituary, (Miami, FL: Miami Herald, 18 Jan 1971). Hereinafter cited as William Freseman Obituary.
  • [S81] Joel Harper Winslett (1854-1909) and Oma Lavinia Strong (1861-1952) Bible, Virginia Custis Winslett, Naples, FL. This bible includes the Winslett, Strong, Bird and Talton families. The bible was inherited by Henry Dillard Winslett (1889-1978) and was purchased at the sale of Henry's estate from Clyde Mortimer Winslett by his brother John Dixon Winslett (1919-2001). When the bible was received by John's daughter Virginia Custis Winslett, the title and introductory pages, including the publisher and date, were missing. The writing is inferred to be that of Oma Strong Winslett. Hereinafter cited as Joel Winslett and Oma Strong Bible.
  • [S82] Interviews with Henry and Amanda Winslett (Montevallo, AL) by Virginia Custis Winslett, 1965-1968. Interviews were conducted simultaneously with Henry and Amanda in their home. The interviews were followed up with mailed reports detailing the interviews and asking additional questions; the written responses were received via mail.
  • [S123] Willie Lee Winslett (1912-2007) Interview, (Montevallo, AL) by Virginia Custis Winslett; Sep 1992, Feb 1994, 1995, 1998.
  • [S155] James M. Winslett Family Records, (Philadelphia, PA: William W. Harding, 1874); Virginia Custis Winslett, Naples, FL. Hereinafter cited as Benjamin Tappan August Bible.
  • [S199] Samuel Pearce May (b. 1828), compiler, Descendants of Richard Sares (Sears) of Yarmouth, Massachusetts, 1638-1888 with an Appendix Containing Some Notices of Other Families by the Name of Sears, https://archive.org/stream/descendantsofric00mays#page/n7/…, (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1890). Fredrick Rufus Sears, born 1908, prepared the Supplement ... of the James Sears Family, 8th generation. Hereinafter cited as Richard Sares (Sears) Descendants.
  • [S210] Ludie Mae Weathers Grantham (b. 1945), compiler, The Weathers Family (Wilsonville, AL: L. M. W. Grantham). The full title of this self-published manuscript was Weathers: Favorite Recipes from Members of the Weathers Family. The manuscript is collected records from family members, the majority of which align with census records but census records do add other family members. The version this researcher owns does not have the recipes. Hereinafter cited as Weathers Family.
  • [S217] 1840 Greene County, Georgia Census Extract, Winslett household. Excerpted and republished, Winslett Family Newsletter, Vol 2, no 2, 31 Mar 1994, Sandra Long, 90 Long Circle, Roswell, GA. Hereafter shown as "1840 Greene Co, GA Census."
  • [S236] T. Michael Miller, compiler, Artisans and Merchants of Alexandria, Virginia, 1784-1820, Volume 1 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books Incorporated, 1991). T. Michael Miller was a noted Alexandria, VA research historian, author and librarian for the Alexandria genealogical and historical special collection. In the 250 year history of Alexandria, nobody wrote more about the history of Alexandria than T. Michael Miller, and he frequently contributed articles on all aspects of Alexandria history to a wide variety of other publications. Hereinafter cited as Alexandria Artisans and Merchants.
  • [S237] Cazenove Insurance Papers for 500 Block King Street, Alexandria, VA (1815 and 1823). These documents included coverage of the Lanphier family. Hereinafter cited as Cazenove Insurance Papers.
  • [S238] William Francis Smith, T. Michael Miller, compilers, Portrait of a Town: Alexandria, District of Columbia, 1820-1830 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1995). T. Michael Miller was an awarded, prolific Alexandria historian. Hereinafter cited as Alexandria, DC 1820-1830.
  • [S244] United States Navy, Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, http://www.hazegray.org/danfs/. Hereinafter cited as Dictionary of US Naval Ships.
  • [S258] John Dixon Winslett (1919-2001) Interview, (Calera, AL) by Virginia Custis Winslett, 1998.
  • [S259] John Dixon Winslett (1919-2001) World War II Diary, European air bombing campaign, unpublished manuscript with schematics & pictures, Jan - Aug 1944. John donated a copy to the Air War College Library, Montgomery, AL. Hereinafter cited as John Winslett WW II Diary.
  • [S290] "Spring Love Lasts Couple Sixty-Three Big Years," (Birmingham, AL: 21 May 1972). Hereinafter cited as "Winsletts Married 63 Years."
  • [S324] Daniel Lamar Winslett Schmidt Confirmation, by Bishop David Jones, Alexandria, VA, certificate, 10 Jan 1999. Hereinafter cited as Daniel Schmidt Confirmation.
  • [S337] Frank Mather Archer (1930-2010), Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, VA, 27 May 2010. Hereinafter cited as Frank Mather Archer.
  • [S365] Marin Caidin, Flying Forts: The B-17 in World War II (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 1968). Provides a very detailed discussion of the use of B-17 bombers in WW II. Hereinafter cited as B-17s in WW II.
  • [S371] Perry - Russell Family Records, accessed in 2018. This document consists of transcriptions of records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, military, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source when available. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com, message boards, email correspondence and google searches. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Hereinafter cited as Perry - Russsell Family Records.
  • [S394] 1880 Harpersville, Shelby County, AL Census, Weathers, Merrit, Wheat, Beam, 17 - 23 Jun 1880. Hereafter shown as "1880 Shelby Co, AL Census."
  • [S400] Stephen "Yank" Weathers Family Records, accessed in 2017 - 2018. This document consists of transcriptions of records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source when available. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com, message boards, email correspondence and google searches. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Hereinafter cited as Stephen Weathers Family Records.
  • [S401] "Timothy Beam Research", 2017, (https://www.ancestry.com/connect/Profile/…). Timothy Beam's research on Ezekiel Beam is posted at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/30754135/…. The parents he shows for Ezekiel are not correct but this researcher was unable to make contact with Timothy. Hereinafter cited as "Timothy Beam Reseach."
  • [S404] 1850 Cherokee County, Alabama Census, Glenn and Beam households. Hereafter shown as "1850 Cherokee Co, AL Census."
  • [S514] Martin-Lanphier Family Record. Author unknown because handwriting not recognized. Very old handwriting with ink on paper. Both family lines begin with our direct line ancestor John Satchell Martin (1815-1888). Found in the genealogical research papers of Elizabeth Harriet Perry (1904-1989). Hereinafter cited as Martin-Lanphier Family Record.
  • [S537] Weathers - Wheat Family Records, accessed in 2016. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Hereinafter cited as Weathers - Wheat Family Records.
  • [S538] Thomas Merritt Family Records, accessed in 2019. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Hereinafter cited as Merritt Family Records.
  • [S544] Freseman - Guenther Family Records, accessed in 2016 - 2017. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Record transcription and translation from Old German were provided by Marianne Southall Winslett of Champaign, IL and Wolfgang Heber of Stuttgart, Germany. Hereinafter cited as Freseman - Guenther Records.
  • [S545] Hodencamp - Freseman Family Records, accessed in 2018. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Access to the 1950 census may assist in verifying data regarding this namesake daughter. Hereinafter cited as Hodencamp - Freseman Family Records.
  • [S546] Heinrich Fresemann Family Register, Pennsylvania and New Jersey Church and Town Records 1669-1999, St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Register 1873-1897, 600 East North Avenue, Allegheny, Pittsburgh, PA, 9 Sep 1875. Hereinafter cited as Fresemann Family Church Register. St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church was formerly named Die Deutsche Evangelisch Lutherische Sankt Mattaeus Gemeinde and formerly located at Tripoli and Gerst Way streets and then Foreland and East streets in Allegheny, PA. Record transcription and translation from Old German were provided by Marianne Southall Winslett of Champaign, IL and Wolfgang Heber of Stuttgart, Germany. https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2451/…
  • [S547] Heirich Freseman - Sophia Schuette Family Records, accessed in 2016. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, family church register, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Record transcription and translation from Old German were provided by Marianne Southall Winslett of Champaign, IL and Wolfgang Heber of Stuttgart, Germany. Hereinafter cited as Fresemann-Schuette Records.
  • [S548] John, Werner and Woelfel Family Records, accessed in 2016. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Record transcription and translation from Old German were provided by Marianne Southall Winslett of Champaign, IL and Wolfgang Heber of Stuttgart, Germany. Hereinafter cited as John-Werner-Woelfel Family.
  • [S560] Gustav Emil Guenther Family Records, accessed in 2016. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Record transcription and translation from Old German were provided by Marianne Southall Winslett and Wolfgang Heber. Hereinafter cited as Gustav Guenther Family Records.
  • [S566] Ezekiel Beam (c 1796-1878) Family Records, accessed in 2017. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com and google searches and may include information from electronic website postings. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Hereinafter cited as Ezekiel Beam Family Records.
  • [S587] Patricia June Hardy Strickling Research, 2017, (Sylacauga, AL) to Virginia C. Winslett, (Naples, FL). June Strickling, a Hyram Weathers descendant, posted research on the Beam and Weathers families beginning in the 1990s. Hereinafter cited as June Strickling Research.
  • [S596] John Beam Sr. Family Records, accessed in 2017. The John Beam Family was prominent in South Carolina whereas our Beam family line was not. Because of the duplicative use of given names, such as Ezekiel, in the two families both lines had to be researched to ensure the correct lineage. No indication was found of a familial or economic relationship between the two Beam families. However many researchers mistake John Beam (1760-1827), who had a son named Ezekiel born 1790, to be the father of our Ezekiel born 1796. This document consists of transcriptions of primary records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. Hereinafter cited as John Beam Sr. Family Records.
  • [S598] Wesley E. Pippenger, compiler, Tombstone Inscriptions of Alexandria, Virginia (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1992), Vol. 1 and 2. Hereinafter cited as Alexandria Tombstone Inscriptions.
  • [S625] Sabine Bohne Research: Stammbaum Bohne Web Site, 2018, (monte_leon at web dot de, Germany) to Virginia Winslett, (Naples, FL). Sabine Bohne extensively researched and transcribed original church records in the Dresden, Germany archives, thus extending our lines back multiple generations. Sabine and this researcher collaborated and exchanged data beginning in 2018. Hereinafter cited as Sabine Bohne Research.
  • [S628] Marilyn Jackson Research, 2018, (Fairfax, VA) to Virginia Winslett, (Naples, FL). Hereinafter cited as Marilyn Jackson Research.
  • [S645] Weathers - Beam Family Records, accessed in 2017 - 2018. This document consists of transcriptions of records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, military, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source when available. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com, message boards, email correspondence and google searches. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Hereinafter cited as Weathers - Beam Records.
  • [S665] Jonathan Wheat Family Records, accessed in 2019. This document consists of transcriptions of records researched and saved electronically by this researcher. The document may contain birth, christening, immigration, military, land, tax, marriage, census, social security, death, or probate records for key ancestors, their spouses, children, and parents. Records include link to original source when available. Data was accessed through ancestry.com, familysearch.com, message boards, email correspondence and google searches. Researcher notes are included as appropriate. Any unverified data is noted as such. Hereinafter cited as Wheat Family Records.