• [S23] Frederick A. Virkus, compiler, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy: First Families of America, a Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States (Chicago, IL: A.N. Marquis & Co, 1925), volume 3, p. 226, online (http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001963849). Hereinafter cited as Compendium of American Genealogy.
  • [S29] William Fletcher Boogher, compiler, Gleanings of Virginia History: An Historical and Genealogical Collection, Largely from Original Sources (Washington DC: 1903), online (https://archive.org/details/gleaningsvirgin00booggoog). Hereinafter cited as Gleanings of Virginia History.
  • [S30] William Pope Anderson (1874-1951), compiler, Anderson Family Records, http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupname, (Cincinnati, OH: W. F. Schaefer & Company, 1936). Hereinafter cited as Anderson Family Records.
  • [S31] John Walker Wayland (1872-1962), Lincolns in Virginia (Staunton, VA: McClure Printing Company, 1946). Hereinafter cited as Lincolns in Virginia.
  • [S32] Howard McKnight Wilson, The Tinkling Spring, Headwater of Freedom: a Study of the Church and her People, 1732-1952 (Fishersville, VA: Wilson, Garrett and Massie, Richmond, VA, 1954), online (http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006801530). Hereinafter cited as The Tinkling Spring.
  • [S36] Edmund Pendleton Tompkins (1868-1952), Rockbridge County, Virginia: An Informal History (Richmond, VA: Whittet & Shepperson, 1952), online (https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet). Hereinafter cited as Rockbridge Co, VA History.
  • [S56] Paul Wilstach (1870-1952), Mount Vernon: Washington's Home and the Nation's Shrine, https://archive.org/stream/mountvernonwashi00wils#page/n9/… (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1916). Hereinafter cited as Mount Vernon Home.
  • [S57] Philip Slaughter (1808-1890) and Edward Lewis Goodwin (1855-1924), The History of Truro Parish in Virginia, https://archive.org/details/historytruropar00goodgoog (Philadelphia, PA: G. W. Jacobs and Company, 1908, p. 88. Hereinafter cited as Truro Parish History.
  • [S60] Thomas Tileston Waterman, Mansions of Virginia, 1706-1776 (New York, NY: Bonanza Books, 1955). Includes information and pictures about our Lanphier and Sears ancestors' work at Gunston Hall and Mount Vernon in Virginia, although much more detail is now available. Hereinafter cited as Mansions of Virginia.
  • [S77] Leslie Lyle Campbell, Campbell Clan in Virginia, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005729985 (Lexington, VA: Leslie Campbell, 1954). Hereinafter cited as Campbell Clan in Virginia.
  • [S92] Dorothy Ford Wulfeck (1897-1983), compiler, Marriages of Some Virginia Residents, 1607-1800 (Baltimore, MD: D. F. Wulfeck, 1986.) Hereinafter cited as Virginia Marriages 1607-1800.
  • [S93] Rockbridge County, Virginia Marriages (Salt Lake City, UT: Church of Latter Day Saints, unknown publish date), LDS film 8027, part 3, pg 38, 49. Note this research was done by another researcher and this particular film number does not match this county, so this source may refer to one of the several books by this or a similar name held by the LDS Church. Hereinafter cited as Rockbridge Co, VA Marriages.
  • [S94] Heidelberg Congregation, St Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church Baptism Index, Schaefferstown, Lebanon, PA, 1729-1875, (Salt Lake City, UT: LDS Church). This baptism index is searchable at https://familysearch.org/search/record/results. Hereinafter cited as Heidelberg Congregation Baptism Index.
  • [S95] Donald Herbert Yoder, compiler, Pennsylvania German Church Records of Births, Baptisms, Marrriages, Burials, etc from the Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings and Addresses (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1983). Hereinafter cited as Pennsylvania German Records.
  • [S98] Marriages at Goshenhoppen 1731-1790; (Salt Lake City: LDS Church, Salt Lake City, UT), film 49585, first item. Research of these records was done by Janet Beall Broadbent. Hereinafter cited as Goshenhoppen Marriages 1731-90.
  • [S99] "Emmert Family", 1990s, Willis Taylor Finley (Longview, TX) to Janet Beall Broadbent (Los Altos, CA). Hereinafter cited as "Emmert Family."
  • [S100] Ralph L. Triplet, Grace Kelso Garner, compiler, Early Marriages in Western Frederick County, Virginia and Eastern Hampshire County, West Virginia (Grace Garner, 1975), p. 81, 94, 95, 102, 131. Hereinafter cited as Frederick Co, VA Marriages.
  • [S101] William Montgomery Clemens (1860-1931), compiler, Virginia Wills Before 1799: a Complete Abstract Register of all Names Mentioned in Over Six Hundred Recorded Wills (Baltimore, MD: Southern Book Company, 1958). Hereinafter cited as Virginia Wills Before 1799.
  • [S103] Ralph Beaver Strassburger (1883-1959), compiler, William John Hinke (1871-1947), editor, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: a Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, volume 1, p. 36 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966). Hereinafter cited as Pennsylvania German Pioneers.
  • [S114] "Col. Freddie Williams Evans (b. 1928) Research", 1990s, (Macon, GA) to Virginia Custis Winslett, (Naples, FL). Correspondence includes articles and records analyzed by Freddie. Hereinafter cited as "Freddie Evans Research."
  • [S173] Susan Annie Plaskett, Memories of a Plain Family, 1836-1936 (Washington, DC: Franklin Press, 1936). Hereinafter cited as Plain Family.
  • [S193] "Scots Ancestral Homes," Colonial Homes Magazine, Jun 1990). Hereinafter cited as "Scots Ancestral Homes."
  • [S194] Samuel Oliver Ruff (1917-2010), compiler, Jacob Ruff 1746 - 1794: The Family Pioneer of the Virginia Ruffs, Jun 1985, Library of Virginia Genealogical Notes Collection, File number 32447, Richmond, VA. Samuel made limited distribution, including to this researcher, of his manuscript. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Ruff.
  • [S211] Ann L. Brush Miller, compiler, Orange County, Virginia Road Orders, 1750-1800, (Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Transportation Research Council, 1989, revised 2004). Hereinafter cited as Orange Co, VA Roads.
  • [S249] Samuel Oliver Ruff (1917-2010) Interview, (Arlington, VA), by Virginia Custis Winslett, 17 Feb 1998. Samuel took great pleasure in researching and preparing manuscripts about our Ruff ancestors. Some of his papers are now in the Library of Virginia genealogy collection.
  • [S252] Selby, Wise, Handy, Ramsey, Martin Famlies, Martin - Selby Bible, Rev C. H. B Turner, Maryland Historical Society Turner Collection, Collection #64, Filing Case A, Baltimore, MD. Hereinafter cited as Martin - Selby Bible.
  • [S278] Lewis Martin Counts (b. ~1879) Letter, 13 Nov 1915. Virginia Custis Winslett, Naples, FL. Lewis was the son of Henry H. and Melissa E. Counts. Hereinafter cited as Lewis Martin Counts Letter.
  • [S310] William Armstrong Crozier (1864-1913), compiler, Virginia County Records, Volumes 7 & 10, https://archive.org/details/virginiacountyre07croz (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ: The Genealogical Association, 1910 - 1912). Title varies slightly from volume to volume. Issued as Virginia County Records, a quarterly periodical from Mar 1909 - Dec 1910 (volumes 6-7) and 1911 - 1912 (volumes 9-10, pt. 3). Issued as "Official publication of the College of Arms of Canada," volume 9, pts. 2/3 - volume 10, pt. 1 (1911- 1912). This quarterly series was republished in 1971 by the Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD. Hereinafter cited as Virginia County Records.
  • [S323] Samuel Winslett Military Records, Company K, 45th Alabama Regiment, Confederate Army, Loachpoka, Macon Co, AL; muster record number 50075968; Confederate Archives, Chapter 10, file number 26, p. 134; 15 Mar 1862 and 21 Mar 1863.
  • [S389] Jacob Ruff (1746-1794) - Anna Catarina Hellm (est1754-~1780), Pennsylvania Marriage Records New Hanover Lutheran Church 1700-1821, 20 Sep 1774. Accessed and downloaded through ancestry.com.
  • [S395] Mary Aurora Evans Ritter (1898-1997) Research, 1992, (Dothan, AL) to Virginia Custis Winslett, (Naples, FL). Hereinafter cited as Mary Evans Ritter Research.
  • [S398] William Bell (~1724-1780) Will, Orange County, Virginia Will Book 3, p. 25; 9 Jul 1776, 9 Jun 1778, 24 Nov 1780. Hereinafter cited as William Bell Will.
  • [S406] Jacob Ruff (1746-1794) - Anna Barbara Millslagel (1762-1836) marriage, Winchester, Frederick Co, VA, 12 Mar 1782. Hereinafter cited as Ruff - Millslagel marriage.
  • [S422] Carol Lea Millslagle-Macke, compiler, Genealogy of the Millslagle Family & the Related Surnames of Northrup, Collander, Loy, Wickham, Norton. Accessed online in 2014 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/… with clmacke at msn dot com. Hereinafter cited as Genealogy of the Millslagle Family.
  • [S423] Ralph L. Triplett, Grace Kelso Garner, compiler, Early Marriages Western Frederick County, Virginia and Eastern Hampshire County, West Virginia, LDS Lib #975/V25g, p.81, 94-95, 102, 131 (Frederick Co, VA: G. Garner, 1975). Hereinafter cited as Frederick Co, VA Marriages.
  • [S424] Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, volume 18, p. 17, Pennsylvania Archives Index. Hereinafter cited as Richmond Township, PA.
  • [S425] "Diary of Johann Andreas Millslagel (1730-c. 1815)", 1750s - 1770s, Grady Loy, Yokohama, Japan. This diary has been translated from Old German. Hereinafter cited as "Andreas Millslagel Diary."
  • [S426] Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche Lachen Kirkchenbuch: Lachen-Speyerdorf Reformed Church Birth & Marriage Registers, Mikrofilms aufgenommen von Manuskripten im Staatsarchiv Speyer, Rheinland-Pfalz, Bayern, Germany, accessed in 1999, by Janet B. Broadbent. Hereinafter cited as Lachen-Speyerdorf Church Register.
  • [S427] Hanss Henrich Muehlschlaegel (1684-1735) - Maria Apolonia Family Records, accessed in 2017. 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. Additional records for possibly related persons are included. Hereinafter cited as Muehlschlaegel- Hamman Records.
  • [S429] The Complete Loy History Website, John George (Hans Jurich) Loy, Jan 2000, accessed online in 2018. This compiler chose not to share their name. Hereinafter cited as Complete Loy History.
  • [S430] Joseph McClester, Scotch-Irish in America: Proceedings and Addresses of the 1st-10th Congress, 1889-1901, https://archive.org/stream/scotchirishiname08scotiala/… (Nashville, TN: Scotch-Irish Society of America, 1897). Hereinafter cited as Scotch-Irish in America.
  • [S431] Whitman Family Papers, 1750-1951, http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/wcc/… (Wytheville, VA: W. R. Chitwood Collection, Special Collections, Kegley Library, Wytheville Community College, 1994 & 2001). Items in the Whitman Family Papers document the family history of Carrie Heuser Whitman (b. est 1879) whose maternal great great-grandfather was Jacob Ruff (1746-1794) and her include genealogical research on our Ruff, Wallace, Anderson, Martin, Varner and Wood lines. These files have not been read onsite. Hereinafter cited as Whitman Family Papers.
  • [S464] Mary Lynn Steward, compiler, Anderson Genealogy, 1915. This was a typed manuscript from Elizabeth Harriet Perry (1904-1989), Staunton, VA. Hereinafter cited as Anderson Genealogy.
  • [S480] Mary Newton Stanard, Story of Virginia's First Century (Philadelphia, PA & London, UK: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1928). Hereinafter cited as Virginia's First Century.
  • [S519] Lyman Chalkley(1861-1934), compiler, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia 1745-1800, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009029527, (Rosslyn, VA: Commonwealth Printing Company, 1911). Hereinafter cited as Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish.
  • [S573] Robert L. Jackson Research, (Ironton, MO), (https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/9589359/…). Robert Jackson completed research on the William Lanphier (c1773-1851) line of Alexandria, VA and Memphis, TN. Robert was likely the man born in 1963 and died in 2009 before this researcher could work directly with him. Hereinafter cited as Robert Jackson Research.
  • [S638] Descendents of Tom Weathers and Amanda Beam, 6 Jul 2006, (Jerry Dean Riley, jerrynrita at yahoo dot com), https://www.genealogy.com/ftm/r/i/l/Jerry-Riley-Georgia/…. Jerry Dean Riley was a direct line descendant of Thomas and Amanda Weathers. Hereinafter cited as Tom Weathers and Amanda Beam.
  • [S639] Andrew Jackson "John" Weathers 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. Judith Ann Weathers of San Antonio, TX is the great granddaughter of Andrew Jackson Weathers and provided four generations from family documentation to support this research. Hereinafter cited as Andrew Jackson Weathers Research.
  • [S641] James M. Winslett (~1832-1893) 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 James M. Winslett Records.
  • [S642] Alicia Arnsdorff Wilkerson Research, 2018. Alicia Wilkerson is the 3rd great granddaughter of John Allen Strong. Hereinafter cited as Alicia Arnsdorff Wilkerson Research.