• [S45] Ruth Jean Tamm Dryden, compiler, Land Records of Worcester County, Maryland 1666-1810 (San Diego, CA: Ruth T. Dryden, 1987). Hereinafter cited as Worcester Co, MD Land Records.
  • [S46] Ruth Jean Tamm Dryden, compiler, Land Records of Somerset County, Maryland (San Diego, CA: Ruth Dryden, 1985). Hereinafter cited as Somerset Co, MD Land Records.
  • [S47] Robert William Barnes, compiler, Maryland Marriages 1634-1777 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1976). Hereinafter cited as Maryland Marriages 1634-1777.
  • [S55] James Camden Hotten, editor, The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700: with their ages, the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars; from mss. preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England, https://archive.org/details/originallistsofp00hottuoft (London, England: James C. Hotten, 1874). Hereinafter cited as Original Immigrants 1600 - 1700.
  • [S58] Blanche Hamlett Baldridge (1893-1984), My Virginia Kin: Comprising the Hamlett, Witt, Giles, Wills, Eubank, Fortune, Mullenix, Lynchard, Talbot and Knight Families with a Short Treatise on the Loving Family, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89062945886;view=1up;seq=15 (Strawberry Point, IA: Press-Journal Publishing Company, 1958). Hereinafter cited as Virginia Kin.
  • [S63] Alan F. Day, David W. Jordan, Gregory A. Stiverson Edward Papenfuse, Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789, http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000426/html/ (Baltimore and London: John Hopkins University Press, 1985). Hereinafter cited as Maryland Legislature Biographies.
  • [S64] Roberta Bowling Henry, Eleanor Cotton Whitaill, Jane Baldwin Cotton, Maryland Calendar of Wills (extracts), https://archive.org/details/marylandcalenda00whitgoog (Kohn & Pollock, Inc; Jewish Communal Service Association of North America, 1920). Hereinafter cited as Maryland Calendar of Wills.
  • [S65] Ruth Jean Tamm Dryden, compiler, Somerset County, Maryland Will Books, 1750-1772 (San Diego, CA: Ruth Dryden, unknown publish date), volume 2. Hereinafter cited as Somerset Wills 1750-1772.
  • [S68] George Cabell Greer, compiler, Early Virginia Immigrants 1623 - 1666, http://www.evmedia.com/virginia (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, (1912) 1960). Hereinafter cited as Early Virginia Immigrants.
  • [S71] "Elizabeth Dean Pie (1923-2007) Research", 1991 (Ontario, Canada) to Virginia Custis Winslett (Naples, FL). Family information based on old Martin and Purnell family tree handed down for generations in her family. Hereinafter cited as "Elizabeth Pie Research."
  • [S72] Ruth Jean Tamm Dryden, compiler, Worcester County, Maryland Will Books (San Diego, CA: R. Dryden). This source imported incorrectly; the source may be Ruth Dryden's Worchester Co, MD Will Book series or could be individual extracts from wills in the Maryland Hall of Records. Hereinafter cited as Worcester County Wills.
  • [S78] Edward Duffield Neill (1823-1893), John Neill of Lewes, Delaware, 1739, and his Descendants, https://archive.org/details/johnneilloflewes00neil (Philadelphia, PA: 1875). Hereinafter cited as John Neill of Lewes, Delaware.
  • [S137] Daniel French Estate Papers, Fairfax County, VA, Will Book 1. Hereinafter cited as Daniel French Estate.
  • [S174] Luke Beckerdite, "William Buckland and William Bernanrd Sears: The Designer and the Carver," The Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, volume 8, number 2, https://archive.org/stream/journalofearlyso821982muse#page/…, (Winston-Salem, NC: Museaum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Nov 1992). Includes illustrations of the carvings rendered by our ancestor William Sears. Hereinafter cited as "Buckland and Sears."
  • [S179] Nell Marion Nugent, compiler, Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patent and Grants, 1623-1800 (Richmond, VA: The Dietz Printing Company, 1934). Excerpt provided by Robert Strong of Madison, AL. Hereinafter cited as Cavaliers and Pioneers.
  • [S181] Luke Beckerdite, William H. Hosley, editor, American Furniture, Work of William Buckland and William Sears, (Hanover, NH: University Press, Chipstone Foundation, 1994). Hereinafter cited as William Sears Career.
  • [S189] Elizabeth Going Lanphier (1704-1767) Deposition, Prince George County, Maryland Deed, LDS film 0014253, item 1, p. 42-44, 23 Sep 1767. Hereinafter cited as Elizabeth Going Lanphier Deposition.
  • [S239] Nancy L. Ross, "Rebuilding Menokin," The Washington Post, Washington Home Section, (Washington, DC: 12 Oct 1995). Hereinafter cited as "Rebuilding Menokin."
  • [S251] "Mount Airy and Menokin," Colonial Homes, p. 84-91, 109-110 (Sep 1997). Hereinafter cited as "Mount Airy and Menokin."
  • [S257] Wallace Nutting, Furniture Treasury, volume 1, plate 77 (1928; reprint New York, NY: MacMillian Publishing Company, 1976). Hereinafter cited as Furniture Treasury.
  • [S265] Thomas Lanphier II ( 1699-1741) Estate Inventory, Liber 36, Folio 126, Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD, 23 May 1747. Hereinafter cited as Lanphier Estate Inventory.
  • [S270] Venus Lanphier (1731-1769) Will, Fairfax County, VA Will Book C, 24 Nov 1769. Hereinafter cited as Venus Lanphier Will.
  • [S272] Irish Wills Index of 1618-1800, Lanphier and Going families, LDS 1279253, items 23-24, Consistory Court, Diocese of Cashel and Emly, Church of Ireland. The Irish Will Index is searchable with a paid subscription at http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7287. Hereinafter cited as Irish Will Index 1618.
  • [S279] Julie Dear, Reviving Gunston Hall, Washington Post, Washington, DC, 25 Feb 1999. Hereinafter cited as Gunston Hall.
  • [S330] Lee Baldwin Dalzell, Robert F. Dalzell, George Washington's Mount Vernon: At Home in Revolutionary America (New York, NY and Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 1998). Hereinafter cited as Mount Vernon.
  • [S331] William Bernard Sears (1732-1818) Obituary, Alexandria Gazette and Daily Advertiser, Alexandria, VA, 2 May 1818. Hereinafter cited as William Bernard Sears Obituary.
  • [S336] The Washington Post Newspaper, Washington, DC, 8 May 2006.
  • [S364] Dorothy and Richard Pratt, A Guide to Early American Homes: North and South (New York, NY: Bonanza Books, 1956). Hereinafter cited as Early American Homes.
  • [S383] Alice Norris Parran, compiler, Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families: Tercentenary of the Founding of Maryland (Baltimore, MD: A. N. Parran, 1935 and 1938). Hereinafter cited as Maryland's Heraldic Families.
  • [S388] John Kendall 1582 Baptism. Possibly the baptism record for our John Kendall (1585-1665) because Worstead is about 7 miles from Brinton in Norfolk Co, England where John was supposedly born but without the father's name on the certificate cannot be sure. Accessed and downloaded through ancestry.com.
    Hereinafter cited as John Kendall 1582 Baptism.
  • [S402] William Bernard Sears (1732-1818) Family Records, accessed in 2015-2017. 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 William Sears Family Records.
  • [S407] James Whaley II (1728-1784) birth, St Peter's Parish, New Kent Co, VA, 19 Jul 1728. Hereinafter cited as James Whaley II birth.
  • [S408] James Whaley II (1728-1784) death, Cameron Parish, Loudoun Co, VA. 19 Jul 1794. Although based on unverified family group sheet data, this information is supported by reference to the dispute of his will in 1875 in Loudoun Co, VA. Hereinafter referred to as James Whaley II death.
  • [S409] James Whaley I (1684-1749) probate, Richmond Co, VA, 4 Jun 1750. Hereinafter referred to as James Whaley I probate.
  • [S410] Jacob Ramey I (1630-1721), 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 Jacob Ramey I Family Records.
  • [S411] Jacob Ramey II (16751727), accessed in 2018. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Ramey II Records.
  • [S412] Ann Sanford (1680-1763) complied records. Hereinafter referred to as Ann Sanford Records.
  • [S413] Sarah Fryer (1712-1745) compiled birth, marriage records. This data is based on unverified source records. Hereinafter cited as Sarah Fryer Records.
  • [S415] Gay Lynne Ramey Wells Research, wells789 at aol dot com, Virginia Winslett, Naples, FL, accessed in 2015. Hereinafter cited as Gay Ramey Wells Research.
  • [S416] History of Colonial Families of Virginia, Jacob Remey I and Mary Spencer, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi. Hereinafter cited as History of VA Colonial Families.
  • [S417] Glenda Delene Reynolds Research, 2015, (Nancy, KY). Website no longer available at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/e/y/… in 2018. Hereinafter cited as Glenda Reynolds Research.
  • [S418] Jean Geoffrey Petrick, compiler, Chronology of the Ancient French Family Remi (Remy) in France, France Institute Heraldique et Genealogique of Paris, http://www.angelfire.com/la2/gen/theremyfamily.html, (Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1941). These excerpts from the book were posted by Gay Ramey Wells. The books sources are not provided, thus the lineages are unproven. Hereinafter cited as Remy Family Chronology.
  • [S420] Family History and Genealogy of Laura & Elizabeth Henderson, waterhorsemedia at gmail dot com, http://infoitsallrelative.wixsite.com/genealogy, accessed online in 2007. This research was no longer available online by 2018. Hereinafter referred to as Laura Henderson Research.
  • [S517] Karl Rosenberg, compiler, Descendants of James Burden (1740-1806), James Whaley (1684-1750) and Henry Talbott (1745-1819), (El Paso, TX: unknown, 1982). Hereinafter cited as James Whaley Descendants.
  • [S559] Luke Beckerdite, "William Buckland Reconsidered: Architectural Carving in Chesapeake Maryland 1771-1774," The Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, volume 8, number 2, https://archive.org/stream/journalofearlyso821982muse#page/… (Winston-Salem, NC: Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Nov 1992). Mr. Beckerdite's research showed our ancestor William Bernard Sears did not work on William Buckland's architecture projects in Maryland, although the carving done in Maryland was similar to Sears' style. Luke enumerated the employees of Buckland in Maryland and stated the carving was apparently completed by Thomas Hall under the direction of John Randall after Buckland's untimely death. Hereinafter cited as "William Buckland."
  • [S572] Edward Everett Lanphere, compiler, The Lanphere and Related Families Genealogy (Chapel Hill, NC: E. Lanphere, 1970), https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/19593/…,60,1971,134;1059,233,1527,307;253,1276,601,1337;601,1535,991,1609. The portion of this book concerning our ancestor Thomas Lanphier was appartenly written by Dr. Charles Lanphier Patton and Connie Beall Howe, Lanphier descendants in Springfield, IL and Vashon, WA. This portion includes a multi-generation detailed family tree with some data for older generations disagreeing with data of this researcher. Includes parts of a confused family tradition passed down in our line. Source was particularly used for the Charles Lanphier line. Hereinafter cited as Lanphere and Related Families.
  • [S601] Wesley E. Pippenger, compiler, Marriage and Death Notices from Alexandria, Virginia Newspapers 1784-1838 (Arlington, VA: W. E. Pippenger, 2005). This volume was researched for the surnames August, Lanphier, Pearson, Sears and Martin; the Martin search was not completed due to lack of time. Hereinafter cited as Alexandria Newspaper Notices.
  • [S649] Titus Woodworth 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 from Canada and the United States. 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 Titus Woodworth Records.
  • [S650] George Andrew Woodworth 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 George Andrew Woodworth Records.
  • [S653] Jeanette Woodworth Behan, "Jeanette Woodworth Behan Research," volume one, #2, #3, #4, #5, 1984-1985. Jeaneatte Behan is a deceased historian who published the Woodworth Family Newsletter from Newtown, CT. She did a long four-part series entitled the Unplaced William Woodworth of Canada on William Woodworth and his descendants hoping someone would be able to identify whether William's line was unique in Canada or was tied to another existing Woodworth line in that nation.. Hereinafter cited as "Jeanette Behan Research."