• [S51] Virgil V. McNitt, MacNaughton Saga: a Story-Book History of an Ancient Clan and its Branches with Illustrations and Biographies; two volume history of the Clan MacNaughton, https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005831601 (Palmer, MA: Hamden Hills Publishers, 1951). Although genealogists have discovered much new information on the family since 1951, some of which disproves assumptions made by Mr. McNitt, the Saga remains a starting point for clan historians. Hereinafter cited as MacNaughton Saga.
  • [S52] Rev. William A. Stark, The Book of Kirkpatrick-Durham (Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland: Castle Douglas: Adam Rae, 1903). Rev. Stark (F. S. A. Scot) was a member of The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Hereinafter cited as Book of Kirkpatrick Durham.
  • [S59] Glenn Brown (1854-1932), History of the United States Capitol (Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1900), volume one, p. 6. Hereinafter cited as US Capitol History.
  • [S73] Donna Valley Russell, compiler, Selby Families of Colonial America: Daniel Selby of Old Somerset Co, MD (Middletown, MD: Catoctin Press, 1990). Hereinafter cited as Selby Families.
  • [S74] "Wilson Family Records" provided to Virginia Custis Winslett (Naples, FL). This report is based on compiled original records by an unknown author. Hereinafter cited as "Wilson Family Records."
  • [S118] Peter Wilson Coldham, compiler, Bonded Passengers to America 1655-1775: Home Counties, Volume 4 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1983). Extracts from English Crown documents. Hereinafter cited as Bonded Passengers to America: Counties.
  • [S127] 1870 Hatcher Station, Quitman County, Georgia Census Extracts, Winslett household, 8 Jun 1870. Excerpted and republished in the Winslett Family Newsletter, Vol 2, No 1, 1 Nov 1993, Sandra Long, 90 Long Circle, Roswell, GA 30075. Hereafter shown as "1870 Quitman Co, GA Census."
  • [S143] W. Stratton Nottingham (1887-1932), compiler, The Marriage License Bonds, Northampton County, Virginia from 1706 to 1854 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1974). Stratton Nottingham was a renowned genealogist who researched the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia. Hereinafter cited as Northampton Co Marriage Bonds.
  • [S162] Judith McGhan, compiler, Virginia Will Records from the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Magazine, (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1982). Hereinafter cited as Virginia Will Records.
  • [S175] "Craig Roberts Scott Research", 1993, (Route 1, Box 15A, Lovettesville, VA 22080) to Virginia Custis Winslett (Naples, FL). Hereinafter cited as "Craig Scott Research."
  • [S188] 1860 Randolph County, Alabama Census Extract, Strong household. Provided by Robert Strong of Madison, AL from "Strong Family of Virgina and Other Southern States Supplement," James F. Rolff, 1963. Hereafter shown as "1860 Randolph Co, AL Census."
  • [S191] "Dr. Robert "Bob" T. Strong II (~1932-1999)", 1993 - 1994, (Madison, AL) to Virginia Custis Winslett, (Naples, FL). A dedicated researcher and avid genealogist, Robert Strong and this researcher had extensive correspondence on the Strong family in the early 1990s; his material for the later 1990s is also posted online in trees and on message boards. Robert ensured any conclusions he reached were carefully documented by records -- thus not agreeing with unsourced published positions -- and clearly stated when he believed circumstances, such as close residential proximity, pointed to possible relationships. Hereinafter cited as "Robert T. Strong Research."
  • [S196] Thomas Jefferson Strong (1835-1913) Death Certificate, Alexander, Erath Co, TX, Record 25291, 16 Dec 1913. Hereinafter cited as Thomas J. Strong Death.
  • [S253] Johan Jocob Kizler Family Picture, Annotated picture with family names.
  • [S255] West-Lanphier Deed, Fairfax County, Virginia Deed Book D, p. 198. Note this researcher was unable to locate this deed. Hereinafter cited as West-Lanphier Deed.
  • [S256] 1810 Census and Personal Property Tax, Alexandria, Virginia. Hereafter shown as "1810 Alexandria, VA Census."
  • [S268] John Miles Patterson (est 1724-1765) Will, Fairfax County, VA Will Book C, p. 42-44.
  • [S269] Patterson Orphans' Indenture, Fairfax County, VA Will Book D, p, 399-400.
  • [S319] 1900 Precinct 2, Spring Creek, Shelby County, Alabama Census Extract, Strong household. Excerpted and provided by James R. Rolff, Galesburg, MI. Hereafter shown as "1900 Shelby Co, AL Census."
  • [S322] 1850 Alabama Census Index, Strong household, p. 204. Hereafter shown as "1850 AL Census Index."
  • [S380] Scotland Select Births & Baptisms 1564-1950, 15 Jan 1644. Thomas Martine's 1644 baptism can be searched for at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1771030. Hereinafter cited as Thomas Martine Baptism.
  • [S381] "Thomas Mackie 1718 Will," The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, reprint of Virginia Gleanings in England: Glascow Testaments, Volume 48, p. 66, (Richmond, VA: Virginia Historical Society). Virginia Gleanings is searchable with a paid subscription at http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=48515. Hereinafter cited as "Thomas Mackie Will."
  • [S442] Scott and Wood families, Scott Family Bible 1737-1930, Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA. This bible was owned by William Wallace Scott, and the bible record can be seen by searching at http://lva1.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/F/…. Hereinafter cited as Scott Family Bible 1737-1930.
  • [S460] Henry Scarburgh II (1565-1617) Will, North Walsham, Co Norfolk, England; Consistory Court of Norwich - Original Wills 1605 No. 134, James R. Revell Sr., 5 Sep 1604. Hereinafter cited as Henry Scarburgh Will.
  • [S502] Sidney Culbertson, The Hunter Family of Virginia and Connections: Embracing Portions of Families of Alexander, Pearson, Chapman, Travers, Tyler, Tyler, West, Gray, Smith and Safford of Virginia, and Maclay, Colhoun and Culbertson of Pennsylvania (Denver, CO: unknown, 1934). Hereinafter cited as Hunter Family.
  • [S516] Charles Robert V. Hall Research,, 2016, to Virginia Custis Winslett, (Naples, FL). Mr. Hall corresponded with this researcher regarding his unpublished database of 140,000 people in Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico Counties, MD. Hereinafter cited as Rob Hall Research.
  • [S534] Samuel Strong - Sarah Morrison Family Records, accessed in 2015 - 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 Strong - Morrison - McCormack Family Records.
  • [S554] Alisa Lynn May Jackson Research, Woodruff Wheat Family, http://person.ancestry.com/tree/18462875/person/724251636/… (Memphis, TN) to Virginia Custis Winslett, (Naples, FL). 2016. Hereinafter cited as Alisa Jackson Research.
  • [S557] Tony Cox Research, https://genealogy.ztlcox.com/~xcc2all/scduke/dukecamden/…, 2016 - 2017, (ztlcox at gmail dot com) to Virginia Custis Winslett, (Naples, FL). For decades Tony Cox has diligently researched all Dukes family lines to try to isolate which lines have which members. Tony exchanged research emails with this researcher. Hereinafter cited as Tony Cox Research.
  • [S600] James D. Munson, compiler, Alexandria, Virginia, Alexandria Hustings Court Deeds 1783 - 1797, (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1990). Hereinafter cited as Alexandria Court Deeds.
  • [S604] Gene Pinion Research, 2017, (genepinion at gmail dot com) to Virginia C. Winslett, (Naples, FL). Hereinafter cited as Gene Pinion Research.
  • [S610] William Simeon Duke (1791- c.1855) Family Records, accessed in 2017. This document consists of transcriptions of records researched and saved electronically by this researcher for the Simeon Duke who stayed resident in Mississippi. 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 William Simeon Duke Records.
  • [S635] Charles E. Duke Research, 2018, (Elberton, GA) to Virginia Winslett, (Naples, FL). Charles E. Duke is the great great grandson of William Simeon Duke, born 1791 in South Carolina. Hereinafter cited as Charles E. Duke Research.
  • [S644] Louis Ogden Research, 2018, (https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/tree/101148052/family/…) to Virginia Winslett, (Naples, FL). Louis Ogden is the father of Whitney Ogden, the wife of Ronald Lee Wilks junior who is a direct line descendant of Philippe Auguste and Catherine Pearson. Hereinafter cited as Louis Ogden Research.
  • [S646] Auguste - August Family, accessed in 2108. This manuscript mentions events in 1905 so it was likely written about that time. After the original was written, some of this researcher's own now disproven family traditions were added to it. A copy was provided by Thomas Westcott Abell, husband of my cousin second cousin once removed Susan Tappan August. Hereinafter cited as Auguste Family.
  • [S651] Jeremiah Scannell (1844 - ) 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 Jeremiah Scannell II Family Records.
  • [S652] Joseph Bernard McCabe 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 Joseph McCabe Records.
  • [S654] Don Shankle, compiler, Lunenburg County and Queens County, Nova Scotia, Canada Records, (predates 2004). This online database consists of birth, marriage and death records extracted from primary sources in the county records office and churches. Some of these records were from the primary documents, however most were from extracts prepared by archives, the Church of Latter Day Saints and genealogical societies and are therefore subject to error. The compilation was donated to the Nova Scotia GenWeb Project for research. Another version is found here: http://sites.rootsweb.com/~canns/lunenburg/bmdindex.html. Hereinafter cited as Lunenburg Records.
  • [S655] James Fleming 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 Fleming Family Records.
  • [S656] Fiendall, 1755, 1756, 1757 rations censuses Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Victualling Lists were transcribed by Bryan Keddy in 2000 from Winthrop Bell's work sheet notes (MG1 - Vol.113 at PANS) for 1755 http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~ked1/genealogy/1755vict.html; and by Chris Young for 1756 on https://sites.rootsweb.com/~canns/lunenburg/vict1756.html and for 1757 on https://sites.rootsweb.com/~canns/lunenburg/vict1757.html
  • [S657] Feindel Family History, 3 Feb 2005, (the e-mail address). Hereinafter cited as Feindel Family History.
  • [S658] Descendants of Heinrich Jacob Feinthel via George Jacob Feindel, 11 Nov 2012, (http://www3.sympatico.ca/dfeindel/feindels/index.htm). David Feindel is the fifth great grandson of Georg Jacob Feinthel (~1710-~1756.) David lives in Mississauga, Ontario and corresponds via email at david dot feindeil at feindel do ca. Hereinafter cited as Heinrich J Feinthel Descendants.
  • [S659] Georg Jacob Feindel 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 Georg Jacob Feindel Records.
  • [S661] Dr. Kenneth S. Paulsen, "The Emoneau Family of the Principality of Montbéliard and Lunenburg Township, Nova Scotia", NEXUS, 12, (1995). Excerpts from this article were included on the Genealogy of the Emoneau / Emeneau / Emeno / Emino Family (1650 - 2017), http://genealogy-paulsen.com/Nova_Scotia/Emoneau_Register/…, copyright 2003 - 2017, Kenneth S. Paulsen. Hereinafter cited as "Emoneau Family."
  • [S662] Dr. Kenneth S. Paulsen, The Annotated Trial of George Frederick Boutelier and John Boutelier for the Murder of Frederic Emoneau (Eminaud) and His Family with Genealogies of the Emoneau and Boutelier Families (Ontario, Canada: Global Heritage Press, 2017). Researcher and historian Dr. Kenneth Paulsen is a descendant of both the murdered and the murderers. Hereinafter cited as Emoneau Family Murders.
  • [S663] Rachael Anderson Research, 2018, (Haddam, CT). Rachael Anderson is the third great granddaughter of James Fleming and Barbara Mehlman. Her family tree is posted at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/tree/10885815/family/…. Hereinafter cited as Rachael Anderson Research.
  • [S664] Dr. Kenneth S. Paulsen Research, 2018 - 2019, (kenneth at paulsen dot name) to Virginia Winslett, (Naples, FL). Dr. Paulsen is a descendant of numerous Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada settlers. He holds a doctorate in Canadian History from the University of Maine at Orono, with two Bachelors of Arts degrees from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a Master of Arts degree from Northeastern University in Boston. His doctoral dissertation was on the early history of Lunenburg Township. Dr. Paulsen was a Fulbright scholar at St. Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia; a Canadian Embassy Graduate Fellow; and the 1992 Winthrop Pickard Bell Fellow in Canadiana at Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick. Canadiana is a class of books about Canada including literature and non-fiction works. As of 2019 he is an adjunct faculty member at Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown, MA. He is a member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, the Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, and the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society. The majority of his ancestors were Foreign Protestant settlers in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. For 35 years he has researched many Lunenburg families, including extensive research on the Emoneau and Feindel families in Canada and Germany. Hereinafter cited as Dr. Ken Paulsen Research.
  • [S666] Merritt, Georgia Wills and Probate Records 1742-1992, accessed in 2019, https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005764273_01195. The following Merritt family members wills were probated in Greene Co, GA: Benjamin in 1807, John in 1821, William in 1826, Thomas in 1860, Franklin in 1861, Benjamin F. in 1862, Samuel L. in 1862, John C. in 1886, James in 1898 and George A. in 1916. In total these wills explain the lineages for the progenitor John and his decendants. Hereinafter cited as Merritt Family Greene Co, GA Wills.
  • [S667] Rowland will, accessed in 2019, Rowland Family Greene Co, GA Wills, https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/8635/005764273_01195. Hereinafter cited as Rowland, GA Wills.
  • [S722] Richard Butler's Research, 2001, (Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada, rbutler at hfx dot eastlink dot ca), https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/tree/2038411/storyx/…. Richard Butler researched Woodworth-surnamed men serving in the British Army in Canada to identify the father of William Woodworth who died in 1846. He resides at 18 Sunnyvale Crescent, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada B4E 2G5. 902 dash 864 dash 5056 or 902 dash 864 dash 5056. Richard's lineage is William Woodworth b. 11 Mar 1776, Quebec; John Woodworth b. 1814 in New Germany, Lunenburg Co, Nova Scotia; Isaac Woodworth b. 21 Jan 1841 (illegitimate) in New Germany, Lunenburg Co, NS; Elias Woodworth b. 16 Jan 1868 in Lunenburg Co, NS; James Willis Woodworth b. 4 May 1897 in New Germany, Lunenburg Co, NS; Elizabeth Gloria Louise Woodworth b. 29 Mar 1930 in Bedford, Nova Scotia m. Nelson Lloyd Butler; Richard Butler. Hereinafter cited as Richard Butler's Research.