Babb Family Association, 1632 THL

Scope and Content: Genealogical materials compiled by Jean A. Sargent on the Babb Family and Allied Families used to write her books. Her files became the property of the Babb Family Association, which holds the copyright to the materials. In 2007 the files were donated to the Handley Archives. Jean’s published genealogies include Babb Families of New England and Beyond, which she co-authored with Ina G. Babb Mansur; and Babb Families of America of which she was the sole author. This collection initially follows the outline of her book, "Babb Families of America" in reference to Phillip Babb and his descendants through time. The collection also includes Allied Families and considerable material on Jean’s parental lines. Babbs are listed by locale as they spread down the east coast and across the country and are also included. Mrs. Sargent passed away 24 January 2011. (There are 36 boxes in the collection) This inventory was last updated 2/4/2012

The Babb Family Association has funded the digitization of the collection. Not every folder was digitized due to copyright issues with some materials. Notably the Babb Family Association newsletters were not digitized, but contacting the Babb Family Association may purchase a digital copy of the newsletters on CD or DVD. These files will be searchable PDFs with the exception of hand written items, which will not be searchable. The Archives will also have a copy of the digital files.

The point of contact for the Association is Mr. Daniel Greig Babb, c/o The Babb Family Association, 4614 Cedar Springs Road, Unit E, and Dallas, Texas 75219-1412. The Association also has a website at http://www.myfamily.com/babb, and they may be found at Facebook Group "Babb Family Association."

Biographical/Historical: The Babb family has roots in England and in Bavaria. It has not been determined how the two lines are connected. This collection focuses on the English Babbs whose roots are found in the Devonshire area of England in the 16th and 17th Century. Philip Babb, who came to the Isles of Shoals off the coast of New England in the 1650s, which was then part of the Colony of Massachusetts, was the founder of the English line in America. Some information on Babbs from Bavaria is included in the collection.

Bibliography: Babb Families of America by Jean A. Sargent, Third Edition, Handley A 929.2 SAR.

Cite As: Babb Family Association collection, 1632 THL, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Archives, Winchester, VA. USA 22604.

Staff Cannot copy contents of Folders for Researchers, Visit the collection or contact people who conduct research for a Fee

Organization:

Folders in each box have been assigned a number. In some instances there are subfolders within a folder in the boxes. The collection was not broken down and organized throughout into subfolders, so in many instances there will only be the main subject folder. Numbers after names correspond with the numerology of the Babb line as decended from Phillip Babb of Apple ore, Isle, who is the progentior of the Babb family (English line) in America. The numbering follows the system established by Mrs. Sargent in her book, Babb Families of America, Third Edition in the Handley Archives.

Some of the material in particular folders was not digitized due to ownership/copyright issues. These materials are available in the Archives in the collection for review by researchers in the appropriate box and folder as noted in the inventory. .

Box 1

Folder #1. Sources of Babb Name—Ancient

This folder includes the following subfolders:

1. Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who came to America before 1700

2. Hussey Family

3. William Babb-Cape Girardeau County, MO. and Ill 1830 Census Hussey Name

4. Babb Name Arabic origin-Old English Name Babba

5. Babb name origin Danes, Norse, England (Babba)

6 Chronological Chart Babb name 1198-1924

Folder #2. Elizabeth Babb’s Babb Families to America (Early)

Folder #3. Phillip 1 (mar. Mary) Isle of Shoals (Appledore)

This folder includes the following subfolders:

1. Thomas Babb 1620 England

2. Isle of Shoals -Appledore Phillip Babb Home

3. Mary Fulton-Folktale, mar. Philip Babb alias Pedro the Pirate

4 Peter Babb & Mary Lewis, The Tale of the Forbidden Fiddle

5. Will of Thomas Babb Mariner of Limehouse England, Father of Phillip

6. Story of Batchelders, Husseys, Babbs

7. Babb Family Coat of Arms

8. Will of Phillip Babb of Portsmouth, NH. 1782

Folder #4. Thomas of Phillip 1-2 (mar. Bathseba Hussey)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Thomas & Bathsheba Hussey, Rebecca Perkins (mother of Bathsheba)

2. Thomas Babb Will, New Castle, DE 17 Aug 1748 proved 13 Aug 1751

3. Babb Book Draft Manuscript

4. Thomas Babb 1-2 Land Records DE

5. Records of the Court of New Castle, DE- Conveyance Charles Rumsey to Hussey, etc. This subfolder was not digitized due to ownership by the DE Hall of Records.

6. Thomas Babb 1-2 VA Land Records Isaac Perkins

7. Thomas Babb 1-2 2nd Wife Elizabeth Conway Booth 1720

8. Perkins Family-Hussey-Thomas Babb 1-2 Maine

9. Hulda Babb of Thomas 1-2 (1-2-7)

10. Babb Insignia

Folder #5. Peter of Thomas 1-2-1 (mar. Mary Lewis)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Peter Babb 1-2-1-4 mar. Mary Beeson

2. Bathsheba Babb 1-2-1-2 daughter of Peter Babb 1-2-1

3. Shusanna Babb 1-2-1-8 daughter of Peter Babb 1-2-1

4. Mary Beeson widow of Peter Babb 1-2-1-4-9, Deed to Ebenezer Pyle 9 Apr 1783

5. Peter Babb 1-2-1 Deed 1766 Chester Co., PA.

6. Peter Babb Deed to William Long 1796 Chester Co. PA.

7. Peter Babb Will 1-2-1 May 1773, Inventory, Proven Administration, Deed

8. Chart of Castor/Custard Piersol Babb Connections

9. Miscellaneous Deeds Edward Beeson, Jaspers Beeson 1770, 1771

10. Peter Babb 1-2-1 Group Sheets

11. Peter Babb and Mary Lewis

12. Babbs-Ohio

13. Deeds Beeson, Babb

14. Miscellaneous Babb Data Descendants of Thomas Babb of Brandywine Hundred, New Castle, DE.

15. Thomas Clark Babb 1842-1890

16. Miscellaneous Babb Papers

Folder #6. Thomas of Peter 1-2-1-1 (mar. Sarah Bishop)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Descent of Thomas Babb 1-2-1-1 mar. Sarah Bishop

2. Sarah Bishop wife of Thomas Babb 1-2-1-1

3. Will of Thomas Babb 1-2-1-1, 1788

4. Thomas Babb Inventory 1-2-1-1, 1788

5. Will of Sara Babb 1798, formerly Sarah Bishop

6. Will of Thomas Babb 1-2-1-1-1 1844 mar. Matilda Grubb

7. Heirs of Thomas Babb 1-2-1-1 includes dau. Keziah Beeson

8. New Ark Cemetery (Newark Union Church, DE, originally a Quaker Meeting House.)

9. Grubb, Babb, Perkins Cemetery Records

10. Old Swedes Church, New Castle, Wilmington, DE Church Records

11. Babb Family Lineage, Phillip-Thomas Summary

12. Babb/Perkins

13. NSDAR Papers Descendant of Thomas Babb and Mary Bishop (This folder was not digitized as it is the property of NSDAR)

14. Babb/Beeson Relation

15. Thomas Babb Jr 1-2-1-1-1 son of Thomas and Sarah Bishop Babb mar. Matilda Grubb

16. Estate Records Babb, Hussey, Delaware

17. Seruch Kimble’s information on Babbs

18. Amy Farrand, Thomas Babb Descendant

Folder #7. Thomas, son of Thomas 1-2-1-1-1 (mar. Matilda Grubb)

Folder #8. Mary of Peter 1-2-1-3 (mar. Capt. Samuel Wilson (Dr. Baker))

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Samuel Willson husband of Mary Babb 1-2-1-3 (NSDAR Papers Not Digitized)

2. Mary Babb 1-2-1-3 (folder contains Will of Peter Babb 1773)

3. Samuel Willson Will Augusta Co. VA 16 Nov 1776

4. Marriage Records of Clinton Co, OH 1810-1900

5. Sampson Babb of Thomas and Lydia

6. Quakers in OH

7. Grave of Samuel Willson WV

8. Eli Babb Wilson

9. Virginia Frontier Fort Pearsall

10. Eli Babb Wilson son of Mary Babb and Capt Samuel Willlson

11. Chester Co, PA Historical Society re: Mary Babb

12. Sampson Babb

13. Church Records of Chester Co., PA

Folder #9. Mary of Peter 1-2-1-3 (mar. Capt. Samuel Wilson) and her descendant Dr. Lenox D.Baker

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Cowan/Lenox and Next of Kin (This material is copyrighted and was not digitized)

2. Mary Babb wife of Samuel Willson

3. Dr. Lenox Baker lineage

4. Dr. Lenox Baker descendants

5. Dr. Lenox Dial Baker Physician N. C. deceased 1995

Folder #10 Peter of Peter 1-2-1-4 (mar. Mary Beeson)

Box 2

Folder #1. John of Peter 1-2-1-4-1 (of Babb Island) mar. Rebecca Castor

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Sale of Lands Peter Babb or wife Sarah 1840s VA

2. Pension and Land Records Babb

3. Peter Babb War 1812

4. Land Records John Bever to John Babb

5. Will of Benjamin Castor

6. John Babb purchaser of Island in Ohio River 1804

7. Rescue from Babb’s Island

8. Joseph McKinnon’s son George D. McKinnon mar. Ada Babb

9. Will of Henry Beeson Cousin of Mary Beeson

10. Deeds of John Babb Columbiana Co., Ohio and Rebecca Castor Babb

11. Will of John Babb Columbiana Co., OH, John of Babb Island, Appraisal, Sale, and Final Settlement

12. Ada and Forrest Babb Correspondence re: Babbs 1987-1998

Folder #2. John of Peter (Babb Island) 1-2-1-4-1 (Columbiana Co. Ohio) G. Wisson James mar. Rebecca Castor

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Correspondence Jean Butler – Jean Sargent 1975-1990 Re: Babbs

2. Sarah Babb

3. Ira son of Lylod Babb, Sarah Gallagher m. Peter Babb son of John Babb and Rebecca Castor

4. Early Land Records John Babb and Rebecca Castor OH

5. NSDAR Babb Information

6. Cochran Family-East Liverpool, OH ties to Babb Family, Will of Sarah Cochran, and Deed to Isaac Cochran

7. George Washington Babb, son of Peter Babb and Sarah Gallagher

8. Correspondence Steve Randall-Jean Sargent, Family Tree Steve Randall-Peter Babb and McKinnon Hussey Line

9. Correspondence Joan Witt re: Babbs East Liverpool, OH

10. John Gallagher

Folder #3. Peter of Peter Babb and Mary Beeson 1-2-1-4-2 (m. Susannah Leeporte)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Miscellaneous Correspondence

2. Abraham Babb’s Estate

3. Peter’s Estate m. Susannah Leeporte

4. Peter Babb and Mary Beeson 1-2-1-4

5. Peter and Susannah Babb’s son Benjamin Bentley

Folder #4. Peter Babb and Susannah Leeporte 1-2-1-4-2 (Dorothy Ringold book)

Folder #5. George Leeport Babb 1-2-1-4-2-1 Peter and Susannah

Folder #6. George Leeport Babb 1-2-1-4-2-1 mar. Elizabeth Copeland

Folder #7. Helynn Carrier Study Paper 1-2-1-4-2-1 George Leeporte Babb of Peter and Susannah Leeporte Babb and other descendants

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Our Babb Family A Study Paper by Helynn Carrier

2. Correspondence with Helynn Carrier

Folder #8. Peter Beeson Babb, son of Peter and Susannah 1-2-1-4-2-3

Box 3

Folder #1 Jasper of Peter 1-2-1-4-3 mar. Polly/Mary Hughes

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Alan Babb Correspondence

2. Doris Brinker Correspondence

3. Sara Babb daughter of Peter and Mary

4. Ellen Chambers Correspondence

5. Roy Beal’s Correspondence

6. Ruth Hall Correspondence

Folder #2. Jasper Babb Son of Peter and Mary Beeson 1-2-1-4-3 by Harold J. Arendt, Jr.

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Jasper Babb Family History, Harold J. Arendt Jr. Correspondence

2. Harold J. Arendt, Jr. Draft Babb Document

Folder #3. Benjamin of Peter 1-2-1-4-4 (mar. Scott Co. VA)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Olin Babb Correspondence

2. James Henry Babb Correspondence

3 . Cora K. Babb Correspondence

4. Scott Co., VA Babbs

5. John B. McKinnon East Liverpool, OH

Folder #4. Bathsheba of Peter 1-2-1-4-5 mar. John Lytle

This folder contains the follow subfolders:

1. Linda Houser Correspondence

2. Kate Ross Correspondence

3. Katherine Sharp Correspondence

Folder #5. Elizabeth of Peter and Mary Lewis 1-2-1-5 mar. John Bishop

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins Correspondence

2. Betty Willoughby Correspondence

3. Elizabeth Babb and John Bishop

Folder #6. Sampson of Peter and Mary Lewis 1-2-1-9 mar. Ann Way Babb (Bible Records included.)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Daughter of Samson Babb and Ann Way, Mary Babb mar. Thomas Bird

2. Samson Babb-Tioga Co., PA

3. Research Notes: Jean Sargent

4. Descendants of Samspon Jr. who mar. Charity Grubb Jefferies 1-2-1-9-6

5. Chester Co,.PA Re: Way Family and Co. History, re: Samson Babb

6. DE Babbs

7. NSDAR Application of a descendant of Samson Babb. (This folder was not digitized due to NSDAR ownership.)

8 . Sampson Babb and Ann Way

9. Babb Bible Records

Folder #7. Thomas Clark Babb Son of John Babb and Lydia Clark 1-2-1-9-3-3, witness to the Raid of Dalton Brothers Coffeyville, KS

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Edgar Weston Correspondence

2. Death of Thomas C. Babb

3. Bob Babb Correspondence

4. Lea Gettings Correspondence

5. Dalton Gang Raid Coffeyville, Wilson Co., Kansas-Thomas Clark Babb, witness at Robbery 1829

6. Lois Babb Wolfley Correspondence

Folder #8. Thomas of Thomas and Bathsheba Hussey 1-2-2 mar. Sarah Foulk

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Frederick County Virginia: Settlement and Some First Families of Back Creek Valley 1730-1830 by Wilmer L. Kerns P. H. D. information on the Babb Family –This folder was not digitized due to the large quantity of copyright material.

2. Elizabeth Cope mar. William Foulke (1), mar. Hugh Blackwell (2)

3. Babb Quaker Records

4. Sarah Foulk dau Elizabeth Cope and William Foulke mar. Thomas Babb Jr., 6-26-1729

5. Thomas Babb Jr. Will, Frederick Co., VA

Folder #9. Phillip of Thomas 1-2-2-1 mar. (1) Mary Perkins (2) N. Antrim Part 1

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Phillip Babb PA-VA-NC/TN 1-2-2-1 mar. Mary Perkins (1st), mar. Nancy Haines Antrim (2nd)

2. Will of Phillip (4) (1-2-2-1) Sr, probated Jan 1813

3. Phillip Babb Jr. (1-2-2-1-5) of Greene Co., TN, Will 1843

4. Phillip Babb Descendants

5. Phillip Babb Sr. and Phillip Babb Jr.

6. Ernest Babb’s Report on VA 1-2-1-1

7. Babb Deeds in TN

8. Miscellaneous Correspondence

Folder #10. Philip of Thomas 1-2-2-1 mar. (1) Mary Perkins (2) N. Antrim, Part 2

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Mary Antrim Roberts Biography. Her mother mar. Phillip Babb Sr. of Greene Co. TN, 2nd wife Nancy Hannah Haines Antrim

2. Babb/Antrim/Hancock/Butcher/Braddock/Painter

3. Phillip Babb migration from VA to TN

4. Greene County, TN

5. Phillip Babb 1-2-2-1

6. Babbs of TN

7. Babb’s Mill-TN

8. Phillip Babb/John Morrison TN

9. Clayton Thomas Babb

10. Perkins, Hussey, Perkins

11. Phillip Babb of Phillip Babb died Frederick Co., VA

12. Phillip Babb of Greene Col, TN Deeds

Folder #11. Babb, Thomas of Philip and Mary Perkins 1-2-2-1-3 mar. Martha Ewing

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. TN Babbs (Thomas)/Peter Dillon

2. Babbs of Ohio, Indiana, Minnesota, and Wisconsin

Box 4

Folder #1. Levi of Thomas 1-2-2-1-3-1 mar. Susanna Dillon and Eliz Provo

Folder #2. Douglas Newton Project on Connection to Levi Babb 1-2-2-1-3-1

Folder #3. David E.W. of Thomas 1-2-2-1-3-2 mar. Elizabeth White

Folder #4. Phillip of Thomas 1-2-2-1-3-3 mar. Patsey Kerby, and Isaac of Philip 1-2-2-1-3-4 mar. Mary English

Folder #5. Isaac 1-2-2-1-3-4 Anna English Catherine Goodin

Folder #6. James Calvin of Isaac of Thos. 1-2-2-1-3-4-1 mar.Rachel Marcellus

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Miscellaneous Correspondence

2. James Calvin 1-2-2-1-3-4-1, Thomas and Martha 1-2-2-1-3-4, James Calvin 1-2-2-1-3-4

Folder #7. Caleb of Thomas 1-2-2-1-3-7 mar. Sarah Seaton

Folder #8. Seth of Phillip 1-2-2-1-4 mar. Mary McClellan

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1.Seth Babb Sr.

2. Will of Seth Babb Sr.

3. Seth Babb Jr. Home in Green Co., TN and grave marker

4. Rachael Babb of Seth

5. Correspondence of Betsy Pittman Re: Seth

6. Seth Babb Sr. Revolutionary War Pension

7. Seth Babb Sr. NSDAR Papers. This subfolder was not digitized due to NSDAR ownership.

8. ER of Seth

9. Mary Babb of Phillip 1-2-2-1 mar. Jonathan Humbert, (Also see Box 6 Folder 9)

10. Elbert Sevier Babb son of Seth Jr.

11 . Ruth Babb dau. Seth Babb Sr.

Folder #9. Er/Err of Seth 1-2-2-1-4-1 mar.Elizabeth McLoughlin

Box 5

Folder #1. Hiram of Seth, Sr. 1-2-2-1-4-2 mar. Polly Crabtree

Folder #2. Seth Jr. of Seth 1-2-2-1-4-6 mar. A Stonesifer: Mary Erwin

Folder #3. William of Seth, Jr. 1-2-2-1-4-6-5 (gr son of Seth) mar. Julia Bean

Folder #4. Philip Jr. of Philip 1-2-2-1-5 mar. Elizabeth Humbert

Folder #5. William of Philip, Jr. 1-2-2-1-5-1 mar. Massa/Mercie/Mary Brown, Part 1

Folder #6. William of Philip, Jr. 1-2-2-1-5-1 mar. Massa/Mercie/Mary Brown, Part 2

Folder #7. Abner of Philip, Jr. 1-2-2-1-5-2 mar. Anna Crabtree

Folder #8. Philip Jr. of Jr. 1-2-2-1-5-3 mar. Artemesia Hale

Folder #9. Samuel of Philip 1-2-2-1-5-4 mar. Polly Gass Ross--Cherokee Connections

Folder #10. Stephen of Philip 1-2-2-1-6 (mar. Sarah Morrow)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Correspondence of Vetta Babb Barton

2. Miscellaneous Correspondence

Box 6

Folder #1. William M. of Stephen 1-2-2-1-6-1 mar. Temperance Shipman

Folder #2. Cherokee Connections (Williams M. Babb) 1-2-2-1-6-1 mar. Temperance Shipman

Folder #3. William H. of William M. 1-2-2-1-6-1-2 mar. Elizabeth Bradley

Folder #4. Jewel (Wilson) Babb Wife of Walter Son of Wm. I; 1-2-2-1-6-1-2-11 Son of Wm. M. Babb

Folder #5. Wild Bill/Cherokee Bill and Shipman 1-2-2-1-6-1-2-3 (William M. Babb) mar. Elizabeth Shipman

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Correspondence Mr. Gene A. Edwards

2. Correspondence Mr. Eugene Babb

3. Descendants of James Noah "Shorty" Love (Shipman)

4. Descendants of Moses Shipman

5. Shipman Family

6. Descendants of John McNeale Pancake

7. Descendants of David Shipman Babb

8. Correspondence –Mildred Babb Adams

9. Correspondence-Tiffany Gideon Bils

10. Ancestor Chart Wayne Benson (Duncan, Clark, Shipman, Denton, White)

11. William M. Babb-Cherokee Bill

Folder #6. Philip of Stephen 1-2-2-1-6-2 mar. Elizabeth

Folder #7. Babb Families of Hardeman County, Tennessee 1-2-2-1-6-3 by Ernest Lloyd Babb, 1998 (This folder was not digitized, but a copy of this maybe found in the Archives in this folder or on line at https://www.familysearch.org,.

Folder #8. David of Stephen 1-2-2-1-6-3 mar. Elizabeth P

Folder #9 Mary of Philip 1-2-2-1-8 mar. Jonathan Humbert

Box 7

Folder #1. Capt. Peter of Thomas 1-2-2-2 mar.Mary Bowen. (This folder contains the NSDAR application of a descendant of Peter Babb. It was not digitized due to NSDAR ownership, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.)

Folder #2. Sampson of Peter 1-2-2-2-2 mar.Nancy Fitzpatrick

Folder #3. Henry of Peter 1-2-2-2-3 mar. Elizabeth Walker

Folder #4. Peter of Henry 1-2-2-2-3-3 mar. Ruth Lewis

Folder #5. Abner of Peter 1-2-2-2-4 mar. Susanna Robinson

Folder #6. Robinson of Abner 1-2-2-2-4-1 mar. Rachel Bailey

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Correspondence of Ms. Joanne Jelepis

2. Pauline Doran Babb Group Sheets

3. Robinson Babb, James Madison Babb

4. James L. Babb Correspondence

5. Abner Babb mar. Susanna Robinson,

6. Mary Babb mar. John Anderson, VA

7. Babb, Cotterman, Elkins Indiana

8. Correspondence Sandra Worthington

9. Robinson Babb mar. Rachel Bailey – Bible Records

10. Miscellaneous Correspondence

Folder #7. Archibald of Abner 1-2-2-2-4-3 mar. Margaret Store (Rex Babb / C. Knnison (One item in this folder was not digitized due to ownership by Mark and Debra Trail entitled Descendants of Phillip & Mary Babb printed 4 Sep 2000. It may be viewed in the Archives in this folder.)

Folder #8. Elizabeth Babb of Peter 1-2-2-2-5-1 mar. Jonathan Balderston (Balderston Connections)

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Correspondence Mr. James E. Matson

2. Balderston Correspondence

3. Balderston bible Records

Folder #9. Jacob of Peter 1-2-2-2-5-2 mar. (Nancy) Ann Rogers

Box 8

Folder #1. John of Peter 1-2-2-2-5-4 mar. Sarah Toland

Folder #2. Jane of Peter 1-2-2-2-5-6 mar. John Dillon

Folder #3. Henry of Peter and Elizabeth 1-2-2-2-5-8 mar. Marie J. Haines

Folder #4. Ann of Peter 1-2-2-2-6 mar. John Mercer

Folder #5. David of Capt. Peter 1-2-2-2-8 mar. Mary Hensell

Folder #6. Abner of Joseph 1-2-2-3-1 mar. Martha "Patty" Kellett

Folder #7. Joseph of Abner 1-2-2-3-1-2 mar. Lucinda Part 1

The NSDAR papers of a descendant of Mary Babb of Frederick County, VA, are found in this folder, but they were not digitized due to NSDAR ownership. These papers may be viewed in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #8. Joseph of Abner 1-2-2-3-1-2 mar. Lucinda Part 2

Folder #9. Kellett Babb son of Abner 1-2-2-3-1-1 and Martha (Kellett) Babb

Folder #10. Jane of Abner 1-2-2-3-1-5 mar.William Woods

Folder #11. Thomas of Joseph 1-2-2-3-2 mar.Mary Kellett

Box 9

Folder #1. Mercer of Rev. Joseph Babb 1-2-2-3-4-2

This folder contains one item entitled "Oliver Cornelius Evans and Nellie Mae Brady Evans, Their Ancestors and Descendants" by Thomas Daniel "Danny" Knight that was not digitized due to the copyright. It may be viewed in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #2. Rev. Joseph of Joseph 1-2-2-3-4 mar. 3 wives Mary/Margaret/Mary

Folder #3. Robert Newton Babb 1-2-2-3-4-5

Folder #4. James of Joseph and Mary 1-2-2-3-7 mar. (1) Eliz Crisp (2) Eliz Craig

Folder #5. James Alford of James 1-2-2-3-7-5 mar. Mary Amanda Henry

Folder #6. Sampson of Joseph 1-2-2-3-3 mar. Anna Kellett

Folder #7. James Kellett Babb 1-2-2-3-3-2 mar. Pamela Coker

Folder #8. William of Sampson 1-2-2-3-3-3 mar. Hannah Abercrombe

Folder #9. F. Alton Babb from Joseph 1-2-2-3-4

Folder #10. Abner of Sampson 1-2-2-3-3-7 b. 1807 mar. Elizabeth Kellett

Box 10

Folder #1. Philip of Thomas 1-2-3 mar. Margaret Mercer

The NSDAR; papers of a descendant of Thomas Babb of Frederick County, VA, are found in this folder. They were not digitized due to NSDAR ownership. These papers may be viewed in this folder in the Archives.

The NSDAR papers of a descendant of Blanche Mercer Babb of Frederick County, VA, found in this folder were not digitized due to NSDAR ownership. These papers may be viewed in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #2. Thomas of Philip 1-2-3-1 mar. Blanch Mercer

Folder #3. David Babb’s Genealogy

This folder contains the "Babb Family," compiled by Robert E. Babb, 1969 which was digitized.

This folder also contains "The Record of my Ancestry, the Babb and Related Families" compiled by John H. Babb of Barrington, IL., 1950 reproduced by David R. Babb, 1988. This information was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #4. James Wilson of Thomas 1-2-3-1-3-1 mar. Rebecca Scarff

This folder contains numerous pages copied from History of Saulk County Wisconsin published by the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society, Inc. of Madison, Wisconsin that were not digitized. This information is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #5. Thomas of Thomas 1-2-3-1-3-1-3

Folder #6. Mary Ann Babb 1-2-3-1-4 mar. Amos Derrough

Folder #7. Ruth Harrington File 1-2-3-1-5 Quaker Information

Folder #8. Henry Mercer of Thomas 1-2-3-1-5 mar.Grace McCool

Folder #9. Deborah of Henry Mercer 1-2-3-1-5-5 mar.George Bartlebaugh

Folder #10. Peter of Peter 1-2-2-2-5 mar. Jane Bell; Eliz. Norris

Folder #11. Thomas of Phillip 1-2-3-1 mar.Blanch Mercer

Folder #12. Stephen of Thomas 1-2-2-5 mar. Mary Malin

Folder #13. Sampson of Thomas 1-2-2-7 . Inherited plantation, orphan of Thomas

Folder #14. Philip and Thomas 1-2-3 Mercer/Babb Connections

Box 11

Folder #1. Babb, Jacob E. 1-4-6-2-2-2 mar. Ruth Mary Sanderson

Folder #2. Babb, Cyrus Cates 1-5-3-2-3-1-5-2 Babb, Montana

Box 12

Folder #1. Eli Sugars Babb 3-3-1-3-, William p 465

Folder #2. Lydia, Daniel, William of James Babb (3-3-1)

Box 13

Folder #1. Charity Babb Vaughn 5-5-1-1

Folder #2. Christopher of NC and VA 5-6

Folder #3. Jesse of Christopher 5-6-2

Folder #4. Alcy of Christopher 5-6-5, Nancy of Christopher 5-6-9

Folder #5. Willey of Christopher 5-6-6

This folder contains two oversized charts on three sheets, that were not digitized due to their size. These charts prepared by Jean Sargent show the descendants of James Babb in Nansemond Co., VA 1734/5. The charts are available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #6. James of Christopher of NC 5-6-7 mar. Catherine—AL and MS Part 1

Folder #7. James of Christopher of NC 5-6-7 mar. Catherine—AL and MS Part 2

Folder #8. Green Berry of Christopher 5-6-10, son Henry

Box 14

Folder #1. Bavarian Babbs—Jacob also Pearsall/Piersoll/Piersols, (Includes the Will of Benjamin Castor)

This folder contains various excerpts from "History and Genealogy of the Pearsall Family in England and America," edited by Clarence E. Pearsall, Vol. III, 1928 these pages were not digitized due to copyright issues. The material is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #2. Bavarian Babbs John Babb, Jacob Babb

Folder #3. Bavarian Babb—Barbara and Anna Barbara see Johan Conrad Babb 6-2

Folder #4. Bavarian Babb—Johannes Alan Babb (contains information on Catherine Babb and Peter Bender; the descendants of John Peter Babb and his wife Catherine Weaver; the descendants of John Levi Babb and Margaret Taggart Mather; and others.)

Folder #5. Bavarian Babbs—Johan George from Rotterdam

This folder contains some sheets listing birth and death dates of Babbs, which are marked Property of The Genealogical Committee of Stephenson County Historical Society, Freeport, Ill. These pages were not digitized, due to ownership rights, but they may be found in this folder in the Archives.)

Folder #6. Bavarian Babb—Abraham Babb of John and Marie 6-1-4

This folder includes information on Johannes (John) Babp, Uhler’s Hotel, Forks Township, North Hampton County, PA, Events of the life of Abraham Bapb 1861,Civil War Pension papers of Abraham Babp.)

Folder #7. Bavarian Babbs—John and Anna Maria Part 1

Folder #8. Bavarian Babbs—John and Anna Maria Part 2

Box 15

Folder #1. Bavarian Babbs—John and Anna Maria (from Helen Babb Boots) Part 1

Folder #2. Bavarian Babbs—John and Anna Maria (from Helen Babb Boots) Part 2

Box 16

Folder #1. Alabama

Folder #2. Arkansas

Folder #3. Delaware

Folder #4. Florida

Folder #5. Georgia

This folder contains two separate NSDAR applications of two separate descendants of William Babb, that was not digitized due to ownership issues. The material is available in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #6. Georgia—Joel H. Babb

Folder #7. Illinois

Folder #8. Illinois-Sarah of Eli of William

Folder #9. Indiana

Folder #10. Iowa

Folder #11. Kansas

Folder #12. Kentucky

Folder #13. Maine-Cumberland County-Maps, 1871

The material in this folder consists of a published pamphlet of detailed maps of villages and neighborhoods, that was not digitized due to copyright issues. It is available in the Archives in this folder

Folder #14. Maine-York

Folder #15. Maine-Wells

Box 17

Folder #1. Maryland

Folder #2. Maryland Babbs—James, Elis, Thomas

Folder #3. Maryland Babbs John of Rev.

Folder #4. Maryland Babbs, George of NC, TN, James of VA, OH

Folder #5. Maryland Babbs, Charles of William

Folder #6. Maryland Babbs, Beal of William, sons Beal and Samuel

Folder #7. Maryland Babbs, Samuel and Lavinia Jane of Beal and Deliverance

Folder #8. Maryland Babbs, William and Hamutel, Johnathan (OH)

Box 18

Folder #1. Mass

This folder was not digitized and contains copies of excerpts of "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. II, by David W. Hoyt, 1902, and also copies of select portions of Historical Sketches of Andover/Memorial of First Settlers by Sarah L. Bailey, 1850

Folder #2. Missouri

Folder #3. New England—Babb’s Bridges

Folder #4. New England Correspondence and information re: Charles Henry Babb

Folder #5. New England Correspondence and Information Part 1

This folder contains the NSDAR papers of a descendant of Comfort Clark who was married to Ester Babb (1791) dau. of Benjamin Babb. These papers were not digitized due to ownership by NSDAR, but they are available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #6. New England Correspondence and Information Part 2

Folder #7. New England Correspondence and Information Part 3

Folder #8. New Hampshire, Barrington

This folder contains excerpts from the "History of Strafford County, N. H.," by John Scales, 1914 that were not digitized. They are available for viewing in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #9. New Hampshire and Vermont

Folder #10. New Hampshire –Dover

This folder contains the following excerpts copied from published sources, none of which were digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.

"Notes on the Dover Combination" taken from an NEHGS 1879. Publication.

Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.. No further identification of this source was provided.

Extracts from Old Town Records of Dover, N. H. No further identification of this source was provided).

"Marriages in Dover, N. H., 1767-1787." No further identification of source was provided.

"Baptisms in Dover, N.H. 1717-1766." No further identification of this source was provided.

"Copy of Rev. Jonathan Cushings’ Record of Baptisms, Dover, N. H., now a part of the records of the "First Church." No further identification of this source was provided.

"History of Dover, N. H" Vol. I by John Scales, 1923.

Excerpts from History of Strafford County, New Hampshire by John Scales, 1914.

Folder #11. New Hampshire-Durham, Epping

This folder contains one sheet on Newington, N. H, which was digitized.

This folder also contains the following items that were not digitized:

History of Strafford County, New Hampshire, by John Scales, 1914..

Excerpts from "Epping New Hampshire Bicentennial History 1774-1941," by John J. Tilton, 1941.

Box 19

Folder #1. New Hampshire—Exeter

This folder contains among other items a number of pages copied from History of Exeter by Charles H. Bell, 1888. This information was not digitized., but the material is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #2. New Hampshire—Hampton

This folder contains among other items extracts of an unidentified source, which includes the History of Hampton Under Royal Government 1677-1689, and Indian Wars 1675-1763. These pages were not digitized, but are available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #3. New Hampshire—Lee

This folder contains among other items excerpts from the History of Strafford County, New Hampshire Parish of Lee in Durham by John Scales, 1914. This material was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains excerpts from "Old Home Week, Lee, New Hampshire," dated 23 August 1916, and it also contains an address by John Scales on the 250th Anniversary of the Settlement of the Territory and the 150th Anniversary of Incorporation of the Town. This material was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains some brief notes on Lee, New Hampshire history that were digitized.

Folder #4. New Hampshire—Madbury

This folder contains among other items extracts from Madbury Its People and Places by Eloi A. Adams, 1968. This material was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

This folder contains extracts from History of Strafford County, New Hampshire by John Scales 1914, including chapters on the History of Madbury and Representative Citizens. This material was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #5. New Hampshire—Newbury

This folder contains only the following two items which were not digitized:

Extracts from Ould Newbury by John J. Currier dated 1896

Extracts from A Sketch of The History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, from 1635-1645 by Joshua Coffin, dated 1845

Folder #6. New Hampshire—New Market, Strafford, Stratham

This folder contains only the following listed items that were not digitized. They are available in the Archives in this folder:

Extracts from History of Strafford County, New Hampshire by John Scales,1914.

Extracts from Old Newmarket, New Hampshire, Historical Sketches by Nellie Palmer George,1932.

A Historical Map of New Market, N. H. by Silvia Fitts Getchell

Select pages from an unidentified source including information on "Deaths in Stratham, N. H."

Folder #7. New Hampshire-Northwood

Folder #8. New Hampshire-Portsmouth Births and Marriages and Early Records of Inhabitants

This folder also contains extracts from published sources relative to the topics listed below that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Portsmouth, New Hampshire Records- A Transcript of the First Thirty Five Pages of the Earliest Town Book by Frank W. Hackett printed 1886

Births, Marriages and Deaths in Portsmouth, N. H.

Early Records of New Hampshire Families April 1853.

New Hampshire Historic Genealogical Register Vol 51 1897, "Portsmouth, N. H. Inhabitants 1711.

Folder #9. New Hampshire-Records

This folder contains a detailed decadency chart for ancestors of Jean Hill, the mother of Jean Sargent. It contains extensive information on Durgin descendants.

Folder #10. North Carolina—Bute County

Folder #11. North Carolina—Chatham Co.- J. H. Babb Deeds

Folder #12. North Carolina, Christopher – Repro Sheets—Proof Penelope James

Folder #13. North Carolina—Franklin Co.- Thomas Babb

Box 20

Folder #1. North Carolina—Gates Co. Betty J. Houser and William Babb

Folder #2. North Carolina—Gates County Christopher and John, Betty J. Houser and Alice Babb

Folder #3. North Carolina—Moses Babb and GRCH Cousins surname

This folder contains NSDAR papers of a descendant of William Yates, Sr., that were not digitized due to ownership issues. The material is available in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #4. North Carolina—Thomas Babb Franklin Co, NC and Wilson Co, TN

Folder #5. North Carolina—Wake County, William and Tabitha

Folder #6. North Carolina—Wake County

Folder #7. Ohio-Material from the Peabody Archives

Folder #8. Ohio

Folder #9. Pennsylvania

Folder #10. Pennsylvania—Chester County

Folder #11. South Carolina

Box 21

Folder #1. Tennessee Part 1

This folder contains copyright material from Chancery Court Minutes of Greene County. Tennessee November 1825-January 1831, by Goldene Fillers Burgner, 1987. This material was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #2. Tennessee Part 2

Folder #3. Tennessee—Henry County, John Babb and Media Brown, see also NC file

This folder contains a NSDAR application for a descendant of John Babb, which was not digitized due to ownership issues. The document may be viewed in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #4. Tennessee—Robertson Co. sons of Christopher, Alsey, Burrell, and Jesse

This folder contains copyrighted material entitled "Crittenden County, Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Records," which is the property of the Crittenden County Historical Society Inc. This was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #5. Tennessee—Sullivan Co. George S. Babb b. 1808

Folder #6. Virginia—Part 1

Folder #7. Virginia—Part 2

Folder #8. Virginia—Part 3

This folder contains copyrighted material from Cavaliers and Pioneers Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants in several volumes, abstracted and indexed by Nell Marion Nugent, Virginia Land Office, Richmond, VA. 1934. This material was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #9. Virginia—Part 4

This folder contains copyrighted material which was not digitized from Some Old Homes in Frederick County, Virginia by Garland R. Quarles published by the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, Winchester, VA 1990. The material is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #10. Virginia—Part 5

Folder #11. West Virginia

Box 22

Folder #1. England—Channel Isles

Folder #2. English Maps—Devonshire Area

Folder #3. English Wills and Correspondence about Part 1

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

English Adventurers and Emigrants 1609 –1660 by Peter Wilson Coldham.

New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR) (unidentified issue) "Genealogical Gleanings in England, re: Thomas Babb in 1627 who is named in the will of Richard Middelton in VA..

English Estates of American Colonists American Wills and Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1610-1699 by Peter Wilson Coldham, 1983. These sheets concern Thomas Babb of Stepney, Middlesex, who died in VA, and Robert Middleton of VA

A small booklet entitled Doddiscombsleigh. A Short History of the Parish Incumbents, Church and Stained Glass Windows by the Rev'd. Prebendary Buckingham, M.A., J. P. Rector Apr 1883-Nov 1926, Rural Dean of Kenn. 1897-1904.

"Probate Acts," and Acts of Administration in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Information for the years 1605-1619, 1620 to 1626, 1632, 1649-1654, re: Babbs.

"Pioneers of Maine Rivers," by Wilbur D. Spencer, 1973.

"Transaction of the Devon Association," by Rev. J. F. Chanters, Vol. 35

Folder #4. English Wills and Correspondence about, Part 2

This folder contains excerpts copied from a published source (unidentified) on Devon.

Folder #5. English Research—Other Correspondence Part 1

This folder contains information on Doddiscombsleigh regarding the owners and occupiers who were Babbs, as well as miscellaneous correspondence, which were digitized.

The folder also contains excerpts copied from TheTrelawny Papers from the Maine Historical Society which were not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives. This information relates to Mr. Babb of London.

Folder #6. English Research—Other Correspondence Part 2

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources, which were not digitized but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Winthrop Papers found in the Massachusetts Historical Society, published in six volumes. These papers mention the Isle of Shoals and members of the Babb family.

"Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England and Their Origins," by John Brooks Trelfall, re: Nicholas Babbs.

Folder #7. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Records for England re: Babb:

This folder contains primarily IGI records that were not digitized due to ownership rights, but they are available in this folder in the Archives.

The folder also contains information on early Babb church records from London, England. which were digitized.

Folder #8. Royalty of England and Europe

This folder contains excerpts copied from "The Lives of Kings and Queens of England," by Antonia Fraser, re: Normans and Angevins, the Plantagenets, the Houses of Lancaster and York, Tudors and Stuarts, House of Hanover, and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and Windsor. This material was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

Box 23

Folder #1. Allied Families: Babb, Carter, Hanson, Libby, Tuttle Re: "Mary Who?" Query column in The Second Boat, various issues.

This folder contains among other items excerpts from The Second Boat, issues Aug 1983, Nov 1983, and May 1984. These were not digitized, but may be found in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains excerpts from " The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913.

Folder #2. Babb, Frank E. Correspondence with Jean Sargent Re: Dorothy Babb Rinegold and early Babbs

Folder #3. Abbott Family (includes Chandler/Chaundeler Family)

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder.

"Early Settlers of Rowley, Mass" (Abbott Abbot) by Blodgette and Jewett 1932

"Andover Mass Marriages." No further identification of this reference was provided.

Historical Sketches of Andover/Memorial of First Settlers.by Sarah L. Bailey,1850. .

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. I by Geo. T. Little, 1909, re: Abbott..

"Genealogies of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook and Warren Families," by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898.

"Probate Records of Essex County," re: George Abbott

Descendants of George Abbott of Rowley, (Mass) Of His Joint Descendants with George Abbot, Sr., of Andover, Mass, by Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott, Vol 1 1906.

Folder #4. Adams Family

This folder contains among other items an article from The Washington Post dated 13 Feb 1983 Vol XIII No. 7. This is a book review of "The Letters of Henry Adams," Vols 1-3 edited by J. C. Levenson, E. Samuels, C Vandersee, and V. Winner. This article was not digitized but may be found in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains an excerpt copied from "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Folder #5. Andrews Family

This folder contains only excerpts copied from Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder Vol 3, 1886 which was not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #6. Bailey Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts copied from published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. I by David Hoyt, 1897

"Genealogy of William French Burrows," compiled by Louisa Libby Burrows.

Folder #7. Ballard Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources which were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder.

"The Ballards of Andover, " "William Ballard of Lynn," and "The Blaney Family of Lynn and Salem," excerpts copied from The Essex Genealogist of May 1996

"Genealogical Record of the Smiths of Oyster River," compiled and arranged by Ballard Smith, 1874.

Ancestors of John Stearns and Mary Lane by Mary Stearns Brooks, 1898.

Folder #8. Barker Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

"Barker Genealogy," by Elizabeth Frye Barker, 1927.

"The Probate Records of Essex County."

Folder #9. Bartlett Family

The following excerpts copied from published sources regarding the Bartlett Family were removed from this file prior to digitization, due to possible copyright issues. These are available in the Archives in this folder. .

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

Descendants of Richard Bartlett of Newbury, Maine by Ralph Raymond Weeks, 1940.

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vols. I and IV by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

"Newbury and the Bartlett Family," NEHGR April 1886

Ould Newberry by John J. Currier," 1896 re: Bartlett’s Cove

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III by David W. Hoyt, 1897, 1902, and 1916.

"Greeley Genealogy," No further identification of this reference was provided.

"Sketches of the Bartlett Family," Levi Bartlett, 1875-76.

Descendogram The Newsletter of the Sons and Daughters of the First Settlers of Newbury, Vol. XX No. 1, Spring 2001

New Hampshire Historical Society Newsletter Vol. 27 No. 4 Winter 1990.

Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder Vol. III No. 1 1886.

"The Probate Records of Essex County."

"The Emery Family," by Rev Rufus Emery 1890.

Folder #10. Hill-Vital Records (Information on Jean Sargent’s mother, Ruth Hill’s line)

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copies from published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Articles written by Ruth M. Hill and published in New Hampshire Profiles.

Article from Trust Public Land Update, No. 14 Fall 1985. re: "Moseley Estate," Massachusetts’ Newest State Park.

Box 24

Folder #1. Bathchelder Family Part 1

This folder contains among other items a booklet entitled "The Epistle" Vol. II, No 2, Aug 1975 by co-editors Rosemary E. Bachelor and Harriet A. Webb. This item was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains the following excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized. They may be found in, this folder in the Archives.

Batchelor News-Journal

New England Family History Vol. III 1909-1910, Editor Henry Quimby.

Folder #2. Batchelder Family Part 2

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from "Batchelder, Batcheller Genealogy, Descendants of Rev. Stephen Bachiler, of England, A Leading Non-Conformist, Who Settled the Town of New Hampton, N. H. etc." by Frederick Clifton,. 1898. This reference also contains information on the Hussey family. The material was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder:

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" re: Batchelder Family, by Joseph Dow, 1893. This reference was published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, Salem, Mass.

History of Wells and Kennebunk, by Bourne, 1875.

"History of Deerfield and Northwood," by Elliott C. Cogswell, 1878, reprinted 1972.

New England Family History Vol III, 1909-1910, editor Henry Quinby re: the Batchelder Family.

Folder #3. Beard Family

Folder #4. Beeson Genealogy

In this folder there are excerpts taken from "A Genealogy of the Beeson-Beason Family," by Henry Hart Beeson dated 1968. It is not the entire work and no copyright notice was found.

In this folder there is an excerpt from "History of Chester County, Pennsylvania," which was not digitized. It may be found in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #5. Berry Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources, which were not digitized. These are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol.. I by Geo. T. Little, 1909,

New Hampshire Historical Society Newsletter Vol. XXI No. 2 Mar 1983.

Folder #6. Bickford Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts from published sources which were not digitized. These are available in the Archives in this folder:

" The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913.

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. III, David W. Hoyt, 1916.

Folder #7. Bigelow Family

This folder contains only excerpts copied from the following published sources, which were not digitized. These are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Early Settlers of Watertown by Dr. Henry Bond, 1860

"Genealogy of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook, and Warren Families," by Mary S. Brooke, 1898.

Folder #8 Bland Family, see Drake Family folder.

Folder #9. Blake Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources, which were not digitized. These are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow 1893.

The History of Kensington New Hampshire 1663-1945 by Rev Ronald Sawyer, 1946.

History of Sanbornton by M. T. Runnels,1881

Folder #10. Bradbury Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources, which were not digitized. These are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Bradbury Memorial Records of Some of the Descendants of Thomas Bradbury, A Brief Sketch of the Bradbury’s of England" by John Merrill Bradbury of Ipswich, Mass 1890.

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vols. I and III by Geo. T. Little, 1909, re: the Bradbury family.

NEHGR, Vol. 23 Jul 1869, "The Whitgift-Bradbury Family".

"Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists, Who came to New England Between 1623 and 1650," by Frederick Lewis Weis, 5th Edition 1976.

Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire by Noyes, Libby, and Davis. 1976.

The Magna Charta Sureties 1215 by Frederick Lewis Weis

Folder # 11: Brewer Family, see Webster and Cane Family folder

Folder #12. Brookins Family

Folder #13 Brown Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, which were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder.

NEHGR, Vol. 152 Jul 1998 concerning Thomas and Mary Healy Brown of Newbury, Massachusetts, and their family.

The Ancestry of Lydia Harmon 1755-1836 by Stanhope Press, Boston, and Mass 1924.

"The Probate Records of Essex County,"re: the Brown Family.

"The History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow 1893. This information was published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, Salem, Mass.

Downeast Ancestry Vol 10 No. 4.

NEHGR Vol. 7 Oct 1853, "Early Settlers of Salisbury, Mass," by Browne

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Ould Newbury by John J Currier dated 1896

"Essex Institute Collections Vol 48, "the Cutting-Browne Family of Newbury.

Suffolk Deeds Lib. No further identification of this reference was provided

Folder #14. Browing Family

This folder contains only the following material that was not digitized. It is available in the Archives in this folder:

Excerpt from "The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

NEHGR Vol 10, 1856, "Early Records of Boston."

Folder #15. Burnham Family—Part 1

This folder contains among other items excerpts of the "Burnham Family- The Four Emigrants of the Name Who Were Among the Early Settlers in America," by Roderick H. Burnham. This material was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains the following excerpts which were not digitized:

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. I by G. T. Little, 1909, re: Burnham.

Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder, Vol 1. 1884, "Records of the First Congregation al Church in Scarborough, ME."

Folder #16. Burham Family—Part 2

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized. These pages are available in the Archives in this folder.

"The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913.

"Vital Records of Newburyport, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849."

"History of Piscataquis County,"

"N. H. Native Ministry." from Essex Institute Historical Collections.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912.

"Burnham Family," by Walter Jefferson Burnham.

Genealogy of the Hodsdon or Hodgdon Family by A. J. Hodgdon, 1904

"The Drake Family of New Hampshire," by Alice Smith Thompson" 1962.

NEHGR Oct 1854, "Early Records of Boston."

"Revolutionary Pension Declarations," reprinted from Granite State Magazine, Aug 1907, compiled from the Court Records by Lucien Thompson.

"History of Scarborough from 1633-1783," by William S. Southgate.

Maine Wills 1640-1760.

Folder #17. Burham Family—Part 3

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized. These pages are available in the Archives in this folder.

New Hampshire, no further identification of this reference was provided.

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England," by James Savage, 1969. Family

Box 25

Folder #1. Carr Family- Part 1

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources.. In each case the information was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder:

"Salem Quarterly Court, Records and Files," Jun 1682

"The House of Carr, A Historical Sketch of the Carr Family from 1450 to 1926," by W. L. Watson.

Material from an unidentified published source re: Carr Family.

"The Colonial Society of Massachusetts-The Records of the First Church in Boston." No further identification of this source was provided.

Folder #2. Carr Family- Part 2

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogy of the Dexter Family in America," compiled by William A. Warden and Robert L. Dexter, Worcester, Mass, 1905.

"Greeley Genealogy," No further identification of this reference was provided.

"Ould Newberry" by John J. Carrier 1896 entitled "The Ferry at Carr’s Island."

"Anthony Taylor of Hampton, N. H," by James Carr

"History of Newbury." No further identification of this resource was provided.

English Estates of American Colonist 1610-1699 by Peter Wilson Coldham, 1983

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. I by David W. Hoyt, 1897.

"New England Marriages Prior to 1700," by Clarence A. Torrey, 1985.

"Plans of Boston 1645." No further identification of this source was provided.

"The Carr Family Early Records." No further identification provided.

Hammett Papers by Abraham Hammett 1880-1899

"Essex Institute Collections Vol. 3."

"Genealogy of William French Burrows," compiled by Louisa Libby Burrows.

Hammett Papers by Abraham Hammett, Early Inhabitants of Ipswich, Mass 1633-1700.

"Cabbages and Kings," by Ned Brown.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

"History of Newburyport." No further identification of this source was provided.

"First Settlers of Ipswich, Mass."

York Deeds Book VIII, Fol. 151, Book SV, Fol. 19, and Book XV, Fol. 178.

A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury from 1635-1645 by Joshua Coffin, dated 1845.

NEHGR Oct 1853 "Early Settlers of Salisbury, Mass.

"History of Amesbury."

Folder #3. Carter Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder:

NEHGR Oct 1914, "The Family of George Parkhurst,"

NEHGR 1882, "Notes and Queries."

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England," Vol. 2 by James Savage, 1969.

"Additions and Corrections," to unknown reference.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

"The Probate Records of Essex County," Vol. 3, 1675-1681.

Suffolk Deeds Lib I, 51 , 52.. No further identification of this reference was provided.

Folder #4. Cate Family

Folder #5. Chandler Family

This folder only contains excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which maybe found in the Archives in this folder.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Historical Sketches of Andover/Memorial of First Settlers by Sarah L. Bailey, 1850

Folder #6. Chelsey Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire" by authors Stackpole, Thompson, and Meserve, which was not digitized. It is available in the Archives in this folder. The book may also be found on line using the genealogical search engine www.mocavo.com

"Lineage Book of the NSDAR" Vol. XXXB 1901.

Maine Wills. No further identification of this source was provided.

"History of Barnstead," by Jeremiah P. Jewett, M. D. 1872.

This folder also contains NSDAR approved membership applications for descendants of Capt Jonathan Chesley and George Chesley. These are not digitized due to NSDAR ownership rights.

Folder #7. Clark Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder:

"The Probate Records of Essex County," Vol II 1665-1674.

"History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire" by authors Stackpole, Thomspon and Meserve.

Folder #8. Clough Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources, which were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder:

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. I and Vol. II, David W. Hoyt, 1897 and 1902, respectively

."History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire" by authors Stackpole, Thomspon and Meserve.

Folder #9. Codman Family

Folder #10. Cotton Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from various published sources which were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder:

"The Cotton Family of Portsmouth," N. H. by Frank E. Cotton, 1905.

Bradbury Memorial. No further identification of this source was provided.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, Vol. II, Salem, Mass. Re: Godfrey Family, 1893. Published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, and Salem, Mass.

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. IV by G. T. Little, 1909.

Folder #11. Coxe Family

This folder contains among other items, an excerpt copied from "History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, Vol. II, Salem, Mass. Re: Godfrey Family, 1893. Published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, and Salem, Mass. This material was not digitized, but may be found in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #12. Cranmer Family

Folder #13. Crawford Family

This folder contains among other items, an excerpt copied from Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire by Noyes, Libby, and Davis. 1976 This material was not digitized but may be found in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #14. Cutting Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized. The material may be found in the Archives in this folder:

"The Probate Records of Essex County," re: the Estate of John Cutting of Newbury.

New England Family History Vol. IV 1911-1912, Editor Henry Quimby.

"Essex Institute Collections Vol 48, "the Cutting-Browne Family of Newbury.

"The Original Lists of Persons of Quality to the American Plantations 1600-1700," edited by John Camden Hotten.

NEHGR, Jul 1892, re: "Genealogical Gleanings in England."

Folder #15. Dalton Family

This folder only excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623-1660," by Charles Henry Pope 1908

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Folder #16. Davis Family

This folder only excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage. Originally published in 1860, republished, 1969.

"The Probate Records of Essex County," Vol. 3, 1675-1681.

"History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire" by authors Stackpole, Thomspon and Meserve, re: the Davis Family

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. I by David W. Hoyt, 1897.

"History of Town of Canterbury, New Hampshire 1727-1912" by J. O. Lyford, 1912

"The Peaslees and Others of Haverhill and Vicinity," by E. A. Kimball, 1899.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" by Joseph Dow, 1893

Folder #17. Davis/French Relationships (also Burnham Family)

This folder contains among other items a small leather bound book entitled "A Sketch of the Burnham Family" by Jessamine Davis French taken from ‘The Burnham Genealogy," as compiled by Roderick Burnham. This book was not digitized but may be found in this folder in the Archives for review.

Folder #18. Drake Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts from" The Drake Family of New Hampshire" by Alice Smith Thompson" 1962. These pages were not digitized, but they are available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #19. Drew Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized. This material may be found in the Archives in this folder.

"The History of the Town of Durham, (Oyster River Plantation)" by Stackpole, Meserve, and Thompson, published 1913

NEHGR Jan 1852 "Genealogical Items Relating to Dover, N. H.."

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settler of New England," by James Savage .1977.

Folder #20. Durgin Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from various publications. In each case the information was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

Excerpts from " The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913.

Excerpts from "History of Northwood," no further identification of this source was provided.

Folder #21. Eastow Family

Box 26

Folder #1. Eaton Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"History-Genealogical and Biographical-of the Eaton Families," by Nellie Zade Rice Molyneux, 1911.

Hollister’s "History of Connecticut."

"History of East Haven" by Sarah E. Hughes, The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Press, New Haven, Conn, 1908.

"Theophilus Eaton New England’s Glory 1637-1657," by Benevieve L. Davis. (A copy of a typescript document).

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England," Vol. 2 by James Savage, 1969.

"The Yale Family," no further identification of this source was given. The material concerns the marriage of the widow of Thomas Yale and the widower Theophilus Eaton.

"Dictionary of American Biography."

"Dictionary of National Biography."

Folder #2. Emerson Family

This folder contains among other items the following that were not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives.

"Madbury-Its People and Places," by E. A. Adams 1968.

" The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913, concerning the Emerson family. The book may also be found on line via the genealogical search engine www.mocavo.com.

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury,"Vol. III by David W. Hoyt 1916

New Hampshire Wills. No further identification of this reference was provided. Re: Timothy Emerson 1755 of Durham.

"The Haverhill Emersons Part First," compiled by Charles Henry Pope, 1913.

NSDAR application papers for a descendant of Moses Emerson, which was not digitized due to NSDAR ownership.

History of Old Chester 1719-1869 by Benjamin Chase, 1869.

Folder #3. Emery Family

This folder contains among other items the following that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. IV by G. T. Little, 1909.

Ould Newbury by John J. Currier dated 1896 re: the Mill at the Mouth of the Artichoke River.

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. I by David W. Hoyt, 1897.

"Genealogical Records of Descendants of John and Anthony Emery of Newbury, Mass 1590-1890," compiled by Rev. Rufus Emery, 1890

Folder #4. Eveleth Family

This folder contains only the following material that was not digitized. It is available in the Archives in this folder:

"History of the Town of Gloucester," by John J. Babson 1860, reprinted 1972, re: Sylvester Eveleth or Eveleigh.

The Eveleth Family of Colonial New England," by Jonathan Butcher from the NEHGR Oct 1980.

Folder #5. Farnum Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources which were not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives:

"Ancestors of William Morgan 1769-1825, Richard Morgan, Progenitor," compiled by Helen (Richardson) Kuegel, Honolulu, HI, 1962.

Ancestors of John Stearns and Mary Lane by Mary Stearns Brooks, 1898.

Folder #6. Field Family

This folder contains besides one item in the folder, the following items that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Field Genealogy, by Frederick Clifton Pierce 1901 Vols. I and II.

" The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)" by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913, re: the Field Family.

Folder #7. Flanders Family

This folder contains among other items, excerpts from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Flanders Family from Europe to America," by Edith Flanders Dunbar, 1935.

"Descendants of Stephen Flanders of Salisbury, Mass.1646, "by Ellery K.Taylor, privately printed 1932,

Genealogy and Family History State of Maine, Vol. II by Geo T. Little, 1909.

NEHGR April 1873, "The Flanders Family."

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settler of New England," by James Savage .1977.

History of York, by Charles Banks.

Folder #8. Goddard Family

This folder contains among other items an excerpt copied from ory

The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)," by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913. This material was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #9. Godfrey Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from published sources, which were not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder:

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, Vol. II, Salem, Mass. Re: Godfrey Family, 1893. Published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, and Salem, Mass.

"Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family," by George Hiram Greeley, Boston, Mass., 1905.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Genealogy and Family History State of Maine, Vol IV by Geo T. Little, 1909.

Folder #10. Goodwin Family

This folder contains only excerpts from "Early Settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire" taken from the Apr 1987 issue of an unidentified source. This material on the Goodwin Family was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #11. Greeley Family

This folder contains among other items excerpt copied from the following sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family," by George Hiram Greeley, Boston, Mass., 1905.

. "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol I by David W. Hoyt 1897.

Folder #12. Hussey Family (includes Bathcelder/Bachilor, Perkins)

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources which were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire by Noyes, Libby, and Davis. 1976.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," Vol, I by Joseph Dow 1893. Published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, and Salem Mass.

New England Family History Vol. III 1909-1910, editor Henry Quimby.

Genealogy and Family History State of Maine, Vols. I and IV by Geo T. Little, 1909, re: Hussey Family.

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settler of New England," by James Savage .1977. re: Babb, Bachilor, Perkins, and Hussey

‘Batchelder Genealogy," by F. C. Pierce 1898 re: Batchelders of London N. H.

"The Roll of Battle Abbey," by John Bernard Burke, Esq. 1978,

Folder #13. Perkins Family

This folder contains among other items, excerpts from the following sources, that were not digitized. This material may be found in this folder in the Archives:

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. II by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

"New Jersey Colonial Documents Calendar of Wills 1761-1770"

NSDAR various Bible Records and Descendant Charts

The Perkins, an unidentified book from which many pages were copied.

"Hopewell Friends History 1734-1934, Frederick Co., VA," by John W. Wayland.

"Calendar of Delaware Wills"

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, by William Wade Hinshaw in regards to Hopewell Meeting in Frederick Co., VA.

March 1989 issue of Second Boat.

Box 27

Folder #1. Haines Family

This folder contains only excerpts copied from Haines/Hayes Genealogy Deacon Samuel Haines of Westbury, Wiltshire England and His Descendants In America by A. M. and V. Haines 1902. This material was not digitized and is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #2. Hayes Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the sources listed below that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

John Hayes of Dover, N. H., A Book of His Family, Vol. I and II by Katharine E. Richmond

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage 1969, re: Hayes. Hay Family.

"History of Dover N. H." by John Scales, 1923

Madbury Its People and Places by Eloi A. Adams, 1968

Folder #3. Heard Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from sources listed below, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Descendants of Edward Small of New England by Lora A. Woodbury Underhill, 1934

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol II by David W. Hoyt 1902

Folder #4. Hearle Family

This folder contains among other items pages from, York Deeds Box XI, Fol. 83, and Box IX Fol. 62. These pages were not digitized, but are in this folder in the Archives.

(Note: Jean Sargent’s maiden name was Hill and the following Hill Family information pertains to her parents. Her father’s Hills and her mother’s Hills were unrelated."

Folder #5. Hill Family—Father’s Side Part 1, includes Kinghorn Material

This folder includes among other items the following materials, excerpts of that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

A small colored pamphlet Kirkcaldy and Dysart, Kirkcaldy District in the Kingdom of Fife

A small pamphlet entitled Kinghorn Parish Church Scotland

Kinghiorn Churchyard from an unidentified published source.

Kinghorn, pages copied from an unidentified published source.

Old Houses and Wood-Work Paneling at Kinghorn, Proceedings of the Society, Apr 11,1910, copied excerpts.

Folder #6. Hill Family—Father’s Side Part 2

This folder contains among other items the following, that were not digitized for privacy reasons. T he material is available in the Archives in Folder 6 of Box 27.

Copies of Birth and Death Certificates as follows: Births of Alexander Hill Sr., Mary Hill, and Violet Hill. Death Certificates of Alexander Hill Sr and Jr, Mary Stearns (McDonald) (mother of Alexander Hill Jr), Isabella Hill, Ruth Hill, and Joanna Hill. Note: Some marriage certificates found in Folder 6 were digitized.

Folder #7. Hill Family—Father’s Side Part 3

This folder contains among other items excerpts taken from The Dictionary of National Biography, published by Oxford University Press, re: Chalmers name This material was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #8. Hill Family—Mother’s Side Part1

This folder contains among other items the following subfolders that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

John Hill of Dover in 1649 and Some of His Descendants, compiled by W. B. Lapham 1889. (re: New Hampshire)

Old Kittery and Her Families, by Everest S. Stackpole 1903.

Records of the Woolwich District (England), no further identification of this reference was provided.

The Border Wars of New England. No further identification of this source was provided.

York Deeds Book III Fol. 101, 102, Box IX Fol’s. 226, 227, 228.

Folder #9. Hill Family—Mother’s Side Part 2

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Antique Views of Boston by James H. Stark. No further identification of this source was provided.

‘The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)," by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912.

Boston: A Topographical History by Walter Muir Whitehill

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969, re: Hill Family

Folder #10. Hilles/Hiller Family

This folder contains among other items the following that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

IGI Sheets listing names "Eaton" and variants of "Hillar"

Memorials of the Hilles Family, published by Samuel E. Hilles, Cincinnati, 1928.

"Girsten (?) and Carliste (?) Genealogy, Vol. 1 1954 by L.C. Girstin(?)

Folder #11. Hilton Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts from the following sources that were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder:

York Deeds, Book VI and Part II

"History of Newfields," by Rev James Fitts 1912.

"The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623-1660," by Charles Henry Pope 1908

Folder #12. Hobbs Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts from the "History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow Vol. I. 1893, re: Hobbs Family. This book was published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, Salem, Mass. This information was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder

Folder #13. Hodgdon/Hodson Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Old Kittery and Her Families, by Everest S. Stackpole, 1903.

York Deeds, Books II, III, IV, X, XI, XII, various folios.

Genealogy of the Descendants of Nicholas Hodson-Hodgdon of Hingham, Mass and Kittery, Maine 1635-1904, by Andrew Jackson Hodgdon, 1904.

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

Box 28

Folder #1. Hoitt Family Part 1

This folder contains among other items the NSDAR papers of a Descendant of Daniel Hoyt which was not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #2. Hoitt Family Part 2

This folder contains among other items the following items that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

An article from Antiques Magazine, Nov 1972 entitled "Albert Gallatin Hoit (1809-1856)," by Patricia Heard

Excerpts from "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. I by David W. Hoyt, 1897.

Excerpts from an unidentified source on the Hoytt Family published by David W. Hoyt, 1871.

Excerpts from an unidentified Hoitt source by Arthur H. Locke, containing information on Locke and Griffin Families.

Excerpts from The Ancestry of Lydia Harmon 1755-1836, by Walter G. Dars, 1924

Folder #3. Holdridge Family

This folder contains information on the Morgan Family. Rebecca Holdridge mar. Richard Morgan 1660.

Folder #4. Horne Family

Folder #5. Huckins Family

This folder contains only the following items that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Excerpts from Huckins Family, by Henry Winthrop Hardon 1916

Excerpts from the " The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)" by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913, concerning the Huckins family. These pages were not digitized, but are available in the Archives in this folder. The book may be found on line via the genealogical search engine www.mocavo.com

Folder #6. Hudson Family

Folder #7. Hull Family

This folder contains among other items the following that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Excerpts from the Hull Family in America. No further identification of this source was provided.

Excerpts from Colonial Families of the United States of America, by George N. Mackenzie published, 1966.

Excerpts from " The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)," by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913 concerning the Huckins family. These pages were not digitized, but are available in the Archives in this folder. The book may be found on line via the genealogical search engine www.mocavo.com

Excerpts from Maine Province and Court Records. No further identification of this source was provided.

Excerpts from The Mary and John –The Passenger. No further identification of this source was provided.

Excerpts from History of York. No further identification. of this source was provided.

Folder #8. Hunt Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

History of Rye by Langdon Parsons, 1905, reprinted 1962.

Genealogy of the Name and the Family Hunt, by W. L. G. Hunt, 1862-3.

Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire 1928-1939,

Hunt Family Records by J. Montgomery Seaver, Phil, PA, 1929

Folder #9. Jackson Family

This folder contains only the following two items that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Two John Jackson from Dartmouth, Devon," by John Plummer, taken from the New England Genealogical and Historical Society Journal of Jan 1990.

Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, re: Jackson name.

Folder #10 James Family Part 1

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

History of the Town of Hingham, by George Lincoln Vol.2 1893

NEHGR, Jul 1897 and Apr 1909 issues, re: "Genealogical Gleanings in England."

Annals of Warren (Maine), by Cyrus Eaton, 1877.

NEHGR Vol 153 Oct 1999, re John James

The James Family, The American Research Institute, Arlington, VA.

IGI sheets for the name James

The Probate Records of Essex County," Vol. II 1650-1674

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

Folder #11. James Family Part 2

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" Joseph Dow, re: James Family, 1893. This reference was published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H.

The History of Kensington New Hampshire 1663-1945 by Rev Ronald Sawyer, 1946.

Folder #12. Jane, the Indian

Folder #13. Jenness Family

This folder only contains excerpts from the "History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" re: Jenness Family, by Joseph Dow, 1893. This reference was published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, and Salem Mass. This material was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #14. Johnson Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts of published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

History and Genealogy of One Line From Captain Edward Johnson Together with His English Ancestry 1500-1914 by Alfred Johnson

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" by Joseph Dow, 1893, re: Jenness Family.

"Notes on English Origins," NEHGR Jan 1985 Vol.CXXXIX

Historical Sketches of Andover/Memorial of First Settlers by Sarah L. Bailey, 1850

Captain Edward Johnson of Woburn, Mass. and Some of His Descendants by Edward Francis Johnson, 1905.

"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England " by James Savage, 1969.

"Genealogies of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook and Warren Families," by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898.

Folder #15. Knight Family

This folder contains only an excerpt from the History of Wells and Kennebunk, by Bourne, 1875. This material was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #16. Lane Family

This folder contains among other items the following privately owned recourses and excerpts from published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

NSDAR Papers for a Descendant of Simon Lane

NSDAR Papers for a Descendant of Joshua Lane

NSDAR Papers for a Descendant of John Lane

Ancestors of John Stearns and Mary Lane by Mary Stearns Brooks, 1898.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts 1912.

History of Old Chester 1719-1869 by Benjamin Chase, 1869.

Lane Genealogies Vol. III compiled by James Hill Fitts, 1902

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire", by Joseph Dow, 1893, " re: Lane Family.

Folder #17. Lang Family

Folder #18. Langley Family

This folder contains among other items the following, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder::

NSDAR papers of a Descendant of Samuel Langley

NSDAR papers of a Descendant of Thomas Langley Jr.

Excerpts from " The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913 concerning the Burnham family. These pages were not digitized, but are available in the Archives in this folder. The book may be found on line.

Folder #19. Lawrence Family

Folder #20. Leavitt Family

This folder only contains one item, and that is excerpts from Vol. IV Leavitt Descendants of Thomas Leavitt, the Immigrant 1616-1696, and Isabella Bland by Emily L. Noyes 1953. This published material was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #21. Libby Family

This folder contains among other items the following that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Excerpts from Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. I. by G. T. Little, 1909.

Excerpts from "The Libby Family in America," by Charles T. Libby, 1882.

Excerpts from York Deeds, Vol. 5.

Box 29

Folder #1. Littlefield Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts of published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine by Geo. T. Little, 1909

Historical Genealogical and Biographical Sketch of the Littlefield Family compiled by Marguerite Kernaghan

NEHGR Vol. 67, Oct 1913 re: Littlefields

Maine Wills. No further identification of this source was provided.

York Deeds, Book II V, VI, XII, re: Littlefield

Wells: The Frontier Town of Maine by Esselyn G. Perkins, 1970

Folder #2. Locke Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts of published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder

A History and Genealogy of Captain John Locke 1627-1696 by Arthur H. Locke

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, 1893. This reference was published for the Meetinghouse Green Memorial and Historical Assoc, Hampton, N. H, and Salem Mass

NSDAR papers of a Descendant of Moses Locke

History of Rye by Langdon Parsons, 1905, reprinted 1962.

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

Folder #3. Marbury Family

This folder contains among other items one noted below that was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder:

Excerpts from The English Ancestry of Anne Marbury Hutchinson and Catherine Marbury Scott by Meredith B. Colket

Folder #4. Marston Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources that were not digitize, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Marston English Ancestry by Mary L. Holman, 1929

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire, " by Joseph Dow, 1893.

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

Early Settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire. No further identification of this reference was provided.

Folder #5. Mathews Family

This folder contains in addition to one other item excerpts from the following published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England"by James Savage, 1969

"History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire" by authors Stackpole, Thompson and Meserve, re: the Matthews Family

"History of Canterbury," by J. O. Lyford, 1912.

Folder #6. McClary Family (includes Wallis (Wallace), McGaffey, and Fellows)

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources that were not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives:

The McClary Family by Horace P. Mc Clary, 1896

History of Nottingham, No further identification of this source was provided.

"McGaffey Genealogy," by George W. McGaffey, 1904

"Judge Ebenezer Thompson of Durham, N. H." by Mary P. Thompson, 1886

"History of Canterbury," by J. O. Lyford ,1912

NSDAR papers of a descendant of Lieut Andrew McGaffey

Folder #7. McClintock Family

This folder contains among other items the following that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

NSDAR papers of a descendant of the Rev. Samuel McClintock

Excerpts from a "History of Londonderry." No further identification of this reference was provided.

Excerpts from "Rambles about Portsmouth," re: Rev. Samuel M’Clintock

Folder #8. McDonald Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts of published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.

"History of Conway," (Mass.) 1767-1917) by Rev Charles Stanley Pease, Editor 1917

Clan Donald Newsletter from Nov 1979

"Woburn Record of Deaths" 1891-1900. No further identification of this reference was provided..

Folder #9. Mercer Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

New England Family History Vol. IV, 1911-1912, Editor Henry Quimby

Batchelder Newsletter

"Batchelder Genealogy," no further identification of this reference was provided.

Folder #10. Mitchell Family (includes Abbott Family)

Folder #11. Mixer Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts of published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

NEHGR Apr 1912, "Genealogical Research in England," re: Mixer.

NEHGR Jul 1909 "Genealogical Research in England," re: will of Issak Mixer

Early Settlers of Watertown by Dr. Henry Bond, 1860, re: Mixer

"Genealogies of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook and Warren Families," by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898.

Folder #12. Montgomery and Stevens Solutions

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from "The Maritime History of Massachusetts 1783-1860," by Samuel Eliot Morison. This material was not digitized, but is available in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #13. Montgomery and William the Conqueror

This folder contains among other items an excerpt copied from "The Roll of Battle Abbey," by John Bernard Burke, Esq. 1978, which was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives.

Folder #14. Montgomery Family Part 1

This folder contains among other items an excerpt from "Genealogical History of the Family of Montgomery," by F. W. Montgomery which was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #15. Montgomery Family Part 2

This folder contains among other items the following material that was not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives:

Excerpts from "A History of Strafford." No further identification of this reference was provided.

Death Certificates for Rose M. and Henry R. Montgomery

Folder #16. Montgomery—English Ancestors

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical History of the Family of Montgomery by Thomas Harrison Montgomery, 1863.

Montgomery Magazine Oct 1916

NEHGR Oct 1958, "Montgomery Family: Irish Notes,"

History of Barrington by _____ Wiggins

Folder #17. Moody Family

This folder only contains the following excerpts copied from published sources that were not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives:

New England Family History Vol. IV, 1911-1912 by E. H. Quimby

Bradbury Memorial. No further identification of this source was provided.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Folder #18. Morrill Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources that were not digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

Genealogy of the Hodsdon or Hodgdon Family by A. J. Hodgdon, 1904

Old Kittery and Her Families, by Everest S. Stackpole, 1903

Folder #19. Moyce Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts, which were copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

Folder #20. Norton Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives:

The American Genealogist V 16 page 101, "George Norton of Salem MA," by H. F. Smith

NEHGR Jul 1859.

York Deeds Vol. 5

History of York, by Charles Banks

Folder #21 Nutter Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Newington Families by Henry W. Hardon

York Deeds Book II

"Hussey Ancestry of the Poet Whittier," by Roland H. Woodwell.

Folder #22. Oliver Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts." by Charles H. Pope, 1900

The Colonial Genealogists, Vol. IV No. 2, Fall 1971

NEHGR, Jan 1897, "Genealogical Gleanings in England,"

NEHGR, "The Oliver Family in Peace and War, 1632-1830," by Christopher Seberian Carson

History of Chelsea by Millen Chamberlain

Folder #23. Ordway Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope 1900

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

History of Sanbornton by M. T. Runnels,1881

"The Emery Family," by Rev Rufus Emery 1890

Box 30

Folder #1. Organ Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Maine Wills. No further identification of this source was provided

History of York, by Charles Banks..

NEHGR Jul 1944, "James Carr of Newbury, Mass."

"Family History of Anthony Taylor of Hampton, N. H.," by Harold Murdock Taylor

"The Reshaping of Everyday Life 1790-1840," by Jack Larkin, NY Harper and Row 1988

York Deeds, various books, re: James Carr.

Folder #2. Otis Family Records

This folder contains only the following items, which are excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Otis Genealogy," by William Otis, 1924

"Genealogical Memoir of the Family of Richard Otis and Collaterally of the Families of Baker, Varney, Waldron, Watson, etc," by Horatio Otis, 1851.

"New England," No further identification. of this source was provided. re: Otis Family NEHGR

"History of Dover N. H." by John Scales, 1923.

Folder #3. Page Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

New Hampshire Wills. No further identification of this source was provided..

NEHGR Apr 1987, "Early Settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire."

NEHGR Apr 1912, "English Ancestry," of Robert Page

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

"History and Genealogy of the Page Family," by Chas. N. Page

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, 1893.

Folder #4. Parkhurst Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.:

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England and Their Origins by John B. Threlfall, 1911

The American Genealogist Vol. 52 P. 113

English Estates of American Colonist 1610-1699 by Peter Wilson Coldham, 1983

Suffolk Deeds Lib. No further identification of this reference was provided.

NEHGR Oct 1914, "The Family of George Parkhurst."

Folder #5. Pease Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

NEHGR Jan 1849 and Apr 1849, "The Pease Family," by Frederick Pease

"The Probate Records of Essex County"

Genealogical Helper, Sept 1976

NEHGR Oct 1848, "Capture of a Pirate Vessel."

NEHGR Apr 1856, "Pease Ancestry."

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

The History of Martha’s Vineyard (Mass) by Charles E. Banks , 1966

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. IV by Geo. T. Little, 1909

The Connecticut Nutmegger

Folder #6. Peaslee Family

This folder contains among one other item, the following excerpts from published sources that were no digitized, but which may be found in the Archives in this folder:

"The Peaslees and Others of Haverhill and Vicinity (Mass)" by E. A. Kimball, 1899

"The Probate Records of Essex County"

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900

"The Peaselee Garrison,’ Boston Sunday Globe, Nov 12, 1967

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine by Geo. T. Little, 1909

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. II by David W. Hoyt, 1902,

Folder #7. Peavey Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)," by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913

Newington Families by Henry W. Hardon

NSDAR papers of a Descendant of Anthony Peavy

Unidentified source re: Town of Tuftonborough/History of Carroll Co., New Hampshire.

Folder #8. Perkins Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Unknown source on Perkins

"Calendar of Delaware Wills"

"Records of the Court of New Castle"

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, by Geo. T. Little, 1909

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900

Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire by Libby, Noyes, and Davis.

Hammett Papers by Abraham Hammett 1880-1899

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

NEHGR, Vol. 10 Jul 1856, "Perkins Genealogy. "

Second Boat Vol 10 #6, Jan-Feb 1990.

Folder #9. Phelps Family

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from The Phelps Family of America by Andrew T. Servin,1899. These pages were not digitized, but are in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #10. Philbrick Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

’Early Settlers of Watertown, by Dr. Henry Bond, 1860

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" by Joseph Dow, 1893

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

NEHGR Jul 1884, " Thomas Philbrick and Family."

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

History of Rye, by Langdon Parsons 1905, reprinted 1962.

Folder #11. Pilsbury Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Phillsbury Family," by David B. Pilsbury and Emily Getchell, 1895.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900

Folder #12. Pitman Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

" The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)," by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published 1913

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

Folder #13. Reed Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Gusten and Carlisle Genealogy Vol 1, by L. C.Gusten, 1954.

"Genealogy of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook, and Warren Families," by Mary S. Brooke, 1898.

"Reed Family," by J. W. Reed, 1861.

Folder #14. Roberts Family

This folder contains only the following two items, which are excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Ancestry of Lydia Harmon 1755-1836," by Dalton G. Davis, 1924

" The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)," by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published 1913.

Folder #15. Robie Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol I by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, 1893.

Box 31

Folder #1. Runnels/Reynolds Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder

York Deeds, various Books and Folios.

"The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)" by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published 1913.

"A Genealogy of Runnels and Reynolds Families in America," by Rev. M. T. Runnels, 1878.

Folder #2. Rust Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Early Inhabitants, Ipswich, Mass." No further identification of this source was provided.

"Yarmouth Genealogies." No further identification of this source was provided.

York Deeds, various Books and Folios.

Folder #3. Sampson Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogical Memoirs of the Sampson Family in America," by John Adam Vinton, 1864.

NEHGS Nexus Vol. IX, No. 2

"Mayflower Ancestral Index," published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1981.

"A Family Odyssey of Joseph Harrison and Ada Belle Stager," by Helen and Evelyn Stager 1983.

NEHGR Jul 1850, "List of Those Able to Bear Arms in New Plymouth."

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. II by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

NEHGR Apr 1868, "Names of Some of the Officers and Men in the Louisburg Expedition."

"History of Castine, Penobscot and Brookville, Maine," by Geo A. Wheeler, 1875.

"Pioneers of Maine Rivers," by Wilbur D. Spencer, 1973.

Maine Wills.

"The Vital Records of Bridgewater, Mass."

"The Mayflower Descendants," Vol, 23 1921.

NEHGR Vol. 12, "Townsmen of Dartmouth, Mass."

"History of the Town of Duxbury, Mass," by Justin Winsor, 1849

"Paths Out of Plymouth," by Jack Post and Dorothy B. Kavka.

"Families of the Pilgrims," Mayflower Descendents, 1956.

Unidentified source re: Highlights of Westbrook/History of Early Falmouth and the Indians.

Folder #4. Sanborn Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Three Hundred and Fifty Years of Bickfords in New Hampshire," by Catherine Bickford Fahnestock, 1971.

"Genealogy of the Family of Samborne or Sanborn 1194-1898," by V. C. Sanborn, 1899.

"Lineage Chart of the Ancestors of Sarah Elizabeth Yeaton." (A large oversized multipage chart.)

"New Hampshire Genealogical Records," Vol 2.

"McDaniel Family Bible Records," taken from an unidentified source.

Sanborn Signatures, Vol. XII Issue 2 Spring 1995.

"History of Deerfield.." No further identification of this source was proivided.

NEHGR Jan 1897, "The First Sanborns of Hampton, N.H.," by V. C. Sanborn.

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. IV by Geo. T. Little,1909.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts 1912.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" Joseph Dow, 1893.

Folder #5. Sargent Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," David W. Hoyt, 1897.

NEHGR Jan 1994, "English Background of George and Margery (Hayward) Wathen of Salem, and their Nephew William Sargent of Gloucester, Mass," by Clifford L. Stott..

‘History of Canterbury," by J. O. Lyford, 1912.

"Newburyport Births." No further identification of this source was provided.

"History of Gloucester," by John J. Babson 1860, reprinted 1972.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" Joseph Dow, 1893.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912.

Folder #6. Sawyer Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. I by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

York Deeds

Maine Wills

NEHGR Apr 1853, "Inscriptions from the Old Graveyard in Wells, Maine.

Folder #7. Sayward Family

This folder only contains one excerpt from the published source, York Deeds, that was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder:

Folder #8. Shatswell Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Probate Records of Essex County."

"Early Settlers of Rowley, Mass," by Blodgette and Jewett, 1932,

Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder Vol. 9 1898.

A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury from 1635-1645 by Joshua Coffin, dated 1845.

NEHGS Nexus Vol. VIII, No. 2.

Folder #9. Sleeper Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpt from a published source, which was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder:

"The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire," by Charles Pope, 1909.

Folder #10. Small Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

York Deeds

"History of Wells and Kennebunk." No further identification of this reference was provided.

"The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913

"The Libby Family in America," by Charles T. Libby, 1882.

"Highlights of Westbrook History,"

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. I by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

Old Kittery and Her Families, by Everest S. Stackpole, 1903.

"Descendants of Edward Small of New England and The Allied Families, etc. by Loora Underhill.

Folder #11. Smith Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogical Record of the Smiths of Oyster River," compiled and arranged by Ballard Smith, 1874.

"Founders of Mass Bay Colony." No further identification of this reference. was provided.

"Additions and Corrections to Vol. IV," of an unidentified source.

New Hampshire Wills, no further identification of this reference was provided.

"The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)" by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

"History of York," Vol. II by Charles Banks

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912.

"The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623-1660," by Charles Henry Pope, 1909.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" by Joseph Dow, 1893.

Folder #12. Stearns Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogies of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook and Warren Families," by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900

NSDAR papers of a Descendant of Rev. Josiah Stearns.

"History of Pittsfield." No further identification of this source was provided.

"History of Epping, N. H. by John Tilton, 1941

"Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

"Sanborn Genealogy," by V. C. Sanborn, 1899.

NSDAR papers of a Descendant of John Stearns

"Passenger Ships Search and Attestation," by Homes-Corey, LTD. Marco, FL.

Folder #13. Stevens Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"New England Marriages Prior to 1700," by Clarence A. Torrey, 1985.

"Kensington Town Recorder," Vol. I, "Head of Families of N. H., 1800.

"The Codmans of Charlestown and Boston." No further identification of this reference was provided.

"Ancestors of Guilford Solon Tingley." No further identification of this reference was provided.

"Gleanings from the Records of the County of Essex." No further identification of this reference was provided.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," ,by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

"History of Gloucester." No further identification of this reference was provided.

"Genealogical-Biological Histories of the Families of Stevens, Gallatin and Nicholson,:" by Bryan Kerby Stevens, 1911

Washington Post, Dec 10, 1975.

Historical Sketches of Andover/Memorial of First Settlers by Sarah L. Bailey, 1850.

"Genealogy of the Stevens Family," by Frederick Stevens, 1891.

Folder #14. Stoughton Family

This folder contains only two excerpts as noted below, which were copied from published sources. These were not digitized, but are available in the Archives in this folder.

NEHGR 1851, "Family of Stouughton."

"Judge Ebenezer Thompson of Durham, N. H,." by Mary Pickering Thompson, 1886.

Folder #15. Stover Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

1. York Deeds

2. Maine Wills

3. "History of York," by Charles Banks.

Folder #16. Swaine Family

This folder contains among other items, the following excerpts from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder

"Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623-1660," by Charles Henry Pope, 1909.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire" re: James Family, by Joseph Dow, 1893.

Box 32

Folder #1. Taylor Family Part

This folder contains among other items, the excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized , but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Taylor Taylor Trees

York Deeds Book XIII

"History of Canterbury," by J. O. Lyford, 1912.

"The Drake Family of N. H.,:" by Alice Thompson

New Hampshire Wills.. No further identification of this reference was provided.

NEHGS Nexus, Vol. IV,. No. 5, "Predecessors of Sophronia Taylor," and "Discovery of My New England Ancestors by Computer."

"History of Wolfeborough," by Benjamin F. Parker.

"Walter Ingalls Maker of Likenesses, an Exhibition at the N. H. Historical Society, Concord, N. H. 1975," (includes portraits of two Taylors.

Folder #2. Taylor Family Part 2

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized , but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

York Deeds Vol. 5.

"Runnels and Reynolds Families," by Rev. M. T. Runnels.

"Greeley Genealogy."

"History of Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, 1893.

"History of Exeter," Charles H. Bell, 1888.

"Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire."

NSDAR Papers of a Descendant of Eliphalet Taylor.

NEHGR Jul 1880, "The Edgerly Family," by James A. Edgerly.

"History of Sanbornton, N. H.," Vol. II Genealogies, by Rev. M. T. Runnels, 1881.

"History of Gilmanton, N. H.," by Daniel Lancastor, 1845.

"Anthony Taylor Family History of Hampton, N. H. 1635-1935." By Harold Taylor, 1936.

"New. Hampshire. Provincial Deeds 1702-1792."

The Carpenter Family News-Journal.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912

"Haskins Family," by Henry. Hendon, 1916.

Folder #3. Thayer Family

This folder contains only one item which is an excerpt from the published source, "The Thayer Family of Thornbury," by Tomas Thayer O’Jeda, 1907. This item was not digitized, but is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #4. Thomas Family

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

" The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)" by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published 1913.

"The History of Strafford County, New Hampshire" by John Scales, 1914.

Old Kittery and Her Families, by Everest S. Stackpole 1903.

Folder #5 Thompson Family Part 1

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Old Kittery and Her Families, by Everest S. Stackpole 1903.

"Lee in Four Centuries" (New Hampshire), by Ursula Barir, 1966.

"Newington Families in the 18th Century," by Henry D. Hardon.

"University of New Hampshire, Proprietary Information/Notes Re: Thompson

"Genealogy of the Remick Family, " by Oliver Philbrick Remick, 1893.

"The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published 1913.

"Landmarks in Ancient Dover," by Mary Thompson.

"History of Strafford County, New Hampshire" by John Scales, 1914.

"Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire," by authors Libby/Noyes/Davis.

Folder #6. Thompson Family folder Part 2

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Old Kittery and Her Families, by Everest S. Stackpole, 1903.

"History of Sanbornton," by Mmouth," by Frank E. cottoe Cotton Family of Ports. T. Runnels, 1881.

"The Cotton Family of Portsmouth," by Frank E. Cotton, 1905.

NEHGR Jul 1904 "The Cotton Family," by Frank E. Cotton.

York Deeds, various volumes and folios.

"Family Record of Lovina Perkins Thompson Tuttle, Strafford, N. H., : Property of Muriel M. (Thompson) Lucas.

"A Memoir of Judge Ebenezer Thompson of Durham, N. H., " by Mary P. Thompson.

Folder #7. Tuck Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts copied from published sources, which that not digitized, which may be found in this folder in the Archives:

New England Family History Vol. IV, 1911-1912, Editor Henry Quimby.

"Early Settlers of Watertown," by Dr. Henry Bond. 1860.

"Ancestors of William Morgan 1769-1825, Richard Morgan Progenitor," compiled by Helen Klugel, 1962.

"Genealogical Dictionary of First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, 1893.

Folder #8. Tuttle Family

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Tuttle Tuthill Line In America," compiled by Alva M. Tuttle

NSDAR Papers of a Descendant of Thomas Tuttle

NSDAR Papers of a Descendant of Jotham Tuttle

NSDAR Papers of a Descendant of Elijah Tuttle

"History of Dover, N. H " by John Scales, 1923.

"The American Genealogist," Jul 1978,"Origin of John Tuttle of Ipswich, Mass." By David L. Greene.

"Twelve Generations of Tuttles," by Mel Allen.

NEHGR Apr 1867, "The Tuttle Family of New Hampshire."

"Guile Genealogy, Posterity of Samuel Guile of Haverhill." No further identification of this source was provided.

"New Hampshire State Papers, Vol. 15."

"History of Chelsea," by M. Chamberlain, 1908.

Folder #9. Walford Family

This folder contains only one item which is an excerpt copied from the published source, "The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623-1660," by Charles Henry Pope 1908. This item was not digitized, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #10. Walker Family

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder

NEHGR Oct 1903, "Descendants of Samuel Walker."

"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

"Genealogies of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook and Warren Families," by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898

Folder #11. Wallace Family Part 1

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"History of .Chelsea," by Millen Chamberlain, 1908

"Some Early Settlers of Epsom."

"Genealogy of the Fogg Family, Descendants of Samuel Fogg," compiled by Mrs. Horace Fogg of Greene, Maine.

York Deeds Book XVI Folio 41 and 42..

Maine Historical and Genealogical Recorder Vol 7, 1893

IGI Listing, Wallace Name.

"Yeaton Family of New England 1680-1850," by William Haslet Jones, 1987.

Folder #12. Wallace Family Part 2

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Genealogy of the Fogg Family, Descendants of Samuel Fogg," compiled by Mrs. Horace Fogg of Greene, Maine.

York Deeds various Books and Folios.

"The Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623-1660," by Charles Henry Pope 1908.

"Immigrants to New England 1700-1775," by Ethel Stanwood Bolton, 1931, republished 1966.

The Probate Records of Essex County.

NSDAR Papers of a Descendant of William Wallace."

"History of Duxbury," by Justin Winsor, 1849.

"Licenses to Go Beyond the Seas," The John C. Hotten Lists.

"History of Sanbornton," by M. T. Runnels 1881.

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. II by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

"Revolutionary Pension Declarations," Granite State Magazine, Aug 1907.

"History and Genealogy of Captain John Locke (1627-1696) of Portsmouth and Rye, N. H. and his Descendant, by Arthur H. Locke.

Folder #13. Wallace Family Part 3

This folder contains among other items, excerpts copied from the following published sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire by Noyes, Libby, and Davis,1976

"History of Exeter," by Charles H. Bell, 1888

NSDAR Papers of a descendant of Ebenezer Wallace.

NSDAR Papers of a descendant of Samuel Wallis.

New Hampshire Wills, Vol. 35.

"Historical Sketches of ______ and John Moses of Portsmouth," by Zebina Moses, 1890.

History of Rye by Langdon Parsons 1905, reprinted 1962.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, 1893.

"Sanborn Genealogy," by V. C. Sanborn, 1899.

. "History and Genealogy of Captain John Locke (1627-1696) of Portsmouth and Rye, N. H. and his Descendant, by Arthur H. Locke.

New Hampshire State Papers, Vol. 17.

The Wallace Family in America, " by James A. Phelps.

"Huckins Family," by Henry W. Hardon, 1916

"Wallace Genealogical Data Pertaining to the Descendants of Peter Wallace and Elizabeth Woods, His Wife," compiled by George Selden Wallace.

Box 33

Folder #1. Warde Family

This folder contains among other items, one excerpt copied from the published source "Early Settlers of Hampton, N. H," by William Haslet Jones, which was not digitized, but which maybe found in this folder in the Archives

Folder #2 Warren Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts copied from published sources that were not digitized, but which maybe found in this folder in the Archives.

"Genealogies of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook and Warren Families," by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898.

"Early Settlers of Watertown," by Dr. Henry Bond, 1860.

Folder #3 Webster Family

This folder contains only the following excerpts copied from published sources that were not digitized, but which maybe found in this folder in the Archives.

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. II by David W. Hoyt, 1902

"Early Settlers of Hampton, N. H ," by William Haslet Jones.

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. II by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969.

Folder #4. Wentworth Lines to Royalty

This folder contains among other items, one excerpt copied from the published source The Genealogist, Vol. 4 dated 1880, which was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #5. Wentworth Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

NEHGR Jul 1882 Vol. 36, "Additions and Corrections to the Wentworth Genealogy," by Hon. John Wentworth.

NEHGR Oct 1853, Note to Wentworth Article, Page 265

"New Hampshire." No further identification of this source was provided.

NEHGR Jul 1869, "Births, Marriages and Deaths in Portsmouth, N. H."

"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage, 1969

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. II by Geo. T. Little, 1909

"History of Rollinsford, N. H.," by _____ Somerworth.

"Wentworth Genealogy," 1850

"History of Exeter," by Charles H. Bell, 1888.

"More Colonial Homesteads, Langdon and Wentworth Houses." No further identification of the source was provided.

"Genealogical and Biographical Account of the Descendants of Elder William Wentworth," 1850. Formerly published in the NEHGR.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912.

"History of Wells and Kennebunk," by ____ Browne, 1875.

"Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury," Vol. II by David W. Hoyt, 1902.

"History of York," by Charles Banks

"History of Strafford Co., N. H." by John Scales, 1914

"Historical New Hampshire, Joseph Blackburn, Limner, in Portsmouth," by Elizabeth Adams Rhoades Aykboyd.

NEHGS Nexus Vol XII, No. 6.

NEHGS Nexus Vol. XI , No. 3 and 4.

Folder #6. Whipple Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

"Captain John Whipple 1617-1685 and His Descendants," by Ralph Hemmenway Records, 1948,

The Probate Records of Essex County," Vol. II.

"Early Inhabitants of Ipswich Mass," from Hammett Papers by Abraham Hammett 1880-1899.

"The Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Charles H. Pope, 1900.

Folder #7. Wiggin Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. I by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

"History of Sanbornton," by M. T. Runnels 1881.

"History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire," by Joseph Dow, 1893.

"History of Newfields," by Rev. James Fitts, 1912.

"History of Dover, N. H" Vol. I by John Scales, 1923.

Folder #8. Wingate Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder

"History of the Wingate Family in England and America," by Charles Wingate, 1886.

"History of Madbury."

"The Wingate Family of New Hampshire."

"Genealogy of the Hodsdon or Hodgdon Family," by Anderw J. Hodgdon, 1904.

"History of Sanbornton," by M. T. Runnels, 1881

Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. I by Geo. T. Little, 1909.

Folder #9. Wiswall Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder

Genealogies of Stearns, Lane, Holbrook and Warren Families," by Mary Stearns Brooke, 1898.

"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" by James Savage,.1969

"The Wiswall Family of America," by Rev. A.. Titus.

"A Wiswall Line Ten Generations in Descent from Elder Thomas Wiswall of Dorchester, Mass. 1635 to James B. Wiswall, Wakefield, Mass 1925," compiled by C. A. Wiswall.

"Gunstin and Carlisle Genealogy," Vol. I by L.C. Gusten, 1954.

Folder #10. Woodman Family

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.

"A List of Some of the Descendants folder of Mr. Edward Woodman," compiled by Joshua Coffin, 1855.

"History of Strafford County, New Hampshire" by John Scales, 1914.

" The History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation)"by authors: Stackpole/Thompson/Meserve, published in 1913.

NEHGR Jul 1943, "Genealogical Research in England, The Woodman Family."

Folder #11. Wyeth Family

This folder contains among other items only the following excerpt copied from published sources, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.

"The Probate Records of Essex County."

Folder #12 Wyman Family

This folder contains only one excerpt from the published source, Gusten and Carlisle Genealogy Vol 1 by L. C.Gusten, 1954.

Box 34

Folder #1. Bible Records (Babb, Littler, Anderson, Mattoon, Monteith, Woodruff, Walker, Balderston)

Folder #2. Census—Accelerated Indexing

Folder #3. Coats and Arms and Insignia (Babb, Batcheler, Montgomery)

Folder #4. Robert E. Babb Basic Babb Research

Folder #5. Miscellaneous Correspondence

Folder #6. Family Lines of Thelma Stearns, Laura Paul Hall, Amy Sue Paul, Malcolm Hill, Alex Hill and Jean Sargent

This folder also contains among other items an excerpt copied from the Jul 1988 issue of Second Boat, that was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #7. Foss/Fost Information—R. Locke

This folder contains among other items, excerpts from the following sources that were not digitized, but which may be found in this folder in the Archives:

"The Foss Ancestor," from New England Family History Vol. III, 1909-1910, editor Henry Quimby.

"History and Genealogy of the Foss Family of America," by Guy Rix, Concord, N. H., 1912.

Folder #8. Capt. Thomas Babb Items

This folder contains among other items the following excerpts from sources that were not digitized, but which are available in this folder in the Archives.

"Some Evidence of Trade between Exeter and Newfoundland Up to 1600," by Professor W. J. Harte, 1932.

"The Original Lists of Persons of Quality to the American Plantations 1600-1700," edited by John Camden Hotten.

"English Research-Various American Voyages." No further identification of this reference was provided.

NEHGR Vol 104 Jan 1950 "Notes on New England Voyages."

"Genealogical Gleanings in England." No further identification of this source was provided.

"Licenses To Go Beyond the Seas," by Hotten from "List of Emigrants To America."

"The Essex Antiquarian," from "Salem Quarterly Court Records and Files," Vol. 3, 1899.

"Cavaliers and Pioneers (Virginia)," Patent Book No. 1 Part II.

Folder #9. International Genealogical Index, (IGI), Other States

The IGI material was not digitized due to ownership rights, but it is available in this folder in the Archives.

Folder #10. Military Records—The Revolution

This folder contains excerpts copied from the following sources that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder:

17th Report of the National Daughters of the American Revolution, Pierce’s Register, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

The Magazine of American Genealogy, No. 11, various Babb references.

"List of Pensioners," Ohio, various counties.

Loyalists in the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War by Murtie June Clark, Vol. II, 1981, Baltimore. This material was not digitized due to copyright issues, but the material is available in the Archives in this folder.

This folder also contains a Supplemental NSDAR Application for a descendant of Peter Babb 1-2-2-2, which was not digitized due to ownership issues, but it is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #11. Military Records—War of 1812

Folder #12. Military Records—Civil War—Confederate Veteran

This folder contains excerpts from the magazine Confederate Veteran, various issues, that were not digitized, but which are available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #13. Military Records—Civil War—Union

Folder #14. Military Records—Other Service (Includes more Civil War Confederate and Union records)

This folder contains among other items a copy of the Maine Roster 1917-1919 for WWI which was not digitized, but which is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #15. Quaker Records—General (Some Babb)

This folder contains the following excerpts from the following sources, that were not digitized, but are available in the Archives in this folder.

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, by William Wade Hinshaw in regards to Hopewell Meeting in Frederick Co., VA.

"Ohio Service Records." re: The Quaker Settlement in Ohio taken from the Ohio Genealogical Quarterly 1986.

Concord Monthly Meeting Marriage Certificates

Vol. Twelve of DE Bible Records NSDAR DE State Society, 1976.

Folder #16 Quaker- Hopewell Friends Records Frederick Co, VA

This folder contains among other items excerpts copied from "Hopewell Friends History 1734-1934, Frederick Co., VA," by John W. Wayland. This material was not digitized and is available in the Archives in this folder.

Folder #17. Roots Cellar—Family Registry

Folder #18. Who’s Who—Babb Names

This folder contains among other items excerpts from various published "Who’s Who," publications providing compiled listings for various years of individuals named Babb. These were not digitized, but they are available in the Archives in this folder. .

Folder #19. Babb Ancestry Notes by Mrs. Eyre

This folder contains among other items, copies of some papers of Clare Wallace Eyre (deceased), which were not digitized due to copyright issues. The papers are available in this folder in the Archives

Folder #20. Emery’s Babb Family Bulletin

Folder #21. Passenger Lists—Arrivals

Folder #22. Harold Babb mar. Agnes Grevois (Reginald, Gene, Richard)

Folder #23. New England Family Charts (E. S. Bosley’s charts) Names: Melvin, Emerson, Eaton, Lull, Little, Johnson, Webster, True, Marden, Cole, Cilley.

Box 35

(This Box was not digitized but may be found in the Archives. A disc of the Babb Family Newsletters may be purchased from the Babb Family Association. See the beginning of this inventory for information on contacting the Association. )

Folder #1. Babb Book Donations, Various Libraries, Historical Societies

Folder #2. Babb Family Association 2000 Reunion Salt Lake City

Folder #3. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 1 1989—1992

Folder #4. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 2 1992—1995

Folder #5. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 3 1995—1998

Folder #6. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 4 1998—2001

Folder #7. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 5 2001

Folder #8. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 6 2003

Folder #9. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 7 Issues 1 & 2, 2005

Folder #10. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 7 Issues 3 and 4, 2006

Folder #11. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 8 2008

Folder #12 Babb Family Newsletter Volume 9, 2009

Folder #13. Babb Family Newsletter Volume 10, 2011

Folder #14. Newburyport High School Alumni Directory 1993

Folder # 15 Babb Family Association Letters and Articles Re: Allied Families submitted by members. (These papers are not part of the original Jean Sargent Collection, and they are not digitized. They may be viewed in the Archives.).

This folder contains the following subfolders:

1. Harriet Foley Family Notes (Pedigree to Phillip Babb (John Henry Babb 1837-1880.) ) dated Oct 2008.

2. Letter from Ruth Harrington to Mr. Daniel Babb dated Nov 2005

3. Memorial ceremony material regarding the death of Harold Joseph Arendt, Jr. dated Jan 2007

4. Letter from Mr. Danny Cunningham to Mr. Daniel Babb, undated, re: Elizabeth Babb 1-2-2-1-3-1-3.

5. News articles dated 2008-09 regarding Greeneville, TN, Mr. Kent Bewley

6. John Joseph Babb 1-2-2-3-4-5-3-2-4

BOX 36

(This Box was not digitized. A disc of the Babb Family Newsletters may be purchased from the Babb Family Association. See the beginning of this inventory for information on contacting the Association. )

Dues, Financials, and Membership Historical Information.

DVD – Babb Family Association Collection, digitized, can be viewed on Past Perfect computer,