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Ancestors of Charles A. Stymus and his wife Ella C. Smith, 1620-1989
Compiled by David Symonds
Pub. 1989

Ancestral Lines   
Carl Boyer, 3rd
Description:  144 Families in England, Germany, New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsyvania.
Note:  a medium size red book in perfect condition.  487 Pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Book of Names, The
Lou D. MacWethy
Description: Especially Relating to The Early Palatines and the First Settlers in the Mohawk Valley, compiled and arranged by Lou D. MacWethy, 1969
Note: a small, maroon colored hard cover book in perfect condition.  209 pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Census of Pensioners for the Revolutionary or Military Services 1840, A
Act of Congress
Pub. 1967

Contribution To The Genealogy of the Bearse or Bearss Family in America 1618-1871, A
John Bearss Newcomb 
Pub.  1871
Descripton:  Ancestry and Descendants of Dea. John Bearss and his Wife, Molly (Beardsley) Bearss, of New Fairfield, CT and Westmoreland, NY
Note: a small, thin red, hard cover book in perfect condition. 16 pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Descendants of William Chase
Compiled by George Walter Chamberlain for John Carroll Chase
Pub.1983
Description:  Some of the Descendants of William Chase of Roxbury and Yarmouth, Mass.
Note: a small, thin, black, hard cover book in perfect condition.  128 pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy
William Wade Hinshaw
Pub. 1969

French Colonists and Exiles in the United States
J. G. Rosengarten
Originally Pub. 1907 reprinted 1989 by Heritage Books, Bowie MD 
Description: This volume is a comprehensive overview of French settlements and settlers in the United States and deals with the early French settlements; the French colonies in Louisiana; the Huguenots; French travelers; French exiles, French soldiers; settlements in South Carolina, in the West and Canada; French land companies in the United States; French settlements in the Gallipolis, Ohio, and Asylum, Pennsylvania, and Iowa; Bonapartist exiles in the United States; and Royalists exiles in the United States
Note: 234 Pages. Pink colored, soft covered book, perfect condition. ISBN 1-55613-247-6
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire
Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornon Libby, Walter Goodwin Davis
Pub. 1976
Note:  A medium sized, green, hard covered book, 775 pages, very good condition, spine slightly weak.

Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England
James Savage
Pub. 1969   
Description:  Three generations, those who came before May, 1692″ in four volumes
Note: We were donated the complete set- all four volumes- all medium sized,  ‘chocolate’ brown, all in perfect condition.
Vol 1- A-C, 516 pages
Vol 2-D-J,  599 pages,
Vol 3- K-R, 664 pages,
Vol 4- S-Z, 714 pages.

Genealogist’s Handbook for New England Research, 3rd Edition
Marcia Wiswall Lindberg
Pub. 1993

German Allied Troops in the North American War of Independence ,  1776-1783
J. G. Rosengarten
Pub. 1969
Description:  Translated and abridged from the German of Max Von Eekling
Note:  A medium size, blue, hard cover book.  Perfect condition. 360 Pages.

Heads of Families of the United States Taken in the Year 1790
Pub. 1966

Lindsays of America, A Genealogical Narrative and Family Record, The
Margaret Isabella Lindsay
Pub. 1889, Reprinted by Higginson Book Co., Salem, MA
Description: Beginning with the family of the earliest settler in the mother state, Virginia, and including in an appendix all the Lindsays of America.
Note: 280 pages.  Navy blue, hard covered book, perfect condition.
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

Linsey Genealogy, 1963, The
Vaughn Rowley
Reprinted by Higginson Book Co., Salem, MA     248 pages.
Description: The genealogy, history, biography, autobiographies of the descendants of James Lindsey of North Carolina.
Note: Navy blue, hard covered book, perfect condition.
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

More Descendants of William Chase of Yarmouth
Compiled by Amy Loftin

New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Vol XIX) , The
New England Historical and Genealogical Society (NEHGS)
Pub.  1994
394 pages.
Description: A quarterly journal, commonly called simply “The Register”a collection of valuable genealogical compilations and source record transcriptions.
Note: Cream colored, soft cover book, perfect condition.
ISBN 1-55613-976-4
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

New England Historical and Genealogical Register (Vol XX), The
New England Historical and Genealogical Society, (NEHGS)
Pub.  1994
397 pages.
Note:  Cream colored, soft cover book, perfect condition.
ISBN 1-55613-977-2
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy, The
Val D. Greenwood
Pub. 1973
Description: Basic principles of genealogical research, using records
Note: A very thick, gray hard cover book, navy blue dust jacket.  Perfect condition.  535 pages.

Thomas Joy and His Descendants
Compiled by James Richard Joy, MDCCCC (1900)
Description:  In the lines of his sons Samuel of Boston, Joseph of Hingham, Ephraim of Berwick, A portfolio of family papers
Note: A small green, hard covered book, perfect condition, 225 pages.

Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New England, 1620-1650
Charles Edward Banks
Pub. 1969
Description:  Maps and information re: emigrants from England to New England, indexed in several ways.
Note:   A medium size, wine color, hard covered book.  295 pages.

Willcott, Kay, Timberlake, and Allied Families
Larry Lee Blackman, Ph, D.
Pub. 2001
Description: Ancestors and Descendants of John Mark Willcott, Ezra Piper Kay, and Joseph Johnson Timberlake.
Note: 507 pages. OCGS purchased this signed copy from the author, when he was a guest speaker and gave a presentation on publishing a family history.  March 2002 meeting

Wordon Family Record
D.W. Wordon
Pub. 1868

Yesterday, The Hampton, McCracken, Longwith, Mabry & Wells Families
Diana L. Mellen
Pub. 1991 by Heritage Books, Inc. Bowie, MD       
Description: The first half of the book provides an historical overview of the time periods through which the families are traced.the second half provides genealogical information about the families.  Records from the court and church, tax and property records, letters and military records are some of the sources used to sketch the growth and development of the families.  Indexed and enriched with photos, copies of letters, etc.
Note: 324 pages. Watermelon colored, soft cover book, perfect condition. ISBN 1-55613-505-X
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

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Connecticut

Connecting to Connecticut
Betty Jean Morrison
Pub. By Connecticut Society of Genealogists, Inc.  1995
Description:  Guide to researching family history in Ct.
Holly’s note: Small, softcover, white book with blue writing, perfect condition.  342 pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated 13 May 2001

Connecticut Town Origins, Their Names, Boundaries, Early Histories and First Families
Helen Earle Sellers
Pub. 1973

Early Connecticut Marriages edited by Frederic W. Bailey
Pub. 1968
Description:  Early Conn. Marriages as found on Ancient Church Records Prior to 1800.
Note: A thick, medium size, brown book Perfect condition.  Pages not consecutively numbered- many sections.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Families of Old Fairfield, Volume 1
Jacobus
Pub.1930
Description:  History and Genealogy of the families of Old Fairfield.  Fairfield, CT.
Note:  A medium sized book, wine colored, hard cover in perfect condition.775 pages. 

Families of Old Fairfield, Volume 2, Part 1
Jacobus
Pub. 1932
508 pages

Families of Old Fairfield, Volume 2, Part 2
Jacobus
Pages 509-1224.

Genealogies of Connecticut Families
Pub. 1983
Note: Three medium sized, navy blue, hard cover books, all in perfect condition.
Vol. 1-  A-Ga 
Vol.2-  Ge-O
Vol. 3- P-W

Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790, Connecticut
Pub. 1966

Morgan Genealogy, A History of James Morgan of New London, Conn. And His Descendants; from 1607-1869
Nathaniel H. Morgan
Pub. 1992
Description: A comprehensive genealogy of the male line descendants of James Morgan of New London, CT through nine generations.  While the female lines are not carried down, there is frequently extensive data on the Morgan daughters and their children.  Also a few pages on Miles Morgan of Springfield, MA, 1636, brother of James, and his descendants, and on other Morgan families with no known connection to James of New London.
Note: 281 pages. Yellow, soft covered book, perfect condition. ISBN 1-55613-578-5
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

Richard Patrick or Partrick of Norwalk, Conn., and some of His Descendants
Patricia Liddle Haslam
Pub. 1978

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Maine

History of Gorham, Maine
Hugh D. McLellan
Pub. 1980
Description:  A facsimile of the 1903 edition with a new forward by William David Barry
Note: A thick wine red colored, hard cover book.  860 pages, in perfect condition.

Westbrook, Maine Cemeteries
Compiled by Karen Sherman Ketove
Pub. 1996
Description:  Plus the surrounding towns of Cumberland, Falmouth, Gorham, Portland, and Windham.
Note:  A medium sized, turquoise color, soft covered book.  Perfect condition.  447 Pages.

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Massachusetts

Cemetery Inscriptions of the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts and its Villages, 1600-1900
Paul J. Bunnell
Pub. 1992 by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD     
Description: This new collection is an alphabetical arrangement of inscriptions from twenty-three cemeteries found in Barnstable and its neighboring towns.
Note: 432 pages. Lavender colored, soft covered book, perfect condition. ISBN 1-55613-652-8
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Descendants of Thomas Wittier and Ruth Green of Salisbury and Haverhill, Mass.
Compiled by Charles Whittier
Pub. 1937

Duxbury, MA  Vital Records to 1850
Pub. 1911

Early Massachusetts Marriages, Prior to 1800
Edited by Frederic W. Bailey
Pub. 1968

Farringtons Colonists and Patriots, The
Dorothy Farrington Parker
Pub. 1976
Description:  Descendants of Dedham, Massachusetts, Edmund of Lynn, Massachusetts, Edward of Flushing, NY
Note:  A thin, navy blue, linen covered, hard cover book.  Perfect condition.  216 Pages.

Heads of Families At the First Census of the United States Taken In the Year 1790, Massachusetts
Pub. 1966

Nickerson Family, The Descendants of William Nickerson, 1604-1689 First Settler of Catham, Massachusetts, The
Pub. 1973
Description: Part I- The first four generations and vital records of the fifth generation.

Nickerson Family, The Descendants of William Nickerson, 1604-1689 First Settler of Chatham, Massachusetts, The
Pub. 1976
Description:  “Part III- The sixth generation with vital records of the seventh generation and allied families.

Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, The
David W. Hoyt
Pub. 1982
Description:  The original three volumes and supplement complete in one volume. With some related families of Newbury, Haverhill, Ipswich, and Hampton.
Note: A thick, dark blue, hard covered book, perfect condition, 1097 pages.

Passengers on the “Lion” from England to Boston, 1623 
Sandra Sutphin Olney
Pub. 1992
Description: The men and women who boarded the “Lion” in 1632 for the fledgling American came primarily from the East Anglia area of England (an area now encompassed by the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.  Many were Puritan followers of Rev. Thomas Hooker.Numerous passengers took a prominent part in establishing new settlements in America including Hartfor (CT), Newport (RI), Salisbury, Amesbury, Seekonk, Haverhill, Roxbury, Sudbury and Barnstable MA, and Southhold (NY).  Genealogical information on the immigrant as well as through four additional generations of his or her descendants.
Note: Two copies. Identical light lavender soft covered books, perfect condition. ISBN 1-55613-706-0
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

Pioneers of Massachusetts
Charles Henry Pope
Pub. 1977
Description:  Drawn from the Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches and other Contemporaneous Documents.
Note: A medium sized, medium blue hard cover book.  Perfect condition, 549 pages. 

William Luddington of Malden, Mass. And East Haven, Conn. And His Descendants
James Shepard
Pub.  1904

Vital Records of Duxbury, Massachusetts To The Year 1850
Pub. 1911
Note:  A medium sized, tan, hard cover book, 446 pages, perfect condition.

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New Hampshire

New Hampshire Marriage Licenses and Intentions 1709-1961
Pauline Johnson Oesterlin
Pub. 1991 
Description: Important new reference to marriage records found in the New Hampshire State Archives, many of which may not be recorded elsewhere.
Note: 259 Pages. Pale pink colored, soft cover book, perfect condition.
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

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New Jersey

Bergen Records
Dingman Vesteeg and Thomas E. Vermilye, Jr.,
Pub. 1976
Description:  Excerpted and Reprinted from Year Book of the Hollan Society of New York
Note: This book is regarding Bergen, NJ. A small green hard cover book in perfect condition. 91 pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

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New York

Early Families of Herkimer County New York
William V. H. Barker
Pub.1986
Description:  Descendants of the Burnetsfield Palatines
Note: A medium sized, dark blue hard cover book, perfect condition, 334 pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Early History of Southampton, L. I., New York with Genealogies, The
George Rogers Howell, M.A.
Pub.  1989.         
Description: Southampton was first settled in mid-1640 by a group from Lynn, Massachusetts.  This excellent work provides a history of the early development of the community, with emphasis on the period prior to the American Revolution.
Note: 473 pages. School bus yellow colored, soft cover book, perfect condition. ISBN 1-55613-270-0
Part of the Marge Schultz Collection
Donated by Marge Schultz 14 April 2002

Early Wills of Westchester County New York from 1664-1784
William S. Pelletreau, A.M.
Pub. 1898
Description:  A careful abstract of all wills (nearly 800) recorded in New York Surrogate’s Office and at White Plains, NY, from 1664-1784; also the Genealogy of “The Haviland” of Westchester  County and Descendants of Hon. James Graham (Watkinson and Ackerly Families
Note: A medium sized book, brown hard cover in perfect condition. 488 pages.
Part of the William Symonds Collection
Donated by William Symonds 13 May 2001

Eighteenth Century Documents of the New Partners Patent
Compiled by Clifford Buck and William McDermott
Dutchess County, New York
Pub. 1979
Description:  Minutes from town meetings, etc.  This county was originally opened for development in 1683, later the 9 Partners Patent was granted in 1697.
Note: A thick, medium sized dark blue book.  Perfect condition, 735 pages.

First Settlers of Albany County, New York
Jonathan Pearson
Pub. 1978
Description:  Contributions for the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, from 1630-1800
Note: Slim, medium blue, linen covered book.  Perfect condition.  182 pages.

First Settlers of Schenectady, New York
Jonathan Pearson
Pub. 1976
Description: Contributions and Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settles of the Patent and City of Schenectady from 1662-1800.
Note: Small Gray book, perfect condition.  324 pages.

History of Putnum County, N.Y., The
William J. Blake, Esq.
Pub. 1970

History of Rye, Chronicle of a Border Town, Westchester County, NY 1660-1870
Charles W. Baird
1974 reprint
Description:  Including Harrison and the White Plains till 1788 
Note: A thick, ‘chocolate’ brown, hard covered book, perfect condition, 570 pages.

New York Census, 1790

New York Marriages Previous to 1784
Pub. 1968

Notices of Marriages and Deaths 1778- 1824, Dutchess County, NY
Compiled by Helen Wilkinson Reyonolds
Pub. 1982

Old Gravestones of Dutchess County New York
Compiled by J. Wilson Poucher, M.D. and Helen Wilkinson Reyonds
Pub. 1924

Westchester Patriarchs
Norman Davis
Pub. 1988
Description:  A Genealogical Dictionary of Weschester County, New York, Families Prior to 1755
ISNB-I-55613-118-6
Note: Small, gray, softcover book.  Perfect condition.  325 Pages.

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Rhode Island

Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, The
John Osborne Austin
Pub. 1969
Description:  Comprising three generations of Settlers Who Came Before 1690.

Heads of Families At the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790, Rhode Island
Pub. 1966

One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families (Providence, R. I.)
John Osborne Austin
Pub. 1877

Thomas Lillibridge of Newport, R.I. And His Descendants
Joel W. Eno
Pub.  1909

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Vermont

Vermont’s First Settlers
Jay Mack Holbrook
Pub. 1976

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