Pane-Joyce Sources
601. “Records of St. James’s Church, Derby, Conn.,” New Eng. Hist. Gen. Rec., (1922): 130-153.
602. Research of Peter Viles, Family group sheets of 1998
603. Vital records of Waltham, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, Boston: NEGHS, 1904,
604. Vital records of Millbury, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Worcester MA: F.P. Rice 1903,
605. Vital records of Warren [formerly Western], Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Worcester MA: F.P. Rice, 1910,
606. Barbara Fleming, “Fitch Pool,” 22 May 2014.
607. Vital records of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, Boston: NEHGS, 1917,
608. Vital records of Lynnfield, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Salem: Essex Institute, 1907,
609. De Coursey Fales, The Fales family of Bristol, Rhode Island : ancestry of Haliburton Fales of New York, Boston: T.R. Marvin & Son, 1919,
610. Vital records of Hubbardston, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Worcester, MA: F.P. Rice, 1907,
611. Compiled by Jesse D. Fry, Benj. T. Fry, Lucia Fry Nichols, and Olive Fry, Embracing a Sketch of the Fry and Pinch Families 1777 - 1938, Privately published, 1938, 2.
612. Baptism Record, Reformed Church West Copake, N.Y., 1783–1899, Arthur C.M. Kelly, 1969.
613. Baptism Record of St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Churchtown, Columbia County, NY, 1760-1899, Rhinebeck NY: Kinship, 1969, Arthur C.M. Kelly.
614. Marriage Record of Four Lutheran Congreations: Manorton, Churchtown, Germantown, & Barrytown (of Dutchess Count), Rhinebeck NY: Kinship, 1974, C.M. Kelly.
615. Vital records of Bradford, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Topsfield MA: Topsfield Historical Society, 1907,
616. Henry A. and Emma L. Sayles, 100 Cemeteries - Glocester, RI, Data as observed and compiled in 1930-1937, Manuscript.
617. William F. Whitcher, History of the town of Haverhill, New Hampshire, Concord NH: Rumford Press, 1919,
618. Records of the (Freehold) Presbyterian Church in Charlton, Saratoga County, NY, edited by Royden Woodward Vosburgh, New York City, 1921.
619. Saratoga NYGENWEB, “Town of Charlton Cemeteries,” compiled and annotated by Dave Bixby,, Jun 2005.
620. Personal visit to the Isaac Smith Cemetery, 10 July 2000.
621. Vital records of Hardwick, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, Boston, MA: Wright & Potter, 1917,
622. Baptismal Register 1756-1808 from the Old Dutch Church at Totowa NJ, William Nelson (ed.), Petterson, NJ, 1892.
623. “Foster vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, part 4, James N. Aronold, 1892.
402. “Scituate vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, part 3, James N. Arnold, 1892.
624. Vital records of Leominster, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Worcester, MA: F.P. Rice, 1911,
625. Frank Southcott, “Southcott-Yearsley 0207,”, 2007.
626. Vital Records of Lanesborough.
627. “Cemetery Burials in Yates County,”, “Yates County Office of Public History,” Frances Dumas, County Historian,, 2012.
628. Prentiss Glazier, Corn(w)ell Family: Thomas of Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island, Sarasota, Florida, 1975, typewritten, New York State Library, Albany H929.2 qC814 77-21947.
629. Vital records of Abington, Massachusetts : to the year 1850, Boston: NEGHS 1912,,
630. Vital records of Oakham, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Worcester MA: F.P. Rice, 1905,
631. “Cumberland vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, Vol. 3, part 5, James N. Arnold, 1892.
632. Hamden Vital Records.
633. Vital records of Dracut, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, Boston: NEHGS, 1907,
634. Vital records of Upton, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Worcester MA: F.P. Rice, 1903,
635. Early Massachusetts Marriages: prior to 1800. Edited by Frederic W. Bailey. Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, 1968.
636. David Dreyer, “Ship Extraction Database of the Banat,”, 2011.
637. “Harden Family,” Erwin Norton Race, Jr., Book.
638. Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh, Genealogy of the Brumbach families, F.H. Hitchcock, New York, 1913, three volumes,
639. “Ashland County Marriage Records Vol. 2, March 1850 - 1860.”
640. Mrs. Robert N. Ungerer (née Thelma Shafer), Our Illustrious Shaffer, Shafer Family, Wooster, Ohio, 1980 (typewritten).
641. Family records of Ron Strauss, Harden Family Researcher
642. “Linda Barnes, Grubaugh researcher,” 8 July 1998, Bobbi Schirado, Lansing, MI.
643. Michael Rudy, “John J. Smith,” 14 Sep 2013.
644. Michael Barron Clegg, Mahoning County Ohio Newspaper Obituary Abstracts 1843-1870, Mahoning County Genealogical Society, Vol. 3 (1983).
645. Trumball County Ohio Marriage Record Index: One Hundred Years 1800-1900, Edited by Roberts Graves Hyde, Sally Bllomfield Mazer, Barbara Houser Layfield, The Trumball County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, Howland Printing, Cortland, Ohio. 1998, Vol. 1.
646. Aldis E. Hibner, A Genealogy of the Descendants of Joseph Bartlett of Newton, Mass, Rutland, 1934.
647. Personal Visit - Nettle Valley Cemetery, Potter Township, Yates County, NY, July 11, 1997
648. “Charleton Vital Records.”
649. Louise S. Brown and Malissa R. Doolittle, The Doolittle Family in America (Part VIII), Dalas, Texas, 1967.
650. Rev. Gideon Bostwick, Records (Massachusettts 1770-1793).
651. “Cemeteries in Columbia County New York,”
652. Vital records of Northborough, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1850, Worcester, MA: F.P. Rice, 1901,
653. Vital records of Danvers, Massachusetts : to the end of the year 1849, Salem: Essex Institute, 1909, 2 volumes,,
654. “Grand Rapids City Cemeteries,”, 2011.
655. “Eaton Co Cemeteries,” March, 1996, Walton Twp, Eaton County Genealogy Society.
656. Boyd Peterson’s Genealogy File, Charlotte Public Library
657. Hans Repp, Familienbuch der Gemeinde Klek und ihrer Filiale Jankahid im Banat, 2005.
658. Marriage Records of Knox County, Ohio, Complied by Richard DeLauder, indexed by Franklin Miller, Jr., Knox County Genealogical Society, Mount Vernon, Ohio. 1995.
659. “Kent County Death Records.”
660. “Bethesda or Brimsone Chapel Cemetery,” Ashland County, Ohio.
661. Hamelink, William B., Genealogy of Jan & Wilhelmina and Cornelia Hamelink, Group S3, Published Privately, Bloominton, MN. 1998.
662. “John W. Race’s bible (Copy of original record) kept by Walter M. Race,” Lewis W. Race, 559 McGraw #204, Seatlle, WA 98109.
663. Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War 1861-1865, Brig. Gen. Geo. H. Brown, under the authority of the Senate and House of Representatives of the Michigan Legislature, Ihling Brothers and Everhard, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 1915 (Index published), One, 15.
664. Pension applications for Harvey DeBois and widow Caroline DeBois.
665. Reformed Dutch Church records of Pompton Plains, 1923, Typescript; includes Reformed Dutch Church records of Pompton Plains and Montville, New Jersey.
666. “Pilgrim Home & Graafshap Cemeteries,” City of Holland, Michigan. Parks & Cemeteries Division,
667. “Family Search,”, 2011.
668. “Stevens Cemetery, Barnet, Caledonia County, Vermont,”
669. “Seekonk vital records,” Vital Record of Rhode Island, IX.
670. Margaret Miller Simon, Canfield Township Cemetery and Death Recrods, Mahoning County, Ohio, Ohio Genealogical Society, Youngstown, Ohio, 1983.
671. Spring Grove Cemetery, Medina County, Ohio p 294.
672. Melvin “Chuck” Simons, Settling in Michigan: The Simons Family in Michigan, Privately published.
673. “Eaton County Marriages,” Current list, Charlotte, MI.
674. “Index of Passangers,” 1897 ato 1952, Baltimore, Maryland Immigration Authority, Roll #-36, Soundex: S-552 to T-242, Soundex: Schirado = S-630, Microfilm, State of Michigan Library, Lansing, MI.
675. Civil War Pension Records of Samuel H. Harden
676. Carolyn, “Coast to Coast, csiders database at rootsweb,”, Jun 2008.
677. Pat Holling. Research. See email of 22 Feb 2000 and 1 Mar 2000, also web page Ancestors of William Holling and Patricia (Bruce) Holling.
678. Chapman Brothers, Portrait and Biographical Album of Newaygo County, Michigan, Chicago, Illinois: Chapman Brothers, 1884,
679. Lewis Cass Aldrich, History of Yates County, NY, Mason & Co, Syracuse NY, 1892,
680. George Smith, History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania : from the discovery of the territory included within its limit to the present time, Philadelphia: Ashmead, 1862,
681. Spring Grove Cemetery, Medina Township, Medina County, OH p 341.
682. “Gedcom file of Karen Segovic.”
683. “The Genealogical Society of Finland, HisKi project,”
684. Peggy Zant, “Zant family (email),” 18 Jun 2001,
685. Olivet Centennial Committee, Olivet: One Hundred Years, 1844-1944, Paul H. Engle, Interested Citizens of Olivet, Michigan, 97.
686. Mildred Lignian, Floks and Oaks in Olivet, Olivet College Press, 1975.
687. Newaygo County Sexton’s Records.
688. Georgina Race, “Copy of the Front page of the “Race Family History Book”,” aug 8 2000.
689. “Grand Rapids Eagle,” 29 December 1880, Newspaper.
690. Yates County Cemeteries, Potter Cemeteries, Nettle Valley. Yates County Historical Society.
691. Roots Web, “California Birth and Death Index 1940 -1990,”, 2 June 2000.
692. Michael Stamm email of 23 November 1998
693. “Family Data from Lynette Schirado, May 1999.”
694. “File compiled by Violet Race Postal, 1999.”
695. Robert P. Swierenga, Dutch Immigrants: New York Passenger Lists, 1881-1894.
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