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1 International Genealogical Index, International Genealogical Index.

2 Elsie Mai Parrish, Elsie Mai Parrish, Elsie Mai Parrish.

3 Ruby Louise Parrish.

4 Jimmie Leroy Vetor.

5 Billie Louise Wise Collins, Billie Louise Wise Collins.

6 Smith County, Texas Historical Society.

7 Adeline Vetor Martin, Adeline Vetor Martin.

8 St John's Catholic Church Register.

9 Smith County, Texas, Marriage Records, Smith County, Texas, Marriage Records.

10 1860 Federal Population Schedule, Texas.

11 Confederate Widow's Pension, Confederate Widow's Pension. Source Comments: See notes for number.

12 Edgefield Genealogical Society, Edgefield Genealogical Society. Source Comments: Edgefield Family Genealogy

13 Dunn Families, Descendant Chart, Eula Frances Dunn Peacock, Dunn Families, Descendant Chart.

14 Gravestone of Wife.

15 Gravestone, Gravestone.

16 Mildred Dunn Sterling, Mildred Dunn Sterling.

17 Dunn Familiy Genealogy, Mary Jane Dunn Shannon, Dunn Familiy Genealogy.

18 The Sterling Family by Lerlene Rowell Covington, The Sterling Family by Lerlene Rowell Covington.

19 Dunn Family of Texas, RootsWeb Database, Dunn Family of Texas.

20 Doreen Dullea, Doreen Dullea. Source Comments: Doreend528@aol.com

21 Texas Historical Marker 10916/1972.

22 Texas Marriages to 1850, Texas Marriages to 1850.

23 1850 Federal Population Schedule, Texas, 1850 Federal Population Schedule, Texas.

24 1860 Slave Schedule, Texas, 1860 Slave Schedule, Texas.

25 1850 Slave Schedule, Texas, 1850 Slave Schedule, Texas.

26 Gravestone of Daughter.

27 Kathryn Ann Dunn Cavitt.

28 Gravestone of Son.

29 Chase Family Bible, Carrie Asenath Stousland Chase, Chase Family Bible.

30 Town of Orrington, Maine Births and Deaths Register 1778 -1 892, (Page 472, Births and Deaths 1778 -1892 Carole A. Hardin, Town Clerk, Town of Orrington, Maine).

31 Newspaper, Newspaper.

32 Gardner Clan, The, Mary Jane Dunn Shannon, Gardner Clan, The.

33 1880 Federal Population Schedule, Texas, 1880 Federal Population Schedule, Texas.

34 1880 Federal Population Schedule, Mississippi, 1880 Federal Population Schedule, Mississippi.

35 International Genealogical Index, International Genealogical Index, (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints).

36 Pedigree Resource Files, Pedigree Resource Files, (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 50 East North Temple Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84150).

37 Ancestral File (R), The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R), (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).

38 Cuthbertson, Wise and Adjoining Families, Frank E. Wise, William Cuthbertson, Benjamin Wise and Adjoining Families.

39 Crisman Family Bible, Crisman Family Bible.

40 1900 Federal Population Schedule, Texas, 1900 Federal Population Schedule, Texas.

41 Obituary, Obituary.

42 Jack Dunn Sterling, Jack Dunn Sterling.

43 United States National Parks Service.

44 1850 Federal Population Schedule, Alabama, Reel: M432-14 Page 190A.

45 Grace Church, Grace Church.

46 FamilySearch Genealogy Service, LDS, (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 50 East North Temple Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84150).

47 1850 Federal Population Schedule, North Carolina.

48 1860 Federal Population Schedule, Louisiana, 1860 Federal Population Schedule, Louisiana.

49 1900 Federal Population Schedule, Louisiana, 1900 Federal Population Schedule, Louisiana.

50 York County Genealogical and Historical Society, The Quarterly, a publication of the York County Genealogical and Historical Society, and here is a story I ran in The Quarterly York County Genealogical and Historical Society.

51 Judge David Hall Love, Margaret Stubbs Strange, Judge David Hall Love.

52 Kelly Foster, Kelly Foster.

53 Land Grants by William Penn, (1682 LANDS Granted by PENN to Purchasers of England, Ireland, and Scotland).

54 Margaret Collins Atkins.

55 Texarkana Genealogical Society, W.J. Collins and Nanny Jane Kinney Family Bible, (Laura Collins Pierson 846 Rubis Drive Sunnyvale, California 94087).

56 Mortuary Warrant, Bowie County, Texas, Mortuary Warrant, Bowie County, Texas.

57 Kristiansand, Norway Archives, Kristiansand, Norway Archives, Kristiansand, Norway Archives, (Records are not in the State Archives in Oslo, but in the subdivision.) Questionable translation from Norwegian.

58 Spartanburg Officials, Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.

59 Stousland, Glenn.

60 Bobbie Collins Sterling, Bobbie Collins Sterling.

61 Mike Wheelock, Mike Wheelock Family Papers.

62 Handbook of Texas, Robertson's Colony in Texas, Mary Foster Hutchinson, Handbook of Texas, Robertson's Colony in Texas, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: Malcolm D. McLean, comp. and ed., Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony in Texas (19 vols., Arlington: University of Texas at Arlington Press, 1974-93). E. L. R. Wheelock Papers, 1814-1935, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin.)

63 Wheelock Genealogy, Rick Sullivan, Northborough, Massachusetts.

64 Wheelock History, Roderick B. Sullivan, Jr, ("History of Sandbach and District", Cyril Massey, Published 1982 "History of Sandbach, Holme Chaple and Goostrey", J.P. Earwaker Coat of arms from "Ralph Wheelock, Puritan", by Rev. Lewis Hicks, scanned in by Harlan Wheelock Stockman Jr., further modified by Thomas Wheelock to show the sable (black) colors of the chevron and Catharine wheels. It has been suggested that Ralph Wheelock sailed into the port of Rehoboth, Bristol, MA on the Bevis, but no confirming reference has yet been found. "Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607 - 1776", Peter Wilson Coldham "History of Medfield Massachusetts, 1650 - 1886", William S. Tilden Correspondence with Norman Michael Wheelock, descendant of Tomas Wheelock of Peru. Correspondence with Anne Wheelock Gonzales, member of the Oneida Indian tribe. Research of Thomas Wheelock, England, Jan 1999. The Abraham Wheelock who emigrated in 1673 is probably the same Abraham Wheelock of Middlesex, England, that filed a will Aug 1673, "being now outwards bound on a voyage to the seas and with all considering the dangers hazards ..." Documents are found in the Public Records Office in London stating that Abraham was the shipmaster of the Martha and the Good Hope, which would suggest that he did not emigrate to the colonies, and did not establish a line of Wheelocks in the United States. (Will: Prob 11/372, Public Records Office, London; Documents: E190/59/1 and E190/72/1, Public Records Office, London; thanks to Thomas Wheelock, London, UK, for the research on Abraham Wheelock)).

65 Handbook of Texas, Wheelock, Texas, Jerry Deal, Handbook of Texas, Wheelock, Texas, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: J. W. Baker, History of Robertson County, Texas (Franklin, Texas: Robertson County Historical Survey Committee, 1970). John Henry Brown, Indian Wars and Pioneers of Texas (Austin: Daniell, 1880; reprod., Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1978). Sue Flanagan, Sam Houston's Texas (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1964). Richard Denny Parker, Historical Recollections of Robertson County, Texas (Salado, Texas: Anson Jones, 1955).)

66 William Hutchinson, (William Hutchinson, descendant of George Ripley Wheelock, and E. L. R. Wheelock, Feb. 1999).

67 Robertson County Archives.

68 Handbook of Texas, Runaway Scrape, Carolyn Callaway Covington, RUNAWAY SCRAPE, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: Hubert Howe Bancroft, History of the North Mexican States and Texas (2 vols., San Francisco: History Company, 1886, 1889). John Henry Brown, Indian Wars and Pioneers of Texas (Austin: Daniell, 1880; reprod., Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1978). Carolyn Callaway, The Runaway Scrape: An Episode of the Texas Revolution (M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1942).) Source Comments: The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association.

69 Dunn Family History Project, Henry B. Dunn, Dunn Family History Project, (March 1996).

70 Handbook of Texas, The Texas Association, Malcolm D. McLean, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: Eugene C. Barker, The Life of Stephen F. Austin (Nashville: Cokesbury Press, 1925; rpt., Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1949; New York: AMS Press, 1970). Zachary T. Fulmore, History and Geography of Texas As Told in County Names (Austin: Steck, 1915; facsimile, 1935).)

71 Handbook of Texas, Battle of San Jacinto, L. W. Kemp, Handbook of Texas, Battle of San Jacinto, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: Stephen L. Hardin, Texian Iliad: A Military History of the Texas Revolution (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994). James W. Pohl, The Battle of San Jacinto (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1989). "Reminiscences of Mrs. Dilue Harris," Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 4, 7 (October 1900, January 1901, January 1904). Amelia W. Williams and Eugene C. Barker, eds., The Writings of Sam Houston, 1813-1863 (8 vols., Austin: University of Texas Press, 1938-43; rpt., Austin and New York: Pemberton Press, 1970).)

72 A History of Texas, Louis J. Wortham, L.L.D., A History of Texas, (Wortham-Molyneaux Company Fort Worth, Texas Volume 3).

73 Handbook of Texas, Fairfield, Texas, Helen Harrison Courtney, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: John P. Carrier, A Political History of Texas during Reconstruction, 1865-1874 (Ph.D. dissertation, Vanderbilt University, 1971). Dallas News, August 31, 1956. Evidence of Lawlessness in Limestone and Freestone Counties Which Caused the Proclamation of Martial Law (Austin: Tracy, Siemering, 1871). Fairfield Recorder, September 24, 1936, August 30, 1951. Freestone County Historical Commission, History of Freestone County, Texas (Fairfield, Texas, 1978). William C. Nunn, Texas Under the Carpetbaggers (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1962). Vertical Files, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin.)

74 Handbook of Texas, Felix Robertson, Malcolm D. McLean, Handbook of Texas, Felix Robertson, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: Eugene C. Barker, The Life of Stephen F. Austin (Nashville: Cokesbury Press, 1925; rpt., Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1949; New York: AMS Press, 1970). William Curry Harllee, Kinfolks (4 vols., New Orleans: Searcy and Pfaff, 1934-37).)

75 South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, (Vol 5, # 3 (1675-1858)).

76 1790 Federal Population Schedule, South Carolina, 1790 Federal Population Schedule, South Carolina.

77 Bethesda Circulating Library Society, Louise Pettus, Bethesda Circulating Library Society.

78 North Carolina Patent Book 2, North Carolina Patent Book 2, (File Number 280. page 53.)

79 Ed Noonan, Ed Noonan, (P.O. Box 1244 Marysville,CA 95901 (530) 742-7832).

80 Robert Wise.

81 Wise Marriages in North Carolina, Wise Marriages in North Carolina.

82 1870 Federal Population Schedule, Texas, 1870 Federal Population Schedule, Texas.

83 1840 Federal Population Schedule, Mississippi, 1840 Federal Population Schedule, Mississippi.

84 African American Ancestors of Leon, John Monroe, Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., African American Ancestors of Leon, John Monroe, (African American Ancestors of Leon, John Monroe). Source Text: "Were at one time slaves of Andrew Love. I understand the Love slaves
were Peter, Harry and Barry."

85 Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of the American Revolution, (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 59, Page 194).

86 Culture & Heritage Commission of York County, Sam Thomas, Curator of History, THE 1780 PRESBYTERIAN REBELLION AND THE BATTLE OF HUCK'S DEFEAT.

87 York County, South Carolina Wills (1770-1812), Abstracted by Paulette Haynes, York County, South Carolina Wills (1770-1812) Abstracted by Paulette Haynes, Anderson, IN, 1992, (Micro-film #C1689 & C1695).

88 Cavitt-Cavett-Cavet Genealogy, Eula Frances Dunn Peacock, Cavitt-Cavett-Cavet Genealogy.

89 Handbook of Texas, Robertson County, Texas, James L. Hailey and Christopher Long, Handbook of Texas, Robertson County, Texas, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: J. W. Baker, History of Robertson County, Texas (Franklin, Texas: Robertson County Historical Survey Committee, 1970). Ivory Freeman Carson, Early Development of Robertson County (M.A. thesis, North Texas State College, 1954). Manford E. Jones, A History of the Cotton Culture along the Middle Brazos River (M.A. thesis, University of New Mexico, 1939). Richard Denny Parker, Historical Recollections of Robertson County, Texas (Salado, Texas: Anson Jones Press, 1955). Lawrence Ward St. Clair, History of Robertson County (M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1931). John K. Strecker, Chronicles of George Barnard (Baylor University Bulletin, September 1928; rpt., Waco Heritage and History, Fall 1971).)

90 1840 Federal Population Schedule, Texas, 1840 Federal Population Schedule, Texas.

91 Texas Tax List Index, 1840-1849, Texas Tax List Index, 1840-1849.

92 1850 Federal Population Schedule, Alabama.

93 New Encyclopedia of Texas, Ellis A. Davis & Edwin Grobe, New Encyclopedia of Texas, (Texas Development Bureau Dallas, Texas).

94 1917 Houston City Directory.

95 Handbook of Texas, Florence M. Sterling, Judith N. McArthur, Handbook of Texas, Florence M. Sterling, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: Houston Post, March 24, 1940. The Suffragist, January 29, 1916. Who's Who of the Womanhood of Texas, Vol. 1 (Fort Worth: Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, 1923-24).)

96 Handbook of Texas, Ross Shaw Sterling, Handbook of Texas, Ross Shaw Sterling, (BIBLIOGRAPHY: Houston Post, March 26, 1949. Henrietta M. Larson and Kenneth Wiggins Porter, History of Humble Oil and Refining Company (New York: Harper, 1959). Ross Shaw Sterling Papers, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin. Vertical Files, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas at Austin. Who's Who in America (1934-35).)

97 Bethesda Presbyterian Church, Roy Glover, Chairman of Cemetery Committee, Cemetery Directory of Bethesda Presbyterian Church.

98 Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania In Chest er County. Source Text: Established in 1718, from Newark or Kennett. page 349 [p.349] 3. Margaret, b. in 1719, m. Alexander Love. After living some years in York County they removed to near the present town of Yorkville, South Carolina, where Alexander became a prominent citizen, serving as a member of the Provincial Congress of S. C.

99 Ancestors and Descendants of Andrew Moore, Dr John Andrew Passmore. Source Text: ALEXANDER LOVE & MARGARET (MOORE)
By Dr John Andrew Passmore
(From: ANCESTORS AND DESCENDENTS OF ANDREW MOORE-1897)

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4. Margaret MOORE, born in 1719, m.___ to Alexander
Love 4-6-1743, Margaret was disowned from membership in
the Society of Friends for outgoing in Marriage. (See
Sadsbury M.M. Records.) After marriage Alexander
settled in York Co.,Penna., where he resided for some
years. The exact time of his removal from York Co. the
author has been unable to ascertain. He was living
there in 1760. Hence he removed south between that date
and 1771, and settled on Fishing Creek about one and a
half miles from where the present town of Yorkville,SC,
is located. It was then Craven Co,NC, afterward Craven
Co,SC, then the New Acquisition, now York Co.,SC.*
Alexander became a prominent and influential citizen in
his new home. He was a member of the Provisional
Congress of SC, which met at Charleston in that State
11-5-1775. The members from the "New Acquisition" were
as follows: William Byers, James Carson, Robert McAfee,
Joseph Howe, William McCullough, Francis Adams, John
Howe, Thomas Neel, Joseph Woods, Samuel Watson, Francis
Ross, Thomas James, ALEXANDER LOVE, AND Robert Dickey,
Esquires. When the District in which he lived was laid
out he was sent as a member to the Legislature, when he
succeeded in having the new District named York, after
his old home in York County Pennsylvania.

100 South Carolina Early Census Index, South Carolina Early Census Index.

101 Wills: Abstracts and Administrations 1713-1825: Chester Co , PA, (Wills: Abstracts and Administrations 1713-1825: Chester Co, PA).

102 Early Wills of Camden District, South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Early Wills of Camden District, (South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research Volume II, Number 2, Spring, 1974).

103 Records of 1716 to 1783 for The Colony of South Carolina, Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Records of 1716 to 1783 for The Colony of South Carolina.