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If you have an original or a reprinted "Bard Book" (The Bard Family by G. O. Seilhamer), or; you know of the existence of an original or a reprint, please contact us via e-mail, (or snail mail to below address) so that we may record (or assign for reprints) the appropriate number in our registry database. Also if you come across one in a library, flea market, or book dealer, either jot down the book number and the owner's information/location, or... BUY THE BOOK! Either way let us know where it is. We believe that Sen. Thomas R. Bard numbered the original books that he sent to individuals identified as relations by G. O. Seilhamer's research, and to individuals who helped him with continued research, and various libraries. Some originals were not numbered. Reprints are somewhat different in size and facing matter, and up to this point (Jan.97) have not been numbered. We plan to assign R ( R eprint) and E ( E lectronic reprint) numbers to the reprinted books we sell through this Web site; henceforth and forthwith. If you would like a number assigned to your reprint, even if you purchased it somewhere else, please let us know.

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Curtis Bard
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127


Registry Table Key: 
The color blue in the number column of this table designates Bard Book originals .
The color red   in the number column of this table designates Bard Book reprints .
The color gold in the number column of this table designates Bard Book CD-ROMs .
NN in the number column of this table designates Bard Books that are Not Numbered.
? in the number column of this table designates BardBooks whose status are unknown .
Number Registry and Volume History Database of Original and Reprinted Bard Family Bard Books

BB#
OWNER/LOCATION HISTORY, TRADITIONS & COMMENTS


BARD BOOK HARD BOUND ORIGINALS REGISTRY

?
Richard Bard, Jr. 
richardbardjr@comcast.net
5626 N Belt St.
Spokane, WA 99205

This original Bard Book belonged to Sen. Thomas Robert Bard, and has many annotations in the margins. Sen. Bard was responsible for the commission of G. O. Seilhamer to research and compile The Bard Family volume. This original was passed down from generation to generation.
36
Duane Banner
cbanner@JS-net.com
 
Russel BANNER purchased from a museum in Chambersburg, PA in the 1980's. Passed to his oldest son Duane BANNER in 1996.


57

Mr. & Mrs. Thompson
info via:
Joellyn Means Zimmerman
Joellynmz@aol.com


Joellyn "Jody" May (Means) Zimmerman's cousin (Mary Catherine McCoy Thompson) and her husband have original Bard Book Number 57. Mr Thompson is not a Bard descendant. Mary grew up on the McDowell Farm. The McDowells are related to the Bards through Richard Bard & Catherine Poe's son Archibald. Joellyn believes another cousin, on the Bard side, also has an original Bard Book.
58
Richard Albert Bard
richbard@aol.com
12520 SW 106th St.
Miami, FL 33186

Asher Humphrey BARD bought it from a Boston bookstore in the 1950s. Passed to his son Richard Albert BARD. To be passed to his son Ryan Thomas BARD. This book is signed by Sen. Thomas Robert BARD. It has a note to a Presbyterian minister in Ireland, which reads;
Presented to Rev. W.T. Latimer
Eglish Manse 
Dungannon, Ireland

with grateful acknowledgment of his assistance in searches for information relative to the origin of Archibald Bard

by Thomas R. Bard
Hueneme, Ventura County California USA
February 11, 1909

Family tradition of presenting reprinted Bard Books along with Bard Summary updates to direct descendants. Richard is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD to Judge Archibald BARD, to Isaac BARD, to David Humphrey BARD, to Richard Albert's father, Asher Humphrey BARD.
 
74
Douglas Raymond Bard
thebards@localnet.com
204 E. Halstead Ave.
Bardstown, KY 40004

Given by Sen. Thomas Robert BARD to Thomas Henderson BARD. Passed to his son Thomas Dysart BARD. Passed to his son Douglas Raymond BARD. To be passed to his son Dean Thomas BARD. Family tradition of passing this original to the first born son, presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Douglas is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Douglas' father, Thomas Dysart BARD.

151
Library of Congress
Washington, DC

Richard Albert Bard richbard@aol.com of Miami Florida had a close encounter of the Bard kind during his recent sighting (1999) of this original Bard Book in the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.












170












Keldine Ann FitzGerald
keldine@keldine.ca
32 Elm Cres.
Stittsville, ON
Canada   K2S 1P6


Condition of this original hard bound book is good, but it needs to be re-bound. It had many pages not cut by the printer, and several notes in the margins of pages 240-249, and also some changes to the text.

Path by which we came by this book:
(a) The flyleaf has this inscription: "Presented to Elinor Stuchfield FitzGerald by her mother Agnes Carson Bard, Christmas 1908".
 
Agnes Carson Bard (page 249) died 26 Aug. 1925 in London, England.  Elinor is "Ellen Davis Stuchfield" on pg. 249. 
 
(b) Elinor Davis Stuchfield married William George FitzGerald (b. 28 Nov. 1870 in Dunmore, Scotland) on 8 Aug. 1907 in Hackensack, NJ.  She died 16 June 1970 in Sarnia, ON.
 
(b) Presented to William Maurice Bard FitzGerald (b. 6 Jul. 1908 in Kew, London, England) sometime after his father's death on 25 Aug. 1957 in Tunbridge Wells, England
 
(c) Inherited by Keldine Ann FitzGerald (b. 21 Feb. 1944 in Ealing, London, England) after her father's death on 15 Nov. 2002 in Uxbridge, ON, Canada
 
(d) Will be presented to the oldest son, William Bard FitzGerald Kroll (b. 22 Sept. 1976 in Ottawa, ON) when the time comes.



276


Ancestry.com 
Archive Collection

This original "Bard Book" was used to make a PDF eBook by Ancestry.com, and is available in their archives, and apparently was, or is, in their possession.
NN
Marilee Gatlin marileehere@yahoo.com
Petaluma, CA

Marilee is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's 3rd son Rev. David Bard... "I am the granddaughter of Catharine Poe Moore, on page 298 of "The Bard Family" book. This original book has been in my family since its publication in 1908. The book says that 300 copies were printed. This one is not numbered. I did speak to you a few years ago. I was interested in purchasing the newer book. This one is well read. My father's brother is Peter Sroufe. I am very interested in buying the new book. Please e-mail me and let me know the best way to do so.


NN
Patrick H Larkins
PHLarkins@aol.com
6142 Silverstone Dr
Troy, MI 48085-1071

A friend bought this original, unnumbered book for him at an antique book store near Los Angeles, CA. The pages were still intact, not cut, from the printer. Patrick is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through William BARD, second son of Archibald, as mentioned on page 263. William BARD's youngest son, Isaac, was born in Nelson Co, KY, Jan 13, 1797 became a Presbyterian minister in 1823 and moved to Muhlenberg Co, Ky. He married Matilda Miranda MOORE, Mar 15, 1827 and had 5 children...daughter Verona Mary BARD married Carroll LARKINS, page 270. He would like to share his LARKINS data with others. He also has data on the KINCAID family... "Mrs. BARD was a sister of Capt. Joseph KINCAID,
who was killed at the battle of Blue Lick.".. BB page 267.

NN
Koko Oswald
koko@ted.net
P.O. Box 1121
Mendocino, CA 95460
 
Passed from her mother in 1993. Inside it has a stamp from the Santa Barbara Historical Society Library "Withdrawn". Her mother probably purchased it from a book sale that she used to work for in Santa Barbara. Koko OSWALD will pass it to her oldest son Ted WILLIAMS. Koko is a Bard
of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard Bard.

NN
Koko Oswald
koko@ted.net
P.O. Box 1121
Mendocino, CA 95460
 
Passed from her mother in 1993. "R Bard" is written on the inside cover. On page 159 her mother's handwriting states that Richard BARD (of Indian fame) is her (mother's) great, great grandfather. Koko OSWALD will pass it to her youngest son Chad Poe OSWALD. Koko is a Bard of "Carroll's
Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard Bard.

 
NN
Joan Heneghan
JoanofArcLB@aol.com


Joan owns an original unnumbered Bard Book.



NN



The McDowell Family

The McDowell family, originally from the Franklin County, PA area, and connected to (married into) the early PA Bards, owns this original unnumbered Bard Book that was purchased on eBay in 2003.



??


Richard Morgan Bard, Jr.

Richard Morgan Bard, Jr., was given an original copy of the book by his father, Richard Morgan Bard, Sr.  It was in his home in Gulfport, Mississippi when Hurricane Katrina hit that area and was lost when the home was destroyed. His daughter, Diana (Bard) Lovelace states that this original Bard Book had a issue number, but that number is now forgotton & unknown.





NN
O1





Curtis Bard
cbard1@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127


Curtis owns this originally unnumbered Bard Book that he purchased on eBay in 2003. For tracking purposes, this original Bard Book acquired a newly designated ID number via this Web page in February of 2004. The "O" stands for Original.

If you would like to number your unnumbered (original or reprinted) Bard Book in a similar fashion, send e-mail to: The BookMaster.

Curtis is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers (Haplogroup R1a1):
393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12      10      12         11       29
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.





NN
O2





Curtis Bard
cbard1@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127


Curtis owns this originally unnumbered Bard Book that he purchased on eBay in 2003. This particular book is somewhat unusual in that it has unpaginated (uncut from the printer) pages. For tracking purposes, this original Bard Book acquired a newly designated ID number via this Web page in February of 2004. The "O" stands for Original.

If you would like to number your unnumbered (original or reprinted) Bard Book in a similar fashion, send e-mail to: The BookMaster.

Curtis is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers (Haplogroup R1a1):
393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12      10      12         11       29
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.

NN
O3

Sue Whitling

Original Bard Book.
?
Carnegie Tech Library
Pittsburgh, PA
This sighting of an original Bard Book was by Asher Humphrey BARD.
?
Elaine Garber
Port Hueneme Hist. Soc.
Port Hueneme, CA
This sighting was by Richard Albert BARD. Elaine Garber purchased it from a bookstore.
 
?
Rare Book Section
Wisconsin Historical Society
Library, on the U. of WI Campus, in Madison WI.

This sighting of an original Bard Book was by Thomas Price Smith. He used it at the University of Wisconsin Historical Society library in 2002 for research on his new book about his descendant Col James Smith. (Now available from this Web site for $16.95.)

 

BB#
OWNER/LOCATION
HISTORY, TRADITIONS & COMMENTS


BARD BOOK HARD BOUND REPRINTS REGISTRY

R1
Curtis Bard
cbard1@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127
 
Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" circa 1984 as a "work" copy. To be passed to his son Christopher Thomas BARD. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Curtis is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD.
Curtis is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers (Haplogroup R1a1):
393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12      10      12         11       29
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.
 
R2
Curtis Bard
cbard1@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127

Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" circa 1985. To be passed to his son Christopher Thomas BARD. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Curtis is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD.
Curtis is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers (Haplogroup R1a1):
393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12      10      12         11       29
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.

R3
Curtis Bard
cbard1@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127

Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" circa 1985. To be passed to his daughter Samantha Kristen BARD, along with a Family Genealogy Album. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Curtis is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD.
Curtis is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers (Haplogroup R1a1):
393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12      10      12         11       29
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.

R4
Curtis Bard
cbard1@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127

Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" circa 1985. To be passed to a family member. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Curtis is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD.
Curtis is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers (Haplogroup R1a1):
393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12      10      12         11       29
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.

R5
Curtis Bard
cbard1@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127

Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" circa 1985. To be passed to a family member. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Curtis is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD.
Curtis is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers (Haplogroup R1a1):
393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12      10      12         11       29
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.

R6
Andre Bard
c/o: thebards@localnet.com

Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" and presented to Andre BARD circa 1986. To be passed to a family member. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates and vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Andre is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD, to Douglas Raymond BARD.
R7
Peter L. Sroufe
12542 Paramount Blvd. #106 
Downey, CA 90242-3762

Purchased by Peter L. SROUFE from this Web site Jul. 1996. To be presented to his cousin Jane who lives in Fresno, CA.To be passed to a family member. Peter is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's second son William Bard.
R8
Peter L. Sroufe
12542 Paramount Blvd. #106 
Downey, CA 90242-3762

Purchased by Peter L. SROUFE from this Web site Jul. 1996. To be presented to his cousin Betty who lives in Bakersfield, CA.To be passed to a family member. Peter is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's second son William Bard.
R9
Kathy Garrison &
Richard Allen
rich.allen@dyo.mts.dec.com
11018 Bay Run Rd.
Louisville, KY 40245

Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" and donated to Kathy GARRISON Feb. 1996, to aid in her research of the genealogy of the slaves of the early Bards.
R10
Lacey Anne Bard

Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" and Douglas Raymond BARD from this Web site and presented to Lacey Anne BARD Jul. 1996. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Lacey is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD, to Douglas Raymond BARD.
R11
Bardstown Reunion
(Donation)
 
Purchased by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" and presented by Douglas Raymond BARD to Kathy GARRISON, her brother Rich ALLEN and the Bard reunion of the slaves of the early Bards at Bardstown, KY; Jul. 1996.
R12
Meddy Mills
meddym@atl.mindspring.com
408 Squire Drive
Ellenwood, GA 30049

Purchased by Meddy MILLS from this Web site Jul. 1996. She viewed the donated Bard Book at the Bardstown reunion mentioned above.
R14
Joseph Frederick Odgers
jfodgers@cox.net
http://jfodgers.com
1316 Dover Hill Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Purchased from this Web site Nov. 1996. Joseph is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's third son Rev. David Bard.
R15
Richard Albert Bard
richbard@aol.com
12520 SW 106th St.
Miami, FL 33186

Purchased from this Web site Nov. 1996. He will pass this book to his daughter Marsha Rochelle BARD. Family tradition of presenting reprinted Bard Books along with Bard Summary updates to direct descendants. Richard is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard Bard.
R16
Richard Albert Bard
richbard@aol.com
12520 SW 106th St.
Miami, FL 33186
 
Purchased from this Web site Nov. 1996. He will pass this book to a family member. Family tradition of presenting reprinted Bard Books along with Bard Summary updates to direct descendants. Richard is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard Bard.
R17
Sarah Marie Bard

Purchased by Douglas Raymond BARD and Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight", from this Web site and presented to Sarah Marie BARD, Dec. 1996. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates and vertical descendant charts, to direct descendants. Sarah is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD, to Douglas Raymond BARD, to Dean Thomas BARD.
R18
Joan Lanphear
Jflanphear@aol.com
Burlington Co. Hist. Soc.
(Re: Bard-How House) 
Purchased from this Web site Jan. 1997. Will be used in research concerning the Bard-How House.
R19
Melinda Jaggers
mej@nash.mindspring.com
1377 Columbia Ave.
Franklin, TN 37064
 
Purchased from this Web site in April 1997. To be used in researching her mother's genealogy, in an attempt to find a Bards of "Carroll's Delight" connection. Her family's oral tradition describes her grandmother as being related to the Bards who were involved in the early history of Bardstown, KY.
 
R20
John Newland
jnewland@ozemail.com.au
54 DeHavilland Drive
Alice Springs 0870
Northern Territory, Australia

Purchased from this Web site May 1997. Will be used in research concerning the John BARD - Capt. Benjamin BARD - Charles BARD (b. Circa 1800) - John BARD (b.19Nov1845) - Ida Frances BARD (b. 9Oct1887) (Mother of John NEWLAND) - PA / Australia - BARD / NEWLAND genealogy.
R21
Peter L. Sroufe
12542 Paramount Blvd. #106 
Downey, CA 90242-3762

Purchased by Peter L. SROUFE from this Web site June, 1997. To be presented to his nephew. Peter is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's second son William Bard.

R22
Peter L. Sroufe
12542 Paramount Blvd. #106 
Downey, CA 90242-3762

Purchased by Peter L. SROUFE from this Web site June, 1997. To be presented to his niece; Mrs. Michelle WEISMAN, 212 South Whittier Drive, Deming, New Mexico 88030. Peter is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's second son William Bard.

R23
Dave Wilson 
davwil@cyberhighway.net
3955 Sunset Hills Drive
Turner, OR 97392

Purchased from this Web site in June 1997. To be used for research into the BARD and WILSON families.
R24
David H. Ryall
davidryall@classicfm.net
Colleytown Cottage 
Chittlehampton, Umberleigh
N. Devon, EX37 9QT
England

Purchased from this Web site in August of 1997. David RYALL is a "Bard of Carroll's Delight" relation and descendant of Richard BARD+Catharine POE via Elizabeth BARD+James McKINNEY and Katherine McKINNEY+Alex McMULLEN and James McMULLEN +Ann ROBERTS and John Franklin HOVIS+Ann Roberts McMULLEN and Marion Boyd HOVIS+John Herbert RYALL.
R25
G. J. "John" Bradish III
jbradish@princeton.edu
120 Post Road
Bernardsville, NJ 07924

or:
C131 E. Quad
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544


Purchased from this Web site by John BRADISH for research into his family, which includes Dr. Samuel BARD of Hyde Park, NY (BB Pg. 96).: "We know that we are descended from Peter and Dinah (MARMION) BARD, and I think that a VALLEAU connection may be there too, so I expect we are, in truth, all related. I am descended from Dr. Samuel BARD of Hyde Park, and would like a little more info than Brett Langstaff offered on his descendants and antecedents. What is the scope of the Bard Book? Does it mention King John?" (Yes!: BB Pg. 12. And also many other famous personalities and interesting places, such as Sir William Wallace [Braveheart]: BB Pg. 15; Fort Bard, Castle Bard [Rock Bard]: BB Pg. 5-10; King William The Lion: BB Pg. 15; Gen. George Washington: BB Pg. 98-99; Buffalo Bill Cody: BB Pg. 292; Edgar Allan Poe: BB Pg. 360-364, and others, too numerous to mention.
R26
Sylvia McAllister
smcallis@mindspring.com
1651 Barn Swallow Pl.
Marietta, GA 30062

Donated by this Web site to Sylvia McALLISTER for her work with our GEDCOM file and for research into her family genealogy, which includes William Evans BARD (b.13AUG1840) of Hyde Park, NY + Sarah Elizabeth TALBOT (d.8AUG1881)(W.E. BARD Drug Co., etc. BB Pg. 259-260), and back to Archibald BEARD (BARD) via John BARD + Mary Poe EVANS, Capt. Thomas BARD + Jane C. McFARLAND to Richard BARD + Catharine POE. Sylvia is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard Bard.
R27
James Y. Blanchard
mjblanc@erols.com
10121 Century Drive
Ellicott City, MD 21042

Purchased by Jim BLANCHARD from this Web site as a gift for his mother (Margaret Wright BARD, b 1904) and for research into her Bard family genealogy.: "We've only been able to go back three generations until we hit a dead end. We don't appear to descend from Archibald BEARD (BARD) & Co., but I'll give you a few names and dates, and hopefully somebody will recognize something. My mother's father was Junius Theodore Stagg BARD, b 12 Jan 1853 in New York, NY, d 14 Oct 1930 in Millerton, NY. He had seven children. His father was James Mackie BARD, b 01 Aug 1813 in either Philadelphia, PA or New York, NY, d 06 Oct 1874 in Pleasantville, NY. He had eight children. And his father, who also had eight children, was James BARD, b 1778 in Belmont, Ireland, and d 1827? in either Philadelphia or New York. We don't know anything about his father or any of his other ancestors or siblings other than somebody's note that his ancestors were supposed to have been French Huguenots who went to Ireland at the time of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes (1685). James came to America and worked as a shoemaker. He married Isabella McNICHOL on 09 Mar 1808 in New York, NY. The names of their children were Maria (b 1809), Ann Eliza (b 1811, died in childhood), James Mackie (b 1813), John (b 1815), William Henry Heborn (b 1818), Mary Romeyn (b 1820), Samuel (b 1823), and a second Ann Eliza (b 1825). This information comes from compilations by various descendants, and I'm not sure of the validity of any of it. Can anybody help me go back further?"
R28
Timothy A. Poe
poet@germany-c.it.earthlink.net
P.O. Box 12512 
Austin, TX 78711-2512

This reprint was purchased from this Bard family Web site February, 1998. It will be used to research the BARD and POE family genealogies. Mr. Poe is interested in contacting anyone with information about the various POE families., and specifically about his line which includes his great-grandfather Allen POE, Allen POE's father James Alexander POE (b. abt. Sep 3, 1923 in Indiana), and Jame's father Alexander POE (m. Frances HALLIDAY), and Alexander's father John POE.
R29
Hugh Hamilton
HamiltonHL@aol.com
409 Merion Place 
Merion Station, PA 19066

This reprint was purchased from this Bard family Web site for research into the HAMILTON, POTTER, and BEARD (BARD) families. These two families apparently had close affiliations (if not kinship) in the old days: "My 6th great-grandfather, John HAMILTON, b. 1704 who m(1) Isabella POTTER is believed to be descended from the original John "of Hamilton's Bawn" (see pp. 299-311, but especially 311), as may have been Capt. Hance HAMILTON, who is described on p. 154 as "Nearly allied with the Hamilton's of the Bawn". Isabella P. HAMILTON died shipboard upon arriving in Delaware Bay. When John & Isabella P. HAMILTON's son died, he was buried at Archibald BEARD's in Miln Creek Hundred (p. 302), so there apparently was also a close BEARD/HAMILTON connection in this regard. This same John HAMILTON, b. 1704, m(2) Jane ALLEN and their only child, my 5th grt-grandfather, was "Capt. John HAMILTON of Fermanagh". He settled first in the Juniata region then relocated to Harrisburg, purchasing land from John Harris and erecting the first brick house there. Hamilton Street in Harrisburg is named after his family. I am a 3rd great-grandson of Adam Boyd HAMILTON (a grandson of Capt. John HAMILTON of Fermanagh), who published the "Hamilton Family Record" in Harrisburg in 1874." Other relevant pages in the Bard Book are; p. 146, 153, 154.
R30
Dianna Bard McMullen Graves bakaa@erols.com
4005 Ringwood Rd. 
Nokesville, VA 20181-3541

Purchased from this Bard family Web site June, 1998. It will be used to research the BARD and MCMULLEN family genealogies. Dianna is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard Bard, (who is believed to be her GGGG grandfather).
R31
Bud Pittman
pittman@intermediatn.net
512 - E Fleetwood Ct.
Kingsport, TN 37660

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in November of 1998. It will be used to research the BARD and PITTMAN family genealogies. Bud PITTMAN is descended from the Bards of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald BEARD (BARD)'s 2nd son William BARD & Mary KINCAID; to David BARD & Elizabeth WATERS; to William Waters BARD & his second wife Mattie Davis JONES; to William Samuel BARD & Adguiller T. STOKES to Callie BARD & John E. PITTMAN. (see BB pg 263-271). Bud is a relative newcomer to genealogy, and is looking for any additional info about this line or associated surnames.
R32
Margaret Adams 
Kausasdugout@yahoo.com
1130 Estates Drive
Napa, CA 94558-5207

This Bard Book reprint was purchased by Margaret in March of 1998, to do research into the connection between the ADAMS family and the BARD family. She would appreciate any info available concerning this branch of the family. She is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight," through first son Richard BARD, via his daughter Elizabeth Bard MCKINNIE. She has been to the Bard Mill (Virginia Mill) area, and relates that there is little left of the mill after the passage of over 240 years.
R33
Jan (Biard) Thomas
jethomas@texoma.net
9918 Twin Creek Circle 
Anna, TX 75409

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in November of 1998. It will be used to research the BARD, BEARD and THOMAS family genealogies. Jan (BIARD) THOMAS is doing research on one of her earliest ancestors, believed to be a John BARD from Scotland (circa 1600's/1700's). Several of John BARD's lineages spelled their name BEARD. Jan is looking for any additional info about this line or associated surnames.
R34
Barbara M. Rosnagle
brosnagl@swep.com
159 White Tail Dr., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87122

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in January of 1999. It will be used to research family genealogies. Barbara is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight," through first son Richard BARD.
R35
Douglas James Heagen
heagen@aol.com
5609 Oakmont Ave.
Bethesda, MD 20817

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in March of 1999. It will be used to research HEAGEN / BARD family genealogies.
 
R36  Kristen Jean (BARD)

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in 1999. It will be used to research BARD family genealogies.
R37  Bobbie Jean (BARD) Nordeen
melmark@inreach.com
11053 Stout Lane
Coulterville, CA 95311

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in December 1999. It will be used to research BARD family genealogies. This Web site accepted a generous donation from Bobbie Jean. She was able to find information and connections concerning her grandfather, Hiram James BARD of PA, son of Samuel H. BARD + May Ellen UTTLEY. Bobbie Jean is an information provider; contributing her basic genealogy.
R38   Bobbie Jean (BARD) Nordeen
melmark@inreach.com
11053 Stout Lane
Coulterville, CA 95311

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in December 1999. It will be used to research BARD family genealogies. This Web site accepted a generous donation from Bobbie Jean. She was able to find information and connections concerning her grandfather, Hiram James BARD of PA, son of Samuel H. BARD + May Ellen UTTLEY. Bobbie Jean is an information provider; contributing her basic genealogy.
R39  Charles L. Hovis, Jr.
chovis526@aol.com
1317 Roaring Springs Road
Fort Worth, TX 76114
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in 1999. It will be used to research BARD family genealogies. Mr. HOVIS is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight," through Archibald BEARD (BARD)'s first son Richard BARD, and has contributed an August1938 letter to his aunt, Elizabeth HOVIS from Arthur W. Gillan, secretary of the Kittochtinny Historical Society, where-in is addressed her search for an original edition of The Bard Family book. He (Mr. HOVIS) also relates that cousin David H. RYALL's twin brother was named Richard Bard HOVIS, in commemoration of the original Richard BARD, and that the tale of Richard BARD's capture was a favorite family story. He also describes a book by Jim Wilson entitled; The Sons of Bardstown, which relates a brief history of Bardstown, Kentucky, and mentions William BARD and David BARD in the book's introduction.
 
R40 Mrs. Robert H. Gascoine
11437 Azalea Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in late 1999 by the above Charles Hovis for Mrs. Gascoine. It will be used to research BARD family genealogies.
 
R41  David H. Ryall
davidryall@classicfm.net
Colleytown Cottage 
Chittlehampton, Umberleigh
N. Devon, EX37 9QT
England
Purchased from this Bard family Web site January 14, 2000 by the above Charles Hovis for Mr. Ryall. It will be used to research BARD family genealogies.
R42  Dr. William L. Ramseur, Jr.
cramseur@emeraldis.com
123 Countryside Drive
Greenwood, SC 29646
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site January, 2000 for research into Capt. Adam BAIRD (1745-1811) m. Mary Martin ADAMS and other BAIRD family genealogies.
 
R43 Joan Miller
joanjmm@aol.com
975 Honeysuckle Drive
San Marcos, CA 92078
  Purchased from this Bard family Web site February, 2000. It will be used to research various BARD kinship family genealogies.
R44 Margaret Adams
kansasdugout@yahoo.com
1130 Estates Drive
Napa, CA 94558
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site September, 2000 for Lois Hamilton, 736 Brown Thrush, Wichita, KS 67212. Margaret is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight," through Archibald BEARD (BARD)'s first son Richard & wife Catharine Poe BARD's daughter Elizabeth Bard McKinnie. It will be used to research various BARD family and related family genealogies.
 
R45
Lida Bard George
mom102948@aol.com
4955 Essex Drive
Palmdale, CA 93552
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site September, 2000.
 
R46 Joan Bard Robinson
nannyj3566@aol.com
395 West King Tut Rd.
Bellingham, WA 98226-9652

Purchased from this Bard family Web site February, 2001. Her father Joseph Richard BARD (28SEP1900 -1962) is listed in the Bard Book at age 8, as is Joseph's brother at age 10. Joseph's father was John Livingston BARD who was the son of Richard BARD. They first experienced the Bard Book in a Los Angeles library. Joan is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight," through Archibald BEARD (BARD)'s third son (Rev.) David BARD. Even though there were no male heirs to the Bard name in this line, she would like to continue to have the Bard history available to her children.
 
R47 Mrs. Martha Meyer
1515 S. Kipling Ct.
Lakewood, CO 80232
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site.
 
R48 David Bard
5289 Beverly Dr.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site.
 
R49 (Camilla) Ruth Bard Jacobsen 
ruth000834@juno.com
834 Turnbull Ave.
Alamonte Springs, FL 32701
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in May, of 2002.
I am Camilla Ruth Bard Jacobsen and have been documenting my Bard Line. The Bard Family Book leaves off in 1908 with John and Mary Poe Evans Bard, Sedalia MO. Their first child Richard Alexander Bard is my g-grandfather. He settled in Checotah IT (OK) and married the Indian girl - Lucia McIntosh. Her father was Daniel Newnan McIntosh. (Big political influence in the Territory. His father was Chief William McIntosh, Creek Indian from Alabama. I have the book detailing his family. Both before and after. Interesting!!! Richard and Lucia's son and only child, Daniel (just a short sentence in the Family book), was my grandfather. Daniel married Emma and lived in Checotah. Their 3 children - William Jennings Bryan Bard, my father (born 1898), Daniel Lee Bard and Oda Mae Bard. All registered with the Dawes Commission as Creek Indian. William JB Bard had 1 son William Lee Bard and 2 daughters. The last surviving Bards from John/Richard/Daniel/William JB and William Lee are! my brother's 2 sons, William and Robert and Robert's son Kevin. Kevin Bard is the last of John and Mary Poe Evans' line. Contact me If anyone wishes to share data. (ruth000834@juno.com) The LDS Library has a copy of the Bard Book on microfilm. I viewed it and now appreciate all the work you guys did to transfer the info to RootsWeb and CD-ROM. I found a copy of the original Bard Family Book in the hands of a cousin I located in Sedalia MO, last June. I can't tell you who has it, without her permission. It was given to her by a family member. She has given it to her son, but is going to have a photographer make a negative of the photo of John Bard on page 159 (I think), so I can make some copies for the family. I am going to look up the info. to order a copy of the Bard Book, if it is still available from you. Several other family members will be ordering them also. - Thanks!
 
R50 Joan P. Bard Heneghan 
2 Lasenda Place 
Laguna, CA 92651
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in June of 2002 for research into family connections.
 
 R51
Margaret K. Bard
(Alfred S. Bard)
4146 Willowbrook Dr.
Liverpool, NY  13090
(315) 652-3659
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in October of 2002 for research into Bard family connections. Margaret is trying to establish a definite link to her branch of German Bards from Zacharias BARD and Johann Philip BARD (b. 27MAR1737). She has connections to Philip BARD (1783-1838) m. (1806) Anne WELLER (1789-1860) buried in Lancaster County PA,  who had children: 1. Polly BARD m. Sam WAKEFIELD 2. Henry BARD m. Elizabeth LOCHARD *3. Jacob W. BARD 4. John BARD 5. Frederich BARD. *Jacob W. BARD (1817-1899) m. Barbara HOGENDOBLER (1817-1893) who had children: 1. Barbara BARD m. LUTZ 2. Harriet BARD m. FROLICH *3. Henry H. BARD 4. Anna BARD 5. John BARD 6. Jacob BARD 7. Marian BARD 8. ALlice BARD 9. Ambrose BARD. * Henry Hogendobler BARD (1842-1930) m. (1865) Fanny SUMPMAN (1844-1915) who had children: * 1. Andrew BARD 2. Amanda BARD. * Andrew BARD (1866-1944) m. (1895) Mary N. KRAYBILL (b.1869) who had children: * 1. J. Kraybill BARD 2. Miriam BARD 3. Russel K. BARD. *J. Kraybill BARD (1896-1962) m. (1923) Bernice WITMER (1897-1976) who had children: 1. James BARD 2. Audrey BARD *3. Alfred S. BARD. *Alfred Scott BARD (b.1934) m. (1955) Margaret K. (b.1934) who had children: 1. John BARD 2. Scott BARD 3. Susan BARD 4. Marianne BARD.
Please make contact if you wish to share information concerning this line.

R52 
Diana (Bard) Lovelace
dllovelace@sbcglobal.net
7715 Portal Drive
Houston, TX 77071
(713) 202-6553
(713) 774-3575

Purchased from this Bard family Web site in August of 2006 for research into Bard family connections concerning Richard Morgan Bard, Sr and Richard Morgan Bard, Jr.

I would be interested in purchasing a reprint of the Bard Book.  My father, Richard Morgan Bard, Jr., was given an original copy of the book by his father, Richard Morgan Bard, Sr.  It was in my father and mother’s home in Gulfport, Mississippi when Hurricane Katrina hit that area and was lost when the home was destroyed.  Anyone with any information of interest can contact me at my work email dlovelace@yaffedeutser.com or at my home email address: dllovelace@sbcglobal.net.  Thank you!
 








R53








Mark Bard
mbard@Joplin.com
6007 Old Hwy 71
Joplin, Missouri 64804
(417) 623-4167

Purchased from a direct mail promotion about 20 years ago, and received an assigned reprint number through this Web site.

I have always been interested in our Bard family history and genealogy. My grandmother, and as far as that goes my father, never talked much about past family history. One day about 20 years ago I became aware of the existence of the Bard Family Genealogy Book by G.O. Seilhamer.  I answered a book promotion that I received in the mail. I inquired about the book but really did not order the book. One day the book appeared in my mailbox. I was somewhat disappointed to find that my gr. gr. grandfather's family could not be found or tied to any family of Bards in the Bard Book. This book will stay in my family and be handed down to my children and grandchildren.

I am desperate for any information that might lead to finding Fleming Bard's parents and/or siblings. Fleming Bard was born 1820 in Pennsylvania. He came to Polk County, Missouri and married Anna Coffman on February 24, 1842.  It is told that Fleming owned and operated a small mercantile business in Aldrich, Missouri.  Anna Coffman was born in 1820 in Tennessee.

Fleming and Anna moved to Racine, Newton County, Missouri about 1851-52. Their farm was west of Racine between Racine and Seneca, MO. Fleming was killed at Racine, MO by a band of bushwhackers about 1862-63 most likely October 1863. Issues of Fleming and Anna were, Louisa Bard Virgin, John Bard, Elizabeth Bard, James Madison Bard, Fanny Bard, Margret J. Bard Owens, and Samuel Clay Bard.

Mark is doing research on his family line and is very interested in making contact with others who share any of the names listed above. Mark is also interested in Genetic Genealogy and has the following DNA 12 markers via his uncle James F. Bard (Haplogroup R1a):

393    390    394    391    385a    385b    426    388    439    389-1    392    389-2
 13      25      15      11       11        14       12      12       10      13        11       30
If you show a match or a near match, please contact him via email. You can join the Bard Surname FamilyTreeDNA "Y" (male) study here: BARD DNA Y STUDY.









R54









Joellyn May (Means) Zimmerman
Joellynmz@aol.com

This reprint was purchased from a reprint service and received an assigned reprint number through this Web site on July 4th, 2008. Joellyn intends to pass her Bard Book reprints to her two children. Joellyn's cousin's (Mary Catherine McCoy Thompson) husband has original Bard Book Number 57, but he is not a Bard descendant. Mary grew up on the McDowell Farm. The McDowells are related to the Bards through Richard Bard & Catherine Poe's son Archibald. Joellyn believes another cousin, on the Bard side, also has an original Bard Book. She would like to communicate with anyone showing these surnames.

Joellyn ("Jody") is a descendant of the "Bard's of Carroll's Delight" via Arichibald Beard's first son Richard Bard.:

Richard Bard & Catherine Poe -->
  Olivia Bard & James Erwin -->
    James Bard Erwin & Isabel McKee McElwaine -->
      Robert McElwaine Erwin & Ann Ecca Tracy-->
       Annie May Erwin & Samuel Robert Cunningham-->
         Sarah Lawson Cunningham & Lawrence McClintock Means-->
           Lawrence McClintock Means & Virginia May Moore-->
              We are their children.:
1) Lawrence McClintock Means III  married Annette Marie Cassel-->
    Thomas Earl Means      and   David Cassel Means
     Divorced and married Mitzi Peterson
2) Joellyn May Means  married Kevin Glen Zimmerman
     Matthew Thurston Zimmerman    and  Alison Virginia Zimmerman
3)  Thomas Allen Means  married  Heidi Michelle Uterhardt
     Divorced

"We are descendants of Olivia, daughter of Richard Bard and Catherine Poe Bard.  In the early 1960s, our grandmother (Sarah Lawson Cunningham mentioned on page 245 of A Chronicle of the Bards) took us to the Church Hill Cemetery between Lemaster and Upton, PA.  I have a photo of my older brother and I at the head of the tombstone of Thomas and Jane Bard.  At that  time you could read the words on the stone easily. My daughter and I visited the site last week and could barely make out a few words on the flat stones."


R55









Joellyn May (Means) Zimmerman
Joellynmz@aol.com


This reprint was purchased from a reprint service and received an assigned reprint number through this Web site on July 4th, 2008. Joellyn intends to pass her Bard Book reprints to her two children. Joellyn's cousin's (Mary Catherine McCoy Thompson) husband has original Bard Book Number 57, but he is not a Bard descendant. Mary grew up on the McDowell Farm. The McDowells are related to the Bards through Richard Bard & Catherine Poe's son Archibald. Joellyn believes another cousin, on the Bard side, also has an original Bard Book. She would like to communicate with anyone showing these surnames.

Joellyn ("Jody") is a descendant of the "Bard's of Carroll's Delight" via Arichibald Beard's first son Richard Bard.:

Richard Bard & Catherine Poe -->
  Olivia Bard & James Erwin -->
    James Bard Erwin & Isabel McKee McElwaine -->
      Robert McElwaine Erwin & Ann Ecca Tracy-->
       Annie May Erwin & Samuel Robert Cunningham-->
         Sarah Lawson Cunningham & Lawrence McClintock Means-->
           Lawrence McClintock Means & Virginia May Moore-->
              We are their children.:
1) Lawrence McClintock Means III  married Annette Marie Cassel-->
    Thomas Earl Means      and   David Cassel Means
     Divorced and married Mitzi Peterson
2) Joellyn May Means  married Kevin Glen Zimmerman
     Matthew Thurston Zimmerman    and  Alison Virginia Zimmerman
3)  Thomas Allen Means  married  Heidi Michelle Uterhardt
     Divorced

"We are descendants of Olivia, daughter of Richard Bard and Catherine Poe Bard.  In the early 1960s, our grandmother (Sarah Lawson Cunningham mentioned on page 245 of A Chronicle of the Bards) took us to the Church Hill Cemetery between Lemaster and Upton, PA.  I have a photo of my older brother and I at the head of the tombstone of Thomas and Jane Bard.  At that  time you could read the words on the stone easily. My daughter and I visited the site last week and could barely make out a few words on the flat stones."




This reprint was purchased from a reprint service.



This reprint was purchased from a reprint service.



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Patrick H Larkins
PHLarkins@aol.com
6142 Silverstone Dr
Troy, MI 48085-1071
 
This reprint has a brown cover, is about 2/3 the size of an original, and was purchased through a historical society in PA about 1984. Patrick is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through William BARD, second son of Archibald, as mentioned on page 263. William BARD's youngest son, Isaac, was born in Nelson Co, KY, Jan 13, 1797 became a Presbyterian minister in 1823 and moved to Muhlenberg Co, Ky. He married Matilda Miranda MOORE, Mar 15, 1827 and had 5 children. Daughter Verona Mary BARD married Carroll LARKINS, page 270. He would like to share his LARKINS data with others. He also has data on the KINCAID family... "Mrs. BARD was a sister of Capt. Joseph KINCAID, who was killed at the battle of Blue Lick.".. BB page 267.
NN
Koko Oswald
koko@ted.net
P.O. Box 1121
Mendocino, CA 95460
Passed from her mother in 1993. Will probably save it for one of her nieces. Koko is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard Bard.
  NN
Robert M. Bard
robertmbard@juno.com
 
Robert M. BARD found this reprint while browsing in an antique mall near Gettysburg, PA while on vacation- He has information on the SWOPE family if anyone is seeking it.

 
 
 
Number Registry and Volume History Database of the Electronic CD-ROM Edition of the Bard Family Bard Book

OWNER/LOCATION HISTORY, TRADITIONS & COMMENTS


CD-ROM BARD E-BOOK REGISTRY
(The Bard Family on CD-ROM by G. O. Seilhamer)

E001
Christopher Thomas Bard
ctbard@verizon.net
5876 Woodlee Court
Orchard Park, NY 14127
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v.1.0 was purchased from this Web site by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" in December of 1999. To be passed to his son Christopher Thomas BARD. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Christopher is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD, to Christopher's father, Curtis BARD.
E002
Samantha Kristen Bard
skb11222@hotmail.com
60 Berry St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in by Curtis BARD of "Bard's Delight" in December of 1999. To be passed to his daughter Samantha Kristen BARD. Family tradition of presenting signed reprinted Bard Books with back page updates, along with a Family Genealogy Album, vertical descendant charts, and CD-ROM Electronic E-ditions to direct descendants. Samantha is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Richard BARD, to Richard BARD, to Thomas Henderson BARD, to Thomas Dysart BARD, to Samantha's father, Curtis BARD.
E003
Richard Bard, Jr. 
richardbardjr@comcast.net
5626 N Belt St.
Spokane, WA 99205
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. Richard ("Dick") is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Robert McFarland BARD, to Thomas Robert BARD, to Dick's father, Richard BARD.
 

 E004
Richard Bard, Jr. 
richardbardjr@comcast.net
5626 N Belt St.
Spokane, WA 99205
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. Richard ("Dick") is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Robert McFarland BARD, to Thomas Robert BARD, to Dick's father, Richard BARD. This CD-ROM will be presented to a family member.
 
E005
Richard Bard, Jr. 
richardbardjr@comcast.net
5626 N Belt St.
Spokane, WA 99205
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. Richard ("Dick") is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Robert McFarland BARD, to Thomas Robert BARD, to Dick's father, Richard BARD. This CD-ROM will be presented to a family member.
 
E006
Richard Bard, Jr. 
richardbardjr@comcast.net
5626 N Belt St.
Spokane, WA 99205
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. Richard ("Dick") is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Robert McFarland BARD, to Thomas Robert BARD, to Dick's father, Richard BARD. This CD-ROM will be presented to a family member.
 
E007
Richard Bard, Jr. 
richardbardjr@comcast.net
5626 N Belt St.
Spokane, WA 99205
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. Richard ("Dick") is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Robert McFarland BARD, to Thomas Robert BARD, to Dick's father, Richard BARD. This CD-ROM will be presented to a family member.
 
E008
Richard Bard, Jr. 
richardbardjr@comcast.net
5626 N Belt St.
Spokane, WA 99205
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. Richard ("Dick") is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's first son Richard BARD, to Capt. Thomas BARD, to Robert McFarland BARD, to Thomas Robert BARD, to Dick's father, Richard BARD. This CD-ROM will be presented to a family member.
 
E009
Phil Neal
rpneal44@ix.netcom
295 Winding Way
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. It will be presented as a gift to a family member for research into the BARD, BEARD lines.
E010
James D. Beard
jim@blackhrse.clark.net
3816 Oliver Ave.
Annandale, VA 22003-1719
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to be used for BARD, BEARD research.
E011
Jerry R. McGee
jrmmcgee@aol.com
1331 Venice Street
Longmont, CO 80501-2519
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999.
E012
David H. Ryall
davidryall@classicfm.net
Colleytown Cottage 
Chittlehampton, Umberleigh
N. Devon, EX37 9QT
England
 
Purchased from this Web site in December of 1999. David RYALL is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" relation and descendant of Richard BARD+Catharine POE via Elizabeth BARD+James McKINNEY and Katherine McKINNEY+Alex McMULLEN and James McMULLEN +Ann ROBERTS and John Franklin HOVIS+Ann Roberts McMULLEN and Marion Boyd HOVIS+John Herbert RYALL. I read Thomas Smith's posting and identified with it. The Isaac BARD mentioned is the first surviving son after his mother, Catherine (Poe) was released from captivity. I am descended from child number 8, Elizabeth who married James McKinnie. According to Mr. Seilhamer's book (which took my family 50 years to find a copy, and that was a reprint) James' sister Mary was married to John McCullough, who was captured by Indians in 1756. Can anyone suggest how I can view a copy of 'Border Life' in which his 'narrative' is reported? Bear in mind that I am in England. I look forward to learning more about the BARD family and their kin from this list. 

    David Hovis Ryall, Chittlehampton, Devon, England

E013
Charles L. Hovis, Jr.
chovis526@aol.com
1317 Roaring Springs Road
Fort Worth, TX 76114
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies.
E014
Deborah Gould
debbie@earthlink.net
665 Del Parque, #F
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies. I am researching Louisa Bard, daughter of Robert McFarland BARD and Mary Smith LITTLE. I have documents that lead me to believe Louisa married George W Warner and in 1881 had a daughter Lusetta (Lucy) BARD WARNER. In 1880, Louisa and George were residing at Inglenook, Dauphin CO, PA. Lucy BARD WARNER is my Gr-Grandmother. Best Regards, Debbi Gould, Now living in Santa Barbara, CA.
 
E015
Roger D. Beard
rdbeard@primary.net
101 Westmorland
Collinsville, IL 62234

This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD & BEARD family genealogies.
E016
Thomas P. Smith
smithy@grics.net
2104 Grand Detour Rd.
Dixon, IL 61021-8233
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research BARD / SMITH / MACDONALD family genealogy. I'm a descendant of Robert and Jean Smith who emigrated to Chester Co. Pa. in 1720, bought a farm and started their family of seven children. Their daughter Jean/Jane married James McDowell. Their daughter, Jane, married Isaac Bard who became a Presbyterian Minister and was born in Bardstown, Ky. if my facts are correct. (I was born in Louisville incidentally). That is my connection to the Bards. In tracing our common ancestry I came across your history of "The Bard Family" by G. O. Seilhamer which has a Smith family section and leading off its pages is the legend about the father of our ancestor Robert Smith, the immigrant, who came from Ireland with his brother James, and others. It reads as follows: "The Smiths were of Scotch origin, but settled in Ireland at the Plantation of Ulster. It is said that the family name was McDonald. The ancestor of the Smith family of Chester Co. Pa., who was a farmer and blacksmith in Ireland, was the McDonald who adopted Smith as a surname. When King William III was on his way to Boyne Water, his horse cast a shoe. McDonald, who lived in the neighborhood, replaced the shoe and thus enabled King William to reach the Boyne in time to assume command of his left wing and rout the army of King James. Because of this timely aid to his sovereign, McDonald "the Smith" became Smith." My question is do any of you know more about this story, its details and authenticity. Also what of the family of McDonald. Another source said his given name was John. And were there other sons or daughters?

Best regards to all, Thomas Price Smith, in Dixon, Illinois

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Sarah Clevenger
sclevenger@iquest.net
717 S. Henderson St.
Bloomington, IA 47401-4838
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Sarah Clevenger
sclevenger@iquest.net
717 S. Henderson St.
Bloomington, IA 47401-4838
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Marilyn Alice Beard Borst
10244 Schnaps Ln.
Newburgh, IN 47630
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD, BEARD, BAIRD family genealogies.
 
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Barbara M. Rosnagle
brosnagle@comcast.net
159 WhiteTail Dr., NE
Albuquerque, NM 87122
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Carolyn Waldaver
cwaldaver@aol.com
214 Normandy Circle West
Palm Harbor, FL 34683
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Mary H. Jacox
MHJACOX@aol.com
1302 Pleasant Valley Dr.
Catonsville, MD 21228-2650

This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies. She states: "I am seeking information regarding Christiana Bard, daughter of Michael and Susanna (Sprogle) Bard. She was born February 12, 1771 in Chester Co., PA and died April 25, 1824 in Centre Co., PA. She was married to Eleazer Evans."
 
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Teresa Loftin
nl42@bellsouth.net
740 Albar Dr.
Nashville, TN 37221
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in December of 1999, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Steve Mann
Smann13922@aol.com
4715 59th St.
Lubbock, TX 79414
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in January of 2000. "I am looking for the parents of Taylor Bard who was born around 1784. He married Lydia Huss on January 12, 1802. Any information would be appreciated."
 
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James Edward Reece
jreece3648@aol.com
912 Pembrooke Lane
Dekalb, IL 60115-5030

This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in January of 2000, to research BARD family genealogy. Mr. James E. Reece is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" and a direct descendant of Archibald BEARD (BARD) through first son Richard BARD m. Catharine POE, to Elizabeth BARD m. James MCKINNIE, to Catherine MCKINNIE m. Alexander R. MCMULLEN, to Dr. Thomas MCMULLEN m. Rebecca Jane SWAN, to Richard Bard MCMULLEN m. Christina Margaret LYNN, to Hugh Swan MCMULLEN m. Helen (Jeane) Jane MOBERLY, to Carol Jeane MCMULLEN m. James Edward REECE.
 
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Paolo Bard
paolo.bard@tiscalinet.it
Via Coazze no 13
10138 Torino (Turin), Italy
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was presented by this Web site in February of 2000, in appreciation for being an information provider in connection with Fort Bard in Bard Village in the Aosta Valley (NW Italy), and for on-going research concerning possible USA BARD family origins in that area, as described in the first chapter of The Bard Family book by G. O. Seilhamer.
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Jasper Hoover
321 Indianhead Dr.
Sherwood, AR 72120
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in February of 2000, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Patricia M. Osmer
posmer@hotmail.com
589 Fair St.
Carmel, NY 10512
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in February of 2000, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Joan Miller
joanjmm@aol.com
975 Honeysuckle Drive
San Marcos, CA 92078
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in February of 2000, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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James W. Bard
jbard@iglou.com
2044 Manor Dr.
Lexington, KY 40502-2655
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in February of 2000, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Ella Mae Bard
134 Seymour Place
Granville, OH 43023-1065
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in February of 2000, to research various BARD family genealogies.
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Glenn Haugh
andhaugh@aol.com
486 Sunhill Ln.
Martinez, CA 94553
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in an on-line auction, February of 2000, to research Mehalia C. BEARD m.27MAR1877 John Rayburn in McLean, IL. They had issue: 1. William Herman Rayburn b.27OCT1878 2. Linda Rayburn. Anyone having more information please contact Glenn Haugh.
 
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David J. Coons
djdmc5@primenet.com
1858 E. Hackemore St.
Mesa, AZ 85203-3909
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in March of 2000, to research various BAIRD / BEARD / COONS family connections in Kentucky. Anyone having more information please make contact with David.
 
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Donella Spencer
donella@bigfoot.com
4172 Escudero Dr.
Irvine, CA 92620
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in March of 2000, to research various BARD family genealogies. As far as how I'm related, John Cochran m. a Baird (this you told me!)... their daughter Mary Cochran (b. Waynesboro, Franklin Co, PA; d. 1797) m. (21 Mar 1769) the Hon. Wm. Findley; their daughter Elizabeth Findley (b. 1773 d. 1837)m. 6 Oct 1795 Gen. Thomas Patterson; their son James Patterson (b.1798 d. 1861) m. 29 June 1820 Eliza Walker; their son James M. Patterson (b. 1836 d. 1903) m. 17 Aug 1857 Ellen Campbell; their son Samuel Patterson (b. 1867 d. 1952) m. 3 Oct 1891 Rose McCauley; their son Donald Patterson (b. 1899 d. 1954) m. (1928) Lola Brecks; and their daughter Derelyn is my mother.

My branch of that tree can be viewed at: http://www.geocities.com/~usmcspencers/tree1.html
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Marya M. Bard
(Mrs. William E. Boyington)
22 Higdon Court
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547-1610
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in April of 2000, to research various BARD family genealogies. Marya is a descendant of the Carroll's Delight Bards by way of Archibald BEARD's son William BARD, his son David BARD, his son Samuel Williams BARD, his son Posey Vaughn BARD, and his son (her father) Samuel William BARD. She has genealogy information to share concerning details of this line.
 
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Nathan David Seabury
seabury001@aol.com
10740 Anne Bella Ave.
Leesburg, FL 34788-4901
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in May of 2000, to research various BARD / SEDBOROUGH / POE family connections. He is especially interested in a deed of granted land called the Manor of Mount Sedborough from King James I, May 12, 1613 to one John SEDBOROUGH of the Sedboroughs of Porlock in Somersetshire, Ireland. This grant was in the precinct of Clancally, now Clankelly, County Fermanagh, Ireland. Anyone having more information please make contact with Nathan.

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This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in the year 2000.

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Joan Spychaj
jospyology@comcast.net
400 Hickory Street, #4
Fort Collins, CO 80524

This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in the summer of 2000, and donated to Joan to assist research concerning various BARD family and related genealogies. Joan is related to the Bards of "Carroll's Delight" through marriage to Frank Spychaj, who is the brother of Theresa Marie Bard (nee Spychaj) wife of Douglas R. Bard. Joan is interested also in finding her roots in Poland, and is looking for information on a John Nagy, and Peter Radecki, among others.
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Lida Bard George
mom102948@aol.com
4955 Essex Drive
Palmdale, CA 93552
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in the summer of 2000, and donated to Joan to assist research concerning various BARD family and related genealogies.
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Richard May
ROMAY7721@aol.com
46 N. Montgomery Ave.
Bay Shore, NY 11706
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in early 2001.
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Linda P. Cohn
cohn@tiac.net
305 Park Ave.
Arlington, MA 02476
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site for in January of 2002. Linda plans to use it in research of Col. James SMITH, and the BARD / SMITH connections.
 
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Lee Baird
lbaird@tstonramp.com
2680 5th Street
La Verne, CA 91750
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site for in January of 2002. Lee plans to use it in research of BAIRD / BEARD / BARD genealogy.
 
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Kittochtinny Historical Society
P. O. Box 733 
175 E. Kings Street
Chambersburg, PA 17201
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was donated for possible resale from this Web site in January of 2002 to The Kittochtinny Historical Society. the Kittochtinny Historical Society offers many interesting early Pennsylvania and Bard related documents and books. It exists in the old Chambersburg PA jail house close to many areas significant to early Bard family history.
 
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Closson Press
Mary & Bob Closson
www.ClossonPress.com
1935 Sampson Dr. 
Apollo, PA 15613-9208
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was donated to Closson Press by this web site as a sample for evaluation and possible reprinting and/or resale. Closson Press carries a large number of history and genealogy related books and surname sources.

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Closson Press
Mary & Bob Closson
www.ClossonPress.com
1935 Sampson Dr. 
Apollo, PA 15613-9208
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was donated to Closson Press by this web site as a sample for evaluation and possible reprinting and/or resale. Closson Press carries a large number of history and genealogy related books and surname sources.

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Mabel Pyle
mpyle@cybernet1.com
736 Oil Well Road
Corvallis, MT 59828
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was purchased from this Web site in the spring of 2002 by Mabel for research concerning various BARD family and related genealogies. Mabel is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight," by way of Mary Cochran and William Findley.

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(Camilla) Ruth Bard Jacobsen 
ruth000834@juno.com
834 Turnbull Ave.
Alamonte Springs, FL 32701
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in May, of 2002.
I am Camilla Ruth Bard Jacobsen and have been documenting my Bard Line. The Bard Family Book leaves off in 1908 with John and Mary Poe Evans Bard, Sedalia MO. Their first child Richard Alexander Bard is my g-grandfather. He settled in Checotah IT (OK) and married the Indian girl - Lucia McIntosh. Her father was Daniel Newnan McIntosh. (Big political influence in the Territory. His father was Chief William McIntosh, Creek Indian from Alabama. I have the book detailing his family. Both before and after. Interesting!!! Richard and Lucia's son and only child, Daniel (just a short sentence in the Family book), was my grandfather. Daniel married Emma and lived in Checotah. Their 3 children - William Jennings Bryan Bard, my father (born 1898), Daniel Lee Bard and Oda Mae Bard. All registered with the Dawes Commission as Creek Indian. William JB Bard had 1 son William Lee Bard and 2 daughters. The last surviving Bards from John/Richard/Daniel/William JB and William Lee are! my brother's 2 sons, William and Robert and Robert's son Kevin. Kevin Bard is the last of John and Mary Poe Evans' line. Contact me If anyone wishes to share data. (ruth000834@juno.com) The LDS Library has a copy of the Bard Book on microfilm. I viewed it and now appreciate all the work you guys did to transfer the info to RootsWeb and CD-ROM. I found a copy of the original Bard Family Book in the hands of a cousin I located in Sedalia MO, last June. I can't tell you who has it, without her permission. It was given to her by a family member. She has given it to her son, but is going to have a photographer make a negative of the photo of John Bard on page 159 (I think), so I can make some copies for the family. I am going to look up the info. to order a copy of the Bard Book, if it is still available from you. Several other family members will be ordering them also. - Thanks!

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(Camilla) Ruth Bard Jacobsen 
ruth000834@juno.com
834 Turnbull Ave.
Alamonte Springs, FL 32701
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in May, of 2002.
(See Above Information.)

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(Camilla) Ruth Bard Jacobsen 
ruth000834@juno.com
834 Turnbull Ave.
Alamonte Springs, FL 32701
 
Purchased from this Bard family Web site in May, of 2002.
(See Above Information.)

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Joseph Frederick Odgers
jfodgers@earthlink.net
http://jfodgers.com
12948 Briar Fork Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63131
 
Purchased from this Web site Sep. 2002. Joseph is a Bard of "Carroll's Delight" through Archibald's third son Rev. David Bard.

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Mr. & Mrs. William Lazenby
bjclazenby@mindspring.com
4704 Cedarcliff  Rd.
Chester, VA 23831

This Bard Family e-book was purchased from this Web site in October of 2002. Bill's wife is related to the Mcullough family, and they are interested in Bard family genealogy and the Kittochtinny Papers book Vol. 15 which has a sketch on the cover of Richard Bard's escape from captivity, by Charles J. Stoner. They expect to contact Charles Stoner concerning his knowledge about the McCullough captivity story. Mr. Stoner can be reached via a gift shop (near many areas of Bard family interest) that exclusively sells sketches and prints by him:
Evelyn H. Gingrich, The Country Road Gift Shop, 6952 Lemar Road, Mercersburg, PA 17236, Ph.: (717) 328-2085.

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Joseph A. Ray
jdray@abts.net
2473 Myra Lane
Lincilnton, NC 28092
Ph: (704) 736-0793

Joe purchased this 1.0 version of the Bard family CD-ROM in October of 2002. He is the third son of Blair Peter RAY + Mary Elizabeth FOWLER. He and his family have gathered data on the paternal RAY side of the family, and are now involved in research concerning the maternal RAY-FOWLER-BARD-IRVIN (IRWIN)-SICKLES-STAMEY side. Please contact him if you wish to share information.

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Deborah & Brian Smith
280 Wayne Ave.
Haddonfield, NJ 08033

Deborah purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in February of 2003 as a gift for her husband Brian, who does Bard / Smith research.

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Roger Martin
rogerm@comcast.net
martin6222@comcast.net
6222 Mountain View Dr.
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Roger purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in March of 2003. His mother was a Franklin County, PA Bard.
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Jeff Martin
martin1685@adelphia.net
P. O. Box 296
Lemont, PA 16851-0296
Ph: (814) 237-2425

Jeff purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in March of 2003. His mother was a Franklin County, PA Bard.
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Catherine Rudnick
mcrudnick@midamer.net

Catherine purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in May of 2003.

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Thomas Bard Risser
P. O. Box 117399
Burlingame, CA 94011-7399
Ph: (650) 345-0101

Tom is descendant of Levi BARD b. about. 1885-1890, d. 1912 or 1913 (his maternal grandfather) mentioned in the Bard Book. Levi BARD married Fannie BRUBAKER in Lancaster county, PA about 1910. Tom purchased this Bard Book on CD-ROM in June of 2003.

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Dennis A. Hall
dah@kiski.net
P. O. Box 790
North Apollo, PA 15673
Dennis is a descendant of John Potter. He purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in July of 2003.
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Don Maxwell
dmaxwelljr@hotmail.com
MaxWell DNA Web Site
18700 Wolf Creek Dr.
Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 216-0219

Don purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in July of 2003. He was born in Fort Sill, OK in 1955, and is Descendant from Martha BARD/BAIRD 1708-1782. who married John Potter. Don kindly allowed us to use his DNA Web site as a basic template for our Bard family DNA Web site.

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Harry Mercado
5579 Petersen Ln.
Lotus, CA 95651



Harry purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in March of 2004, for research involving the PARKER / BARD lineages.
I would like to order The Bard Family on CD-ROM. I am descended from Alexander PARKER (A.P.) (1755? - 1831) of Lexington KY (between ca. 1786 - 1831).  He is said to have been from Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA., along with his brother James PARKER.   But there were other people of the same name and in the same places contemporaneously.  I see there is a chapter in the Bard Book on Parkers, and I hope it will help separate these people out.  I am particularly interested in the military / militia involvement of these people: where and when enlisted, unit service, etc.  This is because I have references to two A.P.'s with the rank of Major, and two others from VA who were officers.  There was a sergeant A.P. from Philly.  There was an ensign A.P.  There was a private A.P. in the Bucks County Associators.  I have just about excluded the VA  A.P.'s, and I know that one Major A.P. from Carlisle PA, of "Parkersburg" WV fame, died before mine.  He and my A.P. were first cousins, I think.  One historian referred to my Lexington A.P. as "Major".  Another says he was an early associator.  So the partial record that I have may well be wrong.  If I could find out where my Alexander PARKER enlisted - Franklin Co.?, Cumberland Co.?, Bucks Co.? I might be on my way! Anyone having info on the Parker line, or Bard / Parker connections, please send me e-mail with the subject: PARKER FAMILY.
E061
Martin J. Lawlor
mlawlor3396@sbcglobal.net
89 Long Hill Road
Clinton, CT 06413

Martin purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in June of 2004, for research involving Rev. David BARD, third son of Archibald BEARD (BARD), and to investigate possible BARD / BEARD connections to his lineage.
I am interested in finding out more about Rev. David BARD, first Presbyterion minister of Bedford Co. PA. I have a copy of a bible record of my ancestor, William Harrison McKINLEY, and in it he mentions his mother, Grizzle Bretan McKINLEY, born Jan. 3, 1792 and she was bapt. by the Rev. D. BEARD. I have recently come across information about the Rev. David BARD and I believe him to be the one who baptised Grizzle. I would be interested in knowing if there is a better history of Rev. BARD, because through finding him I found out where my McKinley's lived. And I know there have been some Beard/McKinley marriages. Please contact me if anyone has any relevant information.

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Patricia Glisson
Amie1930@aol.com
10392 Hoot Owl Road
Bentonville, AR 72712

Patricia purchased this version 1.0 of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in August of 2004, for research involving the BAIRD family.

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Dianna Bard McMullen
4005 Ringwood Rd.
Nokesville, VA 20181


Diana is a direct descendant of Archibald BEARD (BARD) through his first son Richard BARD m. Catharine POE to Elizabeth BARD m. James McKINNIE to Catharine McKINNIE m. Alexander R. McMULLEN to Dr. James McMULLEN m. Ann ROBERTS to Charles Bell McMULLEN m. Minnie Caroline BOLLOFF to Charles Bell McMULLEN m. Lorene Beatrice TURNER to Diana Bard McMULLEN.




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Alvin and Ula Jean Read
2820 Meadow Glenn Rd.
Ames, IA 50014-8243



Purchased for Bard family genealogy research in February of 2007.


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Brian & Nancy Bard
26839 Malihorn Dr.
Seaford, DE 19973



Purchased for Bard family genealogy research in April of 2007.






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James Thomas
5718 Moccasin Run
Rockford, IL 61109-6104

Purchased in May of 2007 in an attempt to verify a BARD connection to the WESTBROOK family.
Please make contact if you have information concerning any BARD - WESTBROOK connection, and especially concerning the father (Eugene?) of Eugenia Mae BARD (b. 2JUL1902 Hot Springs, AR, USA - d. 4JUN1936 Rockford, Winnebago, IL, USA) who married George Leroy WESTBROOK II (son of George Leroy WESTBROOK I and Anna M. WALTHERS).

Jim states: "I have Eugenia Mae BARD b. 1902 in Hot Springs, AR known as "Mae" and married to George WESTBROOK in Rockford, IL. I believe she was a daughter of Eugene W. BARD b. 1881 in Kansas. Another daughter would be Madeline (Pansy?) BARD b. 1904 in Hot Springs, AR. But Eugene could be the son of a Bard from Ohio. Possibly Theron W. BARD? I find Eugene W. BARD in the 1900 census for Garland County, AR but by 1910 the two girls are living with their grandparents, Thomas J. & Edith LEONARD."

Anyone have any information on these folks to help make the connection?


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Peter Dechert
2833 Plaza Amirilla
Sante Fe, NM 87507


Peter purchased version 1.0 of the Bard Family on CD-ROM in June of 2007. He is doing research on and is descended from William Potter Wilson who married Ellen Dickson ca 1866-1869..



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Dona Clark
320 Private Road 7708
Wills Point, TX 75169
(903) 560-1325


Dona purchased this 1.0 version of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in July of 2007 for research into possible connections to the "Bard's of Carroll's Delight", and is related to Ruth Bard Jacobsen (see above).




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C. James Strutz
101 Alden Rd.
Carnegie, PA 15106



Jim purchased this 1.0 version of the Bard Book on CD-ROM in August of 2008 for research into possible connections to the "Bard's of Carroll's Delight", and is related to thre "Bard's of Carroll's Delight"via first son Richard Bard & Catherine (Poe) Bard, through their daughter Olivia (Bard) Irwin & Joseph McFarland, and Joseph McFarland's sister: Martha (McFarland) Anderson who married Robert Anderson.

"I am a 4th great-grand nephew of Catherine Poe Erwin, a daughter of Olivia Bard. She married Joseph McFarland, a son of Robert McFarland who moved to Pittsburgh from the Conococheague valley around 1788. Any information on this McFarland family greatly appreciated."

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LIBRARY DONATIONS
(Gifts and Samples from The Bard Family to Various Libraries, Archives and Publishers)

L001
Mike O'Laughlin
mike@irishroots.com
www.irishroots.com
Box 7575
Kansas City, MO 64116
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was donated from this Web site in March of 2000. Mike is interested in Irish genealogy. He keeps a large genealogy library, and publishes & sells many Irish related books and research aids.
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 Kittochtinny Historical Society
P. O. Box 733 
175 E. Kings Street
Chambersburg, PA 17201
 
This E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was donated for research purposes from this Web site in January of 2002 to The Kittochtinny Historical Society. the Kittochtinny Historical Society offers many interesting early Pennsylvania and Bard related documents and books. It exists in the old Chambersburg PA jail house close to many areas significant to early Bard family history.
 






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Laddie B. Warren
LaddieB913@aol.com
Windmill Publications
5228 Great Lakes Drive North
Evansville, IN 47715
Phone: (812) 476-7752
Now:
Weidrich Publishing
6628 Uebelhack Rd.
Mt. Vernon, IN 47620
Phone : (812) 985-5455
Fax (812)985-5455

 
This unnumbered work copy E-Bard Book first edition v. 1.0 was donated from this Web site in the summer of 2001 to Mr. Warren to investigate the possibility and feasability of doing short run printing from a PDF formatted e-book. Laddie Warren's 1979 Unigraphic, Inc. (later Whipporwill Publications / Windmill Publications) company was the first printer / publishing house to reprint the hard cover Bard Book. Contact him if you wish to purchase a large quantity reprint run of the original Bard Book, an updated version of it, or any other genealogy or history orientated book.
 

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