Below are some non-Internet resources. This information largely serves as the bibliography for this website.
"The Ancestors of James Wickham and his Wife Cora Prudence Billard" - Professionaly researched book that covers Wickham and related families up to 1935. Available from Higginson Books or Barnes & Noble. Most relevant for close relatives of James Wickham or his wife of Cutchogue, New York.
"The Wickham Claim" - Book by Dwight Holbrook which covers the confiscation of property belonging to Parker Wickham of Cutchogue, New York at the end of the American Revolution. Written in a dry and obscure manner, but contains historical and legal information not duplicated elsewhere.
"The Descendants of Noyes Wickham, Senior of Ridgebury, Orange Co., NY" - Book written by Evelyn Hale which contains detailed genealogical information. Out of print, but available in some libraries.
"George Duncan Wickham: A Biography" - A 70-page book published in 1994 and written by Henry Pomares which contains biographical information on George Duncan Wickham (1772-1845), a Goshen, New York businessman. Available from the publisher, Goshen Chamber of Commerce.
"Middletown: A Biography" - A 201-page book published in 1928 and written by Franklin B. Williams which covers the history of Middletown, Orange County, New York, which Samuel Wickham from Southold, Long Island founded in 1756. Extensive information about the roles of various Wickhams over the years.
"Federal Justice in California: The Court of Ogden Hoffman, 1851-1891" - A 324-page book published in 1991 and written by Christian G. Fritz, an important scholar of legal history. Book is mainly a serious analysis of Hoffman's legal career, but also contains information in the first chapter about Hoffman's childhood, including his relationship with his great-uncle George Duncan Wickham (1772-1845), a Goshen, New York businessman. Available from the publisher, University of Nebraska Press.
"The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography" - Has article called "Landscape and Memory in Antebellum Virginia" by Joan E. Cashin in the edition from October 1994, Volume 102, Number 4. Contains detailed information about Virginia planter William Fanning Wickham, father of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888). Available from the publisher, Virginia Historical Society.
"The Edge of the South: Life in Nineteenth-Century Virginia" - Book edited by Edward L. Ayers and John C. Willis with chapter called "From Slavery to Freedom: Hickory Hill, 1850-80" by Gregg L. Michel. Contains detailed Civil War-era information about William Fanning Wickham, Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888), and their Hickory Hill Plantation located outside of Richmond.
"Officers of the Senate of Virginia" - Book by George Wesley Rogers which includes biographical sketch of Henry Taylor Wickham (1849-1943), a Virginia state senator. Richmond, VA. (1959), p.103-105
"Men of Mark in Virginia" - Book by Lyon Gardiner Tyler which includes biographical sketch of Henry Taylor Wickham (1849-1943), a Virginia state senator. Washington, DC. v.1 (1906-1909), p.254-258
"Portraits in the Historic Hanover County Courthouse" - Literature which includes biographical sketches of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888) and his son Henry Taylor Wickham (1849-1943), a Virginia state senator. Ashland, VA. (1985), p.8-9.
"Officers of the Senate of Virginia 1776-1996" - Book by Louis H Manarin which includes biographical sketch of Henry Taylor Wickham (1849-1943), a Virginia state senator. Richmond, VA. (1997), p.228-231
"Virginia Democracy" - Book by Robert Camillus Glass which includes biographical sketch of Henry Taylor Wickham (1849-1943), a Virginia state senator. Springfield, IL. v.2 (1937), p.7-9
"The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography" - Book which includes biographical sketches of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888) and his son Henry Taylor Wickham (1849-1943), a Virginia state senator. New York, NY. v.13 (1892-1906), p.605-606.
"The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1940-1960" - Book by Edward Griffith Dodson which includes biographical sketch of Henry Taylor Wickham (1849-1943), a Virginia state senator. Richmond, VA. (1961), p.598.
"Harper's Magazine" - Magazine which includes biographical sketch of Elizabeth Selden McClurg Wickham, wife of John Wickham (1763-1839). New York, NY. v.70 (Apr. 1885), p.712-723
"Saint-Mémin in Virginia" - Book by Fillmore Norfleet which includes biographical sketches of Elizabeth Selden McClurg Wickham and her husband John Wickham (1763-1839), who were subjects of noted French artist Saint-Mémin. Richmond, VA. (1942), p.220-221
"Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution" - Book by Lorenzo Sabine which includes biographical sketch of John Wickham (1763-1839), the prominent Virginia lawyer. Boston, MA. v.2 (1864), p.427-428
"Valentine Museum. Richmond Portraits" - Book which includes biographical sketch of John Wickham (1763-1839), the prominent Virginia lawyer. Richmond, VA. (1949), p.206-208
"Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography" - Book which includes biographical sketch of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888). Chicago, IL. (1898), p.1007
"Portraits in the Collection of the Virginia Historical Society. A Catalogue" - Book by Virginius Cornick Hall which includes biographical sketch of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888). Charlottesville, VA. (1981). p.259
"Biographical Register of Members, Virginia State Convention of 1861" - Book by William Harris Gaines which includes biographical sketch of Confederate general Williams Carter Wickham (1820-1888). Richmond, VA. (1969), p.79.
"Henrico Historical Society Magazine" - Magazine which includes article "Woodside, the home of the Wickhams" about the historic house owned by a branch of the Wickham family. Richmond, VA. vol. 1 (1976), p.23-30
"Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians" - Journal which includes article "Alexander Parris, B. Henry Latrobe, and the John Wickham House in Richmond, Virginia". Philadelphia, PA. v.41, (Oct. 1982)
"Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians" - Journal which includes article "Mr. Jones goes to Richmond: A note on the influence of Alexander Parris' Wickham House". Philadelphia, PA. v.43, no.1 (Mar. 1984), p. 71-74.
"Magazine Antiques" - Magazine which includes article "The Wickham House in Richmond: neoclassical splendor restored". Feb. 1999, by Jane Webb Smith
"Memoir, 1903-1930" - Reminiscences and genealogical notes by Julia Wickham Porcher Wickham (1860-1933). Original at Valentine Museum, Richmond, VA or microfilm copy at Virginia Historical Society
"Robins Island Reflections: 1639-2001" - The ultimate guide to Robins Island, the storied, 445-acre island owned by Parker Wickham (1727-1785) until it was confiscated after the end of the American Revolution. Filled with pictures and interesting tales, the 274-page book was written by Betty Tuthill Wells, whose brother served as caretaker for the island for many years.
"Heaven and Earth: The Last Farmers of the North Fork" - Book written by Steve Wick which focuses on the farming operations of Wickham Family members living on the North Fork of Long Island, NY from the 17th century to the 1990s. Well researched and contains large amounts of family information, but unfortunately tends to portray its subjects as struggling individuals. Out of print, but available in some libraries.
"Family" - Book written by Ian Frazier, a Wickham descendant, which focuses on Wickham Family members living in Norwalk, OH during the 19th and 20th centuries. In this treasure trove of genealogical data, the author makes a point of waxing philosophically about the reputed decline of Protestant families, despite being a Harvard graduate and Thurber Humor Prize winner, who has earned a comfortable living as a staff writer for The New Yorker and author of several best-selling books.
"The Memorial of Joseph Parker Wickham" - Transcript of the records pertaining to Joseph Parker Wickham's effort to receive compensation from the British government following the seizure of the property of his father, Parker Wickham of Cutchogue, New York. Original is at Public Office Record, London and a copy is at the New York Public Library.
William Wickham Papers - Collection of records pertaining to William Wickham, a prominent Orange County, NY and New York City attorney at the time of the American Revolution. Kept at Goshen Public Library, Goshen, NY.
"Wickham" - Manuscript written by Charles Arthur Hoppin in 1899 which covers information on Wickham family members, particularly in New England. Includes a section on the Wickhams of Rowley, MA.
"In Memoriam, Horace John Wickham, April 1 1836 - May 22 1914" - Biography written by Charles Arthur Hoppin in 1914 about New England businessman and inventor Horace John Wickham, father of Clarence Horace Wickham (1860-1945).
"Parks & Recreation" March 1968: 10-11 - Article called "A Private Park Called Wickham" about Wickham Park in Manchester, CT.
"The Hartford Times" 12 April 1965:29 - Article "Famed Wickham Park Oriental Garden Renovated for Spring" about Wickham Park in Manchester, CT.
"The American Enterprise" 1917:78-79 - Contains a brief biography by James A. Martin about New England inventor Horace J. Wickham.
"The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEHGR)" - Founded in 1847, this scholarly publication provides detailed, well researched articles. On pages 260-76 in volume 150, there is a July 1996 article "Thomas Wickham of Chichester, Sussex, and Wethersfield, Conn." by Alan A. Wickham and James W. Petty which documents the evidence that immigrant Thomas Wickham was from Sussex, England and related to the Chatfield family of East Hampton, NY.
"The American Genealogist (TAG)" - Article "On the Wickham Ancestry" by Evelyn Wickham Hale and Burnell E. Staffin which examines the possibilty that immigrant Thomas Wickham was related to the Wickhams of Chipping Sodbury, England, 58 :181-184.
"History of the Fanning Family" - A highly regarded, two-volume genealogical record written in 1905 by Walter Frederic Brooks which covers the descendants of the emigrant ancestor Edmund Fanning from 1653 to 1900, with additional data stretching back to 1197. While the obvious focus is on Fanning family members, this book also contains substantial information about related Wickham family members.
The Valentine Museum/Richmond History Center - Largest artifact of this museum is the "Wickham House," a mansion built in 1812. A few displays related to the Wickhams, mainly limited to those from the Richmond area. Located at 1015 East Clay Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Phone: (804) 649-0711.
Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council - Manages The Old House on the village green in Cutchogue, NY, former home of Parker Wickham (1727-1785) and other family members. Council address is P.O. Box 361, Cutchogue, NY 11935
Wickham Family Papers (1754-1977) - Collection of paperwork and letters from John Wickham (1763-1839) and his family kept by the Virginia Historical Society. Totaling more than 10,000 items, including diaries, correspondence, farm records, wills, and legal records.
Wickham Family Papers (1766-1912) - Another collection of paperwork and letters from John Wickham (1763-1839) and his family kept by the Virginia Historical Society. Totaling more than 5,000 items, including diaries, letters, records, and material from the Burr trial.
Arthur Wickham's Research Files - Large collection of information compiled by amateur genealogist Arthur Wickham of Lincoln, Nebraska and now owned by Nebraska State Historical Society (1-800-833-6747, ask for file "MS3564 John F. Wickham papers"). Approximately 300 pages of family trees, plus correspondence with other family members. Warning: information is known to contain a number of errors.
"An Attempt to Establish the Descent of William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester, From the Family of Wykeham of Swalcliffe, Co. Oxford" - Written in 1852 by C. Wykeham Martin, this book is filled with "conjectured descents" and falls short of modern genealogy research standards. Though unable to prove his thesis, he does gather a lot of useful information about ancient Wickham lines of descent in England.
"Medieval Archaeology" - Academic journal which includes article "English Place-Names Derived from the Compound Wicham" by Margaret Gelling, 11:87-104.