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1. Ellen Cotton-Steinburg, “Personal letter to Jim Young,” 07/2001, Cleveland, OH.
2. 1st person~researcher verified:
Jim Young
P.O. Box 101, Ellsworth, OH, 44416
3. Steve Deal, “Family History & Genealogy,”, 07 Jun 2002.
4. “Record "Derick Jansen, from Zutphen, Gelderland",” NYG&B Society, 1934, 2-12, 65, Dorothy A. Koenig.
5. Susan Milligan, “geneological researcher,” 07/31/2001, Washington D.C.
6. “Young Family Reunion,” 08/2001, Susan K. Young, Jim Young, Ellsworth,OH.
7. “Ellsworth Cemetary,” Scott Weamer, self-published, 1997.
8. ?, “ANGLETERRE,”, 02 Apr 2002.
9. Caroline Ann Lutz, “Lutz Family Tree,” June 2001, Canfield, OH.
10. “Young Family Reunion,” 08/2001, Lori Lee Macovitz, Jim Young, Ellsworth, OH.
11. “Young Family Reunion,” 08/2001, Janet Sue Young-Brooke, Jim Young, Ellsworth, OH.
12. “Old Andy, A Stroup Family History,” Eleanor Canning-Stroup, self-published, 1994.
13. “World Family Tree,” Broderbund ?, Tree 230, 2, 1, Donald Ray,, Aug 25, 2001.
14. “Yeager Family Bible,” Connie Wolf, Berlin Center, OH, 2001 & 2002.
15. 09/2001, Lou Sturdevant, Jim Young, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Yo., OH.
16. “Yeager Family Tree,” Eugene W. Yeager, self-published, 17 Aug 1996, 7491 Mines Rd., SE Warren, OH, 44484-3836.
17. Brian C Tompsett, “Eur ing B C Tompsett,”, 01/25/02.
18. “The Medieval Crown of Aragon, a Short History,” T. N. Bisson, 1991, Tom Camfield.
Aragon, Catalonia, Provence-"Confined to tiny valleys above the river Aragon (barely 600 square kilometers), the Aragonese were dominated in the early ninth century by one Oriol. (d. 0809), doubtless in consequence of previous Frankish thrusts, and then by. . ."

19. Youngstown Vindicator, Youngstown, OH, 10/21/1990, “Clyde E. Flickinger Obituary.”
20. Vindicator, Youngstown, OH, 08/11/1989, “Dorothy R. Yeager obituary.”
21. “Young Family Reunion,” 08/2001, Michelle Lee Young, Jim Young, Ellsworth, OH.
22. Summer 2001, Lori Lynn Young (Herman), Jim Young, Berlin Center, OH.
23. “Young Family Reunion,” 08/2001, Jeffrey Joseph Ortenzio, Jim Young, Ellsworth, OH.
24. “Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650,” Frederick Lewis Weis, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1992, 34, 35, 103, sixth & seventh.
ncestral roots of certain American colonists who came to America before 1700 : the lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their descendants / by Frederick Lewis Weis.
7th ed., with additions and corrections / by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. ; assisted by David Faris.
25. “Monroe County, Ohio, Families,” Monroe County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, 1992.
26. Pedigree Chart from Richard E. Henthorn, 5403 76th
Avenue, Hyattsville, Md 20784-1705; (301) 459-0535; 10/28/1996
27. 06/2001, Catherine J. Young, Jim Young, Berlin Center, OH.
28. 06/2001, Teresa Kale, Jim Young, Berlin Center, OH.
29. Autumn 2001, Cherish S. Underwood, Jim Young, Berlin Center. OH.
30. 09/2001, Lorinda Moucha, Jim Young, Moucha Homestead, Canfield, OH.
31. “Baby Book, Ayla Wills,” Catherine Wolf, 1992.
32. “World Family Tree,” Brøderbund Software, Inc., Date of Import: Jan 31, 1999, 2, 3, 1.
33. “Musser.FTW,” Date of Import: Mar 14, 1999, Boardman School Records 1842-1851 & Boardman Dutch Church Baptismal Register of Bethlemhem Lutheran & Reformed Church, Laura (Moff) Goist, 4033 Hopkins Road, Youngstown, OH 44511-3442; Ph. 330-782-0177.
34. “Canfield Village & Township, Extract from History of Trumbull & Mahoning Counties,” Boughton reference, 1982, chap. 1, Vol. II.
35. “Maghan Underwood Family Bible,” Maghan Underwood-Kirk, Cincinnati, OH, Bible.
36. Gail Sutphin, “Tate Goad Farm Visit,” 09 Jun 2002, Tate Goad Cem., Rd. 638, Burkes Fork Sect., Carroll County, VA.
..I have been to the Tate Goad house and cemetery and seen Rachel's marker...
--- Gail Sutphin
37. “Carroll Co. Census,” Carroll County, 1850.
38. Ron Hall, “Info from his email to the Carroll County VA email list.”
I've spent the past 3 years compiling a database of all the people who lived in Carroll from about 1800 to the 1920's. Although I'm still adding to it, it now includes over 52,000 people. My goal is t o donate it to the Carroll Genealogical Society where it can be added to (and corrected, I'm sure) to link all Carroll inhabitants together. I plan to make the donation after I retire next October.
39. “Floyd County, VA, Ministers Returns, 1840-1863,” Neighbors, Martin U, 34.
40. Rik Vigeland, “Islamic Names,” 20 Oct 1994, 10729 Dunhill Terrace, Raleigh, NC 27615-1440.
Numerous spellings abound, and no attempt is made to set forth all of the possible variations. Examples include "abd al" being the same as "abd ar" being the same as "Abdul", or Quraish and Koreish being the same. Literally dozens of other branches exist which account for dynasties of Egypt, Iran (Persia), Iraq, Yemen, Morocco, and many other nations. Many of the branches have names such as Umayyids, Abassids, Fatimids, etc., which usually take their name from prominent forbears such as Umayya, Abbas, and Fatima. Note the use of "ben", meaning "son of", a patronymic often omitted.
41. “Histoire Genealogique de la Maison royale de France,” Anselme de Sainte Marie, 1726-1733, 3rd, Jean-Luc Leger, 25 Feb 1995.
42. Rik Vigeland, “Factual Arab data,” ca Oct 1994, 10729 Dunhill Terrace, Raleigh, NC 27615-1440.
The following generations are held as fact by Arabs worldover.
43. “Application for Letters of Administration,” 20 Feb., 1889, filed by Edwin Douglass.
44. Information about this Sturdevant line has come from:
Mrs. Evelyn Jean Robinson Sturdevant
2044 Hubbard Road, Apt. 112
Madison, OH 44057
45. Burton, Orleans Co., VT & Wolcott, Seneca Co., NY, 1810 & 1820.
47. “Record of Deaths,” Ashtabula Co., OH, #0890260, FHC Film, Probate Court, 140, 248.
48. Much of the Sturdevant line comes from:
Ruth Haines, Genealogist and Officer of the Ashtabula County Genealogical Society, Geneva, Ohio.
2148 Footville Richmond Road
Jefferson, OH 44047
49. “Pedigrees of Anglesley and Carnarvinshire,” J.E. Griffith, 19 MAR 1996, Library of Congress.
52. “Grossgartach, Wuerttemberg, to Pennsylvania: Some Early Colonial German Immigrants,” Annette Burgert.
53. Arthur W. Holmes, “Brobst Family Historical Registry,”, 05/31/2002.
54. “Gen. Chart-Kings and Queens of Great Britain,” Anne Taute, 6 JAN 1999, A short history of the English people,, Green XLII-Gen. Table.
55. “The Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States,” Roberts, Gary Boyd, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc., 1993.
56. “The Dictionary of National Biography,” Founded in 1882 by George Smith, edited by Sir Leslie Stephen & Sir Sidney Lee, London: Oxford University Press, 1917, 810, 891, 1-22.
57. “The Daughters of King Edward The Elder,” Arthur Germond, FSO, The Augustan Society, Reprint 1982.
59. Kathleen Much, Editor, 23 Jul 1994, Organization: Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, CASBS, 202 Junipero Serra Blvd., Stanford, CA 94305, (415) 321-2052 x 325 |Fax: (415) 321-1192.
60. “Shull Burdshall Stockton,” 24 Mar 1996, Normandy.
61. “The Augustan Society,” F. Oliver Conley, FAS, The Augustan Society, 9 FEB 1999.
62. Cheryl Singhal, 21 Jul 1994, Organization: Fidonet: CPAFUG WashDC Area (301) 989-8960.
64. “Peerage & Baronetage,” Burke, Burke's Peerage Limited, London, England, 1970, 1975, 589, 1909, 2551, 2575, 2643, 105th.
65. “The Complete Peerage,” 1, 159-163, 278-281, 320-321, 340-342, 358, 369, 395, 448, 472, 643, 646-647, 895, IV, V, VI, VII, XII, XIV.
66. “Lloyd Manuscript,” Howard Williams Lloyd, Press of the New era printing company, 1912, 163.
enealogies of the families of Awbrey-Vaughan, Blunston, Burbeck, Garrett, Gibbons, Heacock, Hodge, Houlston, Howard, Hunt, Jarman, Jenkin-Griffith, Jones, Knight, Knowles, Lloyd, Newman, Paschall, Paul, Pearson, Pennell, Pott, Pyle, Reed, Sellers, Smith, Thomas, Till, Williams, Wood.
67. Todd A. Farmerie, “Llywelyn ap Gruffydd's daughter,” 11 Aug 1994, Organization: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.
Llywelyn ap Gruffydd's daughter is said to have died a nun, while elsewhere I am told she married Donald, Earl of Mar! I finally looked this up. An article from about five years ago, in the Genealogist discussed the descendants of Llywelyn ap Iowerth and Joan of England. Here it was shown that the wife of Donald, Earl of Mar was Helen or Elen, daughter of Llywelyn ap Iorwerth. (I think by Joan, but I will have
to check this again.)

Todd A. Farmerie
Date: Sat, 22 Oct 1994-Mon Jul 11 1994
Organization: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH (USA)
68. “New England Historical and Genealogical Register,” 60, 75.
69., August 28, 2001, Cherish Underwood.
70. Carole Merrill, “ASHER - HARRISON Genealogy,”, Apr 1 2002.
*, Barbara Kelly-Thompson. E-mailed 28 Oct 1999.
* Gail Howell 107 Lonsdale Ave., Dayton, OH 45419, The -- posted on Windham Co., CT bulletin board 20 Apr 1998. e-mailed 28 Oct 1999.
Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Title: Ancestral File (TM)
Publication: July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996
Name: Family History Library
Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA

Title: GenForum Posting
Page: BEEMAN Forum, Wanda,, posted 8 May 1999
71. Don Weymouth, “Weymouth, Don, internet webpage,” http:/, 8 May 1999.
72. “History of New Milford,” 692.
73. Rik Vigeland, “Adnan's descendants,” ca Oct 1994, 10729 Dunhill Terrace, Raleigh, NC 27615-1440.
The first generations to Adnan are said to be "traditional" and without
substantial proof. They are, however, commonly believed in throughout
Arabia, and were known of in Muhammed's time, though he himself discounted them.
74. “Gibbs Genealogy, 1629 - 1966,” compiled by Ruth Marion Gibbs Wiley.
75. “Young Family Reunion,” 08/2001, Mary Young-Eshler, Jim Young, Ellsworth, OH.
76. “The Parke Society: Robert Parke 1580-1665, Immigrant from England in 1630 with the Winthrop Fleet,” Parke, David Livingstone, Wyomissing, PA, 1994.
77. “A Witter Family History: The Ancestors of Dr. George Franklin Witter 1830-1910,” Edwin D. Witter Jr., 1988, chart 26.
78. “Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy,” edited by Frederick A. Virkus under direction of Albert Nelson Marquis, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, Volume I thru VII.
he Abridged compendium of American genealogy : first families of America : a genealogical encyclopedia of the United States / edited by Frederick A. Virkus under direction of Albert Nelson Marquis ; with a new foreword by P. William Filby.
79. “Stonington, Connecticut, History of the Town of,” Wheeler, Richard Anson, Day Publishing Co, 1900.
80. “A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Smith Settlers of New England Before 1692,” James Savage, 4.
81. “John Deming Of Wethersfield, Ct,” Helligo, Martha Stuart, 1985.
82. “Families Of Early Hartford,Ct,” Barbour, Lusius Barnes, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., 1977.
83. “Hale, House And Related Families,” Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman, Baltimore Gene. Publishing Co., 1978, c1952.
ale, House, and related families : mainly on the Connecticut River Valley / by Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman.
Baltimore : Genealogical Pub. Co., 1978, c1952.
84. “New England Marraiges Prior to 1700,” Clarence Almon Torrey, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1992.
85. New England Historical and Genealogical Society, “The English Ancestry of Gov. Thomas Welles,” 80.
86. “Slavery and four years of War,” General Joeseph Warren Keifer, Putnam, 1900, 247, 11.
political history of slavery in the United States, together with a narrative of the campaigns and battles of the Civil War in which the author took part, 1861-1865.

87. “Descendants of Richard Alexnder Skinner of Loudoun County, Virginia,” Lester Granville Holcombe, Internet HTTP://, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150.
88. Hier Genealogy4.ged & ATE302.ged, 5 JAN 2002 & 9 JAN 2002, Jim Hier, 11170 SW Morgen Court, Tigard, OR 97223.
89. “Pioneers of Massachusetts,” Charles Henry Pope.
90. “The Geer Genealogy,” Walter Geer.
91. “National Geographic,” 05/2000, 197, 2, 5.
92. “Derr-Ely PAF.FTW,” Date of Import: Jan 7, 1999, Heather Jordan, May 3, 2002,
Information from H. S. Beckwith (Derr Family Genealogy)
93. “The Kingdom of Leon-Castilla under King Alfonso VI,” Bernard F. Reilly, 192-194, 338, 359.
95. “Medieval Tales, That Kids Can Read & Tell,” Lorna MacDonald Czarnota, August House, 2000.
96. “Diccionario de Historia de Espana,” Bleiberg, German, 1266.
97. “The Family of Eleanor of Castiel (died 1290),” Alan Banfield and Neal Priestland, 1999.
98. “The House of Clifford,” 33-35.
99. “The Children of Joan, Princess of Wales,” William Addams Reitwiesner, Genealogist, 1980, 83, I, 1.
100. “Europaisch Stammtafeln,” II.
101. National Geographic, T.R. Reid, “The World According to Rome,” August 1997, 192, 63.
102. “Daniel Knarr and Lucinda Ault,” Nellie Wallace Reeser, Edwards and Brothers; Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1955, 6-7.
Families Knarr Reeser SAR)
103. “Commoners,” Burke, 43, 363, 622, 2.
105. “Landed Gentry,” Burke, 81, 269, 1424.
106. “History of Cheshire,” Ormerod, 88, 113, 294, 744, I, II.
107. “Extinct & Dormant Baronetcies,” Burke, 290, 315.
108. “The Magna Charta Sureties,” Aams and Weis, England, 1215, 5th.
109. “Young Family Reunion,” 08/2001, Theresa Edel-Young, Jim Young, Ellsworth, OH.
110. “Families Directly Descended from All the Royal Families in Europe and Mayflower Descendants by their lineal descendant,” Rixford, Mrs (Oscar Herbert) Elizabeth M Leach, Burlington, VT: Free Press Printing Co., 1932, 136-137.
oyal Family and Mayflower Descendants
111. “Five Hundred First Families of America,” DuBin, Alexander, New York: Historical Publication Society, 1972-1973, 15.

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