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Family Histories
 and Genealogies

Thousands of genealogies and family histories have been published. The terms “genealogy” and “family history” are often used interchangeably. Technically, a genealogy is about the descendants of an individual or couple, and a family history is about the ancestry of an individual.

Some genealogies and family histories are the products of thorough research with footnotes indicating the sources of the author’s information. Others are less reliable. Many older genealogies do not contain references to the author’s sources. You should use these published works as aids to locating original records that will verify the information about births, marriages, deaths, and family relationships.

The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., has a large collection of genealogies. Kaminkow’s Genealogies in the Library of Congress, its supplements, and a volume published by the Library of Congress in 1992, list about 42,000 genealogies.

The LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City has a large collection of family histories, county histories, and other published material. These materials are listed in the library’s catalog, which is available on microfiche or CD-ROM at LDS Family History Centers and other libraries throughout the United States. Some books have been microfilmed, and the microfilm can be borrowed from the Salt Lake City library at a Family History Center. To find a Family History Center near you, enter your city, county, state, and country on the LDS FamilySearch site.

  • Across the Generations: Exploring U.S. History through Family Papers. Provides resources and guidance regarding use of family documents to research family genealogy.
     
  • A Complement to Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography. Baltimore, Maryland: Magna Carta Books, 1981.
     
  • Family History Archive. A growing collection of published family histories in pdf format, fully indexed and searchable, at Brigham Young University Library. These are out of copyright books obtained from the Harold B. Lee Library of BYU, BYU Hawaii, BYU Idaho, LDS Business College, Family History Library, and Church History Library.
     
  • Genealogies Cataloged by the Library of Congress since 1986: With a List of Established Forms of Family Names and a List of Genealogies Converted to Microfilm Since 1983. Washington, D.C.: Cataloging Distribution Services, Library of Congress, 1991.
     
  • Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography. 2 volumes. Baltimore, Maryland: Magna Carta Books, 1972.
     
  • Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography. Supplement, 1972-1976. Baltimore, Maryland: Magna Carta Books, 1977.
     
  • Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography, Second Supplement, 1976-1986. Baltimore, Maryland: Magna Carta Books, 1987.
     
  • Locating Published Genealogies. By Donna Przecha.
     
  • Newberry Library of Chicago: The Genealogical Index. 4 volumes. Boston, Massachusetts: G.K. Hall, 1960. A huge set containing six million references to family histories. Alphabetical order by surname, then by locality division. Includes references also within other publications such as county histories. Arrangements can be made with the Newberry Library for photocopying.

Family Tree Collections

Individual Families

  • Allen, Ricky T. Claiborne Hall and Elizabeth Herod of Smith County, Tennessee: Ancestry and Descendants. Fenton, Mo: No Waste Publishing Creative Imaging, Inc, 2010.

  • Anders, Harley D. John Turnbull - Indian Trader - Genealogical Gleanings in Southeast United States. Gilroy, California: Indian Scout Books,

  • Armstrong, Donald G., and William Walter Armstrong. Ancestry of William Walter Armstrong of Columbiana County, Ohio. Rockland, Maine: Penobscot Press, 2010.

  • Bailey, James and Norman Dodge. Family of New Shoreham, Rhode Island: A Genealogy of the Descendents of Tristram Dodge. 2 volumes. Lakewood, Colorado: Dodge Family Association.
     
  • Beatty, John D. and Di Ann Vick. Joseph Vick of Lower Parish, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and His Descendants. Los Angeles: Genus Publishing, 2004.
     
  • Bennett, Diana Kercheval. The Kerchevals in America. Virginia: D.K. Bennett, 2003.
     
  • Bingham, Emily. Mordecai: An Early American Family. New York: Hill and Wang, 2003.
     
  • Bowie, Effie Gwynn. Across the Years in Prince George's County: A Biographical History of Some Prince George's County, Maryland and Allied Families. Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Co., Inc., 2006, 1947.
     
  • Bowman, Joseph P. The Bad Man from Bodie: The Life and Violent Death of John Franklin Showers. Publish America, 2005.
     
  • Brittenham, William Robert and Ruth Z. Lewis. The Garter Family of New York and Michigan. Poughkeepsie. NewYork, William Robert Brittenham, 2006. The Garter family is traced from Herkimer and Orleans counties, New York to Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, and elsewhere.
     
  • Brown, William M. Timmons--Tanner Families: Building an American Heritage. Parkersburg, West Virginia: The author, 2006.
     
  • Bush, Cornelia Wendell. MacRaes to America!! A Brief History of the Clan MacRae. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Chapel Hill Press, 2002-06.
     
  • Canfield Family Association. Descendants of Thomas Canfield and Mathew Camfield: Companion to "A History of Thomas Canfield and Mathew Camfield with a Genealogy of Their Descendants in New Jersey. Wichita, Kansas: Don Martinson, 2006.
     
  • Cannady, Bruce Barnes. The History and Genealogy of the George W. Cannady Family. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1973, reprinted 2006.
     
  • Caverly, Paul Ralph. In Search of Amos Mills Caverly. Brampton, Ontario: Paul Ralph Caverly, 2004.
     
  • Caverly, Paul Ralph. The Migration of the Braun Family to the Arrival of the Brown Family. Brampton, Ontario: Paul Ralph Caverly, 2004.
     
  • Childears, Maurice A. The Childers-Childears Family from the Keystone to the Land of Oz and Beyond. Emporia, Kansas: Speed-Bind Products, 2006.
     
  • Cleek, George Washington.  Early Western Augusta Pioneers, Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore. Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Co., 1957, 2005 reprint.
     
  • Crook, Charles M. Fendall Hall: A True Story of Good Times and Bad Times on the Chattahoochee River. Montgomery, Alabama: The Author, 2004.
     
  • Davis, Virginia Lee Hutcheson.  Jamestowne Ancestors 1607-1699: Commemoration of the 400th Anniversary of the Landing at James Towne 1607-2007. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2006.
     
  • Deboeck, Guido. Flemish DNA & Ancestry: History of Three Families over Five Centuries Using Conventional and Genetic Genealogy. Arlington, Virginia: Dokus Publishing, 2007. Traces the Flemish Deboeck family back almost five hundred years. Included are chapters on family occupations, immigration to America, and genetics.
     
  • Dittenhafer, Miriam Marcy. History and Genealogy of Henry Glatfelter (1752-1833) of York Co., PA: Revolutionary War Patriot, with Appendixes on Moyer/Myers, Bentz, and Tyson. Florida: Self-published, 2008. Traces the descendants of Henry Glatfleter, a son of the immigrant Casper Glattfelder.

  • Dittenhafer, Miriam Marcy. History and Genealogy of Pennsylvania Families: Joshua Kinsey (1764-1824) of Bucks & Columbia Counties; Emil Rinn (1837-1900) of Lehigh County; Mary Rinn (1832-1908) of Northampton County; Jeanette Rinn (1835-1904) of Philadelphia; Thomas Clyde (1821?-1878) of Philadelphia. With Appendixes: Mathew "Gen" McDowell (1796-1858) of Columbia County; Eli Lewis (1750-1807) of York County. Also Including: Arbogast, Brown, Dittenhafer, Haase, Shew, Wilt, and Others. Melbourne(?), Florida: The author, 2006.
     
  • Doliante, Sharon J. Maryland and Virginia Colonials: Genealogies of Some Colonial Families (Families of Bacon, Beall, Beasley, Cheny, Duckett, Dunbard, Ellyson, Elmore, Graves, Heydon, Howard, Jacob, Morris, Nuthall, Odell, Peerce, Reeder, Ridgley, Prather, Sprigg, Wesson, Williams, and Collateral Kin. 1 volume bound in 2. Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Co., Inc., 2206, 1991.
     
  • Drake, Charles E.F. The Drake Family of Washington County, Georgia. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 2005.

  • Dungan, Thomas P. The Dungan Source Book: A Reference for Dungan Family Researchers. Rio Rancho, N.M.: T.P. Dungan, 2010.
     
  • Erwin, Raymond M. Timothy Matlack, 1736-1829, Accomplished Patriot. Stillwater, Minnesota: Self-published, 2006.
     
  • Evans, Richard K. The Ancestry of Diana, Princess of Wales, for Twelve Generations. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.
     
  • Fetters, William Broke. Abraham Chattin (c1692-1761) and Grace Mills of Woodbury Creek, New Jersey, and Their Descendants. Decorah, Iowa: Anundsen Publishing Company, 2007.

  • Finley, Carmen J. Colonel James B. Armstrong: His Family and His Legacy. Duncans Mills, California: Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods, 2008.
     
  • Fisher, Sophie C. and Robert W. Fisher. The Fisher Family: Some Ancestors and Descendants of Joseph Fisher and Susannah Gray (ca. 1749-1986). Flint, Michigan: Privately published.
     
  • Fiske, Thomas S. A Grover Genealogy. Free Publishing, 2006.
     
  • Franke, Shari. Family History of the Joseph Taylor, Jr. (ca. 1751-1819), and Sarah Best (ca. 1764-1836) Family of Tyrrell/Martin/Edgecombe Counties, North Carolina and Warren County, Kentucky, Volume 2. Salt Lake City, Utah: Publishers Printing, 2005.
     
  • Gariety, John. Descendent [sic] of Philip & Lydia (Asper) Bysel & Abraham & Margaret Fisher & John & Hannah (Bysel) Fisher. Piney Flats, Tennessee: The author, n.d.
     
  • Gelles, Edward. An Ancient Lineage: European Roots of a Jewish Family. Portland, Oregon: Specialized Book Services, 2006.
     
  • Geyer, Patricia Wight. McWethy .. McWethey, Following a Family Migration Trail Massachusetts to Michigan and West. Albion, Michigan: The author, 2005.
     
  • Gilbert, Thomas Graves. Francis Clark of Louisa County, Virginia and his Descendants in Carroll County, Tennessee. Rapidan, Virginia: The author, 2004.
     
  • Grant, Robert N. Sorting Some of the Wrights of Southern Virginia, Part VI: 1779 John Wright of Prince Edward County, His Wife Anne (Pryor) Wright and His Descendants, 4 volumes. Menlo Park, California: Robert N. Grant, 2006.
     
  • Grant, Robert N. Wright Family Birth Records, Marriage Records, and Personal Property Tax Lists, Appomattox County, Virginia. Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2006.
     
  • Grant, Robert N. Wright Family Census Records, Campbell County, Virginia 1810-1900. Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2005.
     
  • Grant, Robert N. Wright Family Census Records, Deed Records, Land Tax Lists, Death Records and Probate Records, Appomattox County, Virginia. Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2006.
     
  • Grant, Robert N. Wright Family Deed Records, 1782-1900 and Land Tax Lists, 1782-1850 Campbell County, Virginia. Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2005.
     
  • Grant, Robert N. Wright Family Records, Prince Edward County, Virginia, Land Grants, Deed Records, Land Tax List, Death Records, Probate Records. Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2006.

  • Grant, Robert N., and Robert N. Grant. Wright Family Birth Records, 1853-1896; Marriage Records, 1777-1918; Census Records, 1810-1900; Deed Records, 1777-1902; Death Records, 1853-1896; Cemetery Records, and Probate Records, 1777-1909 in Rockbridge County, Virginia. Westminster, Md: Heritage Books, 2010.

  • Grindol, Mary Alice. Fuller-Button Family Genealogy, 1800-2006. Winter Haven, Florida: M. Grindol, 2006.

  • Hain, Peter Murray. The Murray Family of Hawick, Scotland, Pennsylvania and Iowa and Associated Families of Plummer, Dern, Witherow, Koons, Mackey, Leet, Hunter, Hain, Maize, and Pitcairn. Lynchburg, Va.: Warwick House Publishers, 2008.
     
  • Hamilton, Phillip. The Making and Unmaking of a Revolutionary Family: The Tuckers of Virginia, 1752-1830. Charlottesville, Virginia: University of Virginia Press, 2003.
     
  • Hanks, Stephen. Akee Tree, A Descendant's Search for his Ancestors on the Eskridge Plantations. Portland, Oregon: PepperBird Books, 2005.

  • Harris, Margaret Louise. In the Shade of Oaks: A Story of American Heritage. Missoula, Mont: Margaret Louise Harris, 2009.  Harris and Cox families.
     
  • Hartman, Gerda Preston. Preston's -- Thy Affectionate Family with Love. Dubuque, Iowa: The author, 1987.
     
  • Hartman, Gerda Preston. Swedish Annie: An Immigrant Life on the Iowa Prairie -- "Love Letters." Dubuque, Iowa: The author, 2005.
     
  • Hartz, William C., Jr. Genealogical Notes on the Family of John Hartz (1801-1882) (also known as Hatts, Hatz, Hotz, Hotlz, Hutz) and Catharine Hershey (1807-1874) of Dauphin-Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, Including a Few of Their Ancestors and Some Descendants, Volume I. Long Beach, Washington: The author, 1999.

  • Hausmann, Priscilla Wright. The Hausmann, Petri, Fleischmann, Ahner, Neunuebel, Oeth, Boehm, and Schlegel Families. West Bend, WI: The author, 2008.
     
  • Hicks, Ruth Anna and William Jerome Utermohlen. Descendants of John Cox of Abington, Indiana, and Joseph Cox of Hampton, Illinois. Rockland, Maine: Penobscot Press, 2007.
     
  • Hobson, Jay W. The Hobson Family Lineage, Descendants of George and Elizabeth Hobson. Columbus, Georgia: The author, 1994.
     
  • Holden, Robert John, with Donna Jean Holden. The Hunting Pioneers 1720-1840, Ultimate Backwoodsmen on the Early American Frontier. Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2000.
     
  • Hopper, Maria. Hopper Family Genealogy: Descendants of Andries Willemszen Hoppe(n) New Amsterdam 1651-1658. Montvale, New Jersey: Privately Printed, 2005.

  • Hubbard, Karyl Keeney and Sandra Keeney Pattok, compilers. The Keeney Family from Coast to Coast: An Informal History of the Ancestors and Descendants of George Keeney of Newport, Rhode Island. Gateway Press, 2008.

  • Huber, Leslie Albrecht. The Journey Takers. Amherst, MA: Foundation Books, 2010. Huber tells the stories of her European immigrants to the United States -- Albrechts, Hakers, Harrises, and Nilsdotters.
     
  • Journey, Pamela Pomeroy. The Journey Family History. El Cajon, California: The author, 2005.
     
  • Julian, Paul Rowland. Sorting Out the Early Julian/Juliens: A History of the 18th and Early 19th Century Founding Families with the Surnames Julian, Julien, and St. Julien. Victoria, Texas: Gateway Press for the Author, 2004.
     
  • Kelley, Mary Sutherland. Simon Kelley Sr., 1787-1852 and Descendants. Lake City, South Carolina: The author, 2006.
     
  • Kerns, Wilmer L. Waltons of Old Virginia and Sketches of Families in Central Virginia. Arlington, Virginia: The author, 2005.

  • Kiehn, Lewis. The Walls Family of Delaware: An Account of Some Descendants of Thomas and William Walls of Sussex County, Delaware. Sacramento, Calif: H and K Publishers, 2009.
     
  • Lee, Edmund Jennings. Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892 -- Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of the Descendants of Colonel Richard Lee. With Brief Notices of the Related Families of Allerton, Armistead, Ashton, Aylett, Bedinger, Beverley, Bland, Bolling, Carroll, Carter, Chambers, Corbin, Custis, Digges, Fairfax, Fitzhugh, Gardner, Grymes, Hanson, Jenings, Jones, Ludwell, Marshall, Mason, Page, Randolph, Shepherd, Shippen, Tabb, Taylor, Turberville, Washington, and Others. Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Co., Inc., 2006, 1895.
     
  • Lepper, Ruth Lewis and Elizabeth Watts Lewis. Descendants of Samuel Lewis and Mary Miller in the 19th and 20th Centuries and Their Ancestral Connections in Early New Jersey and Pennsylvania Including the Related Families of Chandler, Lindsey, Ray and Chrisman. Ashland, Illinois: The authors, 2004.
     
  • Leuenberger, Boyd. The Johann Friedrich Eggert and Dorothea Maria Fredrica Krohn Families of Mecklenburg, Germany. Golden, Colorado: Privately published, 2007.
     
  • Levine, Rachael (Scherf) and Patricia Sherf Smith. Scherf: Christian Andreas Scherf Family, Including His Twin Wilhelm. Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 2007.
     
  • Lightburn, Robert C. Supplement to Benjamin Lightbourne/Lightburn of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, and His Descendants. Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey: The author, 2005.
     
  • Linder, Harold. The Linder Sourcebook: Origins, Distribution and Immigrants. Anthem, Arkansas, Castle Mountain Books, 2004.

  • Lloyd, Gary G. Thomas and Mary Ann (Morgan) Lawson of Tennessee, Iowa and Missouri and Their Descendants. Ashland, Ohio: BookMasters, 2007.

  • Long, Richard G. A Family 'histree' of the Descendants of William Long (1744-1824): With Special Focus on the Descendants of His Grandson, Richard Suddick Long (1818-1906). Myerville, Md: Dr. Richard G. Long, 2009.
     
  • Madden, Betty Lou. Ancestors of Exzelia Elizabeth Boudreau and Branch Lines of the Boudreau, Senezaque, Senet and Menard Ancestors, Volume I. Bourbonnais, Illinois: Kankakee Valley Genealogical Society, 1980.
     
  • Markley, Janet James and Mary Lou James Burnett. Mathew James of New Hampshire and His Known Descendants: With the Related Families of Pugsley, Ivers, Wells, Davis, Rasmus, Alford, and Weller. Bloomington, Minnesota: The author, 2002.
     
  • Martin, William A. and Lou Ella J. Martin. Dennis Darling of Braintree and Mendon and Some of His Descendants, 1662 to 1800. Murrieta, California: Self-published, 2006.
     
  • Massingill, Audrey Cannady. Our Ellinger Ancestors, Volume I Ellinter, Hildenhagen, Liebram and Seiffarth Families from Saxony. Amarillo, Texas, The author, 2006.
     
  • Matson, Bruce W. and Ginnie Holler Matson. Descendants and Ancestors of Nehemiah Mattson (Matson) (1755-1835) Revolutionary Patriot. Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico: The author, 2006.

  • Matthews, Linda H. Middling Folk: Three Seas, Three Centuries, One Scots-Irish Family. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2010. Reconstructs the author's Hammill family history from sketchy origins in Ayrshire, Scotland, to Northern Ireland, Charles County, Maryland, Prince William County, Virginia, and Lewis County, Washington.
     
  • McCarty, William, and Kathleen Much. The McCartys of the Northern Neck: 350 Years of a Virginia Family. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 2005.
     
  • Melnick, Louis. Charles Knapp (1826-1878) and His Sister, Elise (Knapp) Dittmann (1823-1880), of Sternberg, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, and Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA. 2nd edition. Evanston, Illinois: Privately Printed, 2005.

  • Metcalf, Susan J. The Wisket Maker and the Spinster: The Ancestors and Descendants of Arthur Metcalf [Sr.] and Isabel (Levens) Metcalf. Fenton, Missouri: No Waste Publishing, 2010.
     
  • Moffat, Lorraine. The Moffitt Family, Vol. II: Allied Families of Thornton, Knight and Wiseman. Hesperia, California: The author, 2006.
     
  • Monk, Arliss Shaffer. Descendants of Jacob Upperco the Elder, 1726-1794: Baltimore County, Maryland. 3rd edition. Greeley, Colorado: Longmeadow Press, 2004.
     
  • Moore, Robert H. Captives of Abb's Valley,  Vol. 2. Grand Rapids, Michigan: HeuelGordon, 2007. Traces thirteen lines from James and Joseph Moore, and is indexed.
     
  • Moorer, George. Origins: A True Story of "Two American-French-Celtic Farming Families of the 1800's," Their Life, Ancestry and Search for Their Origins, Dating Back in History to the Time of the Celts and Celtic Tribes of People - 1100 B.C. further Back in History, to the Days of Noah and the Great Flood - 2400 B.C. Studio City, California: The author, n.d.

  • Mudge, John T.B. The Family Letters: A Portrait of an American Family through Letters from the 18th to the 20th Century. Lyme, N.H.: Durand Press, 2008.
     
  • Myers, Judith Harwood. Our Myers Connections ... West Virginia and beyond, Descendants of John Robert Myers with Generations from c.1790-2005. Bloomington, Illinois: The author, 2005.
     
  • Myrick, John Edward. Myrick: A Family Lineage, 1642-2002, from Virginia to Texas. Dorrington, California: Anundsen Publishing Co. for the Author, 2004.
     
  • Nigbor, Joyce Hasselmann. Hasselmann/Biederstaedt from Mecklenburg/Strelitz, Germany: Johan Frederick Theodor Hasselmann & Fredricka Marie Caroline Biederstaedt. 2004. Contact the author at 11 White Pine Trail, Madison, WI 53717.

  • Pascoe, Patty Dahn. Genealogies of Pascoe, Scheid, Maunus of Welsh, German, Finnish, Descent. Sandusky, Ohio: The author, 2000.

  • Pippenger, Wesley E. Pippenger and Pittenger Families: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of William Pippenger of New Jersey, and Allied Families. Fredericksburg, Va.: Sheridan Books, 2004.
     
  • Potterton People & Places.  Drogheda, Ireland: Choice Publishing, 1970. Descendants of Thomas Potterton, who immigrated to Ireland in the 17th century. Also include a genealogy of the Tong family of Offaly.

  • Prall, Terry D. Prall, McHugh, Faucett, Crail and Allied Families: The Story of My Ancestral Heritage. Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc, 2009. Two-volume set of more than one thousand pages, traces the families mentioned in the title as they moved west across the U.S. Includes indexes.
     
  • Pretzer, Mildred Hopkins and Dwayne Lewis Pretzer. Descendants of James and Susannah Thompson, Quakers 1759-2004. Charlottesville, Virginia: The authors, 2004.
     
  • Prewitt, John Marshall. Marshall of King George Co. Va. and Mason Co., Ky.: Berry -- Kercheval -- Roy and Connected Families. Cincinnati, Ohio: The author, 2002.
     
  • Priest-Evans, Joyce Elaine. The Priest Family. 2 vols. Lambertville, Michigan: William J. Priest, 2007. Volume 1, which consists of more than five hundred pages, contains information on the ancestors and descendants of the Priest family of Licking County, Ohio, and includes many photos. Volume 2, consisting of more than 200 pages, includes possible relatives of the Priest family of Licking County, Ohio.
     
  • Quirke, Terence T., Jr. Quirke Genealogy and Family History of Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland; India, New Zealand, England, Australia, South Africa, and the Untied States. Golden, Colorado: Quirke, Quirke & Assoc., 2005.
     
  • Rice, William H. The 1774 List of Tithables and Wheel Carriages in Berkeley County, Virginia. Elkins, West Virginia: The author, 2006.
     
  • Rinkel, Charles T., Jr. The T. E. Rinkel Family in America. 2nd edition. Johnston, Iowa: The author, 2005.
     
  • Ristic, Karen Torbron, Raymond Peter Ristic, & Dorothy Torbron Flanagan. The Torbron Family and Related Ancestral Lines. 2nd edition. West Covina, California: The authors, 2006.
     
  • Schuyler, James Owen. Our Schuyler Ancestry. San Carlos, California: The author, 2006.
     
  • Schuyler, James Owen. Our Walworth Ancestry. San Carlos, California: Privately Printed, 2005.
     
  • Schuyler, James Owen. Our Woodward-Grant Ancestry and Our Venn-Hex Ancestry. San Carlos, California: The author, 2006.

  • Sears, Richard D. The Ancestors of John Bolin and Sandra Blaine. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2007.

  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of Anne (Smith) Weatherford. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2008.

  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of Dr. Louise (Gilman) Hutchins. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2008.

  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of Edward Henry Fairchild and Maria Ball (Babbitt) Fairchild. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2008.

  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of Rev. John Almanza Rowley Rogers, of His Wife, Elizabeth Lewis (Embree) Rogers, of His Brother-in-Law, Rev. James Scott Davis, and of His Uncle, Rev. Almon Bradley Pratt. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2008.

  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of Rev. John Gregg Fee, Matilda (Hamilton) Fee, and John Gregg Hanson. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2007.

  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of William Goodell Frost and Eleanor (Marsh) Frost. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2008.

  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of William James Hutchins. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2008.

     
  • Sears, Richard D. Ancestors of Willis Duke Weatherford II. [ S.l. ]: lulu.com, 2008.
     
  • Shogren, Linda Hurlbert. Descendants of William Mathews/Mathes (1786-1863), Including Bolander, Huddleson, Kingsbury, and Thayer Families -- Ordinary People. San Mateo, California: Ragtime, 2004.
     
  • Smith, Alvy Ray. Edwardian Riggses of America I: Elder Bethuel Riggs (1757-1835) of Morris County, New Jersey, and His Family through Five Generations. Boston: Newbury Street Press, 2006.
     
  • Spangler, Donal Campbell.  Spangler, One Lineage, Twenty-One Generations, Eight Centuries - 1150-2000, Germany, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky. Silver Spring, Maryland: The author
     
  • Steele, Edward E. Ebbets: The History and Genealogy of a New York Family. St. Louis: Privately Printed, 2005.
     
  • Stelle, Joelle. A History of the Steele & Forstrom Families in Finland & America. Mananita Books, 2005.
     
  • Sternberg,, Dale, Sharon Sternberg, and Fred T. May. I Will Uphold the Flag: The Life of Colonel Reuben May, 1815-1902. Marshfield, Wisconsin: Gateway Press for the Author, 2004.
     
  • Turner, William Lee. The Turner Chronicles, Descendants of Richard Turner. Matthews, North Carolina: The author,
     
  • Ullmann, Helen S. Descendants of John Mills of Stamford, Connecticut. Boston, Mass: Newbury Street Press, 2010.

  • Ullmann, Helen Schatvet. Some Descendants of John Sibley of Salem, Massachusetts. Boston: Newbury Street Press, 2006.
     
  • Waak, Patricia Ann. My Bones Are Red: A Spiritual Journey with a Triracial People in the Americas. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, 2005. This book primarily tells the stories of the Perkins family, who were sequentially classified as black, "free people of color," mulatto, Indian, and white over a period of 100 years.

  • Walsh, Diane Renner. The William and Mary Ann (Davis) Friedlander Family, 1814-1930: Illinois Pioneers and Their Exploits in Colorado and New Mexico. Belleville, Ill: D.R. Walsh, 2010.
     
  • Waters, Nancy Lee. Family diversity: The Lauer, Borgmeier, Bauer Families, Deutschland to Baltimore, Maryland and the MacCubblin's [sic], 1650 to 2006. Volume 2. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 2006.
     
  • Watkins, M. Joan (McCreedy). The Family of Eliza J. (McCreedy) and Samuel B. Brown (1841-2006) - Vol. 1.8. Livingston, Texas: The author, 2006.

  • Whipple, Blaine. 15 Generations of Whipples: Descendants of Matthew Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Abt. 1590-1647, an American Story. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 2007.

  • White, Emma Siggins, Mrs. Genesis of the White Family, a Connected Record of the White Family Beginning in 900 at the Time of Its Welsh Origin when the Name was Synn, and Tracing the Family into Ireland and England. Several of the Names Entered England with the Norman Conqueror. Representatives of the English Branch Emigrated to america in 1638. The Scotts of Scot's Hall in the County of Kent, England. One of the Oldest Recorded Families, their Traditionary History Beginning in Ireland about 300 B.C. The Authenticated Record Herein Given Dates Back to 400 A.D. Emigration to America was in 1740. Their Descendants are to be Found in Every State of the Union. Supplemental Records, Biographical Sketches and Coats of Arms of Nearly Seventy Allied Families. Kansas City, Missouri: Tiernan-Dart Printing Co., 1920.
     
  • White, Russell S. Our Heritage, the Family of Russell Sidney White and Edith Marion Nowers. Venice, Florida: The author, 2004.
     
  • White, Willis H. The Ancestry of Alila May Miller (1881-1960) of Miller Place, Long Island, New York. Rockland, Maine: Penobscot Press, 2007.
     
  • Whitt, Aileen Miller. Hawkins -- Leeds Family History. Amelia, Ohio: The author, 2005.
     
  • Wilbour, Benjamin Franklin, compiler. Little Compton Families. 5th edition. 2 vols. Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Company, Inc., 2007, 1997.
     
  • Willet, Albert James, Jr. Abraham Willet (c.1735-c.1805) of Onondaga County, New York. Bowie Maryland: Heritage Books, 2000.
     
  • Willet, Albert J. Willett Family of Pennsylvania. Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 1998.
     
  • Willoughby, William Franklin. The Zychlinski Family: Their Polish Ancestors and American Descendants. Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 2007. Story of the Zychlinskis, members of the Polish nobility, and Witold von Zychlinski, who immigrated to America, and his descendants.
     
  • Wilson, Duane E. Our Wilson Family, Being Some of the Descendants of William and Ann (Mackey) Wilson of Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Naperville, Illinois: The author, 2007.