Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, Vol. I (1623-1666), Abstracted and Indexed by Nell Marion Nugent, originally published by press of Dietz Print Company, Richmond, reprinted 1992 by the Virginia State Library and Archives by the authority of The Library Board, and with financial assistance of the Virginia State Library Foundation. ISBN 0-88490-174-2 (Volume I); ISBN 0-88490-175-0 (set). Index included, 767 pp. A tremendous resource for anyone who has ancestry in early Virginia.
Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, Vol. II (1666-1695), Abstracted and Indexed by Nell Marion Nugent, Indexed by Claudia B. Grundman, published 1977 by the Virginia State Library and Archives by the authority of The Library Board, and reprinted 1992. ISBN 0-88490-009-6 (Volume II); ISBN 0-88490-175-0 (set). Index included, 609 pp. A tremendous resource for anyone who has ancestry in early Virginia.
Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, Vol. III (1695-1732), Abstracted and Indexed by Nell Marion Nugent, Indexed by Arthur Barnes and Joy Dickinson Barnes (Patent Book 9), Lucille Gaines (Patent Book 10), Patricia Vail Higgs (Patent Book 11 and 14), Susan Oglesby (Patent Book 12), and Suzanne Smith Boyd (Patent Book 13), published 1979 by the Virginia State Library by the authority of The Library Board, and reprinted 1992 (3rd impression). ISBN 0-88490-083-5 (Volume III); ISBN 0-88490-175-0 (set). Index included, 578 pp. A tremendous resource for anyone who has ancestry in early Virginia.
Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants; Supplement - Northern Neck Grants No. 1 (1690-1692), Abstracted by Nell Marion Nugent, Indexed by Susan Bracey Sheppard. Published 1980, Virginia State Library, Richmond, under authority of The Library Board. Virginia State Library Publications, No. 47, Standard Serial Number 0083-6524, Standard Book Number 0-88490-088-6. Indexed, 18 pp. It seems like a short duration, and small locale, yet nevertheless, the 3th entry is about my NEWTON family, which just goes to show - you never know.
Cemetery Records of Bedford County, Tennessee (revised 1985), compiled by Helen C. & Timothy R. Marsh (Shelbyville, Tennessee). Copyright 1986, Southern Historical Press, Inc. (P.O. Box 1267, 375 West Broad Street, Greenville, S.C. 29602-1267). ISBN 0-89308-569-3. This volume is 340 pp., including 8 pages of surname index, and is prepended with 14 faint but useful maps which locate the cemeteries for which the volume includes. The volume is primarily of genealogical interest in that it contains the names and the birth and death dates, but in many cases not the tombstone inscription otherwise. Because of this, and because the compilation includes also some genealogical information not included on the tombstone inscriptions, the actual name recorded on the stone will occasionally not match exactly what is actually on the stone (the inclusion of maiden names which are not on the stone, for example). While this in cases can lead to confusion (maiden name showing as last name, for example), the volume nevertheless is a fantastic resource.
Index to the County Wills of South Carolina, (compiler) Martha Lou Houston. Originally Published: Columbia, SC, 1939. Reprinted: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1964, 1970, 1975, 1982. Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 64-19757. International Standard Book Number (ISBN) 0-8063-0185-6. Reprinted for Clearfield Company, Inc., by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1994, 1996, 2001. This volume contains a separate index compiled from the W.P.A. copies of each of the County Will Books, except those of Charleston County Will Books, in the South Carolina Collection of the University of South Carolina Library.
Land Deed Genealogy of Bedford County Tennessee 1807-1852, (compiled by) Helen C. Marsh & Timothy R. Marsh. Copyright 1988 by Southern Historical Press, Inc. (c/o The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., POBOX 738, Easley, SC, 29641-0738) ISBN 0-89308-610-X. Volume is 482 pages of exactly what you would expect it to be (full abstracts, citing original record book volume/page), complete with surname index.
Lentz Heritage, (collected and published by) John Paul Lentz. Printed in the United States of America by Meridional Publications, Wake Forest, North Carolina, 27587. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 85-081714. Copyright 1986 by John Paul Lentz, reprinted 1990. Records and Descendants of the Four Lentz Brothers who Settled in Rowan County, North Carolina between 1778 and 1782.
Logan County, Kentucky Cemeteries 2000, Logan County Genealogical Society, Inc., P. O. Box 853 Russellville, Kentucky 42276-0853. Printed by A. B. Willhite 4396 Coopertown Road Russellville, KY 42276. Copyright January, 2000. This volume is 717 pages, including 162 pages of every name index. This volume appears to be a comprehensive list of all known cemeteries/tombstone inscriptions of Logan County, Kentucky.
Original Land Titles in Delaware, Commonly Known as The Duke of York Record, Being an Authorized transcript from the Official Archives of the State of Delaware, and Comprising the Letters Patent, Permits, Commissions, Surveys, Plats and Confirmations by the Duke of York and Other High Officials, From 1646 to 1679. These records cover "the Dutch grant of lands from the year A.D. 1646 to the year 1657 inclusive, and of the Duke of York's grant of lands in Delaware from the year 1657 to 1680 inclusive." ISBN 1-55613-857-1.
Tombstone Records of Chester County, South Carolina and Vicinity Volume I, by Louise Kelly Crowder. Compiled from Old Family and Abandoned Church Graveyards. Copyright 1970, Louise Kelly Crowder, 157 York Street, Chester, S.C. "For more than fifteen years I have endeavored to collect the gravestone records of the early settlers of this area. It is my sincere hope that this volume, which is a part of the results of my effort, will be of value to those whose search for ancestors has been hampered by the lack of vital statistics in upper South Carolina."
Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Administration Accounts of Frederick County, Virginia (1743-1800), With Cemetery Inscriptions, Rent Rolls, and Other Data, by J. Estelle Stewart King. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. (Baltimore, MD, 1980). ISBN 0-8063-0900-8; Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 80-67937. This Volume includes Abstracts of Will Book I (1743-1751), Will Book II (1751-1760), Will Book III (1760-1770), Will Book IV (1770-1782), Will Book V (1783-1800); Rent Roll (1746); Land Holders (1750); Cemetery Inscriptions (Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia); Survery Warrants (one page, dates range 1744-1752). Volume contains 66 pages material, and 21 pages of an every name index, which includes number of instances of particular name on that page. Wills are abstracted in typical form.
Historical Records of Old Frederick and Hampshire Counties, Virginia (revised), by Wilmer L. Kerns, Ph.D. Heritage Books, Inc. (Bowie, MD, 20716), 1992. ISBN 1-55613-592-0; Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 92-70412. This volume contains 380 pages of material from a very wide variety of sources, plus 49 pages of every name index.
Births, Deaths and Sponsors 1717-1778 From the Albemarle Parish Register of Surry and Sussex Counties, Virginia, by John Bennett Boddie. "This register is important and unique in that it is the only existing complete register in that section of Virginia south of the James River extending from Brunswick to Princess Anne." Clearfield, 1958. Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 64-22294. ISBN 0-8063-0024-8.
Bedford County, Tennessee, Wills, Volume 1 & 2 (Jan 1861 - Jul 1922). Tennessee State Library & Archives Roll #96 [Probate Records (County or Chancery Court)]. 35mm. Will (true copy) images in each volume prepended by quasi-alphabetical (broken down by first letter of surname) index. Approximately 1,500 images.
National Archives and Records Administration Publication M258, Roll 20. 16mm. Publication M258 is "Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations Raised Directly by the Confederate Government". There are 123 rolls in this series, and they are indexed on microfilm M818. Rolls 19 through 22 deal with "8th (Wade's) Confederate Cavalry (2d Regiment, Mississippi and Alabama Cavalry)". Roll 20 contains the records of those with surnames beginning with "E" and continuing up to and through "K".