Contributions Courtesy of:
Lisa ???
Deborah Byrd
Gladys Dunhan
Patricia Junkin
Daryl VerStreate, Jr.
Gratia (Dunham) Mahoney
David Lee Dunham
Jan Dunham

  • Plymouth Colony records / edited by C.H. Simmons, Jr. Camden, Me. : Picton Press, c1996- v. ; 24 cm. CALL NUMBER: F63 .S56 1996
  • Plymouth court records, 1686-1859 / edited by David Thomas Konig with an introductory essay by William E. Nelson. Wilmington, Del. : M. Glazier, 1978-1981. 16 v. : map ; 29 cm. CALL NUMBER: KFM2916.P55 A7 1686 [Late for our enquiry but may be helpful]
  • Plymouth records. Published by the Corporation of Plymouth. [n.d.] p. cm. CALL NUMBER: Z2024.P55 P56
  • A declaration of the warrantable grounds and proceedings of the first associates of the government of New-Plymouth; in their laying the first foundations of this government, and in their making laws, and disposing of the lands within the same. Together with the general fundamentals of their laws. Enacted, ordained, and constituted, by the authority of the associates of the colony of New-Plymouth. Boston, Printed and sold at Greenleaf's printing-office, 1773. 24 p. 19 cm. CALL NUMBER: F68 .N54 Am Imp
  • New Plymouth Colony. Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England / edited by Nathaniel B. Shurtleff. Bowie, Md. : Heritage Books, 1998. 2 v. ; 22 cm. CALL NUMBER: F63 .N483 1998

  • Allen County Public Library, Ft. Wayne, Indiana or Other Large Genealogical Library may have these. [GDM]
    1. Pryn Lewis-Harriet Singletary fam., GA
      Pine Barrens. St. Simons Island, GA:
      Jan 2002, Vol. 14, Iss.1
    2. Jon. Dunham aka Singletary, ca, 1639+, MA
      Essex Genealogist. Lynnfield, MA:
      Aug. 2001, Vol. 21, Iss. 3
    3. A.A. Singletary death notice, 1879, LA
      Baton Rouge. Baton Rouge, LA
      Fall 1998, Vol. 18, Iss. 3
    4. Thomas Singletary-Johyn Nelson probate
      Back to Bladen. Garland, NC
      Sept. 1994, Vol. - Iss. -
    5. W.C. Singletary-M.C. Boon Bible, 1844 +
      Cass County Connections. Atlanta, TX
      Dec. 1993, Vol. 19, Iss. 4
    6. George Singletary fam. & ranch, TX
      Texas Family Land Heritage. Austin, TX
      1992, Vol. 12, Iss. 2
    7. Singletary-McClure-Tullis farm. TX
      Texas Family Land Heritage. Austin, TX
      1992, Vol. 12, Iss. 2
    8. Stockbridge-Singletary, 1607-95, MA, SC
      Huxford Genealogical Society Magazine
      Homerville, GA
      Mar 1990, Vol. 17, Iss. 1
    9. Singletary family history, New Eng.
      Treasure Coast Genealogical Society Bulletin
      Fort Pierce, FL
      Spring 1986, Vol. 5
    10. Joseph Singletary (Pvt.), 1761-1844, NC
      Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine
      Feb. 1985, Vol. 119, Iss. 2
    11. Joseph Singletary bio., Leon Co., FL
      Magnolia Monthly . Crawfordville, FL
      Nov. 1975, Vol. 13, Iss. 11
    12. Singletary-Cook-Belknap note
      Missing Links-Genealogical Clues
      Burlington, VT
      Sept 1963, Vol. - Iss. 14
    13. Singletary Notes
      Kentucky Genealogist. Louisville, KY
      July 1962, Vol. 4, Iss. 3
      (Pat Junkin has.)
    14. Richard Singletary family, MA, NJ
      Colorado Genealogist. Denver, CO
      Mar 1942, Vol. 3, Iss. 6
    15. Books concerning the S.S. Robert Fulton and perhaps David Dunham b ca 1770 as a designer, as suggested by David Lee Dunham. Seek to learn David's ancestry probably back to Jonathan Dunham (alias Singletary):

  • Plymouth Colony records at the Boston Archives
  • Plymouth Town Records in Plymouth, MA
    2004, Patricia Junkin states, "Some court records were there about five years ago but the first book was 'misplaced.' If I remember correctly, the Plymouth Colony records were copied in about 1811 from what I consider originals so we may get some editorial license even with what we may deem original."

  • Records of deeds from 1664 to 1703 are in the NJ archives
  • Records from 1664 to 1790 in the Secretary of States office at Trenton, NJ
  • Records from 1790 to the present in New Jersey County clerks' offices
  • Wills and Administration of estates from 1682 to 1805 have been abstracted and published in the New Jersey State Archives
  • Wills and Administration of estates from 1804 at New Jersey County Court houses.
  • Rutger's Alexander Library Special Collections in New Brunswick, NJ has links to info on the genealogical and manuscript holdings. Rutgers link will also give you info on library hours and directions. In the parking garage, at a point nearest the library, there are about ten metered spaces, or timed metered parking spaces on the street.
  • Genealogical Society of New Jersey" for some information on collections, which are housed in Special Collections.
  • Heritage Quest On-Line: Transcribed & Typescript: Town Records of Newtown, New York, 1656-1734 (two volumes) and Minutes of Town Courts of Newtown, New York, 1656-1690. Tax Lists 1666-1667 (pp.19-20, 79, & 96-97).

  • Onondaga County Public Library located in The Galleries of Syracuse which is a mall/office complex located in downtown Syracuse, New York that concentrates strictly on early colonial records (1600s-1850s. They have an entire floor dedicated to this. The primary focus of the library's genealogy/history collection is the county and surrounding areas. Has a variety of books (mostly on history or transcriptions of vital/court records, etc.) and some films (not necessarily original records) on other areas like RI, MA, etc. It also has books from societies, family lineages, etc.

  • Microfilmed records or Early Transcriptions by the Genealogical Society of Utah: Available via local LDS Family History Centers across the country. Essex County, MA vital records were transcribed early 1800's in rule books and those rule books were filmed and are available. The films may be borrowed for the cost of mailing but may not be removed from the family history center. They remain on loan for around 4 weeks unless renewed.


  • Surname Listings for DUNHAM

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