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The file ENDNOTES.TXT contains the list of references used in The Rambo Family Tree.  Within the paragraphs about your ancestor, you may see numbers enclosed in parenthesis, such as this: (589) or this: (589),, p. 32)  These numbers correlate to a reference number in this file, ENDNOTES.TXT.

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Rambo Family Tree; endnotes

0.    UCR - Record of Upland Court, 1676-1681, edited by Edward Armstrong, Historical Society of Pennsylvania Memoirs. Vol. 7.
0.    NJA - New Jersey Archives, 1st series.
0.    HTR -Holy Trinity Church Records at the Historical Society of Delaware
0.    RPN - Federal Writers Project, Records of the Swedish Lutheran Churches of Raccoon and Penns Neck, 1713-1786
0.    Burr, Horace, The Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, Del., 1697-1773 (Wilmington: 1890)
0.    Muhlenberg Journal - Muhlenberg, Henry Melchior, Theodore G. Tappert and John W. Doberstein, trans. The Journals of Henry Melchior Muhlenberg. Vol. 3 (Philadelphia: The Muhlenberg Press, 1958) (1711-1787)
1.    Johnson, Amandus. The Swedes on the Delaware, 1638-1664 (Philadelphia: International Printing Co., 1927)
2.    "The Early Rambo Family." Mattie Crooks Prestages's Maternal Line, Mimeo.  Probably produced by Rodney Prestage Homer .  See Our Prestage Family Line (Porterville, CA: Privately printed, 1976): pp. 76-78, 64-69, 35-49, 97-156.
3.    unused - Stryker-Rodda, Kenn. Genealogical Research. Vol. 2 (Washington, DC: 1971)
4.    Rambo, Simmeon Brooks, and Mary Emma Hamrick. The Rambo Heritage (Easley, SC: The Southern Historical Press,  Inc., 1983)
5.    REMOVED/moved - Rambo References. Vol. 3
6.    Dunlap, A. R., and C. A. Weslager. "More Missing Evidence: Two Depositions by Early Swedish Settlers (1684)." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 91 (1): pp. 35-45 (Jan 1967).  Includes fascimilies of Peter Gunnarson Rambo & Lars Cock signature marks.
7.    Attenborough, Rev. A. Allen. History of Christ Church (Old Swedes) Upper Merion, 1760-1960 (Eastwick, Alice Lees, pub., 1960): pp. 11, 13, 15, 21, 22, 24, 26, 30, 52, Appendix B (1754 census), Appendix C (1783 census), Appendix E (tombstone inscriptions).
8.    Rambo, Peter, and Swan Rambo. "Bible Records of Peter and Swan Rambo." Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
9.    Craig, Peter Stebbins. Letter to Beverly Rambo, 23 Oct 1985.
10.    Jordan, Wilfred, ed. "Rambo." in Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania. new series, vol. 7 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1936): pp. 272-285, 313.
11.    Nyberger, G. Svensk Ortforteckning (Stockholm, 1965): p. 709.
12.    Kalm, Peter. Travels in North America.  2 vols. Translated by Adolph B. Benson. (New York: Wilson-Erickson Inc., 1937. Reprint, New York: Dover Publications, 1964), vol. 2: pp. 712-713.  Originally published in two volumes, The America of 1750: Peter Kalm's Travels in North America.  Originally published in Stockholm 1753-61. ( Research needed: NEED to see the Swedish version for some lost, copied Gloria Dei Church records.  Kalm, Pehr. Resa till Norra Amerika. Vol. 4 (Helsingfors, 1929): pp. ca 219.)
13.    Acrelius, Israel. A History of New Sweden. Translated by William H. Reynolds. (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1874. Reprint, New York: Arno Press, 1972): pp. 183.  Also entitled Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Vol. 11 (same pub info).  The book was originally published in Stockholm in 1759.
14.    Johnson, Amandus. The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware, 1638-1664 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1911. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1969): pp. 463, 602, 664,
15.    Kalm, Peter. Tillagg Till Dagboken: p. 206.
16.    Myers, Albert Cook. Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West Jersey and Delaware, 1630- 1707 (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1912): p. 111.
17.    Odhner, Prof. C.T. "Founding of New Sweden." Translated by Gregory Keen. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 3 (4): p. 402 (1879).
18.    Gehring, Charles T. editor and translator. New York Historical Manuscripts Dutch: volumes XVIII-XIX, Delaware Papers (Dutch Period) 1648-1664  (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1981)
19.    Gehring, Charles T. editor and translator. New York Historical Manuscripts Dutch: volumes XX-XXI, Delaware Papers (English Period) 1664-1682  (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1977)
20.    Armstrong, Edward, ed. "The Record of the Court at Upland, in Pennsylvania, 1676 to 1681." Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Vol. 7 (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., for the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1860): pp. 35-165, esp. 67, 87, 134, 181-182.  Also entitled "Record of Upland Court." ( Details: online at website: http://www.westjerseyhistory.org/docs/upland/index.shtml )
21.    James Lawson Nursery, Rte 1, Box 294, Ball Ground, GA 30107, 1985.   Also see Spencer Ambrose  Beach, The Apples of New York (Albany: J.B. Lyon, printer, 1905).  See also, Roger Yepsen, Apples (New York: W.W. Norton, 1994): pp. 212-213
22.    REMOVED/moved to (10) - Wilfred Jordan, ed. "Rambo." in Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, new series, vol. 7, pp. 272-285
23.    Bean, Theodore W., ed. History of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1884): pp. 610-611, 1124-1129.  ( now transcribed onto USgenweb p. 709, 713)
24.    Philadelphia, PA, Deeds, E-1, vol. 5.
25.    Rudman, Rev. Andreas. "Early Swedish Records--Extracts from Parish Records of Gloria Dei Church, Philadelphia." Translated by Gregory Keen. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 2 (2): pp. 224-228 (1878).  List of families.
26.    Rambo, Ormond Jr. "The First Pioneers: The Rambo Family." American Swedish Yearbook (Philadelphia: 1948): pp. 1-19.
27.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book A, p. 423, will of Peter Rambo
28.    "Abstracts of Wills Recorded in Philadelphia." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 12 (3): p. 374 (1888).
29.    Williams, Richard, and Mildred Williams. Bucks County Pennsylvania: Pioneers of the Eighteenth Century (Danboro, PA: 1974): p. 51.
30.    Egle, William Henry, ed. Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, vol. 3 (Harrisburg: Clarence M. Busch, State Printer, 1894): pp. 4, 5, 7, 351, 165, 119, 710?.
31.    Carousso, Dorothee Hughes. "Esther King of Philadelphia and Bucks Counties." Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine (Philadelphia: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 24 (4): pp. 248, 257, 274, 275-276 (1966).
32.    Collin, Rev. "Subscription List, Wicacoa Church." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 2 (3): p. 342 (1878).
33.    REMOVED - Will of Gunnar Rambo, will book D
34.    Vacher, Edna Robertson. Genealogy of the Bankston (Benkestok) Family (Washington, DC: privately printed, 1947).
35.    Historical Society of Pennsylvania. "Notes." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 7 (1): pp. 106-107 (1883).  Returns of Inhabitants and Lands Owned and Improved in Portions of Philadelphia County in 1684.
36.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will book E, p. 133,  will of Peter Rambo, Sr.  NEED DATE PROVED
37.    Craig, Peter Stebbins. Letter to Beverly Rambo, 21 Apr 1985.
38.    Walmsley, George. Genealogy of the Mattson Family (Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1981).  This source has MANY known ERRORS.
39.    Cook, Lewis D. "Early Swedes and Finns of New Jersey in Public Office." The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey  (Newark, NJ: The  Genealogical Society of New Jersey), vol. 13 (1): pp. 13-17 (Jan 1939).
40.    Whitehead, William A., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume 2. 1687-1703. Archives of the State of New Jersey, 1st series, vol. 2 (Newark, NJ:  Daily Advertiser Printing House, 1881): pp. 146, 380.
41.    REMOVED - Nelson, William, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: Volume 23: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 1: 1670-1730. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 23 (Paterson, NJ:  The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901): p. 312.  "1699 Oct. 3.  Mattson, alias Dalbo, Peter." proved 1 Mar 1700-1 cites NJ Archives 21:662. inventory dated 2 Apr 1700.  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1670-1730.
42.    REMOVED, bad ref - Tepper, Michael, ed. Emigrants to Pennsylvania, 1641-1819 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1977)
43.    Buck, William. History of Montgomery County Within the Schuylkill Valley (Norristown, PA: 1859): pp. 24-26.
44.    Sandel, Rev. Andreas. "Extracts from the Journal of Rev. Andreas Sandel." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 30: (no. 119) pp. 287-299 (July 1906), (no. 120) 445-452 (Oct. 1906).
45.    Watson, John F. Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania in the Olden Time  (Philadelphia: Whiting & Thomas, 1856): p. 304.
46.    Nelson, William, ed., Patents and Deeds and Other Early Records of New Jersey, 1644-1703 (1899. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1982): p. 671.  Originally published as  Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: Volume 21: Calendar of Records in the Office of the Secretary of State, 1664-1703. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 21 (Paterson, NJ:  The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1899)
47.    REMOVED/renumbered 48 - Nelson, William, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: Volume 23: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 1: 1670-1730. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 23 (Paterson, NJ:  The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901): pp. 322-323 "1715 Oct. 8.  Moone, John (Moore)" proved ___.  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1670-1730.
48.    Nelson, William, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: Volume 23: Calendar of New Jersey Wills: Vol. 1: 1670-1730. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 23 (Paterson, NJ:  The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901): pp. 90-91, 312, 322-323. ( pp. 90-91 "1727 Sept. 30. Chester, William" re John Rambo [#6] proved 23 Mar 1727/8 cites Liber 2:514 and Gloucester Wills. inventory dated 2 Jan  1727-8.  p. 312 "1699 Oct 3. Mattson, alias Dalbo, Peter" proved 1 Mar 1700/1 cites NJ Archives 21:662. inventory dated 2 Apr 1700.  p. 322-323 "1715 Oct. 8.  Moone, John" [Moore] re John Rambo [#6] proved ---.)  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1670-1730.
49.    Federal Writers Project. Records of the Swedish Lutheran Churches at Raccoon and Penns Neck, 1713-1786 (Elizabeth, NJ: Colby and McGowan, Inc., 1938. Reprint, Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1982): pp. 36, 234-236, 238, 241, 244-245, 248-250,  252-267, 269, 271-272, 278, 291, 305, 307-308, 314, 316, 317, 322, 325, 327-330, 333-334. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.902 R11R.)
50.    Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: first series, Vol. 30: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 2, 1730-1750. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 30 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918): pp. 229-230, 327, 390, 408-409. ( pp. 229-230 "1744-5, Jan. 20. Helm (Helmus), Okeynus (Okinus)"[#62] proved 26 Oct 1750 cites Liber 7:151. inventory dated 11 Oct 1750.  p. 327 "1750, Oct. 20. Matson, Mathias"[#46] proved 13 Nov 1750 cites Liber 7:20. inventory dated 7 Nov 1750.  p. 390 "1739, Dec. 5. Rambo, Andrew"[#67] inventory 1 Sep 1739 cites Gloucester Wills 242 H.  p. 390 "1740, April 12. Rambo, John"[#7] proved 21 Nov 1741 cites Gloucester Wills 271 H. inventory dated 2 Nov 1741,  pp.408-409 "1736, Sept. 1. Rudman, Elizabeth"[#42] proved 2 Oct 1736 cites Liber E:283.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1730-1750.
51.    REMOVED - will of John Rambo[#6], Will Book H, p. 225
52.    REMOVED - History of Christ Church (Old Swedes) Upper Merion, 1760-1960.
53.    REMOVED - "will of Magdalena Bauerin." re Peter Rambo[#12], Abstracts of Wills of Philadelphia County." Publications of Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, vol. 15: p. 191.
54.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book K, p. 35, will of Peter Rambo
55.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book K, p. 359, will of Andrew Rambo
56.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book M, p. 436, will of Mounce Rambo
57.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book M, p. 100, will of Catherine Rambo
58.    Holstein, Anna M. Swedish Holsteins in America from 1644 to 1892 (Norristown, PA: M.R. Willis Printer, 1892).
59.    Craig, Peter Stebbins.  Historical research, 1985
60.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Administration Book G, p. 48
61.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Administration Book C, p. 280, LOA to Christian Rambo
62.    Webster, George I., (Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 26 Mar 1934).
63.    Barker, Charles R. "The Stony Part of the Schuykill." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 50 (4): p. 365 (1926).
64.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA,  Will Book I, p. 305, will of Elias Rambo
65.    Barb, Kirk B. The Ancestors and Descendants of Joseph Mason and Debby Ann Palmer, presented to the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, 1933.  Microfilm #10313, Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, CA.
66.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book 0: p. 84, will of Jacob Banson[#26].
67.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Administration Book D: p. 251 ( Conflicting information: or 261?), LOA to Barbara Bankson.  Also see The Pennsylvania Genealogy Magazine (Philadelphia: the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 28: p. 267 (1974).  Index entry only..]
68.    REMOVED/earlier - Simmeon Brooks Rambo and Mary Emma Hamrick, The Rambo Heritage (1983)
69.    REMOVED/moved - John Dye and Judy Dye, Rambo References. Vol. 1 (pub. Jan 1983)
70.    "Bible Records of Peter and Swan Rambo." Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
71.    Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. "Abstracts of Wills of Philadelphia County." Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. (Philadelphia: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 3 (3): p. 177 (Mar 1908).
72.    Torrence, Clayton, compiler. Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965): p. 349.
73.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book F, p. 110, will of Peter Rambo Jr.  NEED DATE PROVED.  Does will really have date of death??
74.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book H, p. 392, will of Margaret Rambo.  NEED DATE PROVED.  Does will really have date of death??
75.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book K, p. 262, will of Andrew Rambo
76.    "Early Swedish Records, Excerpts from Gloria Dei Church, Philadelphia: Deaths." Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, vol. 31: pp. 288, 295.  Also see Pennsylvania Vital Records. Vol. 1: p.15 or Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 2.
77.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book 0, p. 412, will of Jacob Rambo
78.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book 0, p. 84, will of John Rambo
79.    Springer, Courtland B., and Ruth L. Springer, eds. "Burial Records, 1713-65, Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church" Delaware History. Vol. 5 (Wilmington, DE: Historical Society of Delaware, 1952-53. Reprint, New York: Kraus Reprint Corporation, 1968): p. 196. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.1 D378a.)
80.    Keen, Gregory B. Descendants of Joran Kyn, Founder of Upland (Philadelphia: The Swedish Colonial Society, 1913): pp. 17, 37, 39-40, 63, 119-120.  See also Parts 1-4. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 3 (1): pp. 91, 92, 94-95, (3): pp. 337, 354-355; (4): p. 447 (1879); and vol. 4 (3): pp. 354, etc. (1880).
81.    Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: first series, Vol. 30: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 2, 1730-1750. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 30 (Somerville, NJ: The Union-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918): pp. 408-409.  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1730-1750.
82.    REMOVED/renumbered 49 - Federal Writers Project. The Records of the Swedish Lutheran Churches at Raccoon and Penns Neck, 1713-1786 (Reprint, Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1982)
83.    REMOVED/renumbered 48 - Nelson, William, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: Volume 23: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 1: 1670-1730. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 23 (Paterson, NJ:  The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901): p. 263. no, page 312!  "1699 Oct 3.  Mattson,  alias Dalbo, Peter."  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1670-1730.
84.    REMOVED/renumbered 50 - Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: first series, Vol. 30: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 2, 1730-1750. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 30 (Somerville, NJ: The Union-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918): pp. 326-327.  "1747, Nov. 3. Matson, Mathias"[#46] proved 22 Dec 1747 cites Liber 5:499. inventory dated 5 Dec 1747.  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1730-1750: p. 312. no, pages 326-327!
85.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book D,  p.  71,  will of John Rambo[#51]
86.    Rambo Family  Collection of Research Records.  Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  Land record for Andrew Rambo, Book H-10: p. 468; Orphans Court , Book 5: p. 46.
87.    Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. "Abstracts of Wills of Philadelphia County." Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. (Philadelphia: The Wickersham Printing Co., 1913), vol. 5 (2): pp. 191-193 (Mar 1913). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne.)
88.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book F: p. 161,  will of Breta Rambo[#54].
89.    Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. "Notes, Queries and Corrections." Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. (Philadelphia: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 9 (2): p. 188 (Mar 1925).  "Lord-Chick-Rambo" ( Also cataloged as Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine which was the title of later publications of the Society.)
90.    REMOVED/renumbered 292 - Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: first series, Vol. 30: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 2, 1730-1750. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 30 (Somerville, NJ: The Union-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918): pp. 229-230.  "1744-5, Jan. 20. Helm (Helmus) Okeynus (Okinus)"[#62] proved 26 Oct 1750 cites Liber 7:151. inventory dated 11 Oct 1750.  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calendar of Wills, 1730-1750.
91.    Minotty, Paul. The Records of Trinity Episcopal Church 1785-1975 (Woodbury, NJ:  Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1979). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.902 SW33M.)
92.    REMOVED/renumbered 292 - Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: first series, Vol. 32: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 3, 1751-1760. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 32 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1924): p. 263.  "1753, Apr. 18. Peter Rambo" proved 5 May 1753 cites Liber 7:361 inventory not dated.  Also known as  New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1751-1760.
93.    REMOVED - Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: first series, Vol. 30: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 2, 1730-1750. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 30 (Somerville, NJ: The Union-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918): p. 390.  "1739, Dec. 5. Rambo Andrew"[#] inventory dated 1 Sep 1739.  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1730-1750.
94.    Hendricks, Alice C., comp. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 5, 1939 (Washington, D.C.:Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1939): p. 262.  Mrs. Viola Bastian Clouse, Daughters of American Colonists member #4782.
95.    Rambo Family Collection of Research Papers.  Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  Deed by Gabriel Rambo, Deeds, I-4: p. 149.
96.    Rupp, Daniel, Thirty Thousand Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania from 1727 to 1776 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1975): pp. 469-70.
97.    Keen, Gregory B. "Family Record of Mons Rambo, 1693-1912."  Typed manuscript.  Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
98.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book S, p. 195, will of Mounce Rambo.  NEED DATE PROVED
99.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Administrations Book G, LOA to Michael Rambo, p. 126.
100.    Philadelphia, PA, Orphans Court, Book 5: p. 123.  Guardians selected by children of Michael Rambo, deceased.
101.    "Gloria Dei Church Records: Marriages and Deaths, 1750-1789."  Mormon Genealogical Library,  Los Angeles, microfilm 511806.
102.    Linn, John B., and Wm. H. Egle, eds. "Marriage Record of Christ Church, Philadelphia, 1709-1806." Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vol. 2 (Harrisburg: B. F. Meyers, State Printer, 1876): pp. 13, 210.  Also see "Marriage Record of the Swedes' Church (Gloria Dei), 1750-1810." Also see vol. 2: pp. 408; NOTE that vol. 2 gives the date of license rather than of marriage.  Also see vol. 8 (1878).  Also see vol. 9 (1890)
103.    Rambo, Lillian N. Family Records of Vincent Rambo. (Toms River, NJ., 1976).
104.    Marple, A. A. "Christ (Swedes) Church, Upper Merion." Historical Sketches, A Collection of Papers Prepared for the Historical Society of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Vol. 1 (Norristown, PA: Herald Printing and Binding Rooms, 1895): p. 243. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 M74his separate index.)
105.    Egle, William Henry, ed. Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd series, vol. 14 "Provincial Papers: Proprietary, Supply, and State Tax Lists of the City and County of Philadelphia for the Years 1769, 1774 and 1779" (Harrisburg, PA: Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer, 1897): p. 453.  This volume contains only tax lists of Philadelphia County.
106.    "Gloria Dei Church Records: Baptisms, 1750-1878." Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm 511805.
107.    "The Lippincott Bible Record and the Rambo Family." The Mame Wood Collection.  Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
108.    Stipes, Millard. Genealogy and History of the Related Keyes, North and Cruzen Families (Jamesport, MO: published by author, 1914. Reprint, Salem, MA: Higginson Book Company, not dated): pp. 18-19, 32-72, 237-245 ff.
109.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 4 (Chicago, IL: The Virkus Company, 1930): pp. 198, 309-310, 375, 524. ( p. 198 "Gardiner, Margaret Eleanor Hench (Mrs. Philip S.)[#12241119].  pp. 309-310: "Janney, Mahlon Hopkins"[#121A2112].  p. 375 "Maltby, Martha Stanley Humphreys (Mrs. Arthur N.)"[#12192112].  p. 524 " Weary, Ruth Jordan (Mrs. Franklin G.)[#12131183])  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
110.    Johnson, Ralph, and David Bergey. Genealogical Landmarks and Milestones of Lower Perkiomen Country (Allentown, PA: Berkemeyer-Keck Co., 1934): pp. 102-104, and others.
111.    Barrow, Rev. A. J. "St. James's, Perkiomen." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 19 (1): pp. 87-90 (1895).
112.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA,  Will Book L, will of John Rambo, p. 108. NEED DATE PROVED
113.    Pennsylvania German Society. Pennsylvania German Church Records. Vol. 1 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983): pp. 383, 432, 466, 477, 589, 619, 669; 446, 454; 458.
114.    Egle, William Henry, ed."Tax Lists." Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, vols. 15, 16.(Harrisburg: Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer, 1897)
115.    Egle, William H. Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Dauphin County (Chambersburg, PA: J. M. Runk & Co. Pub., 1896): p. 23. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 D26co; Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh.)
116.    Map of Roads, Montgomery, Lancaster, Berks, Dauphin Co. PA, 1907.
117.    Hampshire Co., West Virginia.  will of Peter Peters proved 9 Mar 1773,
118.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book L, p. 112, will of William Rambo.  NEED DATE PROVED
119.    Gwynne, Jacob Merle. The Cousin Connection and Genealogy of the Lincoln Cousins.  (privately printed by author, 1977)  A copy is available at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
120.    Eberhardt, Lee. family records.
121.    Jones, U. J., and Floyd G. Hoenstine. History of the Early Settlement of the Juniata Valley (Harrisburg, PA: The Telegraph Press, 1940): pp. 59-61, 401-406.
122.    Montgomery County, PA Records. "Church records, marriages, family Bible records, etc." Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm F6008.
123.    Montgomery County, PA (Norristown) Deeds Book 4: p. 202.  Mathias Rambo to son, Ezekiel.
124.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book 0: p.  141. will of Peter Rambo.[#191]
125.    Barker, Charles R. "The Gulph Mill." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 53 (2): pp. 182-83 (1929).
126.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA,  Will Book 0: p. 436. will of Jonas Rambo[#194]
127.    Jordon, John W. "Luken Family." Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography. Vol. 1 (New York: Lewis Publishing Co., 1914): p. 169.
128.    Johnson, William Perry, ed. 'Colonial "Census" of North Carolina (Land Rights Proved, 1741-1752).' Journal of North Carolina Genealogy (Raleigh, NC: privately printed), vol. 12 (4): p. 1767 (Winter 1966). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.6 N81noc w/ index. don't confuse with North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal.)
129.    Lefler, Hugh, and Paul Wager, eds. Orange County, 1752-1952 (Chapel Hill, NC: The Orange Printshop, 1953): pp. 166, 289.
130.    Smith, Carl Thurman, abstractor. "Philadelphia County Administration Book D." The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine ( Philadelphia: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 28 (4): p. 254 (1974). ( Details: Swan Bankson, deceased.)
131.     Barratt, Norris Stanley. Outline of the History of Old St. Paul's Church Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: Colonial Society of Pennsylvania, 1917): pp. 29, 31, 32, 39, 105, 122, 164, 166, 170, 199-200, 225, 237, 239, 269, 272.
132.    MacKenzie, George Norbury, ed. "Theodore Glentworth III." in Colonial Families of the United States. Vol. 4 (Baltimore: The Seaforth Press, 1914): pp. 164-171.
133.    Williams, Kathryn E. "Linton Bible." The Report (Mansfield, OH: Ohio Genealogical Society), vol. 13 (3): pp. 118-121 (Fall 1973).
134.    Cabeen, Francis Von A. "Society of the Sons of Saint Tammany of Philadelphia." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 26 (3): pp. 339, 341 (1902).  Plunket Fleeson.
135.    Kelly, Dolorus. family records.
136.    Hamrick,  Mary Emma. N. Charleston, SC, family records, 1984 ( Conflicting information: Edgefield Co., SC, Will Book A-B: pp. 34-35.  Will of Lawrence Rambo proved 16 Aug 1782. vs Abbeville Co.)
137.    Brown, Richard Maxwell. South Carolina Regulators (Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1963)..
138.    Hendrix, GeLee, and Morn Lindsay, compilers. The Jury Lists of 1778-1779 (Greenville, SC: privately printed, 1975): pp. 80-81, 97-98.
139.    Rambo, Daniel. family Bible owned by Regina Rambo Murph, Eufala, AL, 1938.
140.    Bell, Landon C. Lunenburg County, Virginia, Wills 1746-1825 (Berryville, VA: Virginia Book Co., 1972): #414, no page numbers.
141.    Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Abstracts of Augusta Co., 1745-1800. Vol. 3 (Rosslyn, VA: The Commonwealth Co., 1912): pp. 272, 291, and 362.
142.    Long, Harry.  Quadrangle Topographic Map, Overlay for Tenth Legion.  Smith Creek Surveys, Augusta Co, Virginia.
143.    Joint Committee of Hopewell Friends. Hopewell Friends History, 1734-1936 (Strasburg, VA: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1936): pp. 123-124, 237, 265, 269, 341, 378, 379, 381, 383, 390, 394, 398, 412, 414.
144.    Marriage license for Jacob Rambo and Catherine Huling. Virginia State Library, Richmond, VA.
145.    Strickler, Harry. Old Tenth Legion Marriages: Rockingham County, Virginia from 1778-1816 (Dayton, VA:  Joseph K. Ruebush Co., 1928): p. 97.  Jacob Rambo and Catherine H.
146.    Davidson, Grace Gillam, compiler. "lineage of Catherine (Mounce) Huling Rambo." Early Records of Georgia: Wilkes County. Vol. 2 (Macon, GA:  J. W. Burk Co. 1932): p. 88.
147.    Davidson, Grace Gilliam. "Robert Toombs." Lucas, Silas Emmett Jr., ed. Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Easley, SC: published by the editor), no. 44-45 (Spring & Summer 1972): pp. 250-251.
148.    REMOVED Ohio, Washington County Probate Record, Book 1: p. 57. will of Jacob Rambo.   need DATE PROVED  See also:  Bell, Carol W., Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850.  An Index,  p. 287.
149.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book K: p. 262, will of Andrew Rambo [#34]
150.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book N: p. 520, will of Elias Rambo [#336]
151.    REMOVED - Philadelphia, PA, Will Book X: p. 547, will of Bridget Rambo [#336]
152.    Collin, Rev. Nicholas. "A Brief Account of the Swedish Mission." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 16 (3): pp. 350-51 (1892).
153.    Church Histories of Pennsylvania, Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #2155.
154.    "Old Rambo-Johnson Bible." Rambo Bible Records Collection, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
155.    Eckman, Jeannette. Crane Hook on the Delaware, 1667-1699 (Newark: Univ. of Delaware, 1958): pp. 105-138.
156.    Olson, Judy Dalton. family records.
157.    Osborne, Kate Hamilton, ed. Historical and Genealogical Account of Andrew Robeson of Scotland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania and of His Descendants from 1653-1916 (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1916) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 929.2 R5491o.)
158.    Montgomery, Morton L. History of Berks County, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: Everts, Peck & Richards, 1886)
159.    Tranberg, Rev. Peter. "A Pastoral Letter of Rev. Peter Tranberg." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 13 (4): p. 480-481 (1889).
160.    Minotty, Paul. Records of the Moravian Church at Oldman's Creek (Woodbury, NJ:  Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1968): pp. vii, 3-14, 25, 28, 30-40, 53, 61, 65-77, 103. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.901 G51m.)
161.    Colonial Dames of Delaware. A Calendar of Delaware Wills, New Castle County, 1682-1800 (New York: Frederick Hitchcock, Publisher, 1911)
162.    REMOVED Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 38: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 9, 1796-1800. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 38 (Newark, NJ: New Jersey Law Journal Printers, 1944): p. 246. ( p. 246 "1798, Feb. 7. Matson, William". proved 14 Nov 1799 cites Liber 38:370, inventory dated 19 Nov 1799 cites File 2252H.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1796-1800. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
163.    Cook, Lewis D., Isaac M. Philhower, and Russell B. Rankin. "Gloucester County Gravestones: Trinity Church Yard, Swedesboro." R. B. Rankin, ed. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey (Newark, NJ: The Genealogical Society of New Jersey), vol. 13 (2): pp. 33-39, 66, 67 (April 1938).
164.    Pittman & Walker. "Herbert DuPuy." in Americans of Gentle Birth. Vol. 1 (Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Co., 1970):  pp. 99-100.
165.    Hildeburn, Charles R. "Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 15 (4): p. 488 (1891).  See also Charles R. Hildeburn, comp., Baptisms and Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709-1760 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1982) ( also see ref (606).)
166.    Philadelphia, PA, Orphans Court, Book 5: pp. 46, 51, 84, 87, 159.  Estates of Andrew Rambo and John Lord.
167.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 37: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 8, 1791-1795. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 37 (Jersey City, NJ: Scott Printing Co., Printers, 1942): p. 171. ( p. 171 "1793, Apr. 30. Helms, John". proved 15 Dec 1791 cites Liber 32:241; File 1843Q.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1791-1795. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
168.    Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 33: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 4, 1761-1770. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 33 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1928): p. 250. ( p. 250 "1763, June 23. Linch, Samuel"[#622] proved 7 Sep 1763 cites Liber 11:450. inventory dated 5 Sep 1763.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1761-1770. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
169.    Hammond, H. Edgar, and Ruth L. Springer. 'The Hendricksons of Crum Creek and the "Old Swedes House."' Pennsylvania Biographies. Vol. 1 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982): pp. 789-821.
170.    Craig, H. Stanley, comp. Salem County, New Jersey Genealogical Data. Vol. 1 (Merchantville, NJ,: privately printed, undated): pp. 298, 152-153, 201, 311, 206-207, 113, 97, 160, 310-311, 108.  Contains Old Pittsgrove Presbyterian Cemetery Records. ( Details: Original available in Ft. Wayne 974.901 SA3ca.)
171.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 35: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 6, 1781-1785. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 35 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1939): p. 76. ( p. 76 "1781, Feb. 25. Champneys, Joseph". proved 3 Apr 1781, inventory dated Apr 1781 cites Liber 23:387.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1781-1785. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
172.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 36: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 7, 1786-1790. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 36 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1941): p. 183. ( p. 183 "1787, March 3. Rambo, John". proved 30 Mar 1787, inventory dated 28 Mar 1787 cites Liber 29:94.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1786-1790. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
173.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 35: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 6, 1781-1785. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 35 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1939): p. 323. ( p. 323 "1779, July 6. Reeves, Thomas". proved 1 Jun 1782 cites Liber 23:318.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1781-1785. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
174.    Nelson, William, New Jersey Colonial Documents:  Marriage Records 1665-1800 (Baltimore: Geneal. Publishing Co., 1967)
175.    Jackson, Ronald Vern, ed. New Jersey Tax Lists, 1772-1822. Vol. 3 (Salt Lake City: Accelerated Indexing Systems, Inc., 1981): pp. 2631-2633.
176.    Rankin, R. B., ed. "Deptford Township Dog-Owners of 1773." Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey (New Brunswick, NJ: Genealogical Society of New Jersey), vol. 22 (1): pp. 17-18 (Jan 1947).
177.    REMOVED - "will of Benjamin Rambo." New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1806-1809: p. 273.
178.    Philadelphia, PA,  D. C. 11, Deed by John and Mounce Rambo, p. 476.  Rambo family Research Collection.  Historical Society of Pennsylvania Library.
179.    Chester Co., PA, "Administration Index 1714-1844." Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #2376.
180.    REMOVED - Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 34: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 5, 1771-1780. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 34 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1931): p. 413. ( p. 413 "1775, March 12. Rambo, Thomas"[#681] proved 5 Apr 1775. inventory dated 18 Mar 1775 cites Liber 17:161.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1771-1780. ( See also refs (271) & (299).)
181.    "Associators and Militia." in Pennsylvania Archives, 5th series, vol. 7, 6th series, vols. 1, 2, 3, 7, 8.
182.    Baker, Charles R. "Graveyard Inscriptions of Christ Episcopal Church (Old Swedes), Upper Merion Township..." Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. (Philadelphia: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 14 (3): pp. 257-266 (Oct 1944).  Also see vol. 15: pp. 70-98.
183.    Philbrook, Mary, of the American Registry, Washington, D.C. Letter to the Swedish Colonial Society, 1935.  Rambo Family Collection, Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
184.    Burr, Horace, translator. Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church, Wilmington, Del., 1697-1773 (Wilmington: Historical Society of Delaware, 1890): pp. 364, 754.
185.    DeValinger, Leon Jr. Reconstructed 1790 Census of Delaware. Christiana Hundred (Washington, D.C.: National Genealogical Society, 1962): p. 17.
186.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 150, 1919 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1936): pp. 70-71.  Mrs. Jessie A. McCreary Johnson, D.A.R. member #149220.
187.    Hendricks, Alice C., comp. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 7, 1946 (Washington, D.C.:Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1946): pp. 266-267.  Mrs. Christiana R. Evans Zeigler, Daughters of American Colonists member #6683.
188.    Hoenstine, Floyd. 1955 Yearbook of Pennsylvania Sons of American Revolution.  Descendants of Rambos and Norths.
189.    Egle, William Henry, ed. Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd series, vol. 24 "Provincial Papers: Warrantees of Land in the Several Counties of the State of Pennsylvania, 1730-1898" (Harrisburg, PA: Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer, 1898): pp. 255, 738-739.
190.    Daughters of the American Revolution. D.A.R. Patriot Index (Washington, D.C.: privately printed, 1966): p. 499.
191.    Tankersley, Joan. family records.
192.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 4 (Chicago, IL: The Virkus Company, 1930): p. 524. ("Lineage of Ruth Jordan Weary." Also see Vol. 4: p. 524.)  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
193.    Jordan, Wilfred, ed. "Hutchinson." in Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, new series, vol. 6 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1935): pp. 160-164.
194.    Fitler, Elizabeth Parker, extractor. "Genealogical Gleanings from the Pennsylvania Evening Post: 1777." Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine (Philadelphia: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 31 (4): p. 297 (1980).
195.    Schively, Miss R. H., ed. Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of the Juniata Valley, comprising the Counties of Huntington, Mifflin, Juniata, and Perry Pennsylvania containing Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens and Many of the Early Settlers. (Chambersburg, PA: J. M. Runk & Co., 1897): pp. 795-796, 823, 1095-1097. ( Biographical sketches from patrons.) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 W67p.)
196.    Jardine, Georgia. "Children of David Todd." California DAR Ancestry Guide, 1976: p. 591.
197.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 4 (Chicago, IL: The Virkus Company, 1930): p. 375. ( vol. 4: p. 375 "Lineage of Martha Humphreys Maltby.")  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
198.    Hendricks, Alice C., comp. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 5, 1939 (Washington, D.C.:Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1939): p. 36.  Miss Adria Almira Wood, Daughters of American Colonists member #4097.
199.    Waldenmaier, Nellie P. Oaths of Allegiance to the United States of America (Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Press, 1944): pp. 48, 54-55.
200.    Wilson, James, and  John Fiske, eds. "Caleb North." Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. 4 (New York: O. Appleton & Co., 1888): p. 533.
201.    Johnson, Mrs. Jane. North family records.
202.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 6 (Chicago, IL: The Institute of American Genealogy, 1937): p. 319. ( vol. 6: p. 319 "Ickes, Harold L.")  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
203.    "The Todd Ancestors of Mary Todd Lincoln." The Lincoln Kinsman, vol. 26 (Fort Wayne, IN: Aug. 1940)
204.    Albert, George. History of Westmoreland Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: L. H. Everts & Co., 1882): pp. 190, 212, 635.
205.    Westmoreland Co., PA, Vital Statistics. "Marriages and Deaths from the Westmoreland Republic." microfilm.  See also Bob Closson and Mary Closson, comps. Index to Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1773-1896 (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1986).
206.    REMOVED/moved - John and Judy Dye, Rambo References. Vol. 2
207.    Montgomery, Pat. family records.
208.    Williams, Richard T., and Mildred C. Williams, eds. "Assessment East Hanover Township, Dauphin County, 1785." Pennsylvania Traveler Post (Danboro, PA: published by the editors), vol. 17 (3): p. 30 (May 1981).
209.    "Reformed Church Records, Pennsylvania." Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #6744.
210.    Summers, Lewis, compiler. Annals of Southwest Virginia, 1769-1800 (Abington, VA: Published by the author, 1929),  p. 1310.  Also see Washington County, VA Deeds Book 1: page 423.
211.    Virginia, Washington County Land Records.
212.    Lincoln, Waldo. Lincoln Genealogy (Worcester, MA., 1923)
213.    Ross, Howard DeHaven Jr. History of the DeHaven Family. 4th ed. (New York: Pandick Press, 1929) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne; Library of Congress  CS71.322. Dorothy Bertine says inaccurate in some details.)
214.    Prentice, Martha Jenkins. Daughters of the American Revolution. unpublished lineage: member #502713.
215.    Hendricks, Alice C., comp. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 7, 1946 (Washington, D.C.:Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1946): pp. 243-244.  Mrs. Elizabeth Rambo Shearon Walters, Daughters of American Colonists member #6615.
216.    Montgomery County, PA (Norristown), Deeds Book 4: p. 202.  Land deed of Mathias Rambo to Ezekiel Rambo dated 1 Jan 1773.
217.    Jenkins, Robert E. [#1712246] Jenkins Family Book (Chicago, IL: privately printed, 1904): pp. 30-38, 54-59, 105. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne; SLC; DAR libraries.)
218.    Montgomery Co., PA (Upper Merion), Christ (Old Swedes) Church Records.  (Montgomery Co. Historical Society microfilm).  Available at the Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #275.
219.    Pennsylvania Quaker Monthly Meeting Records.  Available at the Mormon Genealogical Library, microfilm #2955.
220.    "Miscellaneous Church Records, Family Bible Records."  (Montgomery County Historical Society microfilm).  Available at the Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #2856. Rambo family records.
222.    "Jesse Rambo's service." New Ancestor List,1982 supplement, DAR Patriot Index (Washington, D. C., 1982)
223.    Johnson, William Perry, ed. "Petition of inhabitants  of Anson Co. re: formation of Montgomery Co." Journal of North Carolina Genealogy (Raleigh, NC: privately printed), vol. 10 (1): p. 1244 (Spring 1964).
224.    Lucas, Rev. Silas Emmett Jr. Index to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia, 1756- 1909 (Vidalia, GA: Georgia Genealogical Reprints, 1970): p. 28.
225.    Fries, Adelaide, ed. Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, 1752-1775. Vol. 2 (Raleigh, NC, 1968): p. 535.
226.    Johnson, William Perry, ed. "Montgomery County Land Entries, 1779-1795." Journal of North Carolina Genealogy (Raleigh, NC: privately printed), vol. 11 (2): p. 1475 (Summer 1965).  Also see vol. 13 (3): p. 1934 (Fall 1967)..  Also see vol. 17 (2): pp. 2668 (Winter 1971)..
227.    Davidson, Grace G. Early Records of Georgia, Wilkes County. Vol. 2 (Macon, GA: J.W. Burke Co., 1932): pp. 46, 74, 204, 226, 290.
228.    McCall, Mrs. Howard H., compiler. Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia  (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968):  pp. 30, 96, 188.
229.    Hay, Gertrude Sloan, historian. Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution (Durham, NC: The North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution, 1932. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1972): pp. 457, 572
230.    National Archives and Records Service. Revolutionary War Pensions and Bounty Land Warrants Application Files (National Archives Microfilm Publications, 1969) microfilm #M804, roll #135. "Bankson."
231.    McCullough, ElaRuth Bankston. Bankston family records
232.    Goshow, Mildred. "A Study of the Righter-Reiter Families." Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine (Philadelphia: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 21 (1): pp. 29-30, 39-40  (1958).
233.    Cook, Lewis D. "The Gunning Bedford Family." Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine (Philadelphia: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 30 (1):  pp. 13-14, 19-21 (1977).
234.    Edgefield County, SC. Will Book A: p. 26.  will of George Mock  Jr.
235.    "The Rambo Family." William Laimbeer Collection. Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
236.    Warren, Mary Bondurant. Citizens and Immigrants: South Carolina, 1768 (Danielsville, GA:  Heritage Papers, 1980): p. 20
237.    Pierce, John H. "Papers." Arkansas History Commission, Little Rock, AR 72201.
238.    Ninety-Six District Court of the Ordinary (Abbeville, SC). Estate Papers Box 80, Pack 1956; Microfilm AB37 at SC Archives.  "Will of Lawrence Rambo."
239.    Gandee, Lee R., abstractor. "Lexington County, S.C., Equity Records." Lucas, Silas Emmett Jr., ed. Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Vidalia, GA: published by the editor), no. 41 (Summer 1971): p. 328.
240.    Holcomb, Brent. Memorialized Records of Lexington District South Carolina, 1814-1829 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1978): p. 4.
241.    Moss, Bobby G. Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983): p. 799.
242.    Revill, Janie, copier. Revolutionary Claims Filed in North Carolina (Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Co., 1969): p. 283.
243.    Locus, Rev. Silas Emmett Jr. Abbeville District, South Carolina Marriages, 1775-1892 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979): p. 52.
244.    Herndon, John Goodwin. The Herndon Family of Virginia. Vol. 1 (privately printed, 1947)
245.    Hendrix, Ge Lee Corley, compiler. Indexes of Edgefield County, S.C.: Probate Records. Vol. 1 (Greenville, SC: privately printed, 1979): p. 35.
246.    Huxford, Folks, ed. "Legals & News Items From Old Georgia Newspapers." Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Homerville, GA: published by author), no. 12 (Apr. 1964): p. 736.  From the Augusta Chronicle and Gazette of the State, Augusta, GA.
247.    Young, Willie Pauline. Abstracts of Old Ninety-Six and Abbeville District Wills and Bonds (Abbyville, SC: 1950): p. 152.
248.    McCabe, Alice Smythe, ed. Gwinnett County Georgia Families, 1818-1968 (Atlanta, GA:  Cherokee Publishing Co., 1980): pp. 35, 114, 184, 238-239, 361-362, 415.
249.    Flanigan, James. History of Gwinnett County, Georgia (Hopeville, GA: Tyler & Co., 1943): pp. 182, 186, 356-360.
250.    Smith, James F. Cherokee Land Lottery (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1838. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1969): pp. 70, 175.
251.    Gwinnett Daily News, Lawrenceville, GA. May 14, 1978.
252.    Virginia Archives, Richmond, VA. Augusta County Court Martial Records, 1756-1796: pp. 61, 63, 77, 80.
253.    Wayland, John W. "Marriages by Rev. John Alderson" in Virginia Valley Records: Genealogical and Historical Materials of Rockingham County, Virginia, and Related Regions (with Map) (Strasburg, VA: Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc., 1930. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965): p. 154. ( Details: Original available in Ft. Wayne 975.501 R591wa.)  See also: William and Mary College: Quarterly Historical Magazine, 2nd series (Williamsburg, VA: William and Mary College), vol. 8 (3): p. 194-195 (Jul 1928). ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 975.502 W67WM.  A photostat of the church book is available at the Pennsylvania Genealogical Society & at the Library of Congress.)
254.    Sims, Edgar Barr. Sims Index to Land Grants in West Virginia (Charleston, WV: Rose City Press, 1952): p. 153.
255.    Hinshaw, William Wade. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. Vol. 6 (Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Brothers, Inc., Printers, 1950): p. 604
256.    REMOVED Johnson, Ross, compiler. West Virginia Estate Settlements (Fort Worth, TX: American Reference Publishers, 1969): p. 92.  Will of Joseph Rambo.
257.    Wright, Marie Runyan. Tracking Barefoot Runyan: Descendants of Isaac Barefoot Runyan (Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc. 1980)
258.    Washington County, Ohio. Probate Record Book 1: p. 57.  Will of Jacob Rambo.
259.    Waters, Margaret. Indiana Land Entries (Knightstown, IN, 1977): p. 32.
260.    Fox, Henry Clay, ed. Memoirs of Wayne County. Vol. 1 (Madison, WI: Western Historical Assoc., 1912): p. 233
261.    Rambo, Richard W. family records.  Also see "Boston Township."[#31C324] History of Wayne County, Indiana. Vol. 2 (Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Co., 1884): pp. 303-304.
262.    Dorman, John Frederick, pub. "Some Marriages of the Rev. Paul Henkel." Virginia Genealogist (Washington, D.C.), vol. 17 (4): p. 244 (Oct-Dec 1973).
263.    Criscione, Catherine. family research®SZ12PT¯
264.    Ashby, Bernice M., compiler. Shenandoah County, Virginia Marriage Bonds, 1772-1850 (Berryville, VA: Virginia Book Co., 1967): p. 101.
265.    Jordan, Frederic G. "Knight Family;  The Worrell Line." in Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography. Vol. 25 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1945): pp. 47-49.
266.    Dorland, W.A. Newman. "The Second Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 49 (2): pp.  183-184, 165 (1925).  Biography of Isaac Worrell submitted by Sarah C. Leake.  Also see minor mention in vol. 17 (4): p. 473 (1893).
267.    Clark, Edward L. A Record of the Inscriptions on the Tablets and Gravestones in the Burial Grounds of Christ Church, Philadelphia (Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 1864): pp. 427, 231, 567-568, 401-402, 602, 254. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne.)
268.    "Rare Swedish Book." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 42 (3): p. 285 (1918).
269.    Church Records of Pennsylvania.  Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #2155.
270.    New Jersey Deed Books U:420, U:243.  Land conveyances of Peter Mattson.
271.    Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 34: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 5, 1771-1780. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 34 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1931): pp. 421-422. ( pp. 421-422 "1771, June 10. Richman, Jacob"[#462] proved 24 Dec 1772. inventory dated 14 Dec 1772 cites Liber 16:41.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1771-1780. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
272.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 35: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 6, 1781-1785. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 35 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1939): pp. 326-327. ( p. 326 "1782, June 17. Richman, Andrew". inventory dated 14 Jun 1782 cites Liber 23:342.  Also pp. 326-327 "1783, July 14. Richman, Catherine". proved 3 Apr 1781, inventory dated Apr 1781 cites Liber 23:387.  Also p. 327 "1779, Jan. 6. Richman, Henry". proved 15 Sep 1787, inventory dated 15 Jan 1779 cites Liber 29:133.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1781-1785. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
273.    Nelson, William. New Jersey Marriage Records, 1665-1800 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co.)
274.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 36: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 7, 1786-1790. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 36 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1941): p. 188. ( p. 188 "1787, March 25. Richman, William". proved 2 Jun 1789, inventory dated 5 May 1789 cites Liber 31:346.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1786-1790. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
275.    "Pittsgrove Baptist Church Marriages." Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, vol. 2: pp. 102-105, 125-126.
276.    Munsell, Frank, ed. "DuPuy, Herbert." American Ancestry: Giving Name and Descent, in the Male Line, of Americans whose Ancestors Settled in the United States Previous to the Declaration of Independence, A.D. 1776. Vol. 8 (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1893): pp. 197-198.
277.    Deats, Hiram E., comp. "The Hunterdon Militia, 1792." R. B. Rankin, ed. Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey (New Brunswick, Newark, NJ: The Genealogical Society of New Jersey), vol. 9 (2): p. 95 (Jan-Apr 1934).
278.    Deats, Hiram Edmund, comp. Marriage Records of Hunterdon, New Jersey, 1795-1875: Being an Index to the Marriages Recorded in the Office of the County Clerk at Flemington, NJ. Vol. 1 (Flemington, NJ: Killgore Press, 1918): p. 225. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.901 H91d.)
279.    Newkirk, Adamson Bentley, and Thomas Jefferson Newkirk. Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania: The van Nieuwkirk, Nieukirk, Newkirk Family (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1934) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 929.2 N459n.)
280.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 36: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 7, 1786-1790. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 36 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1941): pp. 167-168. ( pp. 167-168 "1786, Aug. 28. Neukirk [Nieukirk], Garritt". proved 20 Nov 1786, inventory dated 13 Sep 1786 cites Liber 28:151.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1786-1790. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
281.    Minotty, Paul, ed. The History and Records of Saint Peter's Episcopal Church at Berkeley and Clarksboro (Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1974): pp. 14-16, 18, 22-25,27-29, 33, 39, 49, 53, 65-69, 100, 109, 127, 132-133. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.901 G51g.)
282.    Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 33: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 4, 1761-1770. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 33 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1928): p. 435. ( p. 435 "1768, April 1. Tonkin, Edward"[#6514] proved 20 May 1768 cites Liber 13:371. inventory dated 19 Apr 1768.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1761-1770. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
283.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 36: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 7, 1786-1790. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 36 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1941): p. 231. ( p. 231 "1786, May 19. Tonkin, Mary". proved 31 Oct 1788, inventory dated 31 Oct 1788 cites Liber 29:548.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1786-1790. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
284.    Presbyterian Church Records. Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #3346.  Marriages: Anthony Nelson, Champney Rambo, etc.
285.    Van Name, Elmer Garfield. Anthony Nelson: Seventeenth Century Pennsylvania and New Jersey and Some of His Descendants (Haddonfield, NJ: 1962): pp. 11, 15-17. ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 929.2 N3314v. cites ref (287), a Bible record at the Salem Co. Historical Society.)
286.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 35: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 6, 1781-1785. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 35 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1939): p. 287. ( p. 287 "1779, Aug. 24. Nelson, Anthony". proved 16 Feb. 1789, inventory dated 16 Jan 1789 cites Liber 31:341.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1781-1785. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
287.    Nelson, John. "Bible Records." National Genealogical Society Quarterly (Washington, D.C.: National Genealogical Society), vol. 22 (1): p. 8 (Mar 1934). ( Research needed: The original Bible record is apparently at the Salem Co., Historical Society.) ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 929 N218N.)
288.    REMOVED "will of Jacob Rambo." New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1806-1809.
289.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 37: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 8, 1791-1795. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 37 (Jersey City, NJ: Scott Printing Co., Printers, 1942): p. 72. ( p. 72 "1795, Oct 25. Church, Elizabeth". proved 28 Nov. 1795 cites Liber 35:264, inventory dated 9 Nov 1795 cites File 1927H.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1791-1795. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
290.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 39: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 10, 1801-1805. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 39 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1946): p. 84. ( p. 84 "1804, June 19. Clark, Thomas". proved 22 Sep 1804 (recorded Surrogates Office, Salem Co., inventory dated 22 Sep 1804 cites File 2582Q.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1801-1805. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
291.    REMOVED - Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 38: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 9, 1796-1800. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 38 (Newark, NJ: New Jersey Law Journal Printers, 1944): pp. 47, 49-50. ( pp. 47 "1798, Oct. 1, Brown, David, Elizabeth and Mary" cites Liber 37:530-531; File 2154H; pp. 49-50 "1797, Nov. 27. Brown, Robert". no date proved cites Liber 37:104, inventory dated 28 Nov 1798 cites File 2078H.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1796-1800. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
292.    Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey: first series, Vol. 32: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, etc., Volume 3, 1751-1760. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 32 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association Printers, 1924): pp. 112, 263.   ( p. 112: "1758, Jan. 4. Fawcet, Walter."[#6523] proved 20 Feb 1758, cites Liber 9:115. inventory 17 Feb 1758; p. 263: "1753, Apr. 18. Rambo, Peter"[#65] proved 5 May 1753 cites Liber 7:361 inventory not dated.; pp. 229-230.  Will of Okeynus Helm.)  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1751-1760.
293.    Denny, Walter Springer, et. al. New Jersey Record of Ancestors, (1896-1970) (Neshanic Station, NJ: The Society of Sons of the Revolution In the State of New Jersey, 1971): p. 10.    Walter Springer Denny, member #746; Joseph Guest Denny, #765; Robert Arnold Walsh, Jr., #1282; Walter Leslie Springer Denny, Jr., #1284. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 973.3406 S7n2re.)
294.    Cook, Lewis D. "Combined Register of Moravian Missionaries in West New Jersey, 1742-1762." R. B. Rankin, ed. Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey (New Brunswick, Newark, NJ: The Genealogical Society of New Jersey), vol. 13 (1): p. 22 (Jan 1938).
295.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 38: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 9, 1796-1800. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 38 (Newark, NJ: New Jersey Law Journal Printers, 1944): p. 386. ( p. 386 "1794, Dec. 17. Vanneman, Isaac". proved 20 Jun 1796 cites Liber 36:194, inventory dated 18 Jun 1796 cites File 2061H.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1796-1800. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
296.    Williams, Carl M., ed. "Cumberland County Militia, 1793, Deerfield Township." New Jersey Genesis Quarterly (New York: published by the editor), vol. 13 (4): p. 571 (Jul 1966). ( Details: Available at Ft Wayne 974.9 N42663a w/ index.).
297.    Eastlack, John William Sr. The Eastlack Family (Baltimore: J.W. Eastlack, 1971. Reprint, Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1982): p. 9, chart #14.
298.    Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. "Notes, Queries and Corrections." Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. (Philadelphia: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 10 (2): p. 199 (Mar 1928).
299.    Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 34: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 5, 1771-1780. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 34 (Somerville, NJ: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1931): p. 413. ( p. 413 "1777, May 24. Rambo, Elizabeth (Hannah)". cites Liber 18:470.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1771-1780. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
300.    Candler, Allen. The Colonial Records of the State of Georgia. Vol. 10 (Atlanta, GA: The Franklin-Turner Co., 1907): p. 964.  Petition for land by Rambo.
301.    Rumbo, Ralph, Ennis. family records.
302.    Dorman, John Frederick, pub. "Botetourt County, Virginia 1800 Tax List." Virginia Genealogist (Washington, D.C.), vol. 9 (4): p. 154 (Oct-Dec 1965).
303.    Burton, Charles T., compiler. Botetourt County, Virginia, Early Settlers (Troutville, VA: privately printed, 1980): no page numbers.
304.    Curtis, Mary Barnett, comp. "Greene County, Tenn. - 1805 Tax List." Early East Tennessee Tax Lists: A compiled list of residents of the area covered in 22 East Tennessee counties for which there is no census records prior to 1830 (Fort Worth, TX: Arrow Printing Company, 1964): unnumbered.  Also see Creekmore, Pollyanna, comp. Early East Tennessee Taxpayers (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1980): p. 184. ( Details: Creekmore book available at Ft. Wayne 976.8 C86e; Miami-Dade 929.3768 Cree G Tn.)
305.    Tucker, Mabel Abbott, and Jane Warren Waller. "Bible of Elias Rumbo" in Lincoln County Tennessee Bible Records. Vol. 5 (Seabrook, TX: Lincoln County Tennessee Pioneers, 1975): pp. 84-86. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 976.801 L63t.)
306.    Gwathmey, John H. Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution: Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, 1775-1783 (Richmond, VA: 1938. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1979): p. 648.
307.    Crozier, William Armstrong, ed. "Virginia Revolutionary Soldiers" Virginia County Records: Quarterly Magazine. (Haasbrouck Heights, NJ: The Genealogical Association, 1910. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1971), vol 7 (1): p. 34 (Mar 1910).  Service of Samuel Ramble (sic). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.5 V8195vi.)
308.    "Journey Through Western Virginia." Indiana Magazine of History, vol. 50: p. 54.
309.    Jones, Kathleen Paul, and Pauline Jones Gandrud. Alabama Records: Montgomery Co. (typed manuscript, 1976), vols. 135: p. 74; vol. 172:70;  Alabama Records: Lowndes Co. (Columbus, MS: Blewett Company, 1980), vols. 102: pp. 76, 78, 63, 65; vol. 214:59; Alabama Records: Cherokee Co. (typed manuscript, 1974): vol. 228: pp. 60-65. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 976.1 J71a.)
310.    "Vital Statistics." International Genealogical Index (Latter Day Saints microfiche)
311.    Jones, Mrs. Edward (Jean). family records.
312.    Tafini, Dorothy. Lisbon, OH, family research.  Also see A. Warner's History of Beaver County (1888), and Beaver Co., PA Deed Book 3, #391 & Will Book B: p. 237.
313.    Philadelphia, PA. Will Book 8: p. 511.  Will of Samuel Rambo proved 26 Dec 1825.
314.    REMOVED/moved to 725 - Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 4 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, July 1985)
315.    "Salem County Marriages." Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, vol. 2.
316.    "Kelso Methodist Church Records." Delaware Historical Society (Wilmington, DE)
317.    Brecht, Samuel Kriebel. Genealogical Record of the Schwenkfelder Families (New York: Rand McNally, 1923): pp. 291, 296, 388, 800, 873, 879, 1024, 1025, 1057, 1106, 1274, 1293, 1304, 1309.
318.    Ellis, Ruth Haskins, Anna P. Neel, and Linda M. Brizendine, compilers. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 3, 1931 (Washington, DC: Press of Birnbaum-Jackson Co., 1931): p. 154.  Mrs. Nellie Cunningham Throckmorton, Daughters of American Colonists member #2421.
319.    Ellis, Ruth Haskins, Anna P. Neel, and Linda M. Brizendine, compilers. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 3, 1931 (Washington, DC: Press of Birnbaum-Jackson Co., 1931): pp. 268-269.  Mrs. Caroline Mae Hooper, Daughters of American Colonists member #2738, and Mrs. Annie Cunningham McIlvain, member #2739.
320.    John M. Gresham & Co., editor and compiler. Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: John M. Gresham & Co., 1890. Reprint, Spartanburg, SC, 1980): pp. 83-85.  ( Details: Original available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 W52g.)
321.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 4 (Chicago, IL: The Virkus Company, 1930): p. 309-310. ( "Lineage of Mahlon Janney." vol. 4: p. 323.  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
322.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 158, 1920. (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc.,     1937): p. 264.  Miss Florence Funsten Forbes, DAR member #157867.: p. 264.
323.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 141, 1918 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1934): p. 128.  Mrs. Mary North Sparrow, D.A.R. member #140419.
324.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 143, 1918-1919 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1935): p. 276.  Mrs. Anna Maxey, D.A.R. member #142871.
325.    Munsell, Frank, ed. "North, George Humphries." American Ancestry: Giving Name and Descent, in the Male Line, of Americans whose Ancestors Settled in the United States Previous to the Declaration of Independence, A.D. 1776. Vol. 6 (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1891): pp. 18-19.
326.    REMOVED - Frederick Virkus, "Lineage of Mrs. Margaret Gardiner." in First Families of America. Vol. 4: p. 198.
327.    Iscrupe, William L., ed. Old Westmoreland. 3 vols. (Laughlintown, PA: Southwest PA Genealogical Services, 1980-1982) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 W52il.) ( Research needed: publication continued until at least 1994.)
328.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 54, 1905 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1919): pp. 13-14.  Mrs. Laura M. Russell, D.A.R. member #53026.  Also see Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 75, 1909 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1925): pp. 97-98.  Mrs. Bessie Gallaher Smith, D.A.R. member #74271.
329.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 154, 1920 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1937): p. 290.  Miss Alice Taylor Smith, D.A.R. member #153956.  Also Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 145, 1919 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1935): 158.  Mrs. Nancy Smith Smitten, D.A.R. member #144492.
330.    "Old Cool Spring Church Cemetery." Mercer Co. PA. Tombstone Inscriptions, D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C.  Also see DeSantis, Loretta Barker, and Sally Glaser Dufford. Mercer County Pennsylvania Cemetery Inscriptions, Vol. 6 (Sharon, PA: privately printed, 1981): p. 111; and Vol. 8: p. 138.
331.    War of 1812 Pension Applications.  (Latter Day Saints microfilm M-313).
332.    Everhart, J.F., pub. History of Muskingum County, Ohio (Columbus, Ohio: J.F. Everhart, 1882. Reprint, Evansville, IN: Unigraphic, Inc, 1974): p. 451, 297, 310, 311, 314, 315, 344-347, 62, 352-A, 355, 353, 368-A.
333.    Logan County, Ohio. Common Pleas Court. Will Book F: pp. 10-12.  Will of Thomas Rambo.
334.    Garvin, William S. History of Mercer County, Pennsylvania, Its Past and Present Including ... (Chicago: Brown, Runk & Co., Publishers, 1889): pp. 527, 662-749.  Biographies contributed by families of David Findley & David Porter. ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 974.801 M53ha.)
335.    Powell, Esther Weygandt. "Coshocton County, Ohio Cemeteries" Ohio, The Cross Road of Our Nation, Records and Pioneer Families (Akron, OH: published by author), vol. 8 (2): p. 78 (Apr-Jun 1967).
336.    McConnell, Catherine. High on  a Windy Hill (Bristol, TN: King Printing Company, 1968): pp. 87, 194, 208, 225, 232, 251, 256.
337.    Dorman, John Frederick, pub. 'Washington County, Virginia, "Mc" Marriages, 1801-1820.' Virginia Genealogist (Washington, D.C.), vol. 20 (2): p. 132 (Apr-Jun 1976).
338.    Virginia, Washington County Marriage and Birth Records.  Also see Beverly Fleet, Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol. 34 Washington County Marriage Register 1782-1820 (privately printed, 1949): pp. 50, 63, 64.  Also see Mary Hiatt and Craig Roberts Scott, abstractors, Washington County, Virginia Marriages; Ministers' Returns 1776-1855 (Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Company, 1994).  Also see William R.  Wheeler, Minister's Returns 1785-1832; Washington County, Virginia. Vol 1a. (Abingdon, VA: privately printed, 2001): pp. 63, 89, 98, 114, 163 with photocopies of original!.  Also see D.E. Brown, Marriages of Washington County, Virginia 1781-1853 (privately printed, 1993) which gives a biographical sketch for each minister.
339.    Smith, Virginia C. Cornett (Damascus  VA: privately printed, 1984): p. 94.
340.    Tennessee Historical Commission. Early East Tennessee Taxpayers (Knoxville, TN, 1961), #33. ( Research needed: Another book of possible interest is Sistler, Bryon, and Barbara Sistler. Early East Tennessee Marriages (Nashville, TN: Bryon Sistler & Associates, 1987) ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne.))
341.    Gulson, Willard. Kentucky Land Grants, Part. 1 (1971): p. 862.  Grant for Moses Rambo.
342.    Courtney, Dr. James, and Mrs. Mary Salisbury. family records.
343.    Rambo, Mrs. Virginia. family records.
344.    Black, James M. Families and Descendants in America of Golsan, Golson, Gholson, Gholston (Salt Lake City: by the author, 1959)
345.    Nunnelly, Nona. family records.
346.    Washington County, VA.  Will of John Wilson.
347.    The Book of Memory: Old Swedes Church (Philadelphia: The Rectory, 1919).  Unnumbered pages.  Life of Rev. Slator Clay.
348.    MacKenzie, George Norbury, ed. "White." in Colonial Families of the United States. Vol. 2 (Baltimore, 1912. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1995): pp. 751-752.
349.    Lamborn, Samuel, compiler. The Genealogy of the Lamborn Family: with Extracts from History ... (Philadelphia: Press of M. L. Marion, 1894): pp. 270, 276, 296, 345-346, 401, 416.  ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 929.2 L1796l.)
350.    Rankin, Paul. Peter Rankin's Descendants (Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, Inc. 1961)
351.    Historical Society of Delaware County, PA. The History of Old St. David's Church, Radnor, in Delaware County, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: John C. Winston Co., 1907): pp. 152, 148, 94. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.802 R11pl.)
352.    Ruoff, Henry Wilson. Biographical and Portrait Cyclopedia of Montgomery County, Pa. Part 1 (Philadelphia: Biographical Publishing Co., 1895): pp. 126, 127, 163, 165, 365.
353.    Huxford, Folks, ed. "Registrants - 1805 Land Lottery: Clark County." Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Homerville, GA: published by author), no. 4 (Apr 1962): pp. 184-185.  See explanation of the lottery in issue no. 1 (July 1961).  (Bound volume 1.)
354.    Huxford, Folks, ed. "Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers: John Stroud." Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Homerville, GA: published by author), no. 3 (Jan 1962): p. 135.  (Bound volume 1.)
355.    Huxford, Folks, ed. 'Will Book "A", Clarke Co., GA 1803-1822.' Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Homerville, GA: published by author), no. 18 (Oct 1965): p. 1165.
356.    Garrett, Franklin. Atlanta and its Environs, Part 1 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co. Inc., 1954): pp. 33, 120.
357.    Cosby, Karen. Bankston family records
358.    Maddox, Joseph T. and Mary Carter. 40,000 Early Georgia Marriages. (privately printed, 1976): pp. 30, 47. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.8 M26F.)
359.    De Lamar, Marie, and Elisabeth Rothstein. Substitutes for Georgia's Lost 1790 Census (Albany, GA: Delwyn Associates, 1975. Reprint with index, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985): pp. 94, 108, 119.
360.    Stewart, William C. Gone to Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and Their Neighbors in the Western Migration (Washington, D.C.: National Genealogical Society, 1965): pp. 215-216.  Records of Bankstons.
361.    Souter, Mary Ellen. Sappington family records
362.    Smith, Sarah Quinn. Early Georgia Wills and Settlements of Estates, Wilkes Co.,Georgia (Washington, GA, 1959): pp. 37, 46, 25, 32, 59. ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 975.801 W65s; Staunton, VA.)
363.    Brewer, Rev. George. History of Coosa County, Alabama (Wetumpka, AL: Wetumpka Printing Co., 1955): p. 86, 168.
364.    Holcomb. Brent. Some South Carolina County Records. Vol. 1 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1976): p. 71.  See also pp. 47, 49, 53, 82.
365.    Delwyn Associates. "will of Mary Rambo." Abstracts of Wills of Edgefield County, South Carolina (Albany, GA: Delwyn Assoc., 1973): p. 134.
366.    Arkansas Family History. Vol. 11 (4): p. 141.  Marriage of Reuben Rambo and Holly Malone.
367.    Edgefield County, SC. Probate Records.  Estate of Mary Adams.
368.    Hot Springs County, AR. Marriage Book "A": p. 17.  Marriage of A. B. Rambo and Julia Maline (Malone).  Also see Heritage (Hot Springs Co. Hist. Soc.), vol. 1: p. 100.
369.    Davidson, Elder Alvie L. "Primitive Baptists." The Genealogical Helper (Jan-Feb 1983): pp. 7-9.
370.    Battey, George Magruder Jr. A History of Rome and Floyd County: State of Georgia. Vol. 1 (Atlanta, GA: The Webb and Vary Company, 1922): p. 380. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.801 F66b.)
371.    Bostock, Helen Hood. family records.
372.    Bacon, J. Dean. "The Rambo Family" in Bacon and Allied Families (Culver City, CA: Murray & Gee, Inc., 1958): pp. 28-31, 188-192, 211-255.
373.    Owensby, Carl M., compiler. "Smoky Mountain Area Cemetery Records." D.A.R. Library.
374.    REMOVED/moved to 726 - Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 5 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Jul 1985)
375.    Adkins, Owen P., and Richard B. Bahme. A Genealogy of a Branch of the Rambo Family (privately printed, 1959): 54 pages plus chart.
376.    Burress, Marjorie Byrnside, ed. A Collection of Pioneer Marriage Records, Hamilton County, Ohio, 1789-1817. (Cincinnati, OH: published by the editor, 1978): p. 58. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.101 H188e.)
377.    Yount, Beverly, comp. Tombstone Inscriptions in Wayne County, Indiana. Vol. 2 (Ft. Wayne, IN: Fort Wayne Public Library, 1968): pp. 142, 148, 118. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.201 W36yob.  Vol. 3 (1969); Vol. 4 (1970); BEWARE, indices are misleading... you still have to page through looking for family names.  Consult index in Vol. 4 first as it consolidates indexes.)
378.    Inter-State Publishing Co. "Boston Township." History of Wayne County, Indiana: Together with Sketches ... and Biographies of Representative Citizens. Vol. 2 (Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Co., 1884): pp. 303-304. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne.) ( Research needed: History of Wayne County, Indiana. (1872) by Andrew W. Young has note about Jackson Rambo on p. 151.)
379.    Strieby, Irene Macy. Early Marriages of Wayne County, Indiana: 1811-1822 (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1965): pp. 6, 9, 21, 38.  Reprinted from Indiana Magazine of History, vol. 40 (1944). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.201 W36w. volume contains 3 indices.)
380.    Johnson, William Perry, ed. "The Bason-Beson-Beeson Mixup." Journal of North Carolina Genealogy (Raleigh, NC: privately printed), vol. 14 (1): pp. 2028-2031 (Spring 1968). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.6 N81noc w/ index.)
381.    Holmes, Maurice. "Landowners for Years 1828-1837" in Early Hancock County Landowners, Part 2: p. 22.
382.    Genealogical Forum of Portland, Oregon. Genealogical Material in Oregon Donation Land Claims. Vol. 1 (privately printed, 1957): pp. 10, 17, 58.  Also see Vol. 2: p. 5. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 979.5 G28g.)
383.    Holmes. Maurice. Early Landowners of Rush County, Indiana (Shelbyville, IN: Jan 1975): p. 32.
384.    Holmes, Maurice. Early Hancock County Landowners, Part 2, (Shelbyville, IN: Oct 1974): p. 22.
385.    Shinn, Mrs. Bonnie James. family records.
386.    Wilson, George, Maryhelen Wilson, and Lois Stanley. Death Records of Missouri Men from Newspapers, 1808-1854 (St.  Louis: privately printed, 1981) ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 977.8 W68d.)
387.    Godcharles, Frederick, ed. "Rowland Comly" in Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography. Vol. 18 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc., 1930): pp. 25-26. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 EN19a.)  Also see Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. Bucks County, PA. Will Abstracts 1685-1795. Collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. Vol. 1 (Philadelphia: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1980 photocopy): p. 1 citing Book A, vol. 1, p. 8, "Will of Henry Comly." ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 B85wra.)
388.    Craig, H. Stanley, comp. South New Jersey Marriages: Supplementing the Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem County County Marriage Records (Merchantsville, NJ: privately printed, 1936): pp. 50, 95. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 C84s (index to brides only))
389.    Haas, Mrs. William Van Horn. "Queries." Williams, Carl M., ed. New Jersey Genesis Quarterly (New York: published by the editor), vol. 16 (3): p. 702 (Apr 1969). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N42663a w/ index.)
390.    Stockton, Dr. Thomas Coates. The Stockton Family of New Jersey (Washington, D.C.: Carnahan Press, 1911)
391.    Cushing, Thomas, and Charles E. Sheppard. History of the Counties of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland, New Jersey with Biographical Sketches of their Prominent Citizens (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883. Reprint, Gloucester County Historical Society, 1974): pp. 243, 295-296. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.901 G51cu with separage index G51cua.)(Reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1995) ( Research needed: This looks like a good book for early Swedish customs and behaviors.)
392.    Historical Records Survey of Virginia, Work Project Administration. Index to Marriage Notices in the Southern Churchman, 1835-1941. Vol. 2 (Richmond, VA: The Historical Records Survey of Virginia, 1942): p. 140. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.5 IN2.)
393.    Episcopal Archives, Austin, TX. "Obituary." Sixteenth Annual Convention Diocese of Southern Ohio, (Mar 1890): p. 16.
394.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 110, 1914 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1929): p. 96.  Mrs. Martha Robinson Scull, D.A.R. member #109315.  See also ref (293) Sons of the Revolution in the State of New  Jersey. New Jersey Record of Ancestors (Neshanic Station, NJ: Sons of the Revolution in the State of New  Jersey): p. 10.  Walter Springer Denny, member #746; Joseph Guest Denny, #765; Robert Arnold Walsh, Jr., #1282; Walter Leslie Springer Denny, Jr., #1284.
395.    Nutter, Mildred Moody. "Wayne County, Kentucky: Court Notes & Deed Book 1: 1813 A List of Delinquents." Kentucky Genealogist. Edited by Martha Porter Miller. (Washington, D.C.: privately printed), vol. 18 (3): p. 104 (Jul-Sep 1976). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 976.9 K4179A.)
396.    Reynolds, Buford. Greene County Tennessee Cemeteries (1971).
397.    Davis, Mrs. Fort. family records.
398.    Alabama Society of the D.A.R., comp., Index to Alabama Wills, 1808-1870 (Ann Arbor, MI, 1955): p. 135. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 976.101 M26t.)
399.    Coleman, Mrs. Ruby. Rambo family records.
400.    Montgomery Co., PA, "Trappe Cemetery Records." Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm #8538.
401.    Stewart, Mrs. Frank R. Cherokee County History. Vol. 1 (Centre, AL: Birmingham Printing Co., 1958)
402.    Rambo, Norman. family records.
403.    Hutchinson, Elmer T., ed. Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, Vol. 42: Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Volume 13, 1814-1817. Archives of the State of New Jersey: 1st series, vol. 42 (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1949): p. 414. ( p. 414 "1814, Apr. 25. Strimple, John ... inventory sworn to by Samuel Rambo, Adm'r, Apr. 16, 1816.". cites File 2107 J.).  Also known as New Jersey Colonial Documents: Calendar of Wills, 1814-1817. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.9 N421d.)
404.    Hoenstine, Floyd. "Somerset County Marriages, 1791-1798." Your Family Tree, vol. 16 (2): p. 58.
405.    Mahoney, William T. family records.
406.    Budd, Anne Dallas. "Richland County, Ohio, Deaths, 1856-1857." Ohio, The Cross Road of Our Nation, Records and Pioneer Families (Mansfield, OH: Ohio Genealogical Society), vol. 21 (2): p. 79 (Apr-Jun 1980).
407.    Welchley, Mark H. Beaver County Marriages, 1830-1873 from Beaver Co. Newspapers (Apollo, PA: Closson Press., 1981): pp.26, 39, 57, 59.
408.    Lewis Publishing Company. Biographical and Historical Record of Putnam County, Indiana (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, Knightstown, IN: Eastern Indiana Publishing Co., 1967): pp. 345, 473. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.201 P98bi. separate index.)
409.    Cope, Gilbert, compiler. Genealogy of Smedley Family (Lancaster, PA: Wickersham Printing Co., 1901): p. 758.
410.    Hendricks, Alice C., comp. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 4, 1936 (Washington, D.C.:Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1936): pp. 147-148.  Mrs. Maude Darlington Sheip Lippincott, Daughters of American Colonists member #3405.
411.    Perry County, Ohio, Records of the Unity Church.
412.    Williamson, Leland M., et. al., eds. Prominent and Progressive Pennsylvanians of the Nineteenth Century. Vol. 3 (Philadelphia: The Record Publishing Co., 1898): pp. 320-325. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne; maybe Miami Dade 974.8 S972p.)
413.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 143, 1918-1919 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1935): p. 204.  Mrs. Florence  Bailey  Leard, D.A.R. member #142623.
414.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 157, 1920 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1937): p. 126.  Mrs. Margaret  Frances Speer Herrick, D.A.R. member #156399.
415.    Mackenzie, George Norbury, ed. "Hopkins." Colonial Families of the United States. Vol. 2 (Baltimore, 1912. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co.,1995): pp. 357-358, 361.
416.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 76, 1909 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1925): p. 2.  Mrs. Hannah Ever North Watson, D.A.R. member #75003.
417.    Reister, Mrs. Janis W. family records.
418.    Bohna, Mrs. Joan. family records.
419.    National Archives. General Index Pensions, 1861-1934. Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, file #T-288.
420.    Marriages Coshocton County, Ohio, 1811-1930. Vol. 1 (Coshocton, OH, 1967): pp. 95, 213.
421.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 158, 1920 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1937): p. 49.  Mrs. Malinda S. Zahniser Whieldon, D.A.R. member #157156.
422.    Bates, Lucy Rambo. family records.
423.    National Archives. Service Records of Confederate Soldiers. Mormon Genealogical Library, Los Angeles, microfilm. (Georgia index on film #821749.)
424.    Chu, Esther. Briney Families, 1713-1976 (Claremont, CA: privately printed, 1976): pp. 1, 25.
425.    Hickman County, Kentucky. "Vital Records" microfilm # 1191.  Available at the Latter Day Saints Family History Library.
426.    Sharp, Jack. family records.
427.    Simmons, Mrs. Phyllis. family records.
428.    Nunnelly, Nona. family records.
429.    Brock, R. A., ed. "Paroles of the Army of North Virginia: R.E. Lee, Gen., C.S.A., Commanding: Surrendered at Appomattox C. H., VA., April 9, 1865 ..." Southern Historical Society Papers. Vol. 15 (Richmond, VA: Southern Historical Society, 1887. Reprint, Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1990): p. 89.
430.    Brock, R. A., ed. "Reunion of Company D., First Regiment Virginia Calvary, C.S.A.: Held at Abingdon, July 4th, 1892." Southern Historical Society Papers. Vol. 20 (Richmond, VA: Southern Historical Society, 1892. Reprint, Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1990): p. 45.
431.    Summers, Lewis Preston. History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870 (Richmond, VA: J.L. Hill Printing Company, 1903. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966): p. 788. ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 975.5 SV6hi.)
432.    Auge, Moses. Lives of the Eminent Dead and Biographical Notices of Prominent Living Citizens of  Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (Norristown, PA: Published by the author, 1879): pp. 481-484, 309-315, 471-475, 583-586.
433.    Jordan, Wilfred. "Colket." in Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania. new series, vol. 11 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1948): pp. 493-522. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 C71j v.12.)
434.    Bull, Henry James. John Bull of Perkiomen (San Francisco: Shannon-Conmy Printing Co., 1930): pp. 41, 51, 75-76, 102-103, 159-163, 283-289, 392-395. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 929.2 B872bul.)
435.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 5 (Chicago, IL: Institute of American Genealogy, 1933): p. 347. ( "Lineage of Mary L. H. Mayhew."[#16529221] vol. 5: p. 347.)  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
436.    Cole, Gilbert. The Brinton Genealogy. Compiled by Janetta Wright Schoonover. (Trenton, NJ: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., 1924): pp. 225, 365-366.
437.    Bowman, Mrs. Philip. family records.
438.    Roberts, Ellwood, ed. "Bios of Thomas J. and Charles W. Rambo." Biographical Annals of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 2 vols. (New York:  T. S. Benham & Co. and Lewis Pub. Co., 1904), vol. 1: pp. 231-232.  Also see vol. 2: pp. 144-145. ( now transcribed onto USgenweb)
439.    Waters, Linda. family records.
440.    Fox, Cyrus T., ed. "Isaiah Rambo, Jr." Reading and Berks County Pennsylvania A History. Vol. 3 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1925): pp. 438-39
441.    Heiss, Willard. "Wayne Co., Indiana" in American Quaker Genealogy. Vol. 7: p. 43 "Moore", p. 50 "Rambo".
442.    REMOVED/moved to 377. - Yount, Beverly. Tombstone Inscriptions, Wayne County, Indiana. Vol. 2 (Fort Wayne: 1969)
443.    Keith, Charles P. The Provincial Councillors of Pennsylvania who held office between 1733-1776 and Those Earlier Councillors who were some time Chief Magistrates of the Province, and their Descendants (Philadelphia: W.S. Sharp Printing Co., 1883): pp. 70-71. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 K2p.)
444.    Streets, Priscilla Walker. Lewis Walker of Chester Valley and his Descendants (Philadelphia: Alfred J. Ferris, Printer, 1896): pp. 197, 199, 276, 280-281, 293, 350, 354-355, 361-362
445.    unused
446.    unused
447.    Huxford, Folks, ed. "Georgia Courthouse Records: Clarke County: Book 'A' of Marriages." Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Homerville, GA: published by editor), vol. 18 (Oct 1965): pp. 1153-57.
448.    Murray, Nicholas R. Marriages St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana (Hunting for Bears, Inc., Hammond, LA)
449.    Murray. Nicholas R. Marriages St. Helena Parish, Louisiana (Hunting for Bears, Inc., Hammond, LA)
450.    Murray, Nicholas R. Marriages Tangipaho Parish, Louisiana (Hunting for Bears, Inc. Hammond, LA)
451.    REMOVED/moved to 362 - Smith, Sarah Quinn. Early Georgia Wills and Settlements of Estates, Wilkes Co., Georgia (1959): pp. 25, 32, 37, 46, 59.
452.    Lunceford, Alvin Jr. compiler. Early Records Tallafero County, Georgia (Crawfordville, GA: privately printed, 1956): p. 86.
453.    McGalliard, Edna Beasley, compiler. Marriage Records of Coosa County, Alabama: 1834-1865 (Weogufka. AL: privately printed, 1972): pp. 6, 55. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 976.101 C78ma.)
454.    Irish, Donna R., compiler. Pennsylvania German Marriages  (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982): pp. 353, 547, 585
455.    Spence, Irene Bush. Family of Christopher Degraffenried IV, 1191-1968 (Camilla, GA: Enterprise Pub. Co., 1968): pp. 32-34, 105-133.
456.    "New Confederate State Flag by Dr. Samuel Rambo." Alabama Historical Quarterly, vol. 40 (1978): p. 108.
457.    DeGraffenried, Thomas. History of the DeGraffenried Family (New York: Vail Ballow Press, 1925): pp. 152-155, 252-253.
458.    "The Bluffton Cemetery." The History of Clay County, [Georgia] (Fort Gaines, GA: Clay County Library, 1976): pp. 126-27.
459.    Knight, Lucian L. "Judge L. Rambo." in Georgia and Georgians. Vol. 6 (New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1917): pp. 3028-3030.
460.    REMOVED/moved to 358- Maddox, Joseph T. and Mary Carter. Forty Thousand Early Georgia Marriages (Decatur Co., 1976)
461.    McClendon, Carlee T. Edgefield Marriage Records (Columbia, SC: R. L. Bryan Co., 1970): pp. 58, 81, 130, 152.
462.    Ragan, Jack. family records.
463.    Rambo, John James. family records.
464.    Estate Papers, Lowndes County, Georgia, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, GA. microfilm.
465.    Greenville Chapter, South Carolina Genealogical Society, compiler. Greenville County, South Carolina Cemetery Survey. Vol. 3 (Greenville, SC: A Press, 1977): p. 85.
466.    WPA. Index to Probate Cases of Texas, Titus, Trinity, Waller, Williamson and Wood (San Antonio, Texas: U. of Texas, 1942): p. 42.
467.    Rambo, Dr. J. H. T. family records.
468.    Maddox, George. "Floyd Co." Early Georgia Marriages. Vol. 4 (Irwinton, GA: privately printed, ca 1976): p. 132. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne.)
469.    Parkam, W. E. Marriage Licenses or Bonds, Blount Co., Tennessee from 1795-1854 (Marysville, TN, 1950): p. 156.  Also see Edith Little, Mary Brown, and Esther Gafford. Blount County Tennessee Marriages 1795-1910 (Evansville, IN: Whipporwill Publications, 1982): p. 233.
470.    Shue, Elizabeth, and Lloyd Shue, eds., The John Pickens Family (Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 1981)
471.    Chapman Brothers. Portrait and Biographical Album of Knox County, Illinois. (Chicago: Biographical Publishing Co., 1886): pp. 321-322, 508, 563-564, 622, 662, 1071, 711. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.301 K77po.)
472.    Hansen, Mrs. Linda. family records.
473.    Miner, E. O. family records.
474.    Jones, Kathleen Paul, and Pauline Jones Gandrud. Alabama Records: Talladega Co. (typed manuscript, 1977), vol. 51: p. 68. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 976.1 J71a.)
475.    Ellsberry, Elizabeth, and Mrs. W. E. Muff. Macon County, Missouri Will Records, 1838-1880; Marriage Records, 1840-1853 (Chilicothe, MO., not dated): pp. 41, 42.
476.    Rambo, Mrs. Bert. family records
477.    REMOVED/moved to 170 - Craig, H. Stanley. Salem County Genealogical Data. Vol. 1 (Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1980)
478.    Munsell, Frank, ed. "DuPuy, Raymond." American Ancestry: Giving Name and Descent, in the Male Line, of Americans whose Ancestors Settled in the United States Previous to the Declaration of Independence, A.D. 1776. Vol. 10 (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1895): pp. 29-30.
479.    Rambo, Herbert. family records.
480.    Wilson, Donald Rambo. family records.
481.    Philadelphia City Directories: 1871, 1889.
482.    "Judge J.A. Rambo." A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region: Comprising a Condensed General History, a Brief Descriptive History of Each County, and Numerous Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens of Such Counties (Chicago: Godspeed Bros., Publishers, 1894. Reprint, Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1978): pp. 699-700. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.8 Oz1; Miami-Dade 976.7 R3884 G Ar.)
483.    Jones, Kathleen Paul, and Pauline Jones Gandrud. Alabama Records, Limestone Co. (typed manuscript, 1979), vols. 114: pp. 61, 96; vol. 148:16; vol. 205:14.
484.    Roberts, Mrs. Jesse. "Query for Reuben Rambo." "Ansearchin" News, vol. 17: p. 144.
485.    Murray, Nicholas. Marriages Catahoula Parish, Louisiana (Hunting for Bears, Inc., Hammond, LA)
486.    Murray, Nicholas. Marriages Leake County, Mississippi (Hunting for Bears, Inc., Hammond, LA)
487.    Murray, Nicholas. Marriages Madison County, Mississippi (Hunting for Bears, Inc., Hammond, LA)
488.    Gore, Mrs. Regina. family records.
489.    Cemetery Inscriptions, Weakley County, Tn: p. 34.
490.    Dyer, Gustavus W., and John Trotwood Moore. Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires. Vol. 5 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1985): pp. 1790-1791. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 973.74 T25tenn.)
491.    Tennessee State Library & Archives. Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications (Nashville, TN:  Tennessee State Library & Archives, 1964): pp. 8, 126, 133, 178, 279.
492.    Darnall, Darnell Family History. Vol. 2: p. 716.
493.    Graham, A. A., compiler. "Biographical Sketches." History of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio: Their Past and Present containing ...  (Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1883): pp. 468-469, 512-513, 567, 570. ( Details: E.S. Colburn was author, but "had no control over the biographical department.") ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.1 G76h. Windmill Publications reprint of 1990 has an index.) ( Research needed: I NEED to transcribe pages 512-513 & 468-469.)
494.    Stewart, Glen. family records.
495.    Powell, Esther Weygandt. "Putnam County Ohio Pioneer Families" Ohio, The Cross Road of Our Nation, Records and Pioneer Families (Mansfield, OH: published by author), vol. 9 (4): p. 210 (Oct-Dec 1968).
496.    Graham, A.A. compiler. "Biographical Sketches." History of Richland County, Ohio: (Including the Original Boundaries.): Its Past and Present containing ... (Mansfield, OH: A. A. Graham & Co., 1880. Reprint, Evansville, IN: Unigraphic, 1979): pp. 791, 892. ( Details: Biographical sketches obtained directly from the families.) ( Details: separate index available.) ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 977.101 R39gra; Miami-Dade 977.1 Hist G Oh; Also See 929.3771 Kimb G Oh.)
497.    Gettis, Richard O. "William Gettis Family." The Report (Mansfield, OH: Ohio Genealogical Society), vol. 18 (2): p. 70 (Summer 1978).
498.    Schmidt, Gladys, and Mae Winne, compilers. 19th Century Marriage Records, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (1982)
499.    Richard, J. Fraise, et. al. History of Beaver County Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: A. Warner & Co. Pub., 1888. Reprint,  Evansville, IN: Unigraphics, 1980): pp. 625, 696, 767, 773-774, 806, 819, 829, 888-889. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 B38H.)
500.    REMOVED/moved to 408 - Lewis Publishing Company. Biographical and Historical Record of Putnam County, Indiana (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1887. Reprint, 1967)
501.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 148, 1919 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1936): pp. 233-234.  Mrs. Grace M. Morehead, D.A.R. member #147739.
502.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 64, 1907 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1923): p. 93.  Miss Edith Speer, D.A.R. member #63283.
503.    Rambeau, Dr. John. family records.
504.    Rambo, Mrs. Ron. family records.
505.    Potts, Alice, W. O'Roark, and D. Posey. Collin County (Texas) Cemetery Inscription. Vol. 1 (McKinney, TX, 1975)
506.    Porch, Deane. Marshall County Tennessee Wills, 1835-1865, (Franklin, TN: Louise G. Lynch, 1978): p. 62. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 976.801 M35po.)
507.    Who's Who in America. 42nd ed. 1982-83, Vol. 2 (Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, Inc., 1982): pp. 2739.  "Rambo, James Edmondson" and "Rambo, Victor Clough." ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 929.11 W6181.)
508.    Wright, Mrs. Ella Scott. family records.
509.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 3 (Chicago, IL: F.A. Virkus & Company, 1928): p. 389. ( "Rambo, Harold S." [#17121882] vol. 3: p. 389.)  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
510.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 67, 1908 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1923): p. 114.  Mrs. Barbara B. Haymaker, D.A.R. member #66306.
511.    Moore, Passmore. Descendants of Andrew Moore
512.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 61, 1907 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1922): p. 310.  Mrs. Sara Elizabeth Murphy Bliven, D.A.R. member #60925.  Also see Miss Elizabeth M. Janney, D.A.R. member #60140.
513.    Pruyn, John V. L. "Pruyn Family - American Branch." New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society), vol. 29 (4): p. 229, 236 (Oct 1898). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.4 N424nbb.)
514.    "Obituary of Charles Norris  Rambo." New York Times. 11 Feb 1941.
515.    Settoon, Lila M., and Alta Mae Douglas. "Amity Cemetery." "Arcola Cemetery." and "Baptist Chronicle." Louisiana Genealogical Register (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society), vol. 23 (1976): pp. 280-283, 361. ( Details: Available at Ft. Wayne 976.3 L935RC.  This series runs vol. 22: pp. 309-313, vol. 23: pp. 7-13, 179-190, 272-283, 358-372. fini.)
516.    Weaver, Mrs. Margaret. family records.
517.    "Washington Parish, 1819-1897: Estate of Benjamin and Celia Richardson." Louisiana Records. Vol. 1
518.    Bedford, Kay Reed. family records.
519.    Mackenzie, George Norbury, ed. "Roach." in Colonial Families of the United States. Vol. 6 (Baltimore, 1912. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1995): pp. 388-389.
520.    Hunsicker, Clifton S. Montgomery County, Pennsylvania: A History. Vol. 2 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1923): pp. 112-113, 266; and Vol. 3: 458-459. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 M74h vol 2.)
521.    Neal, Carl B. The Wills Family of Johnson County, Tennessee (pub. 1960)
522.    Rush, Mrs. Mary Talbert. family records.
523.    Rambo, Harold E., Sr. family records.
524.    Kiger, Mrs. Hollis. family records.
525.    Perry, Albert J. History of Knox County, Illinois: Its Cities, Towns and People. Vol. 2 (Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1912): pp. 155-156, 866, 973. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.301 K77pe.  Separate index.)
526.    Knox County Genealogical Society. Cemetery Records: Knox County, Illinois. Vol. 1 (Galesburg, IL: privately printed, not dated): Knoxville p. 2. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.301 K77k.)
527.    Slevin, Ruth, Wayne County Indiana Marriages, 1832-1880 (1972)
528.    "Obituary of Harold S. Rambo." New York Times, 51 Mar 1955.
529.    Rogers, Harry Smith. family records.
530.    Searcy County, AR. Homestead Land Records. Mormon Genealogical Library, microfilm #8922.
531.    Howison, Mrs. Louise. family records.
532.    Doutts, Mrs. Glenda. family records.
533.    Glass, Mrs. Quintar, compiler. Cemetery Inscriptions, Dyer County, Tennessee (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1977)
534.    Sutor, J. Hope. "James C. Rambo" in Past and Present Muskingum County [Ohio] (Chicago: S. J. Clark Pub. Co, 1905)
535.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 155, 1920 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1937): p. 8.  Mrs. Sarah E. Zahniser Brown, D.A.R. member #154025.
536.    McClintock, Calvin L. "Perry County, Ohio, Maplewood Cemetery." Ohio, The Cross Road of Our Nation, Records and Pioneer Families (Mansfield, OH: Ohio Genealogical Society), vol. 17 (4): pp. 140, 144, 149, 155 (Oct-Dec 1976).
537.    Slevin, Ruth. Marriage Records, Brown Co., Indiana, 1853-1901
538.    Sutton, Mrs. Jane. family records.
539.    REMOVED/moved to (494) - Stewart, Glen A. family records.
540.    Fowler, F. "Jack". family records.
541.    Clear, Helen G., Gladys G. Smith, and Mae H. Winne. 19th Century Marriage Registrations, Beaver County, Pennsylvania (privately printed, 1982)
542.    Iowa Genealogical Society. Marriage Records and Index, Scott County Courthouse (Davenport, IA: Iowa Genealogical Society, 1976, 1977)
543.    Hendricks, Alice C., comp. Lineage Book: National Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists: Vol. 4, 1936 (Washington, D.C.:Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1936): p. 148.  Emily Lippincott Webster, Daughters of American Colonists member #3405.
544.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 75, 1909 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1925): p. 99.  Mrs.  Christine Randal Winters Morgan, D.A.R. member #74274.
545.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 150, 1919 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1937): p. 49.  Mrs. Lucille Whieldon Thomas.
546.    Prentiss County, Mississippi. Vital Records.
547.    Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 118, 1915. (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1931): p. 62.  Mrs. Edith Jenkins Shreve, D.A.R. member #117199.  Also see Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Vol. 100, 1913 (Washington, D.C.: Press of Judd & Detweiler, Inc., 1928): p. 65.  Mrs. Nellie Jenkins Black, D.A.R. member #99213.
548.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 1 (Chicago, IL: The Virkus Company, 1925): p. 828. ( "Shreve, Edith Daisy Jenkins (Mrs. Jesse H.)"[#17122465] vol. 1: p. 828.)  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
549.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 3 (Chicago, IL: F.A. Virkus  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America. & Company, 1928) ( "Lineage of Alice Griffin." vol. 3.)
550.    Mercury Newspaper, San Jose, CA, 12 Jul 1985.
551.    Knight, Lucian L. Georgia and Georgians. Vol. 6 (New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1917)
552.    Bartlett, Mrs. Bonnie. family records.
553.    Truitt, Evelyn. Who Was Who on the Screen. 2nd ed. (New York: R. R. Bowker, Co., 1977): p. 382.
554.    Tomlinson, Ephraim. family records.
555.    Rambo, Mrs. Sylvia. family records.
556.    Hurst, Mrs. Alma. family records.
557.    Rice, James M. Peoria City and County, Illinois: A Record of Settlement ... Vol. 2 (Chicago: S. J. Clark Pub. Co., 1912): pp. 109-110. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.301 P39r.)
558.    Who's Who of American Women. 10th ed. (1977-78); 13th ed. (1983-84)  Biographies of Rambo women
559.    Hodges, Nadine, comp. Marriage Records of Platte County, Missouri, 1839-1855 (privately published by author, 1966): pp. 18, 37. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.801 P69h.  Betty Runner Murray has published a reprint in 1994.)
560.    Stringfield, William R. family records.
561.    Averitt, Jack Nelson. Georgia's Coastal Plain. Vol. 3 "Family and Personal History." (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc., 1964): pp. 315-316.
562.    Sons of Revolution Membership application of Howard F. Porter, III.
563.    Jones, Kathleen Paul, and Pauline Jones Gandrud. Alabama Records: Madison County (Columbus, MS: Blewett Company, 1980), vols. 76: p. 91; vol. 189:13-14; vol. 235:12, 74.
564.    Wheeler, Mrs. Elva. family records.
565.    Hickman County, Kentucky, County Clerk, Vital Records.
566.    Carlisle County, Kentucky, County Clerk, Vital Records.
567.    Behrents, Mrs. Mary Alice Rambo. family records.
568.    Murray, Mrs. Virginia. family records.
569.    Geckle, Mrs. Leslie Rambo. Gloucester Co. Historical Society, Woodbury, NJ.  family records.
570.    Locke, Edith M. Davis. Descendants of the Reverend Lars Carlsson Lock (1604-1688) (Woodbury, NJ: Gloucester Co. Historical Society, 1986)
571.    LaMunyan, Mrs. Philip E., and Ellwood Roberts, eds. The Dewees Family (Norristown, PA: William H. Roberts, 1905): pp. 59, 71, 136, 141, 149, 188. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne.)
572.    REMOVED/moved to 727 - Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 6 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Aug. 1986)
573.    Rambo, Beverly Nelson. Letters to Ron Beatty  8 Jan 1987 and 16 Dec 1987 citing Peter Stebbins Craig and original Swedish records.
574.    Craig, Peter Stebbins. Letters to Ron Beatty  15 May 1999, 20 Apr 1999, 26 Jan 1999, and 25 Mar 1997 citing records of Raccoon Church, Horace Burr's text about Holy Trinity Church, and Holy Trinity Church Records.
575.    Horle, Craig W., Marianne S. Wokeck, Joseph S. Foster, Jeffrey L. Scheib, et. al., eds. Lawmaking and Legislators in Pennsylvania A Biographical Dictionary, 1682-1709. Vol. 1 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991): pp. 184-186, 288-290, 623-625, 693-694.   Also see Vol. 2 (1997): pp. 233-234, 508-510. ( Research needed: confirm Andrew Bankson (1704) [#22] in vol. 1: pp. 184-186.  Look for Peter Mattson (1685) [#4] m. Catharine Rambo; John Rambo [#6] (1695-1701); Israel Helm [re #62 Ake Helm]; and a new volume including PGR & PLCock.)
576.    Craig, Peter Stebbins. The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware: Family Histories of the Swedish Lutheran Church Members Residing in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West New Jersey & Cecil County, Md., 1638-1693 (Winter Park, FL: Swedish American Genealogist Publications, 1993): pp. 26-31, 67-68, 161-163, 32, 33, 35, 52, 58.
577.    Barnes, Robert W. "Heirs to Baltimore Estates." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist (Washington, D.C.: Raymond B. Clark Jr.), vol. 7 (1): p. 9 (1966).  Abstracted from Baltimore County Administration Accounts Liber 4: page 15.
578.    REMOVED Philadelphia, PA Deeds Book F-7: p. 86.  Bankson brothers to John and Jacob Bankson.
579.    "Bankson and Bankston entries." International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, UT: Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
580.    Clay, Jehu Curtis. Annals of the Swedes on the Delaware. 2nd ed. (Philadelphia: H. Hooker & Co., 1858): p. 70.  Also see the 4th ed. (Chicago, 1938).
581.    Rambo, Beverly Nelson. The Rambo Family Tree (1987)
582.    Greenberg, Helen Hill, transcript. Church Records of Berlin, Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Translated by E. C. Saylor in 1929. (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1989): p. 1.
583.    Coffman, Dorothy Yoder. Early Baptismal Records of the Sanner Evangelical Lutheran and Reformed Church: 1782-1850: Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Translated by Ezra C. Saylor of Berlin, PA in 1926. (Privately printed, 1988): pp. 4, 6-9, 102, 96. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 So5co.)
584.    Gibbons, Edward J., Ph.D. "Matsunk or Swedes' Land, 1699-1783." Bulletin of the Historical Society of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (Norristown, PA: Historical Society of Montgomery Co.), vol. 21 (1): pp. 41-72 (Fall 1977). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.801 M74his.)
585.    Carter, Clarence E. The Territorial Papers of the United States. Vol. 7, The Territory of Indiana 1800-1810
586.    Barnes, Robert. Baltimore County Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989): pp. 26, 98, 254, 347, 477, 585.
587.    Holcomb, Thomas. Sketch of Early Ecclesiastical Affairs in New Castle, Delaware, and History of Immanuel Church (Wilmington, DE: Delaware Printing Co., 1890): pp. 214, 240, 202, 245. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.102 N43ho.)
588.    McLane, Bobbie, and Margaret Hubbard. Saline County Arkansas Marriages, Books A, B, C, 1836-1875 (1978)
589.    Johnson, William Perry, ed. "N. C. Inventories of Estates, 1677-1784." Journal of North Carolina Genealogy (Raleigh, NC: privately printed), vol. 8 (4): p. 1042 (Dec 1962).  Cites Secretary of State file #SS945 page 180.
590.    Davidson, Grace Gillam, compiler. "Wilkes County" in Early Records of Georgia. 2 vols. (Macon, GA:  J. W. Burke Company, 1932), vol. 1: pp. 247-248, 34, 259.  Less significant pp. 61, 77, 190, 265, 268; least significant 43, 103, 234, 237, 256, 315, 320, 321, 352.  Also see vol. 2: pp. 20, 46, 74, 88-89, 204, 241, 356; less significant 79, 92, 164, 339; least significant 161, 226, 282, 290;.  [Also see GA., Wilkes Co., Deed Book AA, 1785-1787: p. 125-128.]
591.    Caswell County, NC, Indentures, 1788, #239.  James Bankson to Jacob Bankson.  The deed of 1 Jan 1788 executed by James Bankson, "heir at law" and oldest grandchild of Capt.  Lawrence Bankson, deceased.  The term "heir at law" refers to one who owns land by operation of the law, rather than by deed or by a will specfically bequeathing the land.  The property usually passes from the deceased to the eldest son, or if he is dead, then to the eldest son's eldest son.  If the eldest son died without heirs, then his eldest brother (or his heir) would be the "heir at law."  Thus there is only one "heir at law".  Where the law of primogeniture is strongly followed, the rights of the eldest son to inherit can not be overturned, even by a will.  Since James Bankson was the "heir at law" in 1788 and the oldest grandchild, then his father had to be deceased.  Peter Bankson was still alive in l788, so he was not the eldest son or the father of James.  Andrew Bankson lived in Caswell Co.,  NC in 1777, and died in Montgomery Co. where his estate was inventoried in 1783.
592.    Hofmann, Margaret M. The Granville District of North Carolina, 1748-1763, Abstracts of Land Grants. Vol. 2 (Weldon, NC: The Roanoke News Company, 1987): pp. 247 #3646, p. 158 #2793, p. 274 #3905.  Also see p. 241 #3586, p. 268 #3854; p. 75 #2010, p. 264 #3817, and p. 88 #2136
593.    Johnson, William Perry, ed. "Caswell County 1777 Tax List." Journal of North Carolina Genealogy (Raleigh, NC: privately printed), vol. 20 (1): p. 2914 (Summer 1974)..
594.    Fleming, Beverly. family records.  Also see "Queries." Central Illinois Genealogical Quarterly, vol. 12
595.    McBride, Ransom, comp. "The Inhabitants of Granville County, N. C., 1746, 1750." North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal (Raleigh, NC: The North Carolina Genealogical Society), vol. 8 (1): p. 30 (Feb 1982).
596.    Ratcliff, Clarence E., complier. North Carolina Taxpayers 1679-1790. Vol. 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1987): p. 10.
597.    McBride, Ransom, abstractor. "Montgomery County N. C., Tax List of 1782." North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal (Raleigh, NC: The North Carolina Genealogical Society), vol 9 (2): p. 110 (May 1983).
598.    Oconee County, Georgia. "Mars Hills Baptist Church Records." Georgia Archives, Atlanta, GA.
599.    REMOVED - "Deposition of Isaac Bankston." 8 June 1859, Butts County, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, GA
600.    Stein, Nancy. Old Guilford North Carolina Court Minutes, 1781-1788 (Hartford, KY: McDowell Pub., 1978): pages FF #149, LL #183.
601.    Bateman, Newton, and Paul Selby, eds. "Andrew Bankston." Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois: and History of Sangamon County. Vol. 1 (Chicago: Munsell Publishing Co., 1912): p. 35. ( Details: Original available in Ft. Wayne 977.301 SA5b.)
602.    Wilkes County, GA. Deed Book DD (1788-1789): p. 174.  Deed by Daniel and Rachel Bankston.
603.    Craig, Peter Stebbins. "The Stille Family in America 1641-1772." Swedish American Genealogist (Winter Park, FL), vol. 6 (4): pp. 141-176 (Dec 1986). ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 929.182 SW29B.)
604.    Martin, John Hill. Chester (and its Vicinity,) Delaware County, in Pennsylvania; with Genealogical Sketches of Some Old Families (Philadelphia: Privately printed, 1877): pp. 30-32. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.802 C42m.) ( Research needed: I think this was the other book that covered the old Swedish life style in depth.)
605.    "Fayette County, Illinois Marriages, 1827-1830." Central Illinois Genealogical Quarterly, vol. 5.
606.    Hildeburn, Charles R. "Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia. Baptisms, 1709-1760." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 13 (2): p. 237 (1889). ( Details: The entire series of baptismal records (1709-1760) are in vols. 12:362-365; 13:237-241; 14:427-433; 15:228-234, 354-360, 486-492; 16:111-117, 363-370, 449-456; 17:99-112, 214-229, 352-370.  Birth records 106:158-159.  Burial records (1709-1760) are in 1:219-221, 350-353, 460-464; 2:97-101, 219-222, 336-339, 459-462; 3: 102-106, 224-229, 342-346, 458-460; 4:113-116, 383-387, 501-506; 5:223-227, 343-348, 462-467; 6:239-244, 348-354, 475-480; 7:101-105, 221-227, 338-345; 7:475-480.  Tombstones 47:335.  Interments 35:315, 332; 37:394; 39250; 45:92-93; 46:69, 164.  Vestrymen list (1711-1895) 19:518-526.  Register of 12:342, 345-346.) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 P3859c.)  See also Charles R. Hildeburn, comp., Baptisms and Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709-1760 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1982) ( Details: which includes 32 additions & 3 corrections to burial records on page 231.) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.802 P53h.) ( See also Edward L. Clark, A Record of the Inscriptions on the Tablets and Grave-stones in the Burial-Grounds of Christ Church, Philadelphia (Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 1864) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 P3859c w/ index; Western Reserve Historical Society.) ( and also William White Bronson, Charles R. Hildeburn, ed., The Inscriptions in St. Peter's Churchyard, Philadelphia (Camden, NJ: Sinnickson Chew, Printer, 1879) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne.) ( and also Charles R. Barker, "Graveyard Inscriptions of Christ Episcopal Church (Old Swedes), Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania." Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. (Philadelphia: The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), vol. 15 (1): pp. 70-111 (Oct 1945).)
607.    Cotton, Jane Baldwin, ed. Maryland Calendar of Wills: Vol. 8 1738 to 1743 (Baltimore, MD: Kohn & Pollock, Inc., Publishers, 1928): p. 56.  Will of Joseph Dowell. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.2 C82m.)
608.    Moore, Caroline T. Abstracts of Wills of the State of South Carolina 1740-1760 (Columbia, SC: R.L. Bryan Company, 1964): p. 266.
609.    Rowan Co., NC. "Jury List." Records I:72: p. 138.
610.    Bankston, Mary T. Spencer Bankston 1770-1852 and Eunice McCoy Bankston 1781-1852, Their Ancestors and Descendants. sent by Mrs. Marie Derkes,
611.    Carter, Clarence Edwin. "The Territorial Papers of the United States: Commissions and Appointments Issued by the Illinois Territorial Governor." Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly (Springfield, IL: Illinois State Genealogical Society, 1980), vol. 12 (1-4): pp. 17, 25, 164, 165, 218, 221. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.3 IL585isq.  Original territorial papers on microform.)
612.    Buecher, Robert. "St. Clair County, Illinois: Marriages, 1791-1810." Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly (Springfield, IL: Illinois State Genealogical Society), vol. 3 (4): p. 214 (Winter 1971) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.3 IL585isq.)
613.    "Fayette County in Four Wars." Fayette Facts, vol. 9 (Vandalia, IL)
614.    "Abstracts of Deeds." Fayette Facts, vol. 7 (Vandalia, IL)
615.    "Elections." Fayette Facts, vol. 10 (Vandalia, IL)
616.    Armstrong, Violet. "The Restless Ones." (privately printed, 1980)
617.    Huxford, Folks, ed. "Legal Advertising From Old Georgia Newspapers." Georgia Genealogical Magazine (Homerville, GA: published by author), no. 9 (July 1963): p. 516.  From the files of the Southern Centinel & Universal Gazette, Augusta, GA.
618.    Clarke, Don. Bankston family research.
632.    Motter, Gloria. North family research.
633.    Waller, Mrs. L. W. T. family records
634.    Hough, Oliver. "Atkinson Family of Bucks Co., Pennsylvania." Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families: From the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1981): pp. 1-119.  Also see  Lewis D. Cook "Gunning Bedford Family of New Castle, Philadelphia, Baltimore." Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families: From the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine. Vol. 1 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1982): pp. 21-41.  Also see Dorothee Hughes Carousso "Esther King of Philadelphia and Bucks Counties." Vol. 2 (1982): pp. 150-151.  Also see Mildred  Glashow "A Study of the Righter-Reiter Families of Philadelphia County." Vol. 2 (1982): pp. 758-759, 768-769.  Also see Adamson Bentley Newkirk, Van Nieuwkirk, Nieukirk, Newkirk family: Some Descendants of Gerret Cornelisse and Mattheus Cornelisse Van Nieuwkirk. Vol 2: 50, 54, 440, 446 ( also on Family Tree Maker CD series 9 #163.) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 G28.)
635.    Craig, Peter S. "Early Results of Translators' Work." Swedish Colonial News vol. 1 (15): page 7 (Spring 1997).  Also see "Pastor Andreas Rudman and his Family." vol. 2 (1): pp. 2, 3, 6, 7 (Winter 2000).  Also see "Matthias Claesson and his Holstein Family." vol. 2 (3): pp. 2, 8 (Fall 2000).  Also see "Sinnick Broer the Finn." vol. 2 (7): pp. 2, 12-14 (Fall 2002).
636.    Burns, Annie Walker. "Maryland Marriage Records." Maryland Genealogies and Historical Recorder. Vol. 7 (Washington, DC, 194x): p. 108.
637.    Baltimore, Maryland. Wills and Probates.  Available at the Family History Library (Mormon), Los Angeles, microfilm #13,602.
638.    Wescott, Thompson. Names of Persons Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania, Between the Years 1777 and 1789. (Philadelphia: John Campbell, 1865. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965) ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.8 W51N.)
639. REMOVED/elsewhere - "Birth Records St. Paul's Parish," Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, vol. 15 (3), p. 59.
640.    Howard, Louise Ogier, and Mildred McKenny Trice. Guardianships and Indentures Involving Orphans As Abstracted From "Proceedings Orphan's Court, Baltimore County, Liber No. WB 1: 1778-1787" (privately printed, 1976): p. 2
641.    "Marriage Records Baltimore County, Maryland." Maryland Genealogist and Historical Recorder. Vol. 2: p. 92.  This reference is probably Maryland Genealogies and Historical Recorder by Annie Walker Burns (1941).
642.    Krahn, Oralee Harbison, and Cindy Gengler. Rambo family research citing Bacon ref (372)
643.    Luse, R. Michael. family records
644.    Union County, Arkansas. Marriages, 1829-1870.
645.    Leaton, Rev. James. "James Bankson." Methodism in Illinois (Cincinnati: Walden & Stowe, 1883): p. 331-332.
646.    Saginaw Genealogical Society. Timbertown Log (Saginaw Genealogical Society), vol. 3 (1): p. 13 (Fall 1974).
647.    Cook, Kay. The Rambo Family Tree (published by the author, Ada, Ohio, 1987): no page numbers
648.    Rambo, Margaret Simpson, ed. "Rambo Family Bible." Montgomery County Genealogical Society Quarterly (Litchfield, IL), vol. 7 (1): pp. 30-33 (Summer 1984).
649.    Bankston, Lera Barker. A Genealogy of the Barker Family (privately printed, 1961): p. 46.
650.    McCord, ed. "Ralston Family." Fayette Facts (Vandalia, IL: Fayette County Genealogical Society), vol. 5 (1): pp. 108, 63, 64-65, 66, 68 (Mar 1976).  Also see vol. 5 (2): pp. 11-12, 14.  Also see vol. 4 (2): p. 49.  Also see vol. 8 (3): pp. 65, 66, 67.
651.    Carver, Mrs. Fred E., ed. "Rambo - Mercer Family Bible." Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Bulletin, vol. 3 (2): pp. 38-39 (April 1971).
652.    Cole, Shirley, ed. "Monk - Rambo Families Query." The Kiamichian (Broken Bow, Oklahoma: Kiamichi County Genealogy Society, Jan 1991): pp. 16-17.
653.    Dexter, Darrel, ed. "The Rambo Family of Hamilton Co.." The Saga of Southern Illinois (Carterville, IL: The Genealogy Society of Southern Illinois), vol. 15 (4): pp. 35-36 (Winter 1988).  Also see vol. 15 (2): p. 19.
654.    "Rambo Bible." Marshall County Historical Quarterly (Lewisburg, TN: Marshall County Historical Society), vol. 5 (1): p. 23 (Spring 1974).  Also see "Welch Bible Record." vol. 7 (3): pp. 68, 65 (Fall 1976).  Also see Donald C. Jeter "Rambo Family." vol. 21 (1): pp. 19-27 (Spring 1990).
655.    Mann, Mrs. Robert N., ed. Cherokee County Heritage (Cedar Bluff, AL: Cherokee County Historical Society, Inc), vol. 3 (2): pp. 109-116 (Apr 1974).  Also see vol. 7 (2): p. 45 (Apr 1978).
656.    Mann, Mrs. Robert N., ed. Settlers of Northeast Alabama (Cedar Bluff, AL: Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society, Inc.), vol. 10 (1): pp. 53-56 (Jul 1971).
657.    Smith, Lt. Col. Gordon W., ed. "Family Bibles." The Genie (Shreveport, LA: Ark-La-Tex Genealogical Association, Inc.), vol. 10 (2): pp. 73-75 (Apr 1976).
658.    Dixon, Mrs. Ruth, ed. "Hill Family." Moultrie County Heritage (Sullivan, IL: Moultrie County Historical and Genealogical Society), vol. 12 (1): p. 24 (Feb 1984).
659.    Springer, Ruth.  Delaware Genealogy Society Journal vol. 1: pages 89.
660.    Clardy, L. Len. Ancestors of David Henry Rambo and Mary Jane Bills (Alpharetta, GA: privately printed, 1992): pp. 22-89, 177-213. ( manuscript Virginia State Library, Richmond, VA)
661.    Owen, Thomas McAdory. Histories and Genealogies of Old Granville County, North Carolina, 1746-1800 (Greenville, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1993): pp. 155, 174.
662.    McBee, May Wilson. Anson County, North Carolina: Abstracts of Early Records (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1978): pp. 73, 85, 91, 104, 108, 136, 143.
1663.    Pruitt, Dr. A. B. Abstracts of Land Entries: Anson Co., NC 1778-1795 (privately printed, 1987): p. 31.
1664    Pruitt, Dr. A. B. Abstracts of Land Entries: Guilford Co., NC 1779-1796 and Rockingham Co., NC 1790-1795 (privately printed, 1987): p. 31.
1665.    Jackson, Vivian Poe, and Marilyn Poe Laird. Montgomery Co., North Carolina The Earliest Extant Deeds 1774-1842 (privately printed, undated): p. 8
663.    Pruitt, Dr. A. B. Abstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC 1778-1795 (privately printed, 1988): p. 7, 11, 21, 30, 31, 36, 76 ( Available at the North Carolina State Library, Raleigh. Good map of watersheds.  Abstracted from book in Archives SS 958.1)
664.    Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Caswell County, North Carolina Deed Books 1777-1817 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1989): p. 12, 128
665.    Langley, Clara A., abstractor. South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1719-1772. Vol. 3 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1983): p. 337.
666.    McClendon, Carlee T., comp. Edgefield Death Notices and Cemetery Records (Columbia, SC: The Hive Press, 1977): pp. 39, 116, 127, 139, 149, 166, 245, 255, 233, 290.
667.    Wells, Carol, abstractor. Edgefield County, South Carolina: Deed Books 13, 14, 15 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1997): p. 109
668.    Holcomb, Brent H., Marriage and Death Notices from the Southern Christian Advocate, 1837-1860. Vol. 1 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1979): pp. 392.
669.    Shuck, Larry G., trans. Greenbrier County (West) Virginia Records. Vol. 2 (Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Company, 1989): pp. 227, 265, 295.
670.    Shuck, Larry G., comp. Greenbrier County Marriages, 1782-1900. 3 vols. (Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Company, 1991): pp. 29, 109, 161, 293, 304.
671.    Brown, D. E., comp. The Unfiled Death Records of Washington County, Virginia 1865-1896 (Abingdon, VA, 1999): #1980-1982 (no page numbers).
672.    Colley, Thomas. Washington County Virginia Marriages 1853-1880 (Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Company, 1997): pp. 293-294, 399, 256, 398-399, 224-225.
673.    Moore, Deborah Campbell, and Doris Galliher Stephens. Washington Co., VA. Births and Deaths 1853-1892 (Signal Mountain, TN: Mountain Press, 1984): pp. 118, 203, 228, 189, 90.
674.    Powitzky, Mrs. Shirley. family research
675.    Ragsdale, Ms. Marjorie. family research as of 6 Jul 2000
676.    Holt, Ms. Carole. family research
677.    Rambo, Mrs. Lorene, ( Hocott@aol.com, family research ( Her letter to Judy Dye dated 11 Sep 1995 is practically a detailed, documented book.  It is worth checking for any inquiries beyond the book.)
678.    Horning, Mary Ann B. ( mabh@bellatlantic.net, family research
679.    Wray, Kathy. family research
680.    Pederson, Donna Jean Rambo. family records
681.    Telles, Shiela Sims. family research
682.    Lambert, Cindy. family records
683.    Hodgkins, Barbee. family research
684.    Graettinger, Jane. family research
685.    Jordan, Scott, and Kim Wilson. family research; see also John Bull of Perkiomen and His Descendants, (Shannon-Conmy: San Francisco, 1930)
686.    Stone, Jeanette. family research
687.    Rambo, Rick. family research
688.    Ellis, Kenneth, and Bill Ellis. family research
689.    Carroll, Carolyn. family research
690.    Rambo, Howard Holland. manuscript (thirteen pages) dated 24 Mar 1983.
691.    Dupuy, Charles Meredith. A Genealogical History of the Dupuy Family (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1910): pp 92, 93, 28-60.
692.    Mueller, Herman A., ed. History of Madison County, Iowa and Its People. Vol. 2 (Chicago: S.J. Clark Publishing Co., 1915): pp. 120-121. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.701 M26m.)
693.    Inter-State Publishing Co. History of Scott County, Iowa: Together with Sketches ..., and Biographies of Representative Citizens. (Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Co., 1882): p. 1139.  Certified by the Pioneer Society. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.701 Sco8h.  Separate index.)
694.    Tama News Herald, et. al., comps. History of Tama County, Iowa. (Dallas, TX: Curtis Media Corporation, 1987): pp. 792-793. Family # F1028. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.701 T15His.)
695.    Peterson, William John. The Story of Iowa: The Progress of an American State. Vol. 4  (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc., 1952): p. 1337. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 977.7 P44s.??)
696.    White, Virgil D, transcriber. Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files. Vol. 3 (Waynesboro, TN: The National Historical Publishing Company, 1992): p. 3891.
697.    Greene County Ohio. Court of Common Pleas (probate) case number 9605.
698.    Heimbigner, Anona M. family research
699.    Fisher, Sophie C. family records
700.    Richie, Marcia Ward. family records
701.    Davenport, John Scott. The Frontier Hendricks (White Plains, MD: The Frontier Hendricks Association, 1993): pp. 193, 51, 177, 191-199
702.    Berg, Inez. family research
703.    Lyle, Martha Bankson, EdD. ( mlyle3@bellsouth.net, research
704.    Brumley, Frances G. family records
705.    Pearce, Tanya Atkinson. family research
706.    Wasser, Cheri. family research
707.    Spence, Betty Daniel, and Robert M. Spence. ( spence@augustmail.com,; 75 years of family research
707.    Betty Daniel Spence, 9034 Mercer Drive, Dallas, Texas  75023, phone: 214-327-7613; and Robert M. Spence, 2601 Chadbourne Drive, Plano, Texas 75023; phone: 972-618-6787; 75 years of family research
708.    Welch, William Jordan materials, research by Vi. P. Limric. Thanks to Scott Jordan
709.    Reamy, Bill, and Martha Reamy. Records of St. Paul's Parish. Vol. 1 (Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1989): pp. 20, 22, 32, 36, 59, 61, 76, 114, 115, 142, 156.  Also see Robert W. Barnes, "Birth Records St. Paul's Parish." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist (Washington, D.C.: Raymond B. Clark Jr.), vol. 15 (3): p. 59 (Jul 1974).  Copied by Miss Lucy H. Harrison, on microfilm at Maryland Hall of Records and at Maryland Historical Society.  cf. Norris Harris Church Register Index which is at the Maryland Historical Society.
710.    Barnes, Robert. Maryland Marriages 1634 - 1777 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1975): pp. 8, 45, 92.
711.    Barnes, Robert. Maryland Marriages 1801 - 1820 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1993): pp. 8, 199.
712.    Smith, Dawn Beitler. Baltimore County Marriage Licenses 1777-1798 (Westminister, MD: Family line Publications, 1989): p. 7.
713.    Peden, Henry C. Jr. Baltimore City Deaths and Burials 1834-1840 (Westminister, MD: Willow bend Books, 1999): p. 15.
714.    unused - Davis, John David. Baltimore County Deed Records. Vol. 1 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1996)  ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 975.201 B21bara.)
715.     Hollowak, Thomas L. Index To Marriages and Deaths in the Baltimore Sun 1837-1850 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978): p. 653.  Also see volume dated 1851-1860: p. 170
716.    Barnes, Robert. Marriages and Deaths from Baltimore Newspapers (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1978): p 309
717.    Flaningam, Ora L., Rosalie L. Hartinger, and Mazie C. Emanuel. A Cramer-King History (Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 2001)
718.    Nickle, Verla Rambo. my delightful Aunt Verla
719.    Homer, Rodney Prestage. Prestages of Porterville (Porterville, CA: privately printed, 1976)
720.    Ingmire, Frances, and Caroline Erickson. Confederate Prisoners of War, Soldiers and Sailors that __ in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North (1984)
721.    Rambo, Helen. family records
722.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 1 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Jan 1983)
723.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 2 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Nov 1983)
724.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 3 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Nov 1984)
725.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 4 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Jul 1985)
726.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 5 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Jul 1985)
727.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 6 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Aug 1986)
728.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 7 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, Sep 1986)
729.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 8 (Spokane, WA: privately printed, May 1987)
730.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 9 (Kent, WA: privately printed, Jan 1989)
731.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Rambo References. Vol. 10 (Kent, WA: privately printed, Oct 1990)

732.    Dye, John, and Judy Dye. Snaps and Scraps (Spokane, WA, Feb 1987)
733.    Renton, Ruth E. (Koplin), Gail (Renton) Dowell, Barbara (Koplin) Wentz, and Bradley H. Behrens, Koplin family research
734.    Penning, Margaret Louise Spain. family records
735.    Smith, Beverly Hubbard. family research
736.    Burns, Inez. ( MsImanez@aol.com) family research
737.    Martin, John G. family records
738.    Morey, Nancy. family research
739.    Behnents, Mary Alice.
740.    McLean, M. M. family records
741.    Laughlin, William H. family records
742.    Marsden, Mae E. family research
743.    Wilkerson, Nina K. Bennett. Ancestors and Descendants of Lucy Ann Bates and George Ephraim Cleaver Bennett. Edited by , and Dorothy Wilkerson Bertine. (Dallas, TX: Falcon Printing Company, 1988): pp. 127-320, etc.
744.   
745.    Rambo, Glenn, and Nancy Rambo. family records and research
746.    Parks, Ellen K. family records
747.    Neal, Lucille Rambo. family research
748.    Howe, Jim. family research
749.    Irving, Kaye. family records
750.    Jackson, Patricia C., and Paul Campbell. "Texas kin." Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Feb 23, 1986.  Thanks to Thelma D. McKinney.
751.    Michel, David, and Donna Michel. Hickox Family History (New Haven, IN: privately printed, 1988)
752.    Schwiebert, Carol Ann. information relayed by Gloria Motter.
753.    court records
754.    Matthews, John. family records
755.    McLean, Eileen. family records
756.    Rambo, Linda. family research
757.    A Portrait and Biographical Record of Putnam County, Ohio (Chicago: A.W. Bowen & Co., 1896. Reprint, Evansville, IN: Whipporwill Publications, 1984): p. 592.  No Author or editor given.
758.    Johnson, Lynn. family records
759.    Green, Oland. family research
760.    Barber, Edwin Atlee. Genealogical Record of the Atlee Family (Philadelphia: Wm. F. Fell & Co., 1884): pp. 108-110.
761.    The Perkiomen Region, vol. 12 (3,4) (Oct 1934): pp. 7-9, 25, 82 107, 155, 159. ( This contains citations to the following land records: E-1, vol. 5: p. 46; E3:187; Ex3:207; E 3-6: 118; D9:217 Phila or 152:395 Norristown.)
762.    Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. County Archives, 1880 Mackley Street, Norristown. Record rw #5660.
763.    Collin, Nicholas. The Journal and Biography of Nicholas Collin 1746-1831. Translated by Amandus Johnson. (Philadelphia: The New Jersey Society of Pennsylvania, 1936): pp. 308-309, 321.
764.    Bateman, Newton, and Paul Selby, eds. Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and Knox County (1899): pp. 871, 872, 873, 874, 877, 900, 904, 908, 945, 961-962.
765.    Chapman, Chas. C. and Co. History of Knox County, Illinois (Chicago: Blakely, Brown & Marsh, printers, 1878): p. 647
766.    Dunn, Diana. ( drd1@psu.edu) family research
767.    A Story of the Shiplett (Shipley) Family of Muskingum County, Ohio. Zanesville, Ohio Public Library mimeo.
768.    Runk, J.M., pub. Biographical and Genealogical History of the State of Delaware (Chambersburg, PA: J.M. Runk & Co., 1899): pp. 216-217, 384-385
769.    Hall, Lu Verne V. Delaware Bible Records. Vol. 5 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc, 1998): pp. 339-343.
770.     Springer, Jessie Evelyn. Charles Springer of Cranehook on the Delaware (Private printing, 1959): pp. 18, 22, 31, 36.
771.    Roof, Ray, and Ruth Roof. family research
772.    Miller, J. Carson, pub. Jacob Miller of 1748, His Descendants and Connections, Part III, Martin Miller Branch (Moores Store, VA: J. Carson Miller, 1938): pp. 5-6, 15-18, 47-56.
773.    Paul, Gordon W. Philip Paul of Stocklinch, Somerset, England. 3rd ed. (Albuquerque, NM: Privately printed, 1983): pp. 45, 67-68, 94, 115. (cites Broedker, Philip Paul Genealogy)
774.    Holstein, Isaac Wayne, "Journal of Isaac Wayne Holstein of Upper Merion Township" Edited by Barton B. Proger. Bulletin of the Historical Society of Montgomery County, PA (Norristown PA), vol. 32 (3): pp. 229-306 (Fall 2000).
775.    Hough, Mary Paul Hallowell. The Hallowell-Paul Family History (Philadelphia: Henry Ferris, Publisher, 1924): pp. 11-12
776.    Potts, Thomas Maxwell. The Potts Family (Cannonsburg, PA: Published by author, 1901): p. 474-475, 497-499, 539-540
777.    Roberts, Ramona. family research
778.    Keenan, Sue Ellen. family research
779.    Warfield, J.D. Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland (Baltimore: Kohn & Pollack, 1905. Reprint, Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1967): p. 417
780.    Klee, Debbie family research
781.    Parsons, Margaret. family research
782.    Rote, David Mott. The Heisler Family of Heislerville, New Jersey (Buffalo, NY: 1991) no page numbers
783.    Collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. Poulson's American Daily Advertiser. 7 vols. (Philadelphia, 1899-1907): #42, 55, 61, 79, 177.
784.    Latimer, Don. Ancestors of George Theodore Latimer and His Wives Mattie Elizabeth Rambo and Phemie Amelia McCullough (privately printed, July 1998): no page numbers.
785.    Newman, Harry Wright. Anne Arundel Gentry. Vol. 3 (Annapolis, MD: Published by the author, 1979): pp. 110-112, 118-120.
786.    O'Neill, Francis P. Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The Baltimore Sun 1871-1875 (Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1995): pp. 47
787.    Memoirs of the Dead (Baltimore, 1806. Reprint, Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1989): pp. 6, 9
788.    Craig, Peter Stebbins. The Swedish Hulings (Washington, D.C.: privately printed, 1996): pp. 19, 32-33
789.    Weiser, Frederick S., and Debra D. Smith, eds., St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Vol. 2 (Rockport, ME: Picton Press, 2000): pp. 81, 90
790.    Watring, Anna M. Early Quaker Records of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Vol. 2 (Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1998): p. 195.  Also see vol. 1: pp. 71, 261
791.    Russell, George Ely. Priest Genealogy (Bowie, MD: Privately printed, 1969): pp. 5-6
792.    Stidham, Jack. The Descendants of Timothy Stidham (Wyandotte, OK: The Gregath Publishing Company, 2001): pp. 9-6, 10-7, 11-1, etc.
793.    Hendrix, Ge Lee Corley, abstractor. Edgefield County, South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12 1786-1796. Vol. 1 (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1985): pp. 73, 75.
794.    Latter Day Saints Family History Library microfilm
795.    Dalton, Norma Rambo. ( roadhog@neto.com) family research
796.    Bezet, Pat. family research
797.    Farnes, Carrie. family research
798.    Seay, Mary. family research
799.    Davis, Rudelle Mills, and Peggy Davidson Dick. Allen, Quakers of Shenandoah, Their Ancestors and Descendants (El Paso, TX: Privately printed, 1984): pp. 422-429, 119.  She cites Marcia Ritchie, Catherine Criscione [ref #263], Pauline R. Tincher [#31C147611], and Richard W. Rambo [ref #261].
800.    Wells, John, and Lyn McAllister Wells. family research
801.    Abraham, Jill M. family research
802.     Joyce. family research
803.    Rambo, James S. ( jimrambo@DEPAUW.EDU) family research
804.    Leedy, Cynthia. family research
805.    Thomas, Pauline Rickard. family research
809.    Rambo, Jana L. family research
810.    See, Hazel Tidler. Wickes and the various branches: Bell, Kipps, Warren, Coffman (Winchester, VA: privately published, 1989): pp. 28-29.
811.    Willie, Leroy Ellis.  Willey, Core, Bennett and Other Ancestors (Baton Rouge, LA: privately published, 1990): pp. 118-121.
812.    Bankston, Carl L. III, et. al. William Magee and Mary Margaret James and their Descendants (1993): pp. 38-39, 47-48, 361-362.
813.    Prichett, William Lawrence. A Southern Branch of the Lawrence Family (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1994): pp. 70-73, 84-95, 102-103, 120-123, 142-145, 366-373, 384-391
814.    Miller, William L. ( DAR genealogist, Washington, D.C., family research
815.    Hartse, Erin Page. family research
816.    Lowrey, John Robert, and Wynelle Lowrey Mitchell. family research, well documented.
817.    Williams, Carole. family research
818.    Crim, Steve. ( scrim@kconline.com) family research
819.    Jones, Horatio Gates. The Levering Family (Philadelphia, PA: King & Baird, 1858): pp. 156, 162, 170.
820.    McKinney, Thelma D. Converging Paths (1972)
821.    Corson, Joy. family research
822.    Siegel, Donna Bianchino. ( dreamer@dmv.com, family research
823.    Grimmett, Iris E. ( irisg@proaxis.com, family research
824.    Klassen, Mary. family research
825.    Finn, John A. family research
826.    Brenneman, Yvonne, and E. Cockley. "Rambo vertical file (circa 1962)."  Somerset County Historical Society, PA.
827.    Rambo, Carolyn R. family research
828.    Floyd, Dorothy. family research
829.    Chester Village Record newspaper on CD-Rom
830.    Rambo, Beverly. family research
831.    Gross, Muriel Shoch. family research
832.    Lesoing, Joyce. family research
833.    Pierce, Michael. family research
835.    Hale, Kathleen. family research citing Descendants of Caleb North by Dexter North written in 1930.
836.    Flower, Ross, PhD. family research
837.    Hooffstetter, Sherry. family research
838.    Leve, Beth. family research
839.    Sholer, Gary. family research
840.    Konruff, Marilyn. family research
841.    Livingston, Jeanne. ( jeanneology1@aol.com, family research
842.    Hill, Mary. family research
843.    Barger, Michael. family research
844.    Banks, Hillis. family research
845.    Forde, Rev. Cynthia Vold, Mona Herrin, Raymond Mozley, and Russell Mozley. family research
846.    Bunnell, Charles. family research
847.    McWilliams, Marsha. family research
848.    Peterson, Susan N. family research
849.    Ellis, Elaina. family research
850.    Crofts, Marjorie. family research
851.    Belcher, Gary. family research
852.    Weiss, Mary R. Sisco. family research
853.    Womack, Gary D. family research
854.    Ely, Duncan. family research
855.    Swainson, Shirley. family research
856.    Comly, George Norwood. Comly Family in America (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1939): pp. 334, 543-544 & 702-703; 131 & 232; 218.  Also see the Supplement (Philadelphia: privately printed, 1952): pp. 58, 61, 74, 89-90.
857.    Hurst, Charles G. family research
858.    Heritage, Harold Rex. family research
859.    Williams, Carolyn R. family research. e-mail of 22 Feb 2001
860.    Cozad, Sharon. family research
861.    Davenport, Martha. family research
862.    Smith, Janet Torpey. family research
863.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 1 (Chicago, IL: The Virkus Company, 1925): p. 828. ( "Shreve, Edith Daisy Jenkins (Mrs. Jesse H.)"[#17122465]) vol. 1: p. 828.)  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
864.    reserved for vol 2
865.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical
Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 3 (Chicago, IL: F.A. Virkus & Company, 1928) ( "Lineage of Alice Miriam Griffin."[#17123241]; & p. 389: "Rambo, Harold S." [#17121882] vol. 3,  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
866.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 4 (Chicago, IL: The Virkus Company, 1930): pp. 198, 309-310, 375, 524. ( p. 198 "Gardiner, Margaret Eleanor Hench (Mrs. Philip S.)[#12241119].  pp. 309-310 "Janney, Mahlon Hopkins"[#121A2112].  p. 375 "Maltby, Martha Stanley Humphreys (Mrs. Arthur N.)[#12192112]".  & p. 524: " Weary, Ruth Jordan (Mrs. Franklin G.)[#12131183])  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
867.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 5 (Chicago, IL: Institute of American Genealogy, 1933): p. 347. ( "Lineage of Mary L. H. Mayhew."[#16529221] vol. 5: p. 347.)  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
868.    Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. The Compendium of American Genealogy, The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of The First Families of America. Vol. 6 (Chicago, IL: The Institute of American Genealogy, 1937): p. 319. ( "Ickes, Harold L."[#12241B82] vol. 6: p. 319.)  Also known as The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy and as First Families of America.
869.    Jeffs, Nancy Ridgely Richardson. family research
870.    Beck, Lane. family research
871.    McGowan, Barbara. ( bgmcgowan@aol.com) family research
872.    Montgomery, Morton L. Historical and Biographical History of Berks County, Pennsylvania (Chicago: Beers Publishing Co., 1909) online at http://www.rootsweb.com/ÿ7Epaberks/
873.    Hill, Ed. ( ed@hill-ky.org, website: http://www.hill-ky.org/Reports/Rambo.pdf) family research
874.    Cemetery Inscriptions of Newton and Springfield Townships, Muskingham Co., Ohio (Muskingum Co. Genealogical Society,1983)
875.    Dale, Lalah Rambo. "A Family History (Rambo-Malone-Harris-Beall-Tuggle)" The Clark County Historical Journal (Arkadelphia, AR: Clark County Historical Association): pp. 60-73 (Fall 1982).  Thanks to Leslie Crunk for the copy.
876.    Haigler, Anne Martin. Bankston Cousins (Florissant, MO: Hardbound, Inc, 1998): pp. 5, 6.
877.    "Rambo newspaper clippings file." Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, PA.
878.    Hildeburn, Charles R., comp. Baptisms and Burials From the Records of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709-1760 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1982).  Reprinted from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography vols. 1-7 and 12-17. ( Details: see ref (606).)
879.    Humphrey, John T.  Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644-1765 (Washington, DC: Humphrey Publications, 1994)
880.     Bronson, William White. The Inscriptions in St. Peter's Churchyard, Philadelphia. Edited by Charles R. Hildeburn. (Camden, NJ: Sinnickson Chew, Printer, 1879): pp. 249, 336. ( Details: Available in Ft. Wayne 974.802 P53br.)


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