Sunday, August 23, 2009

To see grave sites of many of the relatives mentioned visit findagrave.com:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46819258.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Genealogical Sources


General Sources of Information


(S) 1671 Census of the Delaware, Peter Stebbins Craig, J.D., Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 1999.

(S) 1693 Census of Swedes on the Delaware, Peter Stebbins Craig, J.D., SAG Publications, 1993.

(S) A Genealogy of the Wives of the American Presidents, Hart, 2004.

(S) Acadian Genealogical Review, V5, #1&2, 1975.

(S) Adventures of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1625, Jester, 1956.

(S) Arlington, Fort Worth, and Dallas, TX Public Library Genealogical References.

(S) Census Tables, French LA, 1699–1732, Charles Maurdell Jr., 1993.

(S) Cavaliers and Pioneers , Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1800, Nugent, 1934.

(S) Colonial Mobile, by Peter Joseph Hamilton, 1897.

(S) Conerly’s History of Pike Co., MS State Archives, Jackson, MS.

(S) Creole Mobile, A Compendium of the Colonial Families of the Central Gulf Coast, 1702–1813; Johnnie Andrews, Jr., Prichard Bienville Historical Society, 1974.

(S) Dictionary of National Biography.

(S) Early MS Coast Families, Bouzage Bosarge Family, (S) MS Coast Historical & Genealogical Society, Special Issue 4, June 1986.

(S) Early MS Coast Families, The Ladner Odessy, by Nap L. Cassibry, II. (S) MS Coast Historical & Genealogical Society, Special Issue 6, June 1988, published in Gulfport, MS, 1987, 931 pages. LDS Call #929.273 L125c.

(S) Eleanor of Aquitaine and the Four Kings, Amy Kelly, 1950.

(S) Epistolæ, is a collection of letters to and from women in the Middle Ages; an online database of the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning.

(S) For Dixie Land I’ll Take My Stand, by H. Grady Howell Jr, 1998.

(S) Four Centuries on the Pascagoula, VI & VII, by Cyril Cain, 1962.

(S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516.

(S) Generations of Col John Bond Family Tree, (Copy created in 1998).

(S) Gulf Coast Colonials, by Winston DeVille, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1968.

(S) Heritage Quest Online.

(S) Historie et Genealogie des Acadiens, by Bona Arsenault, Port Royal, 1965, 1966.

(S) Kings & Queens of Britain, Charles Phillips, 2006.

(S) Lincolnshire Pedigrees, Arthur Roland Maddison, 1903.

(S) Louisiana Troops, by Winston DeVille, Arrow Printing Co., Fort Worth, TX.

(S) Love’s Legacy, transcribed and edited by Jacqueline Olivier Vidrine; 1985, Center for Louisiana Studies.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Douglas Richardson, 2005, Genealogical Publ. Co.

(S) Marriages of Mobile County Alabama: Vol 1, 1813-1855, & Vol 2 1856-1875; by Clinton P King and M A Barlow.

(S) Mississippi State Archives, Jackson, MS.

(S) Our French-Canadian Ancestors, by Thomas J Laforest, 1983 …

(S) Old Mobile, Fort Louis de la Louisiane 1702–1711, Jay Higginbotham, 1977.

(S) Plantagenet Ancestry, Douglas Richardson, 2004.

(S) Le Programme de recherche en démographie historique – Université de Montréal.

(S) Queen Isabella, by Alison Weir, 2005, Ballantine Books, NY.

(S) Rene Jette, Dictictionary Geneneral des Familles du Québec, University of Montréal, 1983.

(S) Shirley Bourquard, Marriage Dispensations in the Diocese of LA and Florida: 1786–1803.

(S) Sacramental Records of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Mobile, Volume 1, Section 1, 1704–1739. Author: Very Reverend Michael L Farmer, Chancellor of the Archdiocese. Published by Archdiocese of Mobile, 2002.

(S) South Carolina Department of Archives & History.

(S) The Batson Family, by Vivian Davis Bornemann, 1959.

(S) The Bond Family and Southern Kin, by Majorie Bond Zetty and Lesbia Ward Roberts, 1964.

(S) The Genealogy of Several Allied Families, by Charles Owen Johnson, 1961, Pelican Press.

(S) The First Families of Louisiana, V’s I & II, by Glenn Conrad, Claitor’s Publ., 1970.

(S) The Lower Mississippi Valley Database Project,V1 ; by G. Douglas Inglis, Gulfport, MS, 2003. Draft Copy in the Pascagoula, MS Library, Genealogy Dept.

(S) The New Orleans French, 1720–1733, by Winston Deville. A collection of marriage records.

(S) The Plantagenet Encyclopedia, ed. by E. Hallum, 1996.

(S) UK National Archives On-line database.

(S) William Milligan Frazer Bible. Present owner, Charles Owen Johnson.

(S) www.ancestry.com. Fee-based Site.

(S) www.familysearch.org. LDS Records.

(S) www.glorecords.blm.gov. Government Land Office Records.

(S) www.google.com. Internet Search Engine.

(S) www.usgenweb.org. Free Genealogical Information Hosted by RootsWeb.

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Abbreviations, Calendars, Ahnentafel Numbering

Abbreviations

ANNC, The Annunciation Church, Kiln, MS.
BB: Baptismal Book.
CIC, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Mobile, AL.
GCC: Gulf Coast Colonials by DeVille.
LMVDP: Lower Mississippi Valley Database Project.
MAA; Mobile Archdiocese Archives.
MB: Marriage Book.
MCH&GS: Mississippi Coast Historical & Genealogical Society
NBVM: Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Biloxi, MS.
OLG: Our Lady of the Gulf, Bay St. Louis, MS.
SLC: St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, LA.

Calendars

              For the date “current date” of 3/16/1612, back then, an Englishman would have written March 6, 1611; a Spaniard  would have written March 16, 1612; and a Dutchman some combination of the two. Before 1752, the year in Great Britain began March 21st, with the month of March being called the 1st month of the year. In 1751, the British calendar was changed to conform to those of Catholic countries in Europe as designated in 1582 under Pope Gregory [hence Gregorian calendar]. Beginning in 1752 the 1st month in Britain was moved to January. Customary references to January, February or March dates before this may be designated 1648-9, 1750/51, …

Ahnentafel Numbers

              To find the father of a person, just multiple their number by 2. To find the mother of a person, multiple their number by 2 and add 1. Many times a person will fill multiple numbers. This also means the same person can appear in multiple generations, although they will be close, depending on which children from which generation intermarry. Only one Ahnentafel number of each individual may be shown. Because the originating generations are not temporally aligned, intermarrying ancestors may also appear out of temporal alignment.

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Dedication and Thanks

Dedication and Thanks

It is a revered thing to see an ancient castle not in decay; how much more to behold an ancient family which has stood against the waves and weathers of time!” Sir Francis Bacon.

 

Special dedication to my aunt, Annie Lou Bond Dodd. She inspired me to research my family background.

 

If I have seen farther than others, it is because I was standing on the shoulders of giants.” Isaac Newton. My personal giants whose previous efforts greatly eased my task:

 

Mary Louise Atkins, author of Bouzage Bosarge Family.

Nap L. Cassibry II, author of The Ladner Odessy.

Charles Owen Johnson, author of The Genealogy of Several Allied Families.

Brother Jerome Lepre, whose numerous articles covered multiple related families.

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Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles and Cousins


This shows how grandparents and cousins are related to the 1st generations of siblings designated in my publications.

Ancestral Bloodline Relationships

Note: in my publications "1C2R" means 1st cousin twice removed.

Followers