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150. St Mary Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA, Arthur Toner Lot, Sec. F, Lot 203, transcription, Joël.
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152. “Death Ann Shroed (ID 113),” The Pittsburgh Gazette, 9 Dec. 1889, Microfilm # N49, Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, Pa.
153. “Death Ann SCHROED (ID 113),” 7 Dec. 1889, Allegheny City, Pa., 145, Register of Wills, County of Allegheny, Pittsburgh, Pa.
154. “Obituary of Sarah Anne McCullough (ID 806),” Pittsburgh Gazette Times, 6 May 1927, p. 5, column 4, Sue Hadden, “Obituary of Sarah Anne McCullough ID 806,” page 5, col. 4, Sue Hadden.
155. “Marriage of Henry McCullough & Mary Lewis (ID 114-115),” 10/1826, St. Patrick’s Church, Pittsburgh, PA., vol.1 p.38, Rev. Charles B. Maguire, Pastor., transcription.
156. Lewisiana or the Lewis Letter, published monthly in Guilford, Conn, beginining with Vol. 4, No. 1 in July 1893 to Vol. 17 in 1907., (Book XXXI Lewis, Llandaff, Wales 1816., by Richard G. Lewis, Chillicothe, Ohio), 1889 (Vol 2 , p. 101- Vol. 3, p.6,7,11,31,32,80,91); 1893 (Vol. IV, p. 13); 1896 (Vol. VI, p.167), Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, call# is 929.2 L5802L, Sue Hadden.
157. “Death Henry McCullough (ID 114),” The Pittsburgh Gazette, 14 Feb. 1873, Microfilm # N49, Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, Pa.
158. (Henry McCullough, ID 114), John Newton Boucher, A Century and a half of Pittsburg and her people, The Lewis Publishing Company, 1908, 3, 442-447, Historical Pittsburgh web pages, http://digital.library.pitt.edu/pittsburgh/index.html.
159. “Death Henry McCollough (ID 114),” 13 Feb. 1873, Pittsburgh, Pa., Register of Wills, County of Allegheny, Pittsburgh, Pa.
160. “obit of Michael McCullough Jr. (ID 4562),” “Death of a Pioneer”, Pittsburgh, March 23, 1887, Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, Pa.
161. Memories of Charles Hagan, bef 1933, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~kmparker/gen/Surname%20Reports/hag.htm, Karen Parker, kmparker@austin.rr.com.
162. “Last Will & Testament of Mary Lewis (ID 115),” Sue Hadden, Dec. 16, 1875 - Feb. 17, 1877 - Nov. 13, 1877 - Nov. 23, 1877.
163. Deborah Jones Nagy, “McCullough,” 2001, e-mails.
164. “Death of Henry McCullough (ID 114), Feb. 13, 1873,” Pittsburgh, Pa, Volume 6 page 218, Death Register, e-mail, Deborah Jones Nagy, 2/2001.
165. “Death of Sarah A. McCullough (ID 826),” 5 May 1927, Crafton, Pa, file N° 48768, registered N° 24, photocopy, Pa Department of Health.
166. 1880 Federal Census, “John Duross O’Bryan (ID 665),” Twp-Upper Merion Groves, Montgomery Co, PA., Pg. 136, SD# 4, ED# 30., e-mail 2001, Sue Hadden, shadden@gateway.net.
167. “Henry McCullough (ID 114) in 1870 Census,” 4th Ward Pittsburgh, Allegheny Cty, PA., 16/6/1870, microfilm, Roll #1295, 43, Dwelling # 293, Family # 337.
168. “Henry McCullough’s estate (ID 114),” N°45 Dec Term 1888, 22 April 1890, orphans’ CourtAllegheny County, PA.
170. “Death Mary Lewis (ID 115),” The Pittsburgh Gazette, 22 Nov. 1880, Microfilm # N49, Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, Pa.
171. “marriage Ross-Toner (ID 124-39),” 28 Sept.1888, PITTSBURGH, PA, Vol. 9-119, 1885-1890, index to marriage licences, microfilm # 12629, Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, Pa.
172. “marriage Ross-Toner (ID 124-39),” 28 Sept.1888, St. Paul Cathedral, PITTSBURGH, PA, Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pa.
173. “John W Ross died,” Social Register, Washington, DC., 1903, Jackie Felix.
175. Handwritten remarks, No VIII patterson’s Pittsburgh Town & County, Almanach for 1820. Published 1819., Amélie Lauve.
176. “Dixon-Waye (ID 128-129) on,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin...db=shean&id=I125, Barbara McLean {Mclean811@aol.com}, 2001.
177. “Vermont, 1790 federal census,” image 5, Bennington, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GYYJ-...71147&cc=1803959.
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183. “Vital Statistics from the Colonial Patriot (Pictou).,” Dec 1827-May 1834.
184. “Sacramento Bee,” Sacramento, CA, 27/11/1866, Marriage Barbara Georgina Martin & Robert S. Falconer, photocopy, Joël.
185. “The Colonial Standart,” Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1 January 1867, 2, Micro. 4699, Nova Scotia Archives.
186. Allan E. Marble, Death, Burials, and Probate of Nova Scotians, 1800-1850, From Primary Sources, Halifax, NS: Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1999, 4 Vol., 3.
187. Steven Kerr
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194. “EC Namur,” Archives de l’État à Namur.
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199. “Décès d’Isabelle Neujean (ID 148),” 6/3/1903, Housse, Belgique., vol. 1, fol. 152 (?), case 8, N°3., population, photocopie.
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202. “Décès de Jeanne-Joseph Halleux (ID 150),” 21/3/1900, Saive, Belgique., Folio 167, case 2, N°10., population, photocopie.
203. Herbert M. Schleicher, 80.000 Totenzettel aus Rheinischen Sammlungen, Westdeutche gesellschaft für familienkunde e. V., Sitz Köln., Köln 1987, Band II FR-Kn, 341.
204. “Sterbe von Johann Heinrich Hendrichs (ID 185),” 9/7/1836, Köln, Deutchland., N° 1070, photocopie.
205. “Sterbe von Elisabeth Dieffendhal,” 16/7/1864, Köln, Deutchland., N° 1919 (164), photocopie.
206. “Mariage Hendrichs-Tiefendahl (ID 185- 186),” 28/2/1802 (8 Ventose X), Köln, Deutchland., N° 141, photocopie.
207. “Auszugen dem Sterbe=Register,” 7/5/1832, Kleve, Deutchland., N°s: 5, 135, 83, 9, 34, et 43., photocopie.
209. “Auszug Kirchenbuch.,” 22/8/1784, Burtscheid St. Michael, Aachen, Deutchland., Band 93 Seite 464., transcription, Stadt Archiv.
210. “Acte de décès,” 26/12/1813, Achen, Deutchland., N° 153, photocopie.
211. “Sterbe=Urkunde,” 8/5/1819, Aachen, Deutchland., N° 308, photocopie.
212. “Auszug dem Taufregister,” 15/8/1762, St. Foillan, Aachen, Deutchland., Band 33 Seite 214., transcription, Stadt Archiv.
213. “Maria Francisca VOESSEN,” 20/2/1762, Burtscheid St. Michael, Aachen, Deutchland., Taufen, Band 93 Seite 3/109., transcription, Stadt Archiv.
214. “Heirat CANISIUS-HERMANS,” 28-9-1798 St. Foillan, 29-8-1798 St. Jakob, Aachen, Deutchland., Band 57a Seite 34 et Bd 59 Seite 75, transcription, Stadt Archiv Aachen.
215. “Johan Peter Canisius Tauf,” 12/1/1772, St. Foillan, Aachen, Deutchland., transcription, Stadt Archiv Aachen.
216. “Sterbe Johan Peter Canisius,” 18/3/1832, Aachen, Deutchland., N° 361, Blatt 181, photocopie.
217. “Baptism of Norbert Lauve (ID 145),” 23/10/1812, St. Louis Church, New Orleans, LA., 325, photocopy.
218. “Col. Henry Grasselli LAGARDE to Louis Leroy LAUVE,” 17/5/1961, photocopy, Joël.
219. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Certified Genealogist, 107 Wooddridge, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401, “report No. 1, to Don & Francis Lauve, of Houston,TX.,” 27 October 1984, Amélie Lauve.
220. “Baptism of Sinphorien Lauve (ID 324),” 12/1764, LA, USA., photocopy.
221. “Marriage Lauve-Dubourg (ID 325-326),” 21/3/1805, St.Louis, New Orleans, LA, USA., Page 174 Act 716, Marriage 2 (1784-1806), translation.
222. “Lauve Family Newsletter, Don & Francis Lauve,” May, 1992, Amélie Lauve.
225. “Marriage Gayard-Lauve (ID 330-329),” 8/1/1801, St. Louis, New Orleans, LA, USA., Page 133 Act 529, Marriage 2 (1784-1806), translation.
226. “A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774 - 1875,” American State Papers, House of Representatives, 14th Congress, 1st Session, Public Lands: Volume 3, http://www.memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/hlaw:@field(DOCID+@lit(sp0303)):.
227. Archives Nationales, Paris, F., Minutier central, ET/II/696, Août 1780, Notaire QUATREMERE, Jean-Paul Desaive, Département de l'Yonne, France.
228. St-Servais (Sainte-Croix), Namur, B., “Tables des Registres paroissiaux,” (les RP ont été détruits en 1914), Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
229. RP St Jean-Baptiste, St Loup, et St Nicolas à Namur, B., 1580 - 1796, UCL, bibliothèque générale et des sciences humaines, et Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
230. “RP Flawinne,” Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
231. St Michel, Namur, “Registres paroissiaux,” 1570 - 1796, Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
232. “RP St Jean-l’Evangéliste, Namur, B.,” 1600 - 1796, Archives de l’État à Namur.
233. Répertoire des bourgeois de Namur, 1700-1796, par M. VAN DAMME-MAIRESSE et Guy DELVIGNE, Archives Générales du Royaume, 1986, Archives de l’État à Namur.
234. http://ortwein-genealogie.de/b_ahnenliste.htm, Friedrich Ortwein, Köln, nc-ortweifr@netcologne.de, Fritz.Ortwein@netcologne.de, 12-2004.
235. “Auszug dem Kirchenbuch,” 5/2/1758, St. Jakob, Aachen, Deutchland., Band 58 Seite 115, transcription, Stadtarchiv.
236. 1812, Aachen, “Einwohner list,” B n° 159.
237. “Auszug dem Kirchenbuch,” 11/9/1757, Burtscheid St. Michael, Aachen, Deutchland., Band 93 Seite 396, photocopie., Stadtarchiv.
238. “Anna Gertrudis VOISS,” 28-8-1735, Burtscheid St. Michael, Aachen, Deutchland., Taufen, Band 92 Seite 145, transcription, Stadt Archiv.
239. “Heirat CANISIUS-RECKER,” 29/1/1754, St. Foillan, Aachen, Deutchland., Band 54 # 109, transcription, Stadt Archiv Aachen.
240. 1812, Aachen, “Einwohner list,” A n° 904-905.
242. “Maria Magdalena RECKER,” 26-4-1734, St. Foillan, Aachen, Deutchland., Taufen Bd 24 Seite 290, transcription, Stadt Archiv Aachen.
243. “(X)HENEUMONT,” de 1791 à 1842, Etat Civil de Liège.
244. “(X)HENEUMONT,” de 1688 à 1819, Registres paroissiaux de Liège.
245. Ste Marguerite, Liège, Belgique., http://search.arch.be/fr/themes/jalon, Archives de l’Etat à Liège (AEL) .
246. “Baptême de Maria Ida Cox (ID285),” 16/5/1781, Notredame-aux-Fonts, Liège, Belgique., photocopie, AGR.
247. “RP de Notre-Dame-aux-Fonts, Liège, B.,” microfilms, YL 132-136, Bibliothèque Générales des Sciences Humaines, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve.
248. “décès André XHENEUMONT,” acté le 7 jan 1807, Liège, folio 6 acte 25.
249. RP de Ste Véronique, Liège, B., Bibliothèque Générales des Sciences Humaines, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve.
250. “Baptême de Philippe Alexandre Xheneumont (ID 286),” 6/1/1777, Ste Véronique, Liège, Belgique., photocopie, AGR.
251. “décès Philippe Alexandre XHENEUMONT,” acté le 27-5-1819, Liège.
252. “Obituaire Maria Carlier (ID 291),” 16/10/1814, Ste Marguerite, Liège, Belgique., photocopie, AGR.
253. “RP,” Halle, Brabant Flamand, B., http://search.arch.be/fr/themes/jalon.
254. “Obituaire Joannes Cleffer (ID 290),” 14/5/1812, Ste Marguerite, Liège, Belgique., photocopie, AGR.
255. “RP de St-Servais, Liège, B.,” microfilm, YL 181-184, Bibliothèque Générales des Sciences Humaines, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve.
256. RP de St-Jean-Baptiste, Liège, Belgique., microfilms, YL 166, Bibliothèque Générales des Sciences Humaines, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve.
257. “RP de St-André, Liège, B.,” microfilm, YL 149, Bibliothèque Générales des Sciences Humaines, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve.
258. “RP de Velm (Sint-Truiden), Limburg, B.,” http://search.arch.be/fr/themes/jalon.
259. “registres de population de Liège 1800-1807,” quartier du sud (Avroy), hors ville, YL 740, Vol 3 - YL761 Vol 22 - YL762 Vol 22 - YL788 Vol 32 - YL 792 Vol 4.
260. “Marriage Roche-Sigur (ID 298-299),” 2/8/1794, Cathedral of St. Louis, New Orleans, LA., Page 97, Act 423., Marriage 1784-1806, translation.
261. Mme A. Chat, 140 rue république, F-54140 Jarville, lettre, AC 303 LAY St Christophe.
262. Mme A. Chat, 140 rue république, F-54140 Jarville, 16 juin 1988, lettre, AC 303 LAY St Christophe.
263. “Funeral Laurent SIGUR (ID 300),” 18/11/1816, Cathedral of St. Louis, New Orleans, LA., page 41b, Act 332, Funeral Book 1815-1820, transcription.
264. Mme A. Chat, 140 rue république, F-54140 Jarville, lettre, 5E 3493 - CHEMINOT.
265. “RP de Lay-Saint-Christophe, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.,” 1642-1792, http://archivesenligne.archives.cg54.fr/arkotheque...rech.php?ref_fonds=1.
266. Reverend Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1706-1810 (revised edition), 514.
267. Diocese of Baton Rouge, LA., Catholic Church Records 1770-1803, 2, 673.
269. #7921, 1700-1790, “Echevinage: Cour de Vedrin, causes ordinaires,” Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
270. # 7909, Echevinage: Testaments et mesurages, “cour de justice de Vedrin,” 1618-1771, Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
271. # 7896, 8 janvier 1719/1 mars 1764, “Echevinage: registre de la haute cour de Vedrin,” Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
272. # 7898, 8 janvier 1764/1783, “Echevinage: registre de la haute cour de Vedrin,” Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
273. #7905, …-1766, “Echevinage: copies d’actes de la Haute Cour de Vedrin,” Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
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274. #7918 (6976), 7 mai 1759-12 novembre 1776, “registre aux causes de la haute cour de Vedrin,” Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
275. #2204, communes, ancien régime: Vedrin: réglements communaux1382 - 1794, “Plaids: ordonnances de police, resolution 1662-1794,” Archives de l’État à Namur.
276. Etat Civil d’Houx, B., film n° 1351613, Archives de l’Etat à Namur.
277. “Mariage Colinet-Ledent (ID 320-321),” 7/4/1777, Saive, Belgique., photocopie, AGR.
278. “RP de Ste-Aldegonde, Liège, B.,” microfilm, YL 148, Bibliothèque Générales des Sciences Humaines, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve.
279. Mme A. Chat, 140 rue république, F-54140 Jarville, lettre, 5E 9943-9946 - LOUVIGNY.
280. Gérard Louyot, 37, Av. Général de Gaulle à 57050 Le Ban St.-Martin, France (0033 87 30 43 35)., “photocopies de nos ancêtres,” 26 juillet 1993, Amélie Lauve.
281. Mme A. Chat, 140 rue république, F-54140 Jarville, lettre, 5MI 2063.& 2062 - PONT à Mousson, paroisse Saint Laurent.
282. “RP de Pompey, Meurthe-et-Moselle, F.,” http://archivesenligne.archives.cg54.fr/arkotheque...ndex.php?ref_fonds=1.
283. http://www.geneanet.org/contact.php3?source=escallier1, Pierre CASTELLI-ESCALLIER, nouradon@yahoo.fr, 8 bis, Allée des Lavandes 30650 Rochefort du Gard France.
284. Vol. 2, “40000 ancêtres du comte de Paris (1908-1999),” André DE MOURA.
285. “Taylor-Walker (ID 500-501) on,” http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/IGI/individ...2444179&ldsnn=12, 2001.
286. Nathan Taylor (ID 500) on, {DGauth9091@aol.com}, http://searches2.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/...R+1998+30255077883+F, 2001.
287. “Delaware County, Ohio -Will Abstracts 1812-1825,” Gateway to the West (Ohio records) , Anita Short, Genealogical Publishing Com, 1 janv. 1989, Will Book 1, Page 390 (web), page 98 (book), http://books.google.be/books?id=V5cl8YcmaN0C&l...8%20will&f=false.
288. “Taylor/Rosencrans,” Laura Rinderknecht, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...erknecht&id=I161, lrinderknecht@totalaccess.net, 2001.
289. “1850 Census,” Lafayette Township, Ogle Cty, ILL., Copied and indexed by Mes. Bernice C. Richard., 20/12/1850, 131, http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilogle/LafayetteTwp1850space.txt.
290. Band III, Europäische Stammtafeln, Bibliothèque Générale des Sciences Humaines, Louvain-la-Neuve.
291. Band II, Europäische Stammtafeln, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, Bruxelles.
292. “Les Capétiens (888-1328),” par Ivan Gobry, Documents d’Histoire, Tallandier, Paris, 2001, ISBN 2-235-02291-X, beaucoup d’erreurs!
293. “Les Courtenay, destin d’une illustre famille bourguignonne,” Alice SAUNIER-SÉÏTÉ, membre de l’Institut, Édition France-Empire, 1998, ISBN 2-7048-0845-7.
294. Vol. 1, Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé)., “Histoire généalogique et chronologique de la maison royale de France, des pairs, grands officiers de la Couronne, de la Maison du Roy et des anciens barons du royaume..,” Paris : la compagnie des libraires, 1726-1733, http://gallica.bnf.fr/.
295. “Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists who Came to America before 1700.,” created by Frederick Lewis WEIS, continued by Walter Lee SHEPPARD, Jr., Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., 8th Edition, 2004.
296. “Royalty for Commoners, The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, son of Edward III, King of England, and Queen Philippa.,” 4th Edition, Roderick W. STUART, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., 2002.
297. http://www.genealogie33.org/pduc/duc.htm, JM DUCOSSON, jmducosson@m6net.fr, 2002.
298. Volume 8, “Histoire généalogique et héraldique des pairs de France:-des grands dignitaires de la couronne, des principales familles nobles du royaume et des maisons princières de l'Europe, précédée de la généalogie de la maison de France,” 1827, Jean Baptiste Pierre Jullien de Courcelles, http://books.google.fr/books?id=I0sWAAAAYAAJ&p...ge&q&f=false.
299. “Histoire généalogique de la maison d' Auvergne:…,” Volume 1, Étienne Baluze, Antoine Dezallier, 1708, http://books.google.be/books?id=D5VFAAAAcAAJ&d...q=apchon&f=false.
300. Band I.2, Europäische Stammtafeln, Bibliothèque Générale des Sciences Humaines, Louvain-la-Neuve.
301. Band I.1, “Die fränkischen Könige und die Könige und …,” Europäische Stammtafeln, Neue Folge, Detlev Schwennicke, Vittorio Klostermann - Frankfurt Am Main, 1998, ISBN 3-465-02743-4.
302. Vol. 1, The Peerage of Ireland, or a Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of that Kingdom, John LODGE and Mervyn ARCHDALL, James Moore, 45 College-Green, Dublin, 1789, http://books.google.com.
303. “Blood Royal, From the time of Alexander the Great to Queen Elizabeth II,” Charles Mosley, Smith’s Peerage Limited, London 2002, ISBN 0 9524229 9 9.
305. Band VII, Europäische Stammtafeln, Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique, Bruxelles.
306. “généalogie DE MONTMORENCY,” Heraut d'Armes LEFORT, manuscrits LEFORT, A. MULLENDERS, SCRIPTA, 1982, pp. 173-245, papier, tome XIII, n° 218, Archives de l’Etat à Liège.
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307. Volume 11, “Histoire généalogique et héraldique des pairs de France:-des grands dignitaires de la couronne, des principales familles nobles du royaume et des maisons princières de l'Europe, précédée de la généalogie de la maison de France,” 1831, Jean Baptiste Pierre Jullien de Courcelles, http://books.google.be/books?id=fksWAAAAYAAJ&l...toucy%22&f=false.
308. Vol. 7, Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé)., “Histoire généalogique et chronologique de la maison royale de France, des pairs, grands officiers de la Couronne, de la Maison du Roy et des anciens barons du royaume..,” Paris : la compagnie des libraires, 1728.
310. “Les anciens dynastes d’Esch-sur-la-Sûre,” Imprimerie François BOURG-BOURGER, Luxembourg, 1905, J. VANNÉRUS, 3A9002, Bibliothèque Générale des Sciences Humaines, Louvain-la-Neuve.
311. Band XIII, Europäische Stammtafeln, Bibliothèque Générale des Sciences Humaines, Louvain-la-Neuve.
312. “Seigneurs de Saint-Vérain,” Etienne Pattou, 2006, http://racineshistoire.free.fr/LGN/PDF/Saint-Verain.pdf.
313. “The Scots Peerage,” Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, The Scottish Genealogy Society.
314. “The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct, or Dormant,” G. E. Cokayne, 6-Volume edition, St Catharine press, London, 1910, ABC Publications, http://www.abc-publications.co.uk/shop/index.php.
315. “Handbook of British Chronology,” 3rd Edition, 1997, E. B. Fryde, D. E. Greenway, S. Porter, and I. Roy, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0 521 56350 X hardback.
316. “Baronetage & Knightage,” Burke’s Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 107th Edition, volumes I, II and III, Charles MOSLEY, 2003, ISBN 0-9711966-2-1, http://www.burkes-peerage.net.
317. “The Mammoth Book of British Kings & Queens,” by Mike ASHLEY, ROBINSON, London, 1998.
318. “A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire, 22th Ed.,” by Sir Bernard BURKE, London, 1860, www.gallica.bnf.fr.
319. “A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire,” Vol. 1, John BURKE, Esq., Henry COLBURN and Richard BENTLEY, 1832.
320. “The Kingdom in Scotland,” Burke’s Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 19th edition - Volume 1, Peter Beauclerk Dewar, 2001, ISBN 0-9711966-0-5.
321. “Earldom of Douglas,” The Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, London, The St Catherine Press, 1916, Vol. IV, pp. 430-434, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh.
322. “Les tombeaux des personnes illustres ..,” Jean Le Laboureur, 1642, https://books.google.be/books?id=ArZQAAAAcAAJ&...20braque&f=false.
323. “The heraldry of the Hamiltons; with notes on all the males of the family, description of the arms, plates and pedigrees,” George Harvey Johnston, Edinburgh ; London : W. & A.K. Johnston, 1909, http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/g-harvey-geo...ily-descri-nho.shtml.
324. “The peerage of Scotland: a genealogical and historical account of all the peers of that ancient kingdom ..,” Printed for J. Almon, 1767, http://books.google.be/books?id=-YkUAAAAYAAJ&l...lmarnock&f=false.
326. “RP de Riez , Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, F.,” (1614-1654) 1MI5/0008, (1641-1673) 1MI5/0009, (1641-1684) 1MI5/0010, (1687-1718) 1MI5/0011, BMS, http://www.archivesdefrance.culture.gouv.fr/ressources/en-ligne/etat-civil/.
327. “Love's Legacy - The Record of Mobile Marriages
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329. Band XIV, Europäische Stammtafeln, Bibliothèque Générale des Sciences Humaines, Louvain-la-Neuve.
330. “CJ de Saive n° 2,” du 29-4-1539 au 16-6-1554, AEL.
331. “CJ de Saive n° 3,” du 4-5-1546 au 16-6-1554, AEL.
332. “Famille de Toussaint Jean Hubert de SAIVE, mayeur de Saive de 1581 à 1601,” Jean MORNARD, juin 2003, pages 86-87, Cercle Historique de Fléron, chf-fleron@skynet.be.
333. Jean-Paul Desaive, Département de l'Yonne, France, “Des Renotte aux Desaive: Parcours rapide de l'histoire familiale (1350 - 2005),” 11-2007, “Généalogie abrégée des Rennotte de Herstal et de leur descendance ,” 2-2010.
336. “CJ de Saive n° 4,” années 1554 - 1559, AEL.
337. “CJ de Saive n° 5,” du 4-4-1559 au 9-4-1568, AEL.
338. “CJ de Saive n° 6,” années 1557-1565, AEL.
339. “Rosecrans/Taylor on,” Lorraine Luke {LORILUKE@prodigy.net}, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...gemini&id=I17761, 2001.
341. “Rosencrans-Taylor’s branch,” Donna Hoff-Grambau {dhoffgr@sensible-net.com}, descended from a sister of John Q. Drummond, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...amplad&id=I10047, 2001.
342. “Taylor/Rosenkrans on,” Jacquelyn Erhard Bean {jebean@ccape.net}, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?o...bean13&id=I06964, 2001.
343. The Mackenzies of River John, by T. G. Mackenzie, copied from an original borrowed from Charles MacLennan III (Feb 17,1979), Bill Maclennan, Nova Scotia.
344. “Contin, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland: Parish Register,” http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk.
346. “Genealogical Tables of the Clan Mackenzie,” by Major James Dixon Mackenzie of Findon, M’FARLANE & ERSKINE, Edinburgh, 1879, Clan Mackenzie Society of Scotland and the UK, 11 Heatherley Crescent, Inverness, IV2 4AW, http://www.clan-mackenzie.org.uk/.
347. “The Mackenzies of Ballone,” Hector Hugh Mackenzie, The Northern Chronicle Office, Inverness, 1941.
348. Jean Mackenzie, Glasgow, 2012, http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.britisles....al/315.3.1.1/mb.ashx, information comes from a family tree of Hector Mackenzie's descendants drawn up in 1858 to identify the beneficiaries of a will.
350. “Letter from Bill MacLennan,” November 21, 2000, 41 Litchfield Crescent, Halifax, N. S. B3P 2N4, Canada.
351. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~coigach/altimack.htm, Donald MacDonald-Ross <dmacdon2@becon.org>.
352. “Sketches of Pictou County doctors,” MG 100 Volume 188#15D, Micro 15203, Nova Scotia Archives.
353. Fasti Ecclesiæ Scoticanæ, 1923, Hew Scott, page 107, Vol IV, (Presb. of Mull) Ardnamurchan and Eilean Finain, year 1779.
354. Rev. A. Maclean Sinclair (with notes transcribed by David Robertson), The Clan Gillean., Charlottetown, 1899, CD, book scanned and this CD was created by Doug McLean of McLean Micro, Clan MacLean Atlantic, http://www.clanmacleanatlantic.org/cdad.html.
355. “Obituary of Dr. James Skinner,” The Bee, Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada, 21/9/1836, 143, col. 3, micro. 9377, Nova Scotia Archives.
356. “Obituary of Mrs Elizabeth Skinner,” Colonial Patriot, December 31, 1831, 3, Nova Scotia Archives, micro. 4694.
358. “Mrs Loraine Maclean of Dochgarroch,” 2 December 1991.
360. J. P. MacLean, A History of the Clan MacLean, 1889, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh., CD, book scanned and this CD was created by Doug McLean of McLean Micro, Clan MacLean Atlantic, http://www.clanmacleanatlantic.org/cdad.html.
361. A. Seneachie, An Historical and genealogical Account of The Clan Maclean, from its First Settlement at Castle Duart, in the Isle of Mull, to the Present Period., London: Smith, Elder, and Co. Cornhill, and Laing and Forbes, Edinburgh.
362. Lists of widows and children (Presbyterian), 26 May 1788, CH.9/9/9, 77-78.
363. http://www.gillean.com/Roots/index.htm, Timothy MacLaine, Genealogy_DB@netzero.com, Genealogy@Gillean.com, doesn’t exist any more since 2006.
364. Jo Currie, {jo.currie@easynet.co.uk}, 2001.
365. “MS on the MacLachlans, genealogy of the Chiefs,” Nov. 2001, from the present Chief, Euan Maclachlan of Maclachlan, "Tom McLachlan" <gml59@dial.pipex.com>.
366. “Greenock New or Middle, Renfrewshire, SCO, Parish Register,” http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk.
367. “Lismore Appin and Duror [Duror, Lismore and Appin?], Argyll, SCO, Parish Register,” http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk.
368. “Last Will & Testament,” http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk.
369. “Maclachlan of Maclachlan, from Issue 30. 1994 of the Clan Lachlan,” Tom McLACHLAN, Clan lachlan Association & Lachlan trust of Canada, http://www.clanlachlan.ca/default1.htm.
370. “Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain anf Ireland,” John Burke, Sir Bernard Burke, Volume 3, H. Colburn, 1850, http://books.google.be/books?id=9NDTAAAAMAAJ&d...frampton&f=false.
371. “A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland,” Bernard Burke, Harrison, 1871, http://books.google.be/books?id=qmh2AAAAMAAJ&l...chlan%22&f=false, Volume 2.
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