Surnames T - V
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Talcott, Talley, Tandy, Tapp, Taylor, Tefft, Tegarden, Temple, Tener, Terrill, Thompson, Throckmorton, Tillinghast, Timberlake, Timmerman, Todd, Tope, Trabue, Treat/Tratt/Trott, Trezevant, Tribble, Trotter, Troxel(l), Truesdell, Tupper, Turner, Turton, Tuttle, Twitchell, Tyler, Tyrrell, Tysen
"TALCOTT PEDIGREE: ENGLAND TO AMERCIA." S.V. Talcott.....1876. Goes from the First person from England in 1558 to 1876...All lines/ children/wives/dates of marriage/death/birth date as well. JB20
"A History of the Talley Family on the Delaware and Their Descendants, including a Genealogical Register, Modern Biography and Miscellany. Early History and Genealogy from 1686" By George A. Talley; published in Philadelphia by Moyer & Lesher, 223 East Girard Avenue; 1899; 252 pages. A GEDCOM file of data extracted from this book is also available. [This book can be freely downloaded from the Internet Archive.]
"The Rest of the Story." Part I Higgins-Smelser; Part II Snelling-Tandy. Shirley C Townsend, 1992. Family research including family trees, maps, copies of handwritten documents, citations, etc. LDR
"Genealogy of the Cloyd, Basye and Tapp Families in America." By A.D. CLOYD, M.D., Omaha, Nebraska, 1912. "With brief sketches referring to the families of Ingels, Jones, Marshall and Smith." [This book is available as a free download from the Internet Archives.]
"The Forebearers and Descendants of William Taylor and Mahala Cromwell." Carrie Cathern Carte. The Virginia Taylor's. Includes a pedigree chart of ansestos of Zachry Taylor. 502 pages. KS6
"Genealogy of Descendants and Allied Families of Miles Davis and Deborah Faires, Ezekiel Inman and Matilda Taylor of Tennessee and Arkansas." Willis Taylor Finley, self-published, 2005. This is a very carefully prepared genealogy of these families. Sources are included. JBCH
"Descendants of John Tefft (1614-1676)." Rachel Saul Tefft, unknown, 1997. John Tefft was born in England and died in Portsmouth, RI. He married Mary, daughter of James Barber. 346 pp. Indexed. MI
"Descendants of Abraham Tegarden." Compiled by Helen E. Vogt, published by George & Shirley Teegarden, July 1988. 230 years of accumulated data on the Tegarden Family as descended from the founder, ABRAHAM TEGARDEN b. 1688 in Prussia, d. 1753 in America. **Access to the book for researchers is provided by the publisher on the website: http://www.abrahamtegarden.com via the link "(see more)". The complete index to the book is provided with the page numbers linked to scanned images of the pages.** GWT
"Some Temple Pedigrees - A Genealogy of the Known Descendants of Abraham Temple Who Settled In Salem, MA in 1636." Levi Daniel Temple, 1900. KH1
"Tener: A History of a Family in France, Ireland and America." Privately printed, 1949, for Hampden E. Tener Jr. of Montclair, NJ. A good family history of the Tener family mostly in County Tyrone, Ireland - and their immigration to America. D9
"Roger and Abigail (Ufford) Terrill & some descendants 1632-1993." Bruce W. Tyrrell author/Bruce W. Tyrrell publisher/1995. Ten Generations from Roger and Abigail (Ufford) Terrill to present (1995). CDY, SMH
"James George Thompson 1802-1879." Mary Randolph Wilson Kelsey and Mavis Parrott Kelsey, Sr. Surnames: Thompson, Gresham, Dillard, Winfrey, Randolph, Burdine, Anderson. NN
"A Genealogical and Historical Account of the Throckmorton and Allied Families 1066-1926." C. Wickliffe Throckmorton. Spartanburg, South Carolina: The Reprint Company, Publishers, 2002. DK3
"Throckmorton Family History." Frances Grimes Sitherwood. Spartanburg, South Carolina: The Reprint Company, Publishers, 2006. DK3
"The Tillinghast Family 1560-1971." by Rose C. Tillinghast. The book was privately published in 1972 and traces the Ancestors and Descendants of Pardon Tillinghast (b. 1622 in England, came to America in 1643, and settled in Providence, RI, in 1645). TL
"The Tillinghasts in America, The First Four Generations." Wayne Tillinghast, Rhode Island Genealogical Society, 2006. C1
"Look Where the Sun Is--Timberlake Reflections." Clarice Jones Foster, The R. L. Bryan Company, Columbia, SC, 1985. Timberlake Family and Collateral Lines. DK3
See under Herkimer Co., NY.
"A Todd Family History and Genealogy 1749-1987: Todds of Somerset County, New Jersey, and Hamilton County, Ohio -- Principally the Ancestors and Descendants of John and Ann Phoenix Todd." The book was compiled by Frederick and Ruth A. Becker. It was published by the Anderson Publishing Co. in 1987. TL
"History of the TOPE FAMILY." Written by Melancthon Tope, 1896. (Revised 1980 by Austin Dale Maddux). LS7
"Now You Know Who That IS!" The family trees of Harry Tope and Mabel Carrie Coats Miller Tope. Copyright 1984 by A. D. Maddx. LS7
"French Huguenots of Manakintown, Virginia: 'The Trabue Family in America 1700-1983.'" Julie Trabue Yates & Charles C Trabue, IV M.D., Gateway Press 1983. The line of descendents from Antoine Trabue, the Huguenot, from Montauban, France (b. 1667/68, d. Jan. 29, 1724). LL2
"TREAT FAMILY - 1893 - A Genealogy of Trott, Tratt and Treat." John Harvey Treat, A.M., Salem Press & Printing Co., 1893. Fifteen generations, and four hundred and fifty years in England and America with illustrations and autographs containing more than fifteen hundred families in America. Surnames included are, Baldwin, Boardman, Beers, Bryan, Bull/Buel, Camp, Canfield, Crane, Deming, Freeman, Gaylord, Gross, Holbrook, Hollister, Hopkins, Hubbard, Hulbert/Hurlbut, Paine, Rich, Savage, Schermerhorn, Smith, Tryon, Voorhees/Van Vorhees, Wolcott. CA2
"Trezevant Family in the United States." John Timothee Trezevant, Dallas Texas Published by the State Company, Columbia, South Carolina, 1914. Full title: "Trezevant Family in the United States, From the date of the arrival of Daniel Trezevant, Huguenot, at Charles Town, South Carolina, in 1685, to the present date" Short history of this French Huguenot Immigration to Colonial America Extensive lists of the Trezevant Family up abt 1912. [This book is available as a free download from the Internet Archives.]
"The Tribble Family II (Descendants of Peter Trible of Essex County, Virginia)." Keith Rozendal, 1992, 936 pp. I also own the addendum (90 pp.) which was published in 1994. TT
"Isham Trotter Of Brunswick County Virginia." By Margaret Trotter Edwards. This book updates the info written by my great aunt Susie Edgar Trotter. Indexed. MTE
"Trotter Genealogy." Susie Edgar, complied by Mrs. Isham Patten Trotter, 1948. (Mississippi, Virginia, Tennessee) MTE
"Troxel(l) Trails and Tales." Richard M. Troxel, Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1997. Descendants of the Swiss Trachsel (aka Drachsel, Troxel, Traxel, Troxell, etc.) family who emigrated to America and settled in the Egypt area of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania (then Northampton County). This book traces the many family lines - some nearly up to the present. DH16
"Truesdell Geneaology." Karl Truesdell, 1955. Dealing principally with the Descendents of Samuel Truesdell of Newton, Massachusetts. PET
"The Tupper Family in the United States and Canada 1631-1995." The Tupper Family Association of America, Inc.; Gateway Press, Inc. 1995. Descendents of the Tupper immigrant Thomas Tupper born 1/27(28)1578 in Bury, Sussex, England died 3/28/1676 in Sandwich, Barnstable, MASS by the Association that's been collecting information on the family since 1915. MTB
See also under the Leftwich/Leftwick surnames.
"The Turner Family of 'Hebron' and Betterton, Maryland." Henry Chandlee Forman, Waverly Press, Inc Baltimore MD, 1933. Descendants of William, Edward, Joseph and Isaac Turner c 1790 who settled along the Chesapeake Bay. Major surnames include Turner, Betterton, Yardley, Comegeys, Chandlee. B21
See under Staffordshire, England.
"The Descendants of William & Elizabeth Tuttle, Vol 1 & 2." George Frederick Tuttle, Tuttle Printers, Rutland, Vermont, 1883. reprint 1992 "..who came from Old to Newengland in 1635 and settled in New Haven with Biographical Notes and Sketches." BC7
"Twitchell Family." GCSK
"The Descendants of Job Tyler, Vol 1, 2, 3" Republished: Charles R., Norma L., Norman R. Tyler 1980, 1985. A massive work on the descendants of Job TYLER, the immigrant, through mostly the male line. Vol 1 and 2 cover the period 1619 to 1900. Vol 3 fills in information missing from the first two volumes and connects to individuals living today. The latest births noted are in 1985. Vol 3 has significantly more detail on the descendants through the female line. All three volumes contain biographical material beyond names, dates and places. MLR
"The Swaim-Tysen Family of Staten Island, New York, New Jersey and Southern States." Compiled by Joseph F. Mullane, Lloyd B. Swaim, Marjorie Decker Johnson, 1984. Family history from the arrival of Thys Barentsen Swaim to New Amsterdam c. 1661 to present. AL4
Surnames Beginning with U
See under Opdyke.
"Urann Family of New England." by Charles C. Whittier, 1910. CJV
"The Utterback Family 1620-1938." By William I. Utterback, Marshall College, West VA, privagtely published by Mr. Utterback, 1937, and republished by Print Graphics, Inc., Omaha, NE 1987. This book contains a history of the Otterbach (Utterback) family in Germany, and its descendants living in the United States, up to 1937. While it is a good general history of this family, I have discovered a number of mistakes. DB
Surnames Beginning with V
Vail, Valentine, Van Bunschoten, Van Dien, Van der Meersch, Van Derwerken/Van Derwerker, Van Fossen, Van Hook, Van Horne, Van Swearingen/Vansweringen, Van Vleck, Vaughan, Veatch/Veach/Veech/Veitch, Veglahn, Vernooy, Vetter, Virgen, Von Nida, Vose
"Genealogy of Some of the Vail Family Descended from Jeremiah Vail." Henry H. Vail, 1902. The descendants of Jeremiah Vail, removed from England to Salem, Mass then to Southold, Suffolk County, New York - Long Island. Information from 17th-19th C. CG5
"The Valentines in America: 1644-1874." T. W. Valentine // Clark & Maynard, Publishers // 1874. A useful source, even if inaccurate in many places, for researching the Valentine family. TRV
"The Van Bunschoten or Van Benschoten Family in America." William Henry Van Benschoten, 1907. Descendents of Theunis Eliasen (Van Bunschoten). 813 pages. DH14
See under Hopper surname.
See under Belgium
"The Van Derwerken-Van Derwerker Family." Paul Prindle, Baronet Litho Co, 1966. Descendants of Roeloff Gerritse Van Der Werken. TM2
"The Van Fossen Family in America." Katherine Hobson Van Fossen, privately published, copyright 1952. BL3
"The Reverend William Van Horne His Ancestors and His Descendants." 1990 by William E. Van Horne. Name Index. I will copy alimited number of pages. If you connect recommend that you purchase this book. PSC
See under Swearingen.
"Ancestry and Descendants of Tielman Van Vleeck." Jane Van Vleck, The William Byrd Press, Inc., 1955. Comprehensive family history of Tielman Van Vleeck, who emigrated from Maastricht, Holland to Bremen then to New York in the 1600s and related families. Also includes some descendants of Benjamin Van Vleck and Marinus Roelofse Van Vleckeren or Van Vlack. LYN
"Vaughan Shipwrights of Kensington, Philadelphia, their Van Hook & Norris lineages and combined progeny." David Gauer, Anundsen Publishing Co., 1982. The Vaughan family of Kensington, Philadelphia, Pa. Also Van Hook lines. JAG
"We Veitches, Veatches, Veaches, Veeches." Wanda Veatch Clark, 1974, Midstate Printings, Inc. An Historical treasury of the decendants of James Veitch the Sheriffe. 921 pages of the Veatch family and other spellings. KS6
Veglahn Family History. JEB
"The winds of time: The VerNooy family in the new world." Raymond L Penoyer, Grandview Press, 1996. Starting with Cornelious Vernooy in the 1600s. This is his Family bound in a book. W4
"The Vetter Family Bible." Has much information abuot the Vetter family from 1820 Germany though 1900'a Michigan. TV
See under Ansbach, Germany.
"The Family Von Nida From Germany To America 1262-1998." R.J.Nida , Fam Tree Publishing, 1999. BA2
"Robert Vose and His Descendants." Ellen F. Vose; privately printed; 1932. J13