Surnames D - E
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Surnames Beginning with D
Dack, Dakin, Dale, Damon, Dana, Danner, Darbee, Darby, Darnall/Darnell, Davis, Davison/Davidson/Davisson, Dawson, DeArmond, Deibert, Dejarnette, Delude, Deming, Desai, Devol, Devore/DeVore, Dewey, Dick, Dickerson, Dickson, Dill, Dingley, DiNinni, Dinsmoor/Dinsmore, Doane, Dockery, Dodge, Dodson, Doggett/Daggett, Dollof, Donald, Double, Dousdebes, Dow, Downing, Downs, Doyle, Drake, Drummey/Drummy, Drury, Dudley, Duel/Duell, Dunlap, DuVal
"Parrish-Dack-Families." John Ford Parrish Descendants of Samuel Parrish, son of Joel Parrish and Sarah DeWolfe born 30 September 1798 in Elizabeth, Leeds County, Ontario, Canada. M28
"Descendents of THOMAS DAKIN of Concord , Mass." Albert H. Dakin, The Tuttle Publishing Co., 1948. EV
"A History of the Dakin Family." D Livingston et al, The Admiral Digby Library & Historical Society, 2004. EV
See under Wise Co., Virginia.
See under Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
"The Dana Family in America." by E.E.Dana, Cambridge, MA, 1956. SWW
"Genealogy of the Danner Family 1749-1940." Compiled by George J.Spengler, Labelcraft Press, 1940. MWE
See under Frederick Co., MD.
"Darnall, Darnell & Allied Families." by H. C. Smith. This book begins with Col. Henry Darnell, Esq. immigrant, relative and representative of Lord Baltimore (Calvert) of Maryland. Extensive surname index. VW2
"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
"Genealogical Record of the Davison, Davidson, Davisson Family of New England." H.R. Remsen Coles, New York Historical Society, 1899. Tracing the Davison, Davidson & Davisson Family of New England from 1500 to 1898 being the decendants of Nicholas, of Charlestown, MA. LS8
"A Collection of Family Records .... of the name Dawson, or allied." Dawson, Charles C.; Garnier & Company, Charleston, South Carolina, 1969 (reprint of 1874 edition). BC
"DeArmond Families of America and Related Families." Roscoe Carlisle d'Armond- Family Record Society-1954. History of the DeArmond and related families,brief intro to families in France (1758), and British Isles. DeArmond families in America, Line A-Line M. Reproduction of Coat of Arms (d'Armand de Chateauuieux) from wax seal found on the envelope of a letter addressed to D'Hozier de Serigny, Judge of Arms of France, by d'Armand de Chateauvieux, Chaumont-en-Bassigny, March 21, 1758, about the marriage contract of Andre, son of Claude d'Armand de Chateauvieux (KG V). MDC
"Listen to the Mockingbird." Daniel Dunbar Howe. Sections on families of Howe, Hoge, Dejarnette, Haven and Patton. DC4
See under Lehigh Co., PA.
See under Petit surname.
"The Deming Genealogy." Genealogy of the descendants of John Deming of Wethersfield, CT. Judson K. Deming, Mathis-Mets Co., 1904. As stated in the title. Has Index. BG2
"Genealogy of the descendants of John Deming of Wethersfield, CT w/historical notes." Judson Keith Deming of Dubuque, IA, Press of Mathis-Mets Co. 1904. Will make copies. If sent by snail mail, request reimbursement of printing and postage. Book includes surnames of Treat, Stocking, Hulbert/Hurlbut, Gilbert, Belding, Ranney, Smith, Washburn, Spencer, Savage, Scoville, Hubbard, Gaylord, French, Dudley, Brainard/Brainerd, Boardman, Bidwell. CA2
"A Genealogical Study of An Asian Indian." Dr. D. K. Desai, Hindustan Publishing House, Mumbai, India, 1997. DKD
"Devore/DeVore Families 1500-1992." Betty M. Mann, Betty M. Mann, 1992. A compilation of the genealogies of Devore/DeVore Families from 1500 to 1992, 794 pages with indexes. CT3
See under Wayne Co., KY.
"Descendants of Philemon Dickerson of Southold, Long Island, N.Y. Also Long Island descendants of Captain John Dickinson of Oyster Bay." by Wesley L. Baker, Adams Press, Chicago, 1978. SCM
"The Descendants of James A. Dickson (1820-1864) of Tennessee and Texas." Dickson, Roy S, Jr. isbn 0-9619822-0-9, nd. A genealogical study of the allied families of Dickson, Coleman, Fulbright, Harkey, Nall, Tippen. DCO
"Genealogy of the Dill Family." by Jay Norwalk, 2001. (Matter family included). RC5
"Some Descendants and Kinsmen of William DILL, Sr., A Delaware Colonist." by Harry F. Dill, 1992, Ashland, OH. JB2
"Ancestors of Edward Nelson DINGLEY and his wife Miriam Gardner ROBINSON." Edward Nelson Dingley, JR, self published, 1954. Selected DINGLEY genealogy primarily in MA and ME. Includes extensive information about English royal ancestors of John Dingley of Marshfield, MA, which are in serious question. In my copy I also have handwritten pages inserted which give details of many connected families in my line. Contains many errors, but still a valuable resource! I also have a great deal of other DINGLEY information that I am willing to share. KM7
"Legacy of Life." by Mary DiNinni, 1986. RC5
"Dinsmoor-Dinsmore Family." Leonard Allison Morrison, Morning Mail Print, Lowell, MA, 1891. EPC
"The Doane Family." Alfred A. Doane, The Doane Family Association of America, originally pub. 1902, 4th ed 1984. The history of Deacon John Doane of Plymouth, Doctor John Done of Maryland and their descendents. Extends 9 generations, starting in the early 1600's. Indexed. MB7
"The Doane Family, vol II." Compiled and published by The Doane Family Association of America, 1975. Extends the history of the Doane family through 11 generations. MB7
"Dockeries of Dixie." by William G. "Bill" Allen. This is a book of Dockery lineage with several major family lines. Some connecting families are Allen, Almond, Ashe, Beaver, Chambers, Cornwell, Davidson, Davis, Farmer, Freeman, Fricks, Garrett, Garrison, Gentry, Graves, Hampton, Hembree, Johnson, Kephart, Killian, Lovingood, Lunsford, Marcus, McDonald, Mills, O'Dell, Palmer, Panther, Peebles, Roberts, Radford, Rose, Seabolt, Sneed, Stiles, Weeks, Whitener, Wood, Woody, and many others. These families are found throughout the states, but mainly North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. KKC
"Dodge Family Genealogy of Essex County, Mass 1629-1898." Joseph Thompson Dodge, PH D. Democrat Printing Company, 1894 (reprint). Dodge Family genealogy in USA starting with John Dodge & his wife Margery and William Dodge and his wife unnamed. VFD
"The Dodson Family of Warren County, Tennessee and Allied Families." Catherine Gaffin Lynn, published by the author in 1974. The book contains genealogical information regarding the Dodson's and McGregor's who settled in and remained in Warren County Tennessee prior to 1809. J36
"Dollof Family Records." Henrietta Dollof Johnson. From the Forward: "So far as I know, this is the first and only collection of data concerned with the Dolloff Family, available to the public; It is the result of 40 years of wrangling material from every and all sources .. original State, Town, Church and Private Records." Among many Maine and other New England towns and beyond, this tome covers the Dolloff family in the Waldo County towns of Belfast, Belmont, Lincolnville, Monroe, Montville, Morrill, Prospect, Searsmont, and Thorndike. DS14
See Clan Donald under Scotland.
"The Descendents of John Double and Jane Bryan: Early 1800 Pioneers of Butler County, Pennsylvania." By Catharine Double. 1994. 130 pages. Will search for information insofar as practical on the basis of information provided. (The book is not indexed, and I cannot promise a thorough search of the entire text.) TS
"Descendants of Dousdebes family." W. Dousdebes, 01-13-99. Descendants of Santy Dousdebes born in Bayonne and lived in French Guyanne in year 1817. (France-cities of Paris, BayonneA hetze, Ustaritz, Arcangues, and Bassussarry.) We are genealogists from all the world, specialists in immigration from Europe to South America. WD
See under Long Island, New York.
See also the Doyles of Australia.
"Descendants of William Cazier & Pleasant Drake, 1794 - 1988." by Gail Cazier, 1988. CID
"The Drake Family of New Hampshire, Robert of Hampton and some of his descendants." Alice Smith Thompson, New Hampshire Historical Society, 1962. A genealogy of the Drake family in New Hampshire, with a forward about the family in England by Sir Anthony Wagner. CDL
"Grandma and Her Familly." Naomi Drake Miller, Self published, 1952. From Mifflin County, Pennsylvania to Ringgold County, Iowa. includes info on Drake, Bell, Hinds. TP4
"Bushes and Branches for Family Trees." Mary Mangold, self-published, 1979. Collection of Family Group Sheets, letters, clippings relating to the families of Simon, Hanorah, John, William John DRUMMEY of County Cork, Ireland. These families resided in Iowa and Ohio. Covers period from about 1850-1950. Book is not indexed. Includes related families of AHERN, MAHONEY, CASEY. BB5
See Camden Co., Georgia.
See also under Staffordshire, England.
"330 Years in America 1635-1965 A Narrative and Genealogical History of Devol-Duel, Whitney, Stark, Lamb and Many Other Families Through Marriage." Gertrude Genevieve Duel Icks, Sklade Composition Service, 1966. Just what the name says. There is no index, so it's a little difficult to look through...so please be patient. Thanks! TM2
See also under Merrimack Co., NH.
"DuVals of Kentucky from Virginia, 1794-1935", by Margaret Gwin Buchanan. J.P. Bell Company, Inc., Publishers, Lynchburg, VA. RE
Surnames Beginning with E
Earsley, Eash, Easley, Easterwood, Easton, Eaton, Eberle, Eby,Eddy, Edgerton, Edwards, Eldred, Ellis, Ellsworth, Elmore, Elston, Elwell, Emerson, Enders, Erwin, Esmond, Espy, Estill, Evans, Ewing, Exline, Eye
"The EARSLEY Family of Caroline, New York, and their Descendants." Compiled by Dorothy A. Mix, Lawrence Kreyer, and Barbara B. M. Kone. Sponsored in 1995 by The Town of Caroline Bicentennial Committee Descendant listings of Francis and Maria (Johnson) Earsley. The widow, Maria, moved with her ten children from Roxbury, NJ to Caroline, Tompkins Co., NY, arriving there in 1795. Many descendants and allied families still reside in Central NY. ARB
"Eash Family Record and History." By Levi T. Eash, Published by The Independent Press (1934), Reprint by Selby Publishing (1995). Descendents of Jacob Eash, Amish Bishop. This book contains many family names. Eash and many others. DW10
"Our Easleys." Faye Maloney Ball & Darla Ball Gaede; 1972. Also contains info on other families of Barry Co., Missouri during the late 1800's-early 1900's. PEP
"Our Family The Easterwoods." Murieldean Easterwood Hammond, Erith Easterwood Wallis (authors and publishers), 1980. Contains genealogical information on the family of Laurence Easterwood (before 1755) and later descendants up to 1980. MM11
See under Gloucester Co., NJ.
"Descendants of Joseph Easton, Hartford, Conn., 1636-1899." compiled by William Starr Easton; publisher:?, St. Paul, Minn., 1899. Joseph Easton (1602-1688) immigrated to the U.S. about 1633-1634 from England to Newtowne (later called Cambridge), Mass., and in 1636 moved to Hartford, Connecticut. Has family history, family groups, genealogy of ancestors to about 1066 A.D., and notes. Book is fragile, so look-ups only. WWM
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 9: Francis Eaton." General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1996. MC
"Martin Eberle Family History." Susan A. Schlosser. This is the Martin Eberle (ca1498) Family History whose origins are Liechtenstein. The immigrating families were Thoms, Johann, and Remigius and they went to Freeport, Illinois. I can search the contents for any Eberle surname with approx. date of birth and location of birth. SS
"History of the Eby Family." by Ezra E. Eby, published in Berlin, Ont. Canada, in 1889 by Hett and Eby, Printers. The copy I have is a reprint, December 1970. Eby is my family name and I would be delighted to help anyone interested in this family. BDQ
"The Eddy Family Association Bulletins Nos. 1 through 56." The Eddy Family Association, published by Edwards Bros., Inc., 1973 reprint. Two book compilations of the Eddy Family Bulletins published September 17, 1921 through April 1, 1967. These books include photographs, maps, facsimiles of wills, etc. S31
"The Eddy Family in America." Fourth Printing, Braun-Brumfield, Inc., 1990. This is the 1990 Edition of the family history published by The Eddy Family Association, Inc. I also have the supplements for 1950, 1968, and 1980. S31
"The Eddy Family in America Supplement of 1950." Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, A.B, A.M. Information on the surname "Eddy" although numerous others are mentioned they all connect to the Eddy line. BW1
"Eddyville, Middleboro, Massachusetts, 1661-1987." Sylvia T. Breck (Researcher - Author and Editor), published by The Eddy Homestead Association, 1988. From the Preface: "This book is published in honor of the Eddy Homestead Association's twenty-fifth anniversary and for the purpose of presenting the historical background of the Zachariah Eddy Homsetead." The book also includes some preliminary information about the first Eddy's to come to America, as this information is vital to the history of the Homestead. S31
"Who's Who Among the Edgertons." W. G. Means, 1939. The following is a quote from the cover of this booklet describing its contents: "A Brief History of the Edgerton Family, commencing the latter part of the 18th Century, with the marriage of Joseph Edgerton and Martha Lamb, who were the Great Grandparents of the eldest living representative of the family to the present time (1939)." Lots of names, but it is not indexed. C14
"A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of John Edwards 168- to 1915." Llewellyn Nathaniel Edwards, 1916. (Primarily Maine and Massachusetts). VE
"Eldred Family." Orville Eldred. Small book of Eldred families. L3
"James & Mary Veatch Ellis Their Sons & Other Descendants." Ann-Jannette Emerson; R. C. Emerson; 1985. J13
"The Ancestors & Descendants of Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth & wife, Abigail Wolcott." by Donna Holt Siemiatkoski, M.A., Gateway Press Inc, 1992 The Ancestors and Descendants of Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth and his Wife Abigail Wolcott and the Story of Elmwood, their Homestead. LL2
"The Trunk of an ELMORE Family Tree." William E. Elmore, 1992. A thoroughly researched book documenting the descendants of Thomas ELMORE of the Southeastern Elmores and covering the years 1654 to mid-1900's. Photocopies Not Available. CBH
"The Elston Family in America 1942." The Tuttle Publishing Company, Rutland, VT, 1942. The Elston Family geneology from arriving in America in the 1600's. Many other family names also. JW15
See also under West Midlands, England.
"Elwelliana." Levi Henry Elwell, 1974. Robert Elwell and his descendents. 1854-1916. VW2
See also under New Jersey.
"The Ipswich Emersons A.D. 1636-1900 - A Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Emerson." Benjamin Kendall Emerson, David Clapp & Son, 1900. This book contains the English ancestery of Thomas Emerson and the descendants in America of Thomas Emerson and Elizabeth Brewster. E4
"Captain Enders Legion - The Civil War Service of the Descendents of Philip Christian Enders." by Russell J. Ottens and Karl F. Schaeffer, 2001. RC5
See under White.
"Henry Esmond, Esq." Esmond, Henry. (NY: A.L. Burt). Autobiography. NN
"The Espy-Espey Genealogy Book (With Branches and Allied Families)." 3 volumes. By Rita Espy Kuhbander and William G. Espy, published 1987. SSC
"Estill Family." Alma Lackey Wilson. History of the Wallace Estill family, NJ, VA, KY. SW6
"The Descendants of John Evans and Mercy (Landon) Evans." Betty Brassington, no publisher listed, Sept 1987. Descendants of above. VW2
"The Ewing Genealogy, An Account of the descendents of John Ewing of Westmoreland Cty, Pa." compiled by Richard Cochran, 1988. Ewing families of Westmoreland Cty, Pa. primarily through the 1800's. Their descendents in other states including Ohio, Illinois, Indiania. CH8
"Genealogy of the Exline and Axline Family." by Edythe Wilson Thoesen, Emma Miller Exline, and Leo L. Holz. WLM
"Christopher Eye family from West Virginia to Virginia." Walter Eye, published privately. 81 Christopher Eye descendents starting in 1754, goes from Pendleton Va-WVa to other states. Book includes Kees,Sites,Bilheimers and more. K16