Surnames - H
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Surnames Beginning with H
Haakinson, Haberland, Hadley, Hadsell/Hodsoll, Haight/Height, Haile/Heale/Hale, Haines, Hale, Hall, Hallowell, Hamblen, Hamlin, Hamrick, Hancock, Hanish/Hanych, Hansard/Hansford, Hardesty, Hardin, Harding, Hare, Harlan, Harrington, Harris, Harrold, Hart/Hartt, Harter, Hartje, Hartsell/Hartzell/Hertzel, Harvye/Harvey, Harwood, Hathaway, Hattie, Haven, Havens, Hawes, Hawkins, Haye, Hayhurst, Haynes, Hazard, Hazen, Heaton, Helm, Henderson, Hendren, Hendrick, Hengel, Hepfer, Hepler, Herkimer, Herr, Herrick, Hertzler/Hartzler, Hibbard, Hickman, Higby/Higbee, Higgins, Higley, Hildebrand, Hilgen, Hilbrich, Hill, Hilley, Hiner, Hinshaw/Henshaw, Hixon, Hixson, Hochstetler, Hodnett, Hoenig, Hoffman, Hoge, Holcomb, Holcombe, Holdeman, Holladay, Hollinsworth/Hollingsworth/Hollandsworth, Hollister, Hooper, Hoopes, Hoover, Hopkins, Hopper, Hornbeck, Hosch, Hosford/Horsford, Hostetler, Houghton, Houston, Howard, Howe, Howell, Howland, Hudleston, Huling, Humphreys, Hunsicker, Hunt, Hunter, Huntington, Huntress
"The Haakinson Family." N. Dean Huseby, Self published, 1992. Eide, Gilje, Haakinson, Huseby, Maekjebakken, Sabo, Sonstabo, Spyssoyno, Soraneset, Thoreson, Thormodseter. DH2
"Family of a Pioneer." Taylor John Surline, self pub. 1994, Boise ID. German immigrant Henry Haberland, his wife Maria Damuller and thier decendants families of Johnson, Moore, Surline, Ericson, Snow, Adamson, Newman, Lundberg and others are included from the late 1800's to present. SMH
"Hadley Hunters." Gayle McLeod, Red Hat, 2000. Family History of some of the George Hadley lines. GM3
"For a Thousand Years, the Hadsell-Hodsoll Genealogy." Willard Hadsell, self-published, 1956. General history of the Hadsel-Hodsoll-Hadsell family in Norway, England and America. Connected pedigree begins with Joseph Hadsell born before 1695, died 1715, Married in Westerly, R.I., and continues into 1940s. BJT
"A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, Hight Families." David W Hoyt ; Providence Press Co, Boston Mass ; 1871. A genealogical history with some account of the earlier families and a list of the first settlers of Salisbury and Amsbury, Massachusetts. Contains extensive notes on the family history with an exhaustive index and the connection to the Haights of Digby Co. Nova Scotia on page 610. Surnames include Clark, Brown, Knapp, Johnson, Miller, Smith, Stevens, Taylor, Weed, Wood as well as all the variations of the Height name. LH9, SMH
"Descendants from First Families of Virginia and Maryland; A Family History and Genealogy covering 350 years, 1620 - 1970." Researcher, Writer, Compiler, Typist - Maude Crowe; Self-Published 1978. Genealogy of "The Family of Haile, Heale, Hale and Interrelated Familes." KC4
"Deacon Samuel Haines and His Descendants in America." Alexander M. and Thomas V. Haines, Stanhope Press, 1902. Descendants of Deacon Samuel Haines (1611-1686) of Westbury, Wiltshire, who immigrated to America in 1635, up through 1901. Original records collected by Andrew Mack Haines and expanded later by Thomas Vanburen Haines. RD3
See also under Haile.
"Descendants of Thomas Hale of Watton, England, and of Newbury, Mass." Robert Safford Hale 1889 Genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Hale with additions by other members of the family. This book deals with the Thomas Hale family to 1850 and mainly in the New England states. GH4
"Descendents of William M. and Harriet (Patchen) Hall." by Kevin Tvedt, 2007. RC5
"Record of a Branch of the Hallowell Family, including the Longstreth, Penrose & Norwood Branches." Compiled by William Penrose Hallowell; Pub. Hallowell Co., Publishers, Philadelphia, PA 1893. Descendants of John and Mary Sharpe Hallowell who emigrated to Darby, PA from Hucknow Parish of Sutton, Nottinghamshire, England, bringing a Quaker certificate. They removed to Abington & the line is traced through their son, Thomas. Related families of Longstreth, Penrose & Norwood are also detailed as they relate to this family. CR2
"The History of the Hamblen and Allied Families." Armeanous Porter Hamblen, The Franklin Democrat, 1940. This book is a marvelous resource on the Hamblen family and often on the families married into the Hamblens who lived in Brown County, Indiana, as well as Jefferson County, Illinois, Madison County, Missouri, and lots of other locales around the country. There is information about the Hamblen name's origins and early immigrants to America. The genealogy begins with George Hamblen who lived in Maryland and whose birth was guessed at around 1725 to 1730 and his 8 children. It continues to trace their descendants to the present day, around 1940. A. P. Hamblen wrote extensive letters to relatives, includes military and land records, and gives much detail. It has helped me immensely in my family research on this family line. L31
"Catching Shadows: Ancestors from North and South--Who They Were, Where They Lived." Whittier, Katharine Brooke. Boston, MA: Newbury Street Press, 1999. Autobiography of daughter of a Northern father and Southern mother, accompanied by biographical sketches of some notable ancestors and geealogical charts, with particular emphasis on Hamlin family of MA and ME and Carter and Brooke families influential in VA. Some genealogical or historical assertions may be debatable. Nonagenarian author and her close family, like some of her forbears, have had interesting political connections which help to spice up a sunny work of research and reminiscence. Author is both a fourth cousin once removed and a half second cousin once removed of contributor. MPR
"History of The Hancock and Barton Families: From Virginia To California." Karen J. Harvey and Maureen E. Ward, dist. by Hancock Family Organization, Oct. 1991. GB
See under Taylor Co., WI.
"Descendants of John Hansard Of Amhert County, Virginia 1766-1976." Sam L. Hansard, II, Publisher. Hansard Family Register, 320 Sevenoaks Drive, Knoxville, Tennessee 37922. J41
"The Hansard/Hansford Family History Book." Winnie Garrett, Gateway Press, 1984. A two-volume history of comprising the surnames of Handforde-Handford-Hanford-Hansard-Hanserd-Hansird-Hansford and the varient forms from AD 1500 to AD 1984. These volumes begin with the early Virginia Hansfords and those descendants that went South into Georgia and eventually west into Alabama and Arkansas. DAS1
"Hardesty Genealogy 1766-1969." by Gladys Dietz, Eva Stroh, and Hamilton Cross, 1969.. RC5
"Hardin USA, N. Marshall Co, Alabama." James Oran Hardin, Self-Printed (?), 2004. K23
"A record of the ancestry, family and descendants of Abraham Harding, a glover and planter, who lived in Boston, Braintree, and Medfield, Massachusetts. Born in Little Baddow, Essex, England, 1619; died in Medfield, Massachusetts, 1654/5." Harding, Glen F. Published by the author, c1979. Includes detailed genealogical information on the English origins and descendants of Abraham Harding. Also includes facsimiles of Harding information from Pope's "Pioneers of Massachusetts" and Bassette's "One Bassett Family in America" and chart of Harding generations in chapter III of Morse's "Genealogical Register of the Descendants of Several Ancient Puritans" and various Harding wills. Indexed by name. DE2
See under Pennsylvania.
"History and Genealogy of the Harlan family." Alpheus H. Harlan, Gateway Press, Inc., 1914. CG1
"The HARMON Genealogy - all branches in New England." MU
"Manuscript of Harrington Family Genealogical Gazetteer." by George H. Harrington, Austin, Texas, June 14, 1941, copyrighted by George H. Harrington, 1941. This is a collection of some 800 pages listing numerous Harrington families throughout the United States, predominantly the eastern section. The full text of this book can also be searched on-line at http://mysite.ncnetwork.net/resz99yy. If you have problems, let me know. CAH
"The Harris Family in NJ." Sarah J. Keifer, Democrat Printing Co, Madison, WI, 1888." Family from 1725 to 1882. No index. L29
"The Harris Family Record with Claiborne, Gillison, Smith, and Shirley Connections of Anderson Co, SC: From the Immigrant, Captain Thomas Harris, of Virginia, to the Present-Day Descendants." Madeline Hunter Hilliard, March 1969. Begins with Captain Thomas Harris (b 1586, Essex, England) who came to Virginia in 1611. Most of descendants in the Anderson Co, SC region. CJ
"Richard and the square mile: a short history (1610-1815) of the Harris family, Quakers, mercers and cornfactors, of Fordingbridge and the City of London." Written by Tindall Collins. "Richard and the Square Mile" is a booklet regarding the Quaker Harris family of Fordingbridge, Hampshire, and London, Middlesex, England. They tie into my Quaker family tree. This book is NOT indexed. CFW
See under Taylor Co., WI.
"History of Samuel Hartt from London, England to Lynn, Mass, 1640." James M. Hart, 1903. Actually contains the lines for the following New England Harts: Samuel Hartt 1640; Nicholas Hart London to Taunton, MA 1642; Isaac Hart Scratby England to Watertown, MA 1636; Thomas Hart, Ipswich, MA, 1639; Lawrence Hart of Newbury, MA 1675; James Hart of Leicester, MA 1734; Jacob Hart of Dedham, MA 1735; Peter Rine Hart of Colerain, MA 1776. LH2
See also under Barnwell District, SC.
"The Frantz Harter Story." Byron E. Harter, self published about 1970. I have an extensive book on relatives of Frantz Harter 1759-1832 of Preble County, OH. It was printed over 20 years ago by Byron E. Harter. J39
"Genealogy of the Hartje Family." by Henry C. Hartje, 1986. RC5
"The Hartsell Connection." Larry D Fox, Magdalene E Fox - date not listed. Hartsell, Hartsill genealogy . Hannah Anthony b abt 1755 md Abraham Hartzell abt 1775 in PA. HC
"The Life of Matthias Harvye and Family." Dorothy Marty Reibold, Gateway Press Inc, 1998. The life of an early colonist whose date and place of birth and parentage is unknown. His active part in community affairs - from 1649 in Rhode Island to Oyster Bay and Flushing, Long Island, and finally his move to Bucks County, Pennsylvanai before his sea voyage in 1699, is told in this writing. Descendents and Allied families from Bucks County, Pa included. MS1
"A Genealogical History of the Harwood Families, Descended from Andrew Harwood." Watson H. Harwood, self, 1911. Subtitled - "Whose English home was in Dartmouth, Devonshire, England, and who emigrated to America, and was living in Boston, Mass, in 1643. Third Edition. JH9
"Hathaways of America." Compiled & edited by Elizabeth Starr Versailles. Published by Hathaway Family Association, 1970. TC
"Hathaways 1200-1980." Compiled & edited by Elizabeth Starr Versailles. Pub. by Hathaway Family Association, 1980. (This is a supplement to the 1970 volume, not an independent work). TC
See under Nova Scotia
"Genealogy of the Descendants of Richard Haven." by Josiah Adams, 1849. CJV
"Listen to the Mockingbird." Daniel Dunbar Howe. Sections on families of Howe, Hoge, Dejarnette, Haven and Patton. DC4
See under Suffolk Co., New York.
"The Edward Hawes Heirs." Raymond G. Hawes, Gateway Press, Inc. 1996. C1
See also under Maryland.
"The Family of Zadock Hawkins." Lynn E. Garn, Ph.D, Ronnie E. Hawkins, Sr. and G. Christian Larsen, Self-published, 2005. The family and descendants of the Revoluntary War soldier Zadock Hawkins of Derby, Connecticut. J32
See under Sledge.
"A Hayhurst Genealogy: Descendants of Cuthbert and Mary (Rudd) Hayhurst." Janice Shriver Sharps, Charles Hayhurst, 1988. Descendants of Cuthbert and Mary (Rudd) Hayhurst, Quakers of Bucks County, Pennsylvania 1682-1988. Lists information on this family and associated families. Includes brief history of the emigrants and their children. Has Index of names. R18
"A Brief History of the Sylvester Haynes Family." Meryl D. Haynes, self-published, Seibert, Colorado, June 1930. A booklet on Sylvester Haynes and his children and grandchildren from two wives, Susan Griffin, with whom he had ten children, and Nancy Cook Davis, with whom he had two children. LG4
"Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England, and Sudbury, Massachusetts." Edited by Frances Haynes, Record Publishing Company, 1929. Walter Haynes descendants from 1583 through 1928. LG4
"The HAZARD Family of Rhode Island (1635-1894)." MU
"Hazen Family in America." Tracy Elliott Hazen, Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company, 1947. Detailed Genealogy of the Hazen Family in America. Starts with Edward Hazen in 1614 and carries through to various dates in the early part of the 20th century. This resource is very complete and very detailed. Female family members are carried for one generation only.This work is indexed. TS6
"The Heatons of Deane." Edmund R. Heaton. RJH1
"The Helm Family of Kentucky," Ben Helm, privately published, 1908. MA
See under Mercer Co., PA.
"The Hendren Family of Ireland and Philadelphia." RWW
"The Hendrick Genealogy." Chas T Hendrick/Tuttle Company/1923. Daniel Hendrick of Haverhill Mass and his descendants. LJS1
"The Hengel Famliy." from Luxembourg to America. by Lenora Weber Mulock. Includes Hengel, Ansay, Decker, Depies, Eichers, Fishbach, Gasper, Gillen, Jacoby, Jungers, Koch, Krier, Lommel, Molitor, Pirrung, Sauer, Schmit, Schmitz, Schueller, Spoden, Welter, Wiltgen, Weiland familes in Stearns Co., Minnesota, Ozaukee Co., Wisconsin. LM4
See under Franklin Co., PA.
"The Hepler Family History," Avice Hepler Morgan; Geneal. Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1986. lviii, 998 pp. Johann Caspar Hepler of Vaihingen on der Enz, Wu"rttemberg, came to Lehigh co., PA in 1748. Many descendents in PA, NC, the midwest and elsewhere. Will search surname indexes. TS
1993 Supplement ot The Hepler Family History, Avice Hepler Morgan; Geneal Pub Co, 1993. xvi, 630 pp. Casper Hepler Jr. lived 1751-1816, settled in Mahantango Valley (Schuylkill/Dauphin/Northumberland Cos, PA), has many descendents in that region and elsewhere. Will search surname indexes. TS
"The Mohawk Valley Herkimers and Allied Families." by Hazel Patrick, Jane Spellman, William Watkins, Herkimer County Historical Society, Herkimer, NY, 1989. Some families include: Bell, Bellinger, Brown, Casler, Coppernoll, Dygert, Folts, Green(e), Herkimer, Petrie, Schuyler, Shoemaker, Smith, Waggoner/Wagner, and more. Herkimer progenitor is Johan Jost Herkimer (1700-1775), father of General Nicholas Herkimer and 12 others. KLB
See under Lancaster Co., PA.
"A Genealogical Register of the Name and Family of Herrick." Gen. Jedediah Herrick, Lucius C. Herrick, M.D., 1885. JK6
"The Hertzler - Hartzler Family History." Silas Hertzler ; Economy Printing Concerns, Inc. ; 1952. T14
"Genealogy of the Hibbard Family Who are Descendants of Robert Hibbard of Salem, Massachusetts." Compiled and Published by Augustine George Hibbard. Hartford, Connecticut: The Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company - 1901 - 428 pages. Extensive, indexed genealogy of the descendants of Robert Hibbard and his wife Joan or Joanna (possibly Love or Luff). He was born in Salisbury, England and came to Salem with his wife at some time between 1635 and 1639. Variant spellings of this surname are: Hebard, Hebbard, Hebert, Hibard, Hibberd, Hibbart, Hibbert, Hebberd, Hibboard, Herbert." JSM1
See also under Staffordshire, England.
"EDWARD HIGBY AND HIS DESCENDANTS 1927." Clinton David Hiby, Ph.D. Erie, Pennsylvania, 1927. Genealogy of Edward Higby, 1652-1716, through Ward Sylvester Higby, 1855-1909, and everyone in-between. D22
"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
"The Higleys and Their Ancestry, an Old Colonial Family." Mary Coffin Johnson. Third Edition, Published by Grover S. Higley, 1963 (originally in 1896). Contains the ancestors of the Higley family family from the First Emmigrant Captain John Higley to the 1890's. This book does contain some errors, but contains a great deal of correct information. LK1
See under Glick.
"Hilgen family." Alice Wendt. Includes Hilgen family from Ozaukee Co. Wisconsin. LM4
"A Hilbrich Family Tree and History." James M. Hilbrich and Diana (Hilbrich) Schneider no date found in book. I bought this book at an estate sale and want to share with anyone related. Family history containing info on the family back into Neumagen-Dhron, Germany. Pictures, stories and index in 97 pages, with 49 page index. Some of the name included are Adams, Baker, Campbell, Delotte, Ernsweller, Fahrenkamp, Gohde, Katona, Montemayer, Olenik, Piccirilli, Rosinko, Schiessie, Strysniewicz, Terpstra, Verkullen, Wenzider, and Zschnitzch. L11
"Hill and Hill-Moberly Connections of Fairfield County, South Carolina." George A. Hill, self-published, copyright- 1989. Information on the Hill-Moberly-Hosch families of South Carolina. Also includes information on families as they moved to GA, and furthur West. Also included is information on the Funderburk/Funderburg family that married into the family. MB1
"Thomas Hill and Rebecca Miles, Ancestors and Descendants, 1753-1984." Sr. Mary Louise Donnelly, 1984. This is an update of "Thomas Hill and Descendants" by John David Hill, pub 1900, and is the later revision, not the original 1971 printing. JAB2
"Hilley Cousins: The Descendants of Thomas and Mary Walker Bond." Ann Holloman, LifeSprings Resources, 2002. Two-volume set that traces the descendants of Revolutionary Soldier, Thomas Hilley, and his wife, Mary Walker Bond. Exceptionally well documented with land deeds, marriage records, military records, etc. SW1
"The Hiner Family." Mary C. Hiner, self published, date unknown estimated 1950's. Outline of the descendants of John and Magdalena Hiner of Shenandoah County, Virginia. TP4
"Hinshaw-Barnard 1877 Antecedents, Descendants & Allied Lines Including Nantucket Families 1630-1773." Cordelia Bogue Wright 1982. This book is not a complete genealogy of the HINSHAW and BARNARD families; but rather a direct line to the descendents of the union of ALONZO HINSHAW and ANNA MARY BARNARD in 1877. ..... The BARNARD FAMILY and their allied lines are an interesting and very different story because of their settling on Nantucket Island, where they not only farmed, but became whale fisherman, eventually sailing the seas worldwide in search of whales. Because of the limited number of families on the Island, there was much inter-marriage, making research more difficult. The same first names appeared with all surnames in time. The name of 'Tristram' was originally a 'Coffin' name, but later appeared in other families. CCW
Hixson/Hixon Genealogy. Have collection of over 3000 people, 1600s-1900s. New England only. Welcome queries & additions. CB
"Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler." Rev. Harvey Hostetler, D. D. ; Gospel Book Store ; 1965. Families include Beachy, Bender, Blough, Bontrager, Brenneman, Byler, Darr, Detweiler, Eash, Fike, Gingerich, Glessner, Gnagey, Hartzler, Helmuth, Hershberger, Hochstetler, Kauffman, Keim, Lehman, Mast, Miller, Nisley, Plank, Saylor, Schlabach, Schmucker, Schrock, Stutzman, Swartzendruber, Troyer, Weaver, Yoder, Zook and varied spellings of these and others. T14
"Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler: A Biographical Listing of the Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler from 1704-1912." Jacob Hochstetler emigrated to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania from Switzerland. Book compiled and published by Rev. Harvey Hochstetler in 1912. To quote from the book's forward: "The Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler has become a classic in Amish Mennonite genealogy." CH4, DLL
"Hodnett Family Records." Virdie Hodnett Egger, privately published, 1977 with addenda from 1996 & 2000. JH10
"Ancestors & Descendants of George Emmerich Hoenig." Tammy Young Lyles, Banner Press, LLC, 2000. Family history of George Hoenig. Ancestors from Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, Milwaukee Wisconsin. George moved to North Alabama following the War between the states. Includes Military journal, Bible, census & military records, photos. TYL
"Our Hoffman Family Tree", 1st Edition, 2003. RC5
"Listen to the Mockingbird." Daniel Dunbar Howe. Sections on families of Howe, Hoge, Dejarnette, Haven and Patton. DC4
"The Holcombes: Nation Builders." Elizabeth Weir McPherson, no publisher listed (I think it is self-published), 1947. Family history of the Holcombe Family of England; from locations all over the country. Includes family of Addison Holcombe, for whom Holcomb Bridge Rd. in Roswell is named. AA3, JHH, L3
"The Genealogical and Biographical Record of the Descendents of Christian Holdeman 1788-1846." Weaver, E., E.V. Publishing House, Nappanee, IN, 1937 Christian and Christiana (Buzzard) Holdeman family, Wayne County, OHIO. Some references to Haldeman. GH2
"Holdeman Descendent Book". Volume II, Ella Holdeman, 1973. Continuation of the HOLDEMAN line from 1935 edition to 1973. Volume I begins with arrival in the US, and Volume II continues the limbs. GH2
"Ben Holladay, The Stagecoach King." (A chapter in the development of Transcontinental Transportation). Author: J. V. Frederick. Published by University of Nebraska Press; 1989. Between 1862 and 1866, Ben Holladay owned and operated a network of stagecoach lines from Kansas to California and branching into Montana and Idaho territories. Details the organization and operation of this vast empire. 334 pages with black and white illustrations, map, appendices, bibliography and index. BLL
"The Holladay Family." Alvis Milton Holladay, Senior, author. 602pp. [have index and early chapters only, but can forward look-ups to others; see Holliday family home page]. Index. CEC
"The Holly Tree." Betty Hollandsworth Jackson/ No publisher listed/1986. Descendants of Vincent Hollinsworth born 1740, died 1816. LJS1
"The Hollister Family of America." Lafayette Wallace Case - Ferbus Printing Company - 1886. Lt. John Hollister and his Descendents. SW6
"Holstein, Swedish Holsteins in America." 1900 by Anna Holstein. 1644-1892,with families of DeHaven, Rittenhouse, Clay, Poots, Blackiston, Atlee, Coats and other decendants of Matthias Holstein of Wicaco, Philadelphia, Pa. PJS1
"Hooper Genealgoy." Charles H. Pope and Thomas Hooper 1908, Published by Charles H. Pope" Four sections of Hoopers:
1. The Reading, Massachusetts Hoopers
2. The Beverly, Massachusetts Hoopers
3. The Marblehead, Massachusetts Hoopers
4. The Maine Hoopers
Please note the book is indexed within each section so it really helps if you have an idea of which Hooper line to search in. PH8
"Hoopes Family record." 3 vol. Researched and Edited by the Hoopes Family Organization. Published in 1979 (Vol. 1) and 1983 (Vols. 2-3). Descendants of Daniel Hoopes, who immigrated from England to America in 1683. HWK
"The Hoover Family." Dwight Needens, pub about 1990. Covers most known descendants of Matthias Hoover's eight children. This book is arranged alphabetically with research notes but to be best used you need a parent and child's name. CS2
"Mayflower Families Through Five Generations." Vol. 6. Third Edition. Family of Stephn Hopkins. John D. Austin, General Soc. of Mayflower Descendants, 2001. JVD
"The Hopper Family Genealogy; Descendants of Andries Willemszen Hoppe(n) of New Amsterdam. The first six Generations." by Maria Pratt Hopper (2005). MPH
"Hornbeck Hunting and Descendants of Warnaar Hornbeck Born C1645." Shirley Hornbeck. Database of over 11,500 Hornbecks and allied names. SH2
See under Hill surname.
"Hosford/Horsford Genealogy." by Norman & David Hosford. GS2
"Descendants of Henry Martin O'Brien and his wife Lydia Houghton." by Willis Miller 1956. CJV
"History of Houghton Family." by David A. Keiser, 1896. CJV
"Houghton Ancestors." William D Houghton, 2010. CJV
"The Houghton Genealogy. The Descendants of John and Ralph Houghton of Lancaster, Massachusetts." J.W. Houghton, 1912. This book is now available online at the URL below. I am writing an updated revision of the 1912 Houghton Genealogy. The Houghton Family Update Project now includes 59,000 descendants of Ralph and John Houghton of Lancaster, MA and John Houghton of Stony Brook, NJ, and all Houghton surname individuals prior to 1930 who lived in or emigrated to the United States. Variants include Haughton, Hotton, Hotten, Hoten, Hoton, Howton, etc. Please consider contributing your Houghton descendancy data to the project. You will be cited as the contributor of any new data. I will try to help you with your research needs regarding this surname. Also check out my Houghton Family Project Website. CJV
"Our Houghton Heritage." Howard Houghton, 1995. CJV
"Michigans's Columbus the Life of Douglass Houghton." by Steve Lehto 2009. CJV
"Report of Houghton Association." by Columbus Smith, 1869. CJV
See under Rockbridge Co., VA.
"The HOWARD Genealogy - Descendants of John HOWARD of Bridgewater, Mass. From 1643 to 1903." by Heman HOWARD. This book is well indexed and I will check the index for you. I have much of this book on disc so may be able to upload sections to you as Email. DEH
"Descendents of John & Mary Howes of Montgomery Co., MD." Jennie Wight Howes, Dingley Press, 1946. This book is indexed and includes the Howes family from PA, NY, OH, IL and other states. Many surnames included such as Bailey, Bradley, Brown, Dodge, Gibson, Howes, Hulbert, Ireland, Knickerbocker, Penn, Shreve, Spear, Soller, Thompson, Willet and many more too numerous to list. N6
"The Howe Family History." Lillian M. Howe, published by Lillian M. Howe, 1987. The Howe family descended from David Howe and Polly Elkins of New Hampshire. JH10
"Listen to the Mockingbird." Daniel Dunbar Howe. Sections on families of Howe, Hoge, Dejarnette, Haven and Patton. DC4
"Descendants of Edward Howell (1584-1655) of Westbury Manor, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, [England], and Southampton, Long Island, New York." Emma Howell Ross & Dr. David Faris - 1968 & 1985. I have both the first and second editions of this book. KH1
"John Howland of the Mayflower, Vol. 1, The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his first child Desire Howland and her husband Captain John Gorham." 714 pgs. It contains only the descendants of his daughter Desire, who married John Gorham. Other frequent surnames: Baxter, Bunker, Champlin, Crowell, Denison, Eldredge, Folger, Freeman, Fuller, Gardner, Lewis, Lothrop, Stanton, Williams, Worth. BW6, JRM, MI, MU
"John Howland of the Mayflower," Vol. 2. Llizabeth Pearson White, Picton Press 1993. The First Five Generations Documented Descendants Through his second child John Howland and his wife Mary Lee. JV1
"Mayflower Families through Five Generations, Volume Twenty Three, Part One: John Howland." Ann Smith Lainhart and Robert S. Wakefield General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2006. Family of John Howland. The first Four Generations of his Childern Lydia, Hannah, Joseph, Jabez, Ruth and Isaac. JV1
See under Isle of Man.
"Huling Genealogy-Descendants of James & Margaret Huling of Newport, RI & Lewes, DE." Esther Littleford Woodworth-Barnes, self published, 1984, & Addenda 3 publ. 1999. Book with addenda contains over 15,000 descendants of James & Margaret Huling, who arrived in Rhode Island about 1666 from probably Suffex, England. D20
"Humphreys Genealogy." Allan Sparrow Humphreys, self published by author, Fayetteville, Arkansas. DK3
"A Genealogical History of the Hunsicker Family." Henry A. Hunsicker, pub. 1911, J. P. Lippincott, Philadelphia. The genealogical history of Valentine Hunsicker (and some of the Dutch history of his wife Elizabeth Kolb) including several of his children (i.e. Jacob, Henry, Isaac, Sara, Catherine. This also includes several unrelated Hunsicker families who requested publishing with my family. I'm related to Valentine Hunsicker through Henry, Sara, and Isaac (this makes for very interesting discussion on intermarriage of German immigrant families in colonial America). [This book is now freely available to download from the Internet Archive.]
See also Pagan
"Roots and Branches of the Hunt-Fifield-Bailey Family and the Times in Which They Lived, 1630-1980." Hunt, Emma Amelia ... [et al.]. Claremont, NH : Claremont Print Shoppe, c1980. DE2
"The Hunter Family History from our original William Hunter who settled in Laurens District of 'Old Ninety Six.'" Madeline Hunter Hilliard, March 1971. Includes surnames of Hunter, Jolly, Dalrymple, Kay, Martin and others. Begins with William Hunter, d 1802. Some historical document copies in volume. Many errors in the book and some possible stretches/conflicting with other sources information so please take anything form this book with a grain of salt. CJ
"HUNTINGTON GENEALOGICAL MEMOIRS, 1633-1915." 1915, Published by the Huntington Family Association, Hartford (CT). Beginning in Norwich, England in 1633, it traces the family descendants of Simon Huntington (who died of smallpox on the trip over here in 1633) and his wife, Margaret Baret. Some of it is the work of Gustav Anjou, whose work has been criticized, It has over 1000 pages of fine print with data & vignettes and a numbering system that begins with Simon as 1, his eldest child as 1.2, his 2nd child as 1.3, etc. As many as 8 of these numbers on the people listed. There are 2 subsequent volumes, which I do not own. [The lookup volunteer has noted that this book is also available through HeritageQuest, to which many public and research libraries have subscriptions.] PS6
"Huntress Family." Henry Winthrop Hardon, privately published, no date (about mid-1970s). George Huntress of Newington, New Hampshire and some of his descendants. PH5