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Alphabetical List of Some

Revolutionary War Engagements

 

Augusta, Georgia - January 29, 1777; September 14 to 18, 1780; and April 16 to June 5, 1781.

Bemus Heights, New York - September 19, 1777.

Biggin's Bridge, South Carolina - April 14, 1780.

Blue Licks, Kentucky (called Bryan's Station) - Aug. 19, 1782.

Boston, Massachusetts, Siege of - June 17, 1775 to March 17, 1776.

Brandywine, Delaware - September 11, 1777.

Breed's Hill (Bunker Hill), Massachusetts - June 17, 1775.

Brewton Hill, Georgia - December 29, 1778.

Bryan's Station, Kentucky (Blue Licks) - August 19, 1782.

Bunker Hill (Breed's Hill), Massachusetts - June 17, 1775.

Camden, South Carolina - August 16, 1780; and April 25, 1781; and May 10, 1781.

Catawba Ford, South Carolina - August 18, 1780.

Charleston, South Carolina - Siege of, May 11 to 13, 1779; and March 29 to May 12, 1780; Sortie from April 24, 1780; Occupied by the British from May 12, 1780 to December 14,1782.

Charlette, North Carolina - September 26, 1780.

Concord, Massachusetts - April 17, 1775.

Cowpens, South Carolina - January 17, 1781.

Eutaw Springs, South Carolina - September 8, 1781.

Fishing Creek, South Carolina - August 18, 1780.

Freeman's Farm, New York - September 19, 1777.

Germantown, Pennsylvania - October 4, 1777.

Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina - March 15, 1781.

Gum Swamp, South Carolina - August 16, 1780.

Harlem Heights, New York - October 16, 1776.

Harlem Plains, New York - September 16, 1776.

 

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Alphabetical Listing of Some

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Independence acknowledged by Great Britain - Nov. 30, 1782.

Jamestown Ford, Virginia - July 6, 1781.

King's Mountain, North Carolina - October 7, 1780.

Lake George, New York - September 18, 1777.

Lexington, Massachusetts - April 19, 1775.

Monk's Corner, South Carolina - April 14, 1780; and October 16,1781.

Monmouth Courthouse, New Jersey - June 28, 1778.

Montreal, Canada - September 25 and November 12, 1775.

Musgrove's Mills, South Carolina - August 19, 1780.

New York City - Attack on, August 29, 1775; Occupied by British, September 15, 1776 to November 25, 1783.

Ninety-six, South Carolina - November 19 and 21, 1775; and May 22 to June 19,1781.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Occupied by British, September 26, 1777 to June 18, 1778.

Princeton, New Jersey - January 3, 1777.

Quebec, Canada - Siege of, December 8 to 31, 1775.

Richmond, Virginia - January 5, 1781.

Saratoga, New York - October 7 to 17, 1777.

Savannah, Georgia - Occupied by British December 29, 1778 to July 11, 1782; Siege of, Sept. 22 to Oct.18, 1779.

Stillwater, New York - September 19 and October 7, 1777.

Sullivan's Island, South Carolina - June 28 and 29,1776; and May 8, 1780.

Throg's Neck, New York - October 12, 1776.

Trenton, New Jersey - December 26, 1776; and Jan. 2, 1777.

Vincennes, Indiana - July 5, 1776; December 17, 1778; and February 23, 1779.

Watson, Fort, South Carolina - April 15 to 23, 1781.

Yorktown, Virginia - September 28 to October 19, 1781.


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Chronological List of Some

Revolutionary War Engagements

 

1775

April 19,                                               Lexington, Massachusetts

April 19,                                               Concord, Massachusetts

June 17,                                              Bunker Hill (Breed's Hill), Mass.

June 17, 1775 to March 17, 1776,       Siege of Boston, Massachusetts

August 29,                                           Attack on New York City

September 25,                                     Montreal, Canada

November 12,                                     Montreal, Canada

November 19 and

November 21,                                     Ninety-Six, South Carolina

December 8 to 31,                               Siege of Quebec, Canada

 

1776

March 7,                                              Boston, Mass. evacuated by British

September 15,                                     New York City occupied by British

September 16                                      Harlem Plains, New York

October 12,                                         Harlem Heights (Throg's Neck), N. Y.

December 26,                                      Trenton, New Jersey

 

1777

January 3,                                            Princeton, New Jersey

September 11,                                     Brandywine, Delaware

September 18,                                     Lake George, New York

September 19,                                     Bemus Heights, New York

September 19,                                     Stillwater (Freeman's Farm), New York

September 26,                                     Philadelphia / Pa. occupied by British

October 4,                                           Germantown, Pennsylvania

October 7 to 17,                                  Saratoga, New York

October 17,                                         Saratoga, N. Y., surrender of Burgoyne

 

1778

June 18,                                               Philadelphia, Pa. evacuated by British

June 28,                                               Monmouth, New Jersey

July 5,                                                  Vincennes, Indiana

December 17,                                      Vincennes, Indiana

December 29,                                      Savannah (Brewton Hill), Georgia

 

1779

September 22 to

October 19,                                         Siege of Savannah, Georgia

 

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Revolutionary War Engagements

 

1780

March 29 to May 12,                           Siege of Charleston, South Carolina

April 14,                                              Monk's Corner (Biggins' Bridge), S. C.

April 24,                                              Sortie from Charleston, South Carolina

May 8,                                                 Sullivan's Island, South Carolina

May 12,                                               Surrender of Charleston, South Carolina to the British

August 16,                                           Camden, South Carolina

August 16,                                           Gum Swamp, South Carolina

August 18,                                           Musgrove's Mills, South Carolina

August 18,                                           Fishing Creek, South Carolina

August 18,                                           Catawba Ford, South Carolina

September 26,                                     Charlotte, North Carolina

October 7,                                           King's Mountain, North Carolina

 

1781

January 5,                                            Richmond, Virginia

January 17,                                          Cowpens, South Carolina

March 15,                                            Guilford, North Carolina

April 16 to June 5,                               Siege of Augusta, Georgia

April 25,                                              Camden, South Carolina

May 10,                                               Camden, South Carolina

May 22 to June 19,                              Ninety-Six, South Carolina

September 8,                                       Eutaw Springs, South Carolina

Sept. 29 to Oct. 19,                             Siege of Yorktown, Virginia

October 16,                                         Monk's Corner, New York

October 19,                                         Yorktown, Virginia, surrender of Cornwallis

 

1782

July 11,                                                Savannah, Georgia, evacuated by British

August 19,                                           Blue Licks (Bryan's Station), Kentucky

November 30,                                     Independence of the United States

                                                           acknowledged by Great Britain

December 14,                                      Charleston, South Carolina,

                                                           evacuated by British

 

1783

September 3,                                       Treaty of Peace concluded

November 26,                                     British troops withdrawn from New York

 

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES

        Introduction

  1.  Peyton, J. Lewis, HISTORY OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Bridgewater, Va., 1953, p. iv & vi of Introduction.

  2. Kercheval, Samuel, A HISTORY OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, Fourth Edition, Shenandoah Publishing House, Strasburg, Va., 1925, Preface to Fourth Edition.

 

        CHAPTER    I

        The Early Years

  1.  Connellan, Owen, Esq., THE ANNALS OF IRELAND, Translated From The Original Irish of THE FOUR MASTERS, Bryan Geraghty, Dublin, 1845, pp. 150-1.

  2.  Ibid., pp. 123-4.

  3.  Ibid., p.6.

  4.  MacManus, Seumas, THE STORY OF THE IRISH RACE, Fourth Revised Edition, The Devin-Adair Co., New York, 1944, p. 41.

  5.  Connellan, Op. Cit., p. 319.

  6.  Barnett, Lincoln, THE EPIC OF MAN: PART X, FOREBEARS OF THE WEST, Life, Vol. 42, No.18, p.100, (May 6, '57).

  7.  MacManus, Op. Cit., pp. 45-47

  8.  Ibid., p.89.

  9.  Waddell, Jos. A., ANNALS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY; VIRGINIA, FROM 1726 TO 1871, 2nd Ed., 1902, G. J. Carrier Co., Bridgewater, Va., 1958, p. 1.

 

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  CHAPTER    II

  The English Rulers

  1.  MacManus, Op. Cit., p.362.

  2.  Ibid., p. 364-6.

  3. Webster, Noah, WEBSTER'S THIRD NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY, G. & C.  Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass., 1963, p. 1846.

  4.  MacManus, Op. Cit., p.430.

  5. Kenyon, J. P., OLIVER THE FIRST AND LAST, from Christopher Hill's GOD'S ENGLISHMAN: OLIVER CROMWELL AND THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION, Chicago Tribune, Vol. IV, No. 34, Section 9, p. 4-5, (August 23, 1970).

  6.  MacManus, Op. Cit., pp. 458-60.

  7.  Waddell, Op. Cit., pp. 11-12.

  8.  MacManus, Op. Cit., p. 489.

  9.  Waddell, Op. Cit., p. 497.

10.  Ibid., p. 14.

11.  THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, Fourteenth Edition, Vol. 8, pp. 527-8.

12.  MacManus, Op. Cit., p. 720,

  

CHAPTER    III

The Irish Clans

1.  Connellan, Op. Cit., p. 77.

2.  MacLysaght, Edward, IRISH FAMILIES, THEIR NAMES, ARMS AND ORIGINS, Hodges Figgis & Co., Ltd., 1957, p. 253.

3.  WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY, Second Edition Unabridged, G. & C. Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass., 1960.

4.  MacLysaght, Op. Cit., p. 173.

5.  MacManus, Op. Cit., p. 432.

6.  Pender, Seamus, M. A. (Editor), A CENSUS OF IRELAND, CIRCA 1659, The Stationery Office, Dublin, 1939 , pps. 77, 168, 174, 179, 186.

 


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7.  Ibid., Introduction IX.

8.  Joyce, P. W., PHILIPS ATLAS AND GEOGRAPHY OF IRELAND, George Philip & Son, London, p. 23.

9. Woulfe, Rev. Patrick, IRISH NAMES AND SURNAMES, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967, pp 4,5, 7, 14-16, 23, 28, 31-33, 548 and 571.

10.  Frost, HISTORY OF CLARE, TOPOGRAPHY OF THOMOND, Chapter IV, p. 35.

11.  Ibid., Chapter VIII, pp. 113, 224.

12.  O'Hart, IRISH PEDIGREES, Vol, I, Murphy & McCarthy, New York, 1923, pp. 94-5.

13.  deForest, L. Effingham, JELKE AND FRAZIER AND ALLIED FAMILIES, The deForest Publishing Co., New York, 1931, p. 57.

14.  Murtagh, Paul, YOUR IRISH COATS-OF-ARMS, The Ainsworth Co., New York, 1960, pp. 1, 2, 6.

 

CHAPTER     IV 

Heraldry 

1.  Murtagh, Op. Cit., Plate 12.

2.  MacLysaght, Op. Cit., pp. 11-12.

3. Burke, Sir Bernard C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms, THE GENERAL ARMORY OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND AND WALES, Harrison & Sons, London, 1884, p. viii and 440.

4.  Child, Heather, HERALDIC DESIGN, A HANDBOOK FOR Students, The Camelot Press Let., London and Southhampton, 1965, p. 5, 19, 21, 27-29.

5.  Connellan , Op. Cit., p. 124.

6.  MacManus, Op. Cit., pp. 23, 74.

7.  Connellan, Op. Cit., p. 77.

8.  O'Hart, Op. Cit., p. 857.

9.  Ibid, pp. 344-5.

10.  IRISH HERALDRY, Heraldic Artists, Ltd., Dublin, Ireland, Brochure No. 3.

 

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL  NOTES

 

CHAPTER    V

Pioneer Virginia

 1.  Kercheval, Op. Cit., pp. 151, 153, 156, 171-3, 175-6, 178, 247, 250-1, 257, 264-5.

 2.  Morton, Oren F., A HISTORY OF ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, Staunton, Va., The McClure  Co., Inc. 1920, p. 37.

 3.  Brock, R. A., DINWIDDIE PAPERS, Vol. I, P. 8.

 

CHAPTER    VI

Michael's New Environment 

 1.  Morton, Oren F., A HISTORY OF ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, Staunton, Va., The McClure Co., Inc., 1920, p. 12.

2.  Ibid., p. 38-9, 49.

3.  Morton, Oren F., ANNALS OF BATH COUNTY, The McClure Co., Co., Staunton, Va., 1917, p. 31, 199.

 4.  Summers, Lewis Preston, HISTORY OF SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA, 1746-1786, WASHINGTON COUNTY, 1777 - 1870, J. L. Hill Printing Co., Richmond, Va., 1903, P. 130.

 5.  Morton, Oren F., A HISTORY OF ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, Staunton, Va., The McClure Co., Inc., 1920, p.51.

 6.  Cecil, Mrs. Roy M. and others, EARLY AND MODERN HISTORY OF WOLFE COUNTY, Campton, Ky., 1958, p. 262.

 7.  Summers, Op. Cit., pp. 236-7.

 8.  Waddell, Op. Cit., pp. 249-50.

 

CHAPTER    VII

The Revolutionary War 

 1.  THE ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA, 1967, Vol. 19, p. 451.

 2.  Sparks, Jared, WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, Boston, 1853, Chapter IV, p. 124-5.


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  3.  Ibid., p. 130.

  4.  GEORGE WASHINGTON PAPERS, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, Washington, D.C., XLIV, 104.

  5.  Irving, Washington, LIFE 0F GEORGE WASHINGTON, New York, III, pp. 132, 216.

   6.  T.B. MYERS COLLECTION, Manuscript Division, New York Public Library, 1052.

  7.  Belcher, Henry, THE FIRST AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, London, 1911, II, p.324.

   8.  Sparks, Op.Cit., p. 427.

   9.  Myers, Op. Cit., p. 854.

10.  Ibid., p. 855.

11.  Van Tyne, Claude H., THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston and New York, 1929, p. 420.

12.  Squires, W. H. T., THE DAYS OF YESTERYEAR IN COLONY AND COMMONWEALTH, Portsmouth, Va., 1928, p. 141.

13.  Wilkinson, General James, MEMOIRS OF OUR TIMES, Philadelphia, 1816, p. 238. In a footnote Wilkinson wrote regarding Morgan's custom of bringing up the rear of his troops when going into action in order to see that every man did his duty, and that the cowards did not lag behind while brave men were fighting.

14.  Montross, Lynn, RAG, TAG AND BOBTAIL: THE STORY OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY, 1775-83, New York, 1852, p.50.

15.  Lamb, R., AN ORIGINAL AND AUTHENTIC JOURNAL OF OCCURRENCES DURING THE LATE AMERICAN WAR FROM ITS COMMENCEMENT TO THE YEAR, 1783, Dublin, 1809, p. 135.

16.  Nickerson, Hoffman, THE TURNING POINT OF THE REVOLUTION, Boston, 1926, p. 317.

17.  Sparks, Op. Cit, p. 74.

18.  Stone, W. L. (Ed.), LETTERS AND JOURNALS RELATING TO THE WAR OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION OF MAJOR GENERAL RIEDESEL, Albany, 1867, p. 125.

19.  Wilkinson, Op.Cit., p.268.

20.  Ibid., p. 268.

21.  Van Tyne, Op. Cit, p. 429.

22.  STATE PAPERS, DOMESTIC MILITARY, Public Record Office, 18, No.5, pp. 25, 53, 85.

23.  Graham, James, LIFE OF GENERAL DANIEL MORGAN, New York, 1856, p. 24.

 


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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES

24.  Sparks, Op.Cit., pp.123-4.

25.  Ibid., p. 171-2.

26.  Woodman, Henry, HISTORY OF VALLEY FORGE, Oaks, Pa., 1920, p. 60.

27.  Wood, William, and Gabriel, Ralph Henry, THE PAGENT OF AMERICA, Yale University Press, Newhaven, 1927, Vol. 6, p. 182.         

 

CHAPTER    VIII 

The Kentucky Frontier 

  1.  Cotterill, R. S., HISTORY OF PIONEER KENTUCKY, Johnson & Hardin, Cincinnati, 1917,

       p. 1-128.

  

CHAPTER    IX 

The Illinois Regiment 

  1.  James, James Alton, Ph. D., LL.D., Editor, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 - 1784, Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, Ill., 1926, Introduction, p. XVII - LI.

  2.  Brumbaugh, Gaius Marcus, REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS, VOLUME I, VIRGINIA, Lancaster Press, Inc. Lancaster, Pa., 1936, p. 567.

  3.  James, James Alton, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1771 - 1781, Virginia Series, Vol. III, Illinois State Historical Library, 1912, p. 372-3.

  4.  Brambaugh, Op. Cit., p. 568.

  5.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1771 - 1781, Vol. III, Virginia Series, pp. 410.

  6.  James, GBORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1771 - 1781, Vol. III, Virginia Series, p. 408.

  7.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1771 - 1781, Vol. III, Virginia Series, pp. 398-402.


 

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES

 

  8.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1771 - 1781, Virginia Series, Volume III, Illinois State Historical Library, 1912, p. 453.

  9.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1771 - 1781, Virginia Series, Volume III, Illinois State Historical Library, 1912, pp. 456-7, 462-3.

 

CHAPTER    X 

Michael's Post War Years in Virginia 

  1. Worrell, Anne Lowry, EARLY MARRIAGES, WILLS AND SOME REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS, BOTETOURT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Carroll Publishing Corp., Hillsville, Virginia., 1958, p. 66.

  2.  Brumbaugh, Op. Cit., pp. 197-8.

  3. Clift, G. Glenn, A LIST OF OFFICERS OF THE ILLINOIS REGIMENT, AND OF CROCKETT'S REGIMENT, WHO HAVE RECEIVED LAND FOR THEIR SERVICES...A LIST OF NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE ILLINOIS REGIMENT, AND THE WESTERN ARMY, UNDER THE COMMAND OF GENERAL GEORGE ROGERS CLARKE, WHO ARE ENTITLED TO BOUNTY IN LAND., Borderland Books, Anchorage, Ky., 1962, p. 1.

  4.  Ibid., pp. 3, 5, 19.

  5.  Gwathmey, John H., HISTORICAL REGISTER OF VIRGINIANS IN THE REVOLUTION, SOLDIERS - SAILORS - MARINES, 1775 - 1783, The Dietz Press, Richmond, Va., 1938, pp. preface iv, v, vii, 593, 594, 860.

  6.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 - 1784, Illinois State Historical Library, Virginia Series, Vol. IV, Springfield, Illinois, 1926, pp. 425-6.

  7.  English, William H., CONQUEST OF THE NORTHWEST 1778 - 1783, Vol. 2, pp. 839, 848.

  8.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 - 1784, Illinois State Historical Library, Virginia Series, Vol. IV, Springfield, Illinois, 1926, pp. 441-2.


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CHAPTER    XI 

Kentucky    1782 - 1788 

  1.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 -1784, Illinois State Historical Library, Virginia Series, Vol. IV, 1926, pp. 98-99.         .

  2.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 1784, Illinois State Historical Library, Virginia Series, Vol. IV, 1926, p. LI.

  3.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 - 1784, Illinois State Historical Library, Virginia Series, Vol. IV, 1926, pp. 133-5.

  4.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 - 1784, Illinois State Historical Library, Va. Series, Volume IV, 1926, pp. Introduction LV - LVII.

  5.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 - 1784, Ill. State Historical Library, Va. Series, Vol. IV, 1926, pp.157-8.

  6.  James, GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS 1781 - 1784, Ill. State Historical Library, Va. Series, Vol. IV, 1926, pp. Introduction LXIV & LXV.

  7.  Filson, John, THE DISCOVERY, SETTLEMENT AND PRESENT STATE OF KENTUCKE, Corinth Books, New York, 1962, pp. 22, 24-5.

  8.  Ibid., p. 108.

  9.  Ibid., p. 36-38.

  

CHAPTER    XII

Exodus to Kentucky

  1.  Kincaid, Robert L. , THE WILDERNESS ROAD, The Bobbs-Merrill Co., Indianapolis & New York, 1947, Introduction.

  2.  Cotterill, Op. Cit., p. 236.


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  3.  Johnston, J. Stoddard, FIRST EXPLORATIONS OF KENTUCKY, Louisville, 1898.

  4.  Kincaid, Op. Cit., p. 73-5.

  5.  Cotterill, Op. Cit., pp. 235-7.

 

CHAPTER    XIII 

Life in Kentucky 

  1.  Kincaid, Op. Cit. p. 154.

  2. Heinemann, Charles B., FIRST CENSUS OF KENTUCKY 1790, Southern Book Co., Baltimore, 1956, p. 3.

  3.  Scalf, Henry P., FLOYD COUNTY SESQUICENTENNIAL, Prestonsburg, Ky., 1950, p. 45.

  4.  Kincaid, Op. Cit., p. 191.

  5.  Clift, C. Glenn, "SECOND CENSUS" OF KENTUCKY-1800, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1966, p. vii, and viii.

  6.  Ibid., p. iv.

  7. Kozee, William Co., PIONEER FAMILIES OF EASTERN AND SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY, Standard Printing and Publishing Co., Huntington, W. Va., 1957, p. 26.

  8.  Powell, Bill, FOR PEOPLE "WHO HAVE STRONG AFFECTION AND GREAT HOPES FOR EACH OTHER", The Lexington Leader, Lexington, Ky., p. 28 & 40, Aug.19, 1970.

  

CHAPTER    XIV 

Dedication of Memorials 

  1. Program of Memorial Services, October 26, 1930, at the grave of Elizabeth Tribbett O'Hair.

  2. Program of Memorial Services, May 26, 1957, at the grave of Michael O'Hair.


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FOR FURTHER READING

 

GENERAL REFERENCE WORKS

ANALECTA HIBERNICA Including the reports of the Irish Manuscripts Commission, Stationery Office, Dublin, 1938.

HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY OF IRELAND, Hodges Figgis & Co., Ltd., Dublin, 1965 .

REJECTED OR SUSPENDED APPLICATIONS FOR REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1969.

VIRGINIA CENSUS RECORDS OF THE STATE ENUMERATORS: 1782 TO 1785, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1970.

 

BOOKS

Ardery, Mrs. William Breckenridge, Compiler, KENTUCKY RECORDS, EARLY WILLS AND MARRIAGES, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1969.

Bakeless, John, BACKGROUND TO GLORY, J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia and New York, 1957.

Campbell, Charles, HISTORY OF THE COLONY AND ANCIENT DOMINION OF VIRGINIA, J. B. Lippincott Co., 1860.

Chalkley, Lyman, RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800, Vol. I, II, III, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1965.

Clift, G. Glenn, KENTUCKY MARRIAGES 1797 - 1865, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1966.

Costigan, Giovanni, A HISTORY OF MODERN IRELAND, Western Publishing Company, Inc., New York, 1969.

Cuneo, John R., THE BATTLES OF SARATOGA, The MacMillan Company, New York, 1967.

Drake, Daniel, PIONEER LIFE IN KENTUCKY 1785 - 1800, Henry Schuman, New York, 1948.

Ely, William, THE BIG SANDY VALLEY, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1969.

Evans, E. Estyn, MOURNE COUNTRY, Dundalgan Press, Dundalk, Ireland, 1967.

 


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BOOKS

Evans, Estyn, PREHISTORIC AND EARLY CHRISTIAN IRELAND, B. T. Batsford Ltd., London, 1966.

Falley, Margaret Dickinson, IRISH AND SCOTCH - IRISH ANCESTRAL RESEARCH, Vol. I and II, Shenandoah Publishing House, Strasburg, Va., 1961.

Fothergill, Augusta B. and Naugle, John Mark, VIRGINIA TAX PAYERS 1782 - 1787, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966.

Goblet, Y. M., Editor, INDEX OF PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS OF IRELAND, in Sir William Petty's MSS. Barony Maps, Stationery Office, Dublin, 1932.

Green, Thomas Marshall, HISTORIC FAMILIES OF KENTUCKY, Regional Publishing Co., 1964.

Greer, George Cabell, EARLY VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1960.

Gwynn, Rev. Aubrey, THE MEDIEVAL PROVINCE OF ARMAGH, W. Tempest, Dundalgan Press, Dundalk, 1946.

Col. Thomas Hugart Chapter, D.A.R., Compilers, FIRST MARRIAGE RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA 1785 - 1813, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1962.

Jillison, Willard R., OLD KENTUCKY ENTRIES AND DEEDS, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1969.

Kegley, F. B., KEGLEY'S VIRGINIA FRONTIER, Southwest Virginia Historical Society, Roanoke, Va., 1938.

King, J. Estelle Stewart, ABSTRACT OF EARLY KENTUCKY WILLS AND INVENTORIES, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1969.

McConnell, Catherine S., HIGH ON A WINDY HILL, The King Printing Company, Bristol, Tenn. 1968.

MacLysaght, Edward, GUIDE TO IRISH SURNAMES, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1964.

MacLysaght, Edward, IRISH LIFE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, Irish University Press, Shannon, Ireland, 1969.

MacLysaght, Edward, SUPPLEMENT TO IRISH FAMILIES, Helicon Ltd., Dublin, 1964.

 


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BOOKS

MacLysaght, Edward, MORE IRISH FAMILIES, O'Gorman Ltd., Galway and Dublin, 1960.

Morton, Oren F., HISTORY OF HIGHLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA, Regional Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969.

Munsell, Joel, INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGIES, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.

Peterson, Clarence Stewart, CONSOLIDATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COUNTY HISTORIES, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1963.

Petty, Dr. William, THE DOWN SURVEY, University Press, Dublin, MDCCCLI

Quisenberry, Anderson Chenault, Compiler, REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS IN KENTUCKY, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968.

Salisbury, Alvin, ADVENTURES OF COLONEL DANIEL BOON, Old Chelicothe Press, Xenia, Ohio, 1968.

Tucker, Ernest E., DAN MORGAN RIFLEMAN, Wheeler Publishing Co., Chicago, 1955.

Vicars, Sir Arthur, INDEX TO THE PREROGATIVE WILLS OF IRELAND, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.

Walker, Emma Jane and Wilson, Virginia, Compiled and Edited By, SOME MARRIAGES IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, KENTUCKY, printed in 1961.

Walsh, Paul, IRISH CHIEFS AND LEADERS, Fleet Street, Dublin, 1960.

Walsh, Paul, THE PLACENAMES OF WESTMEATH, Colm O. Lochlainn, Dublin, 1957.

Wayland, John W., VIRGINIA VALLEY RECORDS, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1965.

Wilson, Goodridge, SMYTH COUNTY HISTORY AND TRADITIONS, Kingsport Press, Inc., Kingsport, Tenn., 1932.

Wilson, Howard McKnight, THE TINKLING SPRING, Garrett and Massie, Inc., Richmond, Va., 1954