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Sources for my Genealogy Pages!

Before I list my sources, I should thank the staff of the Godfrey Genealogical Library, Middletown, CT. This library is a wonderful source for records for the New England States, and the personell is extremely helpful in locating books and other material. The library web page is at:

I also want to thank the Jefferson Historical Society, Jefferson, NH
for the courtesy and friendship shown to us during our trips
to gather information about my family
who once lived in their beautiful town.

Informational Documents

Census Records, New Hampshire, 1790, 1820, 1830
History of the 6th NH Volunteers. Index of Personnel
"Index of the Rolls of Honor" Daughters of the American Revolution
"Record of Service Of Connecticut men in the War of the Revolution"

Books and Manuscripts

"Jefferson, NH Before 1996"
"The Munson Record, Vol. 1 and 2";
"History of Dover", NH;
"Tuttle-Tuthill Lines in America"; Alva Tuttle
"Jefferson New Hampshire 1773-1927"; George C. Evans
"Saco Valley Settlements and Families"
"Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire, Vol. II"
"History of Nottingham, Deerfield, and Northwood", by E. C. Cogswell
"History of Rockingham & Strafford Counties NH", D. H Hurd
"History of Rockingham County NH and Representative Citizens" C. A. Hazlett
"Early Marriages of Strafford Cty, NH" R.S. Canney
"A History and Genealogy of Captain John Locke" by Arthur H. Locke
"Tuttle Genealogy" by George F. Tuttle
"The Lovejoy Genealogy" by Clarence Lovejoy
"Chronicles of the White Mountains", by Frederick W. Kilbourne
"History of Rye, NH" by Langdon B. Parsons
"History of Ancient Woodbury, CT", by William Cothren
"Stiles Family in America" by Henry Stiles
"Incidents in White Mountain History", by Rev. Benjamin Willey


As I am an amature genealogist, please retain the thought that I may have an error or two in the pages. If you find any, please E-mail me and let me know. You may use my work as a reference only, as I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information on all the on-line pages, nor in the above publications.
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