Mary Lou Cook, Ed.D. 
3248 Arthur Drive Drive
Murfreesboro, TN 37127
E-mail:  collectornuts@aol.com
Phone:  615-849-1168

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)
National Genealogical Society
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Genealogy Books in my Personal Collection

Balthaser, F. W. (1925).  The story of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Reading, PA. 

Bittinger, E.F.(1990). Allegheny passage:  Churches and families, West Marva District, Church of the Brethren, 1752 - 1990.  Camden, Maine:  Penobscot Press.

Collins, R.T., Ed. (1999).  One life at a time: A new world family narrative, 1630 - 1960.  Fairfax, VA:  Ravensyard Publishing, Ltd.

Everton Publishers (1999).  The handy book for genealogists, 9th ed.  Logan, UT:  The Everton Publishers, Inc.

Fleming, T. (1997).  Liberty! The American Revolution.  New York:  Penguin Putnam. 

Foster, J.O. (2003).  Old Plank Road - leading south from Chester Four Corners:  A history of South Main Street.  Warren Co, NY. 

Historical Society of the Town of Chester (1987). Glimpses of the past, 1962 - 1987. 25th Anniversary Edition. Glens Falls, NY:  Coneco Laser Graphics.

Hostetler, H. (1912).  Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler, The immigrant of 1736. 

Hostetler, H. (1938).  Descendants of Barbara Hochstetler and Christian Stutzman.     Scottdale, PA:  Mennonite Publishing Co. 

Jones, H.Z. (1985).  The Palatine families of New York, Vol. 1. Rockport, Maine:  Picton Press.

Jones, H.Z. (1985).  The Palatine families of New York, Vol. II. Rockport, Maine:  Picton Press.

Lawson, R.M. 2003).  Portsmouth:  An old town by the sea.  Charleston, SC:  Arcadia.

Lee, I.J. (1965).  Lancaster County, Virginia marriage bonds 1652 - 1850. Baltimore:  Clearfield. 

McClure, J. (2001).  Nine months in York town:  American Revolutionaries labor on Pennsylvania's frontier.  York Daily Record, York Newspaper Co., York County Heritage Trust.

Mead, J.B. (1995).  Chains unbound:  Slave emancipations in the town of Greenwich, Connecticut.  Baltimore:  Gateway Press.

Mead, S. P. (1911).  Ye historie of ye town of Greenwich, County of Fairfield and State of Connecticut.  Camden, Maine:  Picton Press.  1992. 

Mead, S.P. (1901).  History and genealogy of the Mead family.  (CD)

Miller, B. (1977).  Amish pioneers of the Walnut Creek Valley.  Wooster, OH:  Atkinson Printing.  

Mills, E.S. (1997).  Evidence!  Citation & analysis for the family historian.  Baltimore, MD:  Genealogical Publishing Co.  

Morgan, E.S. (1944). The Puritan family:  Religion and domestic relations in seventeenth century New England. New York:  Harper Row. 

Smith, L.D. (1999).  Mother Bedford and the American Revolution.  Apollo, PA:  Closson Press. 

Strayker-Rodda, K., Ed. (1971).  Genealogical research, Vol. 2, Washington, D.C.:  The American Society of Genealogists.

Wardle, M.T. (2005).  Images of America:  Kent.  Charleston, SC:  Arcadia.

Wenger, J.C. (1961) The Mennonites in Indiana and Michigan.  Scottsdale, AZ:  Herald Press. 

White, D.H., Compiler.  (2002).  Descendants of Roger William, Book III, Sayles Line through Mary Williams.  Roger Williams Family Association.