Series: Colonial Families of Delaware

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Colonial Families of Delaware, Volume 2 by F. Edward Wright2
Colonial Families of Delaware Volume 3 (2nd Edition) by F. Edward Wright3
Colonial Families of Delaware. Vol. 4. by F. Edward Wright4
Colonial Families of Delaware Vol. 5 by F. Edward Wright5
Abstracts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Wills 1685-1785 by F. Edward Wright6

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  1. Bucks County, Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Records 1685-1852 by Thomas G. Myers (2000)
  2. Abstracts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania Land Records, 1684-1723 by Charlotte D. Meldrum (2008)
  3. Historical collections of the State of Pennsylvania: Containing a copious selection of the most interesting facts ... with topographical descriptions of ... county and all the larger towns in the state by Sherman Day (1995)
  4. Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of by H. Frank Eshleman (1917)
  5. Abstracts of Berks County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1752-1785 by Jacob Martin (2005)
  6. Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills, 1726-1747 by F. Edward Wright (2005)
  7. Names of Persons Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania 1776-1794 by John B. Linn (1995)
  8. History of the Big Spring Presbyterian Church, Newville, Pa., 1737-1898 by Gilbert Ernest Swope (1992)
  9. Pennsylvania births, Lehigh County, 1734-1800 by John T. Humphrey (1992)
  10. Genealogical Abstracts of Orphans Court Records, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Volumes 6-8, 1795-1815, 10,000 E by Candace E. Anderson
  11. Maryland Calendar of Wills 1635-1685 by Jane Baldwin Cotton (1988)
  12. History of Woodford County, Kentucky by William E. Railey (1975)
  13. Annals of Buffalo Valley, Pennsylvania, 1755-1855 by John Blair Linn (2009)
  14. Rhineland Emigrants Lists of German Settlers in Colonial America (#6540) by Don Yoder (1981)
  15. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Wills (1786-1820) by Pennsylvania Historic* (2003)

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