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DE GRAFFENRIED,  Christopher  (1603-1637)  NC

            Dill, Alonzo Thomas.  Governor Tryon and His Palace.  Chapel Hill, NC:  The
                    University of North Carolina Press, 1955.

            Watson,  Alan D.  A History of New Bern and Craven County.  New Bern,
                    NC: Tryon Palance Commission, 1987.  Return to index

DE GRAFFENRIED, Christopher  (1661-1743)  NC

            Bell, Landon Covington.  The Old Free State; a contribution to the history
                    of Lunenburg County and southside Virginia. 
Richmond, VA:  The
                    William Byrd Press, Inc., c1927.

            de Graffenried, Thomas P.  History of the de Graffenried family from 1191
                    A.D. to 1925
.  S.1.: The Compiler, 1925. P. 141-154.

            ______________.  The deGraffenried Name in Literature.  NY: William-
                    Frederick Press, 1950.

"De Graffenreidt Family". William and Mary Quarterly. Vol. 15, no. 3 (Jan. 1907), p. 59-62.

            Saunders, William L. (ed).   The Colonial Records of North Carolina.  
                    Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot, 1993. Vol. 1, p. 905-986.

            Spence, Irene Bush.  The Family of Christopher DeGraffenried IV:  in
                    Switzerland and America and allied families of Tooke and Rambo
                    Camilla, GA: Enterprise Publishing Co., 1968?

Wheeler, John H. Historical Sketches of North Carolina: from 1584 to 1851... Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co, 1851; New York: Frederick H. Hitchcock, 1925.   Return to index

DE LA MONTAGNE, Johannes  (1595-1643)  NY

            Christoph, Peter; Scott, Kenneth; Stryker- Rodda, Kenn (eds).  New York
                    Historical Manuscripts. 
("Kingston Papers," translated by Dingman
                     Versteeg).  Baltimore:  Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976.

             Jameson, J. Franklin (ed).  Narratives of New Netherland 1609-1664
                      New York:  Charles Scribner & Sons, 1909.  Return to index 

DE SAUSSURE, Daniel  (John Daniel Hector)  (1736-1798)  SC

Bailey, N. Louise, Mary L. Morgan, and Carolyn R. Taylor. Biographical Directory of the South Carolina Senate, 1776-1985. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1986. Vol. 3 (1775-1790).

deSaussure, Charlton. Genealogy of the deSaussure Family. [North Charleston, SC: BookSurge], 2004.  Excerpt from: Low County Carolina Genealogies.

_________________. Low Country Carolina Genealogies: Including the Following Families, DeSaussure, Huger, Horry, Laurens, Bishop Smith, Ford, Mitchel King, Boone. Greenville, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1997. Vol. 1, p. 5.

Moultrie, William. Memoirs of the American Revolution, So Far as It Related to the States of North and South Carolina, and Georgia. New York:  D. Longworth, 1802; New York Times, 1968. Vol. 1, p. 16.  (   Return to index 

DE SAUSSURE,  Henry (Henery)  (    -1761)  SC

            Hirsch, Arthur Henry.  The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina.  Durham:
                    Duke University, 1928. Also, Hamden: Aarchon Books, 1962.

            Moore, Caroline T.  Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina
  Charlotte, NC: Observer Printing House, 1960.

            Moore, John W.  Some Family Lines of James Peronneau De Saussure and
                    His Wife Annie Isabella Laurens.
  Washington: 1958.

            The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Vol. XXIII,
                    p. 182-183.  Return to index

DEACON, George  (1642-725) NJ

            Nelson, William. New Jersey Civil List, 1664-1800; Compiled from Volumes                     of Commissions, Leaming & Spicer, New Jersey Archives and
                    Journals of the Joint Meetings.
[S.l.: s.n., 1800].  Liber AAA of
, p. 7. Leaming & Spicer, p. 443, 491, 500, 504.
 Return to index   

DEJARNETTE,  Elias  (1704-1769)  VA

            Frost, May Miller; and Earl C. Frost..  DeJarnette and allied families in
                    America (1699-1954). 
San Bernadino, CA:  Frost & Frost, 1954.
                    Return to index                

DELAMAR(E), Francis  (c1695 -1741?)  NC


Bjorkman, Gwen Boyer. Pasquotank County, North Carolina, Record of Deeds, 1700-1751. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1990. P. 282.


Grimes, J. Bryan. Abstract of North Carolina Wills [1690-1760]. Raleigh: E.M.Uzzell, 1910; Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1967. Other reprints. P.96.  (


Maddox, Joseph T., and Mary Carter. North Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers, sailors, Patriots and Descendants. Albany, GA: Georgia Pioneers Publications, 1976.  Vol. 2, p. 52.


Saunders, William Laurence. The Colonial Records of North Carolina. Raleigh: P. M. Hale, State Printer, 1886-90. Vol. 4 (1734-1752), p. 223-224, 345, 346.  Return to index                

DEMAREST, David (1620-1695) NY

            Chatfield, W.H.The Twin Cities of the Border. New Orleans,
                    E.F. Brandao, 1893. 

            Demarest Family, The. Hackensack, NJ: Demarest Family

            Hoyt, David W.  The Hoyt Family: a Genealogical History of
                    John Hoyt of Salisbury and David Hoyt of Deerfield. 

            Hoyt, David W.  A Genealogical History of Hoyt, Haight, & Hight
Bowie, MD: Heritage Classics.

            Jacobus, Donald L.  History and Genealogy of the Families of Old
                    Fairfield, 1950.

            Stokes, Albert L.  The Van Hoorhees Family. Pub. by The Van
                    Hoorees Assoc., 1932.  Return to index

DENISON,  George  (1618-1694)  CT

            Crawford, William Lusk. Ancestors & Friends: a History & Genealogy. Dallas:
                     Farmer Genealogy Co., 1978.

            Denison, E. Glenn; Donald L. Jacobus; Josephine M. Peck.  Denison
                    Genealogy: ancestors and descendants of Captain George Denison.
Stonington, CT:  For the Denison Society, 1963.

Harlan, Alpheus H. History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family and Particularly of the Descendants of George and Michael Harlan Who Settled in Chester County, Pa., 1687.  Baltimore, MD: Lord Baltimore Press, 1914; Gateway Press, 1998.

Mabry, Mannie Lee. Union County Heritage, 1961. Winston-Salem, NC: Published by the Union County Heritage Committee in cooperation with Hunter Pub. Co., 1981.

Owens, Loulie Latimer. Taproot of the South Carolina Baptist Back Country: Fairforest Baptist Church. Greenville, SC: A Press, 1908.

Peck, Josephine Middleton and Elverton Glen Denison. 1977 Supplement to Denison Genealogy of 1963. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1978.

            Savage, James.  A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New
                    England showing three generations of those who came before
                    May, 1692, on the basis of the Farmer's Register
.  Baltimore:
                    Genealogical Publishing Co., 1986.  4v. [Boston:  Little Brown and
                    Company, 1860-62.]       

Spears, Vera Smith. The Fairforest Story: History of the Fairforest (Lower) Baptist Church and Community. Charlotte, NC: Crabtree, 1974.

Trumbull, J. Hammond. The Public Records of Connecticut, Vol. 3: 1678-1689. Hartford: Brown & Parsons, Press of Case, Tiffany & Co., 1859.
P. 3.

            Wheeler, Richard A.  History of the town of Stonington, County of New
                    London, Connecticut, from its' first settlement in 1649 to 1900.
New London, CT: Press of the Day Publishing Co., 1900.  Return to index

DENSON, William  (c100-1675)  VA

Brayton, John Anderson. Isle of Wight County, Virginia, Will & Deed Book 2 (1666-1719). Memphis, TN: J. A. Brayton, 2004. P. 142, 496.

Chapman, Blanche Adams. Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, 1647-1800. Smithfield, VA: [s.n.], 1938; Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1975, 1995. Other reprints. P. 14, 20, 47.

Hendrick, Rebecca Herring. "The Densons".  Lineage and Tradition of the Herring, Conyers, Hendrick, Boddie, Perry, Crudup, Denson and Hilliard Families. [N.p., 1916]. P. 130-140. (;;

Hillsman, Thomas Wingo and Naomi B. Hillsman. The Hil(l)sman Family. Nashville: McQuiddy Print Co., 1977. P. 122.

Hinshaw, William Wade. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. Ann Arbor MI: Edwards Bros., 1950. P. 7, 28, 40.

Joyner, Peggy S. Jordan Denson (-1806), Some of His Ancestors and Descendants and "Beechwood", Denson-Pretlow-Darden Ancestral Home, Southampton County, Virginia. Portsmouth, VA: Joyner, 1978. P. 1, 5, 6, 10-13.

Leonard, Cynthia Miller. The General Assembly of Virginia, July 30, 1619-January 11, 1978: a Bicentennial Register of Members. Richmond: Published for the General Assembly of Virginia by the Virginia State Library, c1978. P. 36, 38.

Nugent, Nell Marion. Cavaliers and Pioneers; Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1800. Richmond : Press of the Dietz Print Co., 1934-1999. Vol. 1, p. 356.

Stanard, William Glover , and Mary Newton Stanard. The Colonial Virginia Register. Albany, NY : Munsell, 1902; Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1965. P. 75. (  (1902 ed.)

White, Miles. Early Quaker Records in Virginia. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1997, 1902.  Other reprints. P. 38, 49. Return to index

DENT,  John   (1640-1712)  MD

            Archives of Maryland. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1883-.
                   Vol. 13, p. 241.

            Newman, Harry W.  The Maryland Dents.  Richmond, VA: The Dietz
                    Press, Inc., 1963.

            Pleasants, J. Hall.  "The Second Hospital in the Colonies: The Coole
                    Springs of St. Maries, Maryland 1698."  The Chronicles of St.
Vol. 2, #9.  Published by St. Mary's Historical Society,
                    September, 1954. 

            Storck, Eleanor.  "John Dent".  Adventurers, Cavaliers, Patriots:
                    Ancestors Remembered
.  Published by the NSCDA in the State
                    of Maryland, 1994.  Return to index

DEROSSET,  Dr. Armand John  (1695-1760)  NC

            deRosset Family Papers I (1588-1863) (214-A) and
            deRosset Family Papers II (1729-1935) (214-B)
                    (Original unpublished works available to the public in Southern
                     Historical Collection of the University of North Carolina, Chapel
                     Hill, NC.)

            James Sprunt Studies in History and Political Science.  Vol. 24, No 2.
                    Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1941.

            Meares, Catherine Douglass deRossetAnnuals of the deRossets.
                   Columbia, SC:  R. AL. Bryan Company, 1906.

            Strong, Ludlow Potter.  List of Direct Descendants of the deRosset Family.
                   Wilmington, NC:  compiled 1947-1948 and privately printed by the
                   author,  assisted by various descendants, to supplement the Annals of the
                   deRossetsReturn to index.

DEW, Thomas II  (c1600-1691)  VA

Hotten, John C. The Original List of Persons of Quality 1600-1700. London, New York: Empire State Book Co., Chatto and Windus, 1874; Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1974. P. 109. (;; http://ebooks.library.ualberta.ca

Leonard, Cynthia Miller. The General Assembly of Virginia, July 30, 1619-January 11, 1978: a Bicentennial Register of Members. Richmond: Published for the General Assembly of Virginia by the Virginia State Library, c1978. P. 29-30.  Return to index.

DEWEY,  Thomas  (1640-1690)  MA

            Anderson, Robert Charles.  The Great Migration Begins: immigrants
                    to New England: 1620-1633. 
Boston, MA: New England
                    Historic Genealogical Society, 1995, 1998. Vol 1:539.

            Boltwood, Lucius M.  History and Genealogy of the Family of Thomas
                    Noble of Westfield, Massachusetts
.  Hartford, CT: originally
                    published, 1878.  p. 198-9,224,339,269.

            Dewey, Adelbert.  Life of George Dewey, Rear Admiral, U.S.N., and Dewey
                    Family History.  Westfield, MA:  Dewey Publishing Co., 1898.
                            [The book is in two sections: the first part (and title) tells
                            about Admiral George Dewey who is known for saying,
                            "You may fire when ready, Griddley."; the second part is a
                            genealogical study of the whole family from Thomas'
                            arriving on these shores in about 1630 up until its publication
                            in the late 1800s.]

            White, Lorraine Cook, ed.  The Barbour collection of Connecticut town
                    vital records.
  Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994.
                    Return to index.

DE WITT, Captain Jacob Rutsen  (1729-1792)  NY

            Anjou, GustaveUlster County, New York. Probate Records in the
                    Office of the Surrogate and in the County Clerk's Office at 
                    Kingston, New York.
  Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1996.
                    Return to index.


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