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    Source ID S225 

    B I B L I O G R A P H Y

    American Medical Association: American Medical Directory (1916 and 1925)

    Bankhead, Margaret Swann: A Reconstruction Incident (n.d.: typescript available at York County Public Library, Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Beeman, Richard: Patrick Henry: A Biography (1974: New York)

    Blankenship, Gayle K.: Virginia Families of Louisa, Hanover and Monroe County (1991)

    Boatner, Mark M.: Civil War Dictionary (1988: New York)

    Boatner, Mark M.: Landmarks of the American Revolution (1973, rev.ed. 1992: Stackpole Books, USA)

    Bocstruck, Lloyd Dewitt: Virginia's Colonial Soldiers (1988: Baltimore)

    Burke, H. Franklin: Pedigree of the Family of Darwin (1888: London. US Library of Congress< reference 4553; reprinted 1984 as Darwin Pedigrees, edited by R.B.Freeman of University College, London)

    Butler, J. Robert: Geology and Mineral Resources of York County, South Carolina (1966: Bulletin No. 33, South Carolina State Development Board, Columbia, SC)

    Butley, Elizabeth: Virginia Marriage Records (1982: Baltimore)

    Caldwell, James Fitz James: The History of a Brigade of South Carolinians, Known First as 'Gregg's' and Subsequently as 'McGowan's' Brigade (Reprinted 1984: Morningside Press, 260 Oak Street, Dayton, Ohio)

    Carse, Robert: Department of the South: Hilton Head Island in the Civil War (1961: Columbia, South Carolina)

    Chappeliar, Nancy and Hatch, Kate B.: Abstracts of Louisa County, Virginia, Will Books 1743-1801 (n.d.: Washington)

    Chisholm, Claudia Anderson and Lillie, Ellen Gray: Old Home Places of Louisa County, Virginia (1979: Louisa County Historical Society)

    Clemons: American Marriage Records Before 1699 (1979: Baltimore)

    Cottle, Basil: Dictionary of Surnames (1978: Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, UK)

    Countryman, Edward: The American Revolution (1985: Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, UK)

    Crute, Joseph H.: Units of the Confederate States Army (1987: Midlothian, Virginia)

    Darwin, Christopher B.: The Descendants of William Darwin of Louisa County, Virginia (typescript, Rev. G, November 2009)

    Davis, Rosalie Edith: Louisa County, Virginia, Tithables and Census 1743-1785 (n.d.: Manchester, Missouri)

    Draper, Lyman C.: Kings Mountain and Its Heroes (1929: USA: Draper's working papers available on microfilm; he examined John Darwin's pension application)

    Fairey, Wade B.: Listing of Doctors Having Been Born or Practised in York County, South Carolina (n.d.: York County Historical Commission

    Foote, Shelby: The Civil War: A Narrative (3 Volumes) (Reprinted 1986: New York)

    Ford, Lacy K.: Origins of Southern Radicalism: The South Carolina Upcountry 1800-1860 (1988: New York)

    Freeman, Douglas Southall: Washington (1948: New York)

    Gaffney Family Papers: Duke University (Perkins Library), Durham, North Carolina.

    Gray, Lewis C.: History of Agriculture in the Southern United States to 1860 (1933: Washington)

    Guppy, H.B.: Homes of Family Names in Great Britain (1890: London)

    Harris, Malcolm H.: History of Louisa County, Virginia (1936: Richmond)

    Hart, Joseph E. Jr.: Marriage and Death Notices from the Yorkville Enquirer (1855-1889), Yorkville Miscellany (1851-1854), Remedy (1853), Yorkville Compiler (1840-1841), Encyclopaedia (1825-1826) and Yorkville Pioneer (1823-1824). (1981: typescript, available at York County Library, Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Hart, Joseph E. Jr.: Marriage and Death Notices from the Rock Hill Herald 1880-1918. (1981: typescript, available at York County Library, Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Hennessy, John J.: Return to Bull Run: The Campaign and Battle of Second Manassas (1993: New York)

    Hennessy, John J.: Second Manassas Battlefield Map Study (1985: Lynchburg, Virginia)

    Hilborn, Nat and Hilborn, Sam: Battleground of Freedom (1970: Sandlapper Press, USA)

    Holcomb, Brent H.: North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina (1980: Greenville, South Carolina)

    Holcomb, Brent H.: York, South Carolina, Newspapers: Marriage and Death Notices 1823-1865 (1989: Spartanburg SC)

    International Genealogical Index (The IGI) (1992: Salt Lake City)

    Johnson, Thomas H.: The Oxford Companion to American History (1966: New York)

    Kiblinger, W.H. and Abercrombie, J.L.: Marriages of Louisa County, Virginia, 1815-1861 (1981: Orange, Virginia)

    Lancaster, Bruce: The American Revolution (1987: Houghton Mifflin - American Heritage, USA)

    Lane, Bessie Mell(ed.): Dear Bet: The Carter Letters 1861-1863 (n.d.: Clemson, South Carolina)

    Langley Family Papers: Duke University (Perkins Library), Durham, North Carolina.

    Leiber, Oscar: Report on the Survey of South Carolina (1858: Columbia, South Carolina)

    Louisa County Historical Association Magazine (Published by the L.C.H.A., and available at the Louisa County Public Library, Louisa, Virginia)

    Lucas, Rev. Silas Emmett: Some South Carolina County Records (2 Volumes) (1989: P.O.Box 738, Easley, South Carolina 29641-0738)

    Lumpkin, Henry: From Savannah to Yorktown: The American Revolution in the South (1981: New York)

    Martin, David G.: The Philadelphia Campaign: June 1777 - July 1778 (1993: Conshohocken, PA)

    McCrady, Edward: Gregg's Brigade of South Carolinians in the Second Battle of Manassas (1885: Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol XII. Copy available at Historical Center of York County. Article was orignially delivered as "An Address before the Survivors of the 12th Regt. South Carolina Volunteers, at Walhalla, S.C. 21 August 1884.")

    McDowell, John Daniel: Recollections of the Civil War (n.d.: typescript available at Winthrop College Archives, Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Mendenhall, Sam: History of York County (n.d.: typescript, available at York County Public Library, Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Middlekauf, Robert: The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution 1763-1789 (1982: Oxford University Press, USA)

    Miller, William Joseph: My Experience as a Soldier in the Confederate Army: Written at the Request of Barnette, My Only Living Daughter (1916: typescript, available at Winthrop College Archives, Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Moore, John Hammond: South Carolina in the 1880s: A Gazetteer (1989: Orangeburg, South Carolina)

    Moore, Maurice: Reminiscences of York (Reprint 1981: Greenville, South Carolina)

    Morton, Richard I.: Colonial Virginia (1960: Chapel Hill)

    Moss, Bobby Gilmer: The Old Iron District: A Study in the Development of Cherokee County (1972: Jacobs Press, Clinton, South Carolina)

    Neagles, James C.: Confederate Research Sources (1986)

    Owens, Jo Roberts and Thomas, Ruth Dickson(eds): Confederate Veterans Enrolment Book of York County, SC - 1902 (1983: York, South Carolina)

    Owens, Jo Roberts and Thomas, Ruth Dickson eds): 1850 Federal Census - York District, South Carolina (1987: York, South Carolina)

    Purcell, L. Edward and Burg, David F.(eds): World Almanac of the American Revolution (1992: World Almanac Pharos, USA)

    Reamy, P.H.: Dictionary of British Surnames (1958: London)

    Revill, Jamie(ed.): Copy of the Original Index Book Showing the Revolutionary Claims Filed in South Carolina between August 20, 1783, and August 31, 1786, Kept by James McCall, Auditor General (1969: Baltimore)

    Ripley, Warren: Battleground: South Carolina in the Revolution (1983: Charleston, South Carolina)

    Robertson, James I.: General A.P.Hill: The Story of a Confederate Warrior (1987: New York)

    Salley, A.S.: Stub Entries to Indents Issued in Payment of Claims Against South Carolina Growing out of the Revolution (1939: Columbia, South Carolina)

    Sesquicentenial History of the A.R.P. Church (1951: Clinton, South Carolina)

    Scheel, Eugene M.: The Civil War in Faquier County, Virginia (1985: Warrenton, Virginia)

    Shankman, A. York County: Its People and Heritage (1983: Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Shannon, William G.: The Smarr Family (n.d.: typescript, available at the South Carolina Historical Society, Charleston, South Carolina)

    Sherer, Palmer Grier: A Partial History of Some Early Schools and Educational Movements of York County, South Carolina (n.d.: Masters thesis, U.S.C. Columbia)

    Templeton Family Papers: South Caroliniana Library, U.S.C., Columbia, South Carolina.)

    United States Congress: Report of the Joint select committee appointed to inquire into the condition of affairs in the late insurrectionary states, so far as regards the execution of the laws, and safety of the lives and property of the citizens of the United States and testimony taken. (1872: Washington, Government Printing Office. 13 Volumes).

    United States Circuit Court (4th Circuit): Proceedings in the Ku Klux trials at Columbia, S.C., in the United States Circuit Court, November term, 1871. (1872: Columbia SC, State Printers).

    Ward, G.C.: The Civil War (1991: New York)

    Webster, W.F.(ed): Protestation Returns 1641/42: Lincolnshire (n.d.: Society of Genealogists, London)

    West, Rev. Jerry L.: A Historical Sketch of People, Places and Homes of Bullocks Creek, South Carolina (1986: Richburg, South Carolina)

    West, Rev. Jerry L.: The Life and Controversy of Reverend William Cummins Davis (n.d.: typescript, available at York County Public Library, Rock Hill, South Carolina)

    Wheeler, Richard: Voices of 1776 (1972; rev. ed. 1991: Meridan Books, USA)

    Williams, Kathleen Booth: Index of Marriages in Louisa County, Virginia, 1766-1815 (1977: Harrisonburg)

    WPA: York County Wills Transcription: CWA Project 3302 - Vol 1: 1770-1815. Vol 2: 1816-1839. Vol 3: 1840-1853 (Typescript available at York County Library, Rock Hill, South Carolina)