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Citations

  1. William Cothren, History of Ancient Woodbury, CT (1854)
    Available on-Line at Google Books and at U. of Michigan.
  2. John Augustus Miner, Thomas Minor, Descendants, 1608 - 1981, 2nd ed. (2001)
  3. Rev. Samuel Orcutt, History of the Town of Wolcott (1874)
  4. Col. Charles Dyer Parkhurst, Early Families of New London and Vicinity (manuscript c.1935)
    Photostat of the 36 volumes is available at CT State Library.
  5. Richard Wheeler, History of the Town of Stonington (1900) p118
    Available on-line at Google Books
  6. Walter Frederic Brooks, History of the Fanning Family (1900)
  7. Diary of Joshua Hempstead, New London, Connecticut, 1711-1758 / Prepared for publication by The New London County Historical Society (1901, 1985)
    Available on-line at Google Books
  8. Cyrus Henry Brown, The Brown Genealogy, Vol. 1 (1907)
  9. Charles Edward Banks, The Planters of the Commonwealth; A Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: to which are added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships which brought them; their English Homes, and the Places of their Settlement in Massachusetts 1620-1640 (Originally published: Boston, 1930)
  10. Sidney Miner, Miner genealogy manuscript compiled by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Miner about 1880; later typed by William Starr and deposited at CT State Library
  11. The Diary of Thomas Minor, Stonington, Connecticut, 1653-1684 / Prepared for publication by Sidney H. Miner and George D. Stanton, jr. (1899)
    Reprinted in The Minor Diaries by Thomas Minor Society (1976)
    Available on-line at Google Books.
  12. Lillian Lounsberry Miner-Selleck, One Branch of the Miner Family With Extensive Notes on the Wood Lounsberry Rogers and Fifty Other Allied Families of Connecticut and Long Island (New Haven, 1928)
  13. Grace Denison Wheeler, Old Homes in Stonington (1903, 1930)
  14. Stonington Historical Society, Stonington Graveyards (1980)
  15. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records
    reprinted as softbound books by The Genealogical Publishing Co. - Lorraine Cook White, general ed.
    • Barkhamsted, 1779-1854; Berlin, 1785-1850; Bethany, 1832-1853; Bethlehem, 1787-1851; Bloomfield, 1835-1853; Bozrah, 1786-1850
      Vol. 2, Lorraine Cook White, general ed.
      Bethlehem was part of Woodbury until 1787
    • East Haddam, 1743-1857 (also contains Durham, 1798-1852; Eastford, 1847-1851)
      Vol. 9, Lorraine Cook White
    • Griswold 1815-1848, Groton 1704-1853
      Vol. 15, Jerri Lynn Burket, comp.
    • Lyme, 1667-1852
      Vol. 24, Lillian Bentley Karlstrand, comp.
    • New London (1646-1854),
      Vol. 29, Nancy E. Schott, comp.
    • New Milford (1712-1860), Norfolk (1758-1850), and North Stonington (1807-1852)
      Vol. 30, Lorraine Cook White, comp.
    • Preston, Parts I & II (1687-1850)
      Vol. 35, Marsha Wilson Carbaugh, comp.
    • Rocky Hill (1765-1854), Roxbury (1796-1835), Salem (1836-1852), and Salisbury (1741-1846)
      Vol. 37, Lillian Bentley Karlstrand, comp.
      Roxbury was part of Woodbury until 1796
    • Stratford (1639-1840), Sterling (1794-1850)
      Vol. 41, Lorraine Cook White, comp.
    • Stonington (1658-1854),
      Vol. 43, Nancy E.Schott, comp.
    • Stafford 1719-1850, Tolland 1715-1850,
      Vol. 44, Jan Tilton, comp.
    • Voluntown 1708-1850,
      Vol. 47, Marsha W. Carbaugh, comp.
    • Wilton 1802-1850, Winchester 1771-1858, Wolcott 1796-1854, Woodbridge 1784-1832, Woodbury 1674-1850, Woodstock 1848-1866
      Vol. 53, Debra F. Wilmes, comp.
    • Windsor 1637-1850
      Vol. 55, Lorraine Cook White, comp.

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Updated 15 December 2016. Please send any additions or corrections to Peter Miner: p_miner at alum.wpi.edu

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