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[S18] Mathew Fontaine Maury Correspondence, Virginia military Institute Library.
[S337] M. Juliette Magee and Mary R. Singleton Juanita Drennan., Livingston County Kentucky Vital Statistics - Death Records 1852-1907 (The Livingston Ledger, Smithland, Ky (1977)).
[S354] Old Parish Records - Birth; Church of Scotland, Monimail, Fife, Scotland; 1839-1840.
[S357] Franklin County Heritage Society database.
[S358] Franklin County Cemetery Book 160, Franklin Co., Va.
[S360] Otis Scott File.
[S363] Church of Scotland., Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae (The Ministry of the Church of Scotland).
[S384] Revolutionary War Pension List, Pension Roll of 1835, Virginia. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1992).
[S385] An 1840 Census of the Revolutionary War,State of Virginia-Eastern District (Baltimore: Genalogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1992).
[S423] LaRee Pate Millard, Pate History Closely Connected by Intermarriage with Stubbs, Family Research Library.
[S425] The Grubbs Family, (William Grubbs [e-mail address]) July 17, 2002.
[S442] Owen Womach-Ruby Bursch Family Group Sheet, 10/22/2003 Marge Womach, Mohler, WA.
[S457] 1910 U.S. Census, Spokane, Spokane Co., Wash., Roll T624_1670; ED 154, p. 176B.
[S466] 1930 U.S. Census, Spokane, Spokane Co., Wash., Roll T626_2515, p. 17A; ED 18, Image 0538.
[S469] 1930 U.S. Census, Ritzville, Adams Co., Wash., Roll T626_2484, p. 5A; ED 17, Image 0121.
[S470] 1930 U.S. Census, Hokah Village, Houston Co., Minn., Roll T626_1101, p. 2A; ED 7, Image 0664.
[S474] 1930 U.S. Census, Great Falls, Cascade CO., Mont., Roll T626_1253, p. 11B; ED 11, Image 0619.
[S476] Vannette Nagamori to Carter L. Wilson III. Dec. 2003 PO Box 146 Loma, MT 59460. (Boise ID: Family Research Library, 2004).
[S480] Bean Family Work Sheet, 22 Apr 2004; Beau Robertson, 309 Ralston Rd., Richmond VA 23229.
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