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Newsletter Subtitle INDIANA INDEXES, PIONEERS, WAYNE CO. MARRIAGES
Month Day Year: DECEMBER 14, 2010 
 
 

CRAZY CRATE 80:  First, I was able to find the time to do new descriptions and indexes for the three Indiana Territorial Pioneer books, so they take the lead today.  Check out these surnames!!  I found new dates for two of my ancestors prior to what I already had in my records!  My Flakes, Adam and Michael, were here in Dearborn County, Indiana, and voted for Jssee B. Thomas to be a member of the General Assembly in 1807! I COME FROM A LONG LNE OF VOTERS!

 

Here, also are some more of the wills of Indiana in a  continuation of the Index to Indiana Wills from the beginning of the counties' record keeping through 1850.  Then I prepared an index to WayneM County, Indiana Marriages for the website, but I will run them by you first, so you will get the best chance to find your ancestors.  Not as many books will get done this way, but you will get more details and a better chance to see if some of your people appear in these books.  Almost every time I do an abstract of any of these books, I find some of my ancestors or their relatives listed there. It is never too late to add more details to the story of our families!

 

IN - YOGS CRAZY CRATE YOGS 80 BOOK 1: HHIN-PIO1: INDIANA TERRITORIAL PIONEER RECORDS; VOLUME I,  1801-1815.  By Charles M. Franklin, 103 pp., 8.5" x 11 ", Softbound, Indexed.  Because of the limited amount of published records available to researchers, Indiana residents who resided in the IndianaTerritory, before statehood in 1816, were very hard to find. Charles Franklin has prepared this book to help fill the record void from ca 1732 when early traders were residing in Vincennes, to 1820, in Indiana when our first federal census was taken. 64 lists of Indiana Territorial residents who were, as the author says, "either fighting, petitioning for something, voting, or complaining!" are listed here.  Voting lists, rosters, and petitions, with their signers are included.  These original records are available for studying the actual signatures that exist on these documents.


The Table of Contents shows us the variety of paperwork, primary evidence of our ancestors being in a certain state,

a certain county on a certain day in history and he signed the paper if he could!  Some archivist, somewhere, needs to be thanked for saving that piece of paper, just so we could find it and realize again that our ancestors are not just birth, marriage and death dates, but were real people living real lives in another time and another place. REAL PEOPLE and we delight in every little thing we can find out about them, DON'T WE?


This material is from Clark County with Election Returns from 1809, 1811 and 1816.  These records show who they voted for and the voters signed their own names!

Dearborn County with Election Returns from 1809 and 1812;

Gibson County with an Election Return from 1813;

Harrison County with Election Returns from 1809 and 1812 and a Militia Infantry Muster Roll from 1811;

Jefferson County with an Election Return from 1811 and a Signer's Petition for Williamson Dunn to fill a vacancy in a Judge's Office;

Knox County with Oaths of Loyalty at Post Vincennes in 1778 and Lists of French and American Inhabitants at Post Vincennes in 1783; A Property Evaluation List from 1803, Plus two sets of Election Returns from 1809 and one from 1812;

RandolphCounty (of IndianaTerritory) lists Signers of a Petition for Justices of the Peace in 1807 and Election Returns for 1808; 

WarrickCounty lists a Petition for Justices of the Peace in  1813 and a Petition for a Magistrate also in 1813;

There is also a list of Miami Indians, most with their English name equivalents from 1814. 

 

The Surname Index lists page numbers of relevant militia, signers or voters.  Surnames which appear on three or more than three pages are listed here:  Abbott 4,  Adam/s 3, Alex(a/e)nder 3, All(a/e)n 10, Als(o/u)p 4, Anderson 14, Anth(e/i)s 2, Applegate 6, Arnold 4, Ashby 3, Ast(e/i)n/s 3, Avel(e/i)ne 3, Bailey 4, Baily 3, Baird 3, Baker 7, Baldwin 4, Barger 3, Barker 7, Barns 4, Baroy/e 5, Barr(a/i)ckman 4, Bar(r)on 4, B(a/e)rtholomew 3, Beard/s 3, Beck 2, Beckes 5, Beggs 3, Bell 3, Berry 9, Bigg(a/e)r 3, Biord 4, Black 6, Bland 3, Bleu/Blew/Blue 3, Bogard 3, Boils 3,  Boon/e 3, Bordeleau(x) 4, Bosseron 3, Bottorf 4, Bowl(e)s 3, Bowman 3, Boye/e 3, Brenton 4, Brewer 3, Brown 10, Bruce 6, Bulla 3, Burge 3, Butler 3, Caldwell 5, Campbell 3, Cardinal 4, Carr 6,Carson 5,Cat 4, Catt 3, Chambers 5 Chap(p)(el/le/ell) 5, Charles 3, Clark/e 8, Cleghorn 3, Clemen/t 3, Cloud 3, Coc(h/k)ran 3, Coder 4, Cole 3, Collins 5, Combs 5, Conner 3, Cooper 3, Copple 5, Cotton 3, Cox 8, Cun(n)ingham 3, Curry 6, Dail(e)y 3, Davis 12, Dawson 5, Decker 8, Denoyen 4, D(a/o)ugherty 5, Douth(e/i)tt 3, Drake 3, Dubois 4, Dumais 4, Dunn 6, Eak(e/i)n 3, Edeli(g)ne 3, Edwards 5, Elliott 9, Em(m)ison 3, Endsley 3, Engle 3, Evans 3, Ewing 4, F(a/e)rris 4, Ferguson 5, Field/s 5, Findley 3, Fisher 6, Fislar 3, Flemming 3, Fouts 5, Frederick 5, French 3, Galbraith 3, Gamelin 4, Garner 4, Gibson 6, Gil 3, Glass 5, Goodwin 8, Gorden 3, Graham 3, Gray 3, Griffin 5, Hamilton 3, Harrison 6, Harrod 4, Hart 3, Harvey 3, Hawkins 3, Hay 3, Hay(e)s 5, Henderson 6, Hill 5, Hobs(e/o)n 3, Hodg(e/i)ns 3, Hogg/e 3, Holder 3, Holeman 4, Hollin(g)sworth 5, Hoover 3, Hornb(q/e)ck 3, Huckleberry 6, Huff 3,  Hugh(e)s 7, Hunt 4, Ireland 3, Jackson 8, Jacobs 3, Jen(n)ings 3, Johnson 19, Johnston 14, Jones 16, Jordan 5, Kelley 3, Kelly 4, Kindle 3, Kuyken(d)all 6, Lafleur 3, Languedoc 4, Ledgerwood 4, Lee 3, Levrond 3, Lewis 4, Light 3, Lill(ie/y) 6, Lindsey 5, Little 9, Lyon 5, M(c) Calley 3, M()Campbell 3, McClure 9, McConnel/l 4, McCorm(a/i)ck 4, M()Coy 6, McDaniel 3, McDon(a/o)ld 6, McGary 4, McKee 3, Martin 7, Mat(t)hews 3, Max(e/o)n 3, Mays 4, Meek/s 5, Melt(e/o)n 3, Merry 3, Milburn 3, Miller 9, Mills 5, Miner/s 3, Mitchel/l5, Mon(t)gomery 5, Mooney 4, Mo(o)re 7, Mor(r)ison 5, Mur(f/ph)y 3, Music/k 3, Na(i/y)lor 4, Neal 3, Newgent 4, Newland 6, Nigh 3, Norris 6, Occletree/Ochiltrey, Ochletrie 4, Overman 4, Ow(e/i)ns 3, Page 5, Palmer 3, Park/s 4, Parr 6, Patterson 3, Payn/e 3, Pea 6, Peron 4, Perry 4, Phillips 3, Pike 3, Pittman 3, Pool 4, Pound/s 3, Prather, Pur(c/s)el/l 12, Redman 3, Reed 10, Rice 5, Roberts 5, Robertson 8, Robins 3, Rodarmel/l 3, Roddy 3, Rogers 4, Rose 5, Ross 6, Rowland 3, Russel/l 3, R(i/y)ker 3, St. Albin 3, Ste. Marie 4, Sands 3, Scott 7, Self 3, Shan(n)on 3, Sharp 3, Shelby 5, Simpson , Small 6, Snap/p 4, Snider 4, Snyder 4, Sparks 3, Spencer 5, Stevens 3, Stewart 6, Stillwell 3, Stone 3, Sullivan 4, Taylor 7, Thomas 5, Thorn/e 8, Tougas 4, Tucker 4, Underwood 4, Vawter 3, Vil(l)(e/i)neuve 3, Walker 9, Wallace/Wallis 4, Walters, Watson 3, Wells 5, Welton 6, West 4, Westfall 6, White 7, Wilkinson 4, Williams 15, Wilson 14, Wood 10, Work 4, Wright 10, Wyant 3 and Young 5.  Each page may have multiple entries for any one surname, but the page number is only listed once for each surname.  December Special for newsletter subscribers. PRICE: will be $15 on the Website.  December Special for newsletter subscribers will be $11. 

 

IN - YOGS CRAZY CRATE YOGS 80 BOOK 2: HHIN-PIO2:  INDIANA TERRITORIAL PIONEER RECORDS; Volume II. 1801-1820. By Charles Franklin, 69 pp., 8.5" x 11 ", Softbound, Punched, holes, plastic straight spine binding, Indexed.  The Second Volume in this series absracts 21 research papers which were taken from original records found in archives.  The arrangement is the same as in Volume I.  More lists of territorial records from early Indiana. 

First is the 1815 Indiana Territorial Census, made by the listers of all taxable property showing population totals only, no names listed here-just the number of inhabitants.  It might surprise you to know that Clark County with 1,357; Franklin County with 1,430, Gibson County with 1,100, Harrison County with 1,056; Knox County with 1,391; Washington County with 1,420 and Wayne County with 1,225 are the only counties which exceed one thousand in male population upwards of 21 years.  The total population figures for each of the thirteen counties is also listed in the book with Warrick County being the smallest wth only 1,415 total population and Knox County having the largest number of 8,068.  Thirteen counties listed those population figures.  Seven are listed above, the others are Dearborn, Jefferson, Perry, Posey, Warrick and SwitzerlandmCounties.

Individual county records abstracted in this book include Clark County Election Returns 1802, and a Petition for Compensation for an expedition on the Wabash to Vincennes and thereafter to Tippicanoe in 1813; 

Franklin County Petition for Capt. Elliott Herndon concerning fine of $50 and imprisonment 1814;

Harrison County Petition against Negro emancipation 1814 and Election Returns 1817;

Jefferson County has Muster Roll of Capt. Williamson Dunn's Mounted Rangers 1813 and William Vawter's tax list for 1815, collected in 1816;

Knox County there are nine papers: Capt. Francois Busseron's Co. Militia Payroll 1778; 

Petition for French Inhabitants Land Claims 1806;

Post Vincennes Soldier's Recapitulation, 1810;

Petition for Sheriff 1810;

Muster Roll of Capt. Pierre Andre's Militia, 1810;

List of Capt. Biger's Co. 1815;

List of Capt. Biger's Co. [in French], 1815;

Payroll of Capt. Biger's Co. 1816; 

 Election Returns, 1820;

Miscellaneous Reports:  Early Traders of Aumi or Fort Wayne;

Early Indian Traders on the Wabash and Eel Rivers;

Names of Miami Indians in Treaties, 1820;

List of Killed and Wounded at Spur's Defeat, 1812.


The index is a surname index with the page numbers on which that surname is found following.  Surnames with three or more page numbers listed are:  Adams 4, All(a/e)n 3, Anderson 3, Andre 5, Applegate 3, Baker 3, Bald(u/w)in 3, Barker 3, Barnes 3, Bell 4, Big(g)er 5, Blankenship 3, Bon(n)(e)au 3, Boon 3, Boye(r) 3, Brown 5, Campbell 3, Carr 3, Clark/e 6, Cline 3, Combs 3, Conner 4, Cra(f/w)ford 4, Curr(ie/ey/y) 3, Daugherty 3, Davis 9, Decker 3, Di(x)son 3, Edwards 3, Elliot/t 3, Ev(a/e)ns 3, Field 3, Forrest(er)/Forster 3, Garner/e 3, Gray 4, Guthr(ee/ie) 3, Harm(i/o)n 3, Harrison 5, Hay/s 3, Henderson 3, Hendricks 3, Hillis 3, Hurst 3, Johnson 6, Johnston 4, Jones 7, Las(s)elle 8, Law/s 5, Lee 5, Lewis 4, Logan 3, Long 4, McDonal/ McDonald/ McMcDonnel 3, McKay 3, Mal(l)et/te 3, Marshall 3, Mart(a)in 3, Melton 3, Miles 3, Mitchel/l 4, Mock 3, Monroe 3, Montgomery 4, Moore 4, Morgan 3, My(er/re)s 3, Owen/s 4, Pat(t)rick/que 3, Pennngton 3, Peters 3, Rho(a)d(e)s 3, Richardville 3, Ristine 3, Ross 3, Ryker 3, Shields 4, Smth 6, Storm 3, Strick(land/len) 3, Watson 5, Williams 4, Wilson 5 Wise 4, Wright 5 and Young 3.  With over 1,900 men in this index you stand a pretty good chance of finding yours if they were into Indiana early.  Price on the website will be $12 

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IN - YOGS CRAZY CRATE YOGS 80 BOOKIII: HHIN-PIO3: INDIANA TERRITORIAL PIONEER RECORDS; Volume III. 1802-1817.  By Charles M. Franklin, 102 pages, 8.5" x 11", Softbound, Indexed.  This Third Volume in this series contains never before published lists from the William H. English [1822-1896] collection of the Joseph Regenstein Library of the University of Chicago located in Chicago, IL.  The Introduction to this book is full of early Indiana History and the documents that help us understand it.  These documents are found in the University of Chicago collection with 968 separate documents, and in the Indiana Historical Society Library located in the Indiana State Library building in Indianapolis, Indiana.  This library contains 3,875 documents from this collection. 

This book contains Militia and election lists from Clark, Dearborn, Harrison, Jefferson, Knox, Orange, Randolph Counties and early St. Clair County, Illinois. 

For Clark County there are Election Returns on the subject of entering into the second grade of Government, voters for and against 1804;

Muster Roll of Capt. James Bigger's Co. of Rangers 1813; Election Returns for Clerk, Recorder, County Commissioners and two Associate Judges in 1817. 

For Dearborn County there are Election Returns on the subject of entering into the second grade of Government in 1804; and Election Returns for General Assembly, all in 1807, separate lists for First Election District, then Second Election District; Third election District and Lawrenceburg.

For Harrison County, There is an 1810 Schedule with 33 separate column titles listing what needed to be noted throughout the county listing names, # of looms, # of yards of cotton cloth, value per yard, number of yards of linsey and value; # of yards of cotton, value per yard; number of tanneries, distilleries, breweries, sugar refineries, paper mills, oil mills, fruit mills, chocolate mills, gun powder mills, flax works, filling mills, carding machines by water, hemp flax spinning mills, cotton wood spinning mills, rope works, iron works, furnaces, air furnaces, forges, [bloomeries-a forge which produced wrought iron (The name came from the finished product which was a rectangular slab of wrought iron called a bloom], rolling glitting mills, 

[Could not find this in any of my dictionaries!  Do you know?  Pease e-mil me at pat@yogs.com if you know.],

cut nail factories, trip hammers and steel furnaces.  This is going to add a lot to your knowledge of your ancestor if he is listed on these twelve pages of real information about real people. 

Also for Harrison County, there are muster rolls for Capt. Henry Dawalt's Co. of Indiana Militia 1812,

Capt. John Beck's Co. 1812,

Richard M. Heth's Co. 1813,

Zacharius Lindley's Co. 1813,

Capt. Charles Busey's Co. Feb. 1813,

Capt. Charles Busey's Co. Mar 1813,

Capt. Craven Peyton's Co. of Rangers 1813.

Plus a List of Officer Resignations in Indiana Militia for 1816.

For Jefferson County there is an Election Return for Judge in WashingtonTownship. 

59 people voted for Willamson Dunn on April 1, 1811. 

Then in 1814 List of Voters for Capt. To fill William Vawter's vacancy.

For Knox County Election Returns for the General Election; Election Returns in 1804 for or against second grade of government;

Return of the Second Battalion at General Muster;

In 1807 Eection Returns for General Assembly;

Muster Rolls for Indiana Militia

Capt. Samuel Kennedy's Co., Samuel R. Marr's Co., and Capt. Thomas Spencer's Co.

For Orange County in 1817 there are Election Returns for Clerk, Recorder and Associate Judges.

For Randolph County in 1802 a list for the General Convention and in 1804 tere are Election Returns for or against Second Grade of Government.

For St. Clair County, Illinois in 1802 there were Election Returns to the General Convention, i

n 1804 Election Returns for or against Second Grade of Government;

Col. Dumoulin's Officer List of Militia; and in 1608 Election Retuns for General Assembly. 

Under Miscellaneous are listed a General Return of Indiana Militia for 1806.

 

The most helpful part of this book is a set of seven full-page maps showing the County divisions as they would have been in the following years -

A.) 1801 Knox & Clark Counties only;

B.)  in 1803 Knox, Clark and Dearborn plus Wayne with Randolph and St. Clair County, in IL;

C.)  In 1808 Harrison was added next to Clark. 

D.)  By 1810 Jefferson is added cutting Clark to a much smaller area, Franklin appears on the Ohio State boarder, Wayne is moved down to sit atop Franklin and an unorganized area sits above Jefferson. 

E.)  By 1813 the Ohio River is still along the entire south of the territory, but there is only one county, Warrick,along the western half of that land just north of the Ohio River.  Going north from Warrick is Gibson, which  is sitting above Warrick like the top layer of a two-layer cake, Going east from Warrick is Harrison,  going further east is tiny Clark, with Jefferson and Dearborn going on to the Ohio State boarder.Then we turn up the OhioState border to see Franklin and then WayneCounties.

F.)  In 1814 Warrick gives up land to make Posey to the west, Warrick in the middle and Perry to the east all along the Ohio River, Washington fills in a large section of the interior.  Switzerland takes the Ohio River section of Dearborn. 

G.)  In 1815 Orange County takes the western part of Washington and Jackson is formed from the upper part of what used to be Washington.

H.) In 1816 comes statehood and Indiana grows to ninety-two counties by 1860.

 

This book has an every-name index.  The surname is listed here if there are three or more first names given with it.  Albin 3, Allen 3, Anderson 5, Applegate 4, Armstrong 3, Atchison 6, Badgely 4, Bail(e)y 8, Baird 3, Barrois 3, Baz(a/i)done 3, Bea(u)lieu 8, Beck 4, Beckes 3, Berry 6, Big(g)s 8, Bilderbac(h/k) 3, Black 3, Blair 4, Bolon 4, Bond 7, Boone 6, Boston 3, Bowman 4, Boyer 4, Branham 5, Brown 4, Bruce 5, Buchanan 3, Bullitt 3, Butler 3, Cairn(e)s 7, Carr 10, Carrico 3, Carr(i/u)thers 4, Carson 3, Carter 6, Caster(land/line/tine) 5, Catt 3, Catte 6, Chatill(a/o)n 3, Clark 4, Clarke 3, Clover 4, Col(e)gla(s/z)ure 3, Collins 4, Con(n)away 3,  Conn(e/o)er/s  5, Cooley 3, Cox 3, Crawford 3, Cunningham 4, Curr(e)y 3, Daugherty 10, Davis 7, Deck(a/e)r 10, Demette 3, Denbo 3, Dick(e)son 4,  Dougherty 3, Downs 5, Dubois/e 6, Dumoulin 3, El(l)iott/e/ 7, Endsley 5, Evans 4, Ever(e/i)tt 4, Ewing 3, Ferguson 4, Fields 4, Finch 4, Fin(d)l(e)y 5, Fisher 4, Francis 4, Fred(e)rick 5, Gamelin 5, Garrison 3, Gibson 3, Gilham 7, Gilmore 4, Givin(g)s 3, Glover 3, Goodwin/n 5, Gro(s)v(e)nor 3, Hall 3, Hanna 3, Harbison 4, Harm(a/i/o)n 3, Harrison 6, Harrod 3, Ha(u/w)k/s 5, Hawkins 3, Hay 5, Hayes 5, Hays 5, Hed(d)rick 3, Henderson 4, Heth 3, Hickman 3, Hogg(a/o)att 5, Holeman 3, Hollin(g)sworth 8, House 3, Hurst 4, Jarr(e/o)t 4, Jarva(i)s 3, Jervais 4, Johnson 8, Johnston 17, Jones 15, Jo(u)rdan 6, Judy 4, Kell(e)y 12, Kenned(a)y 4, Kirkpatrick 4, Kuykendall 3, Lada(reot/root) 3, Laflamme 3, Langu(e)doc 4, L(a/e)Perche 3, LeCompt/e 3, Lee 4, Lem(m)(e/o)n 3,  Lewis 3, Lindley 5, Lindsay 3, Linds(e)y 6, Lofton 3, Lon(g)v(a/e)l 4, Lookin(g)bill 4,  Louv(i/y)er/e 4 Lun(ce/s)ford 3, Lyle 3, Lyon/s 3, McClure 8, McCon(n)el/l 3, McCoy 4, McCune 3, McDonald 3, McFadden 3, McGowan 3, Mallet 3, Mara(shall/chal,chall) 3, Mar((r)/s 4, Martin 4, Melton 3, Miller 12, Min(e.o)r 4, Monroe 5, Montgomery 3, Moor 4, Moore 13, Mor(e)dock 3, Morrison 5, Murphy 3, Ogle 5, ONeal/Oneille 4, Owen 4, Owens 3, Pancrass 3, Pel(e)tier 3, Pen(n)ington 3, Perr(e)y 5, Pet(t)it 3, Pilette 4, Pincinnoe 3, Pinconneau 5, Purcell 13, Ragan 4, Redman 3, Reed 4, Rittenhouse 3, Riz(a/e)ly 3, Robb/s 3, Rose 3, Royse 5, St. Pierre 3, Salier 3, Sarge(a)nts 4, Saucier 3, Scott 12, Scribner 3, Seals 3, Shields 6, Shook 5, Smith 16, Snyder 6, Spencer 3, Spurg(eo/i)n 4, Ste(ph/v)ens 3, Stewart 3, Storm 4, Stout 8, Strange 3, Stucker 4, Sturgeon 3, Sul(l)ivan 5, Teve(r)baugh 3, Thomas 5, Thompson 9, Thorn 6, Tod/d 6, Touchette 3, Towns(end/on) 3, Trot(t)ier 14, Vall(e)y 4, Viles 4, Vill(e/i)n(eu/a)ve 3, Wadd(ell/le) 3, Walker 3, Wat(t)son 3, Weather/s 3, Wel(l)ton 4, West 6, Westfall 6, White 4, Whitehead 3, Whiteside 23, Wilkins 4, Williams 9, Wil(l)son 10, W(i/y)man 3, Wood/s 9, Wright 11 and Young 8.   Price on the website will be $15.  December Special for newsletter subscribers.  PRICE: $12.  

            

IN - YOGS CRAZY CRATE YOGS 80 BOOK 4: WAYNECOUNTY, INDIANA MARRIAGES.  March 11,1811 to March 23, 1860.  Copied by Beverly Yount.  Published by Ye Olde Genealogie Shoppe, 1974.  Reprinted 2010.  242 pages, Accopress Binding  Mao on front cover shows WayneCounty, Indiana's position in relation to other Indiana Counties.  I also borders the State f Ohio to the East. 

This was a very EarlyCounty and much of the immigration came into Indiana through Ohio.  This volume covers the firt eight books of marriages in WayneCounty.  The first book has neither a letter nor a number and is referred to as the (1st Book).  The remainder are Books A through g inclusive.  The book is organized alphabetically by groom's names with a separate index to bride's names; the first 164 pages list the Book and the Page number of the actual record found in the courthouse, then the groom's full name, the date of the marriage license, and the bride's full name. 

This index abstract listing will be done in two parts.  The first number behind the surname will be the number of males of that surname which are listed in the book if the surname has three or more entries, followed by a dash and the number of females of that surname which have three or more listings OR that have a male name already listed:  Abd(e/o)n 1-5, Adams 13-36, Adamson 14-19, Addington 21-15,  Addleman 15-19, Adkins 5-2, Aker/s 4-2, Albert/s 3-7, Albertson 13-8, Albright 2-3, Alexander 6-14, Allen 21-17, Allred2-5, Anderson 18-31, Andrews 5-5, Antr(i/u)m 4-3, Archer 4-2, Armstrong 3-7, Arnett 5-3, Arnold 5-10, Artis 4-4, Ashby 2-4, Asher 4-10, Atkins 2-3, Atkinson 3-3, Austin 2-7, Bailey 22-22, Bain 3-2, Bakehorn 3-6, Baker 19-16, Baldridge 8-6, Baldwin 23-19, Bales 2-6, Ball 9-7, Ball(e/i)inger 6-14, Baltimore 3-5, Bankhead 0-3, Banks 6-6, Barker 9-5, Barnard 7-3, Barnes 7-12, Barnett 5-4, Barr 4-3, Bartelm(a)y 1-5, Barton 8-9, Bass 2-3, Baxter 2-3, Beall 3-1, Beals 4-0, Beam 3-4, Beard 18-21, Beaty 4-3, Beauchamp 3-4, Beaver 6-11, Beck 11-13, Beelor 4-3, Beeson 36-37, Bell 13-12, Benbow 5-6, Benefiel/d 6-4, Benge 5-3, Bennett 17-16, Bentley 3-3, Benton 3-6, Berg 1-5, Berry 9-6, Betson 1-3, Beverlin 4-4, Beverly 1-3, Bick(el/le) 3-5, Bicknell 3-3, Biggs 3-2, Binkley 4-4, Bird 1-4, Bish 2-5, Bishop 6-17, Black 19-18, Blanchard 1-3, Blount 3-1, Boggs 2-8, Bogue 6-3, Boh(er)rer 4-1, Bolander 0-3, Bond 27-30, Bonine 6-3, Booker 1-5, Boon 5-7, Bor(a/o)n 2-2, Bor( r)oughs 5-1, Borton 4-2, Boswell 5-17, Boughner 2-2, Bowen 9-6, Bowers 2-5, Bowman 20-12, Boyd 32-21, Boyer 9-6, Bradbury 17-10, Brady 3-5, Branson 6-6, Bratton 3-1, Brewer 16-8, Briggs 5-3, Bright 3-1, Brittain 6-9, Britton 3-7, Bro(c/k)amp 0-4, Broaddus 3-0, Brockus 3-3, Brooks 13-11, Brower 3-3, Brown 77-52, Bruce 3-3, Brumfield 7-7, Bryan/t 9-7, Buchanon 1-4, Buck 1-7, Buckingham 3-1, Bulla 8-15, Bunch 10-11, Bundy 8-13, Bunker 7-6, Bunnell 6-8, Burden 3-1, Burgess 12-21, Burk/e 10-12, Burket/t 9-7, Burns 6-7, Burris 3-2, Burroughs 8-5, Butler 16-9, Byerly 3-3, Cain 16-19, Caldwell 5-4, Calloway 6-4, Campbell 19-12, Canada/y 11-19, Carey 5-2, Carlisle 1-5, Carpenter 4-4, Carroll 6-6, Carson 3-5, Carter 11-7, Carver 2-2, Cartwright 8-2, Case 5-10, Cate 6-4, Catey 7-8, Caylor 4-4, Cecil 3-0, Chambers 6-8, Chamless 6-1, Chamness 6-8. Chance 3-7, Chapman 8-6, Chappel/l 1-7, Charles 6-5, Cheesman 11-11, Chenoweth 3-3, Chryst 0-3, Clapper 0-3, Clark 45-35, Clarke 1-4, Clawson 6-11, Clements 2-4, Clemm(e/o)n/s 2-3, Clevenger 3-14, Cloud 0-6, Coburn2-4, Cochran 5-1, Coffin 12-9, Coffman 8-4, Coggshall 8-6, Collins 8-2, Comer 10-8, Commons 12-12, Condo 5-8, Conklin 3-1, Conley 6-7, Connell/y 2-3, Conner 15-13, Conway 4-6, Conwell 2- 4, Cook 42-42, Cooper 11-14, Copeland 5-3, Cord(e/i)ll 1-3, Cornelius 5-5, Cotton 7-5, Cownover 4-7, Cox 34-24, Coy 0-3, Craft 4-3, Crampton 4-6, Crane 1-3, Cranor 19-20, Crawford 10-15, Cripe 6-6, Cromer 4, Cronk 4-0, Crook 5-1, Cross 3-1, Crouse 0-3,  Crow 5-3, Crull 8-14, Crum 4-5, Crumb 1-4, Culbertson 14-9, Cunningham 5-4, Cuppy 5-1, Curry 3-2, Curtis 5-6, Custer 6-7.  This is getting way too long!  Reprint, new, PRICE on the website will be $24.  December Special for newsletter subscribers.  If you get a newsletter from us on your e-mail, you qualify.  $20       

 

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