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At the Lenox Branch, a tenth exhibition of the work of American artists was opened on March 2d. This exhibit comprises a selection from recent accessions of work by contemporary artists, and serves to call attention to the extensive collection of the work of these various artists in the print room.
At the Astor Branch, the exhibition of Martin's "Oriental carpets" was continued, and Smith's "Venice of to-day" was replaced on March 9th by plates from Champier's "Les anciens almanachs illustreV
LIST OF WORKS IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY RELATING
Boogher (William Fletcher). Gleanings of Virginia history. An historical and genealogical collection, largely from original sources. Compiled and published by W. F. Boogher. Washington, 1903. viii, 442 p., 1 I. 8°.
[Genealogical notes and queries from the Louisville (Ky.) Courier Journal, 1896.] 1 p.l., 150 p. 8°. Mounted clippings.
[Genealogical notes and queries, from the Richmond, Va., Critic, 1888-89.] 66 (11) p. 8°. Mounted clippings.
Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies. A genealogy of the Glassell family of Scotland and Virginia; also of the families of Ball, Brown, Bryan, Conway, Daniel, Ewell, Holladay, Lewis, Littlepage, Moncure, Peyton, Robinson, Scott, Taylor, Wallace, and others of Virginia and Maryland. Wilkesbarrc, Pa.: [E. B. Yordy, printer], 1891, xviii, 759 p., 12 port. 4°.
Inscriptions from Tombstones in the counties of King and Queen, Westmoreland, Hanover, and Albemarle (Va.), with an account of Henry Turner and his family. (William and Mary College Quarterly, v. 9, p. 168.)
Mcllhany (Hugh Milton). Some Virginia families, being genealogies of the Kinney, Stribling, Trout, Mcllhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, Taylor, McCormick, and other families of Virginia. Staunton; Va.: Stoneburner cV Prufer, 1903. 4 p.l., 274 p., 23 port. 8°.
Meade (William). Old churches, ministers and families of Virginia. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott 6* Co., 1857. 2 v. port., pi. 8°.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1872. 2 v.
port., pi. 8°.
Philadelphia: Lippincott 1878. 2 v.
port., pi. 8°.
Toner (J. M.) Index to names of persons and churches in Bishop Meade's Old Churches, ministers and families of Virginia, revised by H. A. Morrison. Washington: Southern History Association, 1898. 63 p. 8°.
Personal notices from the Virginia Gazette in the year 1772. (In: William and Mary College Quarterly Hist]. Magazine. Vol. 9, p. 239-240. 1901.)
Van Meter (Benjamin F.) Genealogies and sketches of some old families who have taken prominent part in the development of Virginia and Kentucky especially, and... other states... Louisville: J. P. Morton cV Co., 1901. v, 3-183 p., 1 pi., 19 port. 8°.
Watson (Annah Robinson). Some notable families of America [Taylor, Allerton, Willoughby, Brewster, Thompson, Madison, Lee, Strother, Warner, Reade, Lewis, Meriwether, Walker, Maury, Thornton, Hornsby]. New York : [/. J. Little <&» Co.] 1898. xiv, no p., 12 pi., 4 port. 8°.
Whitington (L.), and H. F. Waters. Virginia gleanings in England. (Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 10, p. 405-414; v. n, p 68-79, 144-155. 305-317, 358-369; v. 12, p. 83-92, 170180, 297-310, 396-406; v. 13, p. 53-64, 191-205, 303-312, 402-409; vol. 14, p. 82-89. 1903-06.)
Worthing ton (M. B.) Virginia genealogy. List of the old parish registers and vestry books in the Library of the Theological Seminary, Fairfax County, Va. Manuscript. 1902. 3 1. 8°.
Adams. Genealogy of the Adams family of New Kent and Henrico Counties, Va. (In: William and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. 5, P- 159-165- 1897.)
Alexander family. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 8, p. 262-263; vol. 9, p. 54-55, 252-254; vol. 10, p. 63-66, 132-140, 17S185; vol. n, p. 60-66, 115-121, 247-251. 1900-03.)
Allerton. Allertons of New England and Virginia. By Isaac J. Greenwood. [Boston, 1890.] 6 p., 1 1. 8°.
Repr. from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg., vol. 44. 1800.
Ambler. Ambler family. Richmond, 1889. 8 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Jan. 20,1889.
Ammonet. Jacob Ammonet, of Virginia, and a part of his descendants. By Clifton Wood Bransford. (In: Southern Hist. Ass'n, Pub'ns, vol. 3, p. 35-40. 1899.)
Armistead. Armistead family. (In: William and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., vol. 6, p. 31-33. 97-102, 164-171, 226-234; vo'. 7. P- '724, 181-186; vol. 14, p. 282-285. 1897-1906.)
Ball. The maternal ancestry and nearest of kin of Washington. [Ball family.] A monograph. Washington, 1885. 28 p., 8 p. 8°.
Ball of Virginia. (In: Hayden (H. E.)
Virginia genealogies... Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1891. p. 45-144O
Barksdale. Genealogy of part of the Barksdale family of America. By Sarah Donelson Hubert. Atlanta, Ga.: Franklin Print. Co., 1895. 46 p. 8°.
With ins. notes and corrections by the author.
Beckley. See Bickley.
Berkeley. Berkeley family. Richmond, 1890. I p.l., 6 p. 8°.
Clippings, mounted, from the Richmond Critic, vol. 3, p. 64, Dec. 6, 1890.
Bernard. Bernard family. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., vol. 5, p. 62-64, 181-187. 1896-97.)
Beverley. Major Robert Beverley and his descendants. By W. G. Stenard. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 2, p. 405-413 ; vol. 3, p. 47-52, 169-176, 261-271, 383-392. 1895-1896.)
Bickley. Bickley or Beckley family. By William Bledwyn Powell. (In: Wm. and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., vol. 5, p. 28-30, ir4127. 1896.)
Bland. Bland family of Virginia. Richmond, 1888. 1 p.l., 14 p. 8".
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, July 9, 1888. etc.
Bolling. A memoir of a portion of the Bol" ling family in England and Virginia... By Robert Bolling. Richmond, Va.: W. H. Wade & Co., 1868. ix, 68 p., 2 pi., 16 port. 8°. (Wynne's Hist. Documents from the Old Dominion, no. 4.)
Booker. The Booker family. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 94-100, 208-209, 322-324, 429-432. 1899-1900.)
Bowie. The Bowies and their kindred. A genealogical and biographical history. By Walter Worthington Bowie. Washington: Cromwell Bros., 1899.' xix, 21-523 p., 1 port. 8°.
Branch. The Branch family. Richmond, 1889. 1 p.l., 6 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Nov. 1, 18S9.
Branner. Outline of the genealogy of the first four generations of the Branner family in Virginia. By John Caspar Branner. [New Market, Va., 1904.J Broadside. f°.
Repr.: Shenandoah Valley, Dec. 1, 1894.
Brent. The Brent family, Richmond, 1889. I p.l., 13 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, March 17, 1889.
The Brent family. By W. B. Chilton. (In:
. Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 12, p. 439-445; vol. 13, p. 105-112, 219-222, 318-324, 435-441. 1905-06.)
Brodnax. Brodnax family. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., vol. 14, p. 52-59, 135-138. 1905.)
Brooke. The Brooke family of Virginia. By St. George Tucker Brooke. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 9, p. 314-318, 435-438; vol. 10, p. 87-90, 197-199, 301-304, 443-445; vol. 11, p. 93-95, 200-203, 445-447; vol. 12, p. 102-108, 216219, 321-325; vol. 13, p. 100-104, 223-224, 445447. 1901-06.)
Broun. The Broun family and their kindred. By Thomas L. Broun. Richmond, 1905. 2 1. f°.
Rep. from "The Times-Dispatch, Richmond," Feb. 11, 1905.
Brown. Brown, of Scotland and Maryland [also Virginia]. (In: Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies... Wilkcs-Barre, 1891. p. 145-200.)
Bruce. Bruce family. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 11, p. 197-200, 328-332, 441-442; vol. 12, p. 93-96, 446-453. 1903-05.)
Buckner. The Buckner family. Richmond, 1890. 1 p.l., 12 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, June-July, 1890.
Reminiscences of the Buckner family. By
Mrs. Priscilla Aylette Reardon. Compiled, enlarged and edited by Katherine Edmondson Tuley. n. p. [1901.J 44 p. 12°.
Buford. A genealogy of the Buford family in America. With records of a number of allied families. By Marcus Bainbridge Buford. San Francisco, 1903. 409 p., 1 pi., 28 port. 8°.
Bush. The Bush family. (In: Quisenberry (A. C.) Genealogical memoranda of the Quisenberry family.. .1897, p. 77-95.)
Byrd. The Byrd family of Virginia. Richmond, 1888. 1 p.l., 8 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Dec. 16, 1888, etc.
Byrd, of Westover, Virginia. Copy of entries in the old family Bible in the possession of Miss Mary Armistead Byrd of Winchester, Va., with letters, data, etc. n. p., n. d. 16 1. 4°.
The Westover estate. New York, 1S71.
801-810 p. 8°.
Ext. from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 42, May. 1871.
Cabell. The Cabells and their kin. A memorial volume of history, biography, and genealogy. By Alexander Brown. Cambridge, Mass.: the Riverside Press, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1895. xvii, 641 p., 4 pi., 33 port. 8°.
Calthorpe. The Calthorpes. By Lyon G. Tyler. (In: Wm. and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Papers, Vol. 2, p. 106-112, 160-168. 1S931894.)
Camm. Descendants of John Camm, president of William and Mary College. By Lyon Gardiner Tyler. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. 4, p. 61-62, 275-278. 1895-1896.)
Carr. The Carr family records. Embracing the record of the first families who settled in America and their descendants, with many branches who came to this country at a later date. By Edson I. Carr. Rockton, III.: Herald Print House, 1894. 540 p., 1 pi. 8 .
The Carr family. By G. C. Brodhead. (In:
Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 3, p. 208-217. 1895.)
Carter. The Carter family tree. By R. R. Carter. [Richmond, Va.: printed by G. M. West Co.,] cop. by Mrs. M. C. Oliver, 1897. 40x40 in. f°.
The Carter family of Virginia. Richmond,
1888. 1 p.l., 21 p. 8°.
Repr. from the Richmond Critic, June 18-July a, 1888.
The Carters of Virginia. (In: Glenn (T. A.)
Some colonial mansions, Vol. I, p. 217-294. 1898.) Genealogies, cont'd.
Cary. The Cary family of Virginia. Richmond, 1890. 1 p.l., 12 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Apr. 26, 1890, etc.
Wilson Cary of Ceelys, and his family. By
Wilson Miles Cary. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 9, p. 104-111. 1901.)
Chappell. A genealogical history of the Chappell, Dickie, and other kindred families of Virginia. 1635-1900. By Philip E. Chappell. Kansas City, Mo.: Hudson-Kimberly Pub. Co., 1900. I p.l., 382 p., 1 map, 5 pi., 13 port. 8°.
The Chappell family. By Philip E. Chappell. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 3, p. 416-420. 1896.)
Chenoweth. Genealogy and chart of the Chenoweth and Cromwell families of Maryland and Virginia. By Alex. Crawford Chenoweth. [New York: the Redfield Press,] 1894. I p.l., 35 p., 4 charts. 8°.
Chew. Chew, of Virginia. (In: Thomas (L. B.) The Thomas book... New York, 1896. p. 276284.)
Christian. Christian family. (In: Wm. and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. 5, p. 261263; vol. 8, p. 70-74, 122-128, 265-271; vol. 9, p. 47-52, 243-245. 1897-1901.)
Churchill. Churchill family. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 7, p. 186-188; vol. 8, p. 47-50, 200-202; vol. 9, p. 40-41, 246-249; vol. 10, p. 39-44. 1899-1901.)
Claiborne. Claiborne pedigree, a genealogical table of the descendants of secretary William Claiborne, of the junior branch in the United States. . . By G. M. Claiborne. Lynchburg, Va.: J. P. Bell Co., 1900. 51 p., 1 port. 8°.
Cocke. Cocke, Gray, Bowie, Robb, &c. By Miss Fanny B. Hunter. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 10, p. 100-101, 202, 306-307. 1902-03.)
The Cocke family of Virginia... (In: Va.
Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 5, p. 181-198. 1897.)
The Cocke family of Virginia (Henrico).
(In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 5, p. 71-89. 1897.)
Genealogy of the Cocke family in Virginia.
By James C. Southall. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 3, p. 282-292, 405-414; vol. 4, p. 86-96, 212-217, 322-332, 431-450. 1896-1897.)
Cockrill. Cockrill genealogy. By Granville Goodloe. (In: American Hist. Mag., Vol. 3, p. 33I_345- Nashville, 1898.)
Coghill. The family of Coghill. 1377 to 1879. With some sketches of their maternal ancestors, the Slingsbys, of Scriven Hall. 1135 to 1879. By James Henry Coghill. Cambridge \Mass.\, 1879. be, 2 1., 36, 36a-36p, 37-193 p., 1 1., 6 pi., 8 port. 8°.
Colston. The Colston family of Virginia. Richmond, 1888. I p.l., 5 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Nov. 12, 1888.
Conway. Conway, of Lancaster County, Virginia. (In: Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies ... Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 189I. p. 221-290.)
Cooke. Descendants of Mordecai Cooke, of "Mordecai's Mount," Gloucester County. Virginia. 1650. By William Carter Stubbs. New Orleans: L. Graham 6f Son, 1896. 48 p. 8°.
Corbin. Corbin family of Virginia. Richmond, 1888. I p.l.. 15 p. 8".
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Nov. 19, 1888, etc.
Cromwell. See Chenoweth.
Dabney. Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, with some of their family records. . .By William Henry Dabney. Chicago: S. D. Childs cV Co., 1888. 197 p., 4 1., 1 port. 4°.
Daingerfield. Daingerfield family. (In:Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 8, p. 96100; vol. 9, p. 188-189. 1899-1901.)
Dandridge. The Dandridges of Virginia. By Wilson Miles Cary. (In: Wm. and Mary College Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 5, p. 30-41, 81-82; vol. 6, p. 250-251; vol. 12, p. 126-129. 1896-1903.)
Digges. Pedigree of a representative Virginia planter. By Lyon Gardiner Tyler. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. 1, p. 80-88, 140-154, 208-213. 1892.)
Douglass. The family of Douglass or Douglass of Garrallan in Virginia.. .By John S. Wise. New York: W. H. Abbott, draughtsman . family tree 7% x 8 in. 4°.
Dyer. The Dyer family. Descendants of Samuel Dyer, of Albemarle County, Virginia, from the records of Thomas B. Dyer, of St. Louis, Mo. By Theodore H. Price. Arranged by Charlotte P. Price. New York: T. A. Wright, 1906. Genealogical chart, 28J x 40J in.
Early. A history of the family of Early in America, being the ancestors and descendants of Jeremiah Early, who came from the county of Donegal, Ireland, and settled in what is now Madison County, Virginia, early in the eighteenth century. By Samuel Stockwell Early. Arranged for publication by Robert Stockwell Hatcher. Albany, N. Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, i8g6. 53 p. 8°.
Edwards. Historic sketches of the Edwards and Todd families and their descendants, 15231895. By George Hortense Edwards. Springfield, III.: H. W. Rokker, 1894. 38 p. 8°.
Eskridge. Eskridge, of Virginia. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 434-436; vol. 8, p. 89-91, 211-213,318-320; vol. 9, p. 201-203; vol. 10, p. 95-96. igoo-02.)
Evelyn. The Evelyns in America: compiled from family papers and other sources, 1608-1805. By G. D. Scull. Oxford [Eng.] : Parker and Co., 1881. viii, 2 1., 392 p., 2 pi., 9 port., 2 plans. 8°.
Everard. Sir Richard Everard, baronet, governor of the colony of North Carolina, 1725-1731, and his descendants in Virginia. By Marshall De Lancey Haywood. [ Washington, 1898.] 12 p. 8°. Repr. from Pub'ns of Southern Hist. Ass'n, Vol. 2.
Ewell. Ewell of Virginia. (In: Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies... Wilkes-Barre, 189U P- 33I-354-)
Fairfax. The Fairfaxes of England and America in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, including letters from and to Hon. William Fair
Genealogies, cont'd. fax, president of council of Virginia, and his sons, Col. George William Fairfax and Rev. Bryan eighth Lord Fairfax, the neighbors and friends of George Washington. By Edward D. Neill. Albany, JV. Y.: J. Munsell, 1868. 234 p., 2 charts. 8°.
Farrar. The Farrar family. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 319-322, 432-434; vol. 8, p. 97-98, 206-209, 424~427; vol. 9i P- 203205, '322-324; Vol. 10, 86-87, 206-207, 308-310. 1900-03.)
Fielding. Fielding and Davis notes.. .By Dr. J. L. Miller. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. it, p. 453-456; vol. 12, p. 99-102, 214-215, 325-328, 454. 1903-05.)
Fitts. Genealogy of the Fitts or Fitz family in America. By James Harris Fitts. Albany, N. Y.: Fort Orange Press, Brandovi Print. Co., 1897. 170 p. 52 port. 4°.
Fitzhugh. The Fitzhugh family. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 196-199, 317322, 425-427; vol. 8, p. 91-95, 209-211, 314-317, 430-432; vol. 9, p. 99-104. 1899-1901.)
Flournoy. The Flournoy family. By Flournoy Rivers. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 2, p. 81-90. 190-213, 318-327, 437-447; vol. 3, p. 67-79, 414-416. 1894-5.)
Fowler. Annals of the Fowler family, with branches in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi, California and Texas. By Mrs. Glenn Dora Fowler Arthur. Austin, Texas: the Author, 1901. 2 p.l., xvi, 327 p., 1 fac, 12 pi., 8 port. 8°.
Fry. Memoir of Col. Joshua Fry, sometime professor in William and Mary College, Virginia... with an autobiography of his son, Rev. Henry Fry, and a census of their descendants. By Philip Slaughter. n. p. [1880.] 112 p., 1 1. 8°.
Garr. Genealogy of the descendants of John Gar, or more particularly of his son, Andreas Gaar, who emigrated from Bavaria to America in 1732... By John Wesley and John Calhoun Garr. Cincinnati, 0.: the Author, 1894. xiv, 1 1., 608 p., 1 pi. 8°.
Garrard. Gov. Garrard of Kentucky, his descendants and relatives. By Anna Russell Des Cognets. Lexington, Ky.: J. M. Byrnes, 1898. 4 p.l., 134 p., 2 pi., 39 port. 8°.
Gibbrns. Gibbens-Butcher genealogy. Embracing also Barnett, Brown, Buckner.. .and other pioneer families of Virginia who migrated west of the Alleghanies.. .By Alvaro Franklin Gibbens. Parkersburg: G. B. Gibbens, 1894. 1 p.l., 296 p., 2 1., 2 pi., 16 port. 8°.
Glassell. Glassell, of Scotland and Virginia. (In: Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies ... Wilkes-Barre, 1891. p. 1-44.)
Gooch. Gooch family. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart., Hist. Mag., vol. 5, p. 110-112. 1896.)
Goode. Virginia cousins. A study of the ancestry and posterity of John Goode of Whitby, a Virginia colonist of the seventeenth century, with notes upon related families, a key to southern genealogy and a history of the English surname Code, Goad, Goode or Good from 1148 to 1887. With
a preface by R. A. Brock.. .By G. Brown Goode. Richmond, Va.: J. W. Randolph &»English, 1887. xxxvi, 526 p., 2 pi., 1 map, 4 plans, 43 port., ill., 2 charts. 4°.
Goodwin. The Goodwin families in America. By John S. Goodwin. Richmond, Va.: Whittct &• Shepperson . iv, 200 p., 1 table. 8°.
Supplement to William and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. 6, no. 2. Oct. 1897.
Gookin. The Gookin family. By J. Wingate Thornton. (In: New England Hist, and Gen. Reg., vol. I, p. 345-352; vol. 2, p. 167-174. 18471848.)
Green. Descendants of Robert Green and allied families in the state of Virginia. By Holdridgc Ozro Collins. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., v. 8. p. 77-80, 213-216, 317-318, 421-424. 19001901.)
Grigsby. Genealogy of the Grigsby family in part, including a brief sketch of the Porter family. [Originally] published . .. December, 1878. By William H. Grigsby. Chicago: republished by R. H. McCurmick, 1905. 8 p. 8°.
Grymmes. TheGrymes family. Richmond,tSS<). I p.l., 10 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Aug. 18, 1889, etc.
Guthrie. Records of the Guthrie family, of Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Virginia, with ancestry of those who have intermarried with the family. By Harriet N. and Eveline Guthrie Dunn. Chicago, III.: The Author, 1898. 3 p.l., 170 p., 18 pi., 23 port. 8°.
Harrison. The ancestry of Benjamin Harrison, president of the United States of America, 18891893, in chart form, showing also the descendants of William Henry Harrison, president of the United States.. .in 1841, and notes of families related. By Charles P. Keith. Philadelphia: [J. B. Lippincott &" Co.,] 1893. 90, vii, 91-96 p., 1 chart. 4°.
The Harrisons of Virginia. (In: Egle (W.
H.) Notes and Queries, 3. series, vol. 3, p. 179182. 1896.)
The Harrison family of Virginia. Richmond, 1888-89. I p.L, 31 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Dec. 28,
Henderson. Ancestry and descendants of Lieut. John Henderson, of Greenbrier county, Virginia, 1650-1900. By Joseph Lyon Miller. Richmond, Va.: Whittet cV Shepperson, 1902. 37 p., 1 port. 8°.
Heatwole. A history of the Heatwole family from the landing of the ancestor of the race up to present time. By David A. Heatwole. Dale Enterprise, Va.: The Watchful Pilgrim," 1882. 24 p. 24°.
Henderson. The Henderson family. Richmond, 1889. 1 p.l., 6 p. 8°.
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, June 9,
Herndon. A genealogy of the Herndon family. By John W. Herndon. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 9, p. 318-322, 439-441; vol. 10, p. 90-92, 200-201, 304-306, 441-443; vol. 11, p. 98-101, 203-205, 332-335,448-45l; vol.12, p. 109-111, 212-214. 1901-04.)