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Baber, Lucy Harrison Miller, and Hazel Letts Williamson.

      1971 Marriages of Campbell County, Virginia, 1782-1810. Reprint, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1980. [Elizabeth Strange, 56. Frances Strange, 106. John Strange, 72, 93. Mary Strange, 56, 88. Nathaniel Strange, 72, 93, 99, 106. Patsey Strange, 32. Robert Strange, 32, 56. Robert Strange, Jr., 56.

Baigent, Michael, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln.

      1982 Holy Blood, Holy Grail. London: Jonathan Cape Ltd. Reprint, NY: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1983. 489 pages.

Bailey. Early Massachusetts Marriages. [JDS3: x]


      —— "Life of Doctor John Strang, D.D.," prefixed to De Interpretatione. [BALC 2.11]

      —— Letters.

Baird, Rev. Charles W. (floruit 1871-1885), D.D., of Rye New York. Vide Strang, John.

      1885 History of the Huguenot Emigration to America. Two Volumes in One. Original, New York, 1885. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985. [Daniel Streing, 2.91, 96, 101, 102. Baird’s account of Daniel Streing was based on John Strang’s Manuscript, which Baird submitted for publication to the New York Record in 1871. The text was reprinted by Frost.]

Banks, Charles Edward (1854-1931).

      1930 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. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1930. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1961. [124. PILI 1981: Source 263. SFPL *974.4/B226p.]

      1937 Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New England, 1620-1650. Edited and indexed by Elijah Ellsworth Brownell. 1st edition, Philadelphia: Bertram Press, 1937. 2nd edition, Baltimore, 1957. 3d edition, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1963. [24. PILI 1981: Source 275. R929.3/B226t3.]

Banks, Thomas Christopher (1760-1854), Esq.

      1807-1837. The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England. 4 volumes. London. Volume 3 continues to 1809 and volume 4 continues to 1837. [SFPL *q929.7/B226]

      1826 Genealogical History of Families of the Ancient Peerage of England.

      —— Baronia Anglicana Concentrata. [1.420]

      —— Baronies in Fee. [1.419. Marshall. JDS3: vii]

Baptism Register of Saint Sidwell, Exeter, 1736. Hey 1993.

Barbour, Philip L.

      1969 The Jamestown Voyages Under the First Charter, 1606-1609.

Bardsley. English and Welsh Names. 1901. [LAAS: ii. FLUV.]

Barker and Stenning. Register of Westminster School. [221. Sir Thomas Andrew Lumisden Strange, Kt., ORKN 6.212147.]

Baronagium Genealogicum, s.v. Edmondson. [HL: 264]


      1924 Companion to English History, reprinted as Mediaeval England, edited by H.W.C. Davis. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1924: 297b. [CARO, Figure 1, Saint John the Baptist, patron of the family le Strange, from Cloverdale’s Bible (1535), title page of the New Testament.]

Barnhill, Celeste Terrell.

      1931 Virginia Quaker Stanleys and Descendants. [Virginia Historical Society. Confer HALI, sub Littleberry Stanley.]

Barton, Colonel William Alexander (1924).

      1986-present. Letters to John R. Mayer.

Bayeaux tapestry. Commissioned perhaps by Odo, Bishop of Bayeau, half brother of William I the Conqueror. An 11th century embroidery with 70 scenes of the Norman Conquest, with Latin narrative, beginning with Harold’s visit to France and ending with the Battle of Hastings, and illustrating military equipment. [Discussion of the short bow, which is depicted in the tapestry, HL: 188]

Bearr, David W.C. "The Timberlakes Shaping Fluvanna." The Bulletin of Fluvanna County Historical Society. 1978/4. [26-27]

Bede, the Venerable (ad 673-735)

      731 Baedae Opera Historica, translated by J.E. King. 2 volumes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1930. Reprint, 1990.

Bell. The Old Free State. [JDS3: viii]

Bell, Landon C.

      1931 Sunlight on the Southside: Lists of Tithes, Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1748-1783. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1974. [Alexander Strange, 148. Benjamin Strange, 232, 276, 299, 343, 364. Mitchel Strange, 261. Thomas Strange, 340.]

      1972 Lunenburg County, Virginia, Wills, 1746-1825. Berryville, VA: Virginia Book Company. [NEWK. Alex’r Strange, 42. Elleckzander Strainge, 363.]

Beloe, ——.

      —— Brasses of Norfolk. [Copy of the brass tomb of Joan Stapleton (née de Ingham), 3. HL: 329.]

Beltz. Memorials of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. [JDS3: x]

Benedict, Paul K.

      1942 "Tibetan and Chinese Kinship Terms," Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 1942/2: 6.3-4.313-337.

Bémont, ——.

      —— Rôles Gascons. [Gascon Rolls, summons dated 1294/6/14 ordering John le Strange V to Portsmouth on 1294/9/1 equis et armis, 3.3449; HL: 204.6. 241.3417; HL: 205.2.]

Bentley, Elizabeth Petty.

      1984 Indexer. Virginia Marriage Records, from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler’s Quarterly. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. [Philip August Strange, 131; Thomas Strange, 642]

Bernard Bible. [ELKR]

Betzsold, Mrs. Donald R. (Ruby C. Strange), WAYN 11.13213513322, 843 North Helena Street, Anaheim, CA 92805.

      1982-1984. Letters to Col. William A. Barton of San Antonio, Texas, between 1982/11/8 and 1984/4/11.

      1986 Letters to John R. Mayer.

Bible. Four authorships united to create the first five books of the Bible, namely source J, E, D, and P. The first redaction consisted of sources JE, the second redaction combined JED, and the third redaction combined JEDP. Saint Jerome prepared the foundational translations known as the Latin Vulgate (Vg.) about ad 400.

      —— Torah, the Law.

      1000 bc. J, Yahwehist, the Judean source.

      800 bc. E, Elohist source; the north Israelite source.

      —— Genesis.

      622 bc. D, Deuteronomic source; the torah promulgated by King Josiah.

      600 bc. P, Priestly source, about the time of the Babylonian exile. This source tended to prohibit more actions than Deuteronomy.

      —— Leviticus.

      —— Deuteronomy.

      —— Nebi’im, the Prophets.

      1 Chronicles.

      2 Chronicles. 2 Paralipomenon.

      2 Samuel.

      1 Kings. 3 Regum.

      —— Ketubim, the Writings.


      Ezra. 1 Ezrae.




Bible in translation. The abbreviations given in parentheses were used by John Boswell.

      —— Septuagint (LXX).

      —— Sainte Bible (LS), translated by Louis Segond.

      1545 Luther’s Bible (LB), 1522-1545.

      1609 Reims-Douai Version (RDV).

      1611 King James Version (KJV), or Authorized Version.

      1941 The Confraternity Edition of the New Testament (C).

      1946 Revised Standard Version: New Testament (RSV).

      1952 Revised Standard Version: Old Testament (RSV).

      1955 Bible de Jérusalem (JBF).

      1961 New English Bible: New Testament (NEB).

      1966 Good News for Modern Man (GN).

      1966 Jerusalem Bible (JB).

      1967 Biblia de Jerusalén (JBS).

      1968 Bibel : Deutsche Ausgabe mit den Erläuterungen der Jerusalemer Bibel (JBG).

      1970 New American Bible (NAB).

      1973 Bibbia di Gerusalemme (JBI).

Binham chartulary. [HL: 11]

Blaauw, ——.

      1871 History of the Barons’ Wars. 2nd edition. [241. HL: 134]

Black, George F., Professor

      1946 The Surnames of Scotland, Their Origin, Meaning, and History. New York: The New York Public Library and Readex Books, 1946. [Strange, 753. David B. Strong.]

Black, Henry Campbell (1860-1927), M.A.

      1891 Black’s Law Dictionary: Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern. Fifth edition. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing, 1979.

Blakeway, John B.

      —— "An account of the descent of the manor of Betton Strange." Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society. 2nd series, 1.381-383. [Quoted in full, HL: 206-207]

Bliss, Thomas A. (1908-1985). A third-generation editor and publisher of the Democratic Montgomery News in Hillsboro, IL. The large Bliss residence was NNE of the residence of E.B. Strange, across a wooded ravine, and several generations of the two families were acquainted. As Republicans, the Stranges preferred to read the Hillsboro Journal; but in recent decades the Montgomery News has been the most frequently published of the two, making it indispensible even to the Stranges.

      1981 The Goose Bone Papers: Writings of Charles W. Bliss, Country Newspaper Editor ... A Weaver of Words. 2nd printing, Hillsboro, IL: The Hillsboro and Montgomery County News, 1986. The book contains no specific reference to the Stranges; but it gives a rather comprehensive view of life in southern Illinois at the turn of the century, with plenty of Democratic commentary on national and world politics.

      1984 Big Shoes to Wear: Nostalgic Reminiscences. Hillsboro, IL: Montgomery County News. [E.B. Strange and family, 62, 66, & 78. Dorothy Oudyn Bliss, Wood Street, Hillsboro, IL.]

Blomefield, Rev. Francis (1705-1752), and Rev. Charles Parkin (1689-1765).

      1739-1765. Blomefield’s Norfolk. An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, containing a description of towns, villages, and hamlets, and other religious buildings; an historical account of the castles, seats, and manors; together with the epitaphs, inscriptions, and arms in all the parish churches. Collected out of ledger-books, registers, evidences, deeds, court-rolls, and other authentick memorials. 1st edition, 5 volumes, 1739-1775.

      1805-1810. Volumes 6-11 continued by Rev. Charles Parkin. 2nd edition, 11 volumes. London: W. Miller, 1805-1810. [1.9, 57, 252, 314; 6.18; 7.211; 8.264, 453. Volume 9: Freebridge (concluded), North Greenhow, Happing, Holt, Launditch, 9.100, 149. Volume 10: Launditch (concluded), Loddon, Mitford, Smethdon, Taverham, 10.312, 314, 322, 332. Illustrations, portraits, folded maps, coats of arms and genealogical tables (part folded), plans, 31cm.]

Blore, Thomas (1764-1818), the topographer?

      —— Rutland. [228]

Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG), Post Office Box 14291, Washington, DC 20044, 1977.

Bodley, Sir Thomas (1545-1613), diplomat and bibliophile who founded the Bodlein Library (1602) at Oxford. [BIBL.735]

Bodlein Manuscripts. A collection of manuscripts named for Sir Thomas Bodley (1545-1613). Oxford University: Bodleian Library.

Bodleian Manuscript 78.667b, ex cartulario Abb. de Barlings (Cott. MS. Faust B1).

Book of Fees. [146 & 964]

Border Settlers of Virginia. [JDS3: viii]

Boswell, John (1947-1994).

      1980 Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality: Gay People in Western Europe from the Beginning of the Christian Era to the Fourteenth Century. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

      1988 The Kindness of Strangers: The Abandonment of Children in Western Europe from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance. New York: Pantheon Books. [HV887.E8B67. 362.7’044. 88-42544.]

      1995 Same-sex Unions in Premodern Europe. New York: Vintage Books, 1995.

Boudin, A.

      1868 Histoire générale du Musée des Croisades. Paris, 1858-1868. 4 volumes [Fol. Lk7.10269. International Research 1996/3/5. Re: de Lestrange.]

Boyer, Carl, 3rd, Post Office Box 220333, Santa Clarita, CA 91322-0333, 1995.

      1978 Editor. Ship Passenger Lists: New York and New Jersey (1600-1825). Newhall, CA: Carl Boyer III. [204. PILI 1985: 714.204.]

      1979. Editor. Ship Passenger Lists: The South (1538-1825). Newhall, CA: Carl Boyer III. [49. PILI 1985: 720.49.]

Bradford Hundred Roll. [HL: 121]

Branc. Le Graveur en taille douce in Catalogue Raisonné. Leipzig: 1848. [Sir Robert Strange, Kt., ORKN 5.21214]

Brandow, James C.

      1982 Editor. Omitted Chapters from Hotten’s Original Lists of Persons of Quality and Others Who Went from Great Britain to America 1600-1700. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1983. [R929.373]

Bridge, ——.

      —— History of Northamptonshire. [Account of the brawl at St. Dunstan-in-the-East, London, on Easter Day, 1417, in which Richard, 7th Lord Strange of Knockin, killed Sir John / Thomas Trussell, 2.389; HL: 341. Told also by Fabian, q.v.]


Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Vital Records.

Briggs, Asa.

      1983 A Social History of England. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1983. Reprint, NY: The Viking Press, 1984.

Bristol. 1929.

The British Library.

      1878 Facsimiles of Ancient Charters in the British Museum. London. [4]

      1958-1966. General Catalogue of Printed Books. 263 volumes. London.

British Museum. The British Museum Library was reorganized and renamed the British Library in 1973.

      —— Undated deed concerning Roger le Strange and William le Strange in Salop, 56.B2.

      —— List of Bannerets of England.

      —— Landsdowne. [229.103d-105d]

Broderbund Software, Incorporated, Banner Blue Division, Post Office Box 6125, Novato, CA 94948-6125, 800-474-8696.

      1995 Family Tree Maker. Third edition, September 1995. [Family Finder Index]

      1995 World Family Tree, Volume 4, Pedigree 0355. [Unsigned descendancy from the fictive Hoël Le Strange, and the fictive Guy Le Strange.]

Brooke, Ted O.

      1976 In the Name of God, Amen: Georgia Wills, 1733-1860. An Index of Testators to the Wills of Georgia in Colonial Will Books and in Loose Will Collections, 1733-1777, and Wills Recorded or on File in County and State Offices, 1777-1860. Atlanta, GA: Pilgrim Press. [Gideon Strange, 190]

Brown, Alexander, D.C.L.

      —— The First Republic in America: An Account of the Origin of this Nation, Written from the Records then (1624) Concealed by the Council, Rather than from the Histories then Licensed by the Crown. New York: Russell & Russell.

      1890 The Genesis of the United States: A Narrative of the Movement in England, 1605-1616, which Resulted in the Plantation of North America by Englishmen, Disclosing the Contest Between England and Spain for the Possession of the Soil Now Occupied by the United States of America; Set Forth Through a Series of Historical Manuscripts now first printed together with a Reissue of Rare Contemporaneous Tracts, Accompanied by Bibliographical Memoranda, Notes, and Brief Biographies. 2 volumes. Reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1994.

Brown, R. Allen, M.A., D.Phil., F.S.A., Professor of History, University of London.

      1978 Castle Rising Norfolk. 2nd printing, reset, London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

Broughton, Carrie L.

      1950 Marriage and Death Notices in Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette, 1846-1867. Originally published in Bulletin of the North Carolina State Library, 1949-1950. Reprint, two volumes in one, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1975.

Brunswick County, Virginia, Marriage Records, 1730-1752. [JDS3: ix]

Brut-y-Tywysogion. Chronicle of the Prince of Wales, 68-1282, a history in Welsh originally compiled by Caradoc of Llancarvan before 1150. In Annales Cambriæ, 345-350. Edited by Rev. J.W. ab Ithel, Rolls Series, 17.

Budd, Lily Wright, and Marjorie Hannah Budd.

      1992 John Budd, 1599-1670, and some of his descendants: a historical journey though four centuries—to fifteen generations, including the allied families of Browne, Horton, Underhill, L’Estrange, Merritt, Cornell, Thurman, Sparks, Dallas, Motley. Franktown, CO: L.W. Budd, 1992. [ESPR 4:1346, Mary Prudence Budd née Strang (circa 1703), NY-NJ. xvi, 697 pages, illustrations, maps, genealogical tables; includes bibliographical references and indices. 28 cm. CNIDR. Jerry L’Estrange 1997/8/6.]

Burgess. Virginia Soldiers of 1776. [Volumes 1-3. JDS3: xi]

Burke, Arthur Meredyth Burke.

      1908 Key to the Ancient Parish Registers of England and Wales. Reprint, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1962, 1971. Reprint, Clearfield Company Reprints & Remainders, 1989. [164 pages. LCCN 62-6577. ISBN 0-8063-0445-6.]

Burke, Ashworth P. (1864-1919).

      1897. Editor. Family Records. Reprint, NY: Heraldic Publishing Company, Inc., 1965. [William Strange, 130; Catherine Strange, 204; Capt. Alexander Strange, 451; William Strange, 613. 709 pages, illustrations, coats of arms, 24cm. R929.2/BUR. SFPL *929.3042/B917f.]

Burke, John (1787-1848). An Irish genealogist whose son, Sir John Bernard Burke, edited and updated his pedigrees of peers and commoners.

      1826. Burke’s Peerage. The first dictionary of baronets and peers in alphabetical order.

      1833-1838. Burke’s Landed Gentry. A dictionary of commoners. [2, 6, 7, 8. Marshall.]

Burke, Sir John Bernard (1814-1892), genealogist and heraldry expert, son of John Burke.

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      —— Extinct Peerage. [348]

      1847-1892. Editor. Burke’s Landed Gentry. [1. Whitmore.]

      1847-1892. Editor. Burke’s Peerage.

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Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 1970. [Page 2564. TYNA, Figure 7, Arms of 8th Baronet Stronge, AR-STRON.]

Burton. Annals of Henrico Parish, Virginia. [JDS3: xi]

Burton, Joseph Chandler, Nelson Chandler, and Robert Davidson. See also Nelson Chandler.

      1993 "Chandler the First Generation," Chandler Family Association Newsletter, 1993/10.

Burton, Joseph C., Jr., 311 North Lake Drive, Anderson, SC 29625.

      1997 The Chandler Family Association Newsletter.

Burton, Richard F., Sir.

      —— "Terminal Essay," Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night.

Bysshe, Sir Edward, Kt. (circa 1615-1679), Clarenceux King of Arms.

      1664 The Visitations of Norfolk, anno Domini 1664. 2 volumes. Edited and annotated by A.W. Hughes Clark & Arthur Campling. London: Harleian Society, 1933-1934. Volumes 85-86 in Publications of the Harleian Society. [*929.7/H226/85-86]

      1677 The Visitation of Dorset, 1677. Transcribed and edited by G.D. Squibb. London: 1977.

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