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Bibliography Proper for Extraneus


McAllister. Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. [JDS3: xi]

McCabe List, The (1829/2/5) :

TML : a list of Irish immigrants to Ottawa Valley, Upper Canada, now Ontario, compiled by a gentleman who personally visited the families. Public Record Office, London. Reprint, Ontario Genealogical Society, Families, 1991: 30.2.77. [DONE. David B. Strong.]

McCourt, Edward A. (1907-).

1955. Buckskin Brigadier: The Story of the Alberta Field Force, illustrated by Vernon Mould. Great Stories of Canada Series. Fiction concerning Thomas Bland Strange (1831). Toronto: Macmillan. [150 pages, illustrations, 22 cm. P27.M1374Bu. LC Catalog--Books: Subjects, 1955-1959, 20.48.]

McDonald, Rev. William Lindsey.

1968 Abner A. Strange, Sr., of Alabama, Soldier of the American Revolution. A privately circulated paper, reprinted in three parts in Hankins 1971/3: 4.1.1, 1971/6: 4.2.1-7, & 1971/9: 4.3.4-7.

Mackenzie, George Norbury, LL.B. (died 1919).

1907 Editor. Colonial Families of the United States of America in which is given the History, Genealogy & Armoral Bearings of Colonial Families Who Settled in the American Colonies from the Time of the Settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775. Boston & New York: The Grefton Press, Genealogical Publishers. [Emily Stranges, 294; Anna Bell Strang, 471. R929/M199/v.1-7.]

1911-1915. Editor. Volumes 2-5 of Colonial Families. Baltimore: The Seaforth Press, Genealogical Publishers. [Strong only; no reference to Strange or le Strange.]

1917 Editor. Volume 6 of Colonial Families. [453, —— Strange of Breckenridge Co., Kentucky.]

1920 Volume 7, edited by Nelson Osgood Rhoades, after Mackenzie’s death. [Strong only; no reference to Strange or le Strange.]

McKenzie, Donald A.

1980 "Upper Canada Naturalization Records (1828-1850). Nominal Index to Volumes 1 through 7." Part 2, Volumes 3-4 (1831-1834). In Families, 1980: 19.1.36-56. [Page 55. PILI 1985: 5003.55.]

Mackinnon of Dunakin, Charles.

—— The Observer’s Book of Heraldry. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 67-10967.

Maclennan, Malcolm.

1925 A Pronouncing and Etymological Dictionary of the Gaelic Language. Edinburgh, 1925. Reprint, Aberdeen: Acair and Aberdeen University Press, 1991.

Macmillan Atlas of Irish History : Duffy 1997.

McPherson, Elizabeth Weir. The Holcombs, Nation Builders. [JDS3: xi]

MacPherson, James, Esq.

—— "Dissertation on the Poems of Ossian." Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1847. [20-21]

McTaggart, William.

—— Sketch of a History of the Family Strang or Strange of Balcasky. [Stuart Baillie Strong 1997/10/29.]

Maddox, Joseph T., s.v. Strange, Alexander Taylor, and Strange, George Garnett.

Maddoxian ATS, s.v. Strange, Alexander Taylor.

Magna Charta, seu Charta de Libertatibus Regis Johannis, Concessus Die Junii Quinto Decimo, A.D. 1215, in anno Regni Septimo Decimo (‘The Great Charter of King John, Granted June 15th, A.D. 1215, in the Seventeen Year of His Reign’). [Absence of John le Strange II’s name from the, HL: 74]

Mahon, George C. (1816-1894)

1894a Family History of L’Estrange of Kilcummin, King’s County, Ireland, by George C. Mahon, with a few notes added by A.S.A. [Alice Stanley Acheson]. A typescript with photographs, 24 pages, identified as "Peter Frantz’s Copy 5/85." [Peter Frantz 1995/4/5]

1894b An older typescript of the above 1894a. George C. Mahon authored a lengthy genealogical paper that his daughter Jane Stanley née Mahon copied for her cousin William H. L’Estrange of Duluth, MN. William’s copy consisted of 49 numbered sheets and one loose, unnumbered sheet, with notes and references written on the verso of many of the sheets. William claimed to have prepared a typed copy of the same.

Markham, Admiral Sir Hastings, K.C.B., cousin of Sir Clements Markham.

1893 "Halicarnassus." Ars Quatuor Coronatorum, 17.74-83. Quatuor Coronati Lodge of Freemasons. A detailed paper with photographs, written after a visit to the fortress with his cousin. [HL: 373-374]

Marriages in Knox County, Tennessee, 1792-1837. [JDS3: ix]

Marshall-David Library.

1997 The Descendants of James Strain of Northern Ireland: 1997 Register. Tuscon, AZ: The Marshall-David Library, 7347 East Bellingham Drive, 85730-3307. [vi, 12 pages.]

Marshall’s Genealogical Guide. [Society of Genealogists, 1966/12/17. JDS3: viii]

Martial, or Marcus Valerius Martialis (ad circa 42-circa 102).

102 Epigrams.

Martin, Charles Trice.

1910 The Record Interpreter: A Collection of Abbreviations, Latin Words and Names Used in English Historical Manuscripts and Records. Second edition, 1910. Reprint, Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Company, 1997.

Maslow, Abraham.

1962 Toward a Psychology of Being. New York: Van Nostrand.

Mason. Records of Gloucester County, Virginia. [JDS3: ix]

Matheny, Emma R., and Helen K. Yates

1967 Marriages of Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1746-1853, 1967. Reprint, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979. [Benjamin Strange, 118, 121.]

Mayer, John Richard (1952), editor of Extraneus. See Syllabus of Works by John R. Mayer.

1994 "The Short Story of Strange in America, 1619-1923." Neal P. Wood, Extraneus News, 1994/6: 1.16-17, 1994/12: 2.16-18. [The concluding part remains unpublished.]

Meade, Margaret.

1949 Male and Female: A Study of the Sexes in a Changing World. New York: William Morrow & Company, Publishers, 1949. [3.9.183-200, Human Fatherhood Is a Social Invention.]

Memoranda Roll of Exchequer. [HL: 315, 327]

Metcalfe. A Book of Knights, 1426-1660. [JDS3: x]

Migne, Jacques-Paul (1800-1875). A French cleric and editor. His publishing company issued Encyclopédié théologique; Scripturæ sacræ cursus completus, 28 volumes; Collection ... des orator sacrés, 100 volumes; Patrologiæ cursus completus, 383 volumes.

Miller, Thomas Clinton, and Robert L. Hawkins [LOOG 8:072812L2, and LOOG 8:072812L7 maritus.]

1922 The Parke County (Indiana) Millers and Some of Their Ancestors and Descendants, Kansas City, MO, 1922: i, 26 pages [Pages i, 1-5, 5A, 5B, 5C, 6, 6A, 7-11, 11B, 11C, 12-20. LOOG. David Emerson.].

Milton, John (1608-1674), attacked by Sir Roger L’Estrange (opus 1660a). BART 144, MOYS 264 [NL3: 419.]

1644 Areopagitica, A Speech for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing.

1658-1663. Paradise Lost, the theme of which Milton had conceived as early as 1641.

Mintz, Sidney, and Eric Wolf.

1950 "An Analysis of Rictual Co-Parenthood (Compadrazgo)," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 6.341-368.

Mitchell, Thornton W.

—— North Carolina Wills: A Testator Index, 1665-1900. Corrected and revised edition in one volume.

Monasticon Anglicanum, s.v. Dugdale, Sir William, and Roger Dodsworth.

Montague, Ludwell Lee, Ph.D., President of the Society of the Lees of Virginia.

1970 "The Problem of Richard Lee’s Parentage," The Virginia Genealogist, 1970: 14.51-58. [KNOC, BARO. John le Strange IV, 55. John le Strange V, 55.]

Montgomeryshire Collections of the Powysland Club. [1.22-50, from Hengwrt MS. 119; 257-423; 10.83. HL: 165.]

Morby, John E.

1989 Dynasties of the World: A Chronological and Genealogical Handbook. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.

Morris, John E.

1901 The Welsh Wars of Edward I. [46-48, 52, 242. Roger le Strange commanded 1,000 English and 1,940 Welsh in the seige of Dryslwyn Castle near Rhys’ stronghold, Carmarthen, 209; HL: 202.6. HL: 187, 204.8, 205.7.]

Mortimer, Percy. [JDS3: vii]

Muniment Room at Hunstanton Hall, NORF. Documents once reposited in the Muniment Room are now called the Le Strange Collection, having been moved in the early 1950’s to the Norfolk and Norwich Record Office. The contents of the room are catalogued elsewhere, under Hunstanton Household Accounts (HHA), and Hunstanton Muniment Room (HMR), qq.v. [Central Library, Norwich, NOR 57E, England. HL: 3, 151-152, 169, 176, 251, 268.]

Murdock, George.

1949 Social Structure. New York: The Macmillan Company.

1960 "Cognatic Forms of Social Organization," Social Structure in Southeast Asia. Chicago: Quadrangle Books.

Murphy, Robert, and Leonard Kasdan.

1959 "The Structure of Parallel Cousin Marriage," American Anthropologist, 61.17-29.

Liz and Colin Murray.

1988 The Celtic Tree Oracle: A System of Divination. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1988

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