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P.I.L.I. (PILI), s.v. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index.

Pat[ens?]. Lat.

Pataux, L., Abbé.

1885 Généalogie de la maison de Bracher de Floressac. Limoges, 1885. In-8, VIII- 163. [8’Lm3.4691. International Research 1996/3/5. Re: de Lestrange.]

Palgrave, Sir Francis (1788-1861).

1835 Editor. Rotuli Curiæ Regis, q.v.

1851-1864. The History of Normany and of England. 4 volumes. London: Macmillan, 1864.

—— Parliamentary Writs. [1.148b, 410b]

—— Kalendars and Inventories of the Exchequer. [1.71-74]

—— Doc. Hist. Scot. [1.224, 226, 263, 268. HL: 214.7, 215.2, 243.5.]

Palliser, D.M.

1983 The Age of Elizabeth, London, 1983: 38. [Oestmann 1994]

Palmer, Robert C.

1982 The County Courts of Medieval England, 1150-1350. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Papal Letters, 1198-1304. [1.411]

Parker, James.

1894 A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry. James Parker and Company, 1894. Reprint, Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1970. [Page 397, SOUT, Figure 60, Arms of Sir Baldwin Frevile, Knight.]

Parkin, Rev. Charles (1689-1765), s.v. Blomefield.


1844 Parliamentary Gazetter of Ireland, 1843-1844. This compilation compared the 1841 census against the 1831 census.

Parliamentary Writs, 1. [Roger le Strange commanded an expedition against Rhys, 1287/6/14; HL: 202. Roger le Strange was ordered to suppress Rhys’ rebellion at Newcastle-Emlyn, 1287/11/14; Rymer: 1.680; HL: 203.1. Writ tested at Westminster, 1294/6/14, 1.260.2; HL: 204.7. 22 Edw. I, 9/1; HL: 205.2. 1299: 1.134.22; HL: 209.4. 1.264; HL: 205.6. 1.254.2; HL: 203.6. 1.291.19; HL: 208.1. 1.849; HL: 210.6. 1.90; HL: 211.2. 1.115.10; HL: 214.4. 1.367.1; HL: 214.5. 1.136.1, 1.139.6; HL: 217.1. 2.3.1470; HL: 217.4, 220.2.]

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index (PILI).

1981 Passenger and Immigration Lists Index: A Guide to Published Arrival Records of about 500,000 Passengers Who Came to the United States and Canada in the Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and Nineteenth Centuries (PILI). 3 volumes. Edited by P. William Filby with Mary K. Meyer. 3 volumes: A-G, H-N, O-Z. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1981. [Records the surnames Lestrange, Strange and Straunge; but does not record le Strange, L’Estrange, de le Strange, d’Estang, Estrange, Extraneus, etc.]

1985 Passenger and Immigration Lists Index: 1982-85 Cumulated Supplements containing more than 650,000 additional records (PILI 1985). 4 volumes: A-E, F-K, L-R, S-Z. Edited by P. William Filby with Mary K. Meyer. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1985. [Records the surnames Lestrange, L’Estrange, and Strange; but does not record Straunge, le Strange, de le Strange, d’Estang, Estrange, Extraneus, etc.]


Patent Rolls, Hen III (Rotuli Litterarum Patentium; 1216-1272). London: Public Record Office, C.60. [1216-1225: 18, 142, 213, 240. 1225-1232: 235, 357-358, 380; 25 Hen III (1240’1): 2; 29 Hen III (1244’5): 8; 49 Hen III (1264’5): 15, 77. HL: 81.2.]

Paul, Sir James Balfour, Lord Lyon King of Arms.

1904 Editor. The Scots Peerage, founded on Wood’s Edition of Sir Robert Douglas’s Peerage of Scotland, containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom. 9 volumes. Edinburgh: David Douglas.

Pedigree by Roger L’Estrange of Hoe, s.v. L’Estrange, Roger. [HL: 2, 266]

Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne’s Descendants.

1941 Volume I, compiled by Marcellus Donald Alexander R. von Redlich, with a Foreword by Arthur Adams. Order of the Crown of Charlemagne, 1941. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996.

1974 Volume II, compiled by Aileen Lewers Langston and J. Orton Buck, Jr., with a Foreword by Timothy Field Beard, including the chapter "Charlemagne and His Children" by James Allen Cabaniss. Order of the Crown of Charlemagne, 1974. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996.

1978 Volume III, compiled by J. Orton Buck and Timothy Field Beard, including the chapter "A Glimpse of Emperor Lothair" by Allen Cabaniss. Order of the Crown of Charlemagne, 1978. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1996.

Pelletreau. The Early Wills of Westchester County, New York, 1664-1784. [JDS3: xi]

Pence, Richard A., 3211 Adams Court, Fairfax, VA, former editor of the National Genealogical Society Computer Interest Group newletter NGS/CIG Digest.

1995 "Numbering Systems in Genealogy." A presentation made to the National Genealogical Society Computer Interest Group, July 1986, and revised November 1993, and 1995. [See also Donn Devine, and Joan Ferris Curran. Http://]

Pennsylvania Archives. Ancestral Roots of Sixty Northeast Colonists. [JDS3: ix]

Pepys, Samuel (1633-1703), English Admiralty official and diarist.

1660-1669. Diary from 1660/1/1 to 1669/5/31. Deciphered by John Smith. Edited by Lord Braybrooke. ORAN.161.

Perrin, Battle, & Kniffen. Kentucky: A History of the State. 1887. [1008. Archelaus A. Strange, CROC 5.11312.]

Pièces Originales, 1701. [de Morenas 1949 s.v. de Lestrange]

Pimhill Hundred Roll. [HL: 55, 121]

Pipe Rolls. The Great Roll of the Pipe. 59 volumes. London: Pipe Roll Society, 1883-1962. Years 31 Hen I (1130’1), 2-4 Hen II (1155-1158), 1 Ric I (1189’90), and 3 John (1201’2) were edited by Hunter, London: Record Commission. Years 6-21 Hen II (1159-1175), London: Pipe Roll Society. If a document is not in one of these editions, it remains in manuscript at the Public Record Office. These are the king’s annual accounts with the sheriffs of each county, including accounts of taxes paid to sheriffs by tenants in capite for fines, reliefs, and farm income; accounts of disbursements by sheriffs for repairs to the king’s castles, the purchase of ammunition and supplies, and the purchase of items authorized by the king’s writ. [8.68, 89-90; 12.19, 124; 14.3; 26.32; 27.83; Hen II: 77 & 110. Roger le Strange received £150 to raise infantry, 15 Edward I (1286’7): 1; HL: 202. 25 Hen III (1240’1): 3 dorso; 1 Ric I (1189’90): 150; 16 John (1214’5), Salop. HL: 27, 30, 32-34, 37, 39-40, 42, 54, 61-62, 65, 67, 70, 73, 87, 90, 103, 118, 146, 202.]

Placita Abb., s.v. Abbreviatorum Placitorum.

Placita Corone, 20 Edward I: 6 dorso; Salop, 16 dorso.

Placita de Quo Warranto Temporibus Edw. I, II, & III (1272-1377). In Curia Receptæ Scaccarij Westm. Asservata. London: Record Commission, 1818. [Record series, pages 679a, 683a; HL: 204.2-3]

Placita incerti temporis Regis Johannis (1199-1216). Actually, Easter Term, 6 Ric I (1195). [no. 60]

Placit. apud. Westm. 26 Hen III: 11.

Planché, J.R., F.S.A.

1852 The Pursuivant of Arms, or Heraldry Founded upon Facts. London: W.N. Wright, Bookseller to the Queen, 60, Pall Mall, 1852. [xii + 208 pages. Page 75, Seal of Richard de Varenne. ANJO, Figure, SL-VAREN.TIF.]

Plato (circa 427-circa 348 bc), Aristocles.

—— Symposium.

—— Laws.

Pleas of the Crown. [HL: 240]

Plea Rolls. [56 Hen III (1271’2): 11. HL: 42, 61, 63, 140, 185, 189.]

Plucknett, Theodore F.T.

1956 A Concise History of the Common Law. 5th edition. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.

Pointon, G.E.

1983 Editor and transcriber. BBC Pronouncing Dictionary of British Names. Second edition. Oxford, OXON: Oxford University Press, 1983.

Pollock, Michael E.

1984 Marriage Bonds of Henrico County, Virginia, 1782-1853. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. [HALI, RICO. Benjamin Strange, 18. John Strange, Rebecca Miles née Strange, 112.]

Pope, Charles Henry.

1900 The Pioneers of Massachusetts: A Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches, and other Contemporaneous Documents, 1600. Boston: Charles H. Pope. [126, 256, 298]

Portinaro, Pierluigi, and Franco Knirsch.

      1987 The Cartography of North America, 1500-1800, New York: Cresent Books. [Nova Tabula Virginiæ, a copperplate by William Blaeu, 1630, page 158, plate 74. BLIS, figure 2

Portrait and Biographical Record of Western Oregon. Chapman Publishing Company. [JDS3: viii]

Powel, ——.

—— Welsh Chronicles. [235]

Preedy, Frederick. A William Frederick Preedy was both the brother-in-law and distant cousin of Emilia Preedy, wife to Henry Styleman. He may have been her nephew.

ca 1870 Hunstanton Hall, Norfolk: Proposed [Alterations and] Additions. Drawings by Frederick Preedy, Architect, 13 York Place, Portman Square, London, W. [Le Strange Collection, OD.]

1871 Folder of drawings and plans of Hunstanton Hall. Includes measurements of Ground Floor, North Wing, Hunstanton Hall. Le Strange Collection, 24. i.

1878-1879. Cuttings and papers. Plans of Hunstanton Hall attics. Le Strange Collection, 31.

1880 Hunstanton Hall, Norfolk, First Floor Plan and Attic Plan. Includes a Ground Plan which appears to be a plan for alterations and additions, and not entirely a plan of structures then existing. Le Strange Collection, OD.

Prentiss County History.

PRO : Public Record Office.

Proceedings of the Society of Antiquarians. [2nd series, 15.17]

Provisions of Oxford. [HL: 124-125, 129, 143, 354]

Ptak, Diane Snyder, MS, C.A.L.S., UE, 12 Tice Road, Albany, NY 12203, 518-456-3370, 1997/8/1.

      1993 Surnames: Their Meaning and Origins. Albany, NY: 1993.

      1995 "Chasing Elusive Women: A Family Historian’s Guide." Copyright 1995. Reprint, EGH 1997/7-8: 10-16.

Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, 2.257.

Public Record Office (PRO), Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1LR, United Kingdom.

Puttock, A.G., Colonel.

1985 A Dictionary of Heraldry and Related Subjects. New York: Arco Publishing, Inc.


Quatern. [9.4, 11.6. Harleian MS 449; HL: 209.1.]


Quisenberry. Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Kentucky. [JDS3: xi]

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