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S.F.P.L. (SFPL), San Francisco Public Library.

S.P.R.S. (SPRS), s.v. Shropshire Parish Register Society.

Sacramentary : National Conference of Bishops, 1966.

Saint Asaph, Red Book of, s.v. Red Book.

Saint Florent Charter. [HL: 7-8]

Salmonson, Jessica Amanda.

1991 The Encyclopedia of Amazons: Women Warriors from Antiquity to the Modern Era. New York: Paragon House.

Salop Assizes. [5 John (1203’4): membrane 2, dorso; 6 Henry III (1221’2), m.9 dorso.]

Salop Chartulary. [Nos. 16, 301, 302b. HL: 31, 87, 156]

Sandars, Thomas Collett, M.A.

1868 The Institutes of Justinian with English Introduction, Translation, and Notes. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1952.

Sanders, ——.

1960 English Baronies: A Study of Their Origin and Descent. Oxford.

Savage, James.

1860-1862. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England showing Three Generations of those who came before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer’s Register. 4 volumes, 2,541 pages. Original, 1860-1862. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965. [4.220. LC #65-18541; R929.3/Sa92g.]

Savile, Cecil George, 4th Earl of Liverpool, and Compton Reade.

1908 The House of Cornwall. Hereford, 1908. [BLAC. Isabella Cornwall and her son Sir John Blount, Sheppard 1968: 12.12.]

Saxton, Christopher.

1574 Map of Norfolk. Printed by Taylowe Limited, 1969. [SBN 7141 0252 0]

Schreiner-Yantis, Netti, and Florene Speakman Love.

1987 The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Halifax County, Virginia. Partial reprint, The 1787 Census of Virginia, 405-441. Springfield, VA: Genealogical Books in Print.

Schusky, Ernest L., Southern Illinois University.

1972 Manual for Kinship Analysis. First edition, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965. Second edition, 1972.

Secundus [2us] Rot. comp., as quoted in Arch. Journ., 1851/3:8.46.

Sedgeford Charters, etc. [HL: 152]

Seligmann, Kurt (1900-1962).

1948 The History of Magic and the Occult. New York: Harmony Books, 1948. Reprint, 1975.

Sesquicentenniel Book, Clinton, IL (1835-1985) and DeWitt County (1839-1985). [Page 425. WAYN, Figure 30, Henry Clay STRANGE. Betzsold 1988.]

Settlement of Knockin and Hunstanton of 1309, s.v. Hunstanton Deed Documents. [HL: 256]

Shakespeare, William (1564-1616), dramatist and poet.

1592 The Tragedy of King Richard the Third (Richard III). [George Stanley de la Strange, 9th Lord Strange Baron of Knokyn, 5.3.59-65, 5.3.342-351. Rowse 1978: 2.208-287. Quoted in Extraneus, BLAC.88.

1595 The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, probably written in 1594 or 1595, but first mentioned in 1595.

1597 The First Part of King Henry the Fourth (Henry IV, Part I). [John Talbot, 10th Lord Strange of Blackmere, 4.7.60-76. Rowse 1978: 2.404-465. HL: 322. Quoted in Extraneus, KNOC.44-45.]

1598 Much Ado about Nothing.

1599 As You Like It.

Sharkey, P.A.

1928 The Heart of Ireland. A history of Roscommon, Leitrim, Sligo, and neighboring regions of Mayo. [500 pages. MOYS. Paul Brosnahan. Jerry L’Estrange, 1998/2/16.]

Shaw, ——.

—— Knights of England. [1.124]

Sheldon, W.H.

1936 Psychology and the Promethean Will. New York: Harper.

Shepherd, William R., late Professor of History, Columbia University.

1929 Shepherd’s Historical Atlas. 7th edition, 1929. 9th edition, revised and updated. Totowa, NJ: Barnes & Noble Books, 1964.

Sheppard, Walter Lee, Jr., Havertown, Pennsylvania.

1968 "A True Royal and Magna Carta Ancestral Line for Col. Richard Lee of Virginia." The Virginia Genealogist, 1968: 12.11-14. [BLAC]

Sherer, Julia Mae (née Smith; 1919).

1983 The Families of Henry Nail and Thomas Ray: Pioneers of Shelby County, Indiana. Shelbyville, IN: Nail-Ray and Allied Families Association, Rural Route 3, Box 63, Shelbyville, IN 46176.

1985 The Families of Henry Nail and Thomas Ray: Pioneers of Shelby County, Indiana. Supplement No. I: Additions and Corrections to the Original Book by the Same Title. Shelbyville, IN: Nail-Ray and Allied Families Association, Rural Route 3, Box 63, Shelbyville, IN 46176.

Shott, Janet Strang, 2105 Via Venado, LaCanada, CA 91011.

—— Strang Family Newsletter. [Juanita Alloway 1997/2/15.]

The Shotwell Papers. Volume 1. [JDS3: ix]

Shrewsbury Bailiffs’ Accounts. [HL: 166]

Shrewsbury Corporation, Manuscripts of. [HL: 250]

Shropshire, also s.v. Eyton 1854-1860.

Shropshire Archaelogical Society. [HL: 206]

Shropshire Assize Roll. [HL: 88]

Shropshire Assize Rolls. [October 1203, 5 John, 4 recto.]

Shropshire Churches, s.v. Cranage.

Shropshire Drawings of Ancient Monuments. [HL: 173]

Shropshire Forest Roll. [HL: 126]

Shropshire Parish Register Society (SPRS). Shropshire Parish Registers. W.G.D. Fletcher, M.A., F.S.A., Honorary Secretary. A series of parish register transcripts privately printed for the Shropshire Parish Register Society.

1906 Diocese of St. Asaph, Volume 1. W.P.W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L., General Editor. The Register of Selattyn, i-vii, 47-463 [Margy. Strange, 11; Eliz. Strange (Strainge), 43].

1907 Diocese of Lichfield, Volume 8. Transcribed by W.A. Cecil Sandford Thompson. Introduction by H.M. Auden. Wrockwardine, 1591-1812, viii, 1-311 [Ankaret Le Strange, iv; the family of le Strange, iii, iv; and John LeStrange, iii-iv & vi]. Moreton Say, 1691-1812, vii, 1-114 [No mention of Strange. R929.3/Sh87sl]

1913 Diocese of St. Asaph, Volume 3. The Register of Kinnerley, 1677 to 1812, i-xii, 1-313 [Ralph L’Estrange, iv; Knockin Castle, iii; Ness Strange, 87]. The Register of Knockin, 1661 to 1812, i-vi, 1-58 [John L’Estrange, iii; Ralph L’Estrange, iii]. [R929.3/Sh87ss/v.3]

1918 Diocese of Lichfield, Volume 17. St. Chad’s, Shrewsbury, Volume 3. [Several records. See Strange of Shrewsbury.]

Shropshire Roll of Tenants, temp. Edw. I. [HL: 186]

Simmons. Abstracts of Wills of South Carolina. [JDS3: ix]

Simpson, Matthew, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

1882 Cyclopædia of Methodism, Embracing Sketches of Its Rise, Progress and Present Condition, with Biographical Notices and Numerous Illustrations. Fifth revised edition, Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1882. [Rev. John Strange, 836. LOOG.]

Skelton, John W., Colonel, USAF, of Brightwood, VA.

1969 John Skelton. [JDS3: 533a-533b. Description of Harbour and Skelton lines of descent. NEWK, HALI.]

Skordas, Gust.

1968 Editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: An Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. [445. PILI 1985: 8510.445.]

Smith, Miss Helen Evertson.

1915 "Colonial Days and Ways." An article on Daniel L’Estrange (floruit 1672) of Orléans, Loiret Department. Reprint, Frost 1915: 1-10.

Smith, Shirley, alias Ella Curtis.

1885 Genealogy of Queen Victoria from Adam and Eve. [Interlibrary Loan searched, 1996/11/4.]

Smurthwaite, David.

1984 Battlefields of Britain. First published as The Ordnance Survey Complete Guide to the Battlefields of Britain. Exeter, Devon: Webb & Bower (Publishers), Limited, 1984. American edition, New York: Congdon & Weed, Inc., 1984. [118-119 & 122. DA50.558 1984; 914.1; 84-7609.]

Snettisham Charters, etc. [HL: 52]

Society of Genealogists, 37 Harrinton Gardens, London, S.W.7, letter dated 1966/12/17.

Somerby, Horatio G.

1850 "Passengers for Virginia, 1635." The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. January 1850: 4.1.61.

1860 Copier. "Emigrants for St. Christophers, &c." The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. October 1860: 14.4.347-359. [354. PILI 1985: 8835.354.]

Spalding. Spalding Memorial. [JDS3: xi]

Speed, John.

1627 An Atlas of Tudor England and Wales: Forty Plates from John Speed’s Pocket Atlas of 1627, introduced and described by E.G.R. Taylor. London: Penguin Books, 1951. 40 pages. [n.c.n.]

Spelman, Sir Henry (1562-1641). An English antiquary who married Eleanor le Strange.

1626-1665. Glossarium Archaiologicum. Completed by his son, Sir John Spelman, and Dugdale.

1639-1664. Concilia Ecclesiastica Orbis Britannici. Also left incomplete.

1698 Reliquiæ Spelmannianæ. An edition of Spelman’s incomplete works, with a biography, by Bishop Edmund Gibson. Oxford. [200. Marshall’s.]

Stapeldon, ——, Bishop of Bath and Wells.

Stapeldon’s Register, Bishop. [HL: 287. JRM 1986: 206.]

Statute Merchant Bond, s.v. Hunstanton Deed Documents, 1309/8/8. [HL: 256, 260-262, 271.]

Statute of Mortmain. [HL: 209, 232]

Stenning. Register of Westminster School. [221]

Stewart. Index of Virginia Genealogies. [JDS3: xi]

Stoate, T.L. See also A.J. Howard.

1979 Devon Lay Subsidy Rolls, 1524-7, Bristol: Lower Court, Almondsbury, 1979.

1982 Devon Hearth Tax Return, Lady Day 1674. Bristol: Lower Court, Almondsbury, 1982.

Strang, Everett N. (1892-1983).

1966 "The Strang Family of Southern New Jersey," Genealogies of New Jersey Families. 2 volumes. Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 1966.

1967 "The Strang Family of Southern Jersey - Part II," manuscript papers from Special Collections, Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Rutgers University Library, New Brunswick, NJ. The continuation pertains to the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth generations of Strang.

1968 Circa 1968. "Strang Charts," manuscript papers from Special Collections, Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Rutgers University Library, New Brunswick, NJ. [3 charts, one with a long note on its verso.]

1969 Circa 1969. "Research of Everett N. Strang Showing the Possibility that the Emigrant, John Strang, Could Have Been Scotch."

1996 Revised 1996. "The Strang Family of Southern New Jersey," posthumously revised, under the editorship of Doris F. Ritzinger and Hildegarde Strang Evoy. Genealogies of New Jersey Families. 2 volumes. Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, 1996: 1.

Strang, Herbert, a pseudonym used by the collaborators C. James L’Estrange (died 1947) and George Herbert Ely (died 1958). [Brian Doyle, editor, Who’s Who of Children’s Literature. Schocken, 1968: 255-256. Louis 1971: 8.201, 401.]

Strang, John (died circa 1831), of Peekskill, New York, lawyer.

ca 1831 Strang Manuscript, purportedly entitled, A Memorandum of the family of Daniel L’Estrange and of Charlotte his wife, who escaped from France in the year 1685, in the time of the persecution under Lewis XIV and came to America 1688 and settled at New Rochelle in the County of Westchester then Province of New York. Submitted by Rev. Charles W. Baird of Rye, New York. New York Record. 1871. Reprint, Frost 1915: 11-23. [Baird 1885: 102.n1]

Strang, Evoy, and Ritzinger 1996 : Strang, Everett N., revised 1996.

Strange, John (1795-1863), alias Geoffrey Crayon. [BALC 1.1*]

—— A Glance at the Exhibition of Works of Living Artists, under the Patronage of the Glasgow Dilettante Society by Geoffrey Crayon.

—— Necropolis Glasguensis.

1831 Germany in 1831. 2 volumes. Published 1836.

—— "Glasgow," Encyclopaedia Britannica. 8th edition.

1855 Glasgow and Its Clubs.

1863 Travelling Notes of an Invalid in Search of Heath.

Strang, Doctor John, D.D. (1584-1654) [BALC 2.11]

1657 De Voluntate et Actionibus Dei circa Peccatum (‘Of the Will and Actions of God in Respect to Sin’). Amsterdam.

1663 De Interpretatione et Perfectione Scripturæ, una cum opusculis de Sabbato (‘Of Interpretation and Perfection of Scriptures, together with a Short Treatise on the Sabbath’). Rotterdam.

Strange, Adelaide W., and David A. Strange.

1989 Latin in Everyday Reading. Manzanita Press. [128 pages]

Strange, Allen.

1982 Electronic Music Systems: Techniques & Controls. Second edition. William C. Brown. [288 pages]

Strange, Alexander (1818-1876), British scientist. [James Gerald Crowther, Statesmen of Science. Dufour, 1966: 237-269. Biography and portrait. Louis 1968: 7.642.]

Strange, Alexander Taylor (I; A.T.; 1850-1932).

1911 Strange: Biographical and Historical Sketches of the Stranges of America and Across the Seas (abbreviated ATS). Hillsboro, Illinois. Privately printed for A.T. Strange by The Hillsboro Journal sometime between May and October, 1911, this seminal work on Strange genealogy in America has been the foundation for several subsequent works, including Extraneus, and the writings of John Drake Strange III and George Garnett Strange. [Pagination commences from the book cover, 137 pages + viii back matter, photographs, oilcloth binding. CS71.S898 1911. Perhaps IGI Source 975.543.V2N, Printout 0883672.] For the purposes of annotation and indexing, the following copies and editions have been named.

Algian Edition (Algian ATS), the copy with copious handwritten corrections and interpolations by the author and many clippings added by his son Algy’s family, ex libris Colonel William Alexander Barton of San Antonio, Texas. [The earliest handwritten notation was dated 1911/10/18, and the last notation was dated 1947/11/21.]

Eurian Edition (Eurian ATS), the copy owned by his son Eury’s family, very sparsely annotated in pencil by Floy Belle Strange and her sister Myrtle Smith, ex libris John R. Mayer. [Few notes.]

Maddoxian Edition (Maddoxian ATS), a partial typescript without photographs, edited and indexed by Joseph T. Maddox, and printed as Section Two of George Garnett Strange’s work (Irwington, Georgia: 1974). [Section Two, i + 64 pages + v index. Section numbering is identical to original ATS; pagination differs.]

Hankins Edition (Hankins ATS), a series of reprints that continue to appear periodically in Mrs. Hankin’s newsletters.

1913 Gresham: Biographical and Historical Sketches of the Greshams of America and Across the Seas. Hillsboro, Illinois. An ‘Algian edition’ of this book likewise exists, and Colonel William A. Barton mailed a copy of it to the author on 1988/9/1; but pages 49-52 are missing. Like its Strange counterpart, the Algian book is annotated with corrections and amendments handwritten by A.T. Strange.

1918 Editor. History of Montgomery County. Volume II of Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Newton Bateman, LL.D., and Paul Selby, A.M., and History of Montgomery County, edited by Alexander Taylor Strange. 2 volumes. Chicago: Munsell Publishing Company. An autobiographical sketch appears on pages 1164-1165 in which A.T. claims a Scottish ancestry to Strang of the Orkney Isles, through the Hunstanton le Stranges, and other Stranges in London. [xxiv + 574 pages]

1923 Strange Historic Epochs. Elsewhere called Strangea, Alexander’s genealogical notebook in manuscript. Hillsboro, IL: 1923/10/14. [Loose-leaf manuscript; ex libris John R. Mayer, San Francisco.]

ca 1925 Anecdotes and Old Customs. Edited and annotated by Roberta Strange Walton, 1988. A typescript of A.T. Strange’s reminiscences about his own childhood, dedicated to other children. [vi + 52 + viii back matter]

Strange, Charles A., 2 Rock Road, Morningside, Milford, CT 06460, 203-874-2111.

1972 "The Strangs of Westchester," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 1967/10-1972/1: 98.4.199-204, 99.1.8-10, 99.3.165-172, 99.4.202-206, 100.1.29-34, 100.2.80-86, 100.3.161-165, 100.4.205-210, 101.1.26-32, 101.2.91-97, 101.3.134-141, 102.2.89-94, 102.3.164-168, 102.4.221-227, 103.1.13-15. [15 parts.]

1982 Strang Family Newsletter. [Discontinued in October 1982. Some copies reposited at Iowa Genealogical Society Library, Des Moines, IA. Juanita Alloway 1997/2/15.]

Strange, Charles Hilbert, F.R.I.B.A.

1948 The Stranges of Tunbridge Wells. Printed for private circulation. Tunbridge Wells: Hepworth & Co., Ltd. [17 pages, (leaf of plates?), folded genealogical table, 23cm. Yale Center for British Art, Box 2120, Yale Station, New Haven, CT 06520. CS439/S92/1948/LC. NS0986937.]

Strange, Chuck (1950), stunt man. K. Chapin, "Strange Stunts." Sports Illustrated, 1979/3/12: 50.68-72+, illustrations, portrait. [Louis 1980: 11.752]

Strange, David A., s.v. Strange, Adelaide W.

Strange, Doris Dell, 1750 Vann Terrace, Atwater, CA 95301.

1972 Genealogy of the Strange Family. An unidentified, and undated mimeographed genealogy of the descendants of Ignatius Strange, 18 pages. [Authored by Doris Dell Strange, in collaboration with her sister Dorothy Bellante, about 1970-1972. Gerald Connor 1997.]

Strange, E.

1987 Alphabets - Lettering with Historical Descriptions. 3d edition. Saifer. [335 pages, illustrated]

Strange, Edward Fairbrother (1862-1929).

—— Compiler. Catalog of Illuminated Manuscripts. Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington.

1906 Hokusai: the Old Man Mad with Painting. Langham Series, 17. London: Siegel, Hill, 1906. Reprint, Folcroft, PA: Folcraft Library Editions, 1977. [71 pages, 9 leaves of plates, illustrated, 22 cm]

ca 1908 Hiroshige’s Woodblock Prints: A Guide. Fine Art, History of Art Series. Reprint, Dover, 1983. [336 pages, illustrations]

Strange, Dr. Eury Boone (E.B.; 1878-1947), D.D.S.

ca 1900 Oration: "Purpose in Life." A manuscript for oratory composed at Lincoln University (L.U.), written in a Mammouth Composition Book with an ornate cover, decorated with lilies and an Iron Cross. Nine pages at the beginning are cut out, but the text appears to begin properly, and we assume that the missing pages may have been his rough draft. The last two pages were torn out, causing the text to end abruptly with the words, "There must be no lingering on Idle Islands, no cruising about in Blissful Bays, no folding of the hands and relaxing of ... "

1900 Zoology: L.U. (Lincoln University), Fall 1900. Professor Oglesvee. Laboratory notes and drawings.

Strange, Florence P.

1977 Rock-a-Bye Whale. A children’s book for kindergarden through 4th grade. Manzanita Press. [illustrations]

1984 Pernsteiners in America: A Genealogy. Manzanita Press. [288 pages, $45]

Strange, Gaylord, Route 2, Box 328, Eldon, MO 65026-9543, 1993/3/1.

—— 1880 Franklin Township, Miller County, MO, census. [ix + 111 pages]

—— 1900 Franklin Township, Miller County, MO, census. [iv + 50 pages]

1982 Descendents of John W. Strange. Eldon, MO: Gaylord Strange, 1982/9/14. [124 pages]

Strange, George Garnett (1874-1956).

1950 Nails Creek Baptist Church: A Short Historical Sketch, by G.G. Strange. [46 pages. La Retama Library, Corpus Christi, TX. Cox 1997.]

1955 Some Georgia Stranges and Kinsfolk. [10 pages.]

1956 Descendants of Seth Strange and Allied Families of Franklin County, Georgia (Part One) and The Source and Pioneers (Part Two; Maddoxian ATS, s.v. Strange, Alexander Taylor; both parts abbreviated GGS). Edited and indexed by Joseph T. Maddox. Irwinton, Georgia: Joseph T. Maddox, 1974. [Part One, 74 pages + vii index (with 7 plates?). Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, IN, Gc929.2/St 80501s.]

Strange, H.E. (perhaps Hubert Ellis).

—— Weather Summary, Hawaiian Area, 1926-1939. U.S. Office of Naval Operations.

Strange, Heather.

1981 Rural Malay women in Tradition & Transition. Praeger. [288 pages]

1987 et alii. Aging & Cultural Diversity: New Directions. Bergin & Garvey. [352 pages, annotated bibliography]

Strange, Herb F.

Strange, Rear Admiral Hubert Ellis (1903).

1972 Strang(e) Genealogy: Scotland, North Carolina. Annapolis, MD: 1972. [Typescript, parts illegible. 26 pages. Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, IN, Gc929.2/St 8052S]

Strange, Ian J., English ornithologist.

1976 Bird Man: An Autobiography. Gordon and Cremonesi. [182 pages, illustrations, maps]

1981 Penguin World. Children’s book, grades 7 through 11. Putnam Publishing Group.

1983 The Falkland Islands. David & Charles. [296 pages, illustrations]

1985 The Falklands. Children’s book, grades 7 through 11. Putnam Publishing Group.

Strange, James.

—— James Strange’s Journal & Narrative of the Commercial Expedition from Bombay to the Northwest Coast of America. Reprint, Ye Galleon, 1982. [142 pages]

Strange, James D., forester. [Fellows of the Soil Conservation Society of America, portrait. Soil and Water Conservation, 1967/7: 22.165-166. Louis 1971: 8.]

Strange, Jerry D., and Bernard J. Rice.

1970 Analytical Geometry & Calculus With Technical Applications. Wiley. [462 pages]

Strange, Sir John (1696-1754).

—— Sir John Strange, Andrew Wiggin, and six other gentlemen, a committee of the House of Representatives of the province of New Hampshire, petitioners and complainants. Against Jonathan Belcher, Esq., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the said province, under His Majesty, respondent. New Hampshire [Colony] Assembly, House of Representatives.

Strange, J., Sir

Strange’s Reports. An inventory of Dabney Carr’s library in Virginia included a copy of Strange’s Reports, 2 volumes, valued at £1 10s. [VMHB, 2.225] The standard citation form for this work is the abbreviation ‘Strange,’ and it is commonly known in the United States as Strange’s English King’s Bench Reports. [Black’s Law Dictionary]

Strange, John Drake, III.

1965 The Cherished Heritage of Our Family. Tulsa, OK. [Mimeographed book, 130 pages, 10 illustrations.] Part One, the ancestry of the author’s great-grandmother, a Cherokee Indian. Part Two, the author’s descent from Alexander Strange of New Kent County, VA.

1968-now. Letters to John R. Mayer.

1972 Strange: A History of the Strange-LeStrange Family (abbreviated JDS3). Tulsa, OK: John Drake Strange III, 1972. Copyright 1974. [xii + 688 pages + xii bibliographic references, with 27 plates and illustrations, 29 cm. CS71.S898 1974; 74-193229; MARC. Confer ESQU, sub Edmund le Strange, where JDS3 perhaps corresponds to the secondary source for records labeled with IGI Batch Numbers 7920330.23 and 8514905.59, both dated before February 1988.]

Strange, Joseph.

1851 Editor. Dialogus miraculorum by Caesar of Heiterbach. Bonn. [Boswell 1980: 182.]

Strange, Julie M.

1987 Shock-Trauma Care Plans. Springhouse Publications. [382 pages, illustrations]

Strange, Lieutenant-Colonel L.A., D.S.O., M.C., D.F.C.

1933 Recollections of an Airman. London: John Hamilton Ltd. [Frontispiece]

Strange, L.R.

1980 Human Influences in African Pastureland Environments With Special Reference to the Arid and Semiarid Pastoral Regions of Eastern Africa. Unipub. [102 pages]

1980 An Introduction to African Pastureland Production with Special Reference to Farm and Rangeland Environments of Eastern Africa. Unipub. [204 pages]

Strange, Lewis Alexander Alloway (L.A.A.; 1878).

1911 The Strange Families Ancestral Notes: A Short Review, 1148-1862. La Fontaine, KS. [20 pages.]

1911 The Stranges and Their Names. Lafontaine, KS: 1911/2/28. Reprint, Maddoxian ATS: 65-66.

Strange, M. Robert, Boniface C. Strange, et al. M. Robert Strange, natus Robert Lewis Strange, alias Marcian Strange, a cousin of Father Bernard Lawrence Strange (1906-1987).

1961 "Commentary on the Books of Amos, Osee, and Michea," Pamphlet Bible Series, #26. New York: Paulist Press.

1962 "Temptations," Worship, 1962: 36.227-234.

1962 "The Worldliness of the Psalms," Worship, 1962: 36.566-573.

1962 "King Herod in a Representative Role," The Bible Today, 1962: 1.188-193.

1963 Couples of the Bible. Notre Dame, IN: Fides Press.

1967 "Josue (Joshua), Son of Nun," and "Josue (Joshua), Book of," in New Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: McGraw Hill.

1967 "Marriage and Celibacy," Resonance, 1967: 4.74-86.

1968 "Commentary on Job and Qoheleth," Old Testament Reading Guide, #27. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

1969 The Question of Moderation in Ecclesiastes 7:15-18. Doctoral thesis, Catholic University, Washington, DC. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms.

1970 "Atheism in the Bible," Resonance, 1970: 5.18-29.

1971 "God and Laughter," Worship, 1971: 45:1-12.

1975 "The Ups and Downs of Adult Education Council," Focus on Indiana Libraries, 1975: 6, Spring-Summer.

1977 A Strange History. Genealogical research by M. Robert Strange. Genealogical list compiled by Isabel O’Maley Carson and James Carson. Designed and illustrated by Wanda Lee Jacobs Strange. Clarksville, TN: Josten’s. [Abbreviated MRS. 144 pages + index. 77-92609.]

1980 A Strange History Supplement, I. Prepared by James and Isabel Carson and Robert and Wanda Strange. August 1980.

Strange, Marcian.

—— Amos, Osee & Michae. Paulist Press.

Strange, Merl E.

1970 Letter to Mrs. E.B. Strange, 1970/4/5. CALE.

Strange, Marty.

1988 Family Farming: Conflict and Hope in American Agriculture. University of Nebraska Press. [xii + 311 pages]

Strange, Mary A., and Elizabeth Bacon Fitzgerald.

1970 The Bourne(s) Families of Ireland. xxiv + 306 pages. The Stramar Corporation, 1970. LC 76-104075. [Pages 144-145: Biographies of Mary Van Nortwick Strange née Alstead, and her children. RECK 13.1311111242241. CS499/B73/1970 CS]

Strange, Michael. Michael Strange was the pseudonym of Mrs. Leonard T. Thomas, second wife of John Barrymore from 1920 to 1928.

—— Clair de Lune, a play.

Strange, Nora Kathleen.

NKS Nora Kathleen Strange’s 1947 work, below.

1947 Jacobean Tapestry (abbreviated NKS). London & New York: Stanley Paul & Co., Ltd. [147 pages. Portrait of Lady Strange - Isabella, frontispiece. Portrait of Sir Robert Strange, facing 40. JACO, Figure 1, Sir Robert Strange, SIRROBT. Portrait of Sir Thomas Strange, facing 112. Portrait of Lady Strange - Louisa, facing 128. NE642.S8S8]

Strange, Orman Morton (1901-1965), engineer. [National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. 1971: 53: 415-416, portrait, autograph. Louis 1974: 9.680.]

Strange, Richard E., college professor and band director. "They Are Making America Musical." School Musician, 1974/11: 46.4, portrait. [Louis 1977: 10.732]

Strange, The Honorable Robert (1796-1854), LL.D. (1840), Member of the North Carolina General Assembly (1822-1823 & 1826), Judge of Superior Court (1826-1836), U.S. Senator of NC (1836; resigned 1840).

---- 10 poems printed in Wood Notes by Mary Bayard Clarke.

---- Eoneguski; or, The Cherokee Chief. A novel.

1912 "The Music of the Heart" and "Earth’s Lullaby to Her Children", two poems in North Carolina Poems: Selected and Edited, with an Introduction, Notes and Biographical Sketches by Eugene Clyde Brooks. Raleigh, NC: The Mutual Publishing Company for North Carolina Education. [136-137. FAYE.]

Strange, Robert J. ‘Doctor Bob,’ M.D., of Central City, NE. In the mid 1980s, Dr. Strange reported to several genealogists that he was compiling an extremely large history of the Stranges in three or more volumes. In July 1988 he could not be contacted in Central City, and has apparently relocated.

Strange, Roderick.

1986 The Catholic Faith. Oxford University Press. [192 pages]

1981 Newman and the Gospel of Christ. Oxford Theological Monographs. Oxford University Press.

Strange, Shell.

1976 Illustrator. A Long Way Back by Neal Grace. Terrero, NM: Strange Grace Creative Arts.

Strange, Stephen B.

1985 Boss 429 Performance Mustang Style. Boss Performance. [100 pages]

Strange, Susan.

1986 Casino Capitalism. Basil Blackwell. [250 pages]

Strange, Sir Thomas Andrew Lumisden (1756-1841), Kt., B.A. (1778), M.A. (1782), D.C.L. (1818). [ORKN 6.212147]

1825 Elements of Hindu Law. 2 volumes. Octavio. 4th edition with introduction by John Dawson Mayne, 1864. London. [250-251. Maddoxian ATS: 4.2, 6.4, 98.58, 101.61. NKS: 115.]

ca 1835 Strange’s English King’s Bench Reports. [Cited as Strange in Black’s Law Dictionary]

Strange, Thomas B.

1988 Gunner Jingo’s Jubilee. Western Canadian Reprints Series. University of Alberta Press. Reprint, University of Nebraska Press, 1988.

Strange, Thomas Bland (1831), s.v. McCourt, Edward A.

Strange de Jim.

1980 The Strange Experience: How to Become the World’s Second Greatest Lover. San Francisco: Ash-Kar Press. [192 pages]

Strangeways, Pedigree of, s.v. Rogers-Harrison.

Straughan, Darrel, South 708 Piece Street, Spokane, WA 99206, 509-926-3581.

—— The Straughan. This compilation of Straughan families in America traces the origin to Strachan of Thornton, about ad 1200.

Strauss, Claude Lévi-.

1949 Les Structures élémentaires de la Parenté. Translated as The Elementary Structures of Kinship, by James Harle Bell, John Richard von Sturmer, and Rodney Needham. Boston: Beason Press, 1967.

Strong, Albert.

1931 Strongs of Strongsville.

Strong, Alec.

1984 The Strongs From Donegal. Byron Bay, Australia: 1984.

Strong, C.

—— Historiette of Methodism in Cork. [Garrett Theological Seminary, Evanston, IL. David B. Strong.]

Strong, Dale G.

1983 The Descendants of John Strong and Martha Watson of Drumhome Parish, Co. Donegal, Ireland. Cassatt, SC: privately published, 1983. [David B. Strong.]

Strong, David B.

1996 The LeStranges of Salop, England. [MS]

Strong, David B., William L. Strong, and Dale G. Strong.

1997 Irish Strongs Database, including 2,000 records from the fifteenth century to the present.

Strong, David Bruce.

1987 The Strongs of Tuckersmith Township, Huron County, Ontario, Canada. Burlington, WA: privately published, 1987. [Revision of an earlier work by Dan Jerrol Strong, 1975. David B. Strong.]

Strong, Esther (1885/9/21-1970/8/27), a genealogist of Strong of South Carolina. She was an Associate Reformed Presbyterian missionary, and did not marry.

—— Strong and Allied Families, published by Virginia Draffin Waites. [David B. Strong, 1997/2/13.]

Strong, Frederick.

—— Biography of John Stoughton Strong. [Indiana University Library]

Strong, Frederick Augustus.

—— Descendants of Edward Grannis. [Library of Congress. David B. Strong.]

Strong, George.

—— Heraldry of Herefordshire. [Cleveland Public Library. University of California, Berkeley. David B. Strong.]

Strong, James Jesse.

—— Sketch of Ancestry. [Cleveland Public Library. State Historical Society of Wisconsin. David B. Strong.]

Strong, Jarvis A., founded the Strong Family Association of America (SFAA) at Dorchester, MA, in 1975.

Strong, Jeanne Waters.

—— Strong Men and Strong Women. [Containing Strong and Strange records of Devon, Somerset, and Dorset. Martha F. Strong 1997/9/27.]

Strong, Lyle V., and Robert S. Strong, compilers.

1996 Strong Family Histories, Volume V. Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1996. [Robert S. Strong, Strong Family Association of America, 8300 Five Point Highway, Eaton Rapids, MI 48829-9060. $40 ppd. Contributors: Gary R. Smith, Mrs. Janette Anderson Gibbs, Mrs. Hattie Knight Berch, Mrs. Carmen Marble Lewis, Robert W. Strong.]

Strong, William L.

1989 A Genealogist’s History of Ireland. 1989, 1996. [19 pages.]

Strong, William L.

1989 History and Genealogy of the Strong Family of Medonte Township, Ontario, Canada. First edition, Dunnville, Ontario: 1989.

Strong Family Association of America (SFAA), founded by Jarvis A. Strong at Dorchester, MA, in 1975. [Confer Benjamin W. Dwight] The SFAA has adopted the eagle displayed as its coat-of-arms, despite its genesis in the double-headed eagle of Manson, and has adopted the similarly alien motto, Tentanda via est, "The Way Must Be Tried."

1989 Volume I, The Jedediah Line from Elder John Strong. SFAA, 1989/7. [1,162 pages, 35,000 names. An update of this work was scheduled for 1989/6/15, by the Strong Family Association of America, Mary S. Topel, 10451 N. Lynn, Apartment A, Mira Loma, CA 91752. Genealogical Helper, 1988/11-12: 42.]

1990 Volume II, The Thomas Line from Elder John Strong. SFAA, 1990/6. [Descendants of Thomas Strong.]

1992 Volume III, Some of the Descendants of Nine of the Children of Elder John Strong. SFAA, 1992/6. [Includes some descendants of the nine children John Strong junior, Abigail, Hannah, Experience, Samuel, Sarah, Hester or Esther, Thankful, and Jerijah Strong.]

1995 Volume IV, Some of the Descendants of the Remaining Elder John Strong Children. SFAA, 1995/4. [Includes some descendants of Return, Ebenezer, Elizabeth, and Mary Strong, as well as descendants of John Strong’s sister Eleanor Strong Dean, and John Strong’s first cousin Jane Stronge Hopkins.]

1996 Volume V, Some of the Descendants of Strong Families That Are Known Not to Be Descended from Elder John Strong. SFAA, 1996/5. [$40]

Strong Family Organization, The Jacob, 2715 E. Banbury Road, Salt Lake City, Utah.

1980 The Descendants of Jacob Strong, and his wives Sarah Hill and Alice Fish Bury Walsh. Salt Lake City, UT: The Jacob Strong Family Organization, 1980. [David B. Strong]

Strong Genealogy Home Page.

1997 Strong Genealogy Home Page, Geocities, incepit 1997/5/15. Webmaster Bill Strong. []

Strong Mail List.

1996 Strong Mail List. Robert T. Strong, Jr., Moderator. [E-mail subscription to, available through Strong Genealogy Home Page,]

Strongs of Nether-Stronge, author unknown. This was some fanciful tale based on the legend of a Strong origin at the fictive Nether-Stronge, corresponding to Nether Stowey, Somerset. [SFAA. Martha F. Strong 1997/10/3.]

Styleman, Rev. Armine.

1804-1808. Day Books. Diaries. [LA29-37]

Suffolk Fee Rolls. [HL: 214]

Suffolk Feet of Fines. Walter Rye. [29]

Suffolk Manorial Families. [2.173, 175. Whitmore. JDS3: vii]

Sureties. Volumes 5 and 23. [JDS3: viii]

Surrey, Earl of: Henry Howard (1517-1547). [PROS 589]

Swem, E.G., Librarian of the College of William and Mary

1936 Virginia Historical Index. 2 volumes. Roanoke, VA: The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company, 1936. [An index of C=Calendar of Virginia State Papers, H=Hening’s Statutes of Virginia, N=Lower Norfolk County Virginia Antiquary, R=Virginia Historical Register, T=Tyler’s Historica and Genealogical Quarterly, V=Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, W(1)=first series, and W(2)=second series. Contains citations for the surnames L’Estrange, LeStrange, Strange, Stranger, Strangers, Strangeways, Straunger, Straynge.]

Symonds, John Addington.

1883 A Problem in Greek Ethics, Being an Inquiry into the Phenomenon of Sexual Inversion, Addressed Especially to Medical Psychologists and Jurists. Written 1873. Privately printed 1883. Reprint, London, 1901. Reprint, Male Love: A Problem in Greek Ethics and Other Writings. New York: Pagan Press, 1983, pages xix-xxiv and 1-74.

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