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Tapsell, R.F. (1936-).
1983 Compiler. Monarchs, Rulers, Dynasties, and Kingdoms of the World. New York: Facts On File Publications. [D107.T36 1983; REF 920.02/T169m]
Tennessee Historical Society Quarterly. Volume 3. [JDS3: ix]
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1977 Editor. Passengers to America: a Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Histoical and Genealogical Register. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1977. Reprint, with new indexes, 1978. [92. PILI 1985: Source 9151.]
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Testa de Nevill or Liber Feodorum. Salop Assize, October 1227. London: Record Commission, 1907. [45, 48-49, 54, 56 & 88a, 169, 289b. HL: 24, 32, 85, 94, 105, 143, 180-182.]
Tertullian (ad circa 160-circa 230), the church father famous for his statement, Creo quia absurdum est I believe because it is absurd. [HL]
1972 "The Manx and Their Isle of Man," National Geographic Magazine, 1972: 142.3.426-429. [John Drummond of Megginch, 15th Lord Strange]
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Thoms, William John (1803-1885). An English antiquary who founded and edited Notes and Queries, 1849-1872.
1839 Anecdotes and Traditions Illustrative of Early English History and Literature, Derived from Manuscript Sources. An edition of 141 of the more decent stories in Merry Passages and Jests (pages 1-79), with an article by J.G. Nichols attributing the collection to Sir Nicholas le Strange III, 1st Baronet of Hunstanton (pages xi-xxviii). Camden Society, Series 1, No. 5. London: J.B. Nichols & Son for the Camden Society. [DA20/R8/v. 5]
1829 An Historical Essay on the Magna Charta of King John: To Which Are Added, the Great Charter in Latin and English; the Charters of Liberties and Confirmations, Granted by Henry III and Edward I; The Original Charter of Forests; and Various Authentic Instruments Connected with Them; Explanatory Notes on Their Several Privileges; A Descriptive Account of the Principal Originals and Editions Extant, Both in Print and Manuscript; and Other Illustrations, Derived from the Most Interesting and Authentic Sources. London: John Major, 1829. Special edition, The Legal Classics Library, Division of Gryphon Editions, Ltd., Post Office Box 76108, Birmingham, AL 35253, 1982. [Drawings by W.H. Brooke, W. Harvey, J. Thurston, et alii. Engravings by G.W. Bonner, R. Branston, W. Hughes, H. White, et alii.]
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Tout, Professor Thomas F., authority on Welsh history who frequently assisted Hamon le Strange. [HL: vi, 7, passim.]
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Tryon and Lincoln Counties, North Carolina. [JDS3: ix]
Tylers Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, edited by Dr. Lyon G. Tyler. 10 volumes. 1919-1929. [Indexed in Swem 1936.]
U.S. Constitution. The result of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, designed to replace the Articles of Confederation (1781), and ratified in March 1789.
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ca 1916 Reported to be planning a book on the descendants of John and Sarah (née Gedfield) Strang. [Frost 1916: xi; 44.135]
Uris, Leon, author of the best-selling novels Trinity and Exodus, wrote some travel handbooks, and was acquainted with some LEstrange history in Ireland. [Philip LeStrange 1996/6/5]
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Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, edited by Dr. Philip G. Bruce through Volume 6, and thereafter by Dr. William G. Stanard. 1894-1930. 38 volumes. [VMHB. Indexed in Swem 1936.]
1914 "Le Strange Papers at Hunstanton Hall," VMHB, 22.421-422.
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1925 Editor, under the direction of Albert Nelson Marquis. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy: First Families in America, A Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United States. Volume 1. Chicago: A.N. Marquis & Co., Publishers. [R929/V819a v.1-7]
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1930 Editor. The Compendium of American Genealogy: The Standard Genealogical Encyclopedia of the First Families in America. Volume 4. Chicago: The Virkus Company, Genealogical Publishers. [James & Robert Strange, 4.227; John Strange, 545; "Elder" John Strong (circa 1610-1699), 4.770]
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1937 Editor. Volume 6 of Compendium. [Daniel Strang, 6.133]
1942 Editor. Volume 7 of Compendium. [Daniel Strang, 7.78; James & Robert Strange, 404]
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