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W.M.H.C. [whose full name is unknown].

1864 Le Strange Pedigree, from its origin to A.D. 1310. Dated 1864/1/1. Le Strange Collection, ??.

ca 1864 Royal Pedigree, showing the descent of Henry L’Estrange Styleman le Strange from Charlemagne, King Egbert of England, Rollo the Dane, King Robert Bruce of Scotland, and Alphonso VII, King of Castille and Leon. [Le Strange Collection, ??.]

Waite, Arthur Edward, P.M., P.Z.

1970 A New Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry (Ars Magna Latomorum) and of Cognate Instituted Mysteries, Their Rites, Literature and History. Reprint, New York: Weathervane Books.

Wakeman, ----.

1899 History of the Church of England. 6th edition. [102]

Walford, Edward, M.A.

1868 The County Families of the United Kingdom, or Royal Manual of the Titled and Untitled Aristocracy of Great Britain and Ireland. 4th edition, greatly enlarged. London: Robert Hardwicke, 192 Piccadilly.

Walker. Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois. [JDS3: xi]

Wall, James Thomas, III, 2511 North Stuart Street, Arlington, VA 22207-5163, 703-524-2198.

1995 "Summary of an Early Lawsuit," Smith vs. Lusk, Ash, Strange, et cetera, Ancestral News, Fall 1995: 20.3.122-124. Ancestral Trails Historical Society, Post Office Box 573, Vine Grove, KY 40175-0573. [HARD 2:42.]

Walters, Dorothy A., née Dorothy Freeman, 1030 East Butler Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85020.

—— All About Us. ["The Kent County, Virginia Stranges," pages 100-101. Amitie County Library. Joe Burton 1997/2/18.]

Walton, Lord Howard de.

1900 Some Feudal Lords and Their Seals. De Walden Library. [Seal of John le Strange V of Knockin--depicting him in armor, with sword, on a horse decorated with his arms--, which was attached to the famous 1301 letter to the Pope, on cord xii, A23, page 85; HL: plate V, facing 370, photo 3. Seal of Roger le Strange of Ellesmere attached to the same letter, on cord A65, page 140; HL: idem, photo 2; British Museum Catalogue of Seals, 2.11.315. Seal of Fulk le Strange of Blackmere, on cord A63, page 166; HL: idem, photo 4; British Museum Catalogue of Seals, 2.770.9521. The last two seals were once displayed at the Museum of the Public Record Office, HL: 370.]

Walton, Roberta Lee (née Strange; 1916), s.v. Strange, Alexander Taylor, circa 1925.

Watkins, John.

1792 An Essay towards the History of Bideford in the County of Devon. Exeter: E. Grigg. [Leigh Lambert 1996/7/26]

Watkins, Mildred De Weir Smith. Ancestor Hunting. [JDS3: xi]

Water’s Genealogical Gleanings in England. 2 volumes. [JDS3: x]

Waverley, Annals of. [HL: 137]

Way, Barbara Jean, née Mayer.

1995 The Family of Charles John Mayer. Saginaw, MI: 3159 Wintergreen Drive West, 48603, 517-792-7379, 1995/1/22. [HILL 10.1151162441]

Weaver / Weever, ——.

1631. Ancient Funeral Monuments within Great Britain, &c. 1st edition, 1631. Commonly known as Weaver’s Funeral Monuments. [Inscription recorded by Weever, but now defaced, from the tomb in Hillingdon, MIDDLX, famous for its brass, still extant (illustrated, HL: plate IX, 346; JRM 1986: 78), showing the family of John IX (1444-1479), 8th Lord Strange of Knokyn (1449), 530; quoted in HL: 346. 530. "Inscriptions at Hunstanton," 545. HL: 345.1-346. CROC.]

Weber, Eugene.

1990 The Western Tradition. UCLA. [Television series of lectures.]

Webber, Max (1864-1920), translated by A.M. Henderson and Talcott Parsons, edited with introduction by Talcott Parsons.

1947 Max Weber: The Theory of Social and Economic Organization. New York: Oxford University Press.

Webster, Noah (obiit 1841).

1806 A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language, a facsimile of the first (1806) edition, with introduction by Philip B. Gove. Crown Publishers, New York: 1970.

1828 An American Dictionary of the English Language, first edition, 1828. Second edition, 1840. George and Charles Merriam published a new revised editon, 1847. Webster’s International Dictionary appeared in 1890, and new editions followed in 1909, 1934, and 1961. Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary appeared in 1898, and was followed by the second through seventh editions, 1910, 1916, 1931, 1936, 1949, and 1963. Ninth edition, 1986. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster, Inc., 1986.

Weis, Frederick Lewis Wise, Th.D.

1955 With additions and correction by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., with David Faris. The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215: The Barons Named in the Magna Charta, 1215, and Some of Their Descendants Who Settled in America During the Early Colonial Years. First edition, Boston, 1955. Second edition, Baltimore, 1964. Third edition, 1979. Fourth edition, 1991, 1993. Baltimore, MD, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1991. [xiv + 182 pages]


—— Alumni Westmonast. [400]

Welles. History of Cumberland County. [JDS3: ix]

Welsh Historical Monument Commission. [Flintshire, 20-21]

Welsh Rolls. [1.162, 179. HL: 175.]

Welsh Rolls, Calendar of, s.v. Calendar.

Welsh Wars, s.v. Morris.

Werele, Susan Farrell, 16830 Northwest Meadowgrass Court, Beaverton, OR 97006.

1988 "Medical Terms for Genealogists," The Genealogical Helper, 1988/7-8: 11.

Wheeler. Dictionary of Freethinkers. [Life of Thomas Lumisden Strange, ORKN 7.2121471]

Whitman, Walt.

1855 Leaves of Grass. The first edition did not contain "Calamus."

Whitmore’s Genealogical Guide. [JDS3: vii]

Whitmore, William H.

1900 Port Arrivals and Immigrants to the City of Boston, 1715-1716. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1973. Excerpted from A Volume of Records Relating to the Early History of Boston Containing Miscellaneous Papers. Boston: Municipal Printing Office, 1900. [11. PILI 1981: Source 9750.]

—— Whitmore’s Genealogical Guide. [Society of Genealogists, 1966/12/17]

Whitney, Mary.

1989 Stranges Across America. Ottsville, PA: 306 Easton Road, 18942.

Whitten, Joida.

1968 Abstracts of Bedford County, Virginia, Wills, Inventories, and Accounts, 1754-1787. Dallas, TX: The Taylor Publishing Company, Post Office Box 8145, 75205. [BRUN, WARR. John Strange, 141.447-448.]

Whyte, Donald.

1972 A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the USA. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co. [PILI 1985: Source 9760]

Whyte, Donald, F.H.G., F.S.G., F.S.A. Scot., L.H.G.

1972 Compiler and editor. A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A. Volume 1. Baltimore, MD: Magna Carta Book Company.

1986 Compiler and editor. A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A. Volume 2, with an Appendix of Additions and Corrections to Volume 1. Baltimore, MD: Magna Carta Book Company.

—— Scottish Emigrants to Canada. [WHIT.]

Wiegel, ——.

1848. The Accomplishments of the Stranges in Art and Literature. Leipzig. [ATS]

Wigornia, Annales Prioratus de. [HL: 76]

Wilkinson, J. History of Broughton Gifford. [Folding plate. Marshall. JDS3: vi]

Willetts, Pamela Joan.

1961. "Sir Nicholas Le Strange and John Jenkins." Music and Letters, 42.30-43. [ML5/M7]

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Series 1, edited by Lyon G. Tyler through Volume 23, and thereafter by W.C. Torrence. 27 volumes. 1892-1919. [Indexed in Swem 1936.]

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Series 2, edited by J.A.C. Chandler and E.G. Swem. 10 volumes. 1921-1930. [Indexed in Swem 1936.]

Williams, Edward, the Reverend.

——. Drawings of Ancient Monuments in Shropshire, 1792-1803. In Add. MSS. 21,236, 1.129. [HL: 173]

Willis, Cary B., c/o The Courier-Journal, 525 West Broadway, Post Office Box 740031, Louisville, KY 40201-7431, 502-582-4691.

1991 "Strange Sentenced to 65 Years for Killing Wife," The Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY, 1991/10/22: 1B, 34 inches, photo.

1992 "Case of decapitated woman may be reopened," The Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY, 1992/12/23. [Ernst 1993/2/8.]

1994 Letter to John R. Mayer, dated 1994/2/27.

Wilson, Philip.

1881. Hunstanton and its Environs. 7th edition. Lynn.

Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine. [5.267. Marshall. JDS3: vii]

Wingfield, Marshall.

1964 Franklin County, Virginia, A History. Berryville, VA. [PITT. James Strange, 209.]

Winthrop’s Papers.

Wodehouse, P.G. (Sir Pelham Grenville; 1881-1975). He began as a writer of stories for boys, such as The Pothunters (1902) and A Prefect’s Uncle (1903). He was famous for his characters Bertie Wooster and his man servant, Jeeves. The Inimitable Jeeves (1924), The Code of the Woosters (1938), and Much Obliged, Jeeves (1971) are representative of this large body of work. He collaborated with Guy Bolton in the musical comedy called The Caberet Girl (1922). He was captured by the Germans in 1939 and interned in Germany. He became a United States citizen in 1955.

1926 "Jeeves and the Impending Doom," printed first in Very Good, Jeeves! Reprint, A Wodehouse Bestiary, edited by D. R. Benson. New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1985.


—— Collections. Glasgow, LANARKS: Glasgow University, manuscript. [Life of Dr. John Strang, D.D. (1584-1654).]

Wombridge, Chartulary of. [HL: 300]

Wood, Margaret.

1965 The English Mediaeval House. London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. Reprint, New York: Harper & Row, 1983.

Wood, Neal P., Green Hill, Cymmer Road, Porth, Mid Glamorgan, Wales, CF39 9BE, United Kingdom, 0443-682838, recognized by Michael le Strange Meakin of Hunstanton Hall, and Jean Kennedy, Archivist of the Norfolk and Norwich Record Office, as being an expert on le Strange family history.

1986 Corrections to a draft of the chapter Styleman and le Strange of Hunstanton.

1994a Extraneus News, Journal of the le Strange Society. Number 1, June 1994, iv + 20 pages. ISSN 1355-3135.

1994b Extraneus News, Journal of the le Strange Society. Number 2, December 1994, iv + 20 pages. ISSN 1355-3135.

Wood, Walter, the Reverend.

1908 The East Neuk of Fife. Second edition, 1908. [RENN, GLAS. 153, 392]

Works Projects Administration, United States of America.

1940? Index to Records of Aliens’ Declarations of Intention and/or Oaths of Allegiance, 1789-1880, in United States Civil Circuit Court, United States District Court, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Quarter Sessions Court, Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia. Compiled by Works Project Number 20837. Sponsored by Pennsylvania Historical Commission. 11 volumes. [10.S.323. PILI 1981: 9308.]

Wotton’s English Baronetage. [2.144. Marshall. JDS3: vii]

Wright, Thomas.

—— Editor. History of Fulk Fitzwarine. A possible prototype for the Robin Hood myths. [104-112. HL: 68.]

1864 Editor. "A poem on the siege of Caerlaverock, in manuscript at the British Museum." [HL: 211]

Wrottesley, General Hon. George.

—— Crécy and Calais. [169]

Wulfeck. Marriages of Some Virginia Residents. [JDS3: x]

Wyatt, Sir Thomas (Wyat / Wyats; circa 1503-1542), Kt. (1536), English courtier and poet.

1557 Poems, 1st published with Surrey’s in Tottel’s Miscellany, edited by Rollins 1928, et seq.

Wylie, Donald.

1986 Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada before Confederation. Ontario Genealogical Society, 1986. [KILB, WHIT.]

Wynkoop, Richard.

1908? History of the Strang Family. A manuscript of the Strang family history written on about 60 pages of a blank book. [CS71.S898, 1908; microfilm 8751 CS]


Yates Publishing, Family Group Sheet Exchange, Stevensville, MT: Post Office Box 67, 59870, 1993.

Youings, Joyce.

1984 Sixteenth-century England. New York: Penguin Books.

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