101. 1871-1901 Census files produced by the Family History Committee, of the Kings Historical Society, from the microfilm records of the official Census.
102. 1880 U.S. Census data - as described by research from J Hamilton (Ham) Givan, whose great grandfather was Alex. This census is also indexed and searchable on th FamilySearch Website,
103. Given Family History and Genealogy: A one-name study site, “Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910,”, accessed July 24, 2011.
104. Nova Archives and Records Management, “Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics,”
An searchable online database with original scanned documents of BMD records.
105. Information from Mel Fletcher, 2011
106. Information from Cynthia Houston in the USA, who was a daughter from John Nangle Sr’s 2nd marriage.
107. Information from Kathie Weigel and her Gedcom files posted on at
Some of her information is from Richard S. Simpson, Ph.D. who researched the Gmelin line, making a link back to Württemberg Germany. Other information is from an old published family history by Moritz Gmelin, "Stammbaum der Familie Gmelin" (Karlsruhe: G. Braun'schen Hofbuchhandlung, 1877). Some information she got directly from microfilmed Vaihingen an der Enz Kirchenbuch, LDS film #1184562.
109. Archives of Maryland Online, “Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7:December 31, 1776,”, accessed May 21, 2004.
110. email from David Daniel Colpitts, descendant of William L. Colpitts, Apr 2008 and Nov 2009.
111. Bowser, Les, The Search for Heinrich Stief, A Genealogist on the Loose, Nimbus Publishing Ltd., Halifax, NS, 2001.
112. Les Bower, “The Dragon, the Lydia, the Fane - 1749,” Generations (Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society), Summer, 2008.
113. Gary T. Horlacher, “The Palatine Project,”, accessed 2004, 2005.
An excellent website on 18th century German emigration, including many ships’ passenger listings.
114. Bowser, Les, “Sailing from Philadelphia,” Generations (The Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society), Vol. 30, No. 4, Winter, 2008.
115. Bowser, Les, The Search for Heinrich Stief, A Genealogist on the Loose, Nimbus Publishing Ltd., Halifax, NS, 2001, pp. 84,97.
116. Hempel, Rainer L., New Voices on the Shore, German-Canadian Historical Association, 2000, p. 342.
117. Bowser, Les, “Who was the Wife of Jacob Treitz?,” Generations (The Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society), Winter, 2007.
118. “Researchers continue hunt for Jacob Treitz,” The Moncton Times & Transcript, January 21, 2008, Page A6, Newspaper, by Alan Cochrane.
This article quotes information from Les Bowser.
119. Hempel, Rainer L., New Voices on the Shore, German-Canadian Historical Association, 2000, p. 343.
120. Hempel, Rainer L., New Voices on the Shore, German-Canadian Historical Association, 2000, p. 344.
121. research from Trevor Kirkpatrick from New Jersey who is descended from Bernard Law Kirkpatrick and Annie Hatton.
122. Information from Pearl Saunders, local historian from Welsford, Kings County, Nova Scotia.
123. Information from Kelly DiCarlo
124. “FreeREG - Search UK Parish Register Indices,”
A searchable database of transcriptions of original baptism, marriage and burial records from parish and non-conformist church registers.
125. Daniel Deyette’s website, “History of BC - An Archive of Old British Colubia Texts,”, Accessed Jan 10, 2007.
Information on Edward Blake Grant.
126. Information from Jim Alexander in New Brunswick who is descended from and has researched a different branch of Givans in New Brunswick from the 1700’s.
127. 1851 census data from Duncan Paterson Weir & Geoff Hallett, Using Original Fiche as source - on a Rootsweb web site, “MONTACUTE 1851 CENSUS, Somerset,”
Link no longer works although Duncan Weir has a new website at
128. Genealogy Help Website by Duncan Weir, “Index of Martok Web Site Registers Bower Hinton Chapel,”
Link no longer works, checked May, 2005, but Duncan Weir’s website is at
129. 1841 England census digitized copies of original
130. Various unconfirmed, 2008-9.
131. Various unconfirmed, 2009.
132. 1891 Census data posted online by the Ontario Genealogical Society. (link no longer works, checked May, 2005)
133. Queensland Government, “Department of Justice and Attorney-General: Search the historical indexes,”, accessed May, 2008.
An online searchable database for Queensland births, marriages and deaths from the 19th and early 20th century.
134. 1906 Census of the Northwest Provinces.
Digitized files viewable from the National Archives of Canada website at
135. Toronto Directories.
Early city directories available for research at the Toronto Reference Library.
136. Information from Dr. Norman E. Burt-Gerrans and family, grandson of Annie Eliza Barrow Burt.
137. Information from Polly Gerrans Kyte, Cornwall who together with Betty Boyd in California have researched their Gerrans family trees including information from another Gerrans descendant, the late Frederick Charles Talbot Gerrens.
138. Information from Tony Fiorini, son of Gerardo Fiorini and Angela Di Paola.
139. Information from Cassie Guarino, 2007
140. David Ingham, “Sudden Death, Sudden Glory: The 59th Regiment 1793-1830,” Jade Publishing Limited, Lancashire, 1996.
141. information extracted from original sources in the British National Archives in Kew
142. Information from Maria Dri, née Scalzo, grand-daughter of Antonino Campo and Giuseppa Valenti.
143. Mike Valenti, “email message,” Feb 25, 2017.
144. Information from Christine Fiorini Whitelaw, daughter of Angelina Di Paola.
145. Information from Suzanne, a descendant of Henry John Burt and Margaret Moore. 2008
146. Information from Arthur Gorman, great-grandson of John Givan Bill
147. Information from Paola Scalisi and her parents, Nino and Mimma.
148. Information from Jean Elizabeth Lemelin Joudry in 2004.
149. Information from Myla Easton Mehain, her daughter Robin, and son Patrick in 2004.
150. Information from Paula Easton’s web page, “Descendents of Thomas Easton b.1853,” .
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