151. Information posted by Heather Rohrer on,, accessed 2008.
152. written and edited by sixty collaborating authors from the Air Force, LIFE AND TIMES OF 422 SQUADRON (R.C.A.F. Wartime 1942-1945), 2nd edition, September 30, 2002, p. 38.
can be read on the internet at (link no longer works, checked May, 2005)
153. Information from Janet Burt-Gerrans, great-great-grand-daughter of George Tresawna Gerrans and Annie Elizabeth Burt
154. Phil Vogler, “The Annapolis Valley Newspaper Extracts Project,”
A marvelous collection of information on Kings County and its citizens gleaned from original newspaper sources.
155. 1851 Nova Scotia census digitized copies of original
156. Kings County, Nova Scotia cemetery records; available on CD from the Kings County Archives
157. Rob Gaskell, “Gaskell Family History Web Site,”
Genealogical data including some information on Gerrans.
158. Lesley Aitchison, “Local History - Manuscripts, Maps, Photographs, Ephemera etc.,”, accessed July, 2009.
159. Laurence van Kleek, July, 2009, email exchange.
160. Jude James, “East Boldre: A New Forest Squatters Settlement 1700 - 1900,” , 1994, site last viewed May 22, 2007.
161. A. McL., “Memoirs of Ministers: Burt, John Bartlett,” Baptist Handbook, 1887, pp. 99-101.
Obtained from the Angus Library at Regent’s Park College, Oxford.
162. “GenForum, presented by,”, accessed Nov 12, 2011.
From a posted message on the public forum by Joanna Woodley on May 28, 2002.
163. “correspondence from Harriet Burt to J. Baker Esq., solicitor,” December 5, 1850, Somerset County Archives, England.
164. Information from Geoff Hallett’s research communicated by email in 2011.
165. Crume, Rick, “The German Origins of Charles Jones, aka Johann Carl Schantz, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Monckton, New Brunswick,” Generations (The Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society), Vol. 30, No. 4, Winter, 2008.
166. Bowser, Les, “Locating the Monckton Settler: Roxborough, PA,” Generations (Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society), Fall, 2008.
167. “Moncton Township Settlers 1788” by Stephen Millidge, Deputy Surveyor Mar 18, 1788. A deteriorated old typed record in the Reference Section of the New Brunswick Provincial Archives, possibly with a page of settlers missing, which is a transcription of the original 1788 document whose location is unknown. This is a survey of the Monkton Township at that time with useful information about the founding families.
168. “Wikipedia,”
online public domain encyclopedia
169. Hempel, Rainer L., New Voices on the Shore, German-Canadian Historical Association, 2000, p. 301, end note 71.
170. John Steeves, “The Steeves Family Page,”
171. Information from Les Bowser
172. Information from forum postings.
173. Bowser, Les, “John Hall and the Eleven Families at Monckton,” Generations (The Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society), Summer, 2006.
174. Hempel, Rainer L., New Voices on the Shore, German-Canadian Historical Association, 2000, p. 404.
175. Sheare, “Roots and Branches second versions,”, accessed Dec 2008.
posted on with no references
176. Information from Kathryn Jeffers posted in 2007.
177. Barbara Trenholm Merklinger, “ - The Stray Cat Genealogy Web Site,”, Accessed June 2008.
A source of information on the Allen line amongst others.
178. Bowser, Les, “Did Heinrich Stief Ever Meet Benjamin Franklin?,” Generations (Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society), Summer, 2007.
179. Marvin Woodworth, “Descendancy Lines of Walter Woodworth,”, accessed January, 2008.
180. Information from Anne Trites, wife of Albert Edward Weir Trites, in 2007
181. Information from Jeffrey Thomas Runner, descendent of Abel and Experience Gore, posted on the message forum in 2002
182. PANB:MC1/Colpitts/Bissett/Lamb, 30 pages: file contains a copy of The Colpitts family in America.
PANB:MC1/Colpitts #2, 13 pages: Robert and Margaret Wade Colpitts: Pioneers of New Brunswick.
PANB:MC80/338 I. Allen Jack’s Biographical Review, pages 143-144.
183. Kings County, Nova Scotia Probate records from Kentville, NS.
184. Genforum message board from posting by Dan McArdle Aug 4, 2001.
185. Sikorski, Muriel, “Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum website.,”, accessed 2004.
186. Information from Sandra McNamee, daughter of Christine Fiorini
187. Information from Eberhard Schmidt from Buttelstedt, Germany in 2004. He married a Franke who may or may not be related. He had much information on a Daasdorf line of Franke’s descended from a Johann Adolphe Franke (ca1715-Apr. 10, 1777). This Franke would have been a contemporary of Johann David Franke Sr., possibly a brother, but Mr. Schmidt was unable to tie Johann David and his twins to this line since we don’t have their parentage.
188. Kenneth A. Smith, “Descendants of Robert Smith,”, accessed April, 2008.
Link no longer works as of 2010.
189. Don Chapman, “Don Chapman’s Chignecto Home Page,”, last accessed Dec, 2008.
A compilation of genealogical data on various New Brunswick family lines.
190. Bruce and Carol Hayward, “William Black Chapter VI from Hayward/Logan Genealogy website,”, accessed Dec, 2008.
191. Information from Donald F. Colpitts Sr., a descendant of Howard Judson Colpitts, by email April, 2008-09
192. “McBain Family Tree,” accessed Apr 2008.
From Jolene Wozniak and Daryn McBain’s family database
193. Greg Harrison, “Our Family Tree,”, accessed Apr 6, 2008.
Source of Colpitts information. Link no longer works as of 2010.
194. Information from genealogist Bill Bear by email, October, 2010. from John Newton Colpitt’s son’s death certificate.
195. Information from Louis Loccisano, who is descended from a Severino from Gioiosa Ionica, and who researched from microfilmed civil registry records from the Mormon Church archives.
196. Information by email from George Lüdi from Basel, Switzerland in 2010.
197. Information from Lorraine McVitty in 2008 on the descendants of Hannah Elizabeth Barrow.
198. information extracted from original sources in the British National Archives in Kew from the Casualty Returns of the 59th Regiment.
199. David Ingham, email correspondence in 2007.
200. Captain Robert Batty of the First, or Grenadier, Guards, “Campaign of the Left Wing of the Allied Army, in The Western Pyrenees and South of France, in the Years 1813-14; Under Field-Marshall the Marquess of Wellington.,” John Murray, London, 1823.
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