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Only publications actually referred to in the text of this website are listed here. This isn’t a bibliography. Abbreviated references with dates are given in footnotes and fuller details can be found here. You should be able to find which page a particular publication is referred to by typing the surname into the search box on the right of this website’s main title bar. Mostly the surname will be in a footnote, so once you access the page you may have to expand the page’s footnote section and then do a page search to locate the reference. Please let us know if a publication listed here isn’t referred to in the text.

Abbott M (1993) Family Ties: English Families 1540-1920, London.

Adams A, Barbour L B, Camp C L N, Robbins G (1917) Vital Records of New Haven 1649-1850, Hartford CT. Part 1 of 2, Publication Committee: Arthur Adams, Lucius Barnes Barbour, Charles Lewis Nichols Camp, George Robbins. This book is part of ‘the Barbour Collection’, and in order to distinguish it from online databases called the same or similar, it is referred to in footnotes of this Archive as ‘Adams, Barbour et al, pt 1‘. Part 2 dealt with the 19th C and was published in 1924 with slightly altered Publication Committee comprising: Arthur Adams, Lucius Barnes Barbour, Dennis Albert Blakeslee, Rollin Simmons Woodruff, and is referred to here in footnotes as ‘Adams, Barbour et al, pt 2‘. It contains the Index to both parts. Available online at (accessed 13 Nov 2018). For Barbour’s Vital Records of Wallingford 1670-1850, see White L C, below.

Adams S W, revised by H R Stiles (1904) The history of ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut : comprising the present towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington, and of Glastonbury prior to its incorporation in 1693 : from date of earliest settlement until the present time, New York: Grafton Press. Available at (accessed 28 Apr 2018).

Anderson D (2005) Histories of the Hanged: Britain’s Dirty War in Kenya and the End of Empire, Publisher: W.W. Norton. Available on Google Books (accessed 20 Jan 2021).

Andrews H (1927) ‘Brocket Hall, Herts, and its owners’, East Herts. Archaeological Society Transactions, vol 7, pp 398-405.

Andrews R T (1908-11) ‘Benwick Hall, Stapleford’ in East Herts. Archaeological Society Transactions, vol 4, pp 100-1.

Angus 2014: accessed Dec 2014.

Archaeologia Aeliana ‘The [Northumberland] Pipe Rolls of Edward I 1285-98’ 4 xli.

Armytage G J (ed) & Chester J L (extractor) (1886) Allegations for marriage licences issued by the dean and chapter of Westminster, 1558 to 1699; also, for those issued by the vicar-general of the archbishop of Canterbury, 1660 to 1679, Harleian Society, vol 23.

Arnold T A (1840) Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in The Court of Common Pleas, and Upon Writs of Error from that Court to the Exchequer Chamber, with A Table of the Names of Cases and A Digest of the Principal Matters. From Hilary Term, First Vict. 1838. To Hilary Term, Second Vict., 1839. Both Inclusive, London.

Attreed L C (ed) (1954-) The York House Books 1461-90, vol 5, Stroud: Alan Sutton.

Atwater E E (1902) History of the Colony of New Haven, New Haven. 2nd edition of 1881 original.

Atwater F (compiler) (1901-27) Atwater History & Genealogy: Comprising the Results of Seventy-Seven Years Research by Rev. E. E. Atwater and the Compiler Francis Atwater, 7? Volumes. The Horton Printing Company Meriden, CT.

Austin W (1928) History of Luton and its Hamlets, 2 vols, Isle of Wight: the County Press, Newport.

Baggs A P, Keeling S M and Meekings C A F (1982) ‘Parishes: Guilden Morden’, in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 8, ed. A P M Wright, London, pp 97-110 (British History Online accessed 8 Mar 2021 at See also VCH below.

Baigent (1889) The History of Basingstoke, Basingstoke and London: Simpson, Marshall & Co.

Baillie-Grohman W A & F (eds) (1909) The Master of Game by Edward, Second Duke of York: the Oldest Book on Hunting, London.

Bain J (1884) ‘The Percies in Scotland’, Archaeological Journal, 41, pp 335-41.

Baker J (2012) The Men of Court 1440-1550: A Prosopography of the Inns of Court and Chancery and the Courts of Law, London, Selden Society Supplementary Series. 2 vols.

Baldwin J (1904) (ed) The Maryland Calendar of Wills: Wills from 1635 (Earliest Probated) to 1685, Baltimore, MD: Kohn & Pollock.

Banks C E (1931) Bedfordshire Subsidy Rolls, New York: Burrell C Lawton.

Banks C E (1957) Topographical dictionary of 2885 English emigrants to New England, 1620-1650, Baltimore: Southern Book Co.

Bannerman W B (ed) (1923) The Visitations of Kent, Taken in the Years 1530-1 … And 1574 [A-H]. Part 1, Harleian Society Publications, volume 74, London. Digitised by FamilySearch, accessed 16 Oct 2019. See also Hovenden 1898.

Barbour L B, see Adams A.

Barnes R W (2005) Maryland Marriage Evidences, 1634-1718, Genealogical Publishing Com, 2005.

Baugher E A (1995) Antlers, Swanhill Press.

BBC English Dictionary (1992) ed John Sinclair, London: BBC English/HarperCollins.

Bean J M W (1954) ‘The Percies’ Acquisition of Alnwick’, Archaeologia Aeliana, 32, pp 309-19.

Bean J M W (1957) ‘The Percies and their Estates in Scotland’, Archaeologia Aeliana, 35, pp 91-7.

Bean J M W (1958) The Estates of the Percy Family 1416-1537, Oxford, OUP.

Bean J M W (1959) ‘Henry IV and the Percies’, History, 44, pp 212-227.

Bell A (ed) (1960) Gaimar, L’Estoire des Engleis, Oxford.

Bell P (ed) (1997) Bedfordshire wills 1484-1533, Bedfordshire Historical Record Society vol 76, Bedford.

Beresford M (1954) The Lost Villages of England, Lutterworth Press, London.

Beresford M (1952-5) ‘The Lost Villages of Yorkshire part III’, YAJ, 38, pp 215-40.

Beresford M & Hurst J (1990) Wharram Percy: Deserted Medieval Village, New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

Berry W M (1842) Pedigrees of Hertfordshire Families, printed by lithography by F Alvey, published by J R Smith, Soho, London.

Besse J (1753) A Collection of the Sufferings of the People called Quakers for the Testimony of a good Conscience, London.

Betham (1801) Baronetage of England.

Bindoff S T (1982) The History of Parliament: The House of Commons 1509-1558, London.

Björkman E (1910) Nordische Personennamen in England, Halle.

Black G F (1962) Surnames of Scotland:Their Origin, Meaning, and History, Birlinn.

Blair W J (1977) ‘A Military Holding in Twelfth-Century Leatherhead: Bockett Farm’, Leatherhead and District Local History Society Proceedings, vol 4 no 1.

Blake N (ed) (1992) Cambridge History of the English Language, vol 2 1066-1476, Cambridge.

Blue J C (2015) The case of the piglet’s paternity: Trials from the New Haven Colony, 1639-1663, Middletown, Connecticut.

Bogg E (1902) The Old Kingdom of Elvet: York and the Ainsty District, London and Leeds.

Bosworth J & Toller T N (1980) Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, Oxford.

Boyer C (ed) (1977) Ship Passenger Lists, National and New England (1600-1825), Newhall, California.

Brackett H I (1907) Brackett genealogy: descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth and Captain Richard Brackett of Braintree. With biographies of the immigrant fathers, their sons, and others of their posterity, Washington, D.C. Online version at (accessed 6 May 2018).

Branch D (2009) Defeating Mau Mau, Creating Kenya: Counterinsurgency, Civil War, and Decolonization, Cambridge University Press.

Brander M (1971) Hunting and Shooting, from earliest times to the present day, London.

Brigg W (1895) The Hertfordshire Genealogist and Antiquary, vol 1, Harpenden.

Brigg W (1897) The Hertfordshire Genealogist and Antiquary, vol 2, Harpenden.

Briggs A (1999) A Social History of England, 3rd ed., Penguin Books.

Britnell R (1998) ‘York under the Yorkists’, pp 175-194 of Britnell, R. (ed) Daily Life in the Middle Ages,Sutton Publishing Ltd, Stroud.

Brockett A A (2021) ‘Deconstructing the Hector “Passenger List”, American Ancestors magazine, Winter 2021 issue, pp 36-39, published by New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston MA. It is a summary of this webpage.

Brockett E J (1905) The Descendants of John Brockett: One of the Original Founders of the New Haven Colony, East Orange, NJ. Available on line: accessed 24 Oct 2017. We sometimes refer to it as ‘EJB’ or ‘his 1905 Brockett Genealogy‘. For a discussion of this source, see the separate page.

Brooker J & Flood S eds (1998) Hertfordshire Lay Subsidy Rolls 1307 and 1334, Hertfordshire Record Publications vol 14.

Brown Coralynn (n d) Internet copy of the 1924 Typescript of the Wallingford Vital Statistics 1670-1850. Also referred to as ‘Brown’s online WV transcriptions’.

Brown W (ed) (1892) Yorkshire Inquisitions – Henry III and Edward I, vol 1, YATARS, vol 12.

Brown W (ed) (1894) Yorkshire Lay Subsidy 1297, YASRS, vol 16.

Brown W (ed) (1897) Yorkshire Lay Subsidy, YASRS, vol 21.

Brown W (ed) (1907) Yorkshire Deeds, YASRS, vol 39.

Brown W (ed) (1913) Yorkshire Deeds, vol 2, YASRS, vol 50.

Brunner K (1963) An Outline of Middle English Grammar, Oxford: Blackwell.

Bulmer E (ed) (1897) The PRs of St Martin-cum-Gregory in the City of York 1539-1734, York: DeLittle, 2 vols in one.

Burke J and Burke J B (1838) A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, London.

Burke’s General Armory, 1884.

Burke’s Landed Gentry, 1838.

Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 1970.

Burke’s Peerage World Book of Brocketts, Halbert’s family Heritage, USA, 1997. (An English edition of The New World Book of Brocketts.)

Burrowe M (1886) The Family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and Roche Court, London: Longmans, Green & Co.

Burrill A M (1850-1) A New Law Dictionary and Glossary, New-York : J.S. Voorhies; accessed from the HathiTrust Digital Library May 2020.

Busby J H (1937) ‘Wheathamstead Parish Registers: Extracts from the Lost Register Books’, Transactions of the St Albans & Hertfordshire Architectural & Archaeological Society, pp 152-9.

Busby K (1984) ‘Three Anglo-Norman Redactions of L’Ordene de Chevalerie’, Medieval Studies 46.

Cal Inq = Calendar of Inquisitions, London, 1970.

Calder I M (1934) The New Haven Colony, Yale University Press.

Calendarium Inquisitionem Post Mortem, London 1828.

Calendar of Close Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office. Prepared (by W H Stevenson, A B Hinds, W H B Bird) under the superintendence of the Deputy Keeper of the Records (H C Maxwell Lyte).

Calendar of Liberate Rolls, 1260-67, London, 1961.

Calendar of Patent Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, e.g. (1960) of Elizabeth I, vol 3 1563-6, London: H M Stationery Office.

Calendar of the State Papers relating to Ireland, of the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary, and Elizabeth, 1509-1603. Vol. 10: Nov 1600-31 July 1601, London, 1905.

Cass F C (1877) South Mimms, Westminster. Available online at (as of 15 Oct 2020).

Cass F C (1880) Monken Hadley, Westminster.

Cass F C (1885-92) East Barnet, Westminster.

Cassell’s French-English English-French Dictionary, D Girard, London, 1968.

Catalogue of the Harleian MSS in the British Library, London, 1808, vol 1.

CCR = Calendar of Close Rolls.

Celtic Review, 10 vols., Edinburgh: William Hodge & Co., 1904-1916.

Chambers Twentieth Century Dictionary (1972 & 88) ed A M Macdonald, Edinburgh.

Chapman C R with P M Litton (2nd ed 1997) Marriage Laws, Rites, Records and Customs, Lochin Publishing, Dursley, England. ISBN 1 873686 02 1

Chandler M J (1979) ‘Emigrants from Britain to the Colonies’, Journal of Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 36:1 pp 28-43.

Chaplais P (2003) English Diplomatic Practice in the Middle Ages, London.

Chaplin R E (1977) Deer, Poole, Dorset: Blandford Press.

Chetwynd-Stapylton H E (1884) ‘The Stapletons of Yorkshire’, YAJ vol 8 pp 65-116, 223-58, 381-474.

Chauncy H (1826) The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire, 2nd ed, 2 vols, Bishops Stortford (1st ed, 1 vol, 1700).

Clarke A W H & Campling A (1933) The Visitation of Norfolk, Anno Domini 1664 made by Sir Edward Bysshe, Knt. Clarenceux King of Arts, vol 2, London. Published also as vol 86 of the Publications of the Harleian Society.

Clay C Travis (ed) (1963) Early Yorkshire Charters vol XI: The Percy Fee, YASRS extra series vol 9. See Farrer and Clay 2013.

Clay C and Greenway D (eds) (2013) ‘Early Yorkshire Families’, in Cambridge Library Collection – Medieval History, pp. 1-106. Published online by Cambridge University Press, accessed 26 May 2023.

Clutterbuck R (1815-27) History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford, 3 vols, all published London—vol 1 1815, vol 2 1821, vol 3 1827.

Cobbe H (1899) Luton Church, historical and descriptive, Bedford.

Cockburn J S (ed) (1975) Calendar of Assize Records. Hertfordshire Indictments, London: HMSO.

Coldham P W (1974) English Convicts in Colonial America, vol 1 Middx 1617-1775, New Orleans: Polyanthos.

Coldham P W (1988) The Bristol Registers of Servants Sent to Foreign Plantations, 1654-1686, Baltimore: the Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc.

Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society for the year…Series 5, vol. 1. See Shurtleff N B.

Collier’s Encyclopedia (1997) New York.

Collins Cobuild Essential English Dictionary (1988) London and Glasgow: Collins.

Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, extant, extinct or dormant, G E C Cokayne, 1825-.

Conservation Area Appraisal, Gainford, Durham County Council 2013, downloadable from (accessed 4 Oct 2018).

Copinger W A (1905-11) The Manors of Suffolk: notes on their history and devolution, 7 vols. London: Unwin.

Corbitt D L (1950) The formation of the North Carolina counties, 1663-1943, Raleigh NC: State Department of Archives and History. Downloaded from FamilySearch 24 Apr 2022.

Corder J (1981) (ed) The Visitation of Suffolk 1561 by William Hervy, Harleian Society vol 11. London.

Cornell N J (2000) 1864 Census for Re-Organizing the Georgia Militia, Baltimore: the Genealogical Publishing Co.

CPR = Calendar of Patent Rolls.

Craib T (1914-1920) Surrey Musters 1544-1684 (taken from the Loseley mss.), Surrey Record Society vol 3.

Crosby T (2008) ‘The impact of industry on the market towns of east Hertfordshire’ in T Slater and N Goose, A county of small towns: the development of Hertfordshire’s urban landscape to 1800, University of Hertfordshire Press, pp 362-222.

Cross C (1984) York Clergy Wills 1520-1600: I Minster Clergy, Borthwick Texts and Calendars, University of York, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.

Cross C (1989) York Clergy Wills 1520-1600: II City Clergy, Borthwick Texts and Calendars, University of York, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.

Curia Regis Rolls, London 1931.

Cussans J E (1870-81) History of Hertfordshire, 3 vols, reprinted 1972 by EP Publishing Ltd in collaboration with Herts County Library.

Dasent J R (ed) (1892-3) Acts of the Privy Council of England vol 5 1554-1556 and vol 6 1556-1558. See British History Online: (vol 5 pp 126-151) and (vol 6 pp 126-151) accessed 1 Sep 2018.

Davies R (n d) ‘The plague at York in the seventeenth century’, undated mid-19th C offprint from theCommunications of the Monthly Meetings of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society at York Central Library, ref Y942.061.

Davies W G (1955) The Ancestry of Mary Isaac, c. 1549-1613 : wife of Thomas Appleton of Little Waldingfield, co. Suffolk and mother of Samuel Appleton of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Portland, Me. Available online from (Oct 2020).

Davis C H S (1870) History of Wallingford, Conn., from its settlement in 1670 to the present time, including Meriden, which was one of its parishes until 1806, and Cheshire, which was incorporated in 1780, Meriden, Conn.

De l’Espigny P (1631) Recherche des Antiquitez et noblesse de Flandre.

del Rivero C M (1942) ‘Indice de las personas, lugares y cosas notable que se mencionan en las tres Crónicas de los Reyes de Castilla: Alfonso X, Sancho IV y Fernando IV’ Hispania, 2, pp 163-235, 323-406, 557-618.

de Nahlik A J (1987) Wild Deer: Conservation, Management, Southampton: Ashford Press.

Devon F (1837) Issues of the Exchequer: a Collection of Payments Made Out of His Majesty’s Revenue, London.

Dexter F B (ed) (1917) Vol 1 New Haven town records, 1649-1662, New Haven (Conn.) Online version at (accessed 6 May 2018).

Dexter F B (ed) (1919) Vol 2 New Haven town records, 1662-1684, New Haven (Conn.) Online version at (accessed 6 May 2018).

Dickinson W C (ed) (1937) Court Book of the Barony of Carnwath 1523-1542, Edinburgh.

Dictionary of American Biography, Oxford.

Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources, OUP, 1975-97.

Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (1937) W A Craigie, London.

DNB = Dictionary of National Biography, ed Leslie Stephen, 1885-1903.

Doby J F (ed) (1890-91) Muniments of the Royal Burgh of Irvine, 2 vols, Edinburgh.

Doolittle W F (compiler) (1901-) The Doolittle Family in America, 7 vols, Cleveland [Press of National Print. Co.]

Dorman J F (2005) (4th ed) Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5: vol 2 Families G-P, Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore.

Douglass S P (1988) ‘Langley Priory’, Leicestershire Archaeological Society Transactions, vol 62, pp 16-30.

Downie W F (1979) History of Strathaven and Avondale, Glasgow.

Drake F (1736) Eboracum: The History and Antiquities of the City of York, London.

Durham University family records website Snow Hall – accessed 19 Apr 2014.

Duden: Deutsches Universalwörterbuch (1966) Mannheim, Leipzig, Wien, Zürich.

Dunnage William (1815) History of Hitchin, unpublished.

Dwelly E (ed) Directory of Somerset 1626-74, reprinted H Galloway 1994.

Emmison F G (1980) Elizabethan Life: Wills of Essex Gentry and Yeomen (preserved in the Essex Record Office), Chelmsford.

Encyclopedia Britannica, 1997 edition.

Estow C (1995) Pedro the Cruel of Castile, 1350-1369, Leiden; New York: E J Brill.

Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, vol 18 1543-56 ed G P M’Neill, Edinburgh 1898.

Falvey H (2019) Hertfordshire Population Statistics 1563-1801, Hertfordshire Record Society, 2nd edition. Update of 1st edition by Lionel M Munby (1964), Hertfordshire Local History Council, Hitchin.

Farnham G F & Thompson A H (1925-6) ‘The Castle and Manor of Castle Donington’, Leicestershire Archaeological Society Transactions, vol 14, pp 30-77.

Farrer W and Clay C (eds) (2013) ‘The Lands of The Percy Fee’, in Early Yorkshire Charters in Cambridge Library Collection – Medieval History, pp. 11-19). Published online by Cambridge University Press, accessed 26 May 2023. See Clay 1963.

Fetherston J (1870) The Visitation of the County of Leicester in the Year 1619 by William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms, Samson Lennard and Augustine Vincent, College of Arms, London.

Feudal Aids 1284-1431, London, 1900, vol 2.

Filby P W (ed) (1980) Passenger and Immigration Lists Bibliography 1538-1900: Being a Guide to Published Lists of Arrivals in the United States and Canada, Detroit. Later editions: Filby P W & Meyer M K (eds).

Finnegan R & Drake M (eds) (1994) From Family Tree to Family History, Cambridge University Press.

Fischer D H (1989) Albion’s Seed: Four British Folkways in America, Oxford University Press.

Fitch M et al (eds) (1987) Prerogative Court of Canterbury Administrations, vol VI 1631-1648, London: British Record Society publications.

Fleck A & Poole H (1999) Old Hitchin, Phillimore.

Fletcher W G D (1889-92) ‘The early history of the family of Heselrige, of Noseley’ in Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society vol 7 pp 281-92.

Foedera, conventiones, literæ, et cujuscunque generis acta publica, inter reges Angliæ et alios quosvis imperatores, reges, …, 10 vols 1739, Hagae Comitis : Neaulme, ed T Rymer, available online at the Internet Archive (11 Mar 2020).

Foljambe C G S & Reade C (1908) The House of Cornewall, Hereford.

Fordyce W (1855-57) The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham … 2 vols, Newcastle: A Fullarton & Co.

Foster J (1875) The Visitation of Yorkshire made in the Years 1584/5 by Robert Glover, Somerset Herald, to which is added the subsequent Visitation made in 1612 by Richard St George, Norroy King of Arms…, London.

Foster J (1888) Alumni Oxonienses: the members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886: their parentage, birthplace, and year of birth, with a record of their degrees, Oxford: Parker.

Foster J (1891-92) Alumni Oxonienses: the members of the University of Oxford, 1500-1714: their parentage, birthplace, and year of birth, with a record of their degrees, Oxford: Parker.

Fowler R C and & Ratcliff S R (1929-1949) Feet of Fines for Essex, Volume 3 (A.D. 1327-A.D. 1422), Essex Archaeological Society (in 9 parts), Colchester. Includes Divers, Unknown and Various Counties.

Foxe J (1631) The third Volume of The Ecclesiasticall Historie: Containing the Acts and Monuments of Martyrs, with a generall discourse on these later Persecutions, horrible Troubles and Tumults, stirred vp by Romish Prelates in the Church … (The Book of Martyrs), London. Also A new and complete edition, ed S R Cattley, London 1838.

Fransson G (1935) Middle English Surnames of Occupation 1100-1350, Lund.

Fraser C M (ed) (1968) The Northumberland Lay Subsidy Roll of 1296, Newcastle.

Fry K C (2001) Brockett family history: featuring the William E. Brockett line. Privately published in USA, but digitised at (accessed 18 Mar 2018).

Fryde E B et al (eds) (1986) Handbook of British Chronology, London.

Fuller T (1662) The history of the worthies of England, 3 vols, London (accessed online at 29 Jun 2017).

Gaimar G (1960) L’Estoire des Engleis, ed A Bell, Oxford, Anglo-Norman Texts Society 13.

Gainford St Mary’s Churchyard Survey 2006, downloadable from (accessed 4 Oct 2018).

Gaston Phoebus (1998) = The Hunting Book of Gaston Phébus, introduction by M Thomas and F Avril, Harvey Miller Publishers, London. A facsimile of manuscrit français 616 du Bib. Nat. Paris dated c 1407.

Gateshead Tracts (?1868) privately published in Gateshead. Also entitled Brockett’s Booklets and dated 1831-65.

Gazeteer of the British Isles, Bartholomew: Edinburgh, 1966.

Gerish W B (1908) Inscriptions in churches and churchyards chapels burial grounds in Hertfordshire, vol 3 Hundred of Hitchin, BL Add MS 39273 handwritten. For a discussion of this work, see Gerish.

Gibb C (2005): Online database MSA SC 4341 at (accessed 29 Jan 2018) of Gibb, C The New Early Settlers of Maryland , update of Skordas 1968.

Glencross R M (1912) Administrations in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury 1559-71, Exeter. See also Ridge vol 3 (1581-95) and vol 4 (1596-1608).

Godefroy F (1881-95) Dictionnaire de l’Ancienne Langue Française et de tous ses dialectes du IXe au XVe siècle, 8 vols, Paris.

Godefroy F (1901) Lexique de l’Ancien Français, Paris.

Goodall A (1923) History of St Botolph’s Church Grimston, Norfolk, King’s Lynn.

Gosse E W (1902) Gray. London: Macmillan, at

Gough R (1701) The History of Myddle. Penguin Books edition, David Hey, 1981.

Gover J E B, Mawer A & Stenton F M in collaboration with Bonner A, (1934) The Place-Names of Surrey, English Place-Name Society, vol 11, Cambridge University Press.

Gover J E B, Mawer A & Stenton F M (1938) The Place-Names of Hertfordshire, Cambridge University Press.

Grandy L (1999) ‘Mentions of Brockett [in Camden Court NC records]’, Carolina trees and branches, vol 8, no 2, April 1999, pp 46-8. Copied for the Family Research Society of North Carolina from the files of Lillie Grandy (1869-1957) by Donna Griffin. Abbreviated in TBA to: Grandy ‘Mentions’.

Greener W W (1881) The Gun and its Development.

Greenfield B G (2014?) ‘Donald Lines Jacobus and the Making of American Genealogy’, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Hilton Baltimore, Baltimore, MD. Abstract available at (accessed 14 May 2018).

Greer G C (1912) Early Virginia Immigrants 1623-66, Richmond, Virginia: W C Hill Printing Co Ltd, reprinted Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co Inc, 1960.

Griffiths R (ed) (2003). The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, part of The Oxford history of the British Isles series, general editor P Langford. Oxford University Press.

Halbert (1997) = The New World Book of Brocketts, Halbert’s family Heritage, USA.

Hall T W (1914) Descriptive Catalogue of the Charters, Rolls, Deeds, Pedigrees… forming the Jackson Collection at the Sheffield Public Reference Library, Sheffield.

Halliwell J O (1847) Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words (from the 14th C), London.

Hanks P & Hodges F (1988) A Dictionary of Surnames, Oxford. New edition with Mills A D & Room A (2002) The Oxford Names Companion, Oxford: Oxford Unversity Press.

Hanks P, Coates R, and McClure P (2016) The Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland, Oxford Unversity Press.

Harrison M J (2000) Four Ainsty Townships; The History of Bolton Percy, Appleton Roebuck, Colton and Steeton 1066-1875, York: Ainsty Books.

Harrison M J (n d) Brockett References in the Parish of Bolton Percy. An unpublished list.

Harrison M J (2003) The History of Acaster Selby in the Parish of Stillingfleet 1066-1875, York: Ainsty Books.

Harrison W (1534-1593), Description of England, ed Georges Edelen, 1994.

Harvey W, Cooke R, Owen G (1884) The Visitations of Bedfordshire: Annis Domini 1566, 1582, and 1634, Harleian Society, London.

Haskins C H & George M D (1921) ‘Verses on the Exchequer in the Fifteenth Century’, English Historical Review, vol 36 (1).

Haskett-Smith W P (1916) The Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, London.

Hasler P W (1981) (ed) The House of Commons 1558-1603 London. Published for the History of Parliament Trust by HMSO.

Hatch H F (1923-27) ‘The Registers of the Parish Church of St. Mary, Hitchin’, Transactions of the East Herts Archaeological Society, vol 7, Hertford, pp 8-50, 83-104, 199-221, 340-68.

Hatfield E F (1868) History of Elizabeth, New Jersey; including the early history of Union County, New York: Carlton & Lanahan.

Hawkins-Hendrix E (1998) Our heritage : Black history : Princess Anne County, Virginia Beach, Virginia : a pictorial history, Virginia Beach, Virginia (accessed online at 22 Nov 2020).

Hazelrigg L (2015) The Hesilrige/Hazlerigg Family in Great Britain 1066 to the 1900s, Tallahassee, Florida.

Headlam Hall website: (accessed 15 Apr 2014).

Hening W W (ed) (1823) The Statutes at Large; Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia from the First Session of the Legislature, in the Year 1619, New York: R. & W. & G. Bartow. Hening’s transcription of the Second Charter of the Colony of Virginia of 1609 is on the Encyclopedia Virginia website, 4 Oct 2022.

Hennessy G L (ed) (1918) Alphabetical list of parochial incumbents in the County of Hertford …, with contributions and additions by H R Wilton Hall, unpublished handwritten manuscript.

Hertfordshire Family History Society‘s St Mary’s Hitchin Monumental Inscriptions.

Hey D (1993) The Oxford Guide to Family History, Oxford.

Hey D (1997) ‘The Local History of Family Names’ in The Local Historian, Supplement to vol 27 no 4, Nov (pp i – xx).

Hey D (1998) The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History, Oxford.

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