Source Notes for the Immediate Descendants of Miles Riggs of Roydon

Types of Sources:

B = Burials;

BW = Original or copy will proved at the Court of the Bishop of London’s Commissary (Essex and Hertfordshire);

C = Christenings;

ER = Registered will proved at the Court of the Archdeacon of Essex;

ind = indexed;

M = Marriages;

mfc = microfiche;

mfm = microfilm;

photoc = photocopies obtained from

PRs = Parish Registers;

tran = transcript

 

Locations of Sources:

Bod Lib = Bodleian Library, Oxford University

ESS CRO = Essex County Record Office, Chelmsford, Essex;

FHLC = Family History Library Catalogue;

LDS = Latter Day Saints;

RIGGS-L = RIGGS RootsWeb Mailing List, archived messages searchable at searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listsearch.pl

SoG Lib = Society of Genealogists Library, 14 Charterhouse Buildings, Goswell Rd, London EC1M 7BA

 

Other Abbreviations:

ed(s) = editor(s);

edit = edition;

f = folio number;

gen = genealogical;

Inc = Incorporated;

info = information;

NEHGR = New England Historical & Genealogical Register;

NEHGS = New England Historic Genealogical Society;

orig = originally;

p = page (pp = pages);

pr = proved;

pub = published;

Publ = Publishing;

ref = reference;

repr = reprinted;

Soc = Society;

suppl = supplied by

vol = Volume

 

Details of Sources:

S1        CM&B PRs for Royden, Essex – copy examined on mfm at ESS CRO ref D/P 60/1/1

S2        p228 Essex Wills (England) Vol 2, 1565-1571, by F.G.Emmison, publ NEHGS, Boston MA, 1983

S3        CM&B PRs for All Saints Church, Nazeing, Essex – copy examined on mfm at ESS CRO ref T/R 179/1

S4        Ind tran of CM&B PRs for All Saints Church, Nazeing, Essex – copy examined at ESS CRO ref T/R 280/1

S5        “Savage’s Dictionary” Full title:-A Gen Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those who Came before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer’s Register by James Savage, former President Of The Mass. Historical Soc, Vol.III, K-R. Orig pub Boston, 1860-1862, repr by Gen Pub Co.Inc, Baltimore, 1965, 1969, 1977, 1981, 1986, 1990 [SISBN 0-8063-0309-3]

Electronic version adapted under the direction of Robert Kraft © July 1994 – this is viewable on-line at www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage/.

S6        Info suppl Leo Riggs

S7        “The Winthrop Society” and “First Settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony” pages on The Winthrop Society web-site: viewable on-line at www.winthropsociety.org/home.htm and www.winthropsociety.org/ancestrs.htm respectively (as at APR2000)

S8        Mary & John Clearing House web-site: viewable on-line at www.maryandjohn1630.com/ (as at APR2000)

S9        The American Nation: A History of the United States, John A. Garraty. 7th edit publ Harper-Collins Publishers Inc 1991 [SISBN 0-06-042312-9 student edit 0-06-500035-8 teacher edit]

S10     “Hopewell Passenger List” on the Mayflower and Early Families web-site: viewable on-line at www.mayflowerfamilies.com/ships/hopewell.htm (as at APR2000)

S11     “Pre-1633 Planters of the Massachusetts Bay Colony” page on The Winthrop Society web-site: viewable on-line at www.winthropsociety.org/planters.htm (as at APR2000)

S12     “The Great Migration: Ships to New England, 1633-1635” page on The Winthrop Society web-site: viewable on-line at www.winthropsociety.org/ships.htm (as at APR2000)

S13     Quarter Sessions Roll Michaelmas 1569 – original examined at ESS CRO ref Q/SR 110/88, after searching SEAX online catalogue at www.essexcc.gov.uk/heritage/ero/seax/default.htm

S14     Quarter Sessions Roll Midsummer 1641 – original examined at ESS CRO ref Q/SR 313/21, after searching SEAX online catalogue at www.essexcc.gov.uk/heritage/ero/seax/default.htm

S15     Quarter Sessions Roll Michaelmas 1649 – original examined at ESS CRO ref Q/SR 342/102, after searching SEAX online catalogue at www.essexcc.gov.uk/heritage/ero/seax/default.htm

S16     “Abstracts of Early Wills of the Early Settlers of New England”, p30 NEHGR Vol 7, pub for NEHGS 1853 – copy examined at SoGLib, refce US/NE/PER, MAY2004. Searchable online (by NEHGS members) at www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/register/

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