Bedford County, Pennsylvania, Quarter Sessions, 1771-1801. This volume abstracts and indexes Dockets 1 and 2 of the Bedford County Quarter Session Dockets. Published fall of 2010, the book is available from Heritage Books.
Early Land Holdings in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Each volume in this series uses a current USGS 7.5 minute quadrangle as a base map and overlays warrant surveys from the Pennsylvania Land Office. An accompanying comb-bound book describes each tract and indexes the names of warantees, patentees, and neighbors seen on the surveys. Pricing varies with choice of map size and media. Contact us for purchase details. Presently maps and books are available for the Everett West and Rainsburg quadrangles. Clearville will be available soon. Other quadrangles are in various stages of preparation and your interest helps set priorities.
"Parents and Massachusetts Roots for Charlotte (Holbrook) Hammond of Wardsboro, Vermont," Vermont Genealogy 15 (Spring 2010). Journal of the Genealogical Society of Vermont.
Captain Anthony Smith of Bedford County, Pennsylvania: Ancestry, German Origin, and Collateral Lines (Morgantown, Pennsylvania: Masthof Press, 2007). Sold by the Bedford County Historical Society, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Ordering information is available on their web site. Profits go to the Bedford County Historical Society.
"Using Revolutionary War Officers to Determine Veteran Migration"
"Descendants of the Colonial Barranger Family of Baltimore, Maryland"
Books/Databases in Preparation Bedford County Quarter Sessions 1795-1811. The second in a series abstracting the Quarter Sessions dockets for Bedford County. This volume abstracts Docket 3. The first volume, abstracting Dockets 1-2 (with entries from 1771-1801), is complete and will be available shortly.
Early Land Holdings in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. This series takes original Surveys from the Pennsylvania Archives and overlays them as a connected tract map on USGS topographic maps. The Everett West, Clearville, and Rainsburg USGS quadrangles are fully mapped; portions of the Bedford, Buffalo Mills, Beans Cove, Everett East, Martinsburg, New Enterprise, and Roaring Springs quadrangles are mapped. A county-wide database contains the names of warantees, patentees, neighbors, and all individuals named on the tract surveys. Information is added as tracts are mapped. The database presently contains information from over 1100 warrants and the associated surveys. A sample from the mapping of Snake Spring Township (north of the Raystown Branch) is found on the Connected Tract Map page.
Early Families of the German Settlement, Franklin County, Pennsylvania.