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Something of the Pettijohn (Pettyjohn) family : with particular reference to the descendants of James Pettyjohn of Hungar's parish, Northampton County, Va. by Era Jane Pettijohn Chamberlain and Clive Abraham Pettijohn. Spokane, Wash. : Shaw & Borden Co., c1948.
NOTE: James Pettyjohn was born ca. 1635-40. He died in Northhampton County, Virginia in 1665. Descendants are scattered throughout the U.S.

John Edwin Darby : his descendants and known ancestors. by Earl G. Darby, Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983.
NOTE: Microreproduction of typescript (34 leaves) written in 1961-1962. John Edwin Darby (1840-1922) was the son of Benjamin T. Darby and Martha Harris of Somerset Co., Maryland. He married Charlotte Amelia Bremerman (1845-1922), the daughter of Frederick W. Bremerman and Malinda Trout of Frederick Co., Maryland in 1869. They were the parents of ten children. He worked as a lifelong Methodist minister and they lived at Table Rock, Pawnee Co., Nebraska where family members are buried. Several generations of descendants are given. Includes Bremerman, Pettijohn, Burgert, Fellers and other related families.

Tidewater Virginia families : generations beyond. by Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Baltimore, MD : Genealogical Pub. Co., c1998.
NOTE: "The families of Bell, Binford, Bonner, Butler, Campbell, Cheadle, Chiles, Clements, Cotton, Dejarnette, Dumas, Ellyson, Fishback, Fleming, Hamlin, Hampton, Harnison, Harris, Haynie, Hurt, Hutcheson, Lee, Mosby, Mundy, Nelson, Peatross, Pettyjohn, Ruffin, Short, Spencer, Tarleton, Tatum, Taylor, Terrell, Watkins, Winston, Woodson... adding the families of Alsobrook, Bibb, Edwards, Favor, Gray, Hux, Ironmonger, Laker, Southern, Taylor and Woolfolk"--title page.

Descendants of Jean Baptist Petitjean, 1800-1861. by Lucille Day English, Houston, Tex. : L.D. English, 1996.
NOTE: "This book consists of descendants of Jean Baptist Petitjean (1800-1861) who was born in France ... He and his second wife Justine Pigore (1816-1879) came to the United States in about 1854 with his children by both wives, staying for a short time in Massachusetts and then settled in Shelby County, Ohio, where both died."--p. iii.

The descendants of John Erwin and wife, Mary Holt Erwin, ca. 1761-1988. by E. C. Erwin, Kingsport, Tenn., E.C. Erwin, 1989.
NOTE: Includes Erwin, Roller, Bushong, Galloway, Pettyjohn, Stanfield, Payne, Latture, Waterman, and related families. John and Mary Holt Erwin were born in Virginia about the time of the Revolutionary War. They had six children and later moved to Tennessee. The majority of their descendants still reside in the state. This record contains family group sheets for many of their descendants.

Those Irish Wisby's. by Carolyn Wells Mountain and Jean C. Brown, C.W. Mountain and J.C. Brown, 1986.
NOTE: Includes entries for the Barnes, Ewing, Gibler, Pettijohn/Pettyjohn, Stucker, Wells and other families. Descendants of Joseph Wisby (ca. 1734-ca. 1823/1824), originally of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

The John Huggins Genealogy. by Robert A. Moffitt, Anaheim, Ca. : Shumway Family History Services, 1986.
NOTE: This is a genealogy of some of the descendants of John Huggins of Ire- land for the period of 1730 to approximately 1986. Many current descendants now reside in the United States. Includes information on the allied families of Davis, Haynes, Pettijohn, Ramsey, Williams, Willis and others.

Autobiography, family history and various reminiscenses of the life of Jonas Pettijohn, among the Sioux or Dakota Indians [and] his escape during the massacre of August 1862 [and] causes that led to the massacre : respectfully and affectionately dedicatd to his children, Mrs. Laura Stevens, Albert B. and W. T. Pettijohn. by Jonas Pettijohn, Clay Center, Kan. : Dispatch printing house, 1890.

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