SOLD – SINNOTT, MARY ELIZABETH; “Annals of the Sinnott, Rogers, Coffin, Corlies, Reeves, Bodine and Allied Families” Edited by Josiah Granville Leach, LL.B. Printed for Private Circulation by J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia 1905. FINE.
Color frontice of the Sinnott Coat of Arms. Club of Colonial Dames Library plate on front inner cover – tear in paper and front hinge starting. Many un-cut pages. Gilt title w/decorated front board and gilt title on spine with year of publication.
The Sinnott Family Page 1
The Rogers Family 27
The Coffin Family 65
The Hammond Family 85
The Winslow Family 95
The Reeves Family 111
The Jess Family 135
The Lippincott Family 141
The Bodine Family 151
The Corlies Family 175
The Wing Family 199
The West Family 223
The Mayhew Family 237
Index of Names 255
277 Pages – SOLD – Price: $175.00
SOLD – PRICE, LUCY MONTGOMERY SMITH; The Sydney-Smith and Clagett-Price Genealogy. With the Lewis, Montgomery, Harrison, Hawley, Moorhead, Rixey, Doniphan, Waugh, Anderson, Randolph, Mott, Drake, Butcher, Triplett, Humphrey, Gall, Porter, Brown, Dorsey, Cooper, Stuart, Strother, Families With Whom They Inter-married, and Some of their Descendants.” Printed by Shenandoah Publishing House. Strasburg, Virginia 1927. “To The Sacred Memory Of My Father, WILLIAM WORTH SMITH. The Highest Type of Virginia Chivalry, the Embodiment of a Noble, Gifted, Vigorous Manhood, This Work Is Lovingly Dedicated – By His Child – Lucy Montgomery Smith Price, Scarbro, West Virginia 1927
11 Full Page Black-and-White Plates followed by 76 Chapters on numbered pages 15 – 308 and additional sections of Plates interspersed on un-numbered pages. Index of Names pages 309 – 324.
324 Pages – SOLD – Price: $325.00
CAMPBELL, T. E. “Colonial Caroline – A History of Caroline County, Virginia.” The Dietz Press, Incorporated. Richmond, Virginia 1954. First Edition. Near Fine in a VG Dust Jacket
From the jacket: “FASCINATING in its presentation of the history of a section of early American life is COLONIAL CAROLINE, a treasure chest of information: listings of properties and persons and families; the results of exhaustive research on the social, political, military, and economic events; every court action in the old Order Books. Until now, the history has been largely neglected of this third most populous and affluent county in Virginia during the Revolution, the descendants of whose early families have contributed as much as any other county in America to the building of the United States.”
Chapters: Colonial Caroline 3-70
The Rule of Sir William Gooch 71-131
The Rule of Dinwiddie 132-165
The Rule of Botetourt 200-215
The Rule of Dunmore 216-262
The Commonwealth 263-292
The People 293-495
Maps: Indians of the Year 1610 2, Precincts with Magistrates 1735 82, Trade Routes 1730-1781 390, Churches of Colonial Period 430,
561 Pages Price: $125.00
Oasis Used Books – Virginia
At Oasis Used Books we continually seek to add quality hardcover books about Virginia History, its Counties, Cities, Homes and Gardens and their Families. In our main shop our States section is showcased by the Virginia volumes numbering some 300 volumes. One of our Rare Book Rooms, open for inspection during regular shop hours, houses an additional 100 volumes including many genealogy works on prominent Virginia Statesmen, Generals and Families.
Some examples of Virginia History are:
“Gleanings of Virginia History” – “An Historical and Genealogical Collection, Largely From Original Sources.” Compiled and published by William Fletcher Boogher. Washington, D. C. 1908. VG – Price: $100.00
“Medicine in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century”: by Wyndham B. Blanton. First Edition. Inscribed by the Author, with name of recipient blacked out. William Byrd Press, Richmond, VA 1930. Scarce. Gilt somewhat faded on spine. Ow VG – Price: $375.00
“Old Virginia and Her Neighbours” by John Fiske. #81 of a Two Volume Edition Limited to 250 Large Paper copies. Houghton Riverside Press, Cambridge, MA 1900 VG. A much reprinted work. – Price: $250.00 for the 2 volume set.
“History of Virginia” by Philip Alexander Bruce, LLB., LLD. Illustrated – Published in Six Volumes. The American Historical Society, Chicago and New York. 1924 VG – Price: $330.00 for the 6 volume set.
“Historic Virginia Homes and Churches” by Robert A. Lancaster, Jr. J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, PA 1915 First Edition Limited Howes L-51 VG- Price: $250.00
“Records of the Virginia Company” Volume I 1619-1622; Volume II 1622-1624. Library of Congress; U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington D. C. 1906. (Volumes III & IV were done in 1933) A Very Good set. – Price: $200.00 for the 2 volume set.
Some examples of Virginia Genealogy in our Rare Book Room are:
“Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia” by Bishop Meade In Two Volumes. J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia 1872. Vg in original cloth with bright gilt on spine – Price: $175.00 for the 2 volume set.
“The Lincolns in Virginia” by John W. Wayland. Inscribed, Dated and Signed by the Author. McClure, Staunton, VA 1946 VG – Price: $100.00
“Robert Carter of Nomini Hall – A Virginia Tobacco Planter of the Eighteenth Century” by Louis Morton. Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, VA 1945 Second Edition March 1945 – Price: $60.00
“The correspondence of The Three William Byrds of Westover, Virginia 1684-1776” Edited by Marion Tinling with a foreword by Louis B. Wright. University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 1977. A Two Volume Set. VG – Price: $85.00 for the 2 volume set
“The Baylis Family of Virginia” by Willetta Baylis Blum and William Blum, Sr. Self Published. Printed by Shenandoah Publishing 1958 VG+ – Price: $150.00
“Stratford Hall – The Great House of the Lees” by Ethel Armes with an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Garrett and Massie, Richmond, VA 1936. VG – Price: $85.00
“The Cabells and Their Kin – A Memorial Volume of History, Biography, and Genealogy” by Alexander Brown, D.C.L. Garrett and Massie, Richmond, VA Reprint,1939. 1St. Edition was by Houghton Mifflin 1885. VG – Price: $60.00
“The Records of The Virginia Company of London – The Court Book, From the Manuscript in the Library of Congress” Edited with an Introduction and Bibliography, by Susan Myra Kingsbury, A. M. Ph.D. – Instructor in History and Economics – Simmons College. Preface by Herbert Levi Osgood, A. M. Ph. D. – Professor of American History in Columbia University. Two Volumes. Volume I- 1619-1622. Volume II- 1622-1624. Washington, Government Printing Office. 1906. (Note – Volumes III & IV were done in 1933)
Volume I – 635 Pages.
Volume II – 611 Pages.
This two volume set has not been read. Un-Cut pages. In original cloth bindings with minor wear, bumped corners. Clean, unmarked, tight, with sound bindings. Light fading to paper edges. – Price: $250.00