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Researcher History

Deceased

  • Professor Raymond Martin Bell, 1907-1999.
    • FindAGrave
    • Publication
      • Bell, Raymond Martin, 1907-. Five Methodist families of western Pennsylvania, 1785: Henthorn, Jones, Lackey, Murphy, Pumphrey. Coralville, Iowa: R.M. Bell, 1997. 14 leaves: 1 map; 28 cm.
      • Contents: Five Pennsylvania Methodist families.
      • Includes: Bibliographical references (leaf 13) and index, Genealogy.
        • Source: Library of Congress (LC Call Number F148.B45 1997), Dewey No.: 929/ .3748 21, (LCCN: 97-132869)
    • Henthorn, Norma (Latham) 1924-1992 and Raymond M. Bell. The Henthorn Family - Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia - with notes on Cresap and Quinn families. 1990. 33 p.
      • Contents: Two young men, John and James Henthorn, set out from Ireland for the New World about 1730. The first record of John is on the 1732 New Garden, Chester County tax list. In 1734, both John and James are listed in adjoining London Grove Township. James married about 1732 and became a blacksmith. John married in 1738 and was a farmer. There are extensive notes on the Cresap family. Thomas Cresap was an early frontiersman who probably influenced the Henthorns to settle in Pennsylvania. A John Quinn married Sarah (Henthorn) Parr and their oldest son, James Quinn, became a well-known Methodist preacher in western Pennsylvania and Ohio.
      • Includes: Henthorn, Cresap, Quinn. Includes table of contents and index.
      • Source: Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession; Library of Congress (LC Call Number CS71.H5279 1990)
  • Willa May (Henry) Craig, 1909-1997
  • Helen Jane Estlack, 1929-1993
    • FindAGrave
    • Publication
      • Mullett, Elizabeth (Estlack) 1935- and Helen Jane Estlack 1929-1993. The Henthorns - A Tip of the Iceberg. 1990. 101 p.
        • Contents: A small portion of the descendants of the Henthorn brothers, James and John. The Estlack family lives in Tyler and Wetzel County, West Virginia and the focus of the document is on West Virginia and Ohio Henthorns.
        • Includes: Atkinson, Baker, Brown, Burkham, Campbell, Cockrell, Estlack, Goudy, Hart, Henthorn, Jennings, Johnston, Kyger, Mansfield, Mathews, Mullett, Rumple, Sanderson, Smith, Stewart, Stine, Thompson, Ullom, Underwood, Watson, Wright, Yoho, York. Includes Index.
        • Source: Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession.
  • Verda V. (Hinthorn) Gerwick, 1919-2003
  • Ruth Emmarreta Hanthorne, 1902-1975
  • Leona Mae (Schafer) Harrison, 1922-2009
  • Billy Gene Henthorn, 1927-2006
  • Ephraim Delbert Henthorn, 1918-2002
  • Herman William Henthorn, 1916-1997
    • FindAGrave
    • Publication
      • Henthorn, Herman William 1916-1997. South of Lone Oak. Produced by Richard E. Henthorn, Hyattsville, MD, May 1995, 40 p.
        • Contents: Pedigree charts, Genealogy of Isaac William Henthorn and his descendants, South of Lone Oak narrative account of the life of Herman William Henthorn.
        • Includes: Henthorn and allied families.
        • Source: LDS Library at Salt Lake City, UT, Call Number: 929.273 H398hh - JSMB US/CAN Book, also on 16mm microfilm [FHL US/CAN Film [ 1750877 Item 13 ]; Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession.
  • Mary Josephine (Jo) Henthorn Bolerjack, 1918-
    • Publication
      • Bolerjack, Mary Josephine (Henthorn) 1918-. My Story. Produced by Richard E. Henthorn, Hyattsville, MD, Sep 1994, 116 p.
        • Contents: Pedigree charts, family group records, Genealogy of Mary Edith (Gilliland) Henthorn Evans and her descendants, My Story narrative account of the life of Mary Josephine (Henthorn) Bolerjack.
        • Includes: Henthorn, Bolerjack and allied families.
        • Source: LDS Library at Salt Lake City, UT, on 35mm microfilm (FHL US/CAN Film [1425331 Item 4]; Mrs. Bolerjack and Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession.
      • Henthorn, Richard E., 1939- and Mary Josephine (Henthorn) Bolerjack, 1918-. Henthorn Family - James Henthorn II of Monroe County, Ohio . Hyattsville, Maryland, 10 Dec 1996, 780 p.
        • Contents: Researchers believe that James Henthorn, II, of Monroe County, Ohio was the son of James Henthorn I who along with his brother John was the first Henthorn in the colonies. This work is the genealogy and history of James Henthorn II and his descendants.
        • Includes: Henthorn, Bolerjack and allied families; every name index
        • Source: LDS Library, Salt Lake City, UT (on 9 microfiche, Order No. 990978, Fiche No. 6067105); National Genealogical Society (NGS), Arlington, VA; Monroe County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, Woodsfield, OH (hard bound into 2 volumes); Wetzel County Genealogical Society, New Martinsville, WV (hard bound into 2 volumes) ; Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, IN (hard bound into 2 volumes); Mrs. Jospehine Bolerjack's personal possession; Mr. Henthorn's personal possession; Mrs. Elizabeth Mullett's personal possession; Mr. E. Delbert Henthorn's personal possession.
  • Roy Lee, 1922-1997 and Norma Louise (Latham) Henthorn, 1924-1992
    • Obituary
    • FindAGrave - Roy
    • FindAGrave - Norma
    • Publication
      • Henthorn, Roy 1922-1997 and Norma (Latham) Henthorn 1924-1992. History and Descendants of Amos and Elizabeth Sharp Henthorn, 1816-1959. Bethany, Oklahoma, 1959. 40 p. Sometimes referred to as: "The Amos Tree."
        • Contents: James Henthorn came from Europe in 1720 and settled near Martinsburg, West Virginia where he died in the year 1776.
        • Includes: Henthorn, Williamson and allied families. Includes index.
        • Source: 35 mm Microfilm at LDS Library at Salt Lake City, UT - FHL US/CAN Film [0928424, item 3]; Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession.
      • Henthorn, Norma (Latham) 1924-1992 and Raymond M. Bell. The Henthorn Family - Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia - with notes on Cresap and Quinn families. 1990. 33 p.
        • Contents: Two young men, John and James Henthorn, set out from Ireland for the New World about 1730. The first record of John is on the 1732 New Garden, Chester County tax list. In 1734, both John and James are listed in adjoining London Grove Township. James married about 1732 and became a blacksmith. John married in 1738 and was a farmer. There are extensive notes on the Cresap family. Thomas Cresap was an early frontiersman who probably influenced the Henthorns to settle in Pennsylvania. A John Quinn married Sarah (Henthorn) Parr and their oldest son, James Quinn, became a well-known Methodist preacher in western Pennsylvania and Ohio.
        • Includes: Henthorn, Cresap, Quinn. Includes table of contents and index.
        • Source: Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession; Library of Congress (LC Call Number CS71.H5279 1990)
  • Mary A. (Niehus) Hinthorn, 1917-2007
  • Robert Russell Hinthorn, 1933-2002
  • Helen Maxine (Crowell) Leonard, 1919-2005
  • William Lee Peters, 1948-2008
  • P. (Peter) Rathbone - England, 1936-2010
    • Publication
      • Rathbone, P. (Peter). Henthorn: A Study of a Lancashire Family. 29 May 1986. 29 p.
        • Contents: A broad brush study of the Henthorn(e) family of Lancashire, England
        • Includes: Henthorn, Henthorne and allied families, tree diagrams, reference list
        • Source: LDS Libraray at Salt Lake City, UT (Film); Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession
      • Henthorn Family of Lancashire, England - by Richard E. Henthorn
        • Contents: Adding to the 29 p. document of P. (Peter) Rathbone
  • Mary E. "Liz" (Miller) Veselack, 1928-2009
  • Denver Clayton Yoho, 1913-2001

Living

  • T. Vernon Anderson
  • Betty Cronin
  • Charles Harrison Gander, 1928
    • Publication
      • Gander, Charles Harrison, 1928-. The history and genealogy of the Gander families. Baltimore (1001 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202: Gateway Press), 1987. xii, 1044 p., ill., 24 cm.
        • Contents: Award winning, hard bound, history and genealogy of the Gander families.
        • Includes: Gander, Thompson, Secrest, Henthorn
        • Source: Library of Congress (LC Call Number CS71. G1926 1987)

  • Robert Guilinger
  • Richard Earl Henthorn
  • Richard Edson "Dick" Henthorn, 1939-
  • Clive Russell Henthorne - England
  • Elizabeth (Estlack) Mullett, 1935
    • Publication
      • Mullett, Elizabeth (Estlack) 1935- and Helen Jane Estlack 1929-1993. The Henthorns - A Tip of the Iceberg. 1990. 101 p.
        • Contents: A small portion of the descendants of the Henthorn brothers, James and John. The Estlack family lives in Tyler and Wetzel County, West Virginia and the focus of the document is on West Virginia and Ohio Henthorns.
        • Includes: Atkinson, Baker, Brown, Burkham, Campbell, Cockrell, Estlack, Goudy, Hart, Henthorn, Jennings, Johnston, Kyger, Mansfield, Mathews, Mullett, Rumple, Sanderson, Smith, Stewart, Stine, Thompson, Ullom, Underwood, Watson, Wright, Yoho, York. Includes Index.
        • Source: Mr. Richard E. Henthorn's personal possession.
  • Ray Alfred Stewart
  • Veronica Eileen (Chadwick) Williams - England

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