and History of the Family STEWART/STUART
11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Genealogical history
of the Stewarts : from the earliest period of their authentic history to
the present times : containing a particular account of the origin and
successive generations of the Stuarts of Darnley, Lennox, and Aubigny,
and of the Stuarts of Castelmilk, with proofs and references, an appendix
of relative papers, and a supplement, containing copies of various dispensations
found in the Vatican at Rome, in the course of a search made by the author
in the year 1789, particularly copies of two very interesting dispensations
which had long been sought for in vain, relating to Robert the Stewart
of Scotland (King Robert II.) his much contested marriages with Elizabeth
More and Euphemia Ross : to which is prefixed a genealogical table relative
to the history London: Printed for A. Strahan, and T. Cadell Jun. and W.
Davies, in the Strand, 1798, Stuart, Andrew, 488 pgs.
|2. Supplement to the Genealogical
history of the Stewarts (Above), with corrections and additions
: and containing answers to an anonymous attack on that history, published
at Edinburgh in February 1799, under the title of "The genealogical history
of the Stewarts refuted" London: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies,
in the Strand, 1799, Stuart, Andrew, 111 pgs.
|3. Genealogy and biography
of the descendants of Walter Stewart of Scotland and of John Stewart
: who came to America in 1718, and settled in Londonderry, N.H.Greenfield,
Mass.: 1905, Severance, B. Frank, 238 pgs.
|4. An historical genealogy
of the royal house of Stuarts,
from the reign of K. Robert II, to that of K. James VI : taken from the
most authentic authors, both Scotch and English London: Printed for R.
Faulder, 1795, Noble, Mark, 326 pgs.
|5. The Stewarts of Coitsville
: a history of Robert and Sarah Stewart of Adams County, Pa., and their
descendants, with a part of their ancestors. Youngstown, Ohio:, 1899, 207
|6. A chronological, genealogical,
and historical dissertation of the royal family of the Stuarts : beginning
with Milesius, the stock of those they call the Milesian Irish, and of
the old Scotish race, and ending with his present majesty, K. James the
3d. of England and Ireland and of Scotland the 8th Paris: Printed by Lewis
Coignard, printer and bookseller, 1705, Kennedy, Matthew, 292 pgs.
|7. The history of the shire
of Renfrew : containing a genealogical history of the royal house
of Stewart, with a genealogical account of the illustrious house of
Hanover, from the time of their intermarriage with the Stewart family,
to the present period : also, a genealogical history of the nobility and
gentry of the county of Renfrew, and an exact survey of the county: together
with the present state of the public buildings, manufactures, different
religions, etc. etc. Paisley: Printed and sold by Alex. Weir 1782, Crawfurd,
George, 454 pgs.
|8. A history of the Robert
Stewart family : which came from Ireland in 1774 in the midst of the
Revolution and settled in Westmoreland County, Pa. Grove City, Pa.: Grove
City Pub. Co., 1908, Stewart, A. G., 75 pgs.
|9. The genealogy of the
Stewarts refuted : in a letter to Andrew Stuart, Esq. M.P. Edinburgh:
Printed for Bell & Bradfute; 1799, Steuart, Henry, 185 pgs.
|10. Stewart family records:
Philadelphia, Pa., American Historical-Genealogical Society, 1929,
Seaver, J. Montgomery, 68 pgs.
|11. Genealogy of the Stewarts
(Stuart): Denver, Colo.: Rodgers Print. Co., 1934, Stewart, Park A.
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