and History of the Family WRIGHT
13 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. History of the Wright
family who are descendants of Samuel Wright (1722-1789) of Lenox, Mass.
with lineage back to Thomas Wright (1610-1670) of Wethersfield, Conn.
and showing a direct line to John Wright, Lord of Kelvedon Hall, Essex
England Denver, Colo.: Wright, William Henry, abt 1913, 248
|2. The Wright family of
Oysterbay, L.I. with the ancestry of and descent from Peter Wright
and Nicholas Wright, 1423-1923 New York: Perrine, Howland Delano,, 1923,
|3. Genealogical and biographical
notices of descendants of Sir John Wright of Kelvedon Hall, Essex England,
in America, Thomas Wright of Wethersfield, Conn., Samuel Wright, of Northampton,
Mass., 1610-1670, 1614 -1665 Carthage, Mo.: Wright, Curtis,, 1915, 320
|4. The Wright family :
descendants of the Wryta family of Bayeux, Normandy, to England in 1066,
with some of the descendants in America of the Kelvedon line of Sir John
Wright, of Kelvedon Hall, County Essex, England, and of the Kilvestone
line of Sir Thomas Wright, of Kilvestone Hall, County Norfolk, England,
with additional genealogies of the Turner, Belsher, Riley, Lingo, and Blakely
families.: Wright, George William, 1929, 99 pgs.
|5. Wright seats and arms
: being an heraldic and genealogical account of the American, English,
Irish, and Scotch houses of the Wright family. London: Harrington Square
Heraldic Office, 1912, 11 pgs.
|6. Genealogy of the Wright
family : descendants
of Richard Wright, Sr., whose will was probated in Rowan County, North
Carolina on February 8, 1785 : some genealogy of the Morgan, Sears, Kutch,
Hazel and Sanders families Bloomington, Ind., White, Lillie Elizabeth Wright
Lane, 162 pgs.
|7. Our family ties
: some ancestral lines of Marcus S. Wright, Jr. and Alice Olden Wright
South River, N.J.: Wright, Marcus S., 132 pgs.
|8. History and genealogy
from year 1795, date John and Janet Orr Wright arrived in the New World
: and showing family connection of Wrights-McCrearys-Cooks, 14
|9. Ancestral line of Stephen
Mott Wright : from Nicholas Wright, the colonial ancestor New York:
Lotus Press, 1899, Whittemore, Henry, 24 pgs.
|10. Genealogy of the Wright
family from 1639 to 1901 :
eight generations Middletown, Conn.: Pelton & King, printers and bookbinders,
1901, Wright, Henry William, 16 pgs.
|11. Joseph and Elizabeth
Bedford County, Virginia, and Columbiana County, Ohio DeWitt, N.Y.: Wright,
Jay B., 22 pgs.
|12. Four Revolutionary soldiers
and their descendants : Alexander Sleeth, Gabriel Wright, David Smith,
John Hacker Avard, Okla.: Roberts, Eloise M., 1924, 58 pgs.
James Wilson Wright, Sr. who married Cynthia Rebecca Jones :
Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Hopewell, Va.: Doutt's Print Shop, 1954,
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