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The Dorsey project

Serial /Serial on Fiche
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2004
1 microfiche : ill., ports.
Vol. 1 issue 1 (spring 1994) - [vol. 2 issue 3 (fall 1995)]

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Microreproduction of originals published: Benton City, Washington : D.D. Dorsey, 1994-[1995]. [2] v.

Quarterly, published as spring, summer, fall, and Christmas issues.

Editor: Donovan Duane Dorsey.

Publication probably ceased with vol. 2 no. 3 (fall 1995).

The Dorsey Family Project was founded by Donavon Duane Dorsey in 1994, for preservation of Dorsey (and variant spellings) genealogical information and artifacts, and for the promotion of their family heritage in America.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Dorsey (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from England, France, Ireland, and Normandy. Some allied families came from Scotland. Some focus is on (but not limited to) the family of Edward Darcy who immigrated to Maryland before 1650. In the early 1600's, some immigrated to Mayland (especially Anne Arundel), Pennsylvania, and Virginia. In the 1700's, some settled in Georgia, the Kentucky Territory, North Carolina, and the Ohio Territory. During the 1800's, some moved to Illinois, Nebraska, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Later descendants also lived in Alabama, Arizona, California, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and elsewhere.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes queries.

Includes D’Arcy, Darcey, Darcie, Darcy, Darsey, Darsy, Dorchaidhe, Dorsy, Dossey, MacDarcy, and O’Dorcey as variant spellings.

Also includes Arundel, Ayres, Bell, Bellasyse, Berry, Boleyn (Bullen), Bornholdt, Bryson, Callus, Calvert (Calvort, Colbert, Colvard), Carmack, Clagett, Collier, Cromwell, Dirton, Dodson, Donaldson, Duvall, Elder, Ely, Fairbanks, Foard, Frisby, Gillis, Gipps (Gibbs, Gips, Gyps), Gist, Hall, Hammond, Hanks, Hobbs, Howard, Lightner, Lincoln, McKeel, Millington, Murdock, Murray, Norwood, Peddicord (Peddicourt, Pedicort, Peticote, Petticoarte, Petticoat, Petticord, Pettycoate), Pender, Pennington, Perrot, Physick, Richardson, Ridgley, Rowley, Rudulph, Shobe, Sing (Singe, Syng,Synge), Smith, Stimpson, Tydings, Wales (Walls), Wallace, Warner, Watkins, Williams, Yeates, and other related families.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (22 Nov. 2005)

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