SOURCES:
"BOSTIC FAMILY OF DUPLIN CO."
BY: WANDA BOSTIC DUNLAP   

(Sources in addition to those listed for: Onslow, Sampson and Duplin County, NC Records and Deeds):

 "Alumni Oxoniensis 1500-1714"  Oxford University, England

 "Ancestral Roots of American Colonists 1700" 8th edition   by:  FredrickWeis (Edmund Bostock esq of Whatcross) pgs 239-248

 "Ancient Deeds of Wales" Series FF  "Walworth Manor"  (Palantine of Chester 50 yr lease between Hugh Bostock and John Savage) (John Bostock raised by Alice Corbett)

 "Annals and Antiquities of the Country and County Familes of Wales"

"Ayrshire Nights Entertainment" by:  John McIntosh

"Baynton History Website"   

 "Bishops Registry of Chester Probate Court: The Enrollment Book of Wills"  Vol I & II  1540  (Arderne)

"Camden Brittanica Vol III, ed. of 1806" (Bostwick, Bostocke, Botestoc)

 "Cheshire Country Houses" by:  Peter de Figueiredo    (Tattenhall)

 "Cheshire and Chester Archives" DCR, DDS & DCF/F 869 (Barons of Crewe)

 "Cheshire Seaf" 3rd Series  State Papers & Abstract Wills"  by: Francis Saunders  (Bostock Family  of Holt, connection to Bostocks of Churchton and "Tattenhall"

 "Chester City Quarter Sessions"  Cat. Q  (Sir Thomas Bostock of Farndon and son Edward 1607)

"Chivalry of Cheshire"  by:  Morton 1980

 "Cholmondely Family Schedule" DCH/F  1572( Lady Elyenor Bostock widow of William Bostock vs. marriage settlement of Anne Bostock Savage 1572 court settled 1578).

 "Claims of the College of Arms in Lancashire"  (Richard Bostock of "Tattenhall", son Charles Bostock marries Mary Smedley, daughter of Leonard Smedley "Stainer" "Deputy Herald" of the College of Arms)

 "Clanedon"  Church Register of West Clandon 1536, by: Phillip Mainwaring Johnson

"Collection Catalogue of Shropshire Deeds and Papers of the Smythe Family of Acton Burnell"

 "College of Herald's Visitation Chester 1580"  16 generations of Osmer Botestock (b 1025)

"Deputy of the Keeper of Public Records, 36th Annual Report"  Welsh Records

 "Diocese of Chester: Cheshire"

"Duchy of Lancs", "Lancs Inq. pm, "Dacatus of Lancs", "Wills of Lancs new series", and "Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F"  (Chet.Society)   Bradshaw Lineage

  "Dynasties of the World"    by:  John Morley, Oxford

 " Family of Bostock of Tarporley Cheshire"  by: Robert Chignel Bostock 1906

 "Family History Society of Genealogist, Cheshire 1921"  (FH/BOS  id 17030)

 "The Family of Middlemore, Descendents of King Alfred the Great"      (11th Century Arderne Family merges with Wetenhall Family 1318, merges with Bostock Family 1350) 

 Family of Bostwick in America: "From Generation to Generation"     By:   Henry Anton Bostwick 1901  (Phillip) (Inquisitions)

"Genealogy of the Bostwick Family in America"  by. Henry Anton Bostick 

"Genealogy of David William Weaver" 

 "A Genealogical & Heraldic History of Extinct Baronies"  by:  John Burke  and "Catalogue of British and American Book Plates" by:  Sir A. W. Franks   (Charles Henry Bostock to Charles Rich)

"Genealogy and Healdic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry" Vol 1 and 2  by John Burke

 "Genealogy of the Dutton Family" by:  Gilbert Cope 1871; and Lawrence Bostock

 "Genteman's Magazine", London:  Jul-Dec  Vol IX #209, and Vol III  (Rich)

"Genealogy of  Virginia Families from the William and Mary College Quarterly"

 "Gentleman's Magazine" Vol III  London 1867  (Childhood of Adam raised by Sir Bagley) (Leigh family descendents of William the Conqueror's) (King Henry VIII  wife Catherine Howard descended from Leigh Family)  (Adam was given "Bostock Hall" for military service from Hugh Cokesay).

 "1879 Handbook of Shropshire and Cheshire"  by:  John Murray     (Henry Bostock and "Bostock Hall")

 "Harleyan Manuscripts  HMS 1535"  VOL 18 and VOL 43:  ( The family of Bostock)         (Bostock's of Stranthorne, Cheshire, Tarpoley and Davenham,  England)

 "The Harlakenelan Claim of Royal Descent, 1938"  Vol 14 No. 4 & 56                                            (Family History Tract Vol 33 "Bostock and Bostwick) ID5B244

"Harl. MS 2112" Vol. 145/154/181/190  (Bradshaw)

 "Hemlingford Hundreds, Parish Mancetter, County of Warwick", Dungdale's Doomsday  (Holt and Godiva)

 "A History of the County Warwick" Vol 4: Ecclesiastical Parish of Mancetter forms the civil parish of "OLDBURY"    (Fisher and Saunders)

 "History of the County of Chester" by: G. Ormerod 1819    Bostock lineage back to King Edward

 "History of Ancient Parish of Sandbach County Chester," by.  J. P. Earwaker  (Stanley, Bradshaw, and Vernon, and Phillipa)

 "History of Surrey" Vol. 4   (Holt Family)

 "History of the Ancient Princes"  by:  Jacob Lloyd  p 86 (Descendents of Sir Gilbert Poole)

 " Histories of the Worthies of England"   Vol 3     by: Thomas Fuller,DD       (Audley)

"Homes of Family Names in Great Britan" by:  H. B. Guppy

 "Later Day Saints Family Search 1558-1736"

 "Library of Heraldy", Cheatham, England (SOGCAT)

 "Leicestershire Archaeologist and Historical Society": by  Peter Leicester 1673                       (Leycester sprang from the male branch of the Mainwaring Family)

"Life and Reign of King Henry VII" by:  George Cavendish

."Lineage of Thomas Homer Saunders", by:  E. Tinling and Company, Liverpool

"London Marriage Licenses 1521-1869" by:  Joseph Foster  (Arthur Bostock of St. Clements, Danes   marries 1666 to Katherin Loftus of St. Martin-in-the-fields, at Barnet County, HARTS/HANTS) 

"Lownes of SC"  by:  George Chas 1876   ("Bostock Hall" sold by Henry Bostock of Moreton-Say)            (Damaged in the Civil War, "Bostock Hall" house pulled down 1803)

 "Merovingland Dynasty.com"  (Alfred the Great)

 "McDennis Family Website - Alaska"

 "Middlesex Parish Register 1640 - 1667" ( St. Martin in ye fields,  St. Martyn in ye fields)    By: Phillimore

 "Monthly Magazine, Notes and Quieries 1804" Vol 5  8th Series (Mary Winifred Bostock and Margaret Bostock, daughters of Richard C. Bostock )  "OLDBURY"

 "The New England Historical and Geneaology Register 1876"  Vol XXX   Bostick Family #485 (Henry Bostock of "Bostock Hall" and William Lowndes of Overton,  & Huddleston's of "Gray's Inn" of London)

 "The New England History and Gentleman's Register"  (16th Century) by: Henry Waters

 "Nooks and Corners in Lancashire and Cheshire", by:  James Croston  (Bradshaw)

 "Notingham Parish Register" by:  Philimore

 "Oxford Bodeian Library Guildhall"   (Bacon House of London)

 "Norman Conquest of England"   William the Conqueror's Doomsday Book

 "Nottingham Parish Register of Marriages" by. Phillimore

 " Palantine of Chester, Ancient Deeds", Series FF, Wales  (Hugh & Edward Bostock, & Alice Corbett)

 "Parish Records of St. Martin-in-the-fields" held at City of Westminister Archives"  (St. Martins was a parish in the 12th century under the Jurisdiction of the Bishop of London, confirmed 1222)     (St. Clements built 10th Century in London and rebuilt in the 11th century by William the Conq)

 "The Paternal Ancestry" by:  Homer Beer James

"Plasentagenet Ancestry" by:  Douglas Richardson 2004

"Publication of the Harleian Society: Registers of St. Helen; Vol 31"

 "Rawlinson Scrivener's Company Common Papers 1357-1678"

 "Records of the Borough of Leicester 1489" by Mary Bateson  (Poole Family)

 "The Registers of Wrock Wardin, Morton-Say Parish Registers"  (John Bostock, Abbott of St. Albans)

"Tutor Place Website"

 "Rowland Bostock, Bill Bostock and A. J. Tony Bostock" of Cheshire, England:   Special thanks for their personal guidance & assistance in getting it right!; and for posting me on their website. Well known genealogists and authors.   (BOSTOCK website) Thank you!

 "Royal Berkshire History"   by:  David Nash Ford   (Pedigree of the Souza and King Alfonzo Denis)

 "The Royal Line of Succession"   by:  Patrick W. Montague-Smith

 "Royalist Officers of England and Wales 1642-1660"   by:  P. R. Newman

 " Society of Genealogy Library: Bostock Manuscripts",  London, England

 "St. Bartholomew Records, London 1558-1736"  (Call 034423)

"St. Martin of Middlesex, Leicester 1547/1548"  Canterbury Church Warden's Account Page 28 (St Peters and St Paul already merged; also merged with St. Martin in 1594) Became the oldest church in England.

"St. Oswald's Marriage Register, Chester  1591-1608"  (Bradshaw & Venables)

"St. Paul's Parish Vestry", Hanover County, New Kent, Virginia  (St Paul merged with St Peters and both of them merged with St. Martin in 1594)

 "Surrey Archaeological Collections Vol VI" (St. Martin, Epson, Ebbysham)    (Mary Saunders daughter of Thomas Saunders, Sheriff of Surrey 1553)  (Emme Bromfeld, wife of Robert Bostock, daughter of Humphrey Bromfeld)  (Humphrey son of William Abraham Bromfeld and Jane Humphrey of London)

 "Surrey Archaeological Collection Vol XIV" ( Sir Thomas Saunders & Humphrey Bromfeld of Salop)

 "Surrey Archaeological Collection"  Vol VI  and  Vol XXL

 "Surrey History Center" Ref 597        (Property and Parish Deeds of Surrey 1483-1850)                      (Tandridge Hall,  owned by Thomas Bradshaw)

 "Survey of London 1664-1683" (Vol 20 & 25)    (Hawise de Mechines Kevelioc married 1st to Sir Robert Quincey.  They had one daughter Margaret Quincey; she married Sir John de Lacey, Constable of Chester)      (Hawise married second to Warin de Bostock)

 "Sussex - OPC, Parish of Surrey" (Oxford and Berkshire division of territories and appointment of Sherriffs)

"The Baldwin Project Website"   (story of Sir William Stanley)

"Township of Bradshaw: A History of Lancaster" Vol V

 "Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 1894" Vol I, No.3, Jan. 1893 p 229-235               (Bassett Family)

 "Visitation of Cheshire 1580"    Vol XMM    by:  Robert Glover  (Charles Bostock: Captaine OBIJT in London,  Scrivenor 30 April 1594-99;  also shows Charles has twin brother Isaack)

 "Visitation of Gloucester" (Holt),  (William Bostock of Norcroft married Elizabeth Done; resided at Bostock) (William son of Adam Bostock and Elizabeth Venables) ("Oldbury" Parish of Stapleton)

 "Visitation of Surry"  1530  and  1572  (Saunders)

 "Virginia Settlers and English Adventurers" p 696  by: Nugent

 "Wills and Inventories, Lancashire and Chester" vol.13; "The Record Society, Lancashire and Chester" Vol LVIII (Bostock of Churton, Bostock of Moulton)

 

by:  Wanda Bostic Dunlap  Oct 2009

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