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Andre (1967)—John Andre, William Berczy: Co-Founder of Toronto, A Canada Centennial Project of the Borough of York.

Andre (1971)—John Andre, Infant Toronto as Simcoe's Folly, Centennial Press.

Angel (1883)—Myron Angel, History of San Luis Obispo County, California, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, Thompson & West, Oakland, CA. Authorship of this work is often attributed to Thomas Hinckley Thompson and Albert Augustus West, publishers of county histories and atlases; their names appear on the title page. However, Myron Angel was the actual author, or at least editor, though his name does not appear until the beginning of the text on page 9. Cf  “Myron Angel”, a Wikipedia article.

Billington (1974)—R A Billington, Westward Expansion: A History of the American Frontier, 4th ed, Macmillan Publishing Co, New York.

Boucher and Wilson (1998)—Karen Boucher and Marjorie Wilson, The Family of William Baker & Margaret (Hicks) Baker from Cornwall, England to Yarmouth Township, Elgin County, Ontario, privately published.

Burgoyne (1999)—Bruce E Burgoyne, They Also Served: Women with the Hessian Auxiliaries, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD; CD Edition
© 2005 Heritage Books, Westminster, MD.

Burgoyne (2003)—Bruce E Burgoyne (translator), Hesse-Hanau Order Books, a Diary and Roster: A Collection of Items Concerning the Hesse-Hanau Contingent of "Hessians" Fighting against the American Colonists in the Revolutionary War, Heritage Books, Westminster, MD.

CCMH (2005)—California Center for Military History, Images of America: Camp Roberts, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston (SC), Chicago, Portsmouth (NH), San Francisco.

Champion (1979)—Isabel Champion (ed). Markham 1793–1900, Markham District Historical Museum, Markham, ON.

Cowan (1941)—Helen I Cowan, Charles Williamson: Genesee Promoter, Rochester Historical Society, Rochester, NY; reprinted 1973 by Augustus M Kelley Publishers, Clifton, NJ.

"DAVIS" (1998)—"Pioneers of the Central California Coast: DAVIS", Santa Maria Valley Genealogical Society and Library Quarterly, Santa Maria, CA, v 31, n 4 (Winter); the mentions of Flint family members cite Stanley (1976), p 38–40.

Davis (2002)—Albert E Davis, Guns across the Salinas: A History of Camp Roberts, California, The Camp Roberts Historical Museum, Camp Roberts, CA.

Dinkelspiel (2008)—Frances Dinkelspiel, Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California, St Martin's Press, New York.

Elson (1864)—"Autobiography of Joseph Elson (1804–1877) written by him 1864. (Unabridged and with original spelling)". An account filling 8½ typewritten legal-size pages. Copy provided by Marion Lewis, Stouffville, ON. It was also published as an article in the London, Ontario, Times in 1962.

Flint, H (1851)—Letter from Hannah and Robert G Flint Sr, Hall's Mills, Canada West, to their son Pirney, Volcano, CA, 20 Oct 1851. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, H (1854)—Letter from Hannah and Robert G Flint Sr, Hall's Mills, Canada West, to their son Pirney, Volcano, CA, 30 May 1854. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, L (1934)—Letter from Eliza Elson ("Lyle") Flint, daughter of Robert G Flint Jr, San Miguel, CA, seemingly to her cousins, Florence (Baker) McKay and Annie Jean (Baker) Boland, granddaughters of Pirney Flint, Detroit, MI, 23 Apr 1934. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, L (1941)—Letter from Eliza Elson ("Lyle") Flint, daughter of Robert G Flint Jr, Santa Monica, CA, to her cousin, Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, granddaughter of Pirney Flint, Ashland, OH, 15 Jan 1941. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969. Some dates and statements made in this letter are questionable; in it she mentions that she is recovering from a stroke. She died the following year.

Flint, M (1892)—Letter from Mary Flint, daughter of Pirney Flint, London, ON, to an unidentified friend named Louise, 23 Jan 1892. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, M (1908a)—Letter from Mary (Flint) Baker, daughter of Pirney Flint, visiting in Redlands, CA, to her daughters, Florence and Jean Baker, London, ON, 8 Mar 1908. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, M (1908b)—Letter from Mary (Flint) Baker, daughter of Pirney Flint, visiting in Redlands, CA, to her husband, Thomas Arthur Baker, London, ON, 22 Mar 1908. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, M (1908c)—Letter from Mary (Flint) Baker, daughter of Pirney Flint, visiting in Santa Monica, CA, to her husband, Thomas Arthur Baker, London, ON, 26 Apr 1908. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, P (1844)—Letter from Pirney Flint, Valparaiso, IN, to his parents, Hannah and Robert G Flint, Sr, Westminster, Upper Canada, Aug 1844. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, P (1848)—Letter from Pirney Flint, Valparaiso, IN, to his parents, Hannah and Robert G Flint, Sr, Hall's Mills, London District, Canada West, 17 Feb 1848. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, P (1850)—Letter from Pirney Flint, Valparaiso, IN, to his parents, Hannah and Robert G Flint, Sr, Hall's Mills, Canada West, 4–5 Jan 1850. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, P (1854)—Letter from Pirney Flint, Volcano, CA, to his parents, Hannah and Robert G Flint, Sr, Hall's Mills, Canada West, 22 May 1854. Formerly in the possession of Florence (Baker) McKay Shidler, but now lost; photocopied in 1969.

Flint, R (1849)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, Valparaiso, IN, to his parents, Hannah and Robert G Flint, Sr, Hall's Mills, Canada West, 26 Nov 1849. The letter was not resumed until 29 Dec. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1855)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, Mokelumne River, CA, to his brother Pirney, Volcano, CA, 20 Jan 1855. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1856)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, San Joaquin Co, CA, to his brother Pirney, Hall's Mills, Canada West, 30 Mar 1856. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1862)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, San Luis Obispo, CA, to his brother Pirney, Byron, Canada West, 24 Jun 1862. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1863)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, [Rancho] San Juan Capistrano, CA, to his widowed mother, Hannah (Pirney) Flint, Byron, Canada West, 6 Dec 1863. A picture of the beginning of the letter and transcriptions of parts of it are in a 1967 article in the London (ON) Free Press—L N Bronson, "California Poorest Land He Had Seen". A transcription of the entire letter is in Ohles (1997), p 255–256.

Flint, R (1872)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, [Rancho] San Juan, San Luis Obispo Co, CA, to his brother Pirney, Byron, Ontario, 31 Mar 1872. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1874)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, [Rancho] San Juan, San Luis Obispo Co, CA, to his brother Pirney, Byron, Ontario, 23 Jan 1874. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1876)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, Rancho San Juan Capistrano, San Luis Obispo Co, CA, to his brother Pirney, Byron, Ontario, 13 Nov 1876. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1878)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, Lyon Hotel, San Diego, CA, to his brother Pirney, Byron, Ontario, 18 Apr 1878. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1879)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, [Rancho] San Juan, San Luis Obispo Co, CA, to his brother Pirney, Byron, Ontario, 23 Feb 1879. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R (1880)—Letter from Robert G Flint Jr, [Rancho] San Juan, San Luis Obispo Co, CA, to his brother Pirney, Byron, Ontario, 14 Aug 1880. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Flint, R O (1824)—will of Robert O Flint, Hempnall, Norfolk, England, 4 Apr 1824. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Goodspeed and Blanchard (1882)—Weston A Goodspeed and Charles Blanchard (eds) Counties of Lake and Porter, Indiana: Historical and Biographical, F A Battey and Co, Chicago.

Gordon (1843)—Letter from J Gordon, Saxlingham Nethergate, Norfolk, England, to Robert G Flint Jr, Westminster, Canada West, 24 Sep 1843. From a copy provided by Lloyd Blinn, London, ON.

Guinn (1903)—J M Guinn, History of the State of California and Biographical Record of Santa Cruz, San Benito, Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties, Chapman Publishing Co, Chicago.

Guy (RWdb)—Sarah Guy, "Manley & Hall Family".

IGIInternational Genealogical Index, a database of births, baptisms, marriages, deaths, and burials compiled by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons).

Immigration (1830)Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York from Foreign Ports, 1789–1919. National Archives at Washington, DC, Microfilm Publication M237, roll 13.

Immigration (1833)Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York from Foreign Ports, 1789–1919. National Archives at Washington, DC, Microfilm Publication M237, roll 19.

Immigration (1837)Registers of Vessels Arriving at the Port of New York from Foreign Ports, 1789–1919. National Archives at Washington, DC, Microfilm Publication M237, roll 34.

Jones (1856)—Letter from William S Jones, Dry Creek, Amador Co, CA, to Pirney Flint, Hall's Mills, Canada West, 1 Sep 1856. From a copy provided by Douglas Older, St Thomas, ON.

Land Records (ws)U S Dept of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records. Note: these data are not indexed against the land patent document.

Lewis (1967)—Jenny Raycraft Lewis, "Llyndinshire"—London Township, no publisher.

Lewis (1994a)—Marion Lewis, Ulson 3-Generation Chart, (handout at Markham/Berczy Settlers Bicentennial, Markham, ON).

Lewis (1994b)—Marion Lewis, Ulson/Elson Genealogy, (handout at Markham/Berczy Settlers Bicentennial, Markham, ON).

Luzader (2008)—John F Luzader, Saratoga: A Military History of the Decisive Campaign of the American Revolution, Savas Beatie LLC, New York and El Dorado Hills, CA.

McKay scrapbook—I have gleaned many dates and relationships from the wonderful scrapbooks kept by my late brother, Donald Roy McKay, of Lorain, OH.

Meadows (1965)—Don Meadows (ed), The Cattle Drives of Joseph E Pleasants from Baja California in 1867 and 1868, Dawson's Book Shop, Los Angeles.

Mewse (ws)Mewse Family History.

Middlesex History (1889)History of the County of Middlesex[, Ontario], Canada, W A & C L Goodspeed, Publishers, Toronto and London (at Google Books).

Morrison and Haydon (1917)—Annie L Morrison and John L Haydon, History of San Luis Obispo County and Environs, California, with Biographical Sketches, Historic Record Company, Los Angeles.

Mortgages (ws)—San Luis Obispo County, California, MORTGAGE INDEX, 1856–1885, Transcribed by Barbara Erden, January 2004.

Mutrie (1992)—R Robert Mutrie, The Long Point Settlers, Log Cabin Publishing, Ridgeway, ON.

Mutrie (2005)—R Robert Mutrie, Steinhoff of Welland County, Upper Canada, current state of an ongoing project printed out as of Dec 2005.

Obee (2012)—David Brian Obee, Counting Canada: A Genealogical Guide to the Canadian Census, published by author, Victoria, BC.

Ohles (1997)—Wallace V Ohles, The Lands of Mission San Miguel, The Friends of the Adobes Inc, San Miguel, CA.

Reinfeld (RWdb)—Linda Reinfeld, "My.Family - ancestors, descendants and others".

San Juan (ws)San Juan Ranch website.

Shank (1992)—Bob Shank, "From Philadelphia to the Genesee", Berczy Settlers Gazette, v 1, n 2 (Fall).

Shaw (1896)—Reuben Cole Shaw, Across the Plains in '49, W C West, Farmland, IN. Reprinted by Lakeside Press/R R Donnelley, Chicago, 1948; and Citadel Press, New York, 1966.

Smith (1973)—Clifford Neal Smith, Brunswick Deserter-Immigrants of the American Revolution (German-American Genealogical Research Monograph Number 1), Heritage House, Thompson, IL.

Stanley (1976)—Leo L Stanley, San Miguel at the Turn of the Century, Valley Publishers, Fresno, CA. Compiled by Randy Reddick from articles published in The San Miguel Banner.

Steinhoff (2005)—Johannes Steinhoff, The Final Hours: The Luftwaffe Plot against Göring, Potomac Books, Dulles, VA (a posthumous translation of a work © 1985 by Steinhoff).

Strassburger and Hinke (1934)—Ralph Beaver Strassburger and William John Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, 3 vols, Pennsylvania German Society, Norristown, PA. [The name of Ralph Beaver Strassburger is on these volumes as author, but William John Hinke seems to have been the real compiler.] This work has been reprinted a number of times, but usually without vol 2, which contains facsimiles of the actual handwritten lists transcribed in vol 1. In such cases vol 3 becomes vol 2.

Stryker-Rodda (1965)—Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "New Jersey Rateables, 1773–1774", The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, v 40, n 1 (Jan).

Tausky (2005)—Nancy Z Tausky, "Robert and Hannah Flint", p 9–10 in Michael Baker and Hilary Bates Neary (eds), 100 Fascinating Londoners, James Lorimer & Co Ltd, Toronto.

Thompson & West (1883)—See Angel (1883).


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