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      1. Swen, Earl G. -- Virginia Historical Index 2:411-412, 1965. Gloucester, Mass., Peter Smith.
      2.  Index Guide to Southern Historical Soc. Papers, 1876-1959, V. 2. J-Z, Kraus International Publication, Millwood, N.Y.
      3. Herbert, Miranda C. and McNeil Barbara -- Biography and Genealogy Master Index, 2nd. Ed. V. 6, P-R. Gale Biographical Index Ser. No. 1 Gale Research Co., Detroit, Mich. 1980
      4.  Simmons, Samuel W. -- The Pegram Family. Heritage of Tippah County, Mississippi. 546-549, Heritage Pub. Co. Tulsa, Okla., 1981.
      5.  The Society of Colonial Dames of the Seventeenth Century. Mrs. William Owen Barnes, National No. 17799, 1981.
      6.  Pegram, Henry -- Origin of the Pegram Family in the United States and History of the same during the Eighteenth Century. William & Mary Quart., 2nd. Ser. 2: 49-69, 1922.
      7. Pegram, Charles V. -- History of the Pegram Family, 32 pp. Pub. by Chas. V. Pegram, Winston Salem, N.C. Ca. 1954.
 8. Pegram, Daniel Theodore -- Family Bible Records.
 9. York County, Va. Deeds, Orders, Wills 1687-1691, Book 8, Part 2. P. 242. (Abst. by John Fred Dorman).
10. York Co. Va. Deeds, Orders, Wills 1691-1694, Book 8, Part 2, No. 9, P. 202. (Abst. by John Fred Dorman).
11. Pegram, Sarah -- Will, 19 June 1727. York Co. Va. Orders, Wills, Deeds, Book 16, P. 465, 1727.
12. York Co. Va. Orders, Wills, Deeds 20: 308, 1754.
13. Goodwin, William Archer Rutherfoord -- Historical Sketch of Bruton Church, Williamsburg, Va., Death Notices P. 140-142, 1903.
14. Goodwin, Mary R.M. -- Research Dept. Colonial Williamsburg. Data from York Co. Records, Personal communication to Walter W. Folger.
15. York Co. Va. Orders, Deeds Wills 17: 167-168, 1731.
16. York Co. Va. -- Orders, Deeds, Wills 17: 337, 1732.
17. A Book of The South, P. 360, Sou. Editors Assn., James O. Jones Co., 1940.
18. Pegram, William Howell -- Copy of undated document, furnished by Laurence B. Gardiner, Memphis, Tenn.
19. Gardiner, Laurence B. -- Information furnished from his extensive files on the Pegram Family. 
20. Tylers Quart. Hist. and Geneal. Magazine, 2:113 & 204, 1920.
21. Bell, Landon C. -- The Old Free State, History of Lunenburg County and Southern Va. V. 2. 1927. The William Byrd Press Inc. Richmond, Va.
22. Everton, George B. Jr., Editor, -- The Handy Book for Genealogists. Everton Publishers Inc., Logan, Utah 1968.
   
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23. Natl. Cyclopedia Amer. Biog. -- George B. Pegram 49: 132, 1966.
24. Natl. Cyclo. Amer. Biog. V. 3: 447, 1893.
25. Natl. Cyclo. Amer. Biog. V. 44: 256, 1962.
26. Tyler's Quart. Hist. & Geneal. Mag. 6: 276, 1925.
27. York Co. Va. Orders, Wills, Deeds, No. 12: 174, 228, 1702-1706.
28. York Co. Va. Orders, Wills, Deeds, No. 14, 1709-1716. See also 1712 & 1713, P. 300.
29. York Co. Va. Orders Wills, Deeds, 3: 313-324, 1719. Quoted from Pegram (6).
30. Boddie, John Bennett -- Historical Southern Families 7: 139-142, 1963.
31. Boddie, John Bennett- Southside Virginia Families 2: 325, 1956.
32. York Co. Va. Records, Tyler's Quart. Mag. Hist. & Genealo. 2: 270, 1921.
33. Chamberlayne, Churchill Gibson -- Vestry Book and Register of Bristol Parish, Va. 1720-1789, P. 325,354, 1898.
34. Virginia Mag. of History 15: No. 1, P. 381, 1907.
35. Virginia Mag. of History 16: P. 21, 1908.
36. Boddie, John Bennett -- Southside Virginia Families 2: 327, 1956.
37. Pegram, Daniel -- Will, Bute Co., N.C., dated 15 Nov. 1776, Probated Nov. 1777.
38. Childs, James Rives -- Relics of the Rives. J.P. Bell Co. Linchburg, Va. 1929.
39. Hughes, Thomas P. Jr. -- Dinwiddie County, Virginia Data 1752-1865. Pub. by Thomas P. Hughes Jr., Memphis, Tenn. 1975.
40. Jones, Richard L. -- Dinwiddie County -- Carefour of the Commonwealth, 1976. Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Va.
41. Lumpkin, Mary Elizabeth Pegram -- A Record of the Pegram Family. Typed Mms. and Film, Illinois State Hist. Lib., Springfield; about 1935.
42. Hughes, Thomas P. Jr. & Standifer, Jewel B. -- Land Records of Dinwiddie County, Va. 1752-1820, Pub. by Authors 1973.
43. Wyatt, Edward A. IV. -- Dr. James Greenway, Eighteenth Century Botanist of Dinwiddie County, with account of two generations of his descendants. Tyler's Quart. Mag. Hist. & Genealo. 17: (4) 210-223, 1936.
44. Meade, Bishop William -- Old Churches, Ministers and Founders of Virginia. Two Vols. V. 2. 429, 1906.
45. Pegram, Robert Baker III and Susan Wright Pegram -- Pegram Family Papers, consisting of documents, letters, records, personal notes, published material and books. Considerable information was utilized, especially as regards the many dates that had been recorded. The material was from many sources, and often times reference will be made only to the Pegram Papers, since they contained authentic information, sometimes from unidentified sources. The primary source is also referred to, where available and indicated. The Pegram files contained a document similar in style and content to the Lumpkin manuscript (reference 41). There was probably some cooperation, and exchange of information, between the two families.
   46. Works Progress Adm. of Virginia Historical Inventory No. 35, "Village View Site and Village View Cemetery" -- Recorded by Dorothy Gray Pilout, 11 March 1936.
   
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47. Gordon, Armistead C. -- Memories and Memorials of William Gordon McCabe, P. 15-16, 1925. Old Dominion Press, Richmond, Va.
48. Pegram, Robert L., Dallas, Texas -- Mr. Pegram has researched the Pegram Family for a number of Years in Virginia, Tennessee and other states. His collection of information, documents and photographs were made available to the compiler.
49. Hinshaw, William Wade -- Encyclopedia of Amer. Quaker Genealogy, 6:139, 1973. Geneal. Pub. Co. Baltimore.
50. Works Progress Adm. -- Dinwiddie County -- "The County of the Apamatica", 1942. Copyright Dinwiddie Co. School Board.
51. Calendar of Va. State Papers, Jan. 1, 1782 -- Dec. 31, 1784, P. 613, 1883.
52. Matthew, William Kennon -- Luke Matthew of Brunswick County, Virginia 1739-1788, and his Descendants, P. 50-52, After 1827.
53. Calendar of Va. State Papers 9:78 & 82, 1890.
54. Seward, Margaret Pegram, Petersburg, Va. Letter of 23 March 1940 to Walter W. Folger.
55. Historical and Genealogical Notes, Wm. & Mary Quar. 1st. Ser. 14: 139, 1905-06.
56. Records of Dinwiddie County 1789-90, Wm. & Mary Quar. 23: (1) 214, 1914.
57. Virginia magazine V. 28, P. 166, 1920.
58. Folger, Walter W. Data transcribed from Adjutant General's Office, War Dept., Washington, D.C. 3 Jan. 1937.
59. Dinwiddie Co., Va. Order Book, August Quarterly Session 1789.
60. Calendar of Virginia State Papers 10: 352, 1892.
61. Bruce, William Cabell -- John Randolph of Roanoke 1773-1833. V. 1, P. 296, 1922. G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York.
62. Pegram, Gen. John -- Family Bible, photostat of original, bible records, and additional attached family records. Copies of these bible records were obtained from the genealogical files of the late Robert Baker Pegram III8, and his wife Susan Wright Pegram, an accomplished genealogist. Henry Pegram, author of the booklet on the Origin of the Pegram Family (Reference 6), stated in a letter of 12 July 1921 that he had inspected the bible at the home of Colonel Holt, a descendant of Gen. John Pegram. Capt. Robert Baker Pegram, son of Gen. John, must have had the bible at some time, since he sent notarized information, the same as contained in the bible, to Mrs. Virginia Pegram McIntosh of Baltimore, a granddaughter of Gen. John's. The records in the original bible were obviously augmented in the years following General Pegram's death. The present location of the bible is not known to the compiler. It was printed in 1812 by Mathew Carney, 122 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
63. The South in the Building of a Nation, V. 12, p. 258, 1909. The Southern Historical Publication Soc., Richmond, Va.
64. Watson, Walter A. -- Notes on Southside Virginia, Bull. Va. State Library 15: 7, 8 & 11, No. 2, 1925.
65. Calendar of Va. State Papers, Jan. 1, 1808 -- Dec. 31, 1835, 10: P. 35, 1892.
66. The South in the Building of a Nation, V. 12: 259, 1909. Sou. Hist. Pub. Soc., Richmond, Va.
67. Clemens, William M. -- Famous Virginians -- Eminent Men of the Old Dominion with date and place of Birth and Death. Pub. Pompton Lakes, N.J., 1921.
   
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68. Slaughter, Philip A. -- History of Bristol Parish Virginia, P. 206-208, 2nd. Ed., 1879, J.W. Randolph & English, Richmond, Va.
69. The Natl. Cyclo. Amer. Biog. 23: 296-97, 1940.
70. Morton, Mrs. William W. -- Resume of the Ward Family. (Mrs. Morton was Margaret McIntosh, daughter of Mrs. David Mclntosh, who was Virginia Pegram, daughter of Gen. James West Pegram).
71. Works Progress Adm. of Virginia Historical Inventory, No. 37, "Bonneville", Recorded by Dorothy Pilout, 15 Jan. 1937.
72. Pegram, Daniel Theodore -- List of Family Members of Several Generations, in his own handwritten document.
73. Ward, William W. -- Records of the Pegram and Ward Families.
74. Tyler's Quar. Hist. & Geneal. Mag. V. 8, P. 264-65, 1927.
75. Pegram, Robert Baker, 1811-1894 -- Sworn Affidavit before Notary, Norfolk, Va., containing information on several members of the Pegram family and their descendants, 1893.
76. Va., Mag. Hist. & Biog. 88: 226, 1980.
77. Hayden, Horace Edwin -- Virginia Genealogies, P. 314. Geneal. Pub. Co. Baltimore, 1979.
78. DeLeon, T.C. -- Belles, Beaux and Brains of the Sixties, 1909. T. Fisher UNWIN, London.
79. Goode, George Brown -- Virginia Cousins, 1887. Randolph & English, Richmond, Va.
80. Wakelyn, Jon E. -- Biographical Directory, 1977. Westport, Conn., London, Eng.
81. Green, Patricia and Brian -- The Lee-Pegram Cover. The Amer. Philatelist 85: No. 8,685-686, 1971.
82. Sou. Hist. Soc. Papers 11: 22, 1883.
83. Sou. Hist. Soc. Papers 24: 117, 1896.
84. Wert, Jeffry D. b (Spring Mills, Penn.) The Confederate Belle. (A Treatise on Hetty Cary). Two of the works used in researching this article were "Recollections Grave and Gay" by Mrs. Burton Harrison, 1911, and "A Diary from Dixie" by Mary Boykin Chestnut, 1949.
85. The Encyclopedia of Southern History, 1979. Pub. Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge.
86. Johnson, Rossiter -- Campfire and Battlefields. The Fairfax Press, New York 1978. Reprint of the 1894 Edition, Pub. by B. Taylor, New York.
87. Chamberlayne, C.G. -- Ham Chamberlayne-Virginian, P. 227, 1932. Dietz Printing Co., Richmond.
88. Sou. Hist. Soc. Papers, V. 14, P. 33, 1886.
89. Sou. Hist. Soc. Papers, 35: 57, 1907.
90. Wm. & Mary Quart. 1st. Ser. 25: 73, 1916. Letters from Maj. Thomas Rowland CSA from North Carolina 1861-62.
91. Hubert, Sarah D. -- Private Document, obtained from Mr. Laurence B. Gardiner, Memphis, Tenn.
92. Gardner, Charles Kitchell -- A dictionary of all officers, who have been commissioned, or have been appointed and served, in the Army of the United States since the inauguration of their first president, in 1789, to the first of January 1858, with every commission of each. G.P. Putnam & Co., New York, 1853.
   
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93. Heite, Edward F.: Captain Robert B, Pegram: Hero Under Four Flags. Virginia Cavalcade 5: 38-43, 1965.
94. Pegram, Susan Wright (Mrs. Robert Baker Pegram III) A manuscript giving information on several families, including the Pegram family. Written for her children, Robert Baker Pegram IV, and Virginia Pegram Harrison, following a genealogical trip through Virginia and North Carolina in 1929. Now in possession of Susan Pegram O'Gara (Mrs. Kelvin O'Gara) Atlanta, Ga.
95. Virkus, Frederick A. -- The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy. Inst. Amer. Geneal., V. 3, 1928.
96. Rose, Ben Lucy -- Alexander Rose of Person County, North Carolina and his Descendants, Richmond, Va. 1979.
97. Works Progress Adm. of Virginia Historical Inventory-Dinwiddie County, Bible Records, Pegram-Hargrave, "Weiland", Nos. 133, 133C, 1936.
98. Boisseau, Henrietta Pegram, Dinwiddie, Va., Family Bible Records.
99. Burgess, L.A. -- Virginia Soldiers of 1776, V. 1., P. 449, 1927. (see also V. 3).
100. Lancaster, Robert A. Jr. -- Historic Virginia Homes and Churches. J.P. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, 1915.
101. Pegram, John and Martha Thweatt Goodwyn -- Bible Records.
102. Gwathmey, John H. -- Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution, 1775-1783, Richmond 1938.
103. Weaver, Frances Pegram, -- Red Springs, N.C., Personal Communications 1982. Furnished valuable data from official documents and from family records, relative to the descendants ot Daniel Pegram and Nancy Hardaway.
104. Fothergill, Augusta B. -- Marriage Records of Brunswick County, Virginia 1730-1852, 3:57, 89, 1953.
105. Knorr, Catherine Lindsay, -- Marriage Bonds and Ministers Returns of Brunswick County, Va. 1750-1810, p. 73, Southern Historical Press, Easley, S.C. 1953.
106. Index to Real Estate, Microfilm C. 060. 40139, North Carolina State Library, Raleigh.
107. Slaughter, Phillip, -- A History of Bristol Parish, Va., 2nd. Ed. p. 174, 1879. J.W. Randolph & English, Richmond.
108. Hardaway, Robert Archelaus, -- Memoirs and Genealogy of Robert Archelaus Hardaway Notarized as true copy by B.H. Hardaway III. Copied by Lizzie Rutherford Chapter U.D.C. Columbus, Georgia.
109. Tippah County, Miss., Ripley, Deed Book D. P. 485, 1840.
110. Tippah County, Miss., Ripley, Deed Book E., P. 386, 1843.
111. General Services Adm., Natl. Archives, Washington, D.C. File SC 13020, Rect. NO. 76474
112. Hardeman County, Tenn., Deed Book O., P. 618, 1858.
113. Hardeman County, Tenn., Deed Book Q., P. 26, 1858.
114. Hardeman County, Tenn., Deed Book J., P. 100, 1847.
115. Pegram, Samuel William -- Family Bible.
116. Tippah County, Miss., Marriage Book No. 3, P. 221, 1873.
   
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117. Brown, Andrew -- History of Tippah County, Mississippi -- The first Century Tippah County Hist. and Geneal. Soc., Ripley, 1976
118. Tippah County Hist. & Geneal. Soc. -- Tippah County Heritage, Heritage Pub. Co., Tulsa, Okla., 1981.
119. Simmons, Samuel William -- Descendants of John Simmons of North Carolina 1760, 133 pp. Privately published, 1979.
120. Simmons, Samuel W. -- An Autobiography. Privately Published 1979.
121. Pankey, George Edward -- John Pankey of Manakin Town, Virginia and his Descendants, Vol. 2, P. 116. Pub. Ruston, La., 1972.
122. The Memphis Press-Scimitar, Jan. 26, 1956, Memphis, Tenn.
123. Mississippi Dept. Arch. & Hist., Confederate Soldiers Records. Jackson.
124. Craig, William B. -- The Hines Family. A Private Research Document of the Hines Family, 1978.
125. Pegram, Thomas H., York, S.C. -- Private Communication.
126. Hoke, Rachel Hannah -- The Stowe Family 1718-1976. The Heritage Publishers, Charlotte, N.C., 1977.
127. Wales, M.B,. Gastonia, N.C. Family Records furnished through Laurence B. Gardiner, Memphis, Tenn.
128. Hoffman, Leban Miles -- Our Kin. Gaston County, N.C. Historical Soc.
129. Barclay, Julia Comly (Dau. Rev. James Barclay) Letter of 2 Nov. 1954 to dear Maud, a relative. 130. Rankin, John Onslow -- Family Bible Records, Cited by M.B. Wales, Ref. 127.
131. McLean, L.L., Gastonia, N.C., Letter of 22 Oct., 1954 to Laurence B. Gardiner, Memphis, Tenn.
132. Pegram, W.W. -- Personal Communication to Laurence B. Gardiner, Memphis, Tenn.
133.  James City County, Virginia Tax Book, p. 42, 1768.
134. Woodson, Robert F. and Isabell -- Virginia Tithables -- from Burned Record Counties, 1970.
135. Bell, Landon C. -- Charles Parish, York County, Virginia, History and Registers, 1648-1789. (Virginia State Library Board), 1932.
136. Macon, Althea J. -- Gideon Macon of Virginia and some Descendants, 1956.
137. Fethergill, A.B. and Naugle, J.M. -- Virginia Tax Payers 1782-87.
138. Petersburg, Virginia, Marriage records, Book 1, 1784-1865.
139. Petersburg, Virginia. Statues at Large, Vol. 14, Chap. 42, p. 320. 1791. Cited by Pegram (45). 140. Daughters of American Revolution 36070, vol. 37, P. 26-27, 1913.
141. Fleet, Beverly, -- Virginia Colonial Abstracts, V. 30, p. 39, Genealogy Pub. Co. Baltimore, 1961.
142. Hardy, Stella P., -- Colonial Families of the South, 1974.
143 Rogers, George Wesley -- Officers of the Senate of Virginia 1776-1956, Richmond, Va. 1959.
144. Stanard, Mary Newton -- Colonial Virginia: Its People and Customs: pp. 50, 66, 196, 1917, J.P. Lipppincott, Philadelphia.
   
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145. Hardeman County, Tennessee, Deed Book A, p. 448. Information given on land transactions in Hardeman County, Tennessee is based on a personal examination of Deed or Will books in the County Clerks office of Hardeman County, Bolivar, Tennessee, and book references to each transaction will not be cited.
146. Dowdey, Clifford, -- LEE. Little Brown & Co. Boston, 1965.
147 Burgess, Louis A. -- Virginia Soldiers of 1776, V. I, Richmond Press Inc. 1927. (Also Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc. Baltimore, 1973).
148. Rowland, Maj. Thomas -- Letters of Maj. Thomas Rowland 1861, William & Mary Quart. Mag., Ser. 1, V. 24, p. 238, 1916.
149. Freeman, Douglas Southall -- Lees Lieutenants, V. 1, 1943; V. 2, 1944; V. 3, 1946. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York.
150. William and Mary Quart. Mag., Ser. 1, V. 21, p. 271, 1913, also V. 22, p. 44, 1913-14.
151. Norman, Mary Florence James, granddaughter of Baker Andrews and Mary Peter Pegram, wrote the Andrews family information cited by Lumpkin (41).
152. Nicholson, Lee -- Letters to Virginia Pegram McIntosh of Baltimore, Md., 18 Apr. 1918; and to Robert Pegram Holt of Newport News, Va., 30 July 1935. These lengthy letters give considerable information, and some extrapolations relative to the history of the Pegram family.
153. Tippah County Historical and Genealogical Society -- News and Journal, V-10, No. 2, 1984, Ripley, Miss.
154. Torrence, Clayton -- Virginia Wills and Administrations, Geneal. Pub. Co., Baltimore, Md. 1972.
155. Nugent, Nell Merian-- Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts ofVirginia Land Patents andGrants, 1666-1695, Vol. 2: pp. 102-103, 1977; Virginia State Library, Richmond.
156. DuBin, Alexander-- Five Hundred First Families Of America, 4th Edition, pp. 398-403, 1972-73. The Historical Pub. Soc., New York, N.Y. 10017.
   
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