|Statement||by Fred D. and Ethelyn N. Pinkham.|
|Contributions||Pinkham, Ethelyn N.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S859 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||91159270|
Brand new Book. The Stinson Family History is written to preserve knowledge of our ancestors for future generations and to provide a basis for further research. There's much more to be discovered and documented and I can only hope that others will continue the search for additional information about these many families. On pages 5 through 7, of my family history of the STINSONS, So Obscure A Person, I discussed the STINSON family legend of a kidnapping regarding our immigrant ancestor Alexander STINSON. The legend first surfaced in the following clipping from "Southern Kith and Kin" by Jewel Davis Scarborough, page , published Stinson genealogy This edition published in by F.D. Pinkham in Bath, Me. “So Obscure a Person,” , by Edna Barney, is a family history and genealogy book of ALEXANDER STINSON Senior of Buckingham County, Virginia and his Virginia descendants. Available at
Stinson genealogy mailing list for correspondence and sharing of information pertaining to family histories of the Stinson surname and its variations. Or check the index of mailing lists for a sound-alike name. Stinson in Ancestry Message Boards Stinson in Ancestry Family and Local Histories. Stinson Genealogy & History Stinson is a patronymic name meaning son of Stephen, which name originated from the Greek stephanos (crown or wreath). Stinson family history notes that the first recorded spelling was that of Edward Stynson in in the Northumberland County Records. Posted in stinson, The STINSON Book, tagged alexander stinson, buckingham county, family history, genealogy, stinson book, stinson family, virginia on April 9, | Leave a Comment» I wrote “So Obscure A Person” and published it on 13 March Andrew Stinson is believed to be the son of John Stinson and Hallie Edna Cooper. His ancestors included the following: 1. Robert Stinson, born between in Redough, Scotland. 2. James Stinson, born between in Redough, Scotland; married Janette Allison. She was born in and died in 3.
Patricia Stinson. out of 5 stars Overwhelmed. have been scouring the web for a book to help me organize all the paper trail and research that comes with researching family history, but to no avail until now. I love the layout, the format and it is so easy to read. Each chapter deals with a different aspect, even going into how health Reviews: The book includes 13 generations of Dressers, 12 generations of Stinsons and the Tveit genealogy back to This book includes stories, documents and family history data about many of these related Dressers. The name index contains about names. Printed on 70# paper, bound with a glossy cover. To order, contact Marilyn Stinson in St. This post is in answer to the email following, received today. On pages 73 thro of my STINSON genealogy book, "So Obscure A Person,” I explain that when I encountered the will of David STINSON, brother of my ancestor Archibald STINSON, at Buckingham County courthouse, I was able to understand many relationships of my STINSON family. The will itself mentioned family . Stinson Project WikiTree is a free community of genealogists. If you agree with our 9-Point Honor Code we'd love your help filling in the blanks and fixing mistakes. This STINSON index .