• [S1] Allegheny Co. Pennsylvania; Recorder of Deeds. FHL microfilm series.
  • [S2] Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, will books. Viewed on FamilySearch.org, "Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", Images.
  • [S3] Ancestry.com - Public Member Trees.
  • [S4] Ancestry.com
  • [S5] Beiler, Rosalind F., Immigrant and Entrepreneur : The Atlantic World of Caspar Wister, 1650-1750. Penn. State Univ. Press, 2008
  • [S6] Beiler, Rosalind J., 'Smuggling Goods or Moving Households?' : The Legal Status of German-Speaking Immigrants in the First British Empire', chapter I, 'Migration und atlantische Welt', in book Menschen zwischen zwei Welten : Auswanderung, Ansiedlung, Akkulturation, ed. Walter G. Rödel, Helmut Schmahl. Publ. Trier : WVT, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Tier, 2001. p. 9. [Stanford Univ., Cecil B. Green Lib.] [see also Häberlein]
  • [S7] Berks Co., Pennsylvania, Recorder of Deeds; Deeds, 1734-1868; Index, 1752-1926. FHL microfilm series.
  • [S8] Berks Co., Pennsylvania,Court of Common Pleas. Naturalization of James Moore 5 Nov 1813. In family possession.
  • [S9] Berks County, Pa., Open Records, Recorder of Deeds Online Services. URL: https://countyfusion4.kofiletech.us/countyweb/login.do
  • [S10] Berks County, Pa., Register of Wills, Letters of Administration, Vol. 11, p. 8., Rosanna Moore. FHL microfilm 20815. Also FamilySearch image 715.
  • [S11] Berks County, Pa., Will Register, No. 8, p. 137-138. Will of Lydia Moore of Womelsdorf, dated 24 August 1841, proved 29 Aug 1843. FHL microfilm 20728. Also available on FamilySearch.org Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, Berks, Estates, image 1498.
  • [S12] Berks County, Pa., Will Register, No. 8, p. 522-523. Will of Ann Grey of Womelsdorf, dated 24 August 1841, proved 29 Aug 1843. FHL microfilm 20728. FamilySearch.org
  • [S13] Berks County, Pennsylvania. Register of Wills and Clerk of the Orphans' Court. Copy obtained from county. Also FHL microfilm series titled 'Estate files, 1752-1915'. File: Moore, James, WD, 1824. FHL microfilm 1818883. FamSrch Image 1450.
  • [S14] Berks County, Pennsylvania. Register of Wills and Clerk of the Orphans' Court. FHL microfilm series titled 'Estate files, 1752-1915'. File: Moore, Frances, WD, 1858. FHL microfilm 2368305. On FamilySearch.org Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, Berks, Estates…, images 32-60.
  • [S15] Berks County, Pennsylvania. Register of Wills and Clerk of the Orphans' Court. FHL microfilm series titled 'Estate files, 1752-1915'. On FamilySearch.org Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, Berks, Estates…
  • [S16] Best, Jane Evans. The Groff Book, Volume 2, A Continuing Saga. Ronks PA, Groff History Associates, 1997. [see also vol. 1 by Groff, et. al.]
  • [S17] bk Rupp - History of Lancaster     Rupp, I. Daniel. History of Lancaster County; To which is prefixed a brief sketch of the eary history of Pennsylvania; compiled from authentic sources. published by Bilbert Hills, Lancaster, Penn. 1844 Facsimile reprint. Published 1990 by Heritage Books, Bowie, Maryland. [Sutro Lib.]
  • [S18] Bretten, Germany. Evangelische Kirche Bretten. Kirchenbuch, 1565-1956. Baptisms. FHL microfilm 1189884.
  • [S19] Brown, Robert Benaway and Frank X. Braun. "The Tunebook of Conrad Doll", published in The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Vol. 42, 3rd Qtr., 1948, p. 229-238.
  • [S20] Brunner, Raymond J., "A Conrad Doll Chamber Organ" published in "The Tracker : Jouranl of the Organ Historical Society, Inc.", Vol. 25, Nbr. 2, Winter 1981, p. 16. URL organhistoricalsociety.org/downloads/tracker/public/old/1981-25-2.pdf
  • [S21] Burlington County, New Jersey. Mount Holly Herald. Abstracted in 'Death Notices and Obituaries' on website of Burlington County Library System.
  • [S22] Chester County,Pennsylvania. Recorder of Deeds. 'Deeds 1688-1903 ; Index to deeds 1688-1922'. Microfilm series. Viewed on FamilySearch.org.
  • [S23] Church Records of Tabor First Reformed Church 1764-1851. Lebanon, Lebanon Co. Pa., copied by Dr. William J Hinke. FHL Microfilm 20349 Item 5. Typed manuscript.
  • [S24] Church Records of the First (Trinity) Reformed Church at York, Penn. 1744-1853. copied by William J Hinke. FHL Microfilm 20356. typed manuscript.
  • [S25] Church Records of the First Reformed Congregation at Lancaster 1736 - 1806,; copied by Dr. William J. Hinke; Reformed Churches in Eastern Penn.; Located at Hist. Soc. Of the Reformed Churches, Franklin & Marshall College Library, Lancaster. FHL Microfilm #20349 Item 2. typescript.
  • [S26] Clark, Martha Bladen, 'History of Lot 159 of the Hamilton Grant'. published in Papers Read Before the Lancaster Historical Society, Vol 20, No. 1 (1916) p. 5-18. [Google books May 2011]
  • [S27] Cordier Antiques & Fine Arts conducted an auction 13 August 2005 at Farmersville Auction, Ephrata, Pennsylvania of pieces descended through the Moore and Seltzer families of Womelsdorf, Berks County & Lebanon County.
  • [S28] David Tannenberg: Master Organ-Builder from Early Pennsylvania, Chapter 5: The Followers of Tannenberg, by Philip T. D. Cooper. URL www.davidtannenberg.com/Chapter5.htm & photos at www.davidtannenberg.com/Peace_Church.htm
  • [S29] Deed of Settlement on the Intermarriage of James Moore and Frances Gray, dated 1772. Two page manuscript in family possession.
  • [S30] Delanco, New Jersey, First Presbyterian, Church Register of, 1872-1916. FHL microfilm 1723678, Item 3.
  • [S31] Doll, Charles Edward III. '300 years of the Doll Family 1672-1972'. Chapter: 'Descendants of Baptista Dohld'. On-line manuscript: FHL catalog title: 'Doll genealogy : American revoluntionary [sic] war patriot Joseph Doll, father of Charlotte (Doll) Michael, Mrs. John Michael'. Publ. 1989. Viewed on BYU via FHL catalog.
  • [S32] Dr. William Moore's Family Bible. Book published 1837 by Thomas Manson & George Lane for Methodist Episcopal Church. Contains family vital records, starting with 1840 marriage of William Moore and Mary Anne Doll. Four-plus generations. In Moore family possession, 'bought at public sale of Dr. William Moore deceased by William G Moore Aug 17 1872.'
  • [S33] Dubbs, Joseph Henry. History of Franklin and Marshall College. publ. Lancaster, Penn. 1903 Franklin and Marshall College Alumni Assoc.
  • [S34] Egle, William Henry, Notes and queries, historical and genealogical, chiefly relating to interior Pennsylvania.
  • [S35] Ellis, Franklin, and Samuel Evans, History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. publ. 1883.
  • [S36] Family record of Thomas Moore, born 1781, naming his parents, wife and children and all their birth dates. Hand written, in one hand, in old style writing and pen, on one tattered page. In family possession.
  • [S37] FamilySearch.org.
  • [S38] Felker, Kenneth A., ed., Burial Book of Moravian Church, Lancaster, Penn. Translated by George R Steinman. Printed book; With typed index & penned annotations by Kenneth A Felker 1938. FHL Microfilm #383,298, Item 2.
  • [S39] FindAGrave.com
  • [S40] First Reformed Church, Lancaster Pa. (original records). Filmed at Franklin & Marshall College Library. In German; appear to be original records. FHL Microfilm #21452. [Some cited records translated by experienced FHC volunteer.]
  • [S41] Geddes, William. website: John & William Geddes Letters, Ann Arbor District Library. url: www.aadl.org/geddes_letters. Letters of William Geddes of Campbellstown, Dauphin Co., Pa.
  • [S42] GenealogyBank. URL: http://www.genealogybank.com
  • [S43] Google Books. URL: https://books.google.com/
  • [S44] Greenwood Cemetery, O'Hara Township, Allegheny County Pa., USGenWeb Archives, paragraph contributed by Diane Nichols, re George Love. (URL http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/allegheny/cemeteries/…)
  • [S45] Grimminger, Jay. Pennsylvania Dutch Tune and Chorale Books In The Early Republic: Music As A Medium Of Cultural Assimilation. PhD dissertation. 2009. University of Pittsburgh. Chapter 4.3 Doll’s Tune Book and Helmuth’s Chorale Book, p. 95. URL http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/7613/1/…
  • [S46] Guilford, Billy. 'The Genealogy of the Graff Family'. A six page, legal size, typed manuscript, with a few penned corrections and additions, in family possession. Found with Rev. Robert Pilgram's 1921 letter. Possibly the manuscript was typed by Pilgram. Pilgram's letter quotes a portion of the manuscript. Pilgram says he has had the data for 15 years - so the data was created circa 1906.
  • [S47] Guilford, Billy. 'William Moore record'. One paragraph of the 'Genealogy of the Graff Family', page 6. Referring to William Moore of Lebanon (d. 1841), the paragraph starts "in his family bible are found records of other members of his family who emigrated to America", and goes on to list seventeen people with death dates.
  • [S48] Guilford, Nathan. The Guilford Family in America: Pedigrees and Genealogical Notes of the Guilford and Allied Families. Privately printed, 1898. Viewed on Google books.
  • [S49] Humphrey, John T. Pennsylvania Births, Berks County, 1710-1780. Washington D.C., Humphrey Publications, 1997.
  • [S50] Humphrey, John T. Pennsylvania Births, Berks County, 1781-1800. Washington D.C., Humphrey Publications, 1998.