• [S1] 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.'
  • [S2] James Moore's Family Bible: Family record pages, presumably cut from a bible, starting with the 1772 marriage of James Moore of Convoy, and documenting his children's events. Consists of three loose pieces of paper, six sides, kept inserted into the Dr. Wm Moore Family Bible.
  • [S3] 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.
  • [S4] William Moore of Lebanon Family Bible. Published Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1814. In possession of descendants of Dr. Wm Moore; sold in 'Seyler Auction', lot #66. Title page inscribed 'Willm Moore Lebanon'. The 'Family Record' page records: the marriage of William Moore & Elizabeth Groffn 23 Nov 1800, and their deaths, and the marriage of their nephew W. Moore Guilford & Ann Mary Elder, 10 July 1834. Pasted in a front leaf are obituaries of sisters Catharine Elizabeth (Doll) Guilford and Mary Ann (Doll) Moore.
  • [S5] Deed of Settlement on the Intermarriage of James Moore and Frances Gray, dated 1772. Two page manuscript in family possession.
  • [S6] Berks Co., Pennsylvania,Court of Common Pleas. Naturalization of James Moore 5 Nov 1813. In family possession.
  • [S7] Graff, Sebastian and John Chaloner. Two Revolutionary War era letters concerning supplies, both addressed to John Patton, one from Sebastian Graff, a Lancaster Pa. merchant, dated Sept 2nd 1777, and one from John Chaloner, a commissary purchaser, at Camp Valley Forge, dated Dec 29th 1777. Originals in family possession.
  • [S8] 'Duelling Pistols presented to Dr. W. M by Mr. Petrie of Alabama'. Tag attached to pair of dueling pistols. In possession of family.
  • [S9] Book 'Life of George Washington', publ. Boston 1853, containing four labels: 1) 'Sold by J. W. Moore, Bookseller, Publisher, and Importer, 195 Chesetnut St, Opposite the State House, Phila'. 2) 'G. M. Lauman's Library'. 3) 'Womelsdorf Library...Regulations adopted 1872...' written over with 'W. G. Moore'. 4) 'Ex Libris Paul W Moore'.
  • [S10] Pilgram, Rev. Robert. Three page typed letter, dated January 27 1921, from Rev. Robert Pilgram, 912 Buchanan Ave., Lancaster Pa, to his cousin May Moore of Redlands, California. Author was the son of Rev. Frederic Pilgram. Contains family news and genealogical info on Graff and Doll families, and refers to the 'Billy Guilford Data'.
  • [S11] 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.
  • [S12] An account of immigrants William Moore and of Jacob Seltzer written by Mary E. Moore. Photographed.
  • [S13] Moore, Paul Walter. Application for Membership, Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of California. A draft copy, dated 1906, in family possession. Traces descent from Andrew Graff on Lancaster Pa.
  • [S14] Moore, Mary E. - Notes on William Moore of Reading, Jacob Seltzer, and Kauffman. Hand written 1933. In family possession.
  • [S15] Klopp, Ella. Genealogical notes, on surnames Graff, Doll, Heckman & Moore, transcribed 6/14/1982 by her daughter S. S.
  • [S16] Seyler, S., Notes about the bible of William Moore of Lebanon who died 1747.
  • [S17] Seyler, S., 'Family History According to Suzanne Klopp Seyler'. One page document, distributed by Cordier Antiques. Cordier Antiques & Fine Art together with Farmersville Auction Company on 13 August 13 2005 auctioned a multigenerational collection for David and Suzanne Seyler of Womelsdorf. https://new.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/…
  • [S18] Bretten, Germany. Evangelische Kirche Bretten. Kirchenbuch, 1565-1956. Baptisms. FHL microfilm 1189884.
  • [S19] Burial Book of Moravian Church, Lancaster. Courtesy of Lancaster Co. Hist. Soc. Printed book. Wickersham Press, Lancaster, 1928. FHL Microfilm #20,371, FHL Item 10-2, TOC Item 7. [Note: no annotations]
  • [S20] Church Records of St. David's or Sherman's Reformed and Lutheran Churches, 1763-1869. copied by William J Hinke. FHL Microfilm 20355; typed manuscript.
  • [S21] Church Records of Tabor First Reformed Church 1764-1851. Lebanon, Lebanon Co. Pa., copied by Dr. William J Hinke. FHL Microfilm 1432888 Item 1. Typed manuscript.
  • [S22] 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.
  • [S23] Church Records of the First (Trinity) Reformed Church at York, Penn. 1744-1853. copied by William J Hinke. FHL Microfilm 20356. typed manuscript.
  • [S24] 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.
  • [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] Church Records of the Salem Reformed Church, Harrisburg Pa, Vol. 1788-1842; copied by Dr. William J. Hinke October 1940. FHL Microfilm 20348 Item 3. type written manuscript. [Note that the Reformed and Zion Lutheran congregations shared a building until 1815.]
  • [S27] Church Records of York and Adams County. Card file, abstract. Filmed at York County Historical Society. FHL microfilm 22176. [Also see index to source code numbers FHL 22174.]
  • [S28] First Reformed Church Burials 1798-1880 [Reading, Pa.] GA-F527. Manuscript in German. [Copy obtained at Berks County Historical Society]
  • [S29] 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.]
  • [S30] Harrisburg, Zion Lutheran Church, Baptisms 1795-1820. Typed manuscript, filmed at Dauphin County Historical Society. FHL microfilm 21283, item 1.
  • [S31] Lancaster Moravian Church, Lancaster. Baptisms, confirmations, marriages, burials. Translated & indexed by Felker, 1944. FHL Microfilm #383,298, Item 3.
  • [S32] Lancaster, Pennsylvania, First Reformed Church, Committees Consistory Minutes 1771-1847. Original German records. Photographed at Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society, Lancaster, Pa. Transcription and translation by Ann C. Sherwin of Raleig at Evangelical and Reformed Historical Society, Lancaster, Pa. Transcription and translation by Ann C. Sherwin of Raleigh NC May 25, 2011.
  • [S33] Landis, Bertha C, 'Summary of Graff-Graeff Family' and 'Dressler - Drissler - Trissler', abstracted from Moravian burial book. Handwritten manuscript, 9 pages. 1929. FHL Microfilm #20,371, FHL Item 10-3, TOC Item 8.
  • [S34] Lebanon, Pa., Church records, 1851-1938. Film item title: 'Tabor United Church of Christ'. Catalog author: 'Tabor First Reformed Church'. FHL microfilm 1432888. Item 3, Deaths. Item 4, Inscriptions of graves of Moved Biodies to new location.
  • [S35] Memoir of Sebastian Graf, Lancaster Diary, October 8, 1763, (Box: Lancaster Diaries, 1761-1768, Shelf 261B, Moravian Archives, Bethlehem, Pa. Copy obtained from Archive. Transcribed and translated 2 Dec 2016 by Ann C. Sherwin of Raleigh NC.
  • [S36] Moravian church at Lititz, Lancaster Co. Penn. Transcript of burial records. 24 pages. Handwritten manuscript. FHL Microfilm 20371, FHL Item 13-1, TOC Item 14.
  • [S65] Lancaster County, Pa. Register of Wills. Will of Catharine Graff, 1814. Will Book K, page 469. Viewed on FHL Microfilm 21358.
  • [S68] Lancaster County, Pa. Register of Wills. Will of Sebastian Graff, 1763. Will Book A, pages 236-7. Viewed on FHL Microfilm 21345.
  • [S83] Beiler, Rosalind F., Immigrant and Entrepreneur : The Atlantic World of Caspar Wister, 1650-1750. Penn. State Univ. Press, 2008
  • [S84] 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]
  • [S85] 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.]
  • [S89] 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.
  • [S94] Häberlein, Mark. 'Migration and Business Ventures: German-speaking Migrants and Commercial Networks in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic World', a chapter in eBook 'Transnational networks : German migrants in the British Empire, 1670-1914', ed. John R Davis. et. al., Leiden : BRILL, 2012, p. 19-38. [Google books]
  • [S95] Häberlein, Mark. 'Transatlantische Beziehungen im 18. Jahrhundert : Die Kontakte südwestdeutscher und Schweizer Einwanderer in Pennsylvania zu ihren Heimatregionen' ['Transatlantic relations in the 18th century : The contacts of southwest German and Swiss immigrants in Pennsylvania to their home regions'], a chapter in '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. 45. [roughly translated via web] [Stanford Univ., Cecil B. Green Lib.] [see also Beiler]
  • [S96] Häberlein, Mark. The Practice of Pluralism: Congregational Life and Religious Diversity in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1730-1820. Penn State Press, 2009. [Google books]
  • [S101] Humphrey, John T. Pennsylvania Births, Lancaster County, 1723-1777. Washington D.C., Humphrey Publications, 1997.
  • [S111] Mayhill, R. Thomas, compiler. Lancaster County Pennsylvania Deed Abrstracts & Revolutionary War Oaths of Allegiance; revised and enlarged edition; deed books 'A' through 'M'; 1729 through c1770 with adjoining landowners & witnesses. Knightstown, Ind., The Bookmark, published 1973, 2nd printing 1979.
  • [S122] Strassburger, Ralph Beaver. Pennsylvania German Pioneers : A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals In the Port of Philadelphia From 1727 to 1808. Vol I reprinted Genealogical Publ. Co. 1966; Vol. 2 reprinted Picton Press, 1992.
  • [S141] Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, Recorder of Deeds; Deeds, 1729-1867 ; Index, 1729-1894. FHL Microfilm series.
  • [S143] Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster City, Pennsylvania. FHL microfilm 20371, Item 13.