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2. Kirchenbücher, Evangelische Kirche, Lengfeld, Hessen, Germany (Andreas Stephan, “Die Hans Urichs in Lengfeld/Odw.: Ergänzung und Berightigung zur Rekonstruktion des 2. Lengfelder Kirchenbuchs”, unpublished typescript, provided by Andreas Uhrig)
3. Kirchenbücher, Evangelische Kirche, Lengfeld, Hessen, Germany (Georg Walter and Karl Eidenmüller, "Familien aus dem vernichteten 2. Kirchenbuch Lengfeld/Odenwald", Hessische Familienkunde, Band 12)
4. Kirchenbücher, Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche, Hering, Hessen, Germany (Zentralarchiv der Evangelische Kirche in Hessen und Nassau, Darmstadt)
5. Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Archives, MG 4, v. 88)
6. Kirchenbücher, Evangelische Kirche, Spachbrücken, Hessen, Germany (Zentralarchiv der Evangelische Kirche in Hessen und Nassau, Darmstadt).
7. St. John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Archives, MG 4, vol 91)
8. Dutch (German) Reformed Church, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Archives, MG 4, v. 86)
9. St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia
10. Nova Scotia Vital Statistics (Nova Scotia Archives, Halifax, Nova Scotia)
11. St. James’ Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Archives, MG 4, v. 107)
12. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian (formerly Dutch Reformed), Lunenburg, N.S.
13. East Port Medway Cemetery, East Port Medway, Queens Co., Nova Scotia
14. Acadian Recorder [newspaper], Halifax, Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Archives)
15. Halifax Journal [newspaper], Halifax, Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Archives & Records Management)
16. Nova Scotia Royal Gazette [newspaper], Halifax, Nova Scotia (Nova Scotia Archives & Records Management)
17. St. George’s Round (Anglican) Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia (including the Little Dutch Church)
18. St. Peter’s Anglican Church, New Dublin / West LaHave, Nova Scotia
19. St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Chester, Nova Scotia
20. Canadian Federal Census 1921 (Library and Archives of Canada, RG 31-C-1)
21. St. James’ Presbyterian Church, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
22. Canadian Federal Census 1901 (Library and Archives of Canada, RG 31-C-1)
23. Buckfield Community Cemetery, Buckfield, Queens Co., Nova Scotia
24. St. John’s in the Wilderness Anglican Cemetery, New Germany, Nova Scotia
25. Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
26. Hillside Cemetery, Clearland, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
27. Fancy’s Point Cemetery, Marie Joseph, Guysborough Co., Nova Scotia
28. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church, Prospect, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia
29. Greenwood Union Church Cemetery, Greenwood (now C.F.B. Greenwood), Kings Co., Nova Scotia
30. Trinity Anglican Church, Liverpool, Nova Scotia
31. Dayspring Community Cemetery, Dayspring, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
32. Old Community Cemetery, East LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
33. Diary of Benjamin Zwicker, St. James’ Anglican Church Records, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
34. Maine Vital Records (Maine State Archives)
35. Christ Church Anglican Cemetery, Maitland, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
36. Milton Community Cemetery, Milton, Queens Co., Nova Scotia
37. Massachusetts Vital Records
38. Bridgewater Bulletin, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia (obituary and other stories)
39. Social Security Death Index, U.S. Social Security Administration
40. Canadian Federal Census 1871 (Library and Archives of Canada, RG 31-C-1)
41. Indian Brook Cemetery, Barss Corner, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
42. Methodist Church, Mahone Bay, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
43. California Vital Statistics (Sacramento, Calif.: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics).
44. United States, National Archives and Records Administration: M1509, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918.
45. United States, Naturalization Records (N.A.R.A., RG 21, M-1744)
46. United States, National Archives and Records Administration: M1939, M1963 and M2090, Fourth Registration Draft Cards (Second World War). Records of the Selective Service System, RG 147.
47. Canadian Federal Census 1911 (Library and Archives of Canada, RG 31-C-1)
48. Danesville Cemetery, Danesville, Queens Co.y, Nova Scotia
49. North Carolina Vital Records (North Carolina State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics)
50. Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
51. Commonwealth War Graves Commission
52. New Hampshire Vital Records (New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records, Concord, New Hampshire)
53. United States, Naturalization Records (N.A.R.A., RG 21, M-1299, Index to New England Naturalization Petitions, 1791-1906)
54. St. John’s Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
55. Halifax Chronicle Herald (obituary), Halifax, Nova Scotia (also Halifax Mail-Star, Halifax Herald)
56. Prince Edward Island Vital Records (Baptismal Records), Public Archives of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetoen, P.E.I.
57. Christ Church Anglican, New Ross, Lunenburg Co., N.S.
58. Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
59. Northwest Baptist and Community Cemetery, Northwest, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
60. St. John’s in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
61. Grace Methodist Church, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
62. Florida Vital Records, Florida Department of Health.
63. Middle LaHave Cemetery, Middle LaHave, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
64. Methodist Church, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
65. Blockhouse Cemetery, Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
66. Liverpool Advance (newspaper), Liverpool, Queens Co., Nova Scotia
67. Trinity Methodist Church, Riverport, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia (after 1925 Trinity United Church of Canada)
68. Social Security Applications and Claims Index, U.S. Social Security Administration
69. “Lunenburg Progress Enterprise,” Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
70. Montana Vital Records
71. Washington (State) Vital Records
72. Hayden, Irving N. and Grove, Lawrence R., Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, (Boston: The Commonwealth, 1947), pp. 312 and 375.
73. Hayden, Irving N. and Grove, Lawrence R., Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1949-1950, (Boston: The Commonwealth, 1949), pp. 313, 369 and 377.
74. Hayden, Irving N. and Grove, Lawrence R., Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1951-1952, (Boston: The Commonwealth, 1951), pp. 311 and 373.
75. Connecticut Vital Statistics
76. Texas Vital Records (Texas Dept. of Health, Vital Statistics Unit)
77. Shepherd’s Hill Cemetery, Riverport, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
78. New Brunswick Vital Records (Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, RS 141)
79. Dana L. Sweeney Funeral Home, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
80. Methodist Church, Liverpool, Queens Co., Nova Scotia
81. Virginia Vital Records (Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia).
82. Halifax Daily News, Halifax, Nova Scotia
83. United States, Department of Veterans Affairs, Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File, 1850-2010.