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Leonard Allison Morrison, The earliest history and genealogy covering nearly three hundred years, from about 1600-1891, of the Dinsmoor-Dinsmore family of Scotland, Ireland and America : with that of many of their descendants and additional facts (1891), on a site hosted by Brigham Young University.
Click here to visit site.

S.T. Carleton, Heads and hearths (Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1991)

Anon., The genealogy of the Bell family of Hagerstown, MD (1894), a site hosted by the Family History Center at the Brigham Young University.
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Anon., 'History of the Dunsmore family', posted by Jim Dunsmore on the Dunsmore Genforum.
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Charles A. Hazlett, History of Rockingham County, New Hampshire and Representative Citizens (1915); extract re history of Windham,  posted online by Julie Dorfman.
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Linda Merle, 'Scotch-Irish in New England'.
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'Early history [of Windham, New Hampshire]'; extract from a book by Brad Dinsmore; on a page of a site hosted by the Nesmith Library, Windham, New Hampshire.
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Robert Dinsmoor, 'The story of Indian Jamie' , transcribed by Kevin L. Martin and Lorelei S. Gustafson on a website relating to the Kendall family.
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John Greenleaf Whittier, 'Old portraits and modern sketches. Robert Dinsmore', originally published 1850, found online at Humanities Web.
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Danny McMurphy, 'McMurphy Family Home page'.
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Anon., 'The Argyle Jamesons'.
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'Robert Dinsmoor', Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, originally published 1887-9, online at Virtual American Biographies.
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Elton A. and Janice T. Watlington, 'Our Hammond and Hale ancestors'.
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'The Justice James McKean family" online on a website The McKean Family.
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Alice V. Flanders. ‘Henniker, New Hampshire. Ocean Born Mary’.
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A.L. Perry, Scotch-Irish in New England (1896)

T.H. Mullin, Aghadowey A parish and its linen industry (1972), 44-9, 133-45

T.H. Mullin, Coleraine in Georgian times (1977), 13-6

Thaddeus M. Piotrowski, The Scots and their descendants in the Manchester, N.H. area, including a concise history of Londonderry and Manchester (1976) Copy of monograph supplied by Carolyn White of the Library of University of New Hampshire at Manchester, who also provided other material, advice and web links.

William Copeley, ‘Scotch Irish settlers in New Hampshire, 1719-1776’, in  Historic New Hampshire. Click here to contact the New Hampshire Historical Society. For catalogue of library and museum items click here.

Margaret Dickson Falley, Irish and Scotch-Irish ancestral research: a guide to the genealogical records, methods and sources in Ireland (1962)

Kerby A. Miller, ‘Ulster Presbyterians and the ‘Two Traditions’ in Ireland and America’.
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Kerby A. Miller et al., Irish immigrants in the land of Canaan : letters and memoirs from colonial and revolutionary America, 1675-1815 (2003)

John and Helen Cargill, 'Capt. David Cargill of Londonderry, N.H. and some of his descendants', The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Oct 1963


NH State Library: Click here to visit site

NH Historical Society: Click here to visit site

Manchester Historic Association: Click here to visit site

Manchester Public Library: Click here to visit site 

Londonderry Historical Society: Click here to visit site

Leach Library  (Londonderry): Click here to visit site

Derry Historical Society: Click here to visit site

Derry Public Library Click here to visit site


Thanks to all who helped with advice and material; Dan Wilson, Linda Merle, Norman Parkes, Boyd Gray. Carolyn White, Bill McAfee, Mark Thompson, staff at GCAS, Brian Lambkin, Brian Trainor

 

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