Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors

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Citation date: 22 Mar 2014

Bibliographic Information

Title: Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors, Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors, Cameron Ralph Stewart, Volumes 1 and 2.
Author: Cameron Ralph Stewart of Long Beach
Publisher: C.R. Stewart, 1986
Digitized: Jan 17, 2008
Length: 2259 pages

Notes

  • This document can be found at [1]

The Document

The publication has a 1986 copyright. Each descendant is coded alphanumerically to convey their relationship from one their progenitors[1], along with gender, marriage, and other information when known.

Volume 1 contains the family groups of Scotcanam Mclean-Stewart (St:), Isle-of-Arram McAlister-McMaster (Me:), Amcanam Sarles (Sa:), Smcanam Sharrard (Sh:), Amcanam Badgerow (Ba:), Norsam Gjerde-Gjere (Gj:,Mi:), Norsam Osmundsdatter-knutson (Os:). Volume 2 contains Engamcanam Bentl(e)y (Be:), Amcanam Shippee (Sp:). The appendix includes descriptions of Westchester County, NY during the revolution[2], and article on the Loyalist Beverly Robinson[3], Loyalist Claimants[4], excerpt from The history of Toronto and County of York Ontario the article The war of 1812 through the eyes of a canadian[5], Some badg(e)ro(w)s and their associates in ontario county new york during the early 1800's, William Berczy and some early settlers of Markham township of york county, upper Canada[6], old township maps for the counties york, ontario, wellington, and hastings in upper Canada (ontario)[7]

Physical Analysis

This is a professionally bound and published two volume book consisting of 2259 page containing short histories of and a list of their descendants. No pages appear to be missing, and all pages examined are clearly legible.

Content Analysis

The author explains "the information utilized has been in appearance both laid and reliable"[8] . While he believes this to be true, he also states "the reader should carefuly weigh the evidence on the basis of the indicated sources"[9]. In fact, I have already identified a few inaccuracies.

Most of the facts presented appears to be from personal correspondence between the author and with the individuals listed when living. He asked them to provide genealogical information and primary sources when available. The author seems to imply that not everyone provided the same level of detail and documentation during this process [9].

Some source citations are present throughout the text, include documents, and some individuals who provided content.

Known Issues

Line of interest begins with Andrew Birkett.

Citation

Source Listing

Stewart, Camron Ralph. Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors. 2 Volumes. Long Beach, California: Camron Ralph Stewart, 1986.

Citation Listing

Volume 1

Camron Ralph Stewart, Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors. 2 vols. (Long Beach, California: Camron Ralph Stewart, 1986), 1:

Volume 2

Camron Ralph Stewart, Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors. 2 vols. (Long Beach, California: Camron Ralph Stewart, 1986), 2:

Subsequent Note

Volume 1

Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 1:

Volume 2

Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 2:

Link to Citation

Volume 1

Voume 2

Wiki Codes

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Volume 1

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Subsequent Note:
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Volume 2

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Subsequent Note:
{{Citation:Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors/Volume 2/Subsequent Note}}##.

Documents From this Source

Notes


References

  1. A more precise explanation of the system can be located on page 9 in the preface.
  2. Camron Ralph Stewart, Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors. 2 vols. (Long Beach, California: Camron Ralph Stewart, 1986), 2:961.
  3. Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 2:964.
  4. Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 2:990.
  5. Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 2:994.
  6. Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 2:1007.
  7. Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 2:1025.
  8. Camron Ralph Stewart, Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors. 2 vols. (Long Beach, California: Camron Ralph Stewart, 1986), 1:13.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Stewart, Genealogical Classificaiton, 1:13.
  10. Camron Ralph Stewart, Genealogical Classification by Family Group Coding for Descent from Common Ancestors. Volume 2 (Long Beach, California: Camron Ralph Stewart, 1986), 2: 1316.
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  12. Stewart, Genealogical Classification, 2:1316.