The Bagby's of Brazil, Author: Helen Bagby Harrison, Broadman Press, Nashville, Tennessee, Copyright, 1954 (Notes: A Publication of THE FOREIGN MISSION BOARD, Richmond, Virginia.
A HISTORY OF TEXAS BAPTISTS, by J.M. Carroll.
(Daughters of the American Revolution), (Notes: 2 chapter, as referenced in [Creasy]).
(Providence Church of Regular Baptists), Church record of August, 1844, (Notes: Located near Agency, Missouri).
Bagby Cemetery, Louisa County, Virginia.
Bagby Cemetery, Bunker Hill.
Bethany Christian Church Cemetery, Louisa County, Virginia.
Bruington Baptist Church Cemetery, Stevensville, Virginia.
Clarksville Baptist Cemetery, Clarksville, Red River County, Texas.
Flatwoods Baptist Church Cemetery, Mountain View, Stone County, Arkansas.
Forest Lawn Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.
Hillcrest Cemetery, Louisa County, Virginia.
Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.
Holly Grove Christian Church Cemetery, Louisa County, Virginia.
Mattaponi Baptist Church Cemetery, King and Queen County, Virginia.
Pittsfield West Cemetery, Pittsfield, Pike County, Illinois.
Rogers Cemetery, Barren County, Kentucky — Formerly the Bagby Cemetery.
Rogers Cemetery, #2, Barren County, Kentucky.
Society Hill Cemetery, King & Queen County, Virginia.
Time Cemetery, Time, Illinois.
Johnson Cemetery, Pike County, Illinois, Hardin Township.
Watson Cemetery, Pike County, Illinois.
Deed from John Terrell to William Bagby, son of Robert Bagby, Sr., dated August 17, 1770.
Richmond, Virginia, Franklin Publishing Company, 1890. Raleigh, North Carolina, R.D. Robinsin . Description: xvi, 17-608 p. incl. front., illus. 27 cm.
New Town, Virginia, 1870 Census Record (Notes: King and Queen County, Virginia).
Pine Bluff, Arkansas — Commercial, Obituary Column, Dec. 22, 1942. Reprinted by permission.
The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography.
Hancock County, Illinois, License #2927, filed May 26, 1857.
Hancock County, Illinois, License #1418.
Pike County History by Chapman.
Pike County, Illinois Historical Society.
1850 US Census; Hardin Township, Pike County, Illinois; FHL microfilm #44912.
Marriage Index, Pike County Courthouse, Pittsfield, Illinois, Book "A", page 47.
Register of Marriages; Pike County, Illinois, book 3, page 2, FHL microfilm no. 1314769.
Marriage Record: Pike County, Illinois, book 4, page 27, GHL microfilm no. 1315808.
1870 US Census, 22 July 1870; Hardin Township; Pike County, Illinois; FHL microfilm no. 545768.
1870 US Census, 8 August 1870; Spring Creek; Pike; Illinois; FHL microfilm no. 295432, page 396.
1900 US Census, Hardin Township, Pike, Illinois.
Register of Marriages; Pike County Courthouse; Pittsfiled, Illinois; book 3, page 130; FHL microfilm no. 13314768.
Register of Marriages, Pike County, Illinois, book 4, page 155 FHL microfilm no. 1315808.
Register of Marriages, Pike County, Illinois, book 4, page 183 FHL microfilm no. 1315808.
Register of Marriages, Pike County, Illinois, book 4, page 242 FHL microfilm no. 1315808.
History of Emmet County and Dickinson County, Iowa: a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement. Pioneer Pub. Co., Chicago, Ill., 1917; 2 v.: ill., maps, ports. Vol. 2 contains biographical sketches. Vol 2: Page 443, 444
Letter in possession of Donald Ray Thornton; written Ray K. Thornton from H.W. Killebrew of Willows, California, January 24, 1950; H.W. Killebrew is the son of William and Nella Thornton Killebrew.
The Old Flag Newspaper of Pittsfield, Illinois.
Last Will and Testament of Nathaniel D. Bagby.
Land and Heritage In The Virginia Tidewater: A History of King and Queen County, Virginia, Kaplan, Barbara Beigun, Ph.D., (Gaithersburg, Maryland: Barbara Beigun Kaplan, 1993.)
(Glasgow, Kentucky, Daily Times) Author: Sandi Gorin, South Central, Kentucky Historical and Genealogical Society, (Notes: Thursday, December 14, 1995).
(Glasgow, Kentucky, Daily Times) Fate of Major John Byrd Rogers remains unknown, (Notes: August 4, 1999).
1820 US Census, Montgomery County, Kentucky, page 269 FHL microfilm no. 0963472.
(Religious Herald) The Grand Old Man, Author: Fred Anderson, (Notes: Printed — Richmond, Virginia, March 16, 2000).
King and Queen County Virginia — Author: Dr. Alfred Paul Bagby, D.D., Originally published New York and Washington, 1908 — Reprinted, Regional Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 1990—1999, Reprinted from a volume in the George Peabody Branch, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Maryland 1974.
Old New Kent County [Virginia]: Some Account of the Planters, Volume 1.
Chart of the Walker Family of King and Queen County, Virginia. — This chart is about two feet wide by 4 feet long and covers ten generations of the Walker family. It has turned brown with age and was written with blue ink. The author is unknown, but it appears to have been drawn in the 1950's.
Old Houses of King and Queen County, Virginia, edited in 1974, by Cox & Weathers and published by the King and Queen County Historical Society.
Lost Marriages of Buckingham County Virginia — drawn from a newly—recovered marriage register, 1854—1868 & from federal manuscript, newspaper & printed sources — Transcribed & Compiled by: Randy Kidd & Jeanne Stinson, Iberian Publishing Company, Athens, Georgia. (Notes: This is an out of print book, but is usually available for purchase on the Internet on sites such as abebooks.com).
(HANOVER COUNTY CHANCERY WILLS AND NOTES), Compiled by William Ronald Cocke, III, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc. Baltimore, 1978, page 34. (Notes: Pettus W. Chick's Will, Virginia, 1854 — This document may be viewed at the following URL: http://www.afrigeneas.com/slavedata/Chick-VA-1854.html Copyright © 1999, 2000 by AfriGeneas. — May be used for any non-commercial purpose as long as this notice and the name of the submitter remains on any copied material.).
RECOLLECTIONS OF MOTHER AND DADDY, by their children. (Notes: For the Ryland family, listed under JAMES "ROBERT" RYLAND, JR.)
Pine Bluff, Arkansas Commercial, Feb. 26, 1970. Reprinted by permission. (Notes: Obituary).
Louisa County Historical Homes Book — Listing of "Noel House".
Louisa County, Virginia — Death Records 1853 — 1896.
(Reverend James Morris Bagby), Genealogical chart.
A Practical Mystic, Author — A.B.Rudd, (Notes: Full name of author is Reverend Augustus Bartow Rudd. He was the husband of Virginia "Mae" Bagby [Rudd], the daughter of John Christopher Bagby, a.k.a. John Bagby of Bunker Hill).
Barren County, Kentucky — Marriage Records
Bracken County, Kentucky (Notes: 1850 Census, page 389)
Kenton County, Kentucky (Notes: 1850 Census, page 204)
Kenton County, Kentucky (Notes: 1850 Census, page 198)
Jefferson County, Kentucky birth records (Vol 73, Cert 36327)
Clarksville, Texas, Red River County (Notes: 1850 Census)
Pulaski County, Georgia (Notes: 1850 U.S. Census)
Pulaski County, Georgia (Notes: 1860 U.S. Census, Populations Schedule, Microfilm M653-134, p. 5.)
Greene County, Georgia, (Notes: Will Book 4 [1817-1842], p. 221.)
Family History Center CD, (Notes: 1880 U.S. Census Index)
Family History Center CD, (Notes: 1880 U.S. Census Index, N.A. Microfilm T9-0162, p. 320A.)
Pulaski County, Georgia, (1920 Census)
Georgia Death Index
(Conference Minutes of Bethesda Baptist Church), Union Point, [Greene County] Georgia, August 1817 to December 1865.
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th edition, Boone County, Kentucky. (Notes: Daniel Marion Bagby, M.D.).
(Durham Morning Herald), Durham, North Carolina, Sunday, September 10, 1950. (Notes: Dr. English Bagby, "I Could Hardly Wait To Finish School", By: Elizabeth Cox)
Cockes and Cousins, (Notes: Small pamphlet of Cocke family genealogy).
(Fort Smith, Arkansas Library) Book, Vital Records of Three Burned Counties: Births, Marriages and Deaths of King and Queen, King William and New Kent Counties, Virginia 1680-1860; (Notes: Therese Fisher; Heritage Books).
(Louisa County Historical Society) Louisa County, Virginia, St. Martien's Parish (Notes: Deed Book "D", page 386).
(Louisa County Historical Society) Louisa County, Virginia — Will Book 3, page 246. (Notes: Will of JOHN BAGBY, Written — 18 Oct 1788, Proven — 13 July 1789).
Schuyler County, Illinois, Marriage Records: Volume 1, page 139, License 1200.
Revolutionary War Widow's Pension application — September 4, 1839.
Bagby Rootsweb Board
Ryland Rootsweb Board
King and Queen County Rootsweb Board
VIRGINIA WOMEN, The Noble Qualities of Female Character: Mrs. Priscilla Ryland — by: Robert Ryland, D.D.
1984 Terry Family Historian — Author: Mike Terry (Notes: Portion of book — OUR FAMILY RECORD: RECORD OF JAMES LAWRENCE TERRY — SON OF JAMES TERRY, SON OF STEPHEN TERRY.).
Richmond Virginia Newpaper — Obituary column.
Mangohick, Virginia, 1880 Census, (King William County — "R.S." age 32).
(Virginia State Library) Bagby Tree, drawn by Dr. Alfred Paul Bagby, D.D.
(Virginia State Library) Dr. George K. Bagby [D.D.S.] and William Murlin Creasy (Notes: This compiled work is most often referred to as [Creasy]).
(Virginia State Library) John Bagby of Bunker Hill — Compiled by: Elizabeth Pollard Cox [Johnson] and Jessie Gresham Pollard [Dodge], 1979.
(Virginia State Library) Marriage record, accession #29534.
(Virginia State Library) Letters written by George Franklin [Rev] Bagby to his father John Christopher Bagby, his mother Elizabeth Lumpkin Motley Bagby, during the Civil War.
(Virginia State Library) 1860 Louisa County Census of Alexander Bagby.
(Virginia State Library), Reference Accession No.: Miscellaneous Reel 259, Record Ser.: 28675.
(Virginia State Library), Accession No: Miscellaneous Reel 37-39, Author: Whitsitt, William Heth, personal papers collection.
(Virginia State Library), Accession No: 24812, Author: Whitsitt, William Heth.
(Virginia State Library), Accession No.: Miscellaneous Reel 37-39, Author: Whitsitt, William Heth.
(Virginia State Library and Bibles in possesion of living family members) Bible Records:
University of Kentucky — Bagby, Rogers, Wood, Fishback family papers, Bulk, 1840–1880
Bagby Family Bible(s)
Cocke Family Bible
Gresham Family Bible
Jeffries Family Bible
Morris Family Bible
Turner Family Bible
Walker Family Bible