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  1. Wacholtz-Blachly Family TreeWebsite: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/10714080/family.
  2. "A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Enjoying Territorial Possessions Or High Official Rank, But Univested with Heritable Honours", John Burke, 1833 (Published by R. Bentley, New Burlington Street, London).
  3. Surname Database (http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Blades#ixzz3D3SqhLRm).
  4. FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ : accessed ), .
  5. Thompson Family Tree (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/13979714/person/55132521).
  6. The Register of the Parish Church of Grinton in Swaledale, County York
    Yorkshire Parish Register Society, Vol. 23, F. William Slingby, n/a.
  7. Some Descendants of George Blades
    Immigrant to Talbot County, Maryland
    Helen E & George A Seymour
    1103 Riverview Ter
    Saint Michaels, MD 21663-2869, n/a.
  8. Robert E. Blades - letter dated 06/19/1999
    Thread Haven
    28 Londonderry Drive
    Easton, MD 21601
    410-820-8336, n/a.
  9. Helen (Betty) Seymour (Mrs George)
    Genealogist
    1103 Riverview Terrace
    St Michaels, MD 21663
    (410) 745-3050.
  10. Taylor, Michael
    18:306 Film No.: SR 7359
    In 1675 proved & assigned 29 rights
    MSA SC 4341-.
  11. Some Descendants of George Blades
    Immigrant to Talbot County, Maryland
    Helen E & George A Seymour
    1103 Riverview Ter
    Saint Michaels, MD 21663-2869.
  12. Abstracts from the land records of Dorchester County., MD
    Volume C, 1723-1745
    James McAllister, Jr., Long Range - 31 Aug 1741, 10 Old 82. Joseph Fisher and Sarah his wife of Dor. Co., planter and spinster, to James Blaids of Queen Anns Co., planter: part of a tract called "Long Range" containing 50 a. more or less. Wit: Henry Hooper, John Moffett. Ackn: before Henry Hooper, Justice of Provincial Court.
  13. Abstracts from the land records of Dorchester County., MD
    Volume C, 1723-1745
    James McAllister, Jr., Long Range - 22 May 1753, 14 Old 723. James Blades of QA Co, planter to his son Edmon Blades of Dor. Co: part of tract called "Long Range," containing 50 a. more or less. Wit: Cha. Dickinson, Thos. Foster. Ackn before Cha Dickinson and Thos. Foster, Justices.
  14. Abstracts from the land records of Dorchester County., MD
    Volume C, 1723-1745
    James McAllister, Jr., Blades Lott - 22 May 1753, 14 Old 725. James Blades of QA Co planter and Sarah his wife to Edward Garratt of the same co, Taylor: "Blades Lott" adj. "Long Range" at the head of Great Choptank River, containing 60 a. more or less. Wit: Cha Dickinson, Thos. Foster. Ackn before Cha Dickinson and Thos Foster, Justices.
  15. Abstracts from the land records of Dorchester County., MD
    Volume C, 1723-1745
    James McAllister, Jr., Blades Lott - 1747, 60 a., Liber T.I.#1, folio 219, Liber B.T. & B.Y.#3, folio 180.
  16. Caroline County Maryland Land Records - Grantors
    The county was formed in 1773 from parts of Queen Anne's County (which was created in 1706 from Talbot (formed in 1661) and Kent Counties (established in 1642)) and from Dorchester County (organized in 1668/9)., Goodwill - 1732, 50 a., Liber A.M.#1, folio 18, Liber P.L.#8, folio 535.
  17. "Edmond "Edward" Blades - View media - AncestryInstitution.com." Edmond "Edward" Blades - View media - AncestryInstitution.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Jun. 2014..
  18. Maryland Eastern Shore Vital Records
    St. Lukes Parish
    1726 - 1750
    1751 - 1775.
  19. World Family Tree, Vol 10, Tree 2388
    familytreemaker.genealogy.com
    Hugh D. Rutherford
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  20. Maryland Eastern Shore Vital Records
    St. Lukes Parish
    1726 - 1750
    1751 - 1775, n/a.
  21. Caroline County Maryland Land Records - Grantors
    The county was formed in 1773 from parts of Queen Anne's County (which was created in 1706 from Talbot (formed in 1661) and Kent Counties (established in 1642)) and from Dorchester County (organized in 1668/9)., A/213.
  22. Abstracts from the land records of Dorchester County., MD
    Volume C, 1723-1745
    James McAllister, Jr., 14 Old 723.
  23. Caroline County Maryland Land Records - Grantors
    The county was formed in 1773 from parts of Queen Anne's County (which was created in 1706 from Talbot (formed in 1661) and Kent Counties (established in 1642)) and from Dorchester County (organized in 1668/9)., 5 Feb 1777, A/294. Tilghman Blades, heir at law to Edmond (Edward?) Blades late of Queen Annes Co. to Benson Stainton of Caroline Co. "Whereas a certain Joseph Fisher and Sarah conveyed unto James Blades [II] (who, was the father of Edmond part of a tract called "Long Range" in Dorchester Co., now Caroline, for 50 acres and conveyed by James Blades [II] and wife to son Edmond and his heirs forever, and whereas the said Edmond Blades sometime past went of to the war in the backwoods and has never since been heard of; Tilghman Blades only son of and heir of said Edmond in consideration of 10 pds. conveys "Longe Range"...".
  24. Delaware Archives, Military, Vol. 1, Pg. 18. French & Indian War Rolls, 1754-1763
    "A Return of The Recruits Rais'd by Capt'n Benj'n Noxon, 1758"
    Blades, Edmond
    Ages: 26
    Where Born: Maryland
    Date of Enlistment: May 2
    Occupations: Carpenter.
  25. Caroline County Maryland Land Records - Grantors
    The county was formed in 1773 from parts of Queen Anne's County (which was created in 1706 from Talbot (formed in 1661) and Kent Counties (established in 1642)) and from Dorchester County (organized in 1668/9)., 8 Sep 1784, A/806. Arnold Blades of Caroline Co., planter to Richard Tilghman Earle of Queen Annes Co., farmer. James Blades [II - Tilghman & Arnold's Grandfather] gave bond to R.T. Earle 13 May 1767, signing himself and heirs to make good..the land called Goodwill or Goodwell, 50 Acres, formerly Queen Annes Co., now Caroline Co. on main branch Choptank River.
  26. Caroline County Maryland Land Records - Grantors
    The county was formed in 1773 from parts of Queen Anne's County (which was created in 1706 from Talbot (formed in 1661) and Kent Counties (established in 1642)) and from Dorchester County (organized in 1668/9)., 2 Sep 1778, A/294 . James Blades of Caroline Co., brother to Edmond Blades late of Queen Annes Co...
  27. Rowan County, North Carolina, Will Abstracts
    Vol. II, 1805-1850, Books G-K
    Jo White Linn, 1971, H:358.
  28. Lucille Sifferman - letter postmarked 28 Jun 1989
    Route 2, Box 183
    Billings, MO 65610.
  29. Lucille Sifferman - letter postmarked 28 Jun 1989
    Route 2, Box 183
    Billings, MO 65610, n/a.
  30. Caroline County Maryland Land Records - Grantors
    The county was formed in 1773 from parts of Queen Anne's County (which was created in 1706 from Talbot (formed in 1661) and Kent Counties (established in 1642)) and from Dorchester County (organized in 1668/9)., 5 Feb 1777, A/294. Tilghman Blades, heir at law to Edmond (Edward?) Blades late of Queen Annes Co. to Benson Stainton of Caroline Co. "Whereas a certain Joseph Fisher and Sarah conveyed unto James Blades [II] (who, was the father of Edmond) part of a tract called "Long Range" in Dorchester Co., now Caroline, for 50 acres and conveyed by James Blades [II] and wife to son Edmond and his heirs forever, and whereas the said Edmond Blades sometime past went of to the war in the backwoods and never since been heard of; Tilghman Blades only son of and heir of said Edmond in consideration of 10 pds. conveys "Long Range"...".
  31. The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War
    Clements and Wright
    Family Line Publications, 1987, Pg. 157. "A return of the 14th Battalion of Militia belonging to Caroline County and the State of Maryland dated 13 Aug 1777 ....Tilghman Blades".
  32. 1790 Federal Census of Maryland, n/a. Records Tilghman Blades as head of househould in Caroline County.
  33. Queen Anne's County (Oaths of Fidelity) 1778-1780, MdHR 8849-2 2-1-5-1, Pgs. 74 & 76. Pg. 74 - A list of persons who did not take the Oath of Fidelity required by the Act for the Better Security of the Government on or before the first day of March and who have made it appear to the County Court of Queen Anne's County this twenty fourth day of March 1778 that they are not persons offending against the Act afo and have taken the said Oath by permission of the Court.
    Pg. 76 - Tilghman Blades, His Mark.
  34. Caroline County Maryland Land Records - Grantors
    The county was formed in 1773 from parts of Queen Anne's County (which was created in 1706 from Talbot (formed in 1661) and Kent Counties (established in 1642)) and from Dorchester County (organized in 1668/9)., 3 Mar 1792, D/54. Tilghman Blades of Caroline Co., Yeoman, and Ann his wife; and Arnold Blades, Caroline, Co., Yeoman and Elizabeth his wife (Tilghman and Arnold are the grandchildren of a certain James Blades, late of Queen Annes Co., now Caroline, deceased) to William Jackson their rights to land, 51 acres it being the same piece a certain James Blades conveyed unto Edward Blades the father of said Tilghman; together with a parcel, part of "Long Range"...
  35. History of Caroline County Maryland From Its Beginning
    Baltimore, Regional Publishing Company, 1971, Pg. 67, VI. In 1777 the militial of Caroline County was continued in two batallions, one east of and the other west of the Choptank River.
    East Battalion: 7th Company, Chilton, Garey's and Denton neighborhoods, Captain Andrew Fountain.
  36. North Carolina Will Book
    North Carolina Div. of Archives and Hist.
    109 E. Jones St.
    Raleigh, NC 27611, Vol. H, Pg. 358. BLADES, Tilman
    Co. - 085 (Rowan)
    Recorded Copy - WB-H/358
    Orignal - AR
    Date - 1826.
  37. Blades Lott, 1634-1991
    Limited Print Book
    Andrea A. (Clevenger) Turley
    Deceased 2007
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  38. Handwritten page of Maryland Census Records
    Source Unrecorded, n/a.
  39. Caroline County, Maryland Marriage Licenses 1774-1825
    and a Short History of Caroline County
    Raymond B Clark Jr. & Sara Seth Clark
    Box 352, St. Michaels, MD 21663, Pg. 4.
  40. Caroline County, Maryland Marriage Licenses 1774-1825
    and a Short History of Caroline County
    Raymond B Clark Jr. & Sara Seth Clark
    Box 352, St. Michaels, MD 21663.
  41. Carroll M. Brown - info sheet
    120 Harvard Road
    Havertown, PA 19083
    Indicates following sources:
    1) L.D.S. print out received 12-13-82
    2) Letter from Lucille Siefferman, Billings, MO, 1983
    3) Mona Maybee
    4) Bonita Pipkin, Springfield, MO
    5) Ozar'Kin, Vol. III, #2, Summer 1981, n/a.
  42. OGS 577, Chart 42, Springfield, MO Library, n/a.
  43. Reynolds Cemetery, Republic, MO, Headstone. Edward A. Blades, born 6 Jan 1779.
  44. Mrs Toni K Shulenberger
    tkshulenberger68@gmail.com
    Rockwell NC.
  45. MARYLAND  MARRIAGES 1655-1850  (TALBOT COUNTY).
  46. "North Carolina, Marriages, 1759-1979," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F8TH-18C : accessed 12 July 2015), John Merrick and Angeline Blades, 20 Jan 1831; citing Cabarrus,North Carolina, reference ; FHL microfilm 6,330,310.
  47. "North Carolina, Marriages, 1759-1979," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F8TH-TPY : accessed 12 July 2015), Y. Francis Vinn and Arelina Blades, 19 Nov 1832; citing Cabarrus,North Carolina, reference ; FHL microfilm 6,330,324.
  48. "North Carolina, Marriages, 1759-1979," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F8TH-BZY : accessed 12 July 2015), Adam C. Anderson and Caroline Blades, 28 Jan 1832; citing Cabarrus,North Carolina, reference ; FHL microfilm 6,330,285.
  49. Edith M Clark History Room
    Rowan County Public Library
    Salisbury NC.
  50. OZAR'KIN, Vol III, No. 2, Summer 1981
    Contributed by:
    Mrs Orrin Maybee
    17069 N. Indian Avenue
    Space 72, Box 724
    North Palm Springs, CA 92258, Pg. 75.
  51. OZAR'KIN, Vol III, No. 2, Summer 1981
    Contributed by:
    Mrs Orrin Maybee
    17069 N. Indian Avenue
    Space 72, Box 724
    North Palm Springs, CA 92258, n/a.
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    Limited Print Book
    Andrea A. (Clevenger) Turley
    Deceased 2007
    Wichita, Kansas, Pg. 103.
  53. Compendium of The War of the Rebellion
    Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies
    Series I, Volume VIII
    Item No. 21, Pgs. 256-262, Report on the Battle of Elkhorn Tavern, or Pea Ridge, Ark., March 7, 1862
    Item No. 24, Pgs. 266-268, Report on the Battle of Elkhorn Tavern, or Pea Ridge, Ark., March 7, 1862
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  55. History of Greene County, Missouri
    1883, R. I. Holcombe, Editing Historian
    Chapter 22, Pond Creek Township
    Springfield Missouri Library
    http://thelibrary.org/lochist/history/holcombe/grch22.html.
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    Goodspeed Brothers, Publishers, Chicago 1894
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    Deceased 2007
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  58. "United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2TL-6NL : accessed 12 July 2015), Andrew B Blades in household of Edward B Blades, Polk, Christian, Missouri, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 44, sheet 1A, family 1, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,789.
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  60. "United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M6X3-4TN : accessed 12 July 2015), Arther Mc Blades in household of Edward B Blades, Pond Creek, Greene, Missouri, United States; citing enumeration district 39, sheet 147C, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0687; FHL microfilm 1,254,687.
  61. "United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3C2-WFR : accessed 12 July 2015), Birchie E Blades in household of Edward Blades, Pond Creek Township, Greene, Missouri, United States; citing sheet 1A, family 8, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,856.
  62. "United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2TL-G36 : accessed 12 July 2015), Callie C Blades in household of Edward B Blades, Polk, Christian, Missouri, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 44, sheet 1A, family 1, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,789.
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  64. Family Records (, ), privately held by [address for private use].