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“Records of Early Church Families.” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 27 (Apr. 1936): 76–82.
“Records of Early Church Families.” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 27 (July 1936): 102–116.
“Records of Early Church Families.” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 27 (Oct. 1936): 156–162.
“Records of Early Church Families.” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 28 (Apr. 1937): 58–68.
“Records of Early Church Families.” Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine 28 (Jan. 1937): 36–39.
Records of Normal Hill Cemetery, Lewiston, Idaho. Lewiston, ID: Idaho Genealogical Society, Twin Rivers Chapter, 1972.
Records of the Department of Veteran Affairs. Record Group 15. National Archive and Records Administration. Washington DC.
“Records of the Session of the Presbyterian Church in Palmyra, New York.” 1830. CHL.
Records of the Solicitor of the Treasury / National Archives Reference Service Report, 23 Sept. 1964. “Record Group 206, Records of the Solicitor of the Treasury, and Record Group 46, Records of the United States Senate: Records Relating to the Mormons in Illinois, 1839–1848 (Records Dated 1840–1852), Including Memorials of Mormons to Congress, 1840–1844, Some of Which Relate to Outrages Committed against the Mormons in Missouri, 1831–1839.” Microfilm. Washington DC: National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration, 1964. Copy at CHL.
Records of the Town of Pepperellborough, Now the City of Saco, Maine. Rockport, ME: Picton Press, 1998.
Recum, Franz V. Withers –– America or a Collection of Genealogical Data Concerning the History of the Descendants in the Male Line of James Withers. . . . n. p. : F. V. Recum, [1949].
Redfield, David H. Report, 16 Dec. 1838–13 Jan. 1839. CHL.
Redfield, John Howard. Genealogical History of the Redfield Family in the United States. Albany: Munsell and Rowland; New York: Richardson, 1860.
Redmond, Pat. H. History of Quincy and Its Men of Mark, or Facts and Figures Exhibiting its Advantages and Resources, Manufactures and Commerce. Quincy, IL: Heirs & Russell, 1869.
Reed, Doris M. “Edward Bonney, Detective.” Indiana University Bookman no. 2 (Nov. 1957): 5–17.
Reed, George Leffinwell, ed. Alumni Record Dickinson College. Carlisle, PA: Dickinson College, 1905.
Reed, John S. Letter to Brigham Young, 6 Dec. 1861. Brigham Young Office Files, CHL.
Reflector. Palmyra, NY. 1821–1831.
A Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States, on the Thirtieth Day of September, 1817; Together with the Names, Force, and Condition, of all the Ships and Vessels Belonging to the United States, and When and Where Built. Prepared at the Department of State, In Pursuance of a Resolution of Congress, of the 27th of April, 1816. Washington D.C.: E. De Krafft, 1818.
Reid, Col. J. M. Sketches and Anecdotes of the Old Settlers, and New Comers, the Mormon Bandits and Danite Band. Keokuk, IA: R. B. Ogden, 1876.