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(1)  Falaise Roll-These pedigrees were taken from Jumieges and his continuator, Robert de                                Torigny.
(2) The Domesday Book-Devonshire

(3)  Lovel-1066:  A Medieval Mosaic

(4)  The Battle Abbey Roll-3 volumes-by the Duchess of Cleveland 1889

(5)  Lee Family-Burke’s General Armoury, “The Virginia Cavaliers” (illustrated), K. M.             Rowland, Southern Bivouac, May 1886, published by B. F. Avery and Sons

(6)  Carey Family in England by Henry Grosnevor Carey-Published by Seth Cooley Carey,                Dorchester Center, Boston, Massachusetts, 1906  (According to Mr. Henry                              Grosnevor Carey,  “This record is made possible by the existence of a “Pedigree of                  the Cary Family,”  which was drawn up by the Royal College of Heralds by                                command of Queen Anne Boleyn.”)

(7)  Kentucky Cousins: The Goode Family of Barren County, Kentucky, and Related                            Families, author: Goode, Cecil E.,  publisher: C. E. Goode, 1982

(8)  John Carey the Plymouth Pilgrim by Carey, Seth Cooley, Dorchester Center, Boston,                  Massachusetts, S. C. Carey, 1911

(9)  Vermont, Revolutionary War Pension Request, National Archives and Records                 Administration, General Reference Branch (NNRG-P), 7th and Pennsylvania                          Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20408

(10)  Pension Application Files, Mexican Wars, Death or Disability, National Archives  and                Records Administration, General Reference Branch (NNRG-P), 7th and                                   Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20408

(11)  Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions, National Archives and Records                 Administration, General Reference Branch (NNRG-P), 7th and Pennsylvania                          Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20408

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