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The George Ely Russell and his articles about the Firestone family
I sent these examples on to Tony Proctor; am providing them here for reference. None of these are intended to deal with Genealogical Proof Standard matters regarding conflicts, etc.; nor do they necessarily reflect either the content or form of presentation in say a narrative or family group sheet. --GJ
Mr. Russell's 1964 article in NGSQ:
for a short extract.)
Source List Entry
Russell, George Ely, “Founders of the American Firestone Family.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly
52 (December 1964): 241-44.
First Reference Note
1. George Ely Russell, "Founders of the American Firestone Family," National Genealogical Society Quarterly
52 (December 1964): 241-44, specifically 241.
2. Russell, "Founders of the American Firestone Family," 242.
Mr. Russell's 1993 article in his own journal, Western Maryland Genealogy.
Bibliography/Source List Entry:
Russell, George Ely, CG, FASG, FNGS. “Firestone Family of Frederick County, Maryland.” Western Maryland Genealogy
9 (January 1993): 2-14 and (April 1993): 62-72.
Full/First Reference Note:
George Ely Russell, CG, FASG, FNGS, “Firestone Family of Frederick County, Maryland,” Western Maryland Genealogy 9 (January 1993): 2-14 and (April 1993): 62-72, particularly 63, entry for Mathias^2 Firestone, "born at Thal 5 April 1744," cites "Parish Registers for Evangelical Church for Berg, 1712-1794, film nos. 729846 (baptisms) and 729848 (marriages and burials), LDS Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah."
Short/Subsequent Reference Note 1:
Russell, "Firestone Family of Frederick County, Maryland," 64, entry for "Anna 'Mary' Firestone"; reports she m. 17 Dec 1807, Richard Karl/Carle, cites "Columbiana County, Ohio, Marriage Records, 1804-1835 (E. Liverpool, Ohio: Griscom DAR Chapter, 1938)."
Short/Subsequent Reference Note 2:
Russell, "Firestone Family of Frederick County, Maryland," 3, "'
Feuerstein (Der Handel mit dieser einst so unentbehrlichen Waare hat Anlass zu dem Namen gegeben) …'" [The trade with this once essential commodity has given rise to the name], citing "Die Leiden der Evangelischen in der Graffschaftt Saanverden (Kanton Saar-Union und Drutingen im Elsass) Reformation und Gegenreforniation 1557-1700,
nach dem Quellen erzahlt von Gustav Matthis, Pfarrer zu Eyweiler, Strassburg (1800), p. 256, Appendix of families from the records of churches in the locality," and commenting, "He is writing chiefly of the towns erected to house the early Huguenot refugees from France."
Some might want an inline citation style. In the case of the first entry, above, that inline citation might appear as below:
[Russell 1993, 63] or it might appear [Russell, 63]