Heraldry in Color, Volume I, ed. Dr. David Pittman
Johnson (Electronic Edition [CD-ROM] - March 2003)
The armorial bearings in this text include both historical and
current examples. The preponderance are borne by United States
residents and military personnel serving abroad. A few were
borne buy those closely associated with the founding and
development of the nation.
Many of the Arms are domestic, while others originated in, or
were later recognized by, foreign officers of
The purpose of this text is to provide an historical record of
the armorial cultural heritage for heraldic, genealogical and
other researchers in future generations. Therefore, the text
is being distributed to major libraries throughout the nation,
and made available for individual and institutional
The armorial and biographical information contained in this
volume was collected over the period of some thirty years from
among the Arms registered by The American College of Heraldry.
In each entry, we have listed the Armiger and, where
available, his or her parents, along with the Armiger's
children and, as the case may be, their mother or father.
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DESCENDANTS OF JOHIAS WHITAKER
An extensive register report of all known descendants of Johias
Whitaker, whose progeny ultimately established themselves at "The
Holme" in Lancashire, and later emigrated to the United States,
primarily in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. Among his
descendants were William Whitaker, the most famous Puritan Divine in
the Church of England in his time, and a champion of the Reformation;
as well William's son Alexander Whitaker, who portrait hangs in the
Capital rotunda in Washington, DC (he both baptized Pocahontas in 1613
as well as officiating at her marriage to John Rolfe).
DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS WATTON
A register report on the Watton/ Wootton/ Wooton/ Wooten line that
emigrated to America from Castor, Northamptonshire through Isle of
Wight County, Virginia. This line spread mainly throughout the
Southeast, including North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas.
Extended lineages of many families. A great jumping off point for
researchers studying this surname.
DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD BOYKIN
This is an extensive register report of the known descendants of Edward
Boykin, whose progeny emigrated from England through Isle of Wight
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