For those who missed getting a copy of C.
Wickliffe Throckmorton’s (CWT) classic history of the Throckmorton
Family when reprinted in 2002, here’s good news!
A second printing of
A Genealogical andHistorical Account of the
Throckmorton and Allied Families, 1066-1926,
originally published in 1930, is available now!Reproduction is by the Reprint Company, Publishers,
Spartanburg, SC, who also gaveus the excellent reprint of the
Throckmorton Family History
with CognateBranches by Frances
volumes are pictured above).This second CWT reprint has a navy blue bound cover and is
identified on the spine as A Family History–C. Wickliffe Throckmorton.The CWT reprint has all photographs and drawings with the
complete original text; it includes the historic
Royal Descent chart
depicting the Throckmorton Family’s uninterrupted lineage from 800
During our recent negotiations for the CWT
reprint, we learned from the printer/publisher that book
reproductions have significantly increased in cost since our initial
reprint; and that they’re predicted to further escalate.We inquired about reproduction options that would provide
quality text, printing and binding while at affordable family
first-hand examination of the “on demand” book reproduction process
we determined that its product was fully of the quality and
durability we required.
With a considerably lower price compared with the offset printing
process, we initiated our order for the “on demand” book.This decision was based upon the assurance that the reprint
would have complete and original text style, full content and be of
professional print and binding quality.As the price comparisons below demonstrate, we were
successful in significantly lowering the cost per volume which
offers greater family and customer opportunity to purchase a single
CWT volume or the two-book package at an attractive rate.This fulfilled our second objective, to enable more persons
and their families to purchase and enjoy these two classic family
Today, for those who want only a single copy of
the CWT reprint, the cost for a shrink-wrapped copy, insured,
packaged and shipped to any US Postal address is $50 (down from
book per copy, similarly packaged and mailed, is now $60 (down from
package” (Sitherwood and CWT) is now available for just $100 which
also includes the above packaging, shipping, etc.These unavailable-elsewhere classics make excellent gifts for
any occasion (adult children, nieces/nephews) or treasures for your
To order these Throckmorton Histories if living
EAST of the Mississippi
River, order with check to Jean V. Helms, 4 Tinkers Lane,
Carrollton, VA 23314-3307.Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who live
WEST of the Mississippi,
order from Robert W. Throckmorton with check at 27630 Riata Ranch
Drive, San Antonio, TX 78261-3514.Contact email@example.com
Almond, Philip C. The witches of Warboys: an
extraordinary story of sorcery, sadism and satanic
possession. I. B. Tauris, 2008.
The Throckmorton Name in History.
Barnard, E. A.
A seventeenth century gentleman. Cambridge: W.
Heffer & Sons Ltd., 1944.
Bartlett, Joseph Gardner. Throckmorton
pedigree. Troy, N.Y.: C. Shepard, 1922.
Browning, Charles H.The Magna Charta Barons and Their American Descendants
1898 : Together With the Pedigrees of the Founders of the
Order of Runnemede. Clearfield Co, 2000.
Burke, Arthur Meredyth.Prominent families of United States of America.1908, reprinted 1999.
Carlson , Leland Henry. Martin Marprelate, gentleman:
Master Job Throkmorton laid open in his colors. San
Marino: Huntington Library, 1981.
Carpenter, C. Locality and
Polity: A Study of Warwickshire Landed Society, 1401-1499.
Cambridge University Press, 1992 is now (2009) reprinted in
soft-cover edition at about 50% discount from on-line price
of a used hard-cover edition. Very scholarly treatment
(i.e, NOT light reading) but indispensible for understanding
social milieu in which Throckmorton Family ascended to a
significant economic and social level versus other
Warwickshire landed families which stagnated or declined.
(comments by Rich Mooney)
Coggeshall, Robert W.
Ancestors and Kin.
Spartanburg, S.C. The Reprint Company, Publishers,
*Find Book: Pete Coggeshall*In
e-mail message, please specify an interest in the
Collier, John Payne. Nine historical letters of the
reign of Henry VIII: written by Reginald Pole, Thomas
Cromwell, Michael Throckmorton,
and Thomas Starkey. Copied from the originals. For private
circulation only. London: Printed by T.
Faris, David. Plantagenet ancestry of
seventeenth-century colonists. The descent
from the later plantagenet kings of England, Henry III,
Edward I, and Edward III, of emigrants from England and
Wales to the North American colonies before 1701.
New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999.
(contains a healthy section on Throckmortons)
Hervey, Sydenham Henry Augustus. Ladbroke and its owners.
Bury St. Edmunds: Paual & Mathew, 1914.
Hicks, S.J., L. An Elizabethan problem. New York:
Fordham University Press, 1964.
David Hinchliffe.Village Walks in Worcestershire . Twenty
circular routes in and around Worcestershire's villages
including Belbroughton, Shrawley, Throckmorton and Kemerton.
With sketch maps and photographs. (not about
Throckmortons but rather Throckmorton England).
Hopkins, Richard. John H. Throckmorton of Cotulla, Texas
and Platte County, Missouri. St. Louis: R. Hopkins,
Marshall, P. and Scott, G.
(eds.). Catholic Gentry in English Society: The
Throckmortons of Coughton from Reformation to Emancipation(Catholic
Christendom, 1300-1700). Ashgate
Publishing Group. 2009
McNamara, John. "Two G's or not two G's--That is the
question," Names, Vol. 13, No. 1 (March 1965),
pp 69-72. Potsdam, NY: American Name Society.
Note: This is actually an article, not a book, which
analyzes the spelling of the Throckmorton surname over time.
Suggested by Robert J. Throckmorton.
Noel, Charles A. The Holmes tree: history and geneaology
of a Holmes family and allied families, including Bradford,
Calhoun, Clay, Parkinson, Pugh, Rainwater, Storm, and
Apollo, PA: Closson Press, 1983.
Notestein, Wallace. History of witchcraft in
England from 1558 to 1718. Kessinger Publishing, 2003.
Nunn, W. C., Ed. Ten more Texans in gray. Hillsboro,
TX: Hill Jr. College Press, 1980.
First Hand Historical Episodes of Early Coffey County
from the Pens of George Throckmorton . . . & Many Other
Pioneers. N.p.: n.d. (K978.1/-C65/Pam.v.1/no. 4).
(microfilm, Kansas Historical Society)
Rowse, A. L. Ralegh and the Throckmortons. London,
The Reprint Society, 1964.
Rowse, A. L.
Sir Walter Ralegh, his family and private life.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1962.
Two selves of Jessica Throckmorton.
Aesthetic Realism Foundation, 1971.
Sitherwood, S. F. G.
The Throckmorton family history….Bloomington,
IL: Pantagraph Printing & Stationery Co., 1929. Find
Throckmorton, Sir Thomas. Legend of Sir Nicholas
Throckmorton, kt., chief butler of England & chamberlain of
the exchequer: who died of poison, A.D. 1570. London,
Turner, Judy. Ralegh's fair Bess. New York: St.
Martin's Press, 1974.
Westwood, Jennifer. The lore of the land: a
guide to England's legends from Spring-Heeled Jack to the
witches of Warboys. Penguin Books, LTD., 2006.
Wheeler, E. D. Ten remarkable women of the Tudor courts
and their influence in founding of the New World, 1530-1630.
Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000.
White, Mary Coghlan. In the sweet by and by: stories and
records of families West, Bowen, Bean, Amis, Stanfield,
Stout, Oliphant, Throckmorton, Thomas, McNew,
McDonald, Smyth, Rees, Jones, Hughes, Miller, Mitchell.
U.S.A.: R. McDonald,1987.
Wright, Thomas. The witches of Warboys.
Publishing, LLC, 2005.
Tabb, Warner Throckmorton. The atomystic way.
New York: Exposition Press, 1948.
Throckmorton, A. F. Our Kansas system of education.
Topeka, KS: A. F. Throckmorton, State superintendent of
Throckmorton, Archibald H.
Illustrative cases on contracts. St. Paul:
WestPublishing Co., 1913.
Throckmorton, Archibald H.
Cases on contracts. St. Paul: West
Publishing Co., 1931.
Throckmorton, Arthur. Oregon argonauts: merchant
adventurers on the western frontier. Portland: Oregon
Historical Society, 1961.
Throckmorton, Burton Hamilton. Gospel parallels.
Thomas Nelson, 1991.
***There are many books by this author,
too numerous to list.
Throckmorton, Charles Wickliffe. Royal genealogical
chart of George v, king of England. [n.p., 1931?
Throckmorton, Fronda. Country roads of Tennessee.
Country Roads Press, 1994.
Throckmorton, H. E. (comp.) H.E. Throckmorton
Collection Columbia Township Cemeteries copied 1976-1978.
Meigs County, OH: The Meigs County Pioneer and Historical
Society, 1989; Family History Library 977.1 A1 #465.
Throckmorton, Hamilton Coe. Living waters. Chapel
Hill, NC: Professional Press, 1999.
Throckmorton, Harry B. A history of commercial banking in
Putnam County,TN. Cookeville, the author, 1977.
62 pp. (in Tennessee State Library and Archives)
Throckmorton, Susan. The Battle of Bennington.
Regional Center for Educational Training (45 Lyme Road,
Hanover, NH 03755), 1975. A coloring book with cartoon black
and white line drawings includes suggested colors for
Throckmorton, Tom Bentley.True masonic teachings. Des Moines, Iowa:
Throckmorton, Verdi. The small farm. New Brunswick,
NJ: Original Press, 1979.
Throgmorton, James A. Planning as persuasive
storytelling: The rhetorical construction of Chicago's
electric future. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press: 1996.
Throgmorton, Todd H. Roller coasters.
McFarland & Company, Incorporated, 2000.
Toepfer (Lewin), Caroline Throckmorton, Ed. Supplementary
readings in applied psychology and human behavior. New
York: Selected Academic Readings, 1970.