The Descendants of

Thomas Lincoln, the husbandman

Sources Used for Documentation of Genealogies
Books, Periodicals, Data Banks

Many of the books listed here can be found and downloaded at Google Books or Internet Archive (see links at side).

  1. - contains copies of pages from the US Federal Census and World War I and II Draft Registrations cards, and contains data from the Social Security Death Index as well as birth, marriage, and death indices from several states and counties in the United States.
  2. Burwell Tribune - provided an obituary of a wife of Earl Herbert Lincoln, who lived in Scotia, Nebraska, a town close to Burwell, Nebraska.
  3. The Descendants of Cornet Robert Stetson of Scituate, Massachusetts, Sixteen Hundred and Thirty-Four, Oscar Frank Stetson (editor), 1933.
  4. The Franklin Fireplace, by Betty Harvey Williams.
  5. The Genealogical Advertiser, 1901, Volumes I - IV.
  6. A Genealogical and Biographical Sketch of the Name and Family of Stetson, John Stetson Barry, 1847.
  7. Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, George Thomas Little (editor), 1909, Volumes I - IV.
  8. - the source for several of the state physical maps.
  9. Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, William Richard Cutter (editor), 1908, Volumes I - IV.
  10. History and Memories - Portage County, Belmont Township, Wayne Allen Guyant, 1984, Volumes I, II.
  11. History of Aroostook, Edward Wiggin, 1922, Volume I.
  12. History of Durham, Maine, Everett S. Stackpole, 1899.
  13. History of Scituate, Massachusetts, From Its First Settlement to 1831, Samuel Deane, 1831.
  14. History of the Town of Hingham, Massachusetts, George Lincoln (editor), 1893, Volumes I - III.
  15. Hodgdon, Maine, 1832 - 1982, Sesquicentennial Album, Geraldine Tidd Scott.
  16. Meadville Tribune - obituary from newspaper in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
  17. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, John W. Dean (editor), 1899, Vol LIII.
  18. Notes on the Lincoln Families of Massachusetts, Solomon Lincoln, 1865.
  19. Old Cemeteries of Southeastern Massachusetts, Charles M. Thatcher, Middleborough Public Library, 1995.
  20. Scotia Register - several obituaries of Lincolns who lived in Scotia, Nebraska.
  21. Stevens Point Daily Journal (Stevens Point, Wisconsin).
  22. United States Federal Census.
  23. Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, Volumes I - III.
  • Bayard Cemetery, Bayard, Nebraska
  • Patten Free Library, Bath, Maine
  • Portage County Historical Society of Wisconsin Online Archives
  • State of Nebraska, Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics
  • Stevens Point Area Genealogical Society
Personal Communications
  • Beverly Koenig - Durham, Maine Historical Society, provided information on John Lincoln and his wife Ruth Stetson who lived in Durham, Maine.
  • Blaine John Lincoln - provided much information on the genealogy of Lincolns descended from John P. Lincoln.
  • Bob Lincoln - a descendant of Thomas Lincoln, the miller, and who did extensive research on the Y-DNA evidence relating to the relationships of the original Lincolns who emmigrated to America from England, and all their descendants.  There is much Lincoln information on his web site at:
  • Darrel Vance - Scotia, Nebraska Cemetery Board, provided information of the some Warren Lincoln descendants who lived and died in Scotia, Nebraska.
  • Florence Phelps Lincoln - the wife of Fred Lincoln (b. 1888), wrote down the ancestry of her husband and many of their descendants.  The document was preserved by Thelma Davis Lincoln, the wife of one of Florence's children (Warren F. Lincoln), and came to this site by way of Steven Gray, grandson of Thelma Davis Lincoln.  Thelma Davis Lincoln is also the source for identification of persons shown in photographs displayed in the genealogy page for Fred Lincoln, Florence's husband.
  • George Lincoln - notes of the John Lincoln and Martha Thompson Lincoln family births, marriages, and deaths, obtained over the Internet from a site maintained by Max Schneider.  George Lincoln (b. 1855)was a son of Warren and Izetta Lincoln.
  • Gordon Lincoln - provided information on his parents, John Leslie Lincoln and Esther Gladys Pennell, and some of his direct relatives.
  • Julie Middendorf - provided transcripts of obituaries listed in the Scotia Register, a publication from Scotia, Nebraska.
  • Larry Combs - did extensive research into his Lincoln ancestors, and it was through a document he published that was circulated around the Internet that pointed me in the right direction for finding my own Lincoln ancestors.  Larry developed much information on the descendants of his ancestor, Benjamin Thompson Lincoln, as well as his ancestors leading up to Thomas Lincoln, the husbandman.
  • Max Schneider - the typed manuscript written by George Lincoln came from a web site by Max Schneider.  Max is a great-great grandson of Martha Jane Lincoln, sister to Warren Lincoln, and daughter to John and Martha Lincoln.
  • Randy Seiler - supplied information on Justin Lincoln and his wife Hattie Peterson.  More information on the Peterson family history is at
  • Robert David Lincoln - provided information on Charles Raymond Lincoln and his siblings and ancestors.
  • Robert Kuhmann - provided information and pictures of Justin Lincoln and his wife Hattie Peterson.  More information on the Peterson family history is at
  • Robert Martin Lincoln - provided much information regarding his grandparents Robert Thompson Lincoln and Ida Tunks Lincoln, his parents Allan Hubert Lincoln and Ila Martin Lincoln, and their families.
  • Ruby Lincoln Hill - wrote a biography of her grandparents Robert Thompson Lincoln and wife Ida Tunks Lincoln for the Bayard Nebraska Sesquicentennial, and gave information about her father Elery Lincoln, and brothers Eldon and Frankie Lincoln.
  • Steven Gray - along with his grandmother, Thelma Davis Lincoln (wife of Warren F. Lincoln), provided picture identification of children of Albert O. Lincoln, and their wives.