(I am not a genealogist and can not locate anyone. Your best  bet  is to post on a message board from the list below.)

       Best published genealogies:

      Throckmorton, Charles Wickliffe. A genealogical and historical account of the Throckmorton family in England.
        and the United States.
Richmond: Old Dominion Press, 1930.        

        Sitherwood, S. F. G. The Throckmorton family history….Bloomington, IL: Pantagraph Printing & Stationery Co.,

        Stillwell, John Edwin. Historical and geneaological miscellany (data relating to the early settlers of New York and
        New Jersey).
Baltimore, MD: Clearfield Company, Inc., reprinted 1998.    (5 volumes).  
*Find book*

        Swiger, Loraine B. Family sketches of the Throckmortons of southern Ohio. Waverly, Ohio: James Printing Co.,
        1975.   Best bet:  request through interlibrary loan or your state library.


     Post queries to message boards:


     Cemetery sites you can search online: 

     Throckmorton Cemetery Texas


      Searchable databases:     Ship passenger info, colonial migration

           Warwickshire, England On-line Birth, Marriage, and Death Certificate Searching.

          (copy and paste the following long  links in your browser or a long link like this will not work)

          Cyndi's List is a treasure trove!


        Find Throckmortons in the Civil War Research Database 

          RootsWeb Meta Search

          Obituary Daily Times Interactive search


      Websites with Throckmorton gen information:






      Don't overlook:

      You can enter your ancestor's  or distant relative's name at Google.  Put the name in quotation marks.
Seems almost too simple but it works quite often because your ancestor may be listed
            in someone else's lineage at a gen site.


            For current generation surname search:

            For location based queries:  
            Many location based gen boards offer help with cemetery and other lookups by volunteers.  
            Some already have transcribed cemeteries in their county.

            For historical society message boards:

            For vital statistic certificates in the UK:

            The Throckmorton Name in History




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