Source:Tingley, Raymon Meyers. Some Ancestral Lines : Being a Record of Some of the Ancestors of Guilford Solon Tingley and His Wife, Martha Pamelia (Sic)

Source Some ancestral lines : being a record of some of the ancestors of Guilford Solon Tingley and his wife, Martha Pamelia [sic] Meyers
Author Tingley, Raymon Meyers
Coverage
Surname Day, Parsons, Tingle, Tingley, Varney
Subject Family tree
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher Tuttle Pub. Co.
Date issued 1935
Place issued Rutland, Vt.
Citation
Tingley, Raymon Meyers. Some ancestral lines : being a record of some of the ancestors of Guilford Solon Tingley and his wife, Martha Pamelia [sic] Meyers. (Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Pub. Co., 1935).
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Tingley should be used with extreme caution. Penny Douglass, in a footnote in a 1992 article on Robert Blott, says "Torrey's suggestion, in brackets and with a question mark, that Ralph Green's wife was born a Jeggles probably comes from Raymon Meyers Tingley's Some Ancestral Lines (Rutland, VT, 1935), pp. 164-65, which states that she was a daughter of William1 and Mary Jeggles of Salem. Tingley presents no evidence for this conclusion and his work is known to contain fraudulent data." Similar comments by other reputable genealogists are found elsewhere in the literature.--jaques1724 16:55, 18 May 2012 (EDT)