References

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"A Genealogy of Arthur Forrester Devereux" by Alvaretta Devereux Reed and DeWitt Clinton Reed

A Genealogy of the Family of the Line of Jonathan Devereaux born in Wethersfield, Connecticut, November 7, 1716 with some additions.  Cyril Allyn Herrick and charles F. Haight.  Edited and published by Charles F. Haight.  Lansing, Michigan.  July 1929

A History of the Castles of Herefordshire and their Lords by Reverend Charles J. Robinson.  Published by Logaston Press, Little Logaston, Woonton, Almeley, Herefordshire.  2002

An Account of the Anglo-Norman Family of Devereux, of Balmagir, County Wexford.  Gabriel O'C. Redmond.  Dublin.  Office of the "Irish Builder".  Mabbot-Street. 1891

The Conqueror and his Companions by J.R. Planche, Somerset Herald.  Published by the Tinsley Brothers, 1874.

Library of Virginia:  It has an excellent collection of on-line early American records.

National Archives of England, On-line.  There is an extensive collection of early Devereux deeds, law documents, fine rolls, etc. that are available on-line.  These have been drawn from to clarify the early Devereux pedigree and at times correct the published Peerages.

The Polarisation of Elizabethan Politics: The Political Career of Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, 1585-1597.  Paul E.J. Hammer.  Cambridge University Press.  1999

Various Burke's, T.C. Banks, and Collins Active and Extinct Peerages, Baronetages, etc.

Foundation of Medieval Genealogy Website

This site represents a consensus Genealogy representing the work of multiple Genealogists over many years, published (book and internet) and unpublished.  Their work is gratefully acknowledged, and sources for any aspect of these Genealogies is available upon request to protect the privacy of individual researchers.  General book sources are listed above.  Contact for individual contributors working on specific lines are provided below.