Calif. Families Lewelling Information Sources Contact

Some Sources of Information

I have removed e-mail addresses for these people to shield them from the
spammers, but I can put you in touch with them if you send me a message. 

 Kathleen Hulmes, Bloomington, IL
 Van Maren King, Woodland, CA 

 "Llewellyn Traces" newsletter, 4 times/yr. 1989-1994
Edited by Martha Jewett Abbey,
(Phone: 719-564-2210)
781 McCarthy Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81005-9704
Martha stopped publishing because of her health.  She said there were
copies at: 
1.  The DAR in Wash. DC
3.  Wisc. Historical Society in Madison
Copies were donated to other libraries but she does not have a list.

LLEWELLYN-L Message board at rootsWeb.
"Migrations: Henderson Luelling and the Cultivated Apple, 1822-1854", David Diamond's PhD Thesis.
  Available from ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Services, 800-521-0600,

Meshack Lewelling listing at

Meshack Lewelling listing at RootsWeb World Connect

Anson Co., NC GenWeb Page.

Pictures, Articles, Books:
E. Lewelling House - p. 108 "Alameda County Illustrated", 1898, The Oakland Tribune
E. Lewelling house - p. 150, "Historical Atlas of Alameda Co. Illustrated", 1878
Bing "Hayward the Heart of the Bay", 2002, Banning Fenton, (510) 782-6016

The Lewellings - p. 5 "San Leandro Recollections", Jul 1970, Vol. 2, No. 4

"The Rancho of Don Guillermo" by John S. Sandoval

The children's book "Tree Wagon", Evelyn Sybley Lampman

Alameda County: San Lorenzo, Oakland, Hayward
Hayward Area Historical Society (HAHS) 510-581-0223 .
22701 Main Street, Hayward, CA
Museum open 11-4 Tu-Sat.
Library and Archives Open Wed. & Sat. 12-4 and by appointment

A history of San Lorenzo by
Doris Marciel's great grandfather purchased property and a house in 1875 from Mr. Lewelling.


Museum of the Oregon Territory 503-655-5574
Administered by the Clackamas County Historical Society.
211 Tumwater Drive
Oregon City OR  (Just south of Milwaukie)

Ledding Library of Milwaukie 503 786-7580
10660 SE 21St. Ave., Milwaukie, OR

Milwaukie Museum (503) 659-5267

Clackamas County History at

Oregon Historical Society Museum, Portland  (503) 222-1741
 "Henderson Luelling, Sewth Lewelling and the Birth
 of the Pacific Coast Fruit Industry",
 Oregon Historical Quarterly, V. 68, no. 2 (June 1967)

Henderson Lewelling House - Part of Underground Railriad in Salem, IA

Lewelling items in the Julia S. Tutwiler Library at U. W. Alabama The Lewelling Family—Pioneers by O.A. Garretson

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last updated 24 June 2007