by William P. Evert, softcover, $14.95.  Order from North Star Press of St. Cloud, MN S. A. Stockwell was a political ahead of his time.  From before the turn of the century, he held office into the 1930's and strove to better Minnesota and its people by supporting women's rights, improvement of schools and labor conditions, revamping tax laws, and fighting for Blacks.

The Stockwell Family Adventures into the Past:

336 pp, softcover, $49.95.  Order from McFarland  & Co., of     Jefferson, NC. Tracing down records to complete a family tree can become laborious when the researcher doesn't know where to begin looking.  This reference work serves as a guide for both beginning and experienced genealogy researchers.  The approximately 270 entries.are listed alphabetically and cross-referenced so any researcher can quickly find the information he or she is seeking.  The author also provides moire than 700 addresses from all over the world so that the genealogist or general researcher may contact any one of these organizations to obtain specific information about particular births, deaths, marriages or other life events in order to complete a family tree.

Stockwell of Minneapolis:  The Life and Times of S. A. Stockwell

2nd edition, by Irene Dixon Stockwell.  Descendants of Quinton Stockwell to the present (975 Stockwell names); allied families include Bullard, Burch, Field, Halladay, Jaquints, Parsons, Rich, Roberts, Seldon, Thoms, Weller, and others.  772 pages, Hardccover, Indexed.  Price $35 each plus $5 for postage and handling.  Order from Richard C. Stockwell, 14 Park Place, Madison, WI 53705.

2 CD's containing movies of various Stockwell Family reunions from 1977 to 1985, photographed by Donald Stockwell ($20 per set, including shipping) (order from Julia Stockwell, 203 Lunenburg Road, Townsend, MA 01474).

After three decades working together in southern Vermont (alongside a  host of artists from Bill Monroe, Doc Watson and Earl Scruggs to Jonathan Edwards, John Hartford and John Gorka to Mary-Chapin Carpenter, Steve Wariner and "Asleep at the Wheel"), the Stockwell Brothers (Bruce, Barry and Alan) are the area's senior bluegrass ambassadors and a Green Mountain institution. Their record listings and sales can be found at


A Sourcebook for Genealogical Research
​       by Foster Stockwell


Stockwell Family Association

Books on various William Stockwell lines:
       ​Prepared by Etwalla Ann Stockwell Thompson 

(order from Julia Stockwell, 203 Lunenburg Road, Townsend, MA 01474-1131)

Lines of descent from William of Sutton, MA and each one of William Stockwell's sons:

William--Jonathan Stockwell - 51 pages ($15 plus $2.50 postage Total $17.50)-232 Stockwells
William--Ebenezer Stockwell - 95 pages ($15 plus $3.00 postage Total $18.00 )-604 Stockwells
William--William Stockwell - 155 pagers ($15 plus $3.40 postage Total $18.40)-1,883 Stockwells
William--John Stockwell - 518 pages ($36 plus $5.50 postage Total $41.50)-2,170 Stockwells
William--David Stockwell - 434 pages ($15 plus $2.50 postage Total $17.50)-2,030 Stockwells

James Stockwell Genealogy - 292 pages--2,000 Stockwell names ($22.95 plus shipping)