These are the primary sources for all pages of this website. Nothing is used that is hearsay, especially in Genealogy. Some internet sources are used that have references.
Dunlop of that Ilk Archibald Dunlop 1896 Kerr and Richardson, Glasgow
Memorabilia of the Families of Dunlop, with special references to John Dunlop of Rosebank, Tiger Dunlop and John Dunlop Astronomer Royale with a large selection of poems of John Dunlop of Glasgow. Also details the Dunlops of Gankirk, Tollcross, Glasgow, Keppoch, and Greenoch; Alexander and William of the University of Glasgow, General James Dunlop, the Dutch Dunlops, the Tobacco Lords.
Dunlop Parish, a History of Church, Parish and Nobility John Bayne 1935
a definitive source for Burkes Peerage regarding the Dunlops, and the source for many articles regarding the Family. Acquired through Alibris used and out of print books.
The Dunlop Papers: The Dunlops of Dunlop and of Auchenskaith, Keppoch and Gairbraid J.G. Dunlop 1939 Butler and Tanner, London
reprinted by Quintin Publications www.quintinpublications.com for $56.98. A must-have source book for any collector of Dunlop history! Includes The Origins and Early history of the Family; chapters on: The Dunlops of Dunlop; General James Dunlop and family; Rev Alexander Dunlop; Rev William Dunlop, principal of Glasgow University; Alexander Dunlop, professor of Greek and his family; John Dunlop, surveyor; Alexander Dunlop of Keppoch; John Dunlop of Garbraid; Robert Graham Dunlop of the Royal Navy; Tiger Dunlop of Canada; Sons of Margaret Colquhoun; Alexander Colquhoun Stirling Murray Dunlop. Over 400 pages of Dunlop history with a complete index of names for easy referencing!
House of Dunlop Freda Dunlop White 1951 Advocate press, Oakland , California
Stories of the Dunlop families, based of fact and embellished, from the Roman attack on Dunlop hill to the Dunlop farm in California. Lots of great illustrations and family portraits. Stories of Celtic chief Dunlop; John Dunlop, miller of Dovecoathall; James Dunlop IV; John Patterson Dunlop, his wives and families from England to California.
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House of Dunlap (original hardcover edition, signed by author) Rev. James Hanna 1956 Edwards Brothers , Ann Arbor, MI
Intro by Rev John Bayne "History of the Parish and Family of Dunlop"; A reprise of Freda White's "House of Dunlop"; Dunlap ancestry in British-America; The lineage of the Waxhaw Dunlap's from which almost 1/3 of American Dunlap's descend; More Dunlop families including the line of John and Mary Bell Dunlap; Jackson and Sarah Ellen Hewitt Dunlap; Ephraim Henry and Sarah Dunlap (Virginia); John William and Elizabeth MacClain Dunlap of Virginia; John and Catherine Stentz Dunlap (Pennsylvania); Robert and Agnes Brown Faries Dunlap of Pennsylvania; Adam and Rebecca Work Dunlap of Ohio; John Dunlap and Jemima Shipman Dunlap of Scott County, Indiana; John Fletcher and Arabella Dunlap Fletcher of Kentucky and Pennsylvania; Captain George Bryant Dunlap and Nancy Craighead Richardson Dunlap of South Carolina; Robert Dunlap of Lancaster County, South Carolina; Amos Henderson Dunlap and Sarah Rau Benner Dunlap of Lancaster County, South Carolina; Scottish Clans and families the Dunlops have relations with including Cunningham, Hamilton, Sommerville, Campbell of Argyll, Brown, MacFarlane, Menzies, Snodgrass, Gay, Alexander, Erskine, and Hanna of Sorbie. Appendices are numerous, but the names are not indexed. #2 Dunlop book of all time!
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Dunlap Lads and Lassies Ruth Dunlap 1998 self
Genealogy of the progeny of Samuel Dunlap of Pennsylvania (1776) through William and Alexander of Ohio, West Virginia, and Virginia (1819 and 1873; William Dunlop of Indiana (1873); Alexander Dunlop of Greene County, Indiana (1873); William Dunlop of Indiana (1876); Isaac(1915)and Dallas Dunlap of Indiana (1982); Dan Dunlap of Illinois.
Tiger of Canada West Graham 1962 Clarke, Irwin, Toronto, Vancouver
Wonderful biography of Dr. William "Tiger" Dunlop, a War of 1812 British war hero, and very colorful frontiersman who became involved in early Canada's politics.
Tiger Dunlop’s Upper Canada William Dunlop 1967 McLelland & Stewart, Toronto
His first-hand account of the War of 1812 and "Sketches of Upper Canada for the use of Emigrants by a Backwoodsman" , a guide written by Scottish-born William for new Canadians. Priceless for any Canadian Dunlop.
One Man Alone, Bill Dunlop's Own Story Frank Drigotas 1983 Down East Books Camden, Maine
World-renowned sailor Bill Dunlop set off in July 1983 to circumnavigate the globe in his nine foot sloop, Wind's Will. Only a year earlier he had captured popular imagination with his single-handed voyage across the Atlantic in the same tiny craft! Autographed copy!
Weary. Life of Sir Edward Dunlop Sue Ebury 1994 Viking Australia
Australian National Hero of WWII, this "surgeon of the railway" spent more than three years as a Japanese POW on the notorious Burma-Thailand "Death Railway". His care for the men under his command and his defiance of his captors made him a legend in his own time. "Bridge over the River Kwai" movie is based on like stories. Sir Edward was knighted and received many honors from multiple countries. Counted among the Dunlop's most honored heroes.
John Boyd Dunlop Jim Cooke 2000 Dreoilin publications, Belfast
Born in Dreghorn, near Kilmarnock, he was a veterinarian who developed the pneumatic tire and changed the world. 31-page pamphlet with great photos and history of the man and his invention.
The Dunlap Cabinetmakers: A Tradition in Craftmenship 1994 Philip Zea and Donald Dunlap. Stackpole Books Mechanicsburg, Pa History of the Family and how they came to New Hampshire and started their furniture business. Beautiful photos, drawings and reproductions of their work!
Statistical Accounts of Dunlop Parish #1 1791 Government, Edinburgh
Government Account of the State of the Dunlop Parish in 1791
Statistical Accounts of Dunlop Parish #2 1838 Government, Edinburgh
Government Account of the State of the Dunlop Parish in 1838
Statistical Accounts of Dunlop Parish #3 1951 Government, Edinburgh
Government Account of the State of the Dunlop Parish in 1951
History and Economic Development of the Village of Dunlop Jen Hutchinson 1972 self
Nice primer regarding Dunlop written by a student at the Edinburgh College of Domestic Science. Used by the Dunlop society as a hand-out.
Dunlop Ancient and Modern Exhibition 1998 City of Dunlop, Scotland
Exhibition of photos shown on 27th -29th of March 1998 divided into six sections: The Village; Village at Work; At Play; At Church; At School; At War. a 30 page pamphlet edited by Dugald Campbell. great photos!
Village Life ..exhibition of photos in Sept 2000 2000 Gilmour Print, Ayrshire, Scotland
Exhibition of photos in Dunlop Hall 2nd and 3rd September 2000. Pictures of Village children, the renovation of the Kirk, snowfall in Dunlop, etc..
Old Stewarton, Dunlop, Lugton Sue Milligan 2001 StenLake Publishing, Ayrshire
Pamphlet of photos of the area circa mid 19th century
Robert Burns and Mrs. Dunlop Correspondence William Wallace 1898 Dodd Mead & Co NY
Letters between the bard and Mrs. Dunlop over their ten year friendship, over ninety-six letters. Also a chapter on Mrs. Dunlop's family, both Dunlop's and Wallace's. On page 38 is a sketch of the original Dunlop House that was replaced in 1838!
Bessie Dunlop, Witch of Dalry Hodgart and Clarke 1995 Hodder & Stoughton, London
A play based upon the true story of Bessie Dunlop, White Witch of Dalry, who was a folk healer in Ayrshire burned and tortured in Edinburgh after being accused of Witchcraft, after being tried by the High Court of Justiciary in November 1576.
"Indian Attack on Fort Dunlap". (article) Stephen Cone 1910 Magazine of History, Volume XI June 1910
Eyewitness and historical accounts of the Shawnee attack on what is now Colerain, Ohio on the 9th 10th 11th of January 1790
Eyewitness (Genesis of the Tank) Sir Dunlop Swinton 1972 Arno Press, NY
Personal reminiscences of certain phases of the Great War (WWI) , including the genesis of the tank, by the tank's Proponent, Major-General Sir Ernest Dunlop Swinton K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O., R.E. .many photos of early tanks (called caterpillars and Land Cruisers) in action. A must for WWI collectors.
Lee’s Sharpshooter’s Major William S. Dunlop 1899 Tunnan & Pittard, Little Rock, Ark.
Major Dunlop was the commander of the Sharpshooter battalion formed from the 1st,12th,13th and 14th South Carolina and Orr's Rifles when General Robert E. Lee began experimenting with sniper tactics during the US Civil War. The book details the training, ordinance, and marksmanship exercises. Also are first hand accounts of the battles of Wilderness and Spotsylvania.