These are either still in print and being sold, or are too large to upload. Send me an email if you think you might have a family or individual in them and I will do a look-up from these materials.
American Marriage Records Before 1699 by William Montgomery Clemens, 1984, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland
Background of a Bandit: The Ancestry of Jesse James by Joan M. Beamis, and William E. Pullen, 1981, Jesse James Publishers, Liberty, Missouri
Draper Collection Calendar Series (four of the five volumes of indexes ever published to the Lyman Draper collection of original documents, correspondence, pedigrees, interviews, etc. of Late Colonial and early U.S. history of Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, East Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio: vol. 1: "Preston and Virginia Papers," vol. 2: "Kentucky Papers," vol. 3: "Tennessee and King's Mountain Papers," and vol. 4: George Rogers Clark Papers," by University of Wisconsin, Publications of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1915, reprinted by McDowell Publishing, Utica, Kentucky.
New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, 1987, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland
Genealogies of Rhode Island Families vol's. I and II, A-Wil, by Gary Boyd Roberts, 1989, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland (I don't have volume III which covers Win-Z)
East Tennessee History (reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennessee, reorganized and indexed by Samuel McDowell in 1973, McDowell Publishing, Utica, Kentucky
Tennessee Cousins: a History of Tennessee People by Worth Ray, 1950, reprinted in 2004, by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland
Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early Settlers from State and County Archives by Edythe Rucker Whitley, 1981, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland
Rutherford County, Tennessee, Cemeteries vol. III, Southwest Third of the County, by Rutherford County S.A.R., Stones River Chapter, and Rutherford County Historical Society, 1975, Smyrna, Tennessee.
Rutherford County, Tennessee Historical Society Publications No. 12 and No. 14, Murfreesboro, Tennessee: (had articles on the John Taylor Lytle family, Kirks and Montgomery's, the First Presbyterian Church of Murfreesboro and early members, and an index to the wills of Rutherford County, 1802-1882)
Kentucky Genealogy and Biography (9 volumes) extracted from the 1870's and 1880's county and state histories and biographies by Thomas V. Westerfield, edited and published in 1975 by McDowell Publishing, Utica, Kentucky
Quaker Records of the Miami Valley of Ohio by Eileen Davis and Judith Ireton, 1980, McDowell Publishing, Utica, Kentucky
The Ridge Runners queries and genealogical data, most with some documents citations bound volumes of material from this magazine and another named "The Ozark Quarterly published in the 1960's and 1970's, Vol's I-III, V-VIII (missing only vol. IV), compiled and published by William A. Yates, 1975-1977, Yates Publishing Co., Rifle, Colorado. This publication covered Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Virginia, primarily.
The Wallace Collection: I and II (two volumes--group sheets and pedigrees with some documentation), and the Lamar Legacy by Ruth Lamar Petracek from 1978 to the late 1980's, self-published, Santa Ana, California
Highland Papers (two volumes of many covering some early genealogies and papers of Campbells and McKenzies), edited by J.R.N MacPhail, K.C., Publications of the Scottish History Society, first published in the magazine in the 1920's up to 1933, reprinted, 1995, Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, Maryland (MacPhaill and his researchers published transcripts of many original documents relating to these families and many others.)
Scots on the Chesapeake: 1607-1830 (documented mentions of early Scottish settlers along or near the Chesapeake Bay and Potomac and James Rivers in Virginia, near the Bay in Maryland, and elsewhere in Virginia) by David Dobson, 1992 Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland
Scots-Irish Links: 1575-1725, Parts I and II, by David Dobson, 2002, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland (I also have Parts III and IV as an e-book).
The Scots-Irish in the Shenandoah Valley, by Billy Kennedy, 1996, (U.S. Printing) Emerald House Group, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina (also published in Northern Ireland)
The Scots-Irish in the Hills of Tennessee, by Billy Kennedy, 1996, (U.S. Printing) Emerald House Group, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina (also published in Northern Ireland)
Families of Ballyrashane: A District in Northern Ireland (covering part of the old County of Coleraine, now Derry, and part of County Antrim), by T.H. Mullin, 1969, News Letter Printing Co., Ltd., Belfast, Northern Ireland (some family genealogies and ordinance maps, etc. mostly material dating from 1740 and later, but some a little earlier)
The Conquest of Ireland (four volumes) by Rev. George Hill, originally in the 1840's, reprinted in 2004 by the Irish Genealogical Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri (covers the Fall of the Native Irish Chiefs, the Plantations in Ulster, the English in Londonderry, and the 1628-9 special census of Ulster; many, many names connected with dates and places)
A History of Ulster by Jonathan Bardon, 1992 by the Blackstaff Press Ltd., Belfast, Northern Ireland (very detailed book--only slightly smaller and lighter than a hard-bound copy of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary)
The Twilight Lords (about the last native and Norman-Irish, lords of Ireland and the new incoming English lords under Elizabeth I), by Richard Berleth, 1978, Barnes and Noble, New York, NY, reprinted 1994.
Mostly Pre-1900 transcripts of records, documented pedigrees, etc. and emphasis on pre-1860: At least three overstuffed file drawers of files on BEEBES of Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York and Illinois--and England; KIRKS of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois; HAYS of Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky; DUNLAPS of Virginia and North and South Carolina--and Scotland; LAMARS/LEMARS of Maryland, Virginia and Tennessee; LANDRUMS of Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia; CAMPBELLS of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and northern Alabama--and Ireland and Scotland; FORTNERS of South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky; MCCORMICKS (and at least six frequent variants in spelling) in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois; ROSS's in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Tennessee--and Ireland; WALLACE's of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana and Missouri--and Ireland and Scotland; WOODS' (with an "s"--and some material on WOOD's) of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, northern Alabama--and Ireland and England; (some material on) WALKER's of Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky and Missouri; (some material on) RAMSEY's of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and Ohio.