For background on the history and genealogy of the ARTERBURN family, see the
online text versions of these books now available in the digital archives of Family
Arterburn, C. Norben, and Janet D. Arterburn. The Arterburn Cousins.
[S.l. : s.n., 1977?].
This original and groundbreaking work of research uncovered
and presented in a family tree format the branches of the known
descendants of Peter and William Arterburn. Although not without
some errors, this book has served ARTERBURNS well for many
years as an indispensable reference resource. More recently,
Michael N. Arterburn has compiled and published an updated
version with many new descendants added to the family tree.
Arterburn, Charles R. Some Research Notes and Current Hypotheses of
Genealogical Sources and Recent DNA Analyses. Lexington, Kentucky :
C.R. Arterburn, 2010.
This book (7th edition, 2010) was the culmination of several
attempts to make sense of conflicting claims and clues about
ARTERBURN family origins. The available (or lack of) evidence
for Scotch-Irish, English, German, and "Indian" ancestry was
explored. The second book, Supplemental Notes, picks up
where this one left off.
To access reference links found at the end of each section
in Some Research Notes, open a separate window/page in
your browser, then "copy" and "paste" the link to the Internet
address box of the separate window/page of your browser.
Websites of some reference links will open in the same window
and will not allow going "back" (<—) or returning to the book's
text in the same window. Copying and pasting the reference
links in a separate window of your browser will avoid this. Also,
over time links for some of these Webpages may have changed.
To find their current link (URL) may require searching anew the
target site of the original published link or the Internet, using
relevant keywords or names from the text.
Arterburn, Charles R. Supplemental Notes on the History of the Arterburn
Family in America. Lexington, Kentucky : C.R. Arterburn, 2013.
This book was occasioned by new evidence uncovered
about the "East Indian" connection of Peter Arterburn, and
also by the discovery in our Y-DNA of the Haplogroup/SNP,
R-Z93. A timeline for Peter and William was presented, and
the composition of the families of Peter and William was
revisited. The "News" page picks up where this book left off.