- Abstracts of Early Woburn Deeds - Recorded at Middlesex County Registry, 1649-1700 by Edward F Johnson. There are many early Richardsons listed in this publication. Published in 1895 (92 pages).
- The Richardson Memorial - Comprising a full history and genealogy of the posterity of the three brothers, Ezekiel, Samuel, and Thomas Richardson, who came from England, and united with others in the foundation of Woburn, Massachusetts, in the year 1641, of John Richardson, of Medfield, 1679, of Amos Richardson, of Boston, 1640, of Edward and William Richardson, of Newbury, 1643, with notices of Richardsons in England and elsewhere.
- Supplement to The Richardson Memorial - This is a supplement to the book "The Richardson memorial, comprising a full history and genealogy of the posterity of the three brothers, Ezekiel, Samuel, and Thomas Richardson, who came from England, and united with others in the foundation of Woburn, Massachusetts, in the year 1641, of John Richardson of Medfield 1679, of Amos Richardson of Boston 1640, of Edward and William Richardson of Newbury 1643, with notices of Richardsons in England and elsewhere." by John Vinton. The Supplement was published in 1898.
- Correspondence of Samuel Richardson - selected from the original manuscripts, bequeathed by him to his family, to which are prefixed, a biographical account of that author, and observations on his writings (1804).
- The Richardsons of West Mill, Herts, England, and Woburn in New England - by Walter Kendall Watkins, 1903. (28 pages)
- Genealogy of the Winn Family, 1500-1963 - this is a bad scan but you can still find some good information within. J. A. Winn and Beatrice Winn Smart, 1963 (41 pages).
- The Genealogy of Cleveland and Cleaveland Families, Vol II - Has a "genealogical account of Edward Winn of Woburn and of other Winn families. Compiled by Edmund Janes Cleveland and Horace Gillette Cleveland, 1899 (1,036 pages).
- The Wynnes: a Genealogical Summary of the Ancestry of the Welsh Wynnes, who Emigrated to Pennsylvania with William Penn - The author Thomas B. Deem has recorded the family Wynne of Welsh origin, the offspring of Dr. Thomas Wynne who immigrated with William Penn to Pennsylvania in the later part of the seventheenth century. (354 pages).
- Winn Roots in America 1603-1996 - A direct line of the Winn family from the earliest recorded family founding the city of Woburn, Massachsetts to a current family. By Janice Lee Brannon, 1996 (189 pages).
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