I have ten booklets on the Dafoe Family that were compiled by Edward H. Dafoe of Montreal ca. 1930. All but one of the booklets are copies made from the old blueprint process.
I am interested to know if the early history of the families and the spelling variations have been researched further or revised. These booklets were distributed to all contributors and their families.
The following is a my summary of their content:
1. United Empire Loyalist settlement claims, Flemish immigrants, Military affiliation, Settlement details. Pages 20 HS
2. New York and early Dafoe history. Pages: 18 HS
3. John Dafoe and Adeline Parker Genealogy. Pages: 12 HS.
4. The Clement Genealogy. Pages: 20 HS
5. Letters of Dr. W. A. Dafoe on family history. Pages 13
6. Erastus Dafoe claim of German ancestry and additional details on that line. Pages: 5
7. Conrad Dafoe Descendants submitted by Albert Dafoe. Pages: 6
8. New York - Early history and the Du Four/De Veaux connection. Pages: 3.
9. Dafoe of Nebraska, Charts for various branches. Pages: 9.
10. Family history for Dafoe, Waelde, Mc Mullen, and Greenleaf with charts. There appears to be one or more pages missing. Pages: 18
Note: HS refers to “half-sheets.” Some booklet pages are full sheets and others were written to be bound. The Booklets are 8.5 x 5.5 inches or one full sheet folded in half. There are 124 pages some of which are full page letters.
I would be interested in hearing from researchers who have looked at the U.S. origins of this line.