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Lemon, Kim, “DNA test helps News 8’s Kim Lemon trace family roots,” [interview with Darvin L. Martin], May 16, 2012, here.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “Deep Roots: Using DNA to Unlock Your Family’s Ancient Past—April 21, 2012,” video via “lancasterroots,” here.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “The Sauder Family Mystery—Solved?,” Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, January 2012, pp.14-25.

Martin, Darvin L., “DNA Connects Swiss, Puerto Rican Mennonites,” The Mennonite, July 1, 2011, download here.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “Unveiling the Deep Ancestry of Swiss Anabaptist Forebears,” Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, July 2010, pp.2-17.

 

Martin, Darvin L., An Experiment in Grace—The Centennial History of Frazer Mennonite Church, Masthof Press, 2010, 272pp.

Martin, Darvin L., Regina Christman Martin, Marie Malark, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 8— Drumore Township, Historic Impressions, 2009, CD.

 

Martin, Darvin L., Regina Christman Martin, Marie Malark, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 7— Martic Township, Historic Impressions, 2009, CD.

 

Martin, Darvin L., A Clash of Cultures—Native Americans and Colonialism in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Masthof Press, 2008, 30pp.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “The European Origins of the Sauder Family,” A Sauder Family History—Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel G. Sauder and Elizabeth Eaby, Mary Sauder Martin Zehr, et al., Masthof Press, 2008.

 

Martin, Darvin L., Martin-Wenger Heritage Tour, June 28, 2008, Historic Impressions, 2008, 30pp.

Martin, Darvin L., Fisher-Kurtz Heritage Tour, September 29, 2007, Historic Impressions, 2007, 30pp.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “Reader’s Ancestry,” Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, January 2007, pp.28-36.

 

Martin, Darvin L., Regina Christman Martin, Marie Malark, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 6— Providence Township, Historic Impressions, 2007, CD.

 

Martin, Darvin L., and Regina Christman Martin, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 5— Strasburg Township and Borough, Historic Impressions, 2006, 2-CD set.

 

Martin, Darvin L., and Regina Christman Martin, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 4— Millersville Borough, Historic Impressions, 2005, 4-CD set.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “Research Tips,” [on the Heinrich Martin family], Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, January 2004, p. 33.

 

Martin, Darvin L., and Regina Christman Martin, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 3— West Lampeter Township, Historic Impressions, 2004, 2-CD set.

 

Martin, Darvin L., and Regina Christman Martin, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 2— Conestoga Township, Historic Impressions, 2003, CD.

 

Martin, Darvin L., and Regina Christman Martin, “Two Ober/Over Families on the Pennsylvania Frontier,” Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, October 2002, pp.21-36.

 

Martin, Darvin L., and Regina Christman Martin, Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County’s Families Based on Cemetery Research, Volume 1— Pequea Township, Historic Impressions, 2002, CD.

 

Martin, Darvin L., Martin—A Mennonite Family Tree, The First Five Generations, Historic Impressions, 2000, 262pp.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “A New Look at the Origins of Mennonite Martin Families: Assessing the Oral Traditions,” Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, July 1999, pp.2-15.

Martin, Darvin L., A People on the Way, History of the New Holland Mennonite Church, Seventy-Five Years 1922-1997, Edgewood Printing Company, 1997, 161pp.

 

Martin, Darvin L., An Alphabetical Listing of Burials and Gravestone Transcriptions of Groffdale Mennonite Church Cemetery, West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Closson Press, 1996, 117pp.

 

Martin, Darvin L., “Descendants of John George Nicholas Buch (1711-1785) and Maria Elizabeth Linn (1713-1785), Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, July 1994, pp.23-34.