WURTS: Genealogical record of the Wurts family: descendants of Rev. Johannes Conrad Wirz, who came to America from Zurich, Switzerland, in 1734;
By C. P. Wurts. 91p. 1889.
Wynkoop Genealogy in the United States of America. (3rd Edition - 1904)
By R. Wynkoop. 254p. 1904. (3rd Edition)
WYNKOOP Genealogy in the United States of America. Also A Table of Dutch Given Names. (2nd Edition - 1878)
By R. Wynkoop. 130p. 1878. (2nd Edition)
WYNKOOP: Tracing Their Steps. Some of the Descendants of Cornelis Evertsz Wynkoop
By Carol Wynkoop Fite. 238p., 2000.Reprinted with permission (2021).
YALE genealogy and history of Wales : the British kings and princes, life of Owen Glyndwr, biographies of Governor Elihu Yale, for whom Yale University was named, Linus Yale, Sr.
By Rodney Horace Yale. 597+25p. 1908.
YANCEY: Descendants of Jackson M. Yancey & Elizabeth B. Goode, his wife
By Lloyd R. Garrison. 134p. 1962.
YAPLE: History & Genealogy of the Yaple Family.
Grace Vandervort Crowe & Flora Yaple. 247p. 1977.
YAPLE: The Yaple Family in America: Ancestors & Descendants of 1753 Immigrant Philip Henry Yaple.
Doris Yaple Gates & Roland W. Yaple (552p., Illus, Index, 8.5x11, 1990)
YARNALL: Partial Genealogy of the Name Yarnall - Yarnell, 1683-1970
By Harry H. and Ruth B. Yarnell. 519p. illustrated. index. (1970)
YATES Book: William Yates & his descendants; History & genealogy of William Yates (1772-1868), of Greenwood, ME & his wife Martha Morgan
By E. Yates. 51p. 1906.
YATES: Memorials of a family in England and Virginia,, 1771-1851: Yates, Orfeur, Aglionby, Musgrave families
By A. E. Terrill. 383p. 1887.
YEAGER: Brief History of the Yeager, Buffington, Creighton, Jacobs, Lemon, Hoffman and Woodside Families and their collateral kindred of Pennsylvania.
Compiled by Hon. James Martin Yeager, D.D. 278p. 1912.
YEAGER: History of the Yeager Family of Pennsylvania.
By J. Yeager. 110p. 1912. (Extracted from 278p book by same title)
YERKES: Chronicle of the Yerkes family, with notes on the Leech & Rutter families.
By J. G. Leach. 274p. 1904.
YNTEMA: Family of Hessel P. Yntema, Frisian immigrant to Michigan, 1847.
By Mary E. Yntema. 72p. 1958.