Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Saving a Historic Cemetery." Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly XXXV:2 (June 2020):16-19. 

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Every Stone Has A Story: Why Would A Missouri Farmer-Merchant Have An Anchor On His Tombstone?"  Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal XXXIX:2 (2019):69-73. 

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "The German Parents and Birthplace of Adam Cosner of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and Wayne County, Ohio." National Genealogical Society Quarterly 107:1 (March 2019): 31-42.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Divorce Records in Genealogical Research." NGS Magazine 44:3 (July - September 2018):21-26. 

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "The Newest NGS Research Trip: Madison, Wisconsin." NGS Magazine 44:1 (January-March 2018): 32-36. 

Eagleson, Pamela S. "Charlotte ([-?-]) Fasse Graue of the Principality of Lippe, and the States of Iowa and Missouri." National Genealogical Society Quarterly 105:4 (December 2017):245-250.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Grandma's Treasure Chest: Grandpa's Double Barrel Shotgun." Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal XXXVII:4 (2017):7-11.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Grandma's Treasure Chest: Grandma Ida's Pocket Watch." Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal  XXXVII:3   (2017):3-6.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Grandma's Treasure Chest: Grandpa's Fiddle."  Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal XXXVII:2 (2017):3-5.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Grandma’s Treasure Chest:  Great Grandma Eliza’s Coin Silver Spoons." Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal  XXXVII:1(2017):3-6.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "The Story An Autograph Book can Tell." Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal  XXXVI:3(2016):6-14.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Investigating and Evaluating Family Artifacts." On Board, Newsletter of The Board for Certification of Genealogists 22:3 (September 2016): 21-22.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. "Finding Family Information in School Records." NGS Magazine 42:3 (July-September 2016): 46-50.

Eagleson, Pamela S. “Parents for Robert Walker of Rockingham County, North Carolina, and Orange County, Indiana.”  National Genealogical Society Quarterly 101:3 (September 2013): 189-99.

Eagleson, Pamela S.  “Leaving No Stone Unturned: A Father for Thomas Stone (d. 1791) of Prince  William  County, Virginia.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 95:2 (June 2010): 121-136.

Eagleson, Pamela S. “Sketch on Absalom Stacpole. ” Maine Families in 1790: 10 (2009): 576-578.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. “Finding Family Information in School District Records: Records of Montgomery County School District No., 5. Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal  XXIX:3(2009):142-147.

Eagleson, Pam Stone. Reika’s Story: Bringing our 19th Century Immigrants to Life. Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal XXVIII:4 (2008): 226-231

Eagleson, Pam Stone.  “The Story of Lena & Fred Henze: Bringing Our 19th Century Immigrants to Life.”  Missouri State Genealogical Association Journal  XXVII:3 (2008): 131-136

Eagleson, Pamela S.  “The Art, Trade and Mystery of a Mariner: Captain William Greenway of Philadelphia, Mariner and Patriot.”  National Genealogical Society Quarterly 92:4 (December 2004): 285- 300.

Eagleson, Pam Stone.  “A Chronicle of John Marquis Smither. ”  The Herald 27:3 & 4 (2004): 9-12.



In Search of an Ancestry: The Stone-Shearmire Family History written and published by Pamela Stone

Eagleson, 1984.  Library of Congress Catalog Card # 84-70711.  $37.00 (includes postage)


“Well researched and pleasantly written. The compiler has traced her parents' ancestry back from Missouri to their emigrant ancestors and their original homes, with several interspersed areas covered…” 

The St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly

“...Charts showing the ancestry of each family, many photographs, and maps make this an attractive book. There is a full index. “ 

The Virginia Genealogist

“...A full-name index, several maps covering the areas of Bucks County, Penn; Utica, Missouri area; Virginia; Licking County, Ohio; Massanutten Region of Virginia; Ulster County, New York; Cincinnati, Ohio; Bureau County, Illinois; etc., and a nice selection of photos complete this family history.”

The Genealogical Helper

Nein Konig Da Starting Over: The Henzes of Einbeck, Germany and Hermann, Missouri  written and published  by Pamela Eagleson, CGsm, 2006.  

45 page booklet with documents and pictures.

$15 (includes postage).