Scots are prolific writers, and there are numerous books and publications written about the descendants of John and Betty Taylor More of Rothiemurchus, Scotland, as well as the John More Association. In addition, author descendants have published works on various subjects.

JMA is in the process of compiling this wealth of resource materials that are relevent to JMA descendants. Publications listed here are a modest beginning.

The Historical Journal of the More Family Association
Dues paying descendants receive this semi annual (Spring and Fall) publication. The first journal was printed in 1892 by the John More Association. It includes news of births, marriages, deaths, family reunions, and other news of family descendants.

Dues are $20.00 per household annually.  



The John & Betty Stories - Tales of John More & Betty Taylor More, Pioneers in Delaware County, New York
Second edition published in 1995 by the John More Association upon the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the John More Association. , Rogers-Kellogg-Stillson Co., New York. Author: Grace Van Dyke More. Hard cover, 93 pages.
Tales of American frontier life of John More and Betty Taylor More who were one of the first European settlers of the town of Roxbury in the Catskill Mountains of Delaware County, New York. The book journeys from Scotland to pre-Revolutionary War America, experience pioneer life in a log cabin, flee in the face of an Indian raid, learn of John's military activities during wartime and witness the growing More family. Price is $15.00 plus postage for More descendants and $18.00 for all others. Use the order form.


Chronicles of the More Family
Published upon the occasion of the Sixty-Fifth Anniversary of the organization of the John More Association. Grace Van Dyke More, Editor. Copyright, 1955, by the John More Association, Roxbury, New York. Printed by Piedmont Press, Greensboro, NC, 424 pages. A history of the descendants of John and Betty Taylor More of Rothiemurchus, Scotland through the 1950's. Out of print.

History of The More Family and an Account of Their Reunion in 1890
Published under the Direction of the JMA Historical Committee with a Genealogical Record by Charles Church More. Printed in 1893 in Binghamton, NY, Samuel P. More. 409 pages. Out of print. This publication is now available online. CLICK HERE for the link.


JMA Information Brochure
Ttri-fold promotional brochure which gives basic information about the John More Association. Includes fascinating facts and a dues slip. Brochure price is 25 cents each plus postage. If you'd like to order brochures, please click HERE TO PRINT AND MAIL AN ORDER FORM.