At one time someone asked for a listing of references on VanMeters.I have not used all these resources, but this is a list I copied:
"The Ten Mile Country" by Howard Lawes Leckey; Vol. I, page 8, Vol. 14, p. 43.
"Colonial Lineage of America," Vol 14, p. 176.
"Draper's Notes" by Lyman draper - Pension, Vol. V, p. 28.
"Lewis, Clark, Knox, and Scotland Co., MO.," part I by Goodspead, p. 848.
"Colonial Families in US" by MacKenzie, Vol. 7, pages 470-74.
"Revolutionary Soldiers in Kentucky" by Quisenberry, 1895; p. 81-155-160
"American Guide Series" - Kentucky, p. 298
"Marriage Bonds of Hardin Co., KY" 1792-1812, p. 9.
"Virginia Colonial Militia" by Crozier, p. 81
"Boogher's Gleanings of Virginia History" p. 81.
"Carnegie Musuem Annals - 1902", Vol. I, p. 533-564-565.
"Colonial Justice in Virginia" by Chimley, p. 83.
"History of Washington Co., PA" by Crumrine, p. 152.
"Americans of Royal Descent" by Charles H. Browning"114 pedigrees verified 1911 (I own a copy of this book).
"The Magna charta Barons and Their american Descendants" 1898.
"Some Colonial Dames of Royal Descent".
"Some Magna charta Barons and Other Royal Lineages" p. 72, etc.
"The Origin and Descent of an American Van Meter Family" by Samuel Gordon Smyth.
"Clark's Grants in History of Northwest Territory and Grants #232."
Filson Club Book A, V.6, 350-351-213(?)
"Ulster Co., NY Town of New Paltz" part 2, p. 3-4-5.
"Dutch and Quaker Colonies" by John Fiske, Vol. 1, p. 82.
"Jillson's Kentucky Land Grants."
"Cartmell's History of frederick Co., VA", p. 12.
"Martin Kreiger's Journal"(I believe this is about the capture of John VanMeter and the others by the Indians in Ulster Co., NY)
"The VanMeteren's of Holland and America" by Amelia Clay Lewis VanMeter Rogers, Kentucky Sate Historical Society Register.
"Kentucky Doomsday Book S.H.S. 21:271 (Swan)
(I would like to see this)
Gilead Baptist Church, Glendale, Hardin Co., KY, 1824-1849.
"The Horn Papers" by W.F. Horn, Vol. I, p. 129-137-43; Vol. 2, 44-104-284-461-490-550-563-589-723-755-756-281.
Horn Atlas, Vol. 3, p. 28-32; 12, 39, 11-316
"Narrative & Critical History of America" by Justin Winsor, 1831-1897, Vol. IV, p. 424.
"Duke-Shepherd-VanMetre Family" by Samuel Gordon Smyth,p. 26-36-122-128-56-64-400-202-1344-7.
"A History of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1869. Descendants of Jacob VanMeter, Sr." by Samuel Haycraft.Published by Womens' Club 1921.
"Collin's History of Kentucky", V. 1,
"Lincoln's Kentucky Neighbors, Names and Locations of 400 Hardin Co. Pioneers, 1806-1815" by Tabb, p. 7.
"Kentucky State Historical Socity Register, VanMeter Family" (of KY), p. 22-41-89.
"Records of Old Monocacy" by Grace Tracey and John Dern.(I own a copy of this book)
I am sure I have other titles, but these were on a list I copied from someone's published family genealogy.I know I have seen some of these publications in the libraries in Shepherdstown and Martinsburg, WV; Burr-Artz Library in Frederick, MD; Balch Library in Leesburg, VA; Dayton Library, Rockingham Co., VA; Shenandoah Library in Virginia; Library of Congress; D.A.R. Library in DC; the Library run by the Huguenot Historical Society in New Paltz, NY; the library in Winchester Co., VA; and many other places I cannot remember.Some of these libraries (such as Dayton, Balch, & Shenandoah) sell books.I have also done research in the historical societies in several counties in Ohio where the VanMeters lived.I will be glad to check the indexes in the books I own for a limited amount of names.