06 October 2011

September Issue of NGSQ Now Available to NGS Members

The September 2011 edition of the NGS Quarterly is now available under the Members Only Section at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/members_only/publications_archive/ngsq_online/ngsq_disclaimer. Please be sure to log in under the User Login area to the right of the screen. 

Please note that access to the NGS Quarterly online is available only as long as your membership is active. If you wish to discontinue this option and continue to receive print copies of the journal, please with our website and update your profile to indicate the same.

Feature Articles
o       Finding a Man’s Past Through His Children: Four Wives of John C. Fawkner of Kentucky and Indiana, J. H. Fonkert, CG
o       One Piece of a Family Puzzle: Hugh Gwin (“1702–68”) of Gloucester County, Virginia, Anita A. Lustenberger, CG
o       Uncovering the Linkenheim, Baden, Origin of Ludwig Fischer of Cook County, Illinois, Lynne Fisher
o       Greetings from Winchester Gaol: The Plight of Robert Arnold, Allen R. Peterson, CG

Notes & Documents
o       Washington and Lewis Giboney, Company G, 102nd Regiment, United States Colored Troops: Runaway Slaves or Free Men of Color?, Ruth Randall, CG



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