14 January 2016

National Genealogical Society - December 2015 Quarterly Now Online

Volume 103, No.4, December 2015 (PDF 2.8MB) of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly is now available online in the Members Only section of the website.

Feature Articles
+ Reassembling a Clark Family of Alabama, Georgia, and North Carolina, by Laurel T. Baty, CG
+ Middle Names from 1792 and 1793 Help Reconstruct Ancestry of John Rodda Jr., Butcher of Helston, Cornwall, by Ronald A. Hill, Ph.D., CG, FASG
+ 2014 Winner: Family History Writing Contest – From Slavery to Society: The Jerry Moore Family of Virginia and Pennsylvania, by William A. Cox

Review Essay
+ How to Solve Genealogy Problems, and How to Known When They Have Been Solved: A Guide to Elements of Genealogical Analysis and Mastering Genealogical Proof, by Harold Henderson, CG

and other regular features ...

Editor’s Note: Please note that online access to the NGS Quarterly (NGSQ) and NGS Magazine are available only as long as your membership is active. You can access the NGSQ archive – the index is available for FREE and as a member you can access archives encompassing 1960-1974, 1976–current.

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