22 July 2011

NGSQ, Volume 99, No. 2, June 2011 Now Available

NGS is happy to announce that a new issue of the NGSQ, Volume 99, No.2, June 2011 (PDF 2.5MB) is now available to NGS members.

Here is the table of contents for this issue:

Feature Articles
Documents and DNA Identify a Little-Known Lee Family in Virginia
Judy Kellar Fox CG 85

Illegitimacy, Desertion, and Divorce: Using Indirect Evidence to Find Nicholas Mauer of Dromersheim
Karen Mauer Green CG 97

Dirkje Vanalstine, Dorothy Porter, Dorcas Carroll: One and the Same Woman?
Brenda Dougall Merriman, cg 115

Which Isaac Purnell was Esau’s Father? Unraveling Relationships in Wiltshire
Marci Despain CG, AG 145

Notes and Documents
Using Freedman’s Bank Registers to Trace Enslaved Families: A South Carolina McFall Example
Morna Lahnice Hollister 125

Village Jews in Imperial Russia’s Nineteenth-Century Minsk Governorate Viewed through a Genealogical Lens
Neville Lamdan, D.Phil. 133

Communications 81

Editors’ Corner
Time for Tenets 83

NGS Administration 84

A Woman Soldier [Abstracts from an Interview with Colonel Charley Richardson] 114
The War of 1812 Looms 124

Editor’s Note: Remember that members are able to access the NGSQ Archives as part of their membership.

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