09 October 2013

Now Available -- September 2013 Edition of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly

Volume 101, Number 3 of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly is now available online in the Members Only section of the website.

Feature Articles
  • Overcoming Common-Name Barriers to identify Parents: James Johnson of Amelia, Essex, Lunenburg, and Pittsylvania Counties, Virginia, by Nickola Beatty Lagoudakis
  • Dead Men Do Not Sell Timber: The Sinking of the Snow Owen and Captain Plato Denney’s Two Deaths, by Allen R. Peterson, CG
  • Parents for Robert Walker of Rockingham County, North Carolina, and Orange County, Indiana, by Pamela Stone Eagleson, CG
  • Blind Faith versus Critical Analysis: Did Acadians Jean-Baptiste Martin and Marie Brun Have a Daughter Geneviève? by George L. Findlen, Ph.D., CG
  • A Family for William Gray of New Madrid County, Territory of Missouri, by Melinda Daffin Henningfield
and other regular features ...

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