10 April 2014

Now Available -- March 2014 Edition of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly

Volume 102, Number 1 of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly is now available online in the Members Only section of the website.

Feature Articles
·        Parents of Stephen Preston Bennett of Franklin County, Virginia, by Mary Foote W. Lund
·        A Family for Harry Harding of Philadelphia, by Kay Haviland Freilich, CG, CGL
·        Reconsidering the Immigration Story of President Woodrow Wilson’s Paternal Grandparents, by Erick Montgomery
·        Explaining the Sudden Disappearance of Mitch Evins of Texas and Georgia, by William M. Litchman, Ph.D.
·        Notes and Documents – Calculating and Using Dates and Date Ranges, by Barbara Levergood, Ph.D.

and other regular features ...

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