06 July 2015

National Genealogical Society - June 2015 Quarterly Now Online

Volume 103, No.2, June 2015 (PDF 2.8MB) of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly is now available online in the Members Only section of the website.

Feature Articles
+ Too Few Sources to Solve a Family Mystery? Some Greenfields in Central and Western New York by Thomas W. Jones, PhD, CG, CGL, FASG, FNGS
+ Mothers for Sophie (Kanetski) Howe of Scranton, Pennsylvania by Melissa A. Johnson, CG
+ Free and Enslaved: John and Melinda Human/Newman of Talbot County and Baltimore, Maryland by Michael G. Hait, CG
+ Family Members Missing from Derbyshire Censuses Help Identify Edwin Thorpe’s Parents and Original Name by Allen R. Peterson, CG
+ Identifying a Son for John Temple of Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama by Rachel Mills Lennon, 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 1970, 1972–74, 1976, 1978–current.

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