The Apr/May/June 2015 issue of the NGS Magazine (PDF 6.2 MB) is now online in the Members Only section of the website.
Patricia O’Brien Shawker, CG, FMGS, by Malissa Ruffner, JD, CG
Highlights at the NGS 2016 Family History Conference in
, by C. Ann Staley, CG, CGL Florida
Resources for locating
ancestors, by Sharon Hodges District of Columbia
Testing family lore: She married a distant cousin in
, by J. H. Fonkert, CG Virginia
Contrasting German migrations: Eighteenth- and nineteenth century waves, by James M. Beidler
Hope in war: Research challenges a family legend, by Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG
What happened to Eliza? A case study in female name changes, by Nicole Gilkison LaRue
National Archives, by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
Reference desk, by Kathy Petlewski, MSLS
Genetic genealogy journey, by Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL
Technology, by Jordan Jones
President’s message, by Jordan Jones
Editor’s corner, by Darcie Hind Posz, CG
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