+ Indirectly Identifying Relatives of Michael Kerns of Blair County and Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, by Pam Pracser Anderson
+ Parents for Cynthia (Parker) Wilcoxon of Ohio and West Virginia, by Shannon Green
+ The Misattributed Military History of Amos Parsons – Mariner, Farmer, and Soldier – of Gloucester, Ipswich, Rowley, Newbury, Sutton, Oxford, and Ward, Massachusetts, by Joan A. Hunter, CG
+ Parents for Greene Garrison of Ringgold, Iowa, by Nicole Gilkison LaRue, CG
+ Samuel Williamson’s Disconnected Origin and Emigration to England, by Allen R. Peterson, CG
+ Robert Stanhope: Dehumanized – Ignored – Reinvented, by Ruth Randall, CG
+ Parents for Richard M. Vaughan (1844-1921) of Howell County, Missouri, by Nancy Niles Wehner, CG
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