|Admire Lucinda "Addie" (Dyer) Davis, ca. 1888 (1883–1942)|
The March 2020 issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume 108, Number 1, is available online in the Members Only section of the website. Members should see the new edition in their mailboxes in the next few weeks.
- A Lineal Descent from Nancy Young: Five Generations Living in 1870 in Lowndes County, Georgia?” by Paul K. Graham, AG, CG, CGL
- Tracing Seventeen Enslaved African Americans of the "Second Middle Passage" from Maryland to Louisiana by Michael G. Hait, CG, CGL
- "Pains and Penalties" of Nineteenth-Century Divorce: Was Elizabeth White of Tennessee and Kentucky Married to Mordecai Pillow? by Elizabeth Bottorff Ahlemann, JD
- The Identity of Three-Time Convict Henry F. Neher of California, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, and Texas by William M. Litchman, PhD
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS
- Schnible, Schnidley, Shinble, Shumbly, Snaivley, Snavly, Snawly, Sneely, Sneivly, Snevely, Snible, Snibly, Snivel, Snively, or Swively of Holmes County, Ohio by Ronald A. Hill, PhD, CG Emeritus, FASG
- All that Glistens is Not Gold
- An Ungrateful Daughter
- Only a Supervisor
- Baltimore to New Orleans on a Slave-Traders’ Ship
- Married Women Need Not Apply
The National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) is published four times per year, in March, June, September, and December. The journal is edited by Nancy A. Peters, CG®, CGLSM, and Allen R. Peterson, AG, CG.