30 March 2023

NGSQ March 2023 Issue is Now Online

Cover image: Ernest Lionel Rowell (1884–1951)

The March 2023 Issue of the NGSQ is Now Online

The March 2023 issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume 111, Number 1, is available online in the members-only section of the website and printed issues are being prepared for mailing. The USPS is still experiencing delays in some areas for the delivery of print copies. We apologize if your print copy is affected.


  • “Southern Strategies Revisited: Expanding ‘Reasonably Exhaustive Research’ to Find Solomon Harper’s Roots in the Carolina Backcountry” by Rachal Mills Lennon, CG, FASG
  • “Parents for Salome (Krichbaum) Amey” by Teri Grey, CG
  • “A Birth Family for Sophia Corine (Dyches) Rowell of Barnwell County, South Carolina: A Case of Forgotten Identity” by Nancy A. Peters, CG, CGL
  • “Kirstin Pehrsdotter: Indirect Evidence Helps Build a Seventeenth-Century Swedish Family” by Jill Morelli, CG, CGL

  • Being There

  • Quite a Prize
  • Cherry Crisp with the Pitts
  • Egyptian Hieroglyphics

  • Sherman, Pat Speth. American Tapestry: Portrait of a 'Middling' Family, 1746–1934. Reviewed by Deanna E. Korte
  • Silverman, Janette. Genealogy at a Glance: Finding Eastern European Jewish Ancestors. Reviewed by Carolyn Ybarra
  • Wood, Gregory A. Becoming the Frenchified State of Maryland. 2 vols. Reviewed by Judy Riffel
  • White, Gayle Jessup. Reclamation: Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson anda Descendant's Search for Her Family's Lasting Legacy. Reviewed by Miller Williams Boyd III, PhD
  • Robichaux, Albert J., Jr. German Coast Families: European Origins and Settlement in Colonial Louisiana. vol. 2. Reviewed by Christophe Landry, PhD

The National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) is published four times per year, in March, June, September, and December. The issue of the journal is the first for incoming editors Margaret R. Fortier, CG, and Mary Kircher Roddy, CG.