The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Published quarterly since 1847, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register is the flagship journal of American genealogy and the oldest in the field, focusing on authoritative compiled genealogies. Typical articles also solve genealogical problems, identify immigrant origins, or present treatments of multiple generations.
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Volume 169, Whole Number 674, Spring 2015
Two Men Named Antoine Chapouil, Emigrants from Meyssac, Corrèze, France, to New England
Joseph DeSilva of the Island of Madeira, Colony of New Jersey, and State of New York, and His Wife Hannah Compton
John5 Eggleston of Watertown, Connecticut, and Broome County, New York
Pomfret Proprietor Joseph2 Griffin and His Family
Elisha, Stephen, Thomas, Isaac, and Samuel: The Five Probable Sons of Elisha Morehouse
Joseph4 and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Whitcomb of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and Some of Their Descendants
Reviews of Books
|Western Massachusetts Families in 1790 Sketch: Salah Barnard of Deerfield|
Debora Ellen Blodgett