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Vol. 1, No. 23
June 27, 2000
- Latest Library Acquisitions- Summer Conference for Genealogists, Land Platting Workshop- Sale in the New England Ancestors Online Book Shop- Holiday Closing
Recent Library Acquisitions
The following titles have recently been added to the collections of the NEHGS Research and Circulating libraries. If a title is available for loan from the Circulating Library, the call number will include the word "LOAN". All other titles may be accessed by visiting the Research Library (Newbury Street, Boston). To learn more about borrowing items from the Circulating Library, see our website www.NewEnglandAncestors.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All these kinfolk : being the ancestors, descendants, and distant cousins of Beverly Rae Russell Brown and Norvil Leary Brown.
Author: Brown, Norvil Leary, 1933-
Publisher: Bountiful, Utah : Family History Publishers, 1996
Call number: CS71/B88/1996 also LOAN
American migrations, 1765-1799 : the lives, times, and families of colonial Americans who remained loyal to the British crown before, during, and after the Revolutionary War, as related in their own words and through their correspondence.
Author: Coldham, Peter Wilson.
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Genealogical Pub. Co.,
Call number: E277/C65/2000 also LOAN
The ancestry of Lottie Wilson Cate (1859-1920) who married Ulderic Homer Methot (1855-1923) at Boston, Massachusetts, October 2, 1886.
Author: Methot, June.
Publisher: [S.l. : J. Methot, 1999?
Call number: CS71/C357/1999
Arrivals 99 : our first families in New Brunswick.
Corp. Author: New Brunswick Genealogical Society. Saint John Branch.
Publisher: Saint John, N.B. : Saint John Branch, New Brunswick Genealogical Society, 1999
Call number: CS88/N43/A77/1999
Baptism record of the Clarkstown Reformed Church : West Nyack, Rockland County, NY, 1749-1899.
Author: Kelly, Arthur C. M.
Publisher: Rhinebeck, N.Y. : Kinship, 1998
Call number: F127/R6/K455/1998 also LOAN
The baptisms of Balthasar Meyer, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, 2 August 1772 - 4 June 1792.
Author: Ruff, Paul Miller, 1918-
Corp. Author: Baltzer Meyer Historical Society.
Publisher: Greensburg, PA : P.M. Ruff,
Call number: F157/W5/R841/1997
Baptisms of St. James Catholic Church, Manville, Rhode Island, 1860-1991.
Author: Burkhart, Janice.
Corp. Author: A.F.G.S. Library Committee.
Publisher: Pawtucket, R.I. : American-French Genealogical Society,
Call number: F89/M3/B37/1994
Baptisms, St. Joseph, Salem, New Hampshire : January 1911 to December 1997.
Corp. Author: American-Canadian Genealogical Society.
Publisher: Manchester, NH : American-Canadian Genealogical Society,
Call number: F44/S14/B37/1998
Before the melting pot : society and culture in colonial New York City, 1664-1730.
Author: Goodfriend, Joyce D.
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1994,
Call number: F128.4/G66/1992
Bidwell family history, 1587-1982.
Author: Bidwell, Joan J. (Joan Jean), 1934-
Corp. Author: Bidwell Family Association.
Publisher: Baltimore : Gateway Press ; Tama, Iowa : Orders to J.J. Bidwell, 1983-
Call number: CS71/B59/1983
Black history : a guide to civilian records in the National Archives.
Author: Ham, Debra Newman, 1948-
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Archives Trust Fund Board, General Services Administration, 1984
Call number: REF E185.96/N49/1984 also LOAN
Blessed Sacrament Church, Manchester, New Hampshire.
Publisher: Manchester, N.H. : American-Canadian Genealogical Society, 1996
Call number: F44/M2/B54/1996
Bryan - Ackers, 1471-1990.
Author: Bryan, Daniel E.
Publisher: [S.l. : D.E. Bryan, 1990
Call number: CS71/B915/1990
Burials, St. Joseph, Salem, New Hampshire : May 1914 to December 1997.
Publisher: Manchester, N.H. : American-Canadian Genealogical Society,
Call number: F44/S14/B87/1998
Capt. John Tardy and his family.
Author: Lamb, Kathleen Parkman.
Publisher: [Rockwood, Tenn. : K.P. Lamb, 1999
Call number: CS90/T1691/1999
Cemetery inscriptions published in thirty years of the Arkansas family historian.
Author: Roberts, Lewis E., 1930-
Corp. Author: Arkansas Genealogical Society.
Publisher: [Arkansas] : Arkansas Genealogical Society, 1992
Call number: F410/R63/1992
Cemetery records, town of Whitehall, Washington County, New York.
Author: Moore, Charles B. (Charles Byron), 1935-
Corp. Author: Historical Data Services.
Publisher: Glen Falls, N.Y. : Historical Data Services, 1998
Call number: F129/W73/C46/1998
Cheltenham probate records, 1660-1740.
Author: Sale, A. J. H.
Corp. Author: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society.
Publisher: [Bristol] : Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1999
Call number: DA670/G4/B82/v.12
The Code of 1650 : being a compilation of the earliest laws and orders of the General Court of Connecticut : also, the constitution, or civil compact, entered into and adopted by the towns of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield in 1638-9 : to which is added some extracts from the laws and judicial proceeding of New-Haven Colony, commonly called blue laws.
Author: Andrus, Silas, 1789?-1861.
Corp. Author: Connecticut.
Publisher: Storrs, CT : Bibliopola Press, 1999
Call number: KFC3630/A3/1650a also LOAN
Author: Roach, Hannah Benner.
Corp. Author: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania.
Publisher: Philadelphia : The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania,
Call number: F158.25/R63/1999 also LOAN
The colored aristocracy of St. Louis.
Author: Clamorgan, Cyprian, b. 1830.
Publisher: Columbia : University of Missouri Press,
Call number: E185.93/M7/C53/1999 also LOAN
Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the class of 1888, English High School, Boston, Massachusetts : the first high school in America.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : George A. Moore, 1941
Call number: LD7501/B7/C66/1941
Conley, McIntosh, Weaver, Martin, Perry, Sayre, Dorner, Squire, Frazier, Duckworth, Charles, Tichenor, Foster, Fast, and allied families.
Author: Schira, James R.
Publisher: Portland, Or. : J.R. Schira, 1999
Call number: CS71/C75276/1999
Croken connections : a record of Irish immigrant John Croken and his family.
Author: Croken, David Rudolph.
Publisher: [Kensington, P.E.I.] : D.R. Croken, 1999
Call number: CS90/C76/1999
Dalkey : society and economy in a small medieval Irish town.
Author: Smith, Charles V.
Publisher: Blackrock, Co. Dublin : Irish Academic Press,
Call number: DA995/D3/S65/1996
Deaths, Allenstown, New Hampshire, 1888-1995.
Author: Emond, Edward N.
Publisher: Manchester, N.H. : American-Canadian Genealogical Society, 1998
Call number: F44/A37/D43/1998
The Delbridge family in America : the descendants of John Delbridge (1818-1880) of Cornwall and Pennsylvania.
Author: Delbridge, Diane LeBlanc.
Publisher: [Mustang, Okla. : D.L. Delbridge], 1999
Call number: CS71/D3433/1999
The descendants of Antonio Joaquim d'Oliveira Moniz of Pico, Azores and New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1840-1998.
Author: Haskell, Carol Moniz.
Publisher: [s.l.] : C.M. Haskell, 1998
Call number: CS71/M7378/1998 also LOAN
The descendants of Deacon Daniel Markham : workbook, May 1999.
Author: Hartwig, Nancy Markham.
Publisher: Binghamton, N.Y. : N.M. and C.P. Hartwig, 1999
Call number: CS71/M3445/1999
Descendants of Ebenezer Thompson & Elizabeth Salley of Avon, Maine.
Author: Wright, Donald.
Publisher: Foxboro, Mass. : Donald & Evelyn Wright, 1999.
Call number: CS71/T47/1999
The descendants of Edward Rawson (1615-1693), first secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1650-1686) : also the families of McGonegal, Simonds, Spencer, Wall, Wilson.
Author: Wall, Lillian M.
Publisher: [Daytona Beach, Fla. : Robert B. Wall, 198-?
Call number: CS71/R262/198-
The descendants of John Francis Merrill and Annie Humphrey Davy.
Author: Merrill, Peter Cawker, 1930-
Publisher: [S.l.] : P.C. Merrill,
Call number: CS71/M57/1999
The diary of Alson J. Dugan of Brattleboro, Vermont from 1913 to 1918.
Author: Dugan, Alson J.
Publisher: [Clermont, Fla. : D.J. Dill], 1999
Call number: CS71/D87/1999 also LOAN
Early Germanic settlements of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
Publisher: Greensburg, PA : Baltzer Meyer Historical Society,
Call number: F157/W5/R84/199-
Early Quaker records of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Author: Watring, Anna Miller
Publisher: Westminster, Md. : Family Line Publications, 1997-
Call number: F158.9/F89/W38/1997
Emmanuel Reformed Church, Export, Franklin Township, Westmoreland County : parish records, 1864-1902.
Publisher: Greensburg, PA : Baltzer Meyer Historical Society, 1997
Call number: F159/E97/R84/1997
Every name index to the 1870 Federal population census, Franklin County, Ohio.
Corp. Author: Ohio Genealogical Society. Franklin County Chapter.
Publisher: Columbus, Ohio : Franklin County Genealogical Society, 1999
Call number: F497/F8/E94/1999
Feightner Cemetery, a.k.a. Scheibeler, Truxal, and now Central, Hempfield Township, 1792-1996.
Call number: F157/W5/R842/1996
Four families : ancestors and descendants of the Rudlovitch - Lovitch - Levitch family from Pinsk, White Russia ; the Himmelstein - Gimelshteyn family from Minsk Province, White Russia ; the Eisenberg family from Pinsk, White Russia and the Okin family from Der Mir, near Minsk, White Russia.
Author: Hoenig, Leopold, 1937-
Publisher: [New York, NY] : L. Hoening,
Call number: CS71/R8879/1999
Fulton County, Ohio : a collection of historical sketches and family histories.
Corp. Author: Fulton County Historical Society (Fulton County, Ohio)
Publisher: [Salem, Mass. : Higginson Book Co., 199-
Call number: F497/F9/F85/199-
The genealogy of the families in Pelham, Massachusetts, that were members of the Society of Friends (Quakers) 1806-1855 : Aldrich, Arnold, Ballou, Braley, Buffum, Burnett, Cook, Cundall, Daniels, Hall, Hartswell, Hubbard, Humphry, Jillson, Kelley, Killey, Lovett, May, Potter, Seven, Wetheral, Willard.
Author: Bigelow, Paul J.
Publisher: Pelham, Mass. : P.J. Bigelow, 1999
Call number: BX7649/P44/B54/1999 also LOAN
George's letters home.
Author: Wetherbee, George Faulkner.
Publisher: [Louth, Eng. : D.H. Crook, 1999
Call number: CS439/W475/1999
Gravestone survey, map and data bases of the Old Burying Ground, Bedford, Massachusetts, 1993-1995.
Author: Brown, John.
Corp. Author: Bedford Historical Society (Mass.)
Publisher: [Bedford, Mass. : Bedford Historical Society, 1995
Call number: F74/B2/B43/1995
Guide to Quebec Catholic parishes and published parish marriage records.
Author: White, Jeanne Sauve.
Publisher: Baltimore, MD : Printed for Clearfield Company by Genealogical Pub. Co., 1993
Call number: M.T. F1051.5/W45/1993
New England Summer Conference for Genealogists
August 18-19, 2000, Farmington, CT
Join us this summer for an exciting two days of lecture topics focusing on New England genealogical research and general methodology, as well as a special hands-on workshop on land platting.
Guest speakers include:
- Librarian and archivist Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer, MLS
- Dr. Westy Egmont, Executive Director of the International Institute of Boston
- David Watson Kruger, Society Trustee and author
- Ann S. Lainhart, former Society Reference Librarian and State Historian of the MA Society of Mayflower Descendants
Society Speakers include Jerome E. Anderson, David C. Dearborn, FASG, Jane Fletcher Fiske, FASG, David A. Lambert, Michael J. Leclerc and Gary Boyd Roberts.
Attend one or both days! In addition to lectures, the conference offers participants an extensive Book and CD-ROM Sale, personal research consultations with Senior Research Scholar Gary Boyd Roberts and group meals with guest speakers.
Land Platting Workshop
Sign up for a special six-hour land platting course which will give you instruction and hands-on practice in platting tracts of land from written land descriptions found in most parts of the United States. Once you have learned this technique, you will then be able to locate these plats on modern USGS topographical maps. Workshop participants will receive a kit containing the necessary supplies. A separate fee will cover supplies and instruction. Workshop Instructors will be Patricia Law Hatcher, CG, author of Producing a Quality Family History, and Anita A. Lustenberger, CG. Patricia is a genealogical teacher and lecturer, and the author of Abstracts of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Producing a Quality Family History and numerous articles. She has a breadth of expertise and interests, including problem lineages and colonial New England and Virginia. Anita is educated in the field of Human Genetics, and in her genealogical career has served as a Board member or Trustee of the Association of Professional Genealogists. She is currently a Society Trustee.
The conference will be held at the Marriott in Farmington, CT, conveniently located off of Interstate 84, just ten minutes southwest of downtown Hartford and twenty-five minutes from Bradley International Airport. A limited number of guest rooms have been set aside at the Marriott for conference attendees at the special rate of $85 / night, single or double room (plus tax). To reserve please call the hotel at (860) 678-1000 before July 27, 2000, and be sure to mention the conference.
Friday August 18
(F-1) Look Again: What Did you Miss? (P. Hatcher, CG)
(F-2) Greffres des Notaires: The Genealogical Goldmine in Quebec's Notarial Records (M. Leclerc)
(F-3) From the 32 Counties of Ireland, 1620-1845: Irish Immigration Before the Famine (J. Anderson)
(F-4) Bridging the Atlantic: Tracing Your New England Ancestors in England (D. Dearborn, FASG)
(F-5) Researching New England Revolutionary War Soldiers (D. Lambert)
(1-L) Land Platting Workshop Session One (pre-registration required)
Luncheon Speaker: Oops! Bad Moments in Long-Distance Genealogy (C. Oppenheimer)
(F-6) Genealogical Journals: Endangered Species? (J. Fiske, FASG)
(2-L) Land Platting Workshop Session Two (pre-reg)
(F-7) New Discoveries in Royal Descent Literature: A Preview of RD 500, Second Edition (G. Roberts)
(3-L) Land Platting Workshop Session Three (pre-reg)
Dinner Speaker: Dreams Do Come True: Bringing Our Immigrant Roots from a Dream to Reality (Dr. W. Egmont)
Saturday August 19
(S-1) Beyond the Epitaph: Using Cemetery Records in New England (D. Lambert)
(S-2) Deeds, Maps and Other Records: Finding Your Ancestral Home (M. Leclerc)
(S-3) Analyzing Handwriting and Transcribing Documents (J. Anderson)
(S-4) Writing the Watson Genealogy (D. Kruger)
(S-5) Torrey's New England Marriages to 1700 (D. Dearborn, FASG)
(4-L) Land Platting Workshop Session Four (pre-reg)
Luncheon Speaker: Tracing Women in New England Court Records (J. Fiske, FASG)
(S-6) Tracing Your Mayflower Ancestry: Latest Findings (A. Lainhart)
(5-L) Land Platting Workshop Session Five (pre-reg)
(S-7) There Must Be Something in Print: Exhausting Sources in Libraries (G. Roberts)
(6-L) Land Platting Workshop Session Six (pre-reg)
Questions? Email email@example.com or call toll-free 1-888-AT-NEHGS.
Sale in the New England Ancestors Online Book Shop
The following items are marked down 50% from their original prices!
SALE! Yankee Correspondence: Civil War Letters Between New England Soldiers and the Home FrontEdited by Nina Silber and Mary Beth Sievens
The Civil War “unleashed a veritable onslaught on the U.S. postal system,” writes Nina Silber in her introduction. These letters between New England soldiers and their families-many published for the first time-speak of the war’s hardships, especially of frustrations with the army, suffering at home, and government policies. Grouped in six major themes (the military experience; what the war meant; views of the South; politics on the home front; personal sacrifices of war; and correspondence of one family), these letters are published verbatim and echo with the voices of ordinary people caught up in history.
University Press of Virginia. 1996. 166pp. Hardcover.WAS $29.95* NOW $14.97* Item #B2-62928
SALE! Yankee Destinies: The Lives of Ordinary Nineteenth-Century BostoniansBy Peter R. Knights
This book reconstructs important milestones in the lives of 2,808 white native-born men who resided in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1860 or 1870. Selected systematically from the census for those years, these men represent two cross sections of “typical” Bostonians. Using a broad array of sources-manuscript census returns; tax assessments; city directories; birth, marriage, and death records from more than twenty states; cemetery records; newspapers; and family genealogies-Knights traces these men back to their origins in hundreds of New England towns. He writes on changes in their occupations and wealth before and after they arrived in Boston, the fates of their marriages, their children, and, in all but seventy cases, their deaths and causes of death.
The University of North Carolina Press. xxv + 281 pp. Hardcover.WAS $34.95* NOW $17.47* Item #B2-77075
SALE! Legislators of the Massachusetts General Court, 1691-1780: A Biographical DictionaryBy John A. Schutz
This single volume contains 3,131 meticulously researched biographical sketches of the men who served as representatives in the General Court (the Massachusetts legislature), from the Charter of 1691 to the end of the American Revolution. As a priceless reference for historians and genealogists, each sketch includes such information as place of birth, education, profession, wealth, spouse, children, committees served on in the General Court, and offices held in towns, counties, and the General Court. Professor Schutz also provides readers with enlightening essays on the history and workings of the Massachusetts General Court, and its influence in shaping the political and cultural milieux of colonial and Revolutionary America.
Northeastern University Press. 1997. 436pp. Hardcover.
WAS $75.00* NOW $37.50* Item #B2-66620
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The Society will be closed Tuesday, July 4th for Independence Day. The website will be open. The Society will be open as usual this Saturday, July 1st, and thereafter will not re-open until Wednesday, July 5th.
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