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.

Please log in with your NEHGS member account to read the Register in digital format.

Not a member? Join now to enjoy full member benefits including access to the Register and more than 1 billion searchable names in our databases. You'll also have full access to a number of other research tools, expert staff, and resources to help you uncover your family history.

Volume 173, Whole Number 690, Spring 2019

Editorial

Who Was Ursula Woodgate? Identifying the Wife of Francis Quarles and Mother of Joanna1 (Quarles) Smith of Boston, Massachusetts, and Lyme, Connecticut
Robert Battle

Magdalen (Hall) Camp Was Not the Grandmother of William1 Curtis and Mary1 (Curtis) Ruggles of Roxbury, Massachusetts
Robert Battle

James1 Lane of North Yarmouth, Maine, and His Daughter Ann2 (Lane) (Bray) Shed of Billerica, Massachusetts
Nathaniel Lane Taylor

David Holmes of Milton, Massachusetts
Helen Schatvet Ullmann

Captain William1 Terrett of Stonington, Connecticut, and Some of His Descendants
Eugene Cole Zubrinsky

Letters to Ezekiel and Edna (Halstead) (Bailey) Northend of Rowley, Massachusetts, in 1650 and 1652
Scott Andrew Bartley

Phillips Bible Records, 1775–1971
Gregory Connell Lawrance

Rebecca’s Siblings: The Overlooked Children of Secretary Edward1 and Rachel (Perne) Rawson
Alwin E. Schmidt, Jr. (continued from 173:36)

New London Beckwiths in the Records of the East (or Second) Congregational Society of Lyme, Connecticut: The John2 Beckwith Family Revisited
R. Bruce Diebold (continued from 173:51)

Updates from English Records for Some Great Migration Immigrants Who Came by 1635
Randy A. West (concluded from 172:359)

Reviews of Books