The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
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Volume 175, Whole Number 697, Winter 2021
Thomasine1 (Clench) Frost of the Great Migration: Her Probable Correct Origins in Colchester, Essex
Sarah (Gerrish) King (1714–1798) of Salem, Massachusetts, and Her Descent From Nine Puritan Ministers
New Research on the Origin and Parentage of Aquila and Thomas Chase
The Probable English Origin of Robert1 Gamlin of Roxbury and Concord, Massachusetts
Early Cram, Dearborn, Haborne, and Wheelwright Records from Lincolnshire Vetted and Corrected
Robert1 Harris of Roxbury and Muddy River, Massachusetts
Theophilus5 Lockwood of Connecticut and New York State, Son of Theophilus4 and Hannah (Close) Lockwood of Cos Cob, Greenwich, Connecticut
Updates to the Ancestry of Brothers Thomas1 and William1 Hatch of Scituate, Massachusetts
The Colman and Cutler Ancestry of John1 Thorndike of Essex County, Massachusetts, with the Colman Ancestry of John1 Coggeshall, Muriel1 (Gurdon) Saltonstall, and Jemima1 (Waldegrave) Pelham