The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
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Volume 175, Whole Number 698, Spring 2021
The Excommunications of Mayflower Passenger William White and His Half-Siblings Henry and Jacomine May, at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Three French Daughters and Their Husbands: Three Unrecorded Marriages from Early Ipswich, Massachusetts: Amy (French) Gage, Susan (French) Kingsbury, and Anne (French) Hardy
Richard and Hannah (Hewes?) Woods of Roxbury, Massachusetts, and Some of Their Descendants
Update to the Ancestry of Gov. John Endecott (ca. 1588–1664/5)
Four Contemporary Men Named Joseph Payson in Massachusetts in 1773
Sorting Out Several Daniel Lanphear Men
The Ancestry of Sarah Meakins, Wife of Thomas3 Miller of Springfield, Massachusetts
Notes on the Stiles Family of Millbrook, Bedfordshire, and Windsor, Connecticut
The Second Wife of Moses Gile of Hampstead, New Hampshire: Which Mary Clark?
Identifying Grace3 Fairbanks as the Wife of Ephraim Bullen
The New England Ancestry of Reuben Wolcott of Delaware and Virginia
William Hills of the Great Migration: Probable Origins in Upminster, Essex
Robert1 Harris of Roxbury and Muddy River, 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