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 173, Whole Number 691, Summer 2019
The Origin and Parentage of Mayflower Passenger Isaac Allerton in East Bergholt, Suffolk
The Staffordshire Origins of Daniel1 Clark of Windsor, Connecticut, and His Cousin Daniel1 Clark of Westchester, New York: A Proposed Pedigree
How Edward1 Spalding, a Puritan Farmer from the Norfolk–Suffolk Border, Came to Prosper in New England
The English Origin of John1 Mayo of Roxbury, Massachusetts
Rebecca’s Siblings: The Overlooked Children of Secretary Edward1 and Rachel (Perne) Rawson
Captain William1 Terrett of Stonington, Connecticut, and Some of His Descendants
New London Beckwiths in the Records of the East (or Second) Congregational Society of Lyme, Connecticut: The John2 Beckwith Family Revisited
New England Articles in Genealogical Journals in 2017