Monday, July 12, 2010

NGS Quarterly - June 2010 Issue

The June 2010 issue (Volume 98, Number 2) of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGSQ) came recently, and I read it cover-to-cover.

The Table of Contents includes:


* page 85 - A Blue Ridge Family for Alsaph Briggs Barker, by Paul K. Graham, CG

* page 101 - The Man Who Wasn't There: Harold Bion Wiltse (1896-1972) and the World War I "Lost Battalion," by Harold E. Hinds, Jr., PhD

* page 111 - Johann Henrich Klocke of Lippe-Detmold: An Identity Hidden by a German Farm Name, by Carolyn L. Whitton, CG

* page 121 - Leaving No Stone Unturned: A Father for Thomas Stone (d. 1791) of Prince William County, Virginia, by Pamela Stone Eagleson, CG

* page 139 - Developing Historical Context: Pierre Montarras, Soldier of France, by David Kendall Martin, FASG.

page 83 - EDITOR's CORNER: Working together

page 147 - REVIEWS

As always, the feature articles demonstrate scholarly and persistent research work. Each highlights one or several methodologies used to solve seemingly impossible elusive ancestor problems. These are excellent examples for researchers who may have similar research problems for their own ancestral families.

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