Friday, November 5, 2010

NGS Quarterly - September 2010 Table of Contents

The September 2010 issue (Volume 98, Number 3) of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly came last week and it has four interesting articles about challenging research problems.  The Table of Contents includes:

*  page 165 - Dora Luhr's Hannover Origin: A Case of Conflicting Direct Evidence, by F. Warren Bittner.

*  page 177 - Who Were the Parents of Charlotte Ann Williams of Flint, Michigan? A Death Certificate with a Half-Truth, by Allen R. Peterson, CG.

*  page 189 - Proving the Parentage of John Bettis: Immigrant Ancestor of Bettis Families in Vermont, by David S. Ouimette, CG.

*  page 211 - Explaining Errors: Three Deaths or Only One on 2 July 1850 at Temple, New Hampshire, by Paul Friday.

The Reviews section includes:

*  Nancy C. Frantel, Richmond, Virginia, Uncovered: The Record of Slaves and Free Blacks Listed in the City Sergeant Jail Register, 1841-1846. Westminster, MD., Heritage Books, Inc., 2010.

*  Ruth Ann (Abels) Hager, Dred & Harriet Scott: Their Family Story. St. Louis, MO, St. Louis County Library, 2010.

*  Leslie Albrecht Huber, The Journey Takers. Amherst, MA, Foundation Books, 2010.

*  Kennis Kim, Conserving, Preserving and Restoring Your Heritage. Toronto, Ont., Dundern Press, 2010.

*  Linda H. Matthews, Middling Folk: Three Seas, Three Centuries, One Scots-Irish Family. Chicago, IL, Chicago Review Press, 2010.

*  Brenda Dougall Merriman, Genealogical Standards of Evidence: A Guide for Family Historians. Toronto, Ont., Ontario Genealogical Society, 2010.

*  Shirley J. Riemer, Roger P. Minert, Jennifer A. Anderson, The German Research Companion, 3rd. Ed. Sacramento, CA, Lorelei Press, 2010.

*  Frazine K. Taylor, Researching African American Genealogy in Alabama: A Resource Guide. Monrgomery, AL, New South Books, 2008.

*  Margaret Ann Wilkinson, Genealogy and the Law in Canada. Toronto, Ont., Dundern Press, 2010.

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