Monday, December 5, 2016

Table of Contents for New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 170, Number 4 (Fall 2016)

I look forward to every issue of the peer-reviewed New England Historical and Genealogical Register journal, published quarterly by the New England Historic Genealogical Society in Boston, Massachusetts.

The latest issue is Volume 170, Number 4 (Fall 2016).  The Table of Contents for this issue is:

page 275: Editorial

page 277: The Wife and Descendants of Revolutionary War Traitor Dr. Benjamin Church, Jr., of Boston, by Michael J. Leclerc

page 291: The Dispaw and Downing Families of Lynn, Massachusetts, by Marian Bowers Natale

page 299: William1  Sheffield of Braintree and Sherborn, Massachusetts, with Further Notes on the Daniel(s) Family of Medfield, by Austin W. Spencer and Beverly Spooner

page 319: Michael Powell of Dedham and Boston, Massachusetts: Two Letters to England and His English Origin, by Robert Charles Anderson

page 325: The Augur Family of London and West Ham, Essex: Ancestors of Nicholas1  Augur and Hester1 (Augur) Coster and Their Nephew Robert1  Augur of New Haven, Connecticut, by Clifford L. Stott

page 336: Two Winthrop Fleet Immigrants to New England: Thomas1 Beecher and Parnell (Gray) (Parker) Nowell, Wife of Increase1  Nowell, Both of Charlestown, Massachusetts, by Randy A. West

page 339: A Re-Examination of the Fiske Family of Suffolk, England, Ancestral to Some Early New England Families, by Myrtle Stevens Hyde (continued from 170:232)

page 347: Additions and Corrections

page 350: Index of Subjects in Volume 170

page 352: Index of Persons in Volume 170

page 399: Annual Table of Contents of Volume 170

The most interesting article in this issue was the Michael Leclerc article about the family of Dr. Benjamin Church, the Revolutionary War traitor to the Rebel's cause.

The article that helps me the most in my own research is the Myrtle Hyde article about the Fiske family.


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