The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 65, 1911
New England Historic Genealogical Society
This quarterly journal, commonly called simply “The Register,” is certainly the oldest, and arguably the best, genealogical periodical published in the United States. Within its volumes researchers will find some of the most valuable genealogical compilations and source record transcriptions to be found anywhere. It is difficult, one might even say foolhardy, to attempt to do research on New England families without reference to this important series. However, copies of the original editions of these volumes are becoming increasingly difficult to find, so Heritage Books has reprinted the early volumes of this important serial in order to make them more accessible to the rank and file genealogist. Each volume has an index, and in addition, a comprehensive index to the first fifty volumes is also available. In the description below it is only possible to touch on some of the main articles—each volume also contains much additional material. Register, Volume LXV, 1911. Genealogies: James Brown(e); John Dame; Edward Downes; John Gifford; Thomas Morley. Other documents: Barrell wills; Bradstreet (with variations) wills; 1775 passenger lists to the Americas for the ships Albion, Ann, Baltimore, Betsey, Bland, Calvert, Dawes, Diana, Elizabeth, Elkridge, Fanny & Janny, Favourite, Fleetwood, Fortune, Georgia Packet, Grenville Bay, Marlborough, Mary, Montreal, Nancy, Norfolk, Olive Branch, Packet, Patowmack, Rachael, Richmond, Sally, Sampson, Shipwright and Three Brothers; Revolutionary War soldiers of York County, Maine; French inhabitants of Gallipolis, Ohio, 1795; bibliographical listings for Connecticut soldiers of the Revolutionary War and Civil War; English parish registers; administration of estates, reviews, notices and much more. (1911, 1999), 2016, 5½x8½, paper, index, 538 pp.