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LOCAL HISTORY AND GENEALOGY Boston Public Library 700 Boylston St., Boston 02117 617-536-5400 ext.2261 \Users\todd\Documents\boston_genealogy_organizations.doc 11/12/10 ORGANIZATIONS American French Genealogical Society 78 Earle St., Woonsocket, RI 02895 401

Tracing Your Roots: Genealogical Resources in the Boston and Cambridge Area Genealogical Materials at the Cambridge Public Library If your ancestors were Cambridge residents, you can begin your search for information

Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston Resources for Jewish Genealogy in the Boston Area American Jewish Historical Society, New England Archives

The Certificate in Genealogical Research at Boston University’s Center for Professional Education was designed by author, editor, and genealogist Melinde Lutz Byrne, FASG and reviewed by Published Genealogy award, and the

The Certificate in Genealogical Research at Boston University’s Center for Professional Education was designed by author, editor, Module 5: Professional Genealogy After students have learned the skills and competencies necessary to perform genealogical research according to set

DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM HATCH 5 Church, Boston, 23 Apr 1761, ELEAZER WELD, born46 at Roxbury, Mass., 19 Feb 1737/38, son of Joseph and Martha (Child) Weld.

City of Boston Archives and Records Management Division Guide to the City Census records Finding aid prepared by Zachary Enright This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit

Descendants of Robert & Mary Reynolds of Boston By Roland Rhoades, seeker@maine.rr.com 207-892-0923 First Generation 1. Robert REYNOLDS was born about 1580 in , , England and died on 27 Apr 1659 in Boston, Suffolk, MA.

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134 THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL RECORD 1. HENRY1 ELKINS, a tailor whose origin is unknown, was in Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, before 9 November 1634, on which date he

Marriages in Montpelier, Burlington and Berlin, Vt. 1789-1876 The marriages listed in this publication were taken from Vermont Marriages, Vol. 1 (Boston: Research Publication Co., 1903). That publication lists marriages in chronological

Resources for Early New England Naturalization Records Resources for Jewish Genealogy in Boston This page is a brief summary and update of the contents of Resources for Jewish Genealogy in the Boston Area. This site has great information on

Vermont Historical Society Sponsor-a-Book List This is a program to assist the Vermont Historical Society library replace crumbling books in its collection; we

Genealogy.Boston:Metcalf Company,1930. A collaboration between PLIMOTH PLANTATION and the NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY

THE GENEALOGY OF EDWARD1 RIGGS OF ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS, REVISITED By Robert Charles Anderson, F.A.S.G., and Alvy Ray Smith The genealogy of Edward1 Riggs of Roxbury was first presented briefly (Boston: NEHGS, 1995), 3:1583- 85,

Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society,1995. Robert C. Anderson.The Pilgrim Migration. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society,2004. Ruth S. D. Eddy, compiler.The Eddy Family in America: a Genealogy.Boston:Metcalf Company,1930.

The Certificate in Genealogical Research at Boston University’s Center for Professional Education was designed by author, editor, Module 5: Professional Genealogy After students have learned the skills and competencies necessary to perform genealogical research according to set

Massachusetts State Research Guide Massachusetts History Their original destination was Virginia, but in 1620 the Mayflower arrived in the New World with 120 passengers. Boston Public Library o Genealogy and Family History Resources

The Jones Family First Generation 1. Thomas1 Jones was born in Caversham, Oxfordshire, England about 1598. 1710 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, at 75 years of age. She married Henry Chamberlain about 1651. Henry was the son of Henry