New Englanders In The 1600s: A Guide To Genealogical Research Published Between 1980 And 2010 (Expanded Edition)

New Englanders In The 1600s: A Guide To Genealogical Research Published Between 1980 And 2010 (Expanded Edition)

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New Englanders in the 1600s: A Guide to Genealogical Research Published Between 1980 and 2010 (Expanded Edition); by Martin E. Hollick ; 282 pp; 6x9; Paperback; Published: April 2012; ISBN: 9780880822756; Item # NE15

This expanded edition of the bestselling New Englanders in the 1600s offers researchers an even more comprehensive source for finding the most recent genealogical writing about seventeenth-century New England families. The new edition includes a full five years’ worth of publications, plus select publications from 2011. Hollick has also added all of the MASSOG magazines from 1980–2010; the three final volumes of the Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634–1635; the final volume of John Howland of the Mayflower; and eight other new works.

All levels of researchers, from beginners to professionals, will find this book helpful for finding articles, single- and multi-family genealogies, and other scholarly compendia covering New England immigrants born before the year 1700.

Entries are alphabetized by surname; each entry contains enough information for you to locate the research that has been done on that person and indicates which publications mention other family members, ties to royalty, full-family genealogies, and/or DNA studies. This new edition includes listings for over 3,600 families.


"With so much new and important genealogical research buried in the leading journals and in all-my-ancestor compilations, one of our greatest needs is an up-to-date finding aid providing easy access to this literature. Hollick’s updated volume fills the need admirably" - Robert Charles Anderson, FASG, Director, Great Migration Study Project

Recommended Reading

- Genealogist s Handbook for New England Research
- Manuscript Collections of the NEHGS
- Researching Your Colonial NE Ancestors
- Diaries In The R. Stanton Avery Collections Of The NEHGS