English Origins of New England Families. from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register. First Series, in Three Volumes. Volume I by New New England
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English Origins of New England Families. First Series. Since , and until his death half a century later, the committee was dominated by George Andrews Moriarty, Jr. This present work is a consolidation of all the articles published by the Committee and in particular by Moriarty himself. Treating the immigrant origins of perhaps 1, or more families, or so in the most thoroughly documented monographs ever published, the articles contributed to the Register through the Committee on English and Foreign Research are now among the most sought after of the many thousands of Register articles.
Jump to navigation. To locate additional resources, please check our catalog or consult a reference librarian. American genealogy first attained full bloom in New England. By the middle of the nineteenth century there was already much genealogy and genealogicallyoriented local history in print for this region. This energetic publishing activity continues to this day and is well represented in the holdings of the Newberry Library. There are many genealogies in print for New England families.