MASSOG: A Genealogical Magazine for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

MASSOG is published by the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc.

The editor for this volume was Ann L. Dzindolet.

Table of Contents

Vol. 23 No. 1 Spring 1999
M.S.O.G. State Officers and Editorial Board Members 1
Letter from the Editor 2
Letter from the State President 3
The Nathan Hamiltons of Brookfield, Mass. 4
Savill Simpson, Cordwainer of Boston and Hopkinton, Massachusetts, and Some of His Descendants in the Allied Families of Eyre, Lawson and Jones 8
M.S.O.G. Guidelines for Research Requests 33
The 1692 Salem Witchcraft Trials – Fact, Fiction and Our Forefathers back cover
Vol. 23 No. 2 Summer 1999
M.S.O.G. State Officers and Editorial Board Members 34
M.S.O.G. 1998 Financial Statement 35
Letter from the State President 36
Letter from the Editor 37
"On the Presumption of Genealogists" by Rev. Thomas Franklin Waters (1909) 38
Found Edward9 Hartwell [and Louisa7 (Hartwell)(McMonagle) Preston] 40
Savill Simpson, Cordwainer of Boston and Hopkinton, Massachusetts, and Some of His Descendants in the Allied Families of Eyre, Lawson and Jones (continued) 43
Queries 65
M.S.O.G. Guidelines for Research Requests 66
Free Lecture on Passenger Lists: Port of Boston, 1848-1891 back cover
Vol. 23 No. 3 Winter 1999
Letter from the State President 67
Savill Simpson, Cordwainer of Boston and Hopkinton, Massachusetts, and Some of His Descendants in the Allied Families of Eyre, Lawson and Jones (continued) 68
Mass. Genealogical Council Seminar 92
M.S.O.G. State Officers and Editorial Board Members 94
Index to MASSOG, volume 23 (1999) 95
M.S.O.G. Guidelines for Research Requests 103
Upcoming Genealogical Events back cover