MASSOG: A Genealogical Magazine for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

MASSOG is published by the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc.
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The editor for this volume was Ann L. Dzindolet.

Vol. 29 No. 1 Spring 2005
Letter from the State President 1
Hints for your Family History Research 2
Muster Roll of Capt. James Capen’s Company of Foot, 1803 4
MASSOG Tables of Contents and Order Form from Volumes 1-10 6
Genealogical Resources at the Worcester Public Library 10
Massachusetts Vital Records 12
Ollver6 Harris of Hardwick, Greenwich, and Dana, Massachusetts and Some of His Descendants 14
The Killingly Connecticut Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc., Library and Museum 21
Brickwalls 23
Lancaster Families on the 1790 Census 24
Editor’s Letter 30
M.S.O.G. Board of Directors and Editorial Board Members 31
Guidelines for M.S.O.G. Research Requests 32
Massachusetts Genealogica1 Council Annual Seminar 31 July 2005 back cover
Vol. 29 Issue2 Summer 2005
Letter from the State President 35
Editorial Board Members 35
Hints for Your Family History Research 36
MASSOG Tables of Contents and Order Form, Volumes 11-20 38
Oliver Harris of Hardwick, Greenwich, and Dana, Massachusetts and Some of His Descendants 42
Genealogical Basics – Internal Consistency: The Case of Susanna Bemis 48
Useful Terms Used in Franco-American Genealogy 50
French Canadian Genealogy – A Primer: A Transcription of a Lecture Given to the Worcester Chapter of M.S.O.G. by Robert Quintin 51
Useful Reference Works for Franco-American Genealogy 60
1790 U.S. Census of Massachusetts Project: Sketch of John Gibson of Hopkinton 62
Schedule and Directors to the MSOG Annual Meeting 67
Massachusetts Society of Genealogists Annual Meeting 08 October 2005 back cover
Vol. 29 Issue No 3-4 Fall/Winter 2005
Letter from the State President 69
Hints for Your Family History Research 70
MASSOG Tables of Contents and Order Form for Vols. 21 -28 72
Book Review 75
Ollver6 Harris of Hardwick, Greenwich, and Dana, Massachusetts and Some of His Descendants (concluded) 76
Letter from the Editor. 80
Which Arthur Abbott of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Married the Widow Mercy (Adams) Smith in 1716? 81
MASSOG Submission Guidelines 89
M.S.O.G. State Officers and Editorial Board Members 91
Guidelines for M.S.O.G. Research Requests 92
2006 Family History Writing Contest Rules 93
Index to MASSOG, Volume 29 95
MGC Annual Seminar -Directions and Registration Form 101
Massachusetts Genealogical Council Annual Seminar 22 April 2006 back cover