Claudia C. Beland

“Alias Smith and Crawford: Kubiaks of Manistee and Saginaw, Michigan.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 105 (Sept 2017): 191-98.

Trish Hackett Nicola, CG®

Adventures in Family History: Our visit to Leimersheim, Germany.” Sheldon Historical Society Schoolhouse Museum Newsletter 7 (March 2018): 2-3.

“The Two Deaths of Arthur J. Crim of New York, Iowa, Washington, California, Missouri and Oklahoma” National Genealogical Society Quarterly107 (June 2019): 125-136.

“See History: Chinese Exclusion Act Case Files Available on Web,” Northwest Asian Weekly , 38, 10 (Apr 27-May 3 2019): 7.


Jill K. Morelli, CG®

“Swedish Records Merge Identities to Reveal Bengt Andersson’s Parents.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly105 (Sept 2017): 199-210.

“DNA Helps Identify “Molly” (Frisch/Lancour) Morelli’s Father,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 106 (December 2018), 293-306.

“Answering Genealogical Problems Using Swedish Mantals Tax Records,” https://www.augustana.edu/swenson/sagSwedish American Genealogist,  XXXIX (September 2019): no. 3, 64-69.

“Spanning a Record Gap of 160 years: Identifying Parents for Elna Johansdotter, who died in Hishult parish, Sweden, 13 February 1795,” Swedish American Genealogist, XXXVIX (March 2019): no. 1, 9-14.


Steven W. Morrison

“Glimpse of a Plantation Town: 1821 in Ballyhaise, County Cavan.” Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review 33 (2017): 39-57.

“Quaker John Starr of Antrim and Cavan, Ireland: And his five Sons who sailed to Pennsylvania.” The Genealogist 30 (2016): 139-161.

“The migratory path of eighteenth-century Ulster Nonconformists: Quaker John Starr of Antrim, Cavan and Pennsylvania.” Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review 31 (2015): 111-133.