Nathan W.   Murphy

Senior research consultant at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Publication credits include The American Genealogist, Genealogists' Magazine, and the National Genealogical Society Quarterly. Nathan has used DNA to solve many brickwall research problems.


February 22, 2013
3:50 pm : My Ancestor Came to Colonial America as an Indentured Servant

(Experienced) Indentured servants were not glamorous or famous figures in colonial America. Nevertheless,nfamily historians are interested in knowing that an ancestor – male or female – may have beennindentured. More important, the designation “indentured servant” signifies that the individualnimmigrated – a fact that surviving colonial sources often do not clarify and one that can openndoors to finding the ancestor in European records. (Murphy, “Origins of Chesapeake Servants,” p. 5) Login First

6:00 pm : My Ancestor Came to Colonial America as a Transported Convict

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7:20 pm : Tracing Colonial Immigrants: Strategies That Work

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February 23, 2013
2:50 pm : GeneTech: Y-DNA Solutions to Common Genealogical Problems

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