Detail from a "A mapp of New England", by John Heller, published by John Hills, 1675.  See
complete map at:
  • More than a decade of experience researching New England ancestry from
        colonial times to the 1900s, particularly in northeastern Massachusetts,
        southern New Hampshire, and southern Maine. Experience also includes
        some research in Connecticut, Vermont, and New York.

  • Convenient geographic location just outside Boston, with easy access to
        several important local repositories:  the New England Historic Genealogical
        Society, the National Archives and Records Administration (Northeast
        Region), the Massachusetts Archives, the Massachusetts Registry of Vital
        Records and Statistics, the Boston Public Library, and more.

        Association for Professional Genealogists.
"And then there is the
work!  If the genealogical
bug once bites you, you
are a doomed man, and
never again will you be
happy except when
attempting to trace the
elusive ancestor."

-- Donald Lines Jacobus,
Genealogy as Pastime
and Profession
Edition Revised),
p. 41, copyright 1968 by
Genealogical Publishing
Co., Inc.
New England Cousins
Copyright 2014 Ruy A. Cardoso.  All rights reserved.
Ruy Cardoso, Certified Genealogist (SM)