nathaniel lane taylor: published works (above) & sundry manuscripts (below)

(entries with links are available either as e-publications [linked to external sites] or pdf offprints, or as pre-publication typescripts—the latter are not necessarily identical to the published versions)

"The Banisters of Boston and Newport, with the Royal Ancestry of Frances Walker, wife of Thomas2 Banister" [by Nathaniel Lane Taylor and Michael Andrews-Reading], New England Historical and Genealogical Register 165 (2011), 85-99, 206-222.

Book review: Stephen Baxter, The Earls of Mercia: Lordship and Power in Late Anglo-Saxon England (Oxford University Press, 2007). The American Genealogist 83 (2009), 318-19.

"The False and Possibly True English Origins of Richard Taylor of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia," The American Genealogist 83 (2009), 161-73, 278-91.

Book review: Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration. Immigrants to New England, 1634–1635, Vol. V: M–Z (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007). The American Genealogist 82 (2007), 155-56.

Book review: Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, ed. Kimball G. Everingham (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2005). The American Genealogist 82 (2007), 157-59.

Book review: Ruth M. Blakely, The Brus Family in England and Scotland, 1100-1295 (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell, 2005). The American Genealogist 81 (2006), 326-27.

Book review: Jeffrey A. Bowman, Shifting Landmarks: Property, Proof, and Dispute in Catalonia around the Year 1000 (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004). The Medieval Review, November 2006.

“Genealogist John Farmer Discovers his Ancestry: The Warwickshire Family of Edward1 Farmer, Isabel1 (Farmer) (Wyman) (Blood) Green, and Thomas1 Pollard, of Billerica, Massachusetts,” New England Historical and Genealogical Register 160 (2006), 261-72; 161 (2007), 62-72, 146-55, 209-22, 289-99.

Book review: Iris Shagrir, Naming Patterns in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (Oxford: Unit for Prosopographical Research, Linacre College, 2003). Speculum 81 (2006), 1254-55.

“Testaments, leur validation, et ordre public en Catalogne et Languedoc au Moyen Age (IXe-XIIe siècles),” Annales du Midi 118 (2006), 447-51.

A manageable approach to integrating personal digital assistants into a family medicine clerkship” [by J.S. Taylor, D. Anthony, L.K. Lavallee, & N.L. Taylor], Medical Teacher 28.3 (May 2006), 283-87.

Women and Wills in Catalonia: Sterility and Testacy in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries,” Mediaeval Encounters 12 (2006), 87-96.

“Another Husband for Mary (Phippen) (Wallis) (Morgan) Black: Samuel2 Morgan (Robert1) of Beverly, Mass” [by Nathaniel Lane Taylor and John Fipphen], New England Historical and Genealogical Register 160 (2006), 99-100.

“The Disgruntled Billerica Militia of 1755,” New England Ancestors 7.1 (Winter 2006), 35-37.

Kin and the Courts: Testimony of Kinship in Lawsuits of Angevin England,” Haskins Society Journal 15 (2005), 55-72 [recipient of Charles Homer Haskins Society’s Bethell Prize for 2003].

Inheritance of Power in the House of Guifred the Hairy: Contemporary Perspectives on the Formation of a Dynasty,” in The Experience of Power in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honor of Thomas N. Bisson, ed. Robert F. Berkhofer III, Alan Cooper, and Adam J. Kosto (Aldershot, Hampshire, 2005), 129-51.

“Douglas Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry: A New Reference Work on Medieval English Royal Descents (a Review Article),” The American Genealogist 80 (2005) 58-67.

Book review: Charles Evans, The Complete Works of Charles Evans, ed. Steven Edwards (Chobham, Surrey, 2003). The American Genealogist 79 (2004), 237.

Book review: Thomas Milles, The Catalogue of Honour (London, 1610; reprinted as Catalogue of the Kings of England: Genealogical Histories of the Monarchs of Great Britain..., Ville Platte, Louisiana, 2003). The American Genealogist 79 (2004), 157-58.

“Thoughts on the Robessart Tomb,” Foundations 1.4 (2004), 241-45.

Book review: Eduard Hlawitschka, Konradiner-Genealogie, unstatthafte Verwandtenehen und spätottonisch-frühsalische Thronbesetzungspraxis. MGH, Studien und Texte, 32 (Hannover, 2003). The Medieval Review, June 2004.

Book review: Gérard Sivéry, Philippe III le Hardi (Paris, 2003). H-France Review 3 (December 2003), no. 139.

“A New Medieval Genealogical Journal, Foundations, and the ‘Foundation for Medieval Genealogy’: a Review Article,” The American Genealogist 78 (2003), 138-42.

Monasteries and Servile Genealogies: Guy of Suresnes and Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the Twelfth Century,” in Genèse médiévale de l’anthroponymie moderne, tome 5.1: Serfs et dépendants au Moyen Âge, ed. Monique Bourin and Pascal Chareille (Tours, 2002), 249-68.

Testamentary Publication and Proof and the Afterlife of Ancient Probate Procedure in Carolingian Septimania,” in Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress on Medieval Canon Law, ed. Kenneth Pennington, Stanley Chodorow and Keith H. Kendall (Vatican City: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 2001), 767-80.

Roman Genealogical Continuity and the ‘Descents-from-Antiquity’ Question,” The American Genealogist 76 (2001), 129-136.

Book review: Richard A. Jackson (ed.), Ordines Coronationis Franciae: Texts and Ordines for the Coronation of Frankish and French Kings and Queens in the Middle Ages, vol. 2 (Philadelphia, 2000). The Medieval Review, February 2001.

Three Calebs and a ‘Lara’: Untangling Gloucester Lanes,” NEHGS Nexus 16 (1999), 106-109.

Book review: Donald C. Jackman, Criticism and Critique: Sidelights on the Konradiner (Oxford, 1997). The American Genealogist 74 (1999), 236-37.

Book review: Ann Theopold Chaplin, CG, The Babson Genealogy, 1606-1997: Descendants of Thomas and Isabel Babson (Baltimore, 1997). New England Historical and Genealogical Register 152 (1998), 245-46.

Notes on the Ancestry of Sancha de Ayala” [by Nathaniel Lane Taylor and Todd A. Farmerie], New England Historical and Genealogical Register 152 (1998), 36-48.

Book review: Herbert von Stoyan, Nobility of the Holy Roman Empire and Other European Nobility (CD-ROM, Erlangen, 1996). The American Genealogist 73 (1998), 319-20.

King David, Saint William, and Makhir: a Controversial Medieval Descent,” The American Genealogist 72 (1997), 203-21.

An Early Catalonian Charter in the Houghton Library,” Harvard Library Bulletin, new ser. 7.3 (March 1997), 37-44.

“Three Typological Approaches to Catalonian Archival Evidence, Tenth-Twelfth Centuries,” with Adam J. Kosto and Pere Benito i Monclús, Anuario de Estudios Medievales 26.1 (1996), 43-88.

“Medieval Catalonian Wills: Family Charter Evidence in the Archives,” Primary Sources and Original Works 2 (1993), 103-34. [= Discovery in the Archives of Spain and Portugal: Quincentenary Essays, 1492-1992, ed. Lawrence J. McCrank (New York, 1993), 103-34.]

"The Will and Society in Medieval Catalonia and Languedoc, 800-1200," (Ph.D. diss., Harvard Univ., 1995).

George Washington Lane of Gloucester Mass.: Seven Letters Home from the Civil War.” MS: Annotated transcription. Lane was a private in the 32d Mass. Volunteer Infantry.

Beatrice Fettiplace: a Portuguese Lady in England.” MS. Review of Portuguese and English evidence for the identity and misidentification of an ancestress of Gov. Thomas Dudley.

The Alleged Gresley-Swinnerton Marriage: a Closer Examination.” MS. Disproof of a fourteenth-century marriage affecting the ancestry of Richard More of the Mayflower, William Wentworth and several other American colonial immigrants.

A weird chirograph of 1151 from the Arxiu de la Corona d'Aragó, Barcelona (html note)

Endowing the Templars: two donation / bequest documents from twelfth-century Catalonia and Languedoc (html note)


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