MGS members can submit content that can have appeal to MGS members and to genealogy researchers browsing the web. The Manatee Genealogical Society will web publish articles or papers submitted by MGS Members as well as provide links to published articles, books, papers, etc. that are published elsewhere. We researchers have assembled much information pertaining to our ancestors that would be of considerable interest to our "unknown" shared relatives. Web publishing can get that treasured information to the masses and possibly develop an important contact with a fellow researcher. Guidelines for submission of publications can be obtained HERE.

Member Articles Submitted
Jim McHugh describes his research and findings pertaining to his patriot ancestor Solomon Ingalls, born 1750 in Andover, MA & died Jefferson, County, NY in 1840, and an interesting coincidence.  This work resulted in Jim's Article "A Coincidence at Saratoga"  (size 186 KB).
Ray Maki completed three monographs for three of his family lines located in the south-central New York State area. These digitized monographs are available and can be read on the FamilySearch website.  The monographs are:  (1) The Descendants of John & Sarah Decker of Cayuta, New York  (2) The Descendants of David & Sally Cutter of Newfield, NY and (3) The Descendants of Cornelius & Sarah Howell of Chemung County, NY . Use the preceeding links to access these books. You will need your FamilySearch password. (Note: Item 3 in the list remains  "protected" and is not viewable at this time)
Member Books/Articles Published
Mr. Ingalls' Journey West – 1870, by James A McHugh, PhD, 208 pages (2013). Jim's Jefferson County, NY ancestor described his visit to California in 1870 through 40 letters. These letters were transcribed and form the basis for the book. Throughout his journey, he visited many former Jefferson County residents who moved west. More details can be found at the following link Mr. Ingalls' Journey West – 1870
Christian Reinhardt Andersen: Lineage, photos and stories of his life in Denmark, Argentina, Canada, and Michigan, as well as his relatives in Denmark back to 1741, by Dean R. Kudich, 277 pages (2019). This genealogy reflects the life and adventures of Christian Reinhardt Andersen who was born in Odense, Denmark on October 6, 1889 and died August 13, 1952 in Ludington, Michigan. Description of Book  and  Amazon Link