Volume 7, No. 1, July-Aug 1986
- Directory of Reading - 1806.
Volume 7, No. 2, Sept-Oct 1986
- Churches of Berks, Part 1: St. Gabriel's Episcopal
Old Morlatton Church.
- Berks Co. Township Name Origins.
- Berks County Farmer’s Directory, 1867 - 68, A to Lower Heidelberg).
- Tombstone Readings Amity United Brethren Cemetery.
- Berks Co. List of First Taxables, District, Douglass and Rockland Townships.
Volume 7, No. 3, Nov-Dec 1986
- Churches of Berks, Part 2: Zion
Reed's and Christ Lutheran Churches.
- Berks County Farmer's Directory, 1867 - 68, (Maidencreek to Z).
Volume 7, No. 4, Jan-Feb 1987
- Churches of Berks, Part 3: Albany Township Churches - Jerusalem
White, and New Bethel
- Roster of Von Heer’s Light Dragoons.
- The Allemaengel Road and the Indian Massacres.
Volume 7, No. 5, Mar-Apr 1987
- Churches of Berks, Part 4: Oley Churches - Salem Reformed, Christ Lutheran and St. Joseph Hill Church.
- Berks County & The War of 1812.
- Includes Rosters of Berks County Soldiers who served, part 1.
Volume 7, No. 6, May-Jun 1987
- Churches of Berks, Part 5: Zion
Spies Union, Schwarzwald Union, Alsace Lutheran and Grace Alsace UCC.
- Annette Burgert society talk on European Conditions Contributing to German Emigration.
- List of Alsace Twp. Residents in 1838 Account Book of Daniel Berger.
- Berks County & The War of 1812. Includes Rosters of Berks County Soldiers who served, part 2.
Volume 8, No. 1, July-Aug 1987
- Churches of Berks, Part 6: Christ Episcopal and First Presbyterian, Reading.
- List of all Reading Churches as of 1984.
- List of Initial Land Warrants and Patents in Readingtown with Map.
- Short article on Rededication of Nein Private Cemetery.
Volume 8, No. 2, Sept-Oct 1987
- Churches of Berks, Part 7: Christ Little Tulpehocken, Friedens, Bernville, and Zion Blue Mountain.
- Publishing Your Family History, summary of the Societies September speaker.
- List of Main Churches in Berks County before 1900.
- Pitfalls of Pennsylvania German Names.
- Word Puzzle.
Volume 8, No. 3, Nov-Dec 1987
- Churches of Berks, Part 8: St. John's
Hains Reformed, St. Daniel's Lutheran, North Heidelberg Reformed, and Zion Union, Womelsdorf.
- 1800 Septennial Census of slaves in Berks County Townships.
- Deciphering German Script.
Volume 8, No. 4, Jan-Feb 1988
- Churches of Berks, Part 9: St. Pauls, Amityville.
- List of Huguenots in Berks Co., and where they appear.
- List of Berks County Naturalizations 1752 - 1764.
- List of Ministers who served Berks Co. and have kept a Private Record.
Volume 8, No. 5, Mar-Apr 1988
- Churches of Berks, Part 10: Zion Moselem and Zion Windsor Castle Churches.
- Bucks County Genealogy, summary of the Societies March speaker.
- List of Berks County Naturalizations 1765 - 1772.
- List of Physicians in Berks, 1907, with College and Graduation Year.
Volume 8, No. 6, May-June 1988
- Churches of Berks, Part 11: Host Reformed and Altalaha Lutheran, Tulpehocken Twp. and Salem Reformed, Bethel Twp.
- Berks County Map locating the 18th Century Churches.
- Every Name Index of Volume 8.
Volume 9, No. 1, Fall 1988
- Assessment Lists for the 1798 U.S. Direct Tax (Window Tax) for Brunswick, Manheim and Pinegrove Townships.
- Churches of Berks, Part 12: Salem (Belleman's) Union and St. Michael's Union, Tilden Township.
- Pleasantville Union Cemetery, Oley Township.
Volume 9, No. 3, Spring 1989
- Berks County Courthouse: A User's Guide, with lots of Lists, Including Office Holders, but not Mayor or Sheriff.
- Welsh in Berks County, article based on Society speaker.
- 4 Page essay on Keim Ancestors from year 1020.
- Churches of Berks, Part 14: Bern Union Church and Epler's Church.
Volume 9, No. 4, Summer 1989
- Immigration Patterns into Berks. Beyond the Boats: Tracing German Roots.
- Tax Revolt, 18th Century Style, Summary of Protest against 1779 Supply Tax.
- 1850 US Census Mortality Schedule for Berks.
- Ancestor's Profile: Israel Peter Adam.
- Churches of Berks, Part 15: Quaker Meetinghouses.
Volume 10, No. 1, Fall 1989
- PA Militia and Volunteers thru 1870. List of Civil War Berks County Conscientious Objectors, 1862.
- Excerpts from 1898 Kutztown Patriot.
- Headstone Readings Private cemeteries: Bieber-Lesher, Schaeffer, Kiefer, Herbein, and Kelchner.
- Churches of Berks, Part 16: St. John's, Kutztown; Christ Delongs, Bowers; Longswamp Reformed, and Christ Mertz, Dryville.
- Quakers in Berks County.
- Ancestor Profiles: Jacob Steinbruch; Jacob Reppert.
Volume 10, No. 2, Winter 1989
- Village and Urban Development in Berks
- Residents of 19th Century Kutztown, Hamburg, and Bernville
- Churches of Berks, Part 17: Allegheny Union, Robeson (Plow) Church, St. John's, Gibraltar.
- Early Settlers of Brecknock Twp.
- Kirbyville and Kirby cemetery.
- Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills for those identified as from Berks County.
- Ancestor Profile: Samuel Leibig.
Volume 10, No. 3, Spring 1990
- Use of Original Land Records, Early Lancaster County Deed Abstracts for Lands that became Berks Co.
- Manasses Bixler's Undertakers records for Brecknock Twp. (abt 1885 - 1909)
- Ancestor Profiles: Johann Abraham Bollenbacher, and Philip Klahr.
- Churches of Berks, Part 18: St. John's, Hamburg; St. Paul's
Smoke Church, St. John's
Volume 10, No. 4, Summer 1990
- Isms and Schisms: Evangelicals in Berks.
- List of Evangelical Churches by Townships in Berks.
- Churches of Berks, Part 19: St. Peter's Reformed, Molltown. (Series concludes).
- List of early diseases with today's term.
- The Kistler Confusion, 2 pages.
- Ancestor Profiles: Simon Kohl and Jacob Keim.
Volume 11, No. 1, Fall 1990
- Immigrant Migration into Eastern and Central Berks.
- Chester County Taxables related to Berks.
- Certificates of Removal for Berks Quakers.
- Berks Marines of the Frigate South Carolina.
- Beginning at a Stone, finding an ancestors land.
- Berks names on a 1779 anti-PA convention petition.
Volume 11, No. 2, Winter 1990
- Township Development of Berks County.
- Berks County Death Records 1852-1855.
- 2 pages data from Reading's Home for Widows & Single Women.
Volume 9, No. 2, Winter 1988
- Sources of PA's Early Military Records. Some muster lists as examples (Daniel DeTurks Company) and Pension Lists as examples.
- Article on Jim Holton’s talk to the Society on the History of the Reading Railroad.
- List of persons in Berks who paid the 1863 Civil War Income Tax as printed in the Berks and Schuylkill Journal newspaper.
- Churches of Berks, Part 13: New Jerusalem (Dunkel's) Church and New Bethel Zion's Church.
- Half page map of Allemaegel Region with location of early settlers, no date but shows Frieden's Ch., est. 1770.