Three more articles from The American Genealogist in the 1990s:
"Philip Parsons of Enfield, Conn. Grandson of Walter Fairfield of Wenham, Mass." by Harriet Hall Dieterich, 66 (1991):193-96. A search on "Sarah Needham" and "Philip Parsons" yields only six hits. Changing Sarah Needham to Sarah Fairfield you get 77 hits. Connecting "Walter Fairfield" and "Philip Parsons" you get 59 hits.
"The English Origin of the Lakin Family of Reading and Groton of Mass." by Douglas Richardson 70 (1995):142-48. A search for "William Lakin" and Ruddington (the place in England) yields 124 hits. Change Ruddington to Groton and the hits go up to 1,920. "William Lakin" Ruddington and Groton yields 106 hits. Lastly the search "William Lakin" "Lydia Browne" yields 350 hits. Both Lakin brothers married in New England and their wives' names are known. "John Lakin" "Mary Bacon" search yields 206 hits. So, assuming crossover with both brothers, there are about 200-300 sites with this family only half of which include the origins in Ruddington.
"Rebecca Revisited: The Unidentified Wives of Angell Husted and Jonathan Reynolds of Greenwich, Conn." by Gordon L. Remington, 73 (1998):201-206. The search "Angel Husted" "Rebecca Sherwood" yields 191 hits; making Angel Angell yields 271 hits. Unfortunately that is the relationship that is disproven in the article. Rebecca is (---) for now and wife first of Jonathan Reynolds then Angell Husted. The mother of Husted's children is completely blank.