2:00PM - 3:00PM
Happily (N)Ever After
Sponsored by Michael Provard
The average genealogist will scour lots of typical records to find their ancestors: birth, marriage, death, census, wills, and military. One valuable resource that gets overlooked are the records of dissolution of marriages or divorces, that are found in a variety of sources. This class will cover a number of online and other places to find these records. Many of the presenter’s ancestors were par
Beginner. Just starting to do family history., Intermediate. Online database savvy and can locate/read deeds, vital records, wills, and church records.
Methodology: evaluating/analyzing information, Record Types: BMD vital records; church; cemeteries; census/substitutes; military; newspapers/obituaries; occupation; slave; tax; wills/probate; land records
Not specific as to geography or ethnicity