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The table below can help you decide which records to search.In column 1 find the goal you selected.In column 2 find the types of records that are most likely to have the information you need. Then turn to that section of this outline. (The terms used in columns 2 and 3 are the same as the topic headings used in this outline and in the “Locality Search” section of the Family History Library Catalog.)Column 3 contains additional records that may also be useful.Records containing previous research (genealogies [including family histories], biographies, histories, periodicals, and societies) could provide information for nearly all of the goals. These have been repeatedly listed if they are especially helpful for the goal.
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The table below can help you decide which records to search.  
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Step 1. '''In column 1''' select a research goal. Choose an ancestor you would like to know more about. What new information would you like to learn about that person?
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Step 2. '''In column 2''' find the types of records most likely to have the information you need.  
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:&gt; Read the FamilySearch Wiki articles about those types of records. They explain what the records might tell you, how to search them, and how to find them in the Family History Library Catalog. Some records are not at the library. <br><br>
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Step 3. '''In column 3''' find additional record types that may be useful.  
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:&gt; Records of previous research (such as Genealogy, Biography, History, Periodicals, and Societies) are useful for most goals but are not listed unless they are ''especially'' helpful.<br><br>
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| Ages
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| Ages  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Census, Emigration and Immigration
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| Census, Emigration and Immigration
 
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| Birth dates
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| Birth dates  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Emigration and Immigration
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| Emigration and Immigration
 
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| Cities or parishes of foreign birth
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| Cities or parishes of foreign birth  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Emigration and Immigration, Schools, Military Records
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| Emigration and Immigration, Schools, Military Records
 
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| Customs
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| Customs  
| Social Life and Customs
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| Social Life and Customs  
| History, Minorities
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| History, Minorities
 
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| Deaths
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| Deaths  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Cemeteries, Newspapers
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| Cemeteries, Newspapers
 
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| Ethnicity
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| Ethnicity  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Emigration and Immigration, Societies
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| Emigration and Immigration, Societies
 
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| Historical backgrounds
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| Historical backgrounds  
| History
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| History  
| Gazetteers, Periodicals
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| Gazetteers, Periodicals
 
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| Immigration dates
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| Immigration dates  
| Emigration and Immigration
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| Emigration and Immigration  
| Census, Biography, Naturalization and Citizenship
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| Census, Biography, Naturalization and Citizenship
 
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| Living relatives
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| Living relatives  
| Directories
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| Directories  
| Newspapers, Biography, Court Records
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| Newspapers, Biography, Court Records
 
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| Maiden names
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| Maiden names  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Cemeteries, Military Records
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| Cemeteries, Military Records
 
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| Marriages
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| Marriages  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Census
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| Census
 
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| Municipal origins and boundaries
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| Municipal origins and boundaries  
| Gazetteer, Maps
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| Gazetteer, Maps  
| History
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| History
 
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| Occupations
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| Occupations  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Census, Directories
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| Census, Directories
 
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| Parents, children, and other family members
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| Parents, children, and other family members  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Emigration and Immigration, Census, Probate, Genealogy
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| Emigration and Immigration, Census, Probate, Genealogy
 
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| Physical descriptions
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| Physical descriptions  
| Emigration and Immigration
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| Emigration and Immigration  
| Military Records
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| Military Records
 
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| Place-finding aids
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| Place-finding aids  
| Gazetteers
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| Gazetteers  
| Maps, History
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| Maps, History
 
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| Places of residence
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| Places of residence  
| Civil Registration, Church Records
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| Civil Registration, Church Records  
| Census, Biography
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| Census, Biography
 
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| Previous research
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| Previous research  
| Genealogy
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| Genealogy  
| Periodicals, Biography, Societies, Nobility
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| Periodicals, Biography, Societies, Nobility
 
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| Religions
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| Religions  
| Church Records
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| Church Records  
| History
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| History
 
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| Social activities
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| Social activities  
| Social Life and Customs
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| Social Life and Customs  
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Biography, History, Genealogy
 
Biography, History, Genealogy
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Latest revision as of 21:42, 14 October 2010

The table below can help you decide which records to search.

Step 1. In column 1 select a research goal. Choose an ancestor you would like to know more about. What new information would you like to learn about that person?

Step 2. In column 2 find the types of records most likely to have the information you need.

> Read the FamilySearch Wiki articles about those types of records. They explain what the records might tell you, how to search them, and how to find them in the Family History Library Catalog. Some records are not at the library.

Step 3. In column 3 find additional record types that may be useful.

> Records of previous research (such as Genealogy, Biography, History, Periodicals, and Societies) are useful for most goals but are not listed unless they are especially helpful.


1. If You Need 2. Look First In 3. Then Search
Ages Civil Registration, Church Records Census, Emigration and Immigration
Birth dates Civil Registration, Church Records Emigration and Immigration
Cities or parishes of foreign birth Civil Registration, Church Records Emigration and Immigration, Schools, Military Records
Customs Social Life and Customs History, Minorities
Deaths Civil Registration, Church Records Cemeteries, Newspapers
Ethnicity Civil Registration, Church Records Emigration and Immigration, Societies
Historical backgrounds History Gazetteers, Periodicals
Immigration dates Emigration and Immigration Census, Biography, Naturalization and Citizenship
Living relatives Directories Newspapers, Biography, Court Records
Maiden names Civil Registration, Church Records Cemeteries, Military Records
Marriages Civil Registration, Church Records Census
Municipal origins and boundaries Gazetteer, Maps History
Occupations Civil Registration, Church Records Census, Directories
Parents, children, and other family members Civil Registration, Church Records Emigration and Immigration, Census, Probate, Genealogy
Physical descriptions Emigration and Immigration Military Records
Place-finding aids Gazetteers Maps, History
Places of residence Civil Registration, Church Records Census, Biography
Previous research Genealogy Periodicals, Biography, Societies, Nobility
Religions Church Records History
Social activities Social Life and Customs

Biography, History, Genealogy


 

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