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Learn why to use estate duty records, and how to use the records in your England research. Part 1 of 3
Learn what information estate duty records contain in two different time periods, and how the records are organized in each of three different time periods. Also includes details on how the indexes are organized. Part 2 of 3
Due to the lack of vital records and the difficulty of locating church records, court and probate records are valuable tools. These records can help link individuals into family units and, in some cases, flesh out the family history and breathe life into our ancestors. This course will discuss what court records may be valuable in family history research and what is included in probate records.
Many feel land records only indicate where and how much land your ancestor owned. However, there are times when these records may assist in linking families. In this short lesson state and county land records will be discussed and where these records can be located and what information they may contain. The last lesson in this series is Pennsylvania Research: County Court and Probate Records.