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Skip to 22:06 to go to the beginning of the presentation. Understand and be able to use proper research strategies during the 19th century using church and census records.
If your FamilySearch searches haven’t been successful, this presentation demonstrates five techniques that may help. These include: • Narrowing your search with filters • Using wild cards • Adding a relationship • Adding an event • Browsing images The presentation will provide you with additional tools which will give you some alternatives to conducting basic searches.
Learn how to access and search the collection of digitized vital records of the Prague City Archives (Archiv hlavního města Prahy). Registers (matriky) are available for research on-line through the archives’ website at http://www.ahmp.cz/. Registers contain baptism (birth), marriage, and burial (death) information and are definitely the best source for identifying one’s relatives in the Czech Republic. Note: Region of Prague not included - see Using Online Czech Records: State Regional Archives in Prague.
Learn about the available databases and tips for finding Scottish ancestors on www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, the largest online source for Scotland family history research.