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The Zions Roots Research Project helps descendants from the 1838-39 Lutheran immigration from Germany to East Perry County, MO trace their family back to German Parish records.
This talk provides an introduction to the main sources for family history research available via The National Archives website. Topics covered include the online catalogue, online resources and the research signposts. Gerry Toop is a Reader Adviser in the Family History team in the Advice and Records Knowledge department. He regularly gives talks on behalf of The National Archives, both in-house and at external events.
The second of a three-part series, this lesson will introduce you to the National Archives holdings of South Africa. The class will discuss the types of documents held at the National Archives, and explain how to access the online index to the archives, called NAAIRS. The lesson will explore the National Archives records held at the Family History Library, and how to access those records that are only available at the Archives in South Africa.
This lesson will teach you how to find records of your Danish ancestors by using Arkivalieronline. You will learn how to access the digitized records of the Danish State Archives, select the correct records and time period, and browse images.