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Learn how to find your ancestor in estate duty records, and how to obtain copies of the detailed register entries. See examples of how to use online resources from FamilySearch, the National Archives of the United Kingdom, FindMyPast, and Ancestry to locate and obtain estate duty records. Learn how to see other records and indexes on microfilm through the Family History Centers. Part 3 of 3
This is the third and final lesson designed to help you read, understand, and extract information from genealogical records written in Secretary Hand. In this lesson, you will explore several types of English genealogical records, including parish registers, bishop's transcripts, probate records, and court records.
Learn how to access and search the collections of digitized vital records of the State Regional Archives in Litomerice (Státní oblastní archiv v Litoměřicích). Registers (matriky) are available for research on-line through the archives’ website at http://matriky.soalitomerice.cz/ and through the Historical Record Collections at familysearch.org. Registers contain baptism (birth), marriage, and burial (death) information and are definitely the best source for identifying one’s relatives in the Czech Republic.