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This is a series of 3 classes: Using the Danish Demographical Database (37 minutes) - Objective: To learn how to access the indexed census information on the website. Finding Censuses on Arkivalieronline (28 minutes) - Objective: To learn how to access the digitized census records. Extracting Genealogical Information (38 minutes) - Objective: To learn how to read the basic genealogical information found in census records. You can use the lobby button in the left hand bar to skip between the different classes.
Descendancy Research is the process of finding all of the descendants (children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, etc.) of one of your ancestors. Descendancy research is a great way of connecting with living relatives and gives you the opportunity to continue learning about your family even if research on your ancestral lines has stalled. This lesson will give you step-by-step instructions on how to research descendants using the resources of FamilySearch.org.
What can you learn from a census record? Watch this video to find out how to read a 1930 U.S. Census record and learn how this record can help you discover more on Ancestry.com.
What is a census? What is a census substitute, how do I find it and when do I use it?