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Garry Bryant tells his story. Taking an interest in his family history helped him understand who he is. Garry found his ancestors and learned many of them had served in The American Revolution. Learn how you can find your ancestors in census records and military reords, both of which are a wonderful resource.
Go inside a maximum security prison to meet inmates who pursue their genealogy through computers. Their excitement and happiness in connecting with their ancestors is infectious. Richard Eastman shows how computers have shaped how we do genealogy; how we can retrieve personal data from a CD ROM.
Search your home to find treasures that will lead you to know who your ancestors are and how you can come to know them.
We will learn why we should use church records, how to find them, types of church records and information found in them, and ways to determine an ancestor's religion