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In this lesson you will learn how to locate the place of origin of your French ancestor, determine the right spelling of the name, and use dates correctly.
GenealogyBank.com is a valuable resource that provides information from 4300 newspapers from 1690 to the present. It is estimated that it contains over 1 billion names.
In this introduction to Polish research course Cecile Wendt Jensen will dispel the myths that records were destroyed during the world wars and that language barriers make Polish research difficult. She will also give examples and suggestions on how to use records, databases and archives.
Many feel land records only indicate where and how much land your ancestor owned. However, there are times when these records may assist in linking families. In this short lesson state and county land records will be discussed and where these records can be located and what information they may contain. The last lesson in this series is Pennsylvania Research: County Court and Probate Records.