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''[[Czech Republic|Czech Republic]][[Image:Gotoarrow.png]][[Czech Republic Getting Started|Getting Started]][[Image:Gotoarrow.png]]'''Tips for Beginners'''''  
 
''[[Czech Republic|Czech Republic]][[Image:Gotoarrow.png]][[Czech Republic Getting Started|Getting Started]][[Image:Gotoarrow.png]]'''Tips for Beginners'''''  
  
*You can calculate an approximate date from other information you know. A birth date can be calculated from a persons age.  
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*You can calculate an approximate date from other information you know. A birth date can be calculated from a persons age given on the marriage or death record.
 
*If you do not know where the event took place, back up to the place where you have some record of him or her and work from there, such as other places where the person lived, last known address, place of residence of family members or relatives, or location of the school attended by that person.
 
*If you do not know where the event took place, back up to the place where you have some record of him or her and work from there, such as other places where the person lived, last known address, place of residence of family members or relatives, or location of the school attended by that person.
  
 
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Czech RepublicGotoarrow.pngGetting StartedGotoarrow.pngTips for Beginners

  • You can calculate an approximate date from other information you know. A birth date can be calculated from a persons age given on the marriage or death record.
  • If you do not know where the event took place, back up to the place where you have some record of him or her and work from there, such as other places where the person lived, last known address, place of residence of family members or relatives, or location of the school attended by that person.