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Back to [[Portal:Denmark|Denmark Portal Page]]►  
 
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Begin with family and home sources. Look for names, dates, and places on certificates ([[Denmark: Attester (Certificates)|attester in Danish), family Bibles, obituaries, diaries, and similar sources. Ask your relatives for any additional information they may have. It's likely that your second cousin, great-aunt, or other relative already has some family information. Organize the information you find, and record it on pedigree charts and family group records.
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Begin with family and home sources. Look for names, dates, and places on certificates ( [[Denmark: Attester (Certificates)|attester in Danish]]), family Bibles, obituaries, diaries, and similar sources. Ask your relatives for any additional information they may have. It's likely that your second cousin, great-aunt, or other relative already has some family information. Organize the information you find, and record it on pedigree charts and family group records.
  
 
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Revision as of 22:31, 16 October 2008

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Begin with family and home sources. Look for names, dates, and places on certificates ( attester in Danish), family Bibles, obituaries, diaries, and similar sources. Ask your relatives for any additional information they may have. It's likely that your second cousin, great-aunt, or other relative already has some family information. Organize the information you find, and record it on pedigree charts and family group records.