Finding Ancestors in the Census; Probing into Probate: Estate Files; and Same Name, Must be Same Person?
*Censuses and estate files are some of the most useful genealogical documents, as they usually show a family group and the relationships of the members of the group. Learn about working with censuses, and learn about the documents in estate files, their purpose, how to access them, and how they can help you learn more about your ancestors.
*Learn how to sort out two or more people in your research area who have the same name.
Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer has a master’s degree in library science and graduate certificate in archives. She started doing genealogical research in 1979, and has been a Vice-Chairman for Lineage Research in New York State for the NSDAR since 2013. She belongs to several genealogical societies. Her training as a librarian helps in developing talks about research for genealogists.
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