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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Record of Death – How This Can Help in Filling the Blanks of your Family Tree

The key to most genealogists’ success is the location of marriage, birth, and death records. They are sources that are created on the local or town level, but can give you an abundance of information as well as confirmation. For the most part, you probably know that such records are found through the county. However, many death records and the like in New England are found through the town clerks. You should be able to find death records dating back through the middle of the 1600’s. A1 Range Hoods
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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

How to Follow-up Leads for Possible Native American Ancestors

One of the most difficult tasks in creating a family tree is following up leads in your Native American ancestry. Many modern tribes today do not keep records that go back very far. One of the first places you should begin to look is the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The BIA was established in 1824 and was originally part of the War Department. Most of the bureaus tasks included treaty making and breaking and recruiting other tribes to help fight in the war. Adoption
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