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Researching Documents

Our ancestors were people that made many sacrifices so we could be here today. By acknowledging their triumphs and defeats, we bring a family history together. A genealogist becomes a student of history, geography, economics and sociology. The paper trail with which your ancestors have left behind is what every genealogist looks for to piece together a family history. The following list describes the most common documents to search for:



bullet Land bullet Birth bullet Marriage bullet Death
bullet Wills bullet Taxes bullet Homesteads bullet Military
bullet Census bullet Photos bullet Gazetteers bullet Directories
bullet Courthouse bullet Estates bullet Obituaries bullet Medical
bullet Cemetery bullet Voter Lists bullet Church bullet Diaries
bullet Photographs bullet School Houses bullet Newspapers bullet Local Histories
bullet Family Bibles bullet Immigration bullet Passenger Lists bullet Home Children
bullet Naturalization bullet Lineage Societies


When a genealogical problem needs to be answered, the researcher must analyze the information provided and develop a research plan. The internet is an excellent and easy method to find documents but unfortunately, only a mere fraction of genealogical documents are digitized and available on the web. Most documents need to be viewed in libraries, archives and repositories or copies of inter-library loan material needs to be requested. Hiring a professional genealogist can make these searches much easier.

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