Student Lecture, His Name Was What? A Case Study by Jessica Burleson. Come join us June 12th at 5 PM Eastern
A study of local history informs us about how our ancestors lived as part of a community as well as where they lived.
This course discusses the various types of records created by military service, such as service records, muster rolls, pension records, and draft registration. Records of conflicts of the United States and colonial America from the early colonial wars of the seventeenth century to the Second World War are included.
An examination of the history, structure and genealogical research possibilities of the 1801-1911 censuses, as well as the 1939 National Register of England and Wales.
Kinship is an important aspect of genealogical research and documents our extended family members. Identifying some relationships is easy; defining other relationships is more complex.