Friday, January 18, 2019

Census Records are Fine, but ....

Census Records are Fine, but ....

To trace your family tree further back in time will require researching county records such as wills, estates, marriages, deeds, tax records, etc.  That limits your research on Ancestry to ca 1850, perhaps to 1790 if you can untangle the names and dates.  Lots of family information is available in public records kept at court houses.  Many court house records are now online on Georgia Pioneers (8 genealogy websites) for Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.  That makes it easier than visiting State Archives or local court houses!


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