Look at this kids! All you had to do was go to the letter of the last name of the person you want to call, then hit open, then scroll to the name, then pick up the phone and dial... that easy!!!! Who needs a smart phone?
We are familiar with the traditional birth certificate research. We use those for documenting the birth date of an ancestor, their parents' names, and their location in time. But you do not have to go too far back in your research timeline to a point when formal birth records were required. The question in your research very quickly becomes... How do you determine a birth date for your ancestor in the absence of a birth certificate?
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