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School records are an often overlooked #familyhistory resource, but can contain valuable information about your #ancestors. Learn where to find these #records and how to use them in your #genealogy research.
"School Days" heritage layout: Upcycle an old school yearbook to make this, using a photo of the school building for background. Scan old photos with Pic Scanner app for iPhone & iPad, apply the app's retro filters, then reprint for use. Layout from digitalscrapbookplace.com


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Funeral Home Records Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki

Funeral Home Records

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Explore city directories for your ancestors! City directories are valuable research tools as you work to break down those genealogy brick walls. #genealogy #citydirectories #ancestors
Old City Directories – Before the Internet. Old city directories are some of the most underused genealogical sources available. In addition to the listings for your ancestors and their neighbors, you can often find the history, businesses and attractions of the city that they lived in. -- from Genealogy Blog by Leland & Patty Meitzler (Sep.10, 2012)

Genealogy--City Directories

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4 Types of Land Records That Can Help Solve Genealogy "Brick Walls"

Land Records

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Just as other churches and denominations recorded events in their religious life, the Quakers did as well. Friends were thorough record keepers and their records date back into the 1600′s. Great for your genealogy research!
Finding Methodist Church Records to Use in Genealogy Research

Genealogy Records Church

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Using tax records in your genealogy research can help you learn about your ancestry by bridging information gaps between census years and adding more detail to your family tree. #freegenealogy #familyhistory #genealogyresearch #ancestry

Genealogy records tax

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Estate records are a common source of genealogical information. I daresay estate and probate records are among some of the first records a researcher seeks out. Why? Well, you certainly find information on the deceased, but more often I am after information about any other family members that are mentioned.  Multiple generations can also be found among the pages of an estate record.

Genealogy US Probate Records

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