Saturday, December 5, 2015

Before the 17th century, finding Genealogy is Tedious

London,, 16th century
One of the interests of the genealogist is to find the country (or place) of origin of his ancestors, as well as the families and friends.  Colonists married neighbors and received entertainment with them in social gatherings.  Once the genealogist arrives at the 17th century, finding records becomes for tedious.  Yet, our ancestors were part of history, and tidbits of information concerning them is scattered about in a wide variety of resources. A unique list of "Origins" of some of the earliest settlers to Virginia is compiled and published on Virginia Pioneers

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Need to know if your ancestors left a will or estate record?  An easy, quick (and free) way to find out is to click on the links below.

County Records of 8 Genealogy Websites

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