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Great Aunt - Origins

Relative Origins

by kimbro
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Where My Great Aunt Was From Have you taken up genealogy as a hobby and you are becoming frustrated because you’ve suddenly realized the project isn’t nearly as easy as you thought it would be? You’re not alone, many people jump head first into building family trees or history books, only to discover that beyond their immediate family, they know little else about their other relatives. If you need to fill in the missing pieces to the relations puzzle, it’s always a good idea to ask others, such as your parents, cousins, aunts, uncles, etc.; about the person whose facts [...]
Divorce Records

Where To Find Divorce Records.

by kimbro
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When Did Anyone Get Divorced? Depending on the size of your family or if you have any estranged relatives, piecing together your family history and making a record of it can be a challenge. You may be able to learn information from different relations, but what you will likely discover is that there are a lot of gaps in your tree. In order to fill these naked branches you might have to go beyond relying on the memories of others, and find more solid proof with public records. For instance, you might be aware that your great aunt and uncle [...]
Death Record

Where To Find Death Records.

by kimbro
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One part of life that we all must face is death. However, death is not always as scary as we think. Those that have come before us in our families may have died, but they were people that lived long before us, and they are people that we obviously have never known in person. When you want to know more about those people, and to verify that they were in your family, you have to know where to find records (that you can trust) of their deaths. Tombstones are not alwaysplace your ad one hundred percent accurate, but most are. [...]
Vital Records

Vital Records

by kimbro
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Where Are My Mom's Vital Records? There may come a time when you will need someone’s vital records. Legal documents, such as birth certificates, death records, marriage license, divorce decrees, and criminal record, as well as other personal information including past and current address info and phone numbers, names of relatives, neighbors, family members, etc., are all considered vital. Did you know that you can find all of these details online with a public records lookup? Hence, if you needed to find out information about someone close to you, such as your mother, this can be done with a simplified [...]