Mastering family, library & church records
—Quillen, W. Daniel.
Book
2012
5 available of 5 items

Many genealogists {u2013} beginners as well as experienced researchers {u2013} overlook records that are often available at their fingertips. Quillen helps genealogists find, explore and extract the most relevant information from these records. Family records often supply genealogists with far more information than most individuals are aware. Sources such as family bibles, legal papers, letters and even old photos can provide great data. Church records in particular are routinely overlooked but can provide a wealth of genealogical information, often extending family trees back {u2013} and forward {u2013} several generations. Libraries are often great depositories of information that go unsearched as genealogists explore more exotic sources of information such as Ancestry.com, Genealogy.com and CyndisList.com.

Item Details
Series:
Quillen's essentials of genealogy
Subjects:
Church archives.
Family records.
Library records.
United States -- Archival resources.
United States -- Genealogy.
ISBN:
9781593601638
1593601638
Publisher, Date:
Cold Spring Harbor, NY : Cold Spring Press, c2012.
Description:
144 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes:
Includes index.
LSC $12.95
Link to PAC
More Information