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Comments on: Upcoming Genealogy Events in Tulsa http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=377 Come back to class to see what's new. Sun, 02 Jun 2013 15:51:37 -0400 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.4 hourly 1 By: bbmeehan http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=377&cpage=1#comment-239 bbmeehan Tue, 18 Oct 2011 23:13:44 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=377#comment-239 Charles (E), One of the best approaches to dealing with a "dead-end" is to learn all you can about the subject's family, neighbors, and associates. If you can't find much on him, maybe you can learn more from the records, or the descendants, of his brother. Also, we will be covering court records tomorrow and land records next week. Land especially will likely be the way that you can learn more about your ancestor. I would recommend that you study Marsha Hoffman Rising's book if you haven't already. The title is <em>The Family Tree Problem Solver. Tried-and-True Tactics for Tracing Elusive Ancestors</em>, and the Tulsa City County Library has four copies that are not checked out (as well as several copies of an earlier work with almost the same name). Barbara Charles (E),

One of the best approaches to dealing with a “dead-end” is to learn all you can about the subject’s family, neighbors, and associates. If you can’t find much on him, maybe you can learn more from the records, or the descendants, of his brother.

Also, we will be covering court records tomorrow and land records next week. Land especially will likely be the way that you can learn more about your ancestor. I would recommend that you study Marsha Hoffman Rising’s book if you haven’t already. The title is The Family Tree Problem Solver. Tried-and-True Tactics for Tracing Elusive Ancestors, and the Tulsa City County Library has four copies that are not checked out (as well as several copies of an earlier work with almost the same name).

Barbara

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By: Charles Ellis http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=377&cpage=1#comment-233 Charles Ellis Tue, 18 Oct 2011 18:25:00 +0000 http://desktopgenerations.com/blog/?p=377#comment-233 Barbara I finally am getting around to stating why I am taking your course at BAUMC. I have a GGGGf and GGGGm, the oldest link in my family that seems to be a dead-end. I hope to get some clues about how to find my ancestors beyond this GGGGf and GGGGm. He was born in N. Carolina 24 May 1784, married on 21 Sept 1805 in Jefferson County, TN. There seems to be no way to find out about his father or grandfather. I always been told he was Welch. He could have been a pirate who jumped ship to land in North Carolina for all I know. CAE Barbara I finally am getting around to stating why I am taking your course at BAUMC. I have a GGGGf and GGGGm, the oldest link in my family that seems to be a dead-end. I hope to get some clues about how to find my ancestors beyond this GGGGf and GGGGm. He was born in N. Carolina 24 May 1784, married on 21 Sept 1805 in Jefferson County, TN. There seems to be no way to find out about his father or grandfather. I always been told he was Welch. He could have been a pirate who jumped ship to land in North Carolina for all I know. CAE

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