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  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] {{Template:Kentucky (Red Book)}}
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  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...les and indexes at the Family History Library. An appendix lists where the records are found for twelve states whose schedules are not at the library. Origina
    18 KB (2,578 words) - 14:01, 4 June 2010
  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu ...merations, 1782–1785''.<ref>Bureau of the Census, ''Bureau of the Census Records of State Enumerations, 1782–1785'' (1908; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogica
    4 KB (607 words) - 14:29, 16 January 2018
  • '''This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]] and [[Matthew Wright]] in ''[[The Source: A Gu Bureau of the Census. ''Records of State Enumerations, 1782–1785''. 1908; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogica
    19 KB (2,516 words) - 14:02, 4 June 2010
  • ...), the complete United States 1790 census, and published revolutionary war records from most of the colonies. ...00,000 family group records submitted by LDS church members. Most of these records were microfilmed; the submission code is listed with the submitter’s name
    54 KB (8,512 words) - 14:28, 16 January 2018
  • ...is article originally appeared in "Business, Institution, and Organization Records" by [[Kay Haviland Freilich]], CG, CGL, and [[Ann Carter Fleming]], CG, CGL Benedict, Karen M. ''A Select Bibliography on Business Archives and Records Management''. Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1981.
    30 KB (3,730 words) - 22:28, 16 November 2017
  • ...increasing number of Anglo settlements, battles with Native Americans over land rights, constantly violated Native American treaties, and numerous changes ...teenth and early eighteenth centuries. The area of today’s Tennessee and Kentucky served as a hunting ground for many other native groups. Choctaws claimed t
    9 KB (1,359 words) - 13:06, 6 May 2010
  • [[Category: U.S. Land Records]] Tennessee is a [[State-Land State]].
    5 KB (752 words) - 14:27, 16 January 2018
  • ...each category at the county seat, but this is not meant to imply that all records are extant from that date. County formation is from information supplied by ...is is a county-by-county guide to published WPA typescript and microfilmed records.
    21 KB (2,420 words) - 16:55, 29 October 2012
  • ...and on microfilm. In addition to AISI indexes and online access to census records (see page 3), other published indexes of federal population schedules are a ...amily members. This is available at the Texas State Library as part of the records group contained in the Nacogdoches Archives section for 1753 to 1836 on mic
    5 KB (726 words) - 14:22, 16 January 2018
  • ...l events occurred that had far-reaching impact. Free settlers were granted land, establishing property ownership. The House of Burgesses, America’s first ...prime opportunity. The London Company lured these people to Virginia with land.
    7 KB (1,017 words) - 14:18, 16 January 2018
  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] ...provide only the name of the soldier and the unit in which he served. The records consist primarily of rosters, rolls, and lists that survived the wars and s
    12 KB (1,709 words) - 15:35, 19 November 2012
  • ...rched at [http://www.familysearch.org www.familysearch.org]. Most original records remain in the county and independent city courthouses. ...ties have been absorbed by independent cities. To the extent possible, the records of the county are detailed separately from those of an independent city.
    42 KB (4,851 words) - 16:40, 29 October 2012
  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
    60 KB (9,316 words) - 00:44, 19 June 2017
  • ...and interpreters to the French voyageurs and fur traders. Southerners from Kentucky, Virginia, and North Carolina who migrated to Wisconsin during the territor ...aties on one parcel of land, requiring at times the repurchase of the same land.
    10 KB (1,435 words) - 11:44, 21 June 2010
  • [[Category: U.S. Federal, State, and County Court Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Court Records" by [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]], FUGA, [[Loretto Dennis Szucs]], FUGA, a
    36 KB (4,817 words) - 14:19, 16 January 2018
  • =Records= ...which became known as “proprietary grants.” This separate proprietary land office was established by Charles II in that year as part of his political
    6 KB (959 words) - 13:45, 22 July 2010
  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Military Records" by [[Lloyd deWitt Bockstruck]], MA, MS, and [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]]
    27 KB (4,148 words) - 10:52, 13 April 2013
  • [[Category: U.S. Military Records]] '''This article originally appeared in "Military Records" by [[Lloyd deWitt Bockstruck]], MA, MS, and [[Sandra Hargreaves Luebking]]
    139 KB (19,104 words) - 21:19, 11 April 2013
  • ...Protestant frequently differed, and those differences dictate the types of records to be used. ...research because of their multilayered bureaucracies, the sheer volume of records created by enormous populations, and a lack of printed indexes and access t
    51 KB (7,949 words) - 09:08, 26 March 2014
  • ...you’ll likely be able to use that information to find church or cemetery records. Likewise, if the newspaper indicates that the death was sudden or unexpect ...rmation may also open the door to possible court, cemetery, land, or other records.
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