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Saturday, November 7, 2015

County Records offer the Genealogist the most hope!

Old Home in Yorktown, Virginia
After the census records are researched, the next stop is the county records. where your ancestors resided.  It is all there, from the time that they purchased a home or land and recorded the deed, until the probate of the last will and testament and the tax digest revealed them delinquent for on taxes!   One of the most interesting stories lies in the reading of the will and estate papers because it reveals the life and times of the decedent. 

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Anonymous said...

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