Going In-Depth: April 2017 (PDF)

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Here’s what is in this issue of the magazine:

  • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Going In-Depth with Your Scottish Research” By Christine Woodcock
  • Going Dutch: “Dutch Notarial Records” By John Boeren
  • Blue and Gray Trails: “Your Civil War Ancestor’s Military Service – Where to Get the Best Information” By Cindy Freed
  • “Why Would Mom Keep That Cracked Teacup?” By Jennifer Alford
  • Back to Your French Ancestors: “Parisian Ancestors? Get Ready for a Long Incredible Journey, Part II” By Sophie Boudarel
  • Ladies First: “Mixers, Dippers, and Boxers: The Match Girls” By Janet Few
  • Modus Operandi: “Collateral Research-Looking for the Whole Bunch” By Cheri Hudson Passey
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Want to read Going In-Depth magazine, but don't want to commit to a subscription?  Purchase the PDF for your own use!

Here's what is in this issue of the magazine:

  • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Going In-Depth with Your Scottish Research” Once you determine where your Scottish ancestors are from you can dig into the many records available to you. In this article, Christine goes in-depth to share where to find civil, birth, marriage, and death records to get you on your way. By Christine Woodcock
  • Going Dutch: “Dutch Notarial Records” Civil records and population registers are essential for basic facts about your 19th or 20th century Dutch ancestors. These records tell you more about births, marriages and deaths, or about the places where they lived. But these sources give you hardly any background information. If you want to know more about their belongings, their houses and lands, their jobs and businesses, their financial situation or their legal arrangements, you have to dive into the records of notaries. By John Boeren
  • Blue and Gray Trails: “Your Civil War Ancestor’s Military Service - Where to Get the Best Information” There are a number of valuable resources for Civil War genealogy research. Compiled Military Service Records (CMSR) rank as one of the best. Find out what they are and how to research them, along with a couple little known and under-used resource tips that are a related to CMSRs. By Cindy Freed
  • “Why Would Mom Keep That Cracked Teacup?” When it comes to items you consider family heirlooms, it may not be as apparent to outsiders. Whether you realize it or not, all of your special treasures are at risk of being tossed out with the trash in the future. It’s sad to consider, but only you can pass on their value as the keeper of treasures. In this article learn about some strategies to help save your family heirlooms for generations to come. By Jennifer Alford
  • Back to Your French Ancestors: “Parisian Ancestors? Get Ready for a Long Incredible Journey, Part II” Genealogy in Paris might be a little tricky. Besides the Archives of Paris, other sources can help you trace your Parisian ancestry. By Sophie Boudarel
  • Ladies First: “Mixers, Dippers, and Boxers: The Match Girls” Telling the story of the working conditions and exploitation of those employed in London’s late Victorian match factories. Learn about the risks to health for the employees who were predominantly young women. Find out about the industrial action that helped to improve the environment in which these girls worked and became a landmark in the history of both the trade union and women’s rights movements. By Janet Few
  • Modus Operandi: “Collateral Research-Looking for the Whole Bunch” Have you ignored your ancestor’s siblings or other family members when trying to answer your genealogy questions? Like grapes grow in a bunch, your ancestors most likely didn’t grow and have experiences alone. Researching collateral lines may give you the clues you need! By Cheri Hudson Passey

 

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