Going In-Depth: February 2017 (PDF)

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

  • Ladies First: “Monday’s Wash Day: Laundry Through the Ages” By Janet Few
  • Getting Started: “The 1830 Census” By Jenny Lanctot 
  • Back to Your French Ancestors: “Parisian Ancestors? Get Ready for a Long and Incredible Journey” By Sophie Boudarel
  • Modus Operandi: “Genealogical Proof Standard Step by Step Element 4-Resolving Conflicts” By Cheri Hudson Passey
  • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Did Your Scottish Ancestors Work in the Mines?” By Christine Woodcock
  • Going Dutch: “Church Books in the Netherlands. Part 2: A Detailed Description” By John Boeren
  • “RootsTech Recap” By Christine Woodcock
  • Index of Surnames, Places, and Subjects
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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:

Ladies First: “Monday’s Wash Day: Laundry Through the Ages We continue investigating the working lives of our female ancestors, covering both paid employment and household tasks with Janet. In this issue we are examining the weekly chore that was laundering the family’s clothes. By Janet Few

Getting Started: “The 1830 Census” The farther back you go, the harder census records are to interpret. The 1830 is no exception. Take an in-depth look at the 1830 census to point your research in the right direction. By Jenny Lanctot

Back to Your French Ancestors: “Parisian Ancestors? Get Ready for a Long and Incredible Journey” Genealogy in Paris might be a little tricky. But with some tips, going through the Archives of Paris is like living her history. By Sophie Boudarel

Modus Operandi: “Genealogical Proof Standard Step by Step Element 4-Resolving Conflicts” Things not adding up in your research? Are documents telling different stories? Resolving Conflicts is a necessary step in reaching a conclusion about an ancestor. By Cheri Hudson Passey

In Search of Your Scottish Roots: Did Your Scottish Ancestors Work in the Mines?While never a pleasant occupation, the conditions prior to the Mines and Collieries Act of 1842 were nothing short of abysmal. Mines belonged to the landowner. And miners belonged to the mine owner. In this article, Christine shares the history of Scottish mining and the impact it had on our ancestors’ lives. By Christine Woodcock

Going Dutch: “Church Books in the Netherlands. Part 2: A Detailed Description” Church books or parish registers in the Netherlands go all the way back to the end of the 16th century. The Catholic Church, the Dutch Reformed church and the local government registered baptisms, marriages, and burials. A detailed description with examples. By John Boeren

“RootsTech Recap” Get the scoop on all the goings on from RootsTech in Salt Lake City this year. By Christine Woodcock

Index of Surnames, Places, and Subjects

 

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