8187RE: [Genealogy Research Club] New Researcher with Question
- Aug 1 6:54 AMYou can look for grave markers, obits, court documents, probates.
if when the person dies they had small children then most times a
guardianship was provide through the courts
Just a few ideas
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As I go further back in time, the existence of death certificates
become more rare. What is the accepted form of identification in these
instances? Does gravestone information suffice?
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