Re: [Genealogy Research Club] A novice.
- --- Hi
Thanks for the reply. sorry it took so long to reply, I am in Germany
on business. I am trying to resond via this method, never tried it
before away from home!
My father and his family are not morman, they are catholic.
I have been on their site, in fact it was there where I was able to
get their DOB. So I know the DOB, for both people, what ai dont know
what to do is start going backwards!
I live in the UK, so I dont know the laws or rules. I know if I
request a bith certificate that I must offer some identification etc!?
In email@example.com, "Melissa Abel"
> Wow...then I would say you probably lucked out. If his parentswere born in Utah, I would assume they are Mormon. Have you heard of
the Church of Latter-Day Saints? Part of their religious training
involves detailing their family history. Utah was settled by the
founder of the church, John Smith, in the late 1800s and the
population is predominantly Mormon. Check out their family history
website at www.familysearch.org. This is a free site. Click on the
search tab and plug in their names in the various areas such as
Ancestral File and see what you come up with. Even if they are not
Mormon, it would be a good starting place. ....Melissa Abel
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Paul Thompson" <pault41@t...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [Genealogy Research Club] A novice.
> Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 18:16:27 -0000
> > Hi
> > I am a new member and also a novice in anything to do with
> > genealogy.
> > I am an Englishman with an American father who was based in the
> > in the 1950's. I only managed to find him last year and now weare
> > very close. AAAH!can,
> > Anyway, I would like to trace his family line back as far as I
> > it would be great if I can find the detail back to the old world.I
> > think his roots are from Denmark and Ireland.Utah
> > The detail I have so far is that his parents were both born in
> > around about 1901-2.quest.
> > I would appreciate any advice as how I might proceed with this
> > Thanks.
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