Read any instruction how-to book on genealogy… And you’ll find suggestions, strong suggestions, to create a timeline on your ancestor AND on the places he or she lived. Lucky for those researching Alabama…. William Dollarhide, well-known genealogist, wrote an article on 6/20/13 for GenealogyBlog titled, “A Genealogist’s Historical Timeline of Alabama, 1519-1820“. For any research in …
Family Tree Magazine posted on their Pinterest board an easy-to-use general guideline military records chart to help you know which wars to research based on birth year. For example: If your ancestor was born in 1819, then research the Civil War and the Mexican War. See the military records chart. Note: You don’t have to …
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