Death records can help you find an ancestor’s death date and help you gather clues to break through your genealogy brick walls. Death records include death certificates, cemetery records, and more. There are many resources to help you find an ancestor’s death date, this video covers the three I found for my genealogy case study.
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Clues on an Ancestor’s Death Record – Genealogy Brick Wall Research https://www.familyhistoryfanatics.com/post/genealogy-clues-on-death-records
Clues on Death Records for My Genealogy Brick Wall: The John Townley Case Study https://www.familyhistoryfanatics.com/post/john-townley-death-records
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