HOW TO FIND YOUR ANCESTORS BEFORE 1790

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Times are Changing. There is lots of information about your Ancestors online now!

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Freedom is a precious heritage won by our Ancestors!  But do we really know who we are?  To learn some answers about ourselves we must look into the past...into the lives of those who brought us here. Discovering ancestors is not only fun, but surprising.  The lineage doubles every generation (into the past), which makes for an unlimited resource of ancestors who were part of the histories which we study today.  For example, it is easy to trace the lineage back to a Revolutionary War Soldier.  Gosh!  The pension itself is loaded with information about the battles they fought and famous officers they served with. You just don't know how this goes, until you read the pension.  Then, there are the Civil War Pensions.  Of course, the old wills, estates, deeds, tax digests really open the puzzle to a wonderfully new perspective. The old script used is beautifully executed with a quill and india ink.  Some of these documents are simply worth framing! 

The census records are not enough.  To find ancestors, one must also research county records where your ancestors resided or where you thought they were.  This is a must!  For one thing, the records, such as wills, estates, marriages, inventories, sales, guardianships will provide names of heirs.  Additionally, the tiny details which lead to the next source.  For example, in the estate of Henry Holland of Jasper County, an Annual Return made by the administrator revealed a letter sent to Holland, Virginia.  From there, it was easy to find this place as the family seat.  Another resource are  receipts from heirs sometimes found in the estates, including husbands of the daughters.  Of course, if you look in the marriage records, that is where the marriage was recorded with the name and full date of the record.  The 8 genealogy websites contain county records easy to view online!   First, become a member, then view/print/download your ancestor's old will or estate.  It is really cool!

www.georgiapioneers.com
www.kentuckypioneers.com
www.southeasterngenealogy.com
www.northcarolinapioneers.com
www.genealogy-books.com
www.gagraduates.com
www.southcarolinapioneers.net
www.virginiapioneers.net

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Friday, August 14, 2015

SEE HOW EASY IT IS TO VIEW OLD WILLS ON GEORGIA PIONEERS



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Monday, August 3, 2015

Images of Charlton Co. GA Wills, Genealogy Resources

Charlton County Probate Records

Folkston, GeorgiaPictured is Folkston, Georgia.

Probate Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Index to Letters of Administration and Letters of Guardianship (1879 to 1889)
  • Index to Wills, Book A (1868 to 1911)
  • Index to Wills, Book R (1912 to 1960)
  • Inventory of Homesteads (1899 to 1912)
  • Minutes (1878 to 1888)
  • Letters of Administration (1884 to 1892)
  • Bonds of City Officials (1877 to 1891)
Images of Wills 1868 to 1912

Allen, G. W., Sr.
Bryant, Elizabeth
Hodges, Willis
Johnson, Elizabeth
Kenison, J. R.
Love, Henry
Mizell, Joshua
Scott, John
Smith, Francis
Thompson, James
White, John, Sr.
Wright, J. C.
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