Dating friends reunited census family
Sign up using the link below to find out what you can uncover about your family. Many of you are probably nodding your head right now because you’ve already found a good deal of information in a state census..However, a recent comment by a Family History Daily reader reminded us that there is another related resource group that many people researching US ancestors are either unaware of, or regularly underuse. Others many be wondering — what the heck is a state census?Let’s take a look at a census record from the Minnesota 1885 census, one of eight state census collections easily available online from that year.
Genealogy Supplies recognised the importance of the records and applied and won the bid to make these available online as part of The National Archives LIA scheme.Family Search does require login for some of these records, but since a membership is always free you have nothing to lose.Their birth, marriage and death records date as far back as the 13th century (Dublin Will and Grant Books Index 1270-1858) and include records of over 400,000 gravestones and church memorials, over 150,000 newspaper obituaries and four indexes to wills.Non-Conformist records go back to the mid-1600's when various groups refused to conform to the Church of England and wished to have religious freedom to worship in their own way.These groups include Presbyterians, Congregationalists, Baptists, Quakers, Methodists, Catholics and Unitarians.