We are still in gear up mode here at Casefile Clues, but it is good to be back. Writing the newsletter regularly again has reminded me of the importance of writing as a part of the research process, even if the […]
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We are offering sessions of our popular US land and probate classes this February. Additional details are on our announcement page.
Issue 3-49 is out. It looks at an 1889 will for a German immigrant to Illinois. Other than the names, the will has nothing to do with the testator being German. The issues and analysis are really independent of the […]
There are two separate filmings of the will of Ulfert Behrens in Adams County, Illinois. It appears that there are several wills in the late 19th century for Adams County, Illinois, that were microfilmed twice. We’re using that will for […]
The next issue of Casefile Clues should go out 28 January. It looks at an 1889 will from Adams County, Illinois. It’s part of an ongoing study of a German immigrant family whose estate settlements are somewhat atypical. While not discussed […]
Note: This was recently posted to my Rootdig.com blog, but am reposting it here as it relates to our latest issue. I’m not really certain that I’m happy with it, but I’ve settled on a working citation for probate materials from Ancestry.com collection. My concern […]
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The Casefile Clues blog has moved to http://casefileclues.genealogytipoftheday.com This will streamline my workflow and make it easier to send out the free updates about the newsletter and newsletter content. We are working on refining our new blog, so please be patient as […]
We’ve moved the Casefile Clues blog to this site to facilitate my workflow. Welcome!