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This is part of the death register entry for Elizabeth Rampley who died in Hancock County, Illinois, in 1883. There are quite a few blanks on it–both expected and unexpected. A death register entry is different from a death certificate–and […]
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Now that Casefile Clues is back on track, I’m realizing how much fun it actually is to write and I’m reminded of how important actual writing, summarizing, and compiling analysis is to research. It is one thing to think through your reasoning […]
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Issue 3-51 is in draft mode. It looks at an 1895 will for a potential uncle of mine–Tamme Focken Tammen. The will was found thanks to the statewide probate indexes at Ancestry.com. Tamme died in a location where I had […]
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As we continue to play catchup, we’ll be using examples from several Civil War pension files I’ve obtained over the past several years. Complete pension files are often helpful when the veteran (or his widow if she survived him) was […]