The loss of the 1890 census created genealogy brick walls for many family history researchers. We share tips to help you find answers to extend your family history, despite record loss. What Happened to the 1890 Census? 100 years ago, the 1890 U.S. Federal Census began its slow journey to almost complete destruction. On 10 […]
Rachel holds a Bachelor’s in Middle East Studies and Arabic and is working towards a second degree in Family History Research from Brigham Young University-Idaho. She has worked in the genealogy field for the past five years helping people break through their brick walls using both DNA and traditional research. She has a knack for solving tough cases with probate, court, and land records and her regional expertise is in the Southern United States, New Jersey, and New York.
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Posted On: January 4, 2021 at 11:57AM