Here you will find various genealogy records I've discovered during my research. These are some of the primary sources I've used as evidence for my conclusions.
Most records concern my direct-line ancestors, but there are some that concern collateral lines as well. These will be helpful to distant cousins researching their own lines. Many times the record of a brother or sister of an ancestor will provide clues about family relationships.
Note: I have reorganized my presentation of research records. I no longer have separate collections for newspapers, census records, and vital records including birth, baptism, marriage and death certificates. Instead, these items now appear within the family group sheets, under each individual or family to which they correspond. For instance, rather than display a collection of all birth records, you can now see a particular individual's birth record by finding their name in the family group sheets section. Click on the multimedia gallery links you will see there.
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