We are excited to release the recorded copy of “Determining Your Ancestor’s Migration Chain”
Your migrating ancestor probably did not travel alone—someone they knew likely went to the area before they did, when they did, or after they did. Perhaps all three events happened. Your ancestor may have travelled from point A to point B with a neighbor, relative, or associate. Sometimes researching those associates can assist with researching the actual ancestor. This session looks at ways to determine who the likely travelling companions are, how to determine what settlement pattern your ancestor was a part of, and how to use that information to enhance your research.
This session is aimed for intermediate level researchers.
Order the handout and presentation here for immediate download.