Genealogical Research in Ohio (Google eBook)

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Genealogical Publishing Com, 2003 - Reference - 366 pages
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Contents

Naturalization Records
118
Newspapers
120
Patriotic and Lineage Societies
125
Periodicals
126
Probate Records
130
School Records
132
Tax Records
133
Township Records
135

State Library of Ohio
35
Western Reserve Historical Society
38
Other Major Genealogical Collections
41
Guides to Repositories
47
Major Resources
49
Cemetery Records
51
Census Records and Census Substitutes
53
Ohio Census Indexes Summary
59
Church Records
63
Court Records
66
Directories
68
Divorce Records
70
Ethnic Records
72
Family and Home Sources
74
Genealogical Collections
76
Handbooks Manuals and Bibliographies
79
Institutional Records and Lodges
82
Internet Resources
83
Internet Addresses
84
Land and Property Records
93
Local Histories and Biographies
102
Maps Atlases and Gazetteers
105
Marriage Records
107
Migration and Immigration Records
110
Military Records
113
Vital Records
136
Substitutes for Missing or Incomplete Civil Vital Records Information in Ohio
140
Conclusion
144
Ohio Counties
147
Ohio County Records
152
AddressesOhio
158
AddressesOutside Ohio
198
Family History Centers in Ohio
201
Ohio Genealogical Society Chapters
204
Bibliography
209
Bibliographies Guides and Finding Aids
210
Biographies and Genealogies
224
Churches and Religious Organizations
240
Ethnic Sources
251
Guidebooks and Methodology
256
History
261
Indexes and Genealogical Sources
282
Maps Atlases Gazetteers and Geographical Finding Aids
295
Migration Emigration and Immigration
303
Military Records and Military History
315
Periodicals and Newsletters
327
Ohio Maps
332
Index to Ohio Maps
333
General Index
357
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About the author (2003)

Kip Sperry is a professor of family history in the Department of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, where he teaches American and LDS genealogical research methods and sources. He is an Accredited Genealogist ; Certified Genealogist; Certified Genealogical Lecturer; Fellow, American Society of Genealogists; Fellow, National Genealogical Society; and Fellow, Utah Genealogical Association. Kip is author of Abbreviations and Acronyms: A Guide for Family Historians; Genealogical Research in Ohio; Kirtland, Ohio: A Guide to Family History and Historical Sources; Reading Early American Handwriting; other books, chapters, journal articles, and Internet tutorials. He has lectured at national, regional, and state family history conferences and seminars, including BYU genealogy conferences. A graduate of BYU, he was born in Chardon, Ohio.

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