Locating Lost Family Members and Friends

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Betterway Books, 1999 - Reference - 174 pages
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Covering everything from vital records and social security information to phone directories and census documents, this unique research guide shows readers how and where to find the information that will lead them to the missing people of their past and present. Going beyond the basics, Kathleen Hinckley takes readers through every step, addressing how to deal with modern-day research obstacles, such as privacy acts, record destruction and increasingly complicated computer technologies. Moreover, Hinckley shows readers how to use resources like the Internet to their full advantage.

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Locating Lost Family Members & Friends : Modern Genealogical Research Techniques for Locating the People of Your Past and Present

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Trying to find a living or recently deceased person is often more difficult than locating one's Civil War ancestor. A professional genealogist and private investigator, Hinckley uses case studies and ... Read full review


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