Author: Edward N. Wevodau
(Books AA, BB, CC, DD, 1784-1791). While church and probate records steal the headlines in genealogical circles, the more earthly deed records have equal significance. An experienced Pennsylvania genealogist rejoices with the discovery that his ancestors owned property. Through careful study of the land, much can be gleaned about its residents. Information of value that may be found in deeds: occupation and place of residence, name of spouse at a given point in time, marriages, parent-child relationships, references to other court records often with cited locations, list of heirs, family migrations, arrival/departure in and from a particular area. Volume 4 won't disappoint you -- more of a great thing! Index.
2004, 8.5" X 11", Softbound, 160 pages
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