You get those shaky leaf hints and then do a few searches. But, with more than 15 billion records available online at Ancestry.com and billions more available at libraries and courthouses around the world, how do you know when you've done a "reasonably exhaustive search?" How do you know what records you should be looking for to document the lives of your ancestors? Join Crista Cowan for a look at WHY you want to create a source checklist. Then she'll share one of her own and how she uses…
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Did you know that there are dozens of free databases available on Ancestry.com? Those dozens of databases contain millions of records. Many of those records were indexed by the Ancestry World Archives Project community. Join Anna, AWAP Program Manager, to learn more about how to find these records and how you can get involved in making more records available to everyone for free. There are even a few extra benefits available to you for participating. #genealogy