Debbie Mieszala, CG(R)
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Category Archives: Law
The Wisconsin Historical Society library houses a collection of Wisconsin session law books. Those aging little volumes hold answers to questions, but a trip to Madison is not necessary to peruse them.
The Advancing Genealogist needed to work on a shorter-lived territory this week! Indian Territory fit the bill.
If you have ancestral roots in Kansas, The Advancing Genealogist has compiled a new resource for you!
If you have New York ancestors, The Advancing Genealogist has a new resource for you!
If you have an interest in original birth certificates from Missouri, take note.
There is good news for Ohio adoptees whose adoptions took place between 1 January 1964 and 18 September 1996. Beginning Friday, 20 March 2015, they or their lineal descendants may request their adoption files, which include original birth certificates (OBCs) … Continue reading
What was the most popular cause given for a divorce filed by a husband from 1867 to 1906? Was the same cause predominant in divorces when the wife was the plaintiff?