Ancestor’s Religions in the U.S.

Carolyn L. Whitton, CG
Jul 20, 2022
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Welcome
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About BCG
4m 29s
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Speaker's Introduction
35s
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Introduction
10m 32s
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Religious timelines
12m 15s
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Colonial religions
6m 58s
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19th century
18m 50s
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The records
2m 52s
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Identifying the religion
7m 52s
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Announcements
1m 47s
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Questions / answers
12m 54s

About this webinar

Religious records are essential in genealogy research. Do you know all ancestor’s religions? Review the Protestant Reformation and religions in the U.S. Find your ancestor.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Carol Whitton, CG® specializes in German genealogical research. Currently she’s projects director, St. Louis Genealogical Society, and graduate of German Research SLIG, Gen-Fed, and VIGR.
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  1. FM
    Florence Moran
    4 months ago

    She knows her history!

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  2. RA
    Rita Abramoski
    4 months ago

    Very interesting. Both lecture and syllabus are well laid out. So much information I will have to watch again to be able to absorb it all.

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  3. LT
    Libby Tidwell
    4 months ago

    Definitely needed to hear this information. Searching religious and church records is like looking through a mountain of spaghetti for a tiny meatball. The Koss chart was immensely helpful, as was the explanation of each part and how denominations changed over time. This should be essential viewing for any genealogist.

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  4. WR
    William Robinson
    4 months ago

    Its alway a good webinar you people give,Thank You

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    Amy Andre
    4 months ago

    Thank you. I suspect this is a topic Carol Whitton could speak about for many hours. What a great overview – it provides new ideas about where to look for more information. Once civil records are available I have tended to overlook further church record research – clearly, I shouldn’t do that and need to go back and look for more gems!

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    Evelyn Sanford
    4 months ago

    Very informative. Especially learning about all the different religions and their beginnings in each country. Now I understand how the Lutheran is prominent in Germany and where I can locate my ancestors, at least. Thank you for sharing this wealth of information.

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  7. JH
    Joanne Howard
    4 months ago

    I didn’t know that there were so many types of religious sects. She explained it very well and her diagrams made it easy to understand.

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  8. RM
    Rebecca Martin
    4 months ago

    Speaker was excellent! Good info and resources.

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