Indirect Evidence, A Case Study: The Parents of Elizabeth Wingate in Maryland (1795–1860)

Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG, CGL
Sep 30, 2022
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Evidence
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Case Study
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Written Conclusions
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

We all have lost Elizabeths in our tree. This lecture will discuss how the understanding and application of indirect evidence is such a valuable instrument in your methodology tool-kit. This case study will examine methods and sources that contributed to finding the parents of Elizabeth Wingate (1795-1860) of Baltimore, Maryland.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Rebecca Whitman Koford holds credentials as a Certified Genealogist® and as a Certified Genealogical LecturerSM
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  1. CZ
    catherine zahn
    2 months ago

    This was great. She explained the GPS clearly and the use of indirect evidence Ina way that was understandable. A great case study!!

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  2. LV
    Lisa Van Gemert
    1 year ago

    This was full of incredible information! I’m a Registrar for my DAR chapter, and I shared it with members of my chapter. It’s not only an excellent explanation of indirect evidence, but it’s also full of mini-lessons on timelines, charts, and maps, as well as purposeful writing. Thank you so much.

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  3. FJ
    Faith Jaycox
    1 year ago

    Thank you for this very helpful webinar.

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  4. TC
    Tina Cunningham
    1 year ago

    I liked having a real life example to go along with her talk on indirect evidence. It made it more interesting & reinforced the points she made. And, I loved the mention of confusing mistress and witness! That’s classic

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  5. JB
    Janice Brown
    1 year ago

    Really interesting. It was lovely to follow each detail in Rebecca’s research that helped her to arrive at her conclusion.

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  6. PD
    Patricia Diane Godinez
    1 year ago

    All of her information was very useful to me. I especially liked her chart on Indirect Evidence. A lot of what I work with for people in DNA matches seems to have that kind of information. Thank you for a great presentation.

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  7. RD
    Rosalyn Dowling
    1 year ago

    Great presentation! A lot of good information! Love the case studies! Thank you, Rebecca, and Geoff!

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  8. NF
    Norma Favaro
    1 year ago

    Excellent information and logic to take the “fear” of making mistakes out of the research equation. How to document,compile, and cite sources was very interesting.

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