Finding Your Colonial Rhode Island Ancestors

Diane Boumenot
Nov 10, 2016
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Introduction
3m 05s
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Early Colonial Period 1636 - 1750
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Vital Records
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Records Compiled by Beaman
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Published Sources
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Journal Articles about Families
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Books about Families
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Earliest Records
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Early Town Records
8m 39s
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Later Colonial Period
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State Census
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Church Records
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Cemeteries
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Military
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Conclusion
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About this webinar

You've found that an ancestor may have early Rhode Island roots. But how do you find their records, family relationships and their place in the unique and fascinating history of colonial Rhode Island? From Quakers to pirates, learn new strategies and sources for finding your own Rhode Island story.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Diane MacLean Boumenot specializes in southern New England genealogy research, including work on her own ancestors, who were among the original settlers of Ma
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