From Baltimore to Burlington: Hazen P. Day's Neighbors Bring Him Home

Catherine B. Wiest Desmarais, CG
Mar 20, 2018
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Welcome
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Learn about BCG
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
5m 54s
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Eternal neighbors
2m 37s
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Baltimore neighbors
5m 59s
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Burlington neighbors
9m 28s
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Vocational neighbors
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Political neighbors
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Abigail Day
4m 42s
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Religous neighbors
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Eternal neighbors
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Summary
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Announcements
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Questions/answers
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About this webinar

A Maryland resident claimed an 1816 Vermont birth to Vermont-born parents, but no known record provides his specific birthplace or his parents' or siblings' names. Studying his ties to his neighbors and those associates who shared close geographic, vocational, political and religious proximity brings a Maryland man home to his Vermont family. Learn how the presenter analyzed, correlated, and  assembled common and lesser-known records to build a persuasive case.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Board-certified since 2011, Catherine is a full-time professional genealogist specializing in researching Vermont and Irish ancestors, as well as forensic cases for attorneys and U.S. Army military repatriation cases. From 2014 – 2017 she se
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  1. Legacy Family Tree
    4 years ago

    Very interesting. I enjoyed hearing/seeing the extensive research that went into this case study. I do have to admit, seeing all of the work made me realize I likely will never pursue certification. Wonderful work.

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    Wonderful presentation.

    Wonderful webinar on using indirect evidence to prove your summation.

    Wow!

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