Misled by Records: Identifying Adam Cosner’s Parentage

Pam Stone Eagleson, CG
Oct 19, 2022
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About BCG
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Census Records
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Deed Books
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Cosner Will
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Conflicting Evidence
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Evidence
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

Pennsylvania and Ohio records, correlated with those of a German immigrant who died in Virginia revealed Adam Cosner’s parents.

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About the speaker

Pam Stone Eagleson, CG, is a researcher, writer, and educator. She is a graduate of Northwestern University with a B.A. degree in history and sociology, University of Southern Maine with a M. Ed., and Tufts University with a C.A.S. in Museum Studi
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  1. TS
    Teresa Shane
    1 month ago

    Good information about teasing apart information to sort facts

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    Kim Curling
    1 month ago

    The information was so well organized and clearly defined. I liked seeing the summaries in print of what her research revealed. I want to do that also for some of my complex research so that I can keep it all straight in my mind and in a way to share that other relatives can understand the research. It was good she researched the DAR information; a good reminder not to take published information for granted even when it is a credible source.

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    john danielson
    1 month ago

    I missed the first 20min, underneath the house starting the furnace, but was very interesting even truncated! Wil def rewatch from the beginning.

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    Traci S. Kape Thysell-McPherson
    1 month ago

    I came in late, but it was very interesting. It is amazing to me how much time it can take to find the answer(s) and how many advancements can be made in technology and the way we do things differently. Thank you for this look at your search and techniques over time.

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    Patricia Diane Godinez
    1 month ago

    Yes, sometimes we get things wrong or they come to us wrong, and then we have to research to correct them. This was an excellent presentation and helpful to me even though I have my ancestors in other parts of the world.

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    Clara Lawver
    1 month ago

    Appreciate explanations of how to verify similar and nearly identical but conflicting records. Thank you.

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  7. RP
    Robert Pulse
    1 month ago

    Interesting process and Documents found

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    Karen Mcatlin
    1 month ago

    Great case study! I remember reading it in the NGSQ. Thank you!

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