Why We Should Look at In-Laws When Doing Genealogical Research

J. Mark Lowe, FUGA
Jul 26, 2023
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About this webinar

Often, when the records of family members can’t be easily found, a review of fictive kin and other connections might bring those missing individuals into view. Let’s look at some cases when broadening our focus might bring the target directly into our view.

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About the speaker

J. Mark Lowe, FUGA is a full-time professional genealogist, author, and lecturer. While sharing personal experiences that help beginning and experienced researchers gain new skills and insights for research, he specializes in original records and
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  1. SC
    Sherry Cook
    11 months ago

    Learned a lot in today’s webinar, including several new resources for me to explore!

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  2. JH
    Joyce Holder
    11 months ago

    Mark Lowe’s webinars always get a 5 from me. He talks about the areas where most of my families came from on their way to Arkansas and today was no different. I saw the name J. W. Dowland, J.P., Gibson Co. Tennessee on one of the documents he showed today, which is one of the families that I am still working on. From “The Dismal Swamp Lady”.

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  3. MM
    Minna Marinko
    11 months ago

    If Mark says to research the in-laws, to me that means I must research the in-laws 🙂

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  4. VW
    Virginia Watson
    11 months ago

    As always, Mark is an excellent speaker and offers to many different avenues for research that so many of us don’t think of traveling down.

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  5. CM
    Carol Mitchell
    11 months ago

    Mark gives me new momentum with each lecture. I need to go back and listen to his early lectures before I became a Legacy member.

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  6. SL
    Sandra L Warn
    11 months ago

    It made very clear to me that, yes, I must branch out my searches (even though I’ve tried to avoid it)! ;o)

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  7. SL
    Sharon Lambdin
    11 months ago

    Very interesting information. Mark always does a great job.

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  8. CL
    Clara Lawver
    11 months ago

    Thank you Mark! Now – I need to go back and look at Biographies, Religious Periodicals, and Confederate Veteran Widow Applications. I had not even thought of that one!

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