Digging up your roots is the job of the family genealogists. And digging means researching tons of records. There never seems to be enough information. Census records only go back to 1790 and then contain limited data. Anyone who has researched before 1850 realizes that a real digging is indicated. That brings us to the next stop: the county court house where relatives and ancestors resided. Every smidget of information must be researched, from marriages, to deeds, to estates and old wills. You need to find the location of the home place (in the deeds) and search for graves. Also, to learn where that person came from originally. Also found in county records. This is field work, tedious and time-consuming. That brings us to what information is available on the internet. Except for the websites listed below who is digitizing old wills and estates, do not expect to find county records. But not all genealogy websites survive. These have been around since 2003, growing, building, working to make research easier. Why not give it a try?
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