1. Getting Started – There are three questions you need to know to answer to begin your research.

1. What is the name of the family you are interested in?
2. Where did they live? (Even if they don’t know specifics about the
ancestor they should know where his children or grandchildren lived).
3. When did they live (generally)?

With this information you can check for records that are available to you.

Heirlines has access to records throughout the United States and around the World. We can help you identify your family in Census records, Vital Records (births, marriages, and deaths), Wills and Probate records, deeds, court minutes, military files, immigration lists and naturalization papers, Church records, published histories and much much more. Heirlines uses researchers who are experts in all aspects of genealogy research, and can take care of your genealogy needs. Heirlines can help you find the information you are seeking.

Submitted by Mary E. Petty, B.A.
Vice President, Heirlines.com
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