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More Brick Wall Ancestor Series articles added

We have added 3 more brick wall ancestor series articles:

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #27: Locating the family of a man who joined The Church of Jesus Christ (Mormons) in Denmark in the 1800s Soren’s wife and children in Denmark were known, but the records about them didn’t list anything that would lead to his parents, and he had a common name. Could his parents be located?
Brick Wall Ancestor Series #28: Locating the family of an African American man of unknown origins who lived in St Louis A man named O.C. Richardson lived in St Louis in the 1920s and 1930s, and no documents had been located about him. Could his family be located by using DNA testing and documents?
Brick Wall Ancestor Series #29: Identifying the family of a man who lived in Indiana who doesn’t appear listed by name in any U.S. census records Hugh married his wife, had one son, and died a short time later. Could his family be identified?

More Brick Wall Ancestor Series articles added

We have added 4 more brick wall ancestor series articles:

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #23: Finding the family of an adopted man’s biological mother The birth and death information for an adopted man’s biological mother had been located. Could her family be found?
Brick Wall Ancestor Series #24: Finding the descendants of one of the daughters in a family A marriage record Nancy had been located, but nothing else had been located. Did she have descendants and could they be found?
Brick Wall Ancestor Series #25: Finding the hometown of a Japanese immigrant to New York Masazo was known to have come from Japan but there hadn’t been a document located that listed his home town. Could a document be located?
Brick Wall Ancestor Series #26: Locating the family of a New Jersey man with many men in the area of the same name John was born in New Jersey before birth records were kept, and he wasn’t listed in the 1850 census with his parents. Could his family be located?

More Brick Wall Ancestor Series articles added

We have added 4 more brick wall ancestor series articles:

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #19: Finding a man and his parents when only his initials and last name were known G W Gray appeared in the census with his wife and children, but his full name hadn’t been idenitified yet. Could his family be found?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #20: Finding a Tennessee woman’s parents without a birth record Prudence was born before birth records were kept in Tennessee and wasn’t listed on any census records with her parents. Could her family be identified?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #21: Finding a New Hampshire man’s parents without a birth record Ezra did not have a birth record, and only his father’s name was known. Could his family be identified?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #22: Finding an Indiana man’s family when he hadn’t been found with them in the census Jesse did not have a birth record, and he hadn’t been found with his family in the census records. Could his family be identified?

More Brick Wall Ancestor Series articles added

We have added 9 more brick wall ancestor series articles:

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #10: Finding the family of an Irish family with common names living in New York City Edmond and Mary were immigrants to the United States from Ireland, their ages listed differently in the records, and no document had been located that named their parents or their specific place of origin in Ireland. Could their families be found?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #11: Locating a San Francisco man’s parents when a fire destroyed many of the genealogical records Matthew lived in San Francisco for many years and the vital records burned in a fire in 1906. Could his parents be identified?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #12: Finding the parents of a New Jersey man with no vital or census records that listed his parents William didn’t have a birth or death record, and his marriage record didn’t list his parents. He wasn’t with his parents in the census records. Could his parents be identified?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #13: Finding the family of a Pennsylvania woman with no birth record Mary Ann was born in Pennsylvania and her father’s name was known but it was uncertain which family she belonged to. Could her family be located?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #14: Locating a vital records certificate using the index information There was an index for a birth certificate found online. Could the original document be located?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #15: Finding a family’s address in St Louis A Laux family descendant wanted to know where the Laux family lived in St Louis in order go and visit the old family home. Could their address be found?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #16: Finding a woman’s family who had moved from Ohio to Australia Annie’s marriage record and death record listed her parents as unknown. Could her family be located?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #17: Identifying a Pennsylvania woman’s family without a document that names her parents No document had been located that named Sarah’s parents. Could her family be identified?

Brick Wall Ancestor Series #18: Finding the family of a man from South Carolina living in Georgia No documents listed the names of the parents of Jones F Miller. Could his family be identified?

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