Each day we at FamilySearch receive dozens of blog comments asking for help finding an ancestor or a specific kind of record. Although we do…
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You need to have a step-by-step process on line for people who are not computer savy to direct them to places to find people whom they have not been able to locate - for instance, I have tried unsuccessfully to find the records of my great grandfather's death as well as his burial place. His daughter, my grandmother, was adopted when she was five years old, and I don't have any info as to where I can find info on her parents. Her father died in 1907 and the health department in Madison County, Alabama didn't start keeping records until 1908. I have found info on him applying for disability from the Civil War and his widow being granted his disability, but none on where he is buried. Please give me info on how to find this info. Also, how will I know when you replay to this comment????
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