Ancestors DID change their names sometimes. Whatever the reason, changing one's name from the early back was really quite simple. One just started using their new name of choice. But what can you as a genealogy researcher do?
One of the biggest genealogical frustrations I hear from you in emails, is being unable to find an ancestors place of burial. Either online or in an actual place. Lets look at 8 sources of information to determine where your ancestor may have been buried.
The Forgotten Federal Census of 1885 Can Be Found Online for Free
Free Genealogy Resources: Find the 1885 U.S. Census for free online.
FamilySearch in 2018 Great Additions to this wonderful genealogy website
Wow - The genealogy and family history community has lots of look forward to in 2018. FamilySearch release their 2018 offerings. Incredible!
Free genealogy charts, , list of blank census forms. If you have a hard time reading the old census script, esp.
You can now search millions of digitized Nordic records from Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland from as early as the so you can discover your Nordic roots and learn more about how your ancestors lived./ I am hoping they will go much further back soon.