Presentation Title: Using Swedish Tax Records to Answer Tough Genealogical Questions Tax records are a little used, but excellent resource, for solving the “unsolvable” 18th century problem of record loss/gaps and end of the line extensions. Tax records fill in when clerical surveys are not extant.
Regular Monthly Meetings - Archive
The Swedish Genealogical Society of Colorado meets the first Saturday of each month, September through May. Read about past meetings and, if you are a member, download the presentation and handouts.
All-Day Seminar 9 am to 2:30 pm Date: November 7, 2020 Theme: Swedish Research Tips and How to Use FamilySearch Titles: Finding the Unknown Father Problem-Solving Workshop FamilySearch Tutorial and Resources Presenter: Geoffrey Fröberg Morris, Swedish Research Specialist at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah This all-day virtual seminar (9 am to
Ron Floberg had been trying to find the soldier records for one of his ancestors in the hope that it would provide missing information or clarify conflicting information. With Bev Harbourt’s help, they embarked on a journey to find that soldier. The presentation shows how they were able to find the ancestor and the answers
Kjell Andersson, SGSC’s Research/Mentoring Chair gives a presentation on how to use some of the best tools for researching our ancestors in Sweden and the steps they took to cross the pond to America. Emibas: find where they lived and what parish they left from Emiham – ship manifest information EmiWeb – emigration and immigration