The language of the law. Part Latin, part Anglo-Saxon, all confusing.
Some of the most important types of records we ever come across as genealogists are estate records. All the kinds of documents ...
A little piece of it, anyway
So... for those who like The Legal Genealogist have ancestors who passed through Oklahoma, it turns out there's a way for us to own a little piece of Oklahoma.
A pie ...
Why David and not Dorothy?
AncestryDNA has taken the position from the very beginning that individual users of its DNA product don't need certain information.
We don't, it contends, need to know ...
RIP little cousin
He was just a little boy, just two days past his sixth birthday.
And he died a horrible death.
What today would be a preventable death.
Ralph Livingston of Hollister, O ...
Those 1890 statutes
The Legal Genealogist is heading off to Oklahoma tomorrow, to speak at the Oklahoma Genealogical Society conference on Saturday and -- with any luck at all -- to track down some ...