Learn how to use land records for clues to break your genealogy brick walls. After you find land records, learn how to extract the details that can point you in the direction of your unknown ancestor. The smallest genealogy clue can help you with your genealogy research.

0:00 Land Records in Genealogy Brick Wall Research
0:24 Brickwall Busting Series Recap
0:45 Why research in US land records?
1:22 What clues am I looking for in the land records?
4:54 Researching Townleys in Hamilton County, Ohio land records
10:07 Researching Townleys in Essex County, New Jersey land records


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