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Basic Genealogy: Land Records II - Finding Ancestors in Deeds
An estimated 80 percent of men owned land during the nineteenth century, and deeds can be useful in documenting lives and relationships. But records involving land transfers after the original title holder often require a deeper level of understanding to be used effectively. Join Bill Eddleman, associate director of the Cape Girardeau Research Center, for part two of his land records presentation. This session provides an overview on locating available information in land records and other source. Online and free, registration required.

May 20, 2021 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Bill Eddleman
Associate Director, Cape Girardeau @The State Historical Society of Missouri
An eighth-generation Missourian, Bill Eddleman was a professor of biology at Southeast Missouri State University for 22 years and also served as provost before his retirement in 2016. Long interested in local and regional history, he was the president of the Cape County Genealogical Society for 14 years and edited the society's quarterly publication for 20 years. He started at SHSMO in July 2017.