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Handy Guide: Danish Genealogy Research Beginner's Guide

Publisher: Unlock the Past

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Media: BOOKLET - 4 pages
Author: B. Neilsen (Legacy Tree Genealogists)
Year: 2018
ISBN: 9781925781083
Other: b&w photos, websites, further reading
Publisher: Unlock the Past

Do you want to research your Danish ancestor, but not sure where to begin? Whether a novice or experienced research, this handy guide details what information you will need to collect, and how to access relevant documents to make progress on your Danish family history research.

This handy guide will introduce you to church records, census records, military levying rolls, probate records, and land records.

There are a number of useful websites and books for further reading, which will help you take your research further.




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  1. Danish Family History:

    Posted by Mary Olga Regts on 14th Sep 2018

    The Guide shall probably keep me going for much longer than the 2 weeks expected. Research in Australia for my ancestor Hans Christian Frandsen whose documentation says he arrived in Australia in 1870 came to a standstill for some years after I had his identity confirmed by Military records in Denmark and was advised to contact a researcher. Tentative steps failed and I was at a loss on where to go next until now.

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