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Tracing Family History Made Easy: Unveil Your Ancestors' Journey through Timelines


Fictitious Marianne Crosby ( - 1902)


We stress having a timeline. The purpose of a timeline is that it gives dates and places of events. This is what you have when you start filing the basics. Genealogy Just Ask will assist you. In the case of Marianne Crosby ( - 1902), you do not know her birthplace or birthdate.


Start with the marriage date and the county and state. You will find her birthdate on the Research Wiki.


Marriage

  • 1836-1911 Wisconsin, County Marriages, 1836-1911 at FamilySearch — index - How to Use this Collection

  • 1836-1930 Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930 at FamilySearch — index - How to Use this Collection

  • Pre-1907 Pre-1907 Wisconsin Vital Records Index at Wisconsin Historical Society - free index, images ($)

  • 1973-1997 Wisconsin, Marriage Index, 1973-1997 at FamilySearch — index - How to Use this Collection

  • 1973-1997 Wisconsin Marriages, 1973-1997 at Ancestry — index/images $

  • Pre-1907 Marriage Records, Lincoln County, Index WIGenWeb Project

If she died in Lincoln County, Wisconsin, look for her death date by going to Research Wiki:


Death

  • 1820-1907 Wisconsin, Death Index, 1820-1907 at FamilySearch — index - How to Use this Collection

  • 1835-1968 Wisconsin, Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968 at FamilySearch — index - How to Use this Collection

  • 1867-1907 Wisconsin, Death Records, 1867-1907 at FamilySearch — index - How to Use this Collection

  • Pre-1907 Pre-1907 Wisconsin Vital Records Index at Wisconsin Historical Society - free index, images ($)

  • 1959-1997 Wisconsin, Death Index, 1959-1997 at FamilySearch — index - How to Use this Collection

  • Pre-1907 Death Records, Lincoln County, Index WIGenWeb Project

Plus, we have found one that goes way past the minimum. It is at HistoryLines.com. You share your familysearch.org or ancestry.com account, and HistoryLines.com makes the timeline for you. You can also add events to your timeline. Even historical events are added. This excites us.


This is my third great grandfather, David Nelms (1806 - ) from Anson County, North Carolina. He was on the Underground Railroad, and he went to Branch County, Michigan.

I hope you can tell that timelines help you so much.



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