Most census records are packed to the brim with facts about the family members and could easily be the most important records for the identification of a person.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
Compared to other records, census records have greater attraction for people researching family histories because of their thoroughness. Just look at the info available in a marriage or birth record and appreciate how important these records are to a family.
Most census records are packed to the brim with facts about the family members and could easily be the most important records for the identification of a person. Apart from telling us the name of the a relative, census records will contain other crucial identifying info such as the marital status of a relation, their spouses, children and parents (in addition to whether these relatives are alive).
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