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Going to Town
5/1/2008
How one researcher used place-based research strategies to uncover details about his family.

In 1786, my ancestor Philip Crume and his wife Sarah moved from Shenandoah County, Va. Here's how I followed my own place-based research advice to uncover more details about the family.

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