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I've always been told that my ancestor worked at the "Richmond Ironworks" during the Civil War. But his son was born in Tallassee, Ala., in early 1865. Can you help solve this mystery?
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Resources to research your fraternal ancestors.
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Accessing Eugenics Record Office files
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It’s not always clear whether a record names your relative. Sanitarium records may hold the answers this genealogist needs.
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If you lack pictorial proof of your fraternal order ancestor, try these tips to fill in the photographic blanks.
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