Kentucky Genealogy Research Strategies

Take a strategic approach to tracing your Kentucky ancestors in this 60-minute webinar that will reveal major genealogical resources and research strategies for tracing your Bluegrass state family history.
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Explore Your Kentucky Ancestry

When Kentucky was granted statehood in 1792, it became the fifteenth state in the US and the first west of the Appalachian mountains. If your ancestors were among the many immigrants attracted to Kentucky's beautiful bluegrass or grew up exploring the plentiful wildlife and natural resources, this webinar will provide you with the resources needed to find their records.

In this hour-long presentation, Peggy Clemens Lauritzen will offer genealogy research strategies for finding your Kentucky ancestors, from the Appalachians in the East to the Land Between the Lakes. You'll learn how the geography and history of the state affects what records exits and where to find them, including specific genealogy search tricks to find unique records and resources.

Who Should Purchase This Webinar

You'll love Kentucky Genealogy Research Strategies if ...

  • You have ancestors who traveled through or settled in Kentucky
  • You want to know what types of records are available when it comes to Kentucky state genealogy
  • You're hitting roadblocks in your genealogy search

You'll get a full video recording to download along with a pdf of the slides to refer back to.

What You'll Learn

Kentucky Genealogy Research Strategies webinar features:

  • Historical background and defining events that generated records
  • Genealogy search techniques unique to Kentucky state
  • How to overcome brick walls and challenges

About the Presenter: Peggy Clemens Lauritzen

Peggy Lynn Clemens Lauritzen, AG, has been involved in genealogy all her life, thanks to parents that instilled a love of researching their family history in her and her siblings. Her family roots run deep in the south, where she is accredited, and involve the states of Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, and some areas of Pennsylvania. She and her husband serve as Family History Center directors in Mansfield, OH.

Additional Info
Additional Info
SKU R7220
Author/Speaker/Editor Peggy Clemens Lauritzen
File Type MP4, PDF
Product Type Video Download
Runtime 90 minutes
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate
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