Tag Archives: Law Schools for Genealogists

GRIP Welcomes June Students; July GRIP Openings

The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) conducts two institute weeks this year. The first one from June 25-30 is expecting 147 students from 30 states and 18 faculty in six courses. The second one from July 16-21 has 167 … Continue reading

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In Their Words: Understanding Laws

Why did your ancestor lie about her age on a marriage license? Why was the oldest child not mentioned in his father’s probate? Learn the answers to these and other questions in “Law School for Genealogists” coordinated by Judy G. Russell, … Continue reading

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