I can help people get started in genealogical research, where to find information, forms to use, and various resources. I have also worked with Swedish research. I live in central Illinois.
I am an independent researcher. I helped with research through our local genealogical society.
B.A. Behavioral Science; MTS,Theological Studies; courses in genealogy (paleography, Illinois, Iowa research, Swedish research) through Brigham Young Univrsity.
"Finding Records of Closed and Defunct Churches" (article)
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It's never hopeless. Genealogy is like a detective story and there are many clues. Some work, others don't. I guess the search keeps things interesting, even if it seems hopeless. It can be difficult
Your best bet is the Family History Department of the Mormon Church. It's online at FamilySearch.org, or you can click on "latter day saints genealogical research." They have extensive Swedish records
You need to see how records are held in your country. In the US, immigration/naturalization records are held in the Circuit Clerk's office in the County Courthouse. If relatives are still living, you
If your grandfather got married in 1924, there would be a marriage record in the county seat where they marriage occurred. If there's not a marriage record, they were married elsewhere. Regarding details
Family information, especially relationships, is found through things as birth, marriage, or death records, even obituaries. You need to find what records are kept and where they are kept in your country
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