Wednesday, December 10, 2014 Susan Davis Faulkner will be talking about using indirect evidence in her presentation titled “Indirectly Speaking” this Wednesday night at Clover Island Inn.
Indirect evidence is a method of research that is usually explained by using case studies to break down brick walls created by the lack of easy to locate records. Land records, probate records, maps, and tax rolls typically enhance these case studies and make the typical genealogist’s head swirl. Susan will teach how to use indirect evidence by using contemporary records all found online to show just how easy it is to master this mode of thinking.
Susan has been out of the state for several months and looks forward to seeing you for dinner at 5:30 at the Clover Island Inn. If you don’t come for dinner, come for the presentation which is scheduled to start at 7:00 pm.
An additional item of interest at the meeting will be a raffle of genealogical-related items.