Join us on August 12, for Land Records in Illinois, presented by Michael John Neill. While the focus is on Illinois, much of the information and many of the techniques apply to other states as well.
Date: Tuesday, August 12, 2014, 8:00 pm Central
Description: This presentation will discuss searching and using local land records in the state of Illinois. Typical methods of organization and recording will be covered along with search methods, problem-solving, and records analysis. This presentation will not discuss federal land records and attendees should have a basic knowledge of the township and range system of property surveying within the state.
Presenter: Michael John Neill
Michael John Neill has been actively involved in genealogical research for over thirty years. An experienced courthouse, archives, and library researcher, he as extensively researched numerous families in the Midwestern and Southern areas of the United States. Michael writes the popular "Genealogy Tip of the Day" and the how-to newsletter "Casefile Clues." He lectures on a wide variety of genealogy topics, has lectured at Samford's Institute for Genealogical and Historical Research and has led week-long research trips to the Family History Library in Salt Lake.
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