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New Legacy QuickGuide Now Available - Anatomy of a Birth Record

Legacy QuickGuidesTM have quickly become one of the more popular resources for genealogists. Each guide contains four (sometimes five, sometimes more) pages of valuable information covering a variety of genealogy research topics, dozens of clickable links, and are written by genealogists and family historians who are experts in the subject areas.

Anatomy of a Birth Record Legacy QuickGuide

Anatomy of a Birth RecordBirth records represent part of a triad of records known as “vital records” which also includes marriage and death records. Vital records are among the fundamental building blocks of sound genealogical research. Birth records verify an ancestor’s identity from her beginning, usually identifying an infant with her parents. Since birth records tend to be recorded near the time of the birth, they are generally considered quite accurate.
The Anatomy of a Birth Record Legacy QuickGuide™ contains valuable information on how to interpret the data in a variety of birth records including birth certificates and birth registers. This handy 4-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.

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