Your current filters are…
by Deborah Campisano
This lecture illustrates the use of indirect evidence and whole‐family research as strategies for determining parentage. No single record names
the parents of Sarah Easton Thompson, or her specific place of birth other than “Kentucky.” This case study details the reconstruction of Sarah’s family unit using the records created by probable kin and collaterals, revealing nine brothers and sisters which led to the discovery of her parents’ names and her place of birth.
12th–13th November 2010