Remember that in any court case, the court is only interested in details that are necessary to render a fair and just verdict in the case being heard. There might be details that a genealogist would like to know, but the court is not concerned with leaving behind detailed genealogical information. That said, court cases where genealogical information is important, those involving inheritances and property rights of heirs, are of paramount use to the family history researcher. ———————————— Check out GenealogyBank’s Offer for Tip of the Day Fans!
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