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Genealogy Case Studies

In order to demonstrate the genealogical process, I will periodically include genealogy case studies on this page.

The Jefferson Clark family, of Leon County, Texas

This case study is ongoing, and has been published in multiple parts in my "National African American Genealogy" column on Examiner.com.

Please read the progress of the case study through the following links:

  1. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part one)
  2. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part two)
  3. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part three)
  4. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part four)
  5. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part five)
  6. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part six)
  7. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part seven)
  8. The Jefferson Clark family of Leon County, Texas: an online case study (part eight)
  9. Summary of the Jefferson Clark online case study
  10. Researching the family history of potential slave owners, part one
  11. Researching the family history of potential slave owners, part two
  12. Researching the family history of potential slave owners part three
  13. Researching the family history of potential slave owners part four
  14. Researching the family history of potential slave owners part five
  15. Researching the family history of potential slave owners part six
  16. Researching the family history of potential slave owners part seven
  17. Summary of the Jefferson Clark online case study, part two
  18. Applying multiple research techniques to genealogy problems
  19. Positive and negative aspects of online genealogy research

Stay tuned to this page for additional case studies to be added periodically.