Saturday, September 20, 2014

Your Virginia Ancestors Left you Detailed Instructions !

Researchers of Virginia ancestors should be reading the old last wills and testaments in the county where relatives resided. This is where the meat is, waiting to be consumed.  From the very beginning of the formation of the colony, Virginians were ambitiously industrious persons who risk everything to make their dreams come true.  Every detail of their lives were written into the old wills and inventories. Where else do you learn the nature of their possessions as well the names of friends and relatives?  There is so much to learn by simply their instructions left in their old wills! Learn more about history, the struggles of your ancestors, and yourself!  Become a member of Virginia Pioneers

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