Climb Over Your Brick Walls—Finding Orphans and Their Records, Part 1 of 3

In Climb Over Your Brick Walls—Finding Orphans and Their Records (Part 1), learn how to discover orphans and orphanages or other children's homes. Learn how to find records for orphans and the homes where they were placed. Finding the records of orphans requires a bit of detective work, but digging deep into the records can change the life story of your orphan from a mere sentence to a story.

This presentation was part of RootsTech Connect 2021. Find hundreds of free family history classes, keynotes, and more. http://familysearch.me/RootsTech

RootsTech is hosted by FamilySearch, a global nonprofit organization dedicated to creating inspiring family discovery experiences. RootsTech is the premier global event and learning resource for making family connections and receiving guidance to help people learn more about their families.

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