Volume 2-Number 3--A 1921 Divorce--looking at a 1921 era divorce from Chicago
Volume 2-Number 4--Leaving John's Hands: Documenting Post-Death Land Transfers
Volume 2-Number 5--The Acquisition of John Michael Trautvetter's 228 Acres
Volume 2-Number 6--The Original Versus the Record Copy
Volume 2-Number 7--Multiple Marriage Mayhem:
Starting the Search for Emma (Sargent) Pollard Ross Oades Pollard Snavly Olenbaugh
Volume 2-Number 8--A Handful of Problem-Solving Strategies
Volume 2-Number 9--Two-Thirds of an Acre from Uncle John: A Partition Suit Proves a Sibling Relationship
Volume 2-Number 10--A Minimal Estate Gives Some Direction: The 1886-1888 Probate of Benjamin Butler
Volume 2-Number 11--Signing What We Could Not Read--immigrants unable to read English sign a 1870 era document that is incorrect and a lawsuit results.
Volume 2-Number 12--Dad Raised my Daughter--A newspaper account of a court case in the 1880s discusses an early 1870 out-of-wedlock birth.
Volume 2-Number 13--Using the 1860 Census to Formulate a Passenger List Search Strategy
Volume 2-Number 14--Search Strategy for Benjmamin Butler in pre-1870 Census Records--this looks at ways to find the missing 1850 and 1860 census enumerations for man who "appears" in Iowa in 1870.
Volume 2-Number 15--Pre-1850 Census--analyzing 1810-1840 census entries for Thomas Chaney in Bedford County, Pennsylvania.
Volume 2-Number 16--Names in the Probate--analyzing various names in a probate settlement from 1903. Nicknames and diminutives were part of the problem.
Volume 2-Number 17--Bridging a Twenty-Year Census Gap-1870 to 1860. Showing that an 1870 Iowa, 1880 Missouri, and an 1850 Michigan enumeration are for the same man.
Volume 2-Number 18--Four Passports and a Foreign Death: George Washington Drollette. Analyzes four early 20th century passports and a US State Department death report from 1933.
Volume 2-Number 19--Diplomatic Employment Applications. Analyzes and summaries letters of support for employment with the US State Department between 1901-1906.
Volume 2-Number 20--Just One Wife Who Shaves Her Age. Records hinted that a man might have had more than one wife. Despite age discrepancies and first name variations, we've likely proven that there was just one wife.
Volume 2-Number 21--1930 Census: Primary, Secondary, Original, Derivative, Direct and Indirect. You'll never look at a census entry the same way again-also shows how in this case, New York became Kentucky
Volume 2-Number 22--Finding the Biegers in 1850. Organizing our search and our negative search results in an attempt to find a German immigrant living in Cincinnati in 1850.
Volume 2-Number 23--Separating Two George Butlers--working on two men born in Michigan in the same year with a father of the same name.
Volume 2-Number 24-A Minor Naturalization
Volume 2-Number 25-Genealogical Potpourri
Volume 2-Number 26-Looking for Benjamin-Formulating a Census Search
Volume 2-Number 27-An 1849 Cash Land Sale
Volume 2-Number 28-From 1820-1870 Analyzing Enoch Tinsley's Census Entries
Volume 2-Number 29-Middle Name Issues: Finding Henry J. Fecht in 1870 and Passenger Lists
Volume 2-Number 30-The Master Reports--An Assignment of Homestead and Dower in the 1890s
Volume 2-Number 31-The Parents Sell 10 Acres-an 1880 era land transaction
Volume 2-Number 32-Clues from a Pig Murder--an 1820 era Kentucky Court Case
Volume 2-Number 33-Civil War Pension Application-Why My Name's Different
Volume 2-Number 34-Staying Focused on Divorces and a German Immigrant
Volume 2-Number 35-Strategies for a 1820 New York Birth
Volume 2-Number 36-First Appearing in an 1847 Marriage
Volume 2-Number 37-The Chattel Property Will from Maryland
Volume 2-Number 38-Emmar Osenbaugh Civil War Pension-Proving 6 Husbands(1st Part)
Volume 2-Number 39-1870-1880 Era Guardianship Proves All the Children
Volume 2-Number 40-Moving Mother-Transferring a Life Estate in 1769
Volume 2-Number 41-War of 1812 Bounty Land Application and Surrendered Warrant
Volume 2-Number 42--An 1875 Poor Farm Admission for the Smith Family
Volume 2-Number 43-An 1811 Tennessee Will
Volume 2-Number 44-More Problem-Solving
Volume 2-Number 45-Emmar Osenbaugh's Civil War Pension Part II
Volume 2-Number 46-Comments on 1856 Missouri Revised Statutes
Volume 2-Number 47-A Will Denied--and Why
Volume 2-Number 48-Blank Children and Three Completers on a Birth Record
Volume 2-Number 49-Petitioning to Administrate an Intestate Probate in 1869
Volume 2-Number 50-Fighting the Will of Trientje Sartorius
Volume 2-Number 51-With Little to Probate: The Estate of Wesley Jones
Volume 2-Number 52-Iam What I Am: An 1860 Census Enumeration