The new Third Edition of Genealogical Research in Ohio, by noted genealogical scholar and former Brigham Young University family history professor Kip Sperry is the most current and comprehensive source of Buckeye ancestors. This completely revised version of Sperry’s classic 2003 Second Edition examines the holdings of major Ohio archives and libraries and focuses on many resources available to researchers, covering everything from census records to church records, from periodicals to probates, from tax records to town records, from Internet resources to military records, from ethnic records to newspapers, from land and court records to vital records, and much more. The book’s vast bibliography of Ohio books, moreover, is a comprehensive survey of Ohio printed genealogical sources, as well as an extensive list of public and other libraries in the state. This Third Edition of Genealogical Research in Ohio is also a testament to Ohio genealogical scholarship.
Want to see more? Have a look at the Table of Contents for this remarkable new reference work: