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child born to a woman who is not married to the father.
person moving into a country from another country.
immigration is when an individual goes into a new country to live.
person who is bound into the service of another person for a specified period, usually seven years in the 18th and 19th centuries to pay for passage to another country.
in genealogical terms, an index is an alphabetical list of names that
were taken from a particular set of records. For example, a census record
index lists the names of individuals that are found in a particular
set of census records. Indexes mostly come in book form, but you can
also find them on CD-ROM, microfilm, and microfiche.
person under legal age.
of this month.
International Genealogical Index (IGI)
the International Genealogical Index (IGI) is one of the resources of the Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Containing approximately 250 million names, it is an index of people's names that were either submitted to the church, or were extracted from records that the church has microfilmed over the years. You can use the IGI to locate information about your ancestors.
used to denote a person who died without leaving a will.
an inventory is a legal list of all the property in a deceased person's estate. The executor of the will is required to make an inventory.